35 Burst results for "Darlene"
Ohio State Buckeyes QB Quinn Ewers Has NIL Deal for $1.4 Million
"Quinn years yesterday signed with a marketing company. Think it is a three year deal. I think but it's one point. Four million so is african about a half a million a year and he doesn't have to fly around and do a bunch of commercials. he's also got he got sign. Autographs started you said again. Cj stroud he is a freshman. Okay so richard. Just as freshman has to be but he was on campus. Last year he was he was there last year. And look at it but this list. Just reheat away. They might not be listed the regardless. He's got two years to start if he holds a job. Which may mean when yours doesn't see the field for two years yet it's almost it's one point four million. He's gonna be a hell of a player they've got four guys were four or five star players in their meeting room. Yeah redshirt freshman. Cj is gonna start and you've already is the guy who's eighteen year old freshmen in in yours. Who should be a senior in high. School is making more than stroud is by a long
Amazon Prime Day 2021 Deals Include Halo Band, Echo Buds
"There's a good number of places on line are following prime day and giving tips the one i like. The best is the verge. And i've linked to it. They update what's happening and as of today they have best early. Prime deals that was actually published. June sixteenth by brandon. Witter at the verge. And i'm going to tell you about some of the items that they highlighted that i think are of particular interest and they are available now and will last through prime day and there'll be some other surprises. They come once prime. Day actually starts the amazon echo. Buds i've talked about this before. This is the second generation of the buds. And it's much improved. They're still for my taste. But when i use them i'm i'm very happily surprised. At how great they sound and how they connect with my devices. they're a lot cheaper than airpods. And now they're going to be even more affordable they're going to be forty dollars off that's thirty four percent discount and they will be costing eighty dollars now. That's with the wired charging case of a case the plug in the usb charger. If you want the wireless charging case that price is going to be one hundred dollars normally a hundred and forty so good deal on those echo buds. Which i think are pretty great. You've heard me talk a lot about the halo band that i've been using Darlene has one and she has her sleep be monitored by halo And because alexa can recognize both of our names in the morning. We have a little routine where each of us ask alexa question. All it has to have his word sleep in it. I think you can save. How did i sleep last night. Or what's my sleep score and joe recognize darlene. And she'll say you had great sleep which she always does and then for me it will say lend your sleep was poor you scored of you know forty five and this and that And i think it's pretty accurate. I'm gonna find out how accurate this thing is. Because i'm going to have a sleep study. I think coming up in july through mass general. And i'll see how some of this data that i've been collecting the shows that i'm really lousy sleeper and i'd like to fix
Amazon Releases Fire HD 10 Tablets: What to Know Before Buying
"Fire tablets. I love new hardware. And i got a release earlier this week there. The next generation of fire hd ten tablets. Now this is the the really big tablet the fire. Hd aid is the one that i use more frequently. I elected read on it during the day. See my kindle books and color and But that's a big tablet. I have had the current. Hd used it much. Especially since i went for an ipad at the beginning of the pandemic back in march of really just loved this ipad. I use it all the time. I've got my notes on it. Right now but here comes amazon. With an update for the hd. Ten and one of them was intriguing enough for me to even though we spent the last week. Darlene tonight cleaning out the house because all the stuff showed up from denver from the move. And i had a yard sale and had a whole table full of kindles tablets. And all of this gear and i called the ten dollar table and i just put it on there and everything went. We had a great time so reluctant to just start. Acquiring tablets after doing that but the fire hd ten plus productivity bundle. Looked intriguing to me and you know. I do these things. So i can talk about him. I have a real purpose. Here is not just a play with new toys. He said earnestly And this goes it's two hundred twenty dollars and That's thirty dollars. More than the fire. Hd ten on plus. not plus. so i spent the extra money. I get the plus coming and it comes with a bluetooth. Detachable keyboard case and it's designed by fifty which is a company that makes my favorite oasis cover. It's just a really elegant cover. The oac's that folds into a stand. And all of that. So i think that's promising that they designed this keyboard. I doubt it's going to be as Sexy and wonderful as the magic keyboard. I have for my ipad pro And the new plus has a premium finished soft touch I think i picked color turquoise one of darlene scullers more than
Managing Back-to-Work Anxiety With Darlene Marshall
"We've got people out there who are probably listening who have been isolating by themselves. Who have been working remotely. Who are experiencing loneliness for the first acute time in their lives and then we have others. Who are working from home. While also being parents caregivers to elderly people they love home schooling remote learning at and feel an overwhelm of stimulus of too many people around them all the time. I can't say that it's any one thing because it's global challenge individual fit. What i think is happening right now. Is this juncture position of the expectation. Just a few even weeks. If not months ago that we were going to have this profound relief of vaccines myself personally getting vaccinated but that it's not really that different the next day other than ryan affects the world is still where we were. There's expectation versus reality. There's anticipation and uncertainty in all of these things coming together. Make for uncomfortable cocktail. And there's no real precedent for us to look at and say okay. This is how i dealt with before because nobody has dealt with it before and we're not really sure what the next steps are going to be. makes me think of one of the coaching techniques to help someone in the moment build resilience that even though you've never dealt with this before right who could have dealt with this all. It's likely that anyone listening would have dealt with significant challenge at some point in you have survived one hundred percent of the days. You've lived or you wouldn't be here race.
Higher-Order Thinking and Personalized Systems of Instruction (PSIs) in Higher Education
"You i got interested in the idea of kind of looking at higher order thinking and sort of personal systems of instruction when you yourself were a student and that led me to the question of what was personalized systems of instruction especially computerized ones from beyond. You know i. I think today everyone sort of thinks about all you can do all this stuff online. You learn online. Everyone's an online program. But if you go back maybe fifteen years you know. Maybe even ten years it feels like one of these technologies that couldn't have existed but we know. Psi original work was from well before computers. Were something that everyone had seven of in their house and you know in in the form of a phone so could you tell us a little bit about what. Psi's were like when you were starting out in higher education. You were starting to use them as part of your doctoral program. Sure well can. I use a way back machine to tell you another little tidbit secret. Of course you can do right if we go way back to me being in grade one and then i realized this later that there were reading. Labs and reading. Lab was the self paced set of there. Were these big boxes at the back of our room and you could go through these little reading vignettes. I remember reading about brown bears and things like that. Like that. Just stuck out to me because i love reading about them right like what were they. Where did they live what they eat so forth. And then you would answer these questions and if you'd have to get them all complete and correct and then you could go on to the next one so there was kind of this. It was all mastery based and i realized later this. Psi in like k. Through twelve right like in this really popular back at the time that i was in grade one and you know as students we kind of love this we could go at our own pace and get immediate feedback on whether or not we're right and we keep going on and on and on on these things and there's a little bit of competition among us rate because like you could be finished all of this work in your reading and language arts like whenever it was up to you you could get it all done and then go into something else so that was kind of exciting or are you could help other students in the class so i think that i never thought about it until recently but i think that when i when i was introduced to computer aided psi which was topped by joseph parrot the university of manitoba but this is probably why i love this system so much because it is self paced but the early early psi if you go back to the work of fred keller when he published his seminal article and nineteen sixty eight rate and the journal of applied behavior analysis goodbye teacher based upon a rhyme and he's introducing people to assist them that he's developed and he introduced in brazil as well as the united states. Psi was you know these units of study that you could you know master hopefully in about a week or so and you would go in and you would take a test when you're ready to take the test and then you either pass or you've gotta re study and if you've gotta re study you could go over the task with the proctor or the professor and then you could come back and retake it when you're ready to do so after you know some amount of kind of time out to re steady So if you think about that like things that there's an instructor right like if you have ten units that you have to have students take tests on. How many different tests do you need for them. You know if they get a reset and one you don't just give them the same test you have to have like a whole bunch of questions and different forms of big zam right for each unit so imagine the administration of that right like just can you imagine like panel versus thirty students versus three hundred. What would that be like a lot of tests a lot of grading more file cabinets right basically all the file cabinets right. Yeah file cabinet. Imagine carrying all the tests to and from the classroom and keeping them organnized. And you know. And we didn't have and they didn't have computers back then either right so when joe pair computerized this he actually made it. So that you could go in and you could request a-tast online and this is before point and click okay. This is before we had windows right in the we actually had to learn how to type in commands into the computer. And i never think of myself as somebody who programs but i did. I had to learn programming to be able to do this. Because you have to give the computer commands to get into your account and then to call up a test and then tell it to add more lines if you wanted to add more information to your answer or are you. Talking like a dos. Prompt or more like an old like early. Eighties looking kind of you know unix mainframe mainframe o wow absolutely yeah rob. It's definitely a mainframe computer right. And so so we did that and you know we after you master to test then you could sign on to be a peer reviewer or printer for student who had not yet passed that unit. So i mean think of it right like if you love this stuff and you're and you just go in and on a weekly basis at least on a weekly basis you pass one unit a week or more you can be peer reviewing a whole bunch of them and the peer reviews were great because they were bonus points in the course you and and the final exam where something like sixty percent because it was in person and they that was the quality control you had over the online course was making sure that people were who they said they were and you know that they weren't just doing things open book so you know it was nice being able to pat up though the the bonus points just in case but he bit. But here's here's the track right like when you do that and you're actually going and you're taking your test and your peer reviewing other students test. You're actually
"darlene" Discussed on Fresh Anointing Show
"Line on our via is here and yada and lisa kudrow renee in mamata. But i have two new people that are on the line. So falana is there amish. She's from a gop. Pay international church directed thousand vows were senior and then i see dr apostle dr euless teary there. Who is a great woman. God who has been a missionary for over thirty years. So i would just like to acknowledge the and we are excited by on thursday. We have our secret shane. Silence bible study at seven o'clock and then on this coming saturday from ten. To eleven thirty we will be doing. Zoom virtual war with welcome house and welcome. House is a homing rollie refugees. And we're gonna talk about. What is our worries. You refugees so i encourage all of you all to come on out to learn more about what we can do. Even our homes to help the refugees who are our neighbors man. Thank you yeah. Thank you l. d. Lisa thanks to all of you and profit is darlene. Thank you for having church with me today to me. It's been a pleasure. I'm get in contact with l. delays to get your contact because i do want you to come on. Maybe i can. I can help you get you on the platform again and get you going. I think that'd be great. Love add to the platform so being contact with you and we'll talk about it so to our podcast has kind of branched out now so just wanna let everybody know you. Can you can go and view the podcast on the fresh anointing. Show dot com. You pull it up and you can go and click on Podcast on demand and you will see the podcast. you can go to. Amazon amazon. It's also on tune in App it's also on apple And there's another one that i'm missing paw. Pandora is also on pandora as well and there are some others. But i can't remember all of them so those are the various way share with you with your friends and family members and let's get the word out about sisters who care and this park has will be up. Try to have it up tonight but it will definitely be out by tomorrow and So it's already live on facebook so it's it's already out there. Amen amen as always. I'm grateful and thank you for being part the question. I didn't show elda lisa. You have something else okay. All right wonderful well family. Thanks for joining us. Once again on the fresh anointing show with sister sue air. Check them out and if you need a place the serve getting contact with l. Lisa all you have to do is google sister suitca air and you will find them there. It is an entity of w m you so. Please pray for sister sue care. Pray for all the leaders and the members of this great ministry organization until next time may the lord bless you real good lord strength of your shell he up to next time.
"darlene" Discussed on Fresh Anointing Show
"Top of the day to you and welcome to the fresh annoyed show. Thanks for joining us on this great day. It is another day that god has made and we ought to rejoice and be glad in it. I don't know about you. But i'm always thankful each and every morning i wake up. I always tell people that we have to wake up with god and we go to bed with god. Eight men right now. We want to bring you back on this fourth tuesday to wonderful group group that i have become really really excited about group that i love and what they do for for the kingdom of god and that is sisters who care. A leader is elder. Lisa jacobs. yup there. She is right there. She's waving and so tonight. We have a great program for you. <hes> profits darling. Mingo is going to be sharing with us tonight. And i'll let her give a brief synopsis of herself in a little bit. What god has gifted her and called her to do and then we will dive. Espn provice talk to us. All right will a man in a man. Thank you for having dr j. and to all your listeners system caring everyone that has joining us tonight. Salone i'm <hes>. Profit is darlene mango slash minister <hes>. Just the kingdom ambassador. For god. I also a license <hes>. Certified life coach. And i have a project that i do call. Success factors. i helped to restore the kraus's of god's queens here on earth. And i also worked with says who cares with lisa and i also do outreach for the homeless. They are so many things that god has called me to do. We just want to be obedient. Walk in those things are thank you for me being obedient you being obedient for having me on your show tonight to speak to his people and i'm just i'm just glad to be here. No doubt no doubt is nothing like being obedient. And samuel says obedience is better than sag period. after i. i had to learn at the hard way you you and me both the. If we all want to be honest. I think and learning calling going through the school of hard knocks flow of from the heart. You only get ready to stop some trouble right now. We're going to stop preaching our snow to here. L. appreciate you being on. Thank god for your background and what he has done in your life and where you are today. And we want to continue praying for his blessings be upon you and the rest of the sisters as well as the ministry <hes>. That god is going to do some great and awesome and mighty things. Continue doing those things you all already doing. Some great and powerful things already so with that being said. Let's go to work. So i first question i have for. You is what does it mean to find your purpose and this is something that i talk about all the time. Oh my shows is purple. That purposes is something important. And i believe that we miss it and we go about our our life and we don't even realize that god has a purpose for each each and every one of us when you go back and you look at if asians chapped one talks about the purpose of god. He says that god has predestined us. And were predestined means. Mark of course in other words. God has laid out of purpose however the question that i just ask it is for millions us. It is difficult to find purpose. Profis darling talk to us law i. I'm a purpose purpose person as well <hes>. Because it took me some time to step into it <hes>. Just like many people. Many people in the kingdom <hes>. It's like you said we're honest. We're trying to find ourselves in god. Or a lotta time. Let me scratch that. In the star from the beginning a lot of us trying to find ourselves in people we try to find ourselves in circumstances instead of trying to find ourselves in god. That's where purpose lives. But then don't get me wrong because they'll those things are happening on a lives in things that we have to overcome a part of the plan in order fussing get into purpose because as we were talking about earlier being pressed on every side going through things that to me brings out the oil and the oil is what we need in order to go forth. With god's presence is the oil. His power is authority for the walk in <unk>. Herpes of the plan of god in each and every one of our lots. So we're we're trying to find in. I'm hitting on knocking off fifties out with a new september half a century but with a lot of people say this like you know what i got to this age now still on over. I want to do. When i need you to do is get in the presence of god. I need you to get it his word. I need you to get to know him. So he can tell you a set but then he'll use may end will use property to use as people to speak to your life to give you direction but it's not trying to follow man instead of trying to follow god because you'll purpose is in the man and has gone. That's the father and that's what we can find everything we need and that includes purpose. It took me on a journey throughout my life. I didn't get saved two levels thirty years old. And when i got say before i got saved no one ever ever told me or even recognized who i was on komo somebody. They didn't recognize who i was able called on told me someone had to tell me i was in his face. Come when i'm no. I'm not by myself. I was in his face with someone. Having to tell me what will not know. God to tell me but long story short because of that i was lost. I didn't know asphalt to do somewhere to school became a home health. They became a cna became a massage. Therapist came a licensed hairstyle. Became a license. Educator became a certified life coach just so many things first of all. I'm never be without a job. That's number one. But simple and i became an entrepreneur on our <hes>. Have businesses and had businesses and and got a lifestyle and health <hes>. Company and. I was like what is it in everyone around me. That didn't understand because you know you've got those people around you don't understand what's going on with you because they don't understand. Guess what that will stop you. Because they don't understand. Guess what is part of the plant because what i had to do at the age of thirty nine. I sat down. I got my first one was really supposed to do. And i joined the church
"darlene" Discussed on Fresh Anointing Show
"As the freshman audience show with james richardson. Let's see what nuggets jahan's for us today on fresh anointing show. Let's am now with jay. Richardson fresh top of the day to you and welcome to the fresh annoyed show. Thanks for joining us on this great day. It is another day that god has made and we ought to rejoice and be glad in it. I don't know about you. But i'm always thankful each and every morning i wake up. I always tell people that we have to wake up with god and we go to bed with god. Eight men right now. We want to bring you back on this fourth tuesday to wonderful group group that i have become really really excited about group that i love and what they do for for the kingdom of god and that is sisters who care. A leader is elder. Lisa jacobs. yup there. She is right there. She's waving and so tonight. We have a great program for you. profits darling. Mingo is going to be sharing with us tonight. And i'll let her give a brief synopsis of herself in a little bit. What god has gifted her and called her to do and then we will dive. Espn provice talk to us. All right will a man in a man. Thank you for having dr j. and to all your listeners system caring everyone that has joining us tonight. Salone i'm Profit is darlene mango slash minister Just the kingdom ambassador. For god. I also a license Certified life coach. And i have a project that i do call. Success factors. i helped to restore the kraus's of god's queens here on earth. And i also worked with says who cares with lisa and i also do outreach for the homeless. They are so many things that god has called me to do. We just want to be obedient. Walk in those things are thank you for me being obedient you being obedient for having me on your show tonight to speak to his people and i'm just i'm just glad to be here..
Judge dismisses Gohmert's attempt to force Pence to decide election
"A federal judge in Texas dismissed the last gasp lawsuit led by Republican Congressman Louie Gohmert. That aimed to give Vice President Mike Pence the power to overturn the results of the presidential election. One by Joe Biden. Congress formally counts the electoral college votes next week more from the A. P S. Darlene Superville. What the lawsuit is trying to do is trying to ask a federal judge to give the vice president more power than he currently has. And that is the power to Rejects some of the electors that Joe Biden won and to replace them with electors that favor President Donald Trump is president of the Senate. He will oversee the session Wednesday and declare the winner of the race for the White House.
Texas judge dismisses Gohmert's attempt to force Pence to decide election
"Judge in Texas dismissed the last gasp lawsuit led by Republican Congressman Louie Gohmert that aimed to give Vice President Mike Pence the power to overturn the results of the presidential election. One By Joe Biden. Congress formally COUNTS the electoral college votes next week more from the A. P S Darlene Superville. What the lawsuit is trying to do is trying to ask a federal judge to give the vice president more power than he currently has. And that is the power to Rejects some of the electors that Joe Biden won and to replace them with electors that favor President Donald Trump and his president of the Senate. He will oversee the session Wednesday and declare the winner of the race for the White House.
Texas judge dismisses Gohmert's attempt to force Pence to decide election
"Federal judge in Texas dismissed the last gasp lawsuit led by Republican Congressman Louie Gohmert that aimed to give Vice President Mike Pence the power to overturn the results of the presidential election. One By Joe Biden. Congress formally COUNTS the electoral college votes next week more from the A. P S Darlene Superville. What the lawsuit is trying to do is trying to ask a federal judge to give the vice president more power than he currently has. And that is the power to Rejects some of the electors that Joe Biden won and to replace them with electors that favor President Donald Trump and his president of the Senate. He will oversee the session Wednesday and declare the winner of the race for the White House.
Texas judge dismisses Gohmert suit against Pence aimed at overturning election
"Judge in Texas dismissed the last gasp lawsuit led by Republican Congressman Louie Gohmert. That aimed to give Vice President Mike Pence the power to overturn the results of the presidential election. One by Joe Biden. Congress formally counts the electoral college votes next week more from the A. P S. Darlene Superville. What the lawsuit is trying to do is trying to ask a federal judge to give the vice president more power than he currently has. And that is the power to Rejects some of the electors that Joe Biden won and to replace them with electors that favor President Donald Trump is president of the Senate. He will oversee the session Wednesday and declare the winner of the race for the White House
Unreserved goes to the imagineNATIVE Festival virtually
"For me imaginative has always been a place to share stories through video audio, digital interactive, and also through exhibitions and visual arts because I, think there's really a quite a unique way that indigenous artists are telling stories and we are really just showcasing the multitude of these artists and all of the voices however nuance they are from many different nations. Sneaky, little the artistic director of imagine native describing what the festival looks like usually. But things are a lot different this year. Like most festivals, the covid nineteen pandemic has forced things to move online. There's also new faces at the helm. The new executive director, Naomi Johnson happens to be my sister full disclosure. But it's also Nikki. Little's first. Hear is artistic director. Though things are different little hopes. Attendees still feel that festival experience. So every day actually Naomi and I will be giving a short live updates of what you can expect for that day at ten am, and then every day at ten am all of the films that will be released that they are available. So from that point on people out of forty eight hours to watch the films on demand and then. Additionally at two o'clock three o'clock and four o'clock the programmers. So either Susan Blight Adam on Darlene upon our myself will be hosting a feature focus or short program Focus, which is a twenty to thirty minute conversation with directors from from the films from the official programming. So exciting people are bringing. Some of the cast, some of producers and themselves to talk about the work, and then each nightly usually has an event. So definitely look out for those and some of the free programming are the exhibitions, the digital interactive and the audio works. So those are those are at People's leisure to see can meander around and connect to those different spaces. That's Nikki little the artistic director of imaginative. You'll hear more from her a little later on in the show. The Imagination Film Festival August Schellenberg Award of excellence was created in partnership with August wife Joan, corrosive, which Schoenberg. It. Honors members of the indigenous performance community whose contributions reflect Augie, Spirit and commitment to the field. This year's recipient is Lauren Cardinal. Lauren is pretty prolific in his own right. The cree actor was the first indigenous person to graduate from the University of Obama's acting program in nineteen ninety-three. He is more than one hundred film television and stage credits, and he played memorable roles like Davis on Corner Gas Daniel Della of sixty, and he is the voice of Grandpa, nat on Molly of Denali. Welcome to the show learn and congratulations. Thank you very much and congratulations to you fail, and now for listeners we should mention we do know each other we've been on stage together. I think I think only the one time I think the one time but. Incredible actor right, and human beings so Lucky. Company I feel like I'm getting an award right now. So this award the the argue award since affectionately known, it's been given to performers Michael Gray is like Michelle thrush like ten Sukarno. So, how do you feel about taking home the award this year it's a great great honor I knew Avi I've got to work with. A few times and left an indelible mark in my life and he he was one of my mentors. So is lucky to call him a friend mentor. He's He's pretty special human being yeah. I had the chance to work with him a little bit and he was he was quite a force who's quite a force. So I imagine again, you know this, this award is very personal because as you mentioned, he was a mentor and a friend to you. And you guys did work on a number of projects together. You know some of your earliest work was alongside Augie. But for people who might not know who he was, who was he too you? Well, he was a prolific stage actor. He's one of the first classically trained theater native theater actors in Canada. So you know he's he set the bar high right off the bat he went to National Theatre School, and then he moved onto Stratford as well, which is incredible place to be. And in nineteen sixty, four, him being the first native person to be on that stage is is pretty incredible. And Role in the George Regas. Ecstasy of the Joe. When he played the young fireball Jamie Paul which I think every almost every native actor has done that play in one shape or another. Always been, you know setting the bar quite high. One of the films that you start in alongside Augie was to come see the last warrior and the movie is the story of the Shawnee leader and you played his brother loud noise, which is a you know he's a pretty iconic person in history, but also a really meaty role to play. So let's take a listen to the scene where your character loud noise believes he is dying. To search die. Was More hotton inside. Slave lies in. Lust. You're in ski. Misery is not their fault. Zone. Cropped. Can Spirit Foster own spiritual ways. Voice. I was. Be My message. Woke store. That was a little bit from the film to come see the last warrior. So the film came out in Nineteen ninety-five and our guest today learn cardinale starred in it. So, what's it like to listen back to old clips like that Lord I, wonder who that flute player was. Awesome Yeah, it's interesting. Always hearing it going Oh, I could have done or I should have done but. I remember that scene because it was one of the funders scenes to do in the whole in the whole movie. But I. I was Kinda Green when I when I did that role. So you know I always going full out every time. And Way. We shot that particular scene is that we started on the people above me. My brother and sister, and so I was off camera giving them the lines and I went out every single time for that for them off camera, and then she turns to me and she goes. You might want to save some of that for yourself. Oh Yeah I. Guess she goes. Yeah. I. I appreciate it but I don't need all that. I made her cry, which was my thing I just wanted to order. So she could get to the emotion that she needed and she was crying and stuff every time we did it
Weathering The Storm
"Before jumping into the topic that I have for today I wanted to discuss the Cohen that was shared in the last podcast episode. It goes like this. As the roof was leaking zen master told to monks to bring something to catch the water. One brought a tub the other a basket, the I was severely reprimanded. The second highly praised. I want to share some of the thoughts that were discussed in our patriotic community, because there are always good perspectives shared their, and this first one comes from Darlene. Who says quote this Cohen on makes me think of the emotional enlightenment. You discussed in the episode. We think that happiness comes from cleaning to pleasant emotions, but that actually causes suffering. In the same way roof is leaking except that it is leaking and water will get on the floor because that's what happens when the roof leaks. If we catch the water in a Tub, it will eventually overflow in the end. We can't deny our emotions because they will find a somehow. We can find peace by accepting them wholeheartedly close quote. Tani says quote. I wonder if this. Cohen speaks to our tendency to try to control our emotions. If the roof is leaking, we must wait until the rain is over and fixed the roof work on the source of the anger pain, bringing a tub will only result in a harder time removing it or it will overflow later causing a bigger mess, the basket I'm imagining. One of those meant to carry water from the well to the house. So it holds the water, but not as much as the tub may require more trips outside to dump the water, but it doesn't let us ignore it for too long. We still have to pay attention to the basket and water in this way instead of trying to stop emotions from happening, we need to weather the storm as best we can, and then work on the source of the pain and emotions when things are clearer, if possible close quote. And then Mike shares this, he says quote. Maybe I'm doing this wrong, but I seem to be interpreting each of the most recent, the same way, and most of them I see it as a reminder to not look for wisdom and others, but to look for it in yourself instead in this case, the answer of the Tub was clearly the more appropriate tool for catching water, but the students who chose that severely reprimanded. There's no reason to reprimand this student. He chose an appropriate tool for achieving the particular goal. Perhaps the students only air was in believing the Zen master to be more of a master than himself. I really liked the ideas that were shared. These are only three of the several thoughts that were shared in our Patriot community, but I particularly liked Mike's thoughts here at the end. And I wanted to share some of my thoughts about this Cohen. One I. think that we tend to make meaning of things that we make assumptions and we don't know all the details, so we fill in the gaps I think it's it's what we do. It's a human thing. So with a story like this, we immediately make the assumption. If there's a hole in the roof and water is coming in. We paint a whole picture around that. That water must be leaking on the floor. We need to bring something to catch the water so that it stops leaking on the floor a tub in this case. What does it mean a tub? Is it a? A bathtub, because if it were a bathtub on one hand and a basket on another very much could be that the tab was the wrong answer because it was too big, and the thing is, we don't know so we. We paint the story we fill in the details, and then we make the assumption based on all of these details that we we just don't know. So, we're really good at making meaning of things, and because of our discomfort with not knowing the details we fill in the gaps. And! That's what this story kind of reminded me of the fact that I don't know the details I mean first of all. Why do even assume that? Just because the master reprimanded one and didn't reprimand the other that that means one was wrong and one was right. What if? What if the one who brought the basket has been struggling in class, and has been getting everything wrong, and was feeling really down, and the Zen master decided to praise him this time, so he wouldn't feel so bad and reprimanded the one who brought the TUB. Who always gets things right and maybe needed to feel a little more humbled.
Do Genetics Determine Our Health
"Is Darlene convinced. About thirty years ago, I started nutritional weight and wellness with very little financial support. And I remember that well I'm sure you do? But with a big desire to help people feel better through their food, choices and lifestyle habits. Then you know about fifteen years ago, we started the dishing up nutrition radio, show and podcast you know I was already at an age when many of my friends were retiring but not. Of course not. I had a strong desire to spread our message of eating real food to all parts of the world. Some people especially my son. Boy laughed at my dream, but I'm happy to say mission accomplished. Absolutely, Dr. we recently received an email from a delightful woman who listens to dishing nutrition from India. Wow, she said, thank you. Your simple message of eating. Real food has changed my life. We'd love hearing though it's life changing stories from our listeners now you kind of know a little bit more about me. People always want to know about me for some reason so now. Let's learn a little bit more about our Co.. Caroline Hudson. She's been registered Dietitian for many many years. She'll probably tell you how many. Caroline and I are the senior members of nutritional weight and wellness team and Caroline hepker passion. Also, she also has a passion for helping people understand the power eating real food. Caroline tell our listeners just a little bit about yourself where you went to school. You know where you've practiced and your favorite. Very. Favorite Hobby Scuba diving right Oh, sure good morning Dr! It's so nice to be here in good morning to all of our listeners out there wherever you are. I actually grew up here in Minnesota, but then I decided to pursue my nutrition degree in Toronto Ontario Canada. So. My careers really been very to say the least I've worked with Canadian in. People in very interest far northern Ontario communities even on an island in the middle of Hudson's Bay. I had to take a big. I had to take a plane while like a little plane. Had Skis on it was in the middle of winter we landed on. In the middle of Hudson's Bay, it was frozen over, and then I voted into a big huge bombrdier like a big ski do. Took me to the hospital there. So you don't care on. My first degree was in anthropology I didn't know that I would love that. This faster. Yes, fascinating! I actually got stuck there in a snowstorm for four days, but That was just one thing that I think. but I also had the opportunity to be the senior director for very large medical system. It included a large teaching hospital so I had a dietetic internship program underneath me and did I had a senior living center I had a nursing home and another small community hospital. Wow, so that was a huge system and lots of different employees and lots of different unions. So that was that was very interesting, but more recently yeah I. Got Certified as a will coach Okay and now I have. Really, this is my dream job. Good. You know the wonderful nutritionists Dietitians that I get to work with to work with you It's just it's been a dream. Come true because I really wanted to get back to helping people on one and as senior director. I never got to know that. Yes I was managing people from. Wasn't doing nutrition really. So now I. Get to do that. And then as you mentioned before one of my hobbies is scuba diving. I love the water anything to do with scuba diving and I started to go down to visit my brother every winter. He lives in Cozumel and I thought. I am going to get certified to dive. I'm watching all these down there so now I love it I love the underwater life, and all the beauty of the coral and the fish and everything. It's
Some people are making bread in quarantine. Others are making TikToks
"The short video platform tiktok was already a big hit before the pandemic but since so many people have been stuck at home since march a lot. More people are discovering it and even though tiktok is in the news for its new. Ceo kevin meyer. Who was poached from disney and for record labels who think the service should pay more to publishers and artists for using their songs and for actual calls to ban it in the us over its chinese ownership and security and privacy fears. Well people like marketplace own. Hey super alvarado are finding that in quarantine. It's just kind of fun. More than three hundred million people downloaded tiktok in the first quarter of this year. That's fifty percent more than last quarter and total two billion downloads. Laura pearson a student at usc who happens to be my roommate started hearing huge buzz about tiktok ride before her spring break. Her friends were sending her lots of links sketches and dance videos. So she downloaded the out thinking. Yeah nice easy way to kill some quarantine time. It's like this cute little app. You can record videos. She started to spend more and more time on tiktok when she wasn't zooming into her classes soon enough. She started producing. She recruited arlene. Pereira are other roommate. She's of course also home from her teaching job at el camino college here in southern california. They chose zico's any song. So we spent the whole night trying to figure out how to do the dance and have a certain level of swag arse it out of the way in the living room wall. My roommate's discovered how much time it takes to perfect tiktok dance and that just gave me a whole new perspective on tiktok that you see these super silly videos but boy is it quite the production darlene. Then we all decided well. Let's do this. We invested in a really nice phone Tripod with a Cute Little Bluetooth control on Amazon. You can even find bundles. Called Tiktok kits including a ring light tripod and some other fancy stuff with prices ranging from forty five sixty and even up to ninety bucks. My first tries to sketches not amazing but still funny right now. Almost two thirds of tiktok users are under the age of thirty four. It's especially popular with eight hundred. Twenty four year olds. Yup that's us. Talent agents are getting in on the action managing famous tiktok trying to get work in Hollywood and connecting social media. Influencers already making big money. Laura is showing the TIKTOK universe for crocheting wizardry and as for our lean. She has a few dance. Talks and droughts including one two the song wannabe by the spice girls and for me keeping my day job for now that was marketplace
"darlene" Discussed on The Kindle Chronicles
"Feet high or something and three feet wide and I had it was all stuff that has Through the move and everything's just got shoved in there and it needed to be awful correctly and organized and so I've been ironing for several days now and I think by the end of today I hope to have it. So that all neat little stacks and I was surprised. I thought that I see these folded rectangles of fabric and I always thought that they were just like a rectangle but you explained that they can actually be in different shapes but they just end up folded that way when you're storing so that I can stack them on my shelves and have access to them. To make uniform was just help set then. I stack by colors. And then how will you use when you're making a quilt Williams? Call them out when you need that color unfolds. Etan. Here's what you want and fold it back up and put it back. Are The colors arranged in some sequence that you're going to the Blues Greens reds? They'll be sacked by colors like the color wheel until you'll have access to. Yeah it it works well for me. And some of the big flowered stuff that's multi-colors I'm gonNA just stack that separately because you grab a piece of fabric it. Has You know five ten colors in it. And you don't know what you're looking for. So teach us one piece of that for quilt fabric for a collage. I might want to take a certain little piece and cut out. It's hard to do those by color. Because there's there's so many colors in yourself anyway and it's a certain Designer fabrics so anyway. That's what I'm actually working on them. So you shift from masks in your master every fabrics not these ugly and ninety five mask. They're basically just took fabric that I had a bunch of that. I didn't care about that much because my good collage avary. I wasn't willing to use for masks and And also for some reason the K. Facet fabric seems to be thinner and Philip. Two Cups. Those are brands that have the big flowers and stuff So I just in you. It's easier to take stuff that you have to. You could just multitasking in do twenty mask at once or something. So so I I'll I'll demasked again. When my niece goes back to the hospital in Montana I'm going to have stockpiled bunch of mass to take when she goes at And my nephew works at a grocery store and he was wanting stuff for other employees there so Bozeman that the store wasn't providing. This store doesn't even ask their employees to wear mass and they don't make the customer. We're mass it's crazy but anyway but some of them want mass it if I can make fun mass than other people want to use them food that helps and if they're comfortable so anyway. I like doing that but massar easy. I mean the thing is sometimes. I think it was so stressful. When we got up here that it was easier to figure masks and make mass than to try to my quashed because that just takes more concentration and I think we were really stressed and so do more than we knew. Yeah my Gosh. We just feels like we've been eating eating and yeah so Maybe things are. Maybe that's a sign that things are calming down a little bit that I wanna go back to my claws and other things like that. Yeah the Nassar. It's funny to have something that gives you a routine. I think where I find that is. I've changed. How I practice make get tired in the last week or so and I'm learning a new song that might teacher Steve. Nikki get cords and arranged for me. And it's James Taylor Song. The water is wide and instead of just playing the song through in a practice session switching other sons. Yesterday I spent a half an hour just playing the first four lines of the song and memorizing the words of memorizing the cords and just playing it over and over and part me. He's thinking well this is a. You'll never learn the song again and spend as much time on four lines but the repetition of it was pleasurable. You know you're just play it and it starts coming into muscle memory and I know exactly what the next chord is And there's just that pleasure doing something simple as probably stress relieving. I think it has some people find it boring. But sometimes it's keeps your mind can think about things and no interest well. What do we know about Sophie that we didn't know a month ago? She has a bundle of energy. When she's aren't she's like a top. That's being spun. She's racing around the house seeing when she can chew on and pull out and she's hilarious and destructive and when she's down she's out she's just like totally. I think a bomb could go off and she wouldn't notice I've noticed these episodes where she served turns into a little pint-size. Yeti where she gets up on her back feet and and the ferocity of it. She's browsing and remember clear ever doing that the sexiest. She's playing with you and she doesn't but somebody Sarah came into the house the other day and and Sophie went crazy she just was at the same mode or no terrified and she knew she ran from one side of the cottage to the other and she kept looking back and Sarah Arcane and kind of cackling and stuff and She was terrified. Sarah I had to give Sarah some food and Sarah sat down on the floor and finally lured her over it. I mean it didn't really take that long but instead of didn't even have a mask on. I think we aren't being able to socialize her and we now I noticed. Somebody came into the cottage. Yesterday moyer was over and she had a mask on and at the time that it took for Sophie to go Fact to calm dog was a lot quicker and again I gave her treats and she kept giving her because she saw Sarah the day or I ask like what's happening is e every time somebody comes and she starts seeing that old. That means you I might get a treat or people are friendly. I don't know when we took her to the vet and they had to like ripper out of the car. I mean they've tried to do it. Nice but they put a towel around her because she was so upset and take out of the car. They had masks on. It really scared. Her and You got to do that to get on Friday so I don't know I think people look weird masks that's charge of it and so anyway. She's now got the plastic fence and she's like it around around eitingon. She's should send a video with this. Yeah she well. She weighs over two pounds but she had We had to take her in. She had diarrhea and we had to get her antibiotics and seven. I think during that time she lost weight. Now she's yes she's up to two pounds. Three ounces at your appetites good her appetite for Roche's could eat non stop and she's her nose is to the floor all the time in the kitchen helping that something will drop which is a little nerve wracking. Don't want her to get a piece of buying in or something like that would really not be good for a dog so small. She's wonderful. I mean I love how she lays on my lap and how she follows me around and watches me and comes when she's called so she's looking at the birds. She's very curious. Well I'm not often wrong but I was wrong about that. It was a bad idea to get a puppy during pandemic turns out. Oh we getting sick. And it's been a good distraction. Anything could change. But he's been wonderful and and these little talks takes so much time and we have the time to watch and work with her. What else have you learned about the pandemic? It's over two months. We've been up here. Always look back and I. I'm sad about the time that we've been away from the kids and you know when you kind of think well you know. Maybe it wasn't that bad at first. We could've stayed and we could have been around them and come later and Maybe.
Understanding Photography Education with Darlene Hildebrandt
"Welcome back to another episode of this week and vote on your host. Frederik van Johnson. Today have the distinct honor and pleasure of having a an longtime friend of mine. Darlene Hildebrandt on the show to discuss a topic. That's near and dear to both of our hearts and that's education and we'll topics education and photography. We're GONNA talk about both of those and it's more specifically what's Kinda the state of the Union in that area. Is it still save your money? Go to a brick and mortar school. Is it by a bunch of workshops? Forget all that and just learned from. Youtube is it by courses online. Darlene is here to demystify all that for us and and sort of dive into it. Yeah Darlene how you doing? It's long time no see Ed. Flynn too long. Frederic. How are you? I'm doing good I'm good. It's going to see your face. You never change smiling faces always exactly the same. I like it so few more as my hairdresser called sparkly sparkley hairs. Ono's I love those. That's good that is good. It means you each one means you're wiser than people that don't have cancer. Barclays sparklys roller Before we dive into the meat of the conversation I want to talk about the Just sort of you know the state of your union. The State of Digital Photo Mentor DOT COM. And all that stuff you know what's new and great. Yeah the world that you build. You've got a storied history. I mean you've worked with amazing companies. You've been in the education space as long as I have at least so what's what's going on. What are you guys working on? What you building. What is the? What's the state of the Union? So about as you mentioned. I've been involved in the education of photographers for awhile. Now I've been teaching locally for eight years already and I was the managing editor of digital photography school. Dps for five years. And I left. Eps A year ago to branch out and expand my own horizons and they wished me well. And you know we're all on good terms and we still talk and that's great And just in the last year we've been building Lor Tara fee tours. I've been to India and Vietnam and Peru in the last twelve months I posted on my facebook awhile ago that in the last few months. I've been on twenty seven actual different airplanes and been to seven different countries. Wow that is so so you know what that means. It means so we're we in the beginning. We decided to focus this interview on education. Clearly there needs to be another one that talks about travel and how to do it without losing all your stuff. Yeah and I think they go hand in hand together as well travel and photography and education because on the tours is a great opportunity for people who aren't usually in sort of immersed in photography as a day to day endeavor. It gives them a chance to. That's all they're focused on is taking pictures and learning about their camera every single day for two weeks or whatever it is and just by most. They're gonNA go home with with some more knowledge in. Just just just the idea of putting yourself out of your comfort zone right. It's like whenever even if it's just like for me even if it's just going to the next town over or into San Francisco and the burbs of San Francisco going into San Francisco proper. You get a different energy and it kinda starts tickling different creative synapses that make you WANNA try stuff. So that's so let. Let's switch gears and talk about education so set the stage here so there's there's the different modalities of learning right. Some people learn better by having their butt in a seat in an instructor in front of the class is some people learn better solo. Some people learn better one on one. Some people you know. Hey Youtube. Give Me Youtube and a topic. I'll figure it out in a deconstruct. My favorite photograph that way. Some people need online courses. That are focused on a particular subject or topic. How do you? What's best you know from from the photo mentor herself? What's the what's the best process to going from people saying? Hey Jane You. You might have chops as a photographer. You should really pursue this too actually being good. How do you get good so I think the key you missed one? Actually one modality of learning that is by doing and I think Like I talked about the semi classes when I teach in person classes and I actually have one last night We talked about the basics of processing last night. And you learn either There's actually studies done on this. You learn by either listening to somebody else speak so that could be a video or in person alive class Or by reading rain so any book or something like that or by doing and I think I think most people learn best with a combination of all three right so in my live classes I try incorporate a little bit of everything right so I have them write their own notes. A have them listen to me for a while and then we actually you know. Get their cameras out. We're actually doing style for computers if we're doing processing By doing like if I go way back in my history right like we're going back thirty years now. I'M GONNA date myself here again. The the sparkly airs Thirty plus years ago I went to college. Did a two year program. Which was you know? Degree program if Star Affi and I've been asked that question is if I was to do it all over again now. Would I do that? You know there's been debates about college programs like you mention and what I do that and I can't honestly say with certainty that I would at in this day and age because there's so many other avenues available that you can learn from like you said Youtube and all of those things what college does give you and what a lot of my students always ask me and my classes win. Am I going to get it? When is there going to be this magic? A Ha moment the light bulbs going to go on and then all of a sudden you know I understand my camera and understand light and all these other things and my answer is always the saying when you put in your ten thousand hours rain and if you're doing a college program course where you're doing it every day and you have homework you're GONNA get your ten thousand hours faster range you you're someone wants told me. I forget who it was. Someone wants us the same sort of ten thousand our analogy but they were saying from a photographer standpoint. Just think of your shutter finger as being filled with one million bad images and the only way to get to the good ones to get the bad ones out. Because it's linear right so it just take you gotTa keep taking pictures to get. Isn't that a cartoon persona quote or something. I duNno I duNno. Maybe there's a famous quarter. Maybe it's Karcher song but it sounds like something that he would have said about. You know your your worst pictures are your first ten million or ten thousand or whatever
"darlene" Discussed on The Kindle Chronicles
"Bird of the top. The tree every idea what he is. No he's very vocal and I like that about. He was very small by Fred Keswick. Melania etcetera picture. It's hard to get a good picture. I can't even. He's picked the tallest branch of that for tree. Cottage about an inch by sending a message to other people birds. If we can get some bird seed some things but it down so that I can bring some birds and Amazon and a bird feeder. GonNa ask you. You've been doing some good research on safely handling packages. Because we're we're able to get. We've got a whole foods delivery coming tomorrow from the Portland whole foods. We had sort of go in when I put the order in At first there weren't any available delivery slots when I checked out but then I thought to two. Am in the middle of the night. I went check my card and when I went to check out sure enough. They were spots that I could get delivered so I think if you're trying to order from whole foods penny on your availability where you are if you're kind of persistent once you've got your order in you. You might happen to show up just after they've freed up a few more orders but we've been getting Amazon stuff and things that we were. Oh can we send a link to that video by the doctor on how to buy groceries safely and how and how to bring them into your house and how to bring learn about that well that we weren't doing anything right so it really was Was Really Helpful and So I've been going through all the spray bottles and bottles of stuff here to try to find out which stuff really are disinfectants. And and how to disinfect? Everything as it comes in this is still a good idea to leave it on the porch for five hours after it's delivered so they're talking about. You're leaving your groceries out for three days and only bringing in what you need and not bringing anything into the House and then how to dump it in other containers and How to wipe it down And I I read somewhere that the virus can't last on cardboard for only an hour but then somebody else said that it can last for a long time so it's better to just not take shot. He gave an example of that on metal. I can't remember how many days and and would instruct he was talking about but then he said on some of these cruises they went back to services and seventeen days later still had the virus on. I don't know how they know that. But he's just saying you don't know so it's best to not bring any of this stuff into your house But he just talks about. He just has a really methodical way he taught. He's he shows you how to do it in the same way that they would do it if they were disinfecting. Go into surgery or something and it pissed makes a Lotta Sense What I heard something about glitter. What was the comparison with glitter? He said that you're going to think about it like glitter if there's glitter In a box or something you don't want to get the glitter on your surfaces and so You have a clean surface and dirty surface and you put things out and sit him on the dirty surface and then you're cleaning and you're moving up to the clean surface or putting him away and then out of scrub everything down And he was saying things like oranges and apples and all sorts of things. Like that that you're going to put them in soapy water and you're going to scrub each Apple or orange for twenty minutes or twenty seconds just like you would a washing your hands your hands and then brand set in so I mean it's just a moment says I mean just because we're not having any contact with people were safe with obviously risk of stuff arriving on these deliveries will this is very professionally done and I intend to go back and read it at air. Watch it again. I think it's twelve minutes long or something. It seems like a minute when you're watching it and it's just it's very well done by somebody who really know. Dr. Yeah he's a doctor and he might even be a surge. I duNno I missed part of the first part of it Because when it comes in at I for some reason it's hard to get the audio going gutted anyway. Lots OF PEOPLE. That are doing things to help. It's it's controversies and conflict. You see a lot of the best of humanity Mo Williams. The Children's author was reading his work every day so that you could tune in and see that and he was doing little seminars on. He's got this famous pigeon in a lot of his stories. Don't let the pigeon drive the bus. All these different ones about the pigeon and so he was giving little lessons. That you tune into at the kids on how to draw pigeon is kind of a real cartoony pigeon in but it's very distinct and Yeah Cincinnati Zoo had places. You could go in and watch them. They would go to a certain animal every day and talk about the animal and doing some video fabulous so many people are doing cool. Things wasn't there. I don't know visit Denver. One Zoo they let the pitch. The penguins walk around the penguins. Were looking into the glass at the other animals. They had puppies running around zoos. So you know since nobody can go to the zoo that the animals enjoy the one I saw. They had hippos and for some reason. I've never seen this before you were looking through a wall of glass so like Magin Hippos and a swimming pool but you can see them on the bottom. You're like on the same level. They are and they were talking about. How Hippos don't really swim. They walk on the bottom. And so you see them kind of Loping a law that was a baby and Mama and And then telling all about different things about the hippos at new is just I mean as an adult. I loved it great for kids. They love animals. Serve a paradox because one of the benefits of you. Don't be here kids. We're just hearing this wonderful spot. You tend to think well we can just do without screens. We can sit on the porch weakened. Sit by the fire. But then there's all this great stuff to see coming over the screen soon and it's inspiring. I mean. Somebody texted me this morning and they said you know. What can you advise or mood? Sir? Keeping your spirits up and so. I think that that can be helpful but I think getting out in nature is really helpful. Getting out for a for me take some of my nervous energy and well bike ride coming up because we drove down to Cambridge to get the bikes yesterday. I can't wait to get out on fourteen mile trail we do. We'll see it might be too cold for that. But we'll we'll go for a bike ride. My it's nice to get a little warmer than no win but right now there's no wind yet and the sun is coming down so it's beautiful about right. Well they might be putting in the woods. It'd be really interesting to hear what other people are doing to Keep their spirits up. What they're appreciating in this crazy environment that we are and then yeah. I'd love to hear people. Send us pod chronicles gmail.com. If you've got stories to tell or things you've learned in this so far there was a woman of the meeting. I was ED on soon this morning calling in from New Zealand and so it just strikes me that our family is going through. We know what's going on in Boston and New York. And then all of a sudden you hear from somebody across the other side of the world in exactly the same situation. I I can't imagine another time in history when everybody's going to the same thing and they're so such an easy way to connect with people so that you you know that they're going through the same thing. She played some good. Come out of that. I think it is. Yeah thank you thank you for inviting me out into the sun. I would have been sitting there on the other side of the window thinking I was in the best spot but this is the best of the best. Maybe I mean. Maybe it's better for me because I'm lowered. I don't know but I'm I'm not having any wind at all just payroll the flag is flapping to slate with are you. Are you cold up there checkings? Nobody I mean does here. Are you cold? Yeah I mean may sometimes pay to be lower. How's the weather down? I'm GonNa just sit out. You're listening to that. Little Bird Up. There is a steady. He's been there the whole half hour. We've been hearing. She's talking really saying thank. You say it's GonNa be okay song. He's saying the worst is still to count. But we're going to persevere. Well I can't think of anyone would rather be trapped within a beautiful place like this and you some days. That's it for this week I can still see the waves out there but it's pretty dark. I have a good of the wood island lighthouse which flashes a green light over the direction. Maybe that'd be good weather coming. I have reached out to James mcreavy if he might be able to join us next week. from Forster Research. I see that he's been doing some survey work at companies monitoring people's reactions to the corona virus Threat and how different companies are dealing with. So that would be interesting to hear about and then also just either James of somebody who scans reality was such insight that I would be fascinated to get his. Take on everything about this. And and perhaps Particularly given his long study of the media what is changing even as. We're in real time now about the media. And how might the media landscape and the work life landscape be radically changed even when we get to the end of it so with any luck? We'll be you'll be hearing from James mcreavy next week. Please take care yourself and thanks for listening take care bye..
"darlene" Discussed on The Kindle Chronicles
"We have to go to the airport for US and pick it up but I don't know well. We put a sign out. Here cottages. Less people walk their dogs along wanting to find their dog. A new home aren't dog here. I check every dog that comes by. Believe me what you ask if they want do. Hope no no. But they're all big dogs. Actually I haven't seen any little dogs. Go by Sir. I was talking to my young friend today. Just had to lay off people start up. He works and he was telling the people who fired. Nobody is going to think. It's strange that you lost your job so your ability to look for the kind of job you want anywhere. It's almost as if the whole society and economies being rebooted and everybody is going to have a chance to figure out if what they were doing was best suited for them and what they try to do in the future and given all the changes. But that's a great way to put it as long as they can get another job at twenty five percent unemployment. There's going to be a lot of people that just can't get a job. He's talking about him and his wife starting a company somehow doing something on the internet or whatever I mean. They've resources but yeah well. I talked to my best friend yesterday and she was telling about her husband's cousin who is in South Korea watching grandchildren Because the parents of the grant of the grandchildren are like colonels and stuff in the army and everything was going well there. They'd even for a two mile walk and then somebody in their office got tested positive. Now all six of them are quarantine in a small little apartment in South Korea. And I think we're just really realizing that we're not even close to getting this under control. But when we do we're still going to have all these outbreaks it's National Vecsey and tell there's vaccine and South Korea's on such a better job than we did it squashing it but just a little bit depressing got something positive to focus on like a dog. I could dog or being able to sit in the sun and listen to the birds chirp or the right to criticize your dog idea when I bought an IPAD pro. That's GonNa arrive in a week but it just did something that I'm really curious. This is going to be the end of the laptop computer when these tablet computers actually do everything laptop can do and If I get an IPAD troll you ought to be able to get a puppy. Just gotTa find a puppy. Thank you just have to be grateful? Everyday that were alive. Were healthy. Our family members and friends. This point are alive and healthy and if there ever was a time to live one day at a time this is it like everything can be reimagined Dads to okay the place. He's living at taking really good care of everybody. No cases yet talked by ECHO. Show a lot thicker. Show you you talk to your friend. Kristy oil and that was really wonderful. They just drop in. Or how did it work? We'll see texted me that she wanted to know how to drop in and then there was a problem but so I dropped in on her but I think she's got it solved so she can drop it on me now and then you you dropped into her mother who also because she got her mom on because we were telling her about how nice worked for your dad and yes because it was like. He's so great on it and so she got Donna. Got One and she is really enjoying it. So and sometimes even the nurses used to play music and do other stuff with doing activity and cool Yeah it's been really useful. Yeah I you know dead knows how to do facetime. Facetime MY SISTER-IN-LAW UP AT NIGHT. I tell you it's just. It feels like the person's closer especially on the big echo show with a look bigger screen images always so clear. And you don't have to figure out how to hold the iphone while you're doing the face type it's pretty wonderful. Yeah it is. I'M GONNA. I decided I'm just going to set up. Some coffees with some of my friends and If they don't have the echo show than I'll do zoom or something better. I just think it really makes a difference to just have twenty minute coffee well. And you're thinking that's one of the birthday presents I didn't get to yesterday on. Your Birthday. Is to sort of reconfigure. Your facebook why do you want Sir do that? Well so when I first started using it I mean I didn't use it forever and then I I started using it. And so some of my quilted put up and so then people wanted to friend me and so. I just said yes to everybody who wanted to friend me for a while and thinking that it would be other quilters and I'd get to see their work and stuff like that but That didn't really turn out to be true so I have all these people that I don't even know and it's not so much that their work is being shown on it's just everything about them and their families and all the things that people put on facebook put. I don't know these people so I'm not interested so I find that I don't go to facebook so I'm thinking if I cleaned it up and just had people I knew and family and friends and you know people I do. WanNa know what's going on in your lives that I might figure out a better way to use it Think that's true. And then what's the one that you just shows pictures instagram Instagram Janet? Like to get that. That's nice so why not were here. We can do some take some time to do some techno stuff that we don't really have done in the past so and I WANNA learn how to record on zoom so when I talk with my friend my teacher. She critiques quilts. Okay I can Record like do a video of what because she can bring stuff up and circle parts. But so I've got some of the pictures that she circled and stuff. But I don't off you know I'm not doing that. Well if you can record video on Suma up to check that I know that you can record audio. And when I recorded a forty five minute conversation with someone. A few days ago took like ten minutes for the file to be created at the end of the conversation right. But it's still did it. I think it's something about face something that face a screen according or something. I don't know Liz. My niece was talking about. She said she's done it. And that you can do it pretty easily but she said it would be better for us to do it then for screech Susan to try to do it and that send it to us. It'd be better fording. What's on your computer? You're not really doing it through zoom. I know how to do on. Soom doing it yet. So I'm doing it right. But you're recording locally on your computer using something like What's the quicktime. Yeah and it'll it. Records everything on your switch from zoom something else. It would just record your screen right. That's a good idea. Yeah Yeah So. That's what I would like to do. Then I'd like to try that your tech guy in the House that can help you. There's so many cool things you can. Well I learning so. There's this really odd song that Steve. My Guitar Teacher Taught Me in our last lesson three or four weeks ago however long was called Ramblin boy. And it's a song about since he was my pal friend always. We rambled around in the old days. So it's just two guys rambling and then the one guy gets the flu in some kind of a jungle camp and he dies. Kenya guys now saying you know if if when we died. There's somewhere we go. I'll bet you a dollar that he's there so it's a very poignant song and steep picked this song be has the pandemic was arising or not. But it's and it's a beautiful song is just a really simple heartfelt song by Tom. Wait Tom Paxton. And every day I just practice it. I'm going to have it absolutely nailed so I can memorize it. It's just really calming to in. Oddly calming because the song deals with death and flew and friendship and loss but it's turned into something beautiful one to be able to learn it and learn them in court transitions and the picking all that it's at some of the best stuff. I do each day..
"darlene" Discussed on The Kindle Chronicles
"Today is Friday march twenty seventh. And I'm preparing this episode at Park. Main looking out at the ocean at about six twenty so the late is long and yellow beautiful on the waves and I got a good show for you. I hope you enjoyed the conversation that I had with my wife Arlene earlier this morning. Down on the porch looking out at the ocean just after sunrise talking about kindles and Kindle Oasis Echo show and life in self quarantine as we approach the of a two week period of being pretty careful to stick to ourselves here and so far. Neither of US are get symptoms of the flu. I hope you're okay and that you're taking advantage of this very odd time that we're in of isolation and complete rebooting of what we think is normal in the face of a lot of uncertainty and. I'm certain that it's good to be alive. And it's good to be connected to people so thanks for listening and hope you enjoyed the show before we get to the interview. I want to talk to you about news regarding Amazon. And how it's handling the corona virus outbreak pandemic. I thought I might have someone from the company. Be Able to join us. But I made the approach and it wasn't possible to get someone. I'm sure everybody there's pretty busy but I have done some reading online at that has interested me and I want to pass along to the peace which interests me the most that showed up five days ago. March twenty second was Jeff bezos letter to employees on instagram. Took up just three and a half short pages on instagram. And he started it with his traditional dear Amazonian Z- and included a what I like about it is. It's pretty clear to me when Jeff is writing his own stuff. There was that famous post he did on medium when he was basically being black mailed by The national enquirer over photos that have been taken that put him in a bad light and there was a very fierce piece that he wrote and it just sounded like him. I didn't sound like it had been written by committee this letter. Employees had that same personal way of writing that has become characteristic of him. I think you see it in the letters to stockholders each year. He writes a letter that is pretty much straight from the horse's mouth and this had that same tone one statement early on he said. I'm sad to tell you I predict things are going to get worse before they get better and He was thanking employees for their service and characterizing their work In high terms which I think are appropriate because of the essential nature of the work that Amazon is doing. We're seeing it right here in Ocean Park Maine where we're able to buy food. We have a whole foods delivery that which is scheduled to arrive tomorrow. Took a little while to to get it. It's certainly not as fast as it was but knowing what the environment is I find it sort of miraculous that we can sit here in quarantine and order food and have it just delivered to the House and this is I think being done all around the country and in order to recalibrate for the work that Amazon's doing in the face of the current virus Bezos confirmative. That they're hiring. For one hundred thousand new roles. He described it and they're raising wages. Hourly workers fulfilling orders and delivering to customers. He noted that restaurants and bars have been forced to shut doors and he said we hope people who've been laid off will come work with US until they're able to go back to the jobs they had He said that there have been changes. To prioritize the stocking and delivery of essential items and the ones listed specifically were household staples think toilet paper sanitizers baby formula and medical supplies. He also mentioned what is being done for employees. That can't work from home He talked about Preventive Health Measures for employees and contractors. That include Cleaning more frequent cleaning and social distancing arranging the way work happens at all the facilities to meet all the standards of social distancing. He said that Amazon has ordered millions of face masks to give to employees and contractors. Who can't work from home quote but very few of those orders have been fulfilled. This is as a five days ago. He said it's easy to understand why they need to go first to hospitals and clinics. But when our turn comes he he's GonNa make sure that those masks go to employees and partners getting essential products to people. I took it as very good news. That Jeff stated my own time in thinking is now wholly focused on covert nineteen and how Amazon can best play. Its role When Jeff Bezos puts all of his attention on something? That's a massive amount of brain power and will and clear thinking and resources that are going toward it and he one of I think one of the aspects of his leadership that I've been have admired and I've noticed is his ability to focus himself on longer. Time Horizons than I think most. Ceo's do he's looking out five ten years in some cases a lot longer than that at some of his space activity. And I picture his attention and thinking as kind of laser that he's able to direct toward things that he wants to accomplish a picture him being a very distracted person although he he talks about randomness too. I mean he's not a robot for sure. That's a significant statement when I when I see. Jeff bezos say that. He's devoting all of his focus on code nineteen. Then that's I think good things come from that. Oh another thing I saw was that on. His instagram account. Saint Place where I saw this letter to Amazonian. He posted a photo yesterday That showed him having a video conference with the world. Health Organization Director General on how Amazon Is Helping H. W. H. O. Respond TO OVER NINETEEN. And he could see it in kind of a little screen up in this room. His picture was there. He's a short sleeve. Great Jersey and he was speaking into a room that had this Director of WHO and a couple of other. Staffers look like a hand. Sanitizer on on the table pretty serious looked. Everyone's face on this picture that he put up on instagram. And in that post we get to see kind of the other aspects of Amazon's resources being aimed at the crisis he talked about increasing capacity and security for the WHO website. These are things which Amazon's doing through Amazon web services. Aws also deploying machine learning in a I for WHO's epidemic intelligence and that's that's from the open source initiative so somehow you know a and machine learning are central to just everything that goes on Amazon and those resources are now being devoted toward some work is already being done by the WHO and then another aspect of it was translation and transcription of. Who's knowledge catalog as well as logistic support? Dale discussed the urgent need to produce and distribute plentiful Cova nineteen test kits. Another good source for what's going on at the company is the day one which is Amazon blog you can find that at blog dot about Amazon dot com and today there was an update which had more information about. Aws that talk about a partner of AWS named Conduit C. O. N. D. U. E. N. T. described as a business process and services company. And they have the ability to help governments at different levels track. Cova one thousand nine hundred spread and the product that Condo went has is named Maher Maven. It's a disease surveillance management platform and it's part it's powered by AWS. And until June thirtieth conduct is going to waive the software license fee. That normally would apply for use of this software. Maven to make available for qualifying state and territorial health agencies to fight cove nineteen I saw another thing that. Mit is taking a lead in this. And some of the other countries China I think South Korea they've There have been Ways to track people using their iphones which obviously raises privacy issues but giving a macro big data ways to understand and perhaps control the spread of the virus based on people who are known to have tested positive with it that assumes having more tests than we have at this point and then just using location technology as a tool that it seems like obviously we would be powerful and at this point Mit and then also this company that's working with aws. Conduit are working in that direction. Which could could really help us down the road. Another post at day one was talking about the ways. Alexa is being deployed to help.
Finding Peace Amidst Chaos
"So let's jump right into the Zenko on a shared at the end of the last podcast episode. Two monks were arguing about the temple. Flag waving in the wind. One said the flag moves the other said the moves. They argued back and forth but could not agree weaning. The Sixth Patriarch said Gentlemen. It is not the flag that moves. It is not the wind that moves. It is your mind that moves. The two monks were struck with awe. I think this Cohen is very appropriate with the topic of the discussion today and quite honestly with the observations that we make on almost any Argument that you see on social media or in person right in this picture. These two people standing there arguing about whether it's the win that moves or it's the flag that moves and we see that in almost any conversation right two completely different perspectives. Both trying to get the other one to see what the the way the other one perceives it and I shared this on the Patriot group and got some thoughts that I wanted to share from some of the people who are in the group and the first one comes from site who says quote okay so my initial reaction was to argue with monks by thinking the flag and the win the both move why rush to impart my own judgment. We Nang reminded me why my mind moved close quote. I really liked that. I think like site today. It's very common for us to approach this immediately. Have our answer and say like citation said the the flag and the winner both moving data will of course that makes sense because that's how I perceive it but that's the reminder right the right then what happened. It was my mind that moved now. I really liked that. Thank you say and I wanNA share with Stefan shared in the group as well. He said Both monks are seeing the same thing and proceeding it completely differently. Neither is wrong or right. Who Nag noted the sense? They were physically seen since what they were. Seeing was the exact same thing. The only difference was in their perception and therefore they're moving mind was the only variable in this situation close quote and yes again echoing citation said. I think that's that's a really neat way to look at this. That the variable Stefan says is the moving mind and man. Isn't that true in? Almost anything can take almost anything. This is the what's at the heart of the teaching of the six blind men describing the elephant right. You have this thing. That's the same thing in everybody's perceiving that completely differently and that's the that's the situation that we're faced with. There's no way for us to be able to make everyone perceives. Something the same way. Just can't happen and you we all know this. We know this from any news article. Any conversation on social media any and you're going to have to people Come and approach it entirely differently ensures. Sometimes you get someone who uses the same way you do but we've all encountered somebody who see something very differently from how we view it and and that's what was taking place here that's what what This co on teaching. So I WANNA share with. David said David says it seems that this co on touches. Perception and interdependence there is an external world out there and we can only proceed through our senses and ultimately our mind so both monks perceived the same object the same objective reality differently that in the end it is just the way their mind interprets it and this is also related interdependence the flag and the wind are both needed to generate the experience amongst are observing and so is the mind the that observes the phenomenon. I I like what David is expressing their with that concept that of interdependence in this without the wind you don't have the flag moving without the flag moving You don't have wind blowing and that's how all things are right. So seeing the interdependent nature of things in this co- on is a really cool way to interpret it and finally I want to share darlene thoughts. She says Quotes what a fascinating co on. My interpretation is that the flag and the wind are concepts which only exists in our minds. We eventually perceive reality filtered through language or narratives about the world and our nervous systems and mistake these perceptions for unfiltered reality. Therefore the movement is a product of our minds. Close quote and yes. I think that is a common concept that is found in Buddhist teachings which is that the external world that we see exists in our minds in other words. The way I see what's out there has everything to do with what's happening in here and and we tend to think that what's happening here is happening because of what's happening out there and sure that's true to a certain degree but if you're going to recognize that you've got to recognize the reverse. Which is that was happening out. There is interpreted the way we perceive it. Because of what's happening in here and this to me point said Alan Watts concept of the do happening. I think I've mentioned before word. Is this like this constant interplay between the doing and the happening and things are happening so that causes the doing and because things are being done that causes things to be happening. So everything's just that balance of the do happening and that to me is what Darlene is kind of explaining here where the way the mind perceives affects what we perceive what we're perceiving makes the mind perceive in a certain way in the end they play on each other constantly happening that way. Now I WANNA share some of my thoughts around the same teaching and then correlate this with the topic of the podcast episode for this week so the idea of finding peace amid chaos. I think this is good timing Like I mentioned the last podcast episode the whole world for the most part. We're all experiencing a very similar experience right now. This is why you need at least in in modern times that were were all sharing a very similar experience. That's unfolding similarly for people all over the world the intensity and the scale is different based on where you are but it seems like there's no part of the world now that's untouched by the corona virus and the spread of this Kobe. Nineteen earlier this week. I was asked to share some of my thoughts regarding how we can find peace amidst chaos considering that again. We're all in this chaotic time. And I wanted to share the audio of my response to that question because I think that fits in well with Cohen and and with the concept of moving mind. Here's the audio of the response that I shared with regards to the question. How do we find peace in the midst of chaos? I WANNA share some thoughts regarding the idea of finding peace in the midst of chaos in the midst of the situation that we're going through with this corona virus and the thoughts. I WANNA share pertain to the idea of wanting to find peace in the midst of chaos. I think The very fact that we're looking for peace in the midst of chaos sets us up with the mindset of trying to avoid discomfort and oftentimes are discomfort arises because we're trying to not Experience any discomfort and the truth. Is that at times. Life is uncomfortable and as we're all experiencing now sometimes it's very uncomfortable and the fear that arises out of uncertainty is real the discomfort that arises from the break in our ordinary routine. It's real because we're creatures of habit. We're social creatures when we can't socialize the way that we're used to that creates anxiety and wanting to not feel that discomfort only aggravates the discomfort so the thought. I wanted to share around. The idea of looking for peace in the midst of chaos would be to perhaps look inward into reflect on. Where does that need for peace? Come from in the first place. Why am I not resilient to The discomforts that arise in life in other words. Can I become more comfortable with discomfort? And I think that's a good place to start with when we're looking inward because the truth is we can't control what's happening outside of
New Hampshire hopes to clarify unsettled Democratic contest
"At this polling site in Manchester people lined up before the doors opened at six AM says poll worker Darlene Wilkins everyone filing and they're all excited because were first in the nation primary New Hampshire is a political power house no Democrat in modern history has ever become the party's presidential nominee without finishing first or second in the state it's a great experience were so lucky Manchester New Hampshire is on the masses the chaotic Iowa caucuses it now falls to New Hampshire to begin narrowing the democratic field would still features almost a dozen candidates I'm Julie Walker
"darlene" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"That so this is like my eighteenth nineteen that's right that's exactly right we are Darlene on your yeah are you calling in brick lane Boker that's what art a lot too and charred names that's exactly right for sure was a Chardonnay that's right and then we went into sparkling wine and champagne so that we just kept expanding and we always have a great time and we've got a fun time media audio but today is known as Elmer Tommy Lee yeah he for the Elmer T. leave that will be enjoying Tommy is the general manager of the devil awful Geneva store lounge in the cigar city of Tampa and also the senior executive vice president of spirits procurement for the three corona cigar stores in Orlando and the debit offer G. restore lounge here in Tampa and is always Tommy it's a very important element because Tommy one of the things that Jeff Porsche what's the order of corona you take pride in you have probably I believe the largest selection of spirits probably anywhere I would say not only in the state but could be the southeast but here's what's great you do a lot of your own single barrels as you select which are very unique but not only do you have the super expensive very rare in a special cabinet which you have more the model of price spirit still can't find about looking at the dell wars did you have and you've got Elmer T. Lee we've got eagle where we've got Blanton's I mean electric we got everything here in order to give you a big selection right and the fact is many bars and say we don't need all the selection but that's what makes it so unique great cigar selection incredible spirit selection as well did you travel up to Kentucky on a regular basis and select the barrels not as much alike but while I'm waiting for Jeff fight me on the next trip so that I can give my two cents the second one to come through so we should all go he brings the cigars as a board via sounds great alright so we have left off we started off with the buffalo trace white dog of the Hudson whiskey do your court those are what is considered moonshine or the white lightning the white dogs the reason is it is the wrong distillate clear distillate before or the bottom before actually goes into the charred oak barrels and ages she got a different taste experience we tried the coopers crafter very moderately priced my old church of Bourbon from brown Forman the dry fly Washington wheat from the Pacific Northwest very smooth sweet very very balanced nice the mixtures posted beryl which I really enjoyed unique taste again top shelf then we have the Blanton's single barrel water notes of some cloven some spice sweetness then we had the eagle rare single barrel incredibly smooth now we're going to go to the Elmer T. Lee which also comes to us from buffalo trace correct big buffalo trace fan why everyone's there Berman so my that's my favorite stores for roses or roses interesting wise for rose is your favorite I just love I love the Bourbons of the multiple I think they get the ten mass bolts of like how they just blend stuff together when they do their limited editions well it's interesting because the first single barrel that I ever had that Jeff gave them for the first one we did was the first one nobody wanted it exactly we've had Jim Rutledge Jon many right now it's right now it is a new mastoid master distiller and religious doing his own Bourbon now Green Kentucky I didn't know they will have to walk the talk about Crim the Kentucky I make it sound as the crime of Kentucky ram the creme de Kentucky very very nice now you gonna make me want us break out sing in my old Kentucky home one more time all right so next up we're going to before we get into the Elmer T. Lee over there might cut the first of the cocktail now tell me it is my understanding that in addition to being the senior executive VP of spirits procurement of the GM here that are stored lounge you're also a master a master mixologist F. master flavors measure flavors are not tell me we've got a black man had once is different from a regular man he take the suite from without you put in on a more it is what well it's the D. just devotes better bass teacher stepho found mainly in central Europe Italy is down form a teacher Stephen yet they just do it justice this is the this is coming back now and it's an eighteen sixty cocktails when it's been created and this is served in a nice Bourbon glass for choosing a martini glass I put in a Bourbon glass I like this better this is more more masculine look at the cherry you just take the server move out to the better now is this the cherry the special cherry axes yeah the more for it so we'll talk about that but I just talk about it now samadhi Dave because dental Connor good friend for breakthrough beverage said I got a bottle of Woodford reserve cherries did you have to try that I'm going to send this was the body a day yeah they've been aged in Woodford reserve yeah they're great for cocktail guard deserves Alex and in marinades very nice very delicious delicious well now I should tell you that's different than a regular maraschino cherry a bout a sweep the loss with this what I can ever yeah it's all you're getting your drinking would serve would agree have about a hundred of those things sure that's the danger I don't really like maraschino cherries Niles is a weakness they're like candy this was delicious this is almost like a Bing cherry yes well certain situations cherries can be very unpleasant yeah yes so we'll say cheers who I won't know what to make this tells the resources two ounces of four rows are single borrow a hundred and twenty proof an ounce of four or more three dashes of Agnes store bidders stirred strain into a glass and thoughtful chart very nice I this board I think that that's actually I used to work there on that one let's sweeter than that now tell you this is to me it's not overly sweet love so this is a nice Alfa libation and what what's popular the old fashioned or Manhattan by so fast yeah that's what brought the size rock is died they were doing says read for awhile but the old fashioned we sell by the end of the year will go through five barrels a Bourbon through the man that I mean the old fashioned Justin at the apple store absolutely delicious we go to tons of it nice job Tommy the black men and it will have all the recipes as well as our tasting notes of a listing of all the twenty three Bourbon is an American whiskies at cigar Dave dot com so you could take a printed PDF sheet right to your retailer and see the tasting notes and end up pick whatever Bourbon you'd like and one of the suggestions I make get about a dozen fifteen people over there throw some steaks on the grill or some sales hot dogs or ribs have everybody kick in twenty Bucks your team people got three hundred Bucks you can go out and buy four five bottles of into a nice vertical tasting her and that's the thing you've got to compare you can just taste one you have to compare to other things and one of the things are gonna compare now since you already had seven is the Elmo T. Lee made at the British still buffalo trace factory tell me about this I consider him one of the most modern people to read change the face of Bourbon because he created the single bar we change eagle rare to a single barrel somebody came up with the something you like to drink a lot which was a sour mash which is basically the fermentation of an old usually it's about twenty percent the lead role in after they racked authorized to go into the the new widely an awfully source so that one would take twenty percent of the the match the match bill they'll leave still there in this manner the whole record and then at all the new water interesting east corrals so you've got a little old to store and there and the new that's the simple way of explaining it and that's correct way and that's what a sour mash it does sound does not necessarily sour and what they call hard so we'll see cheers on this and it's a single barrel down the role on this get a little soul almost orange in yeah I'd be good arms of the barrel yeah whoa just this dangerous move dangerous move definite sizzle on the way down but it doesn't linger now it's peppery sizzle on the way down now there's something called the Kentucky chew where when you taste Bourbon yep I can't remember which distort was that date me I'll be Jimmy wasabi giving Russell from while thirty it was Jimmy Russell control the Kentucky shoot your mouth as we that Jimmy on is that what you're putting about this show but look what email specter lingering there and you get all your whole palette right on the front of the summer I got onto was like a little slow sweet essences asking sorry good so this I would say is more the medium medium plus in terms of flavour strength definite notes I would say of pepper what a spice with that sizzle that hits the back in and dissipates rather quickly so not all the warmth but definite sizzle next up we moved to Woodford reserve for the Woodford reserve the Woodford double barrel now somebody day Woodford reserve we featured one of our pleasure for us we have the Abbasid they brought the big number that big thing showing them sure their mash with the with the the actual mash bill what does the bottle they've been doing this from eighteen twelve his distillery was created out there and then during prohibition they did medical sales so you could still get it with the doctor's prescription for medicinal purposes only purposes so really nice ninety point four percent out or proof it's going to be clean you're going to get some honey amber off of it this could be really rich with dried fruits and it's gonna be at the end region truly round smoothed complexes citrus mint and coca definitely getting on the nose picture it try to identify it maybe some men sweetness yeah little mint tea almost in oranges it's the only a single barrel that we could do with it you have to take two barrels and you blend them together make your barrel now just take two different barrels this is nice not a lot of warmth nice flavor on it this isn't a ninety prove this is the time yeah but you don't want to prove scare you away now that's a local for Bourbon ninety well definitely Ornish almost a little lemon they've won a lot of awards since nineteen ninety nine all the way up the last year.
Becoming a Product Leader is Product Management
"It sterling Darlene leads product for the financial and business services team. She's he's been product management for almost the entirety of career and she learned fairly early on how much she enjoys leading teams in darlings experience being both an individual contributor here and now a product leader one of the key differences between those two roles being a leader in product means something very different then having deep knowledge about that product or the process although individual contributors are expected to in shouldn't know those things right and there's a lot that kind of changes as you grow into a leadership role. You know a good book that I liked that describes the differences between the different levels and product is escaping the bill trap by Melissa. Perry I think she does a really nice job of describing that. But I'm going to a few things it's not just at the role becomes more strategic. It does us. And you're expected to define the strategy and product vision but there's more to it you set the brand for the product team and really have to work very hard hard to deliver on that brand constantly reinforced that to the teams. And that means that you need to help teach people how to work as well and how to be comfortable with the process of learning one of the challenges are one of the key things I find to be helpful. There is really just understanding that your role is really about creating a lot of visibility ability and insight into how your team works and what kind of defines the brand of your product team. For example common bond I did this by defining defining kind of six key principles that I expect the product team to deliver and I was very vocal about that and it wasn't just about telling the team to do it and kind of isolating isolating ourselves in that way we had been on all the walls I shared it with you. Know My Fellow executive team I talked to. Hr about it. I created goals framework. I'm worried about it and and really made sure that people understood that. That's what's expected from them and it's that constant reinforcement that really helped to define the brand and define who we were as a team team. The second thing that's very different is that it's two jobs. Effectively people look to you as a product leader for product guidance guidance and definition and all the things that they're supposed to do in product but they also look to you for guidance in how to grow and develop and the realities similar to the wait. You don't have all the answers for product. It's inherently ambiguous role right. You're not GonNa have all these answers for the team but the constantly looked you for clarity now think about it. This seems a little bit in conflict with what product management is which is peaking uncertainty or ambiguity or ideas. Then just figuring out like how are you going to bring them to life in that practice. You don't have hold the answer. So how can you expect to have all the answers in terms of how to guide folks. I know things just got very confusing and hard there but with that requires you to do is. It's you have to be in a position to not only encourage learning but almost most demanded from your team and kind of facilitate the environment. Were they're able to do that. I got some great advice years ago. And it's something that's stuck with me in a very profound profound way and this really falls into that leadership bucket of things. I saw the CEO of Josh Works. Speak and he was talking to us about culture but he. He said he spent some time really identifying what his values were as a leader. Like what worked. What didn't work what he valued in value and he wrote the town and he shared that with everyone who worked on his team or the entire organization and I was like well? That's that's kind of interesting so I spent some time kind of understanding what my personal values are as the leader and what I expect what works for me. What doesn't work for me and I apply that a common bunt when I met with the team and I was new at the time I shared that with the team and I made sure that they understood? So there's always contacts on this point of reference that I can show. Hey listen you know one of my values is you know there's there's no US versus them. There's only us we're all in this together. And that's how we're going to behave as a company in his teams and stakeholders so I can always you know vice. All things that were in conflict with that I can always always opened up the conversation and every new person who joined the team. I do that with. I'd say that's important for product leaders to do If they can in addition to driving product strategy and Growth Darlene says good leaders must take responsibility ready for growing their teams definer teams operating principles and communicate that value to the larger organization. She says as a product leader. What stirling's Day to day look like and how does she find time to encourage learning the day-to-day varies a lot? You know I find that. I spend a lot a lot of day revisiting. Our strategy revisiting our vision and looking at what the teams are working on the tactical things that the teams are working on and prioritizing and just making sure that we're continuing to reinforce that but a lot of the day to day is also removing obstacles for your team to be able to deliver on those goals. And I spent a lot lot of my time as well teaching teaching others like. Hey have you thought about approaching this in one way or poaching it in another way because learning is so important I rededicate a part of everyday to learning what some good practices are out in the world. Because it's important that you know it's not only that you expect your team to kind of gather inspiration and in an information from other places but you need to figure out a way to bring that back to the team and then of course you know where there are gaps or where you identify that there are gaps in some of the skill sets that that that your team has to jump in there and either coach them on how to get better at that or how to fill that gap or in some cases you have to show them by. Doing you have to demonstrate. This is how we're going to approach this. Go try it and let's see what happens.
How Nutrition Helped My Health
"Tino we know. Welcome back to dishing up nutrition because you have been on the show several times before it's been a couple of years but welcome back to the show and we just I want to start out with you know we have some new listeners. They probably haven't heard your story before heard about your family members. When did you start working? Being with the nutritionist here at nutritional weight and wellness. How did you get introduced to this? Real food concept. Well Hello and thanks for having me today. I I became aware of nutritional weight and wellness when Darlene ca vis the founder of nutritional weight and wellness. I started this radio show about thirteen to fourteen years ago at the time. My knowledge of nutrition consisted of what I learned from. TV ADS and the tips and tricks that I learned at the Health Club. While I was working out I was drinking a lot of Diet.
"darlene" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"Let's bring closure. Listen. I don't know what the hell closure is that was the end of it. I don't know what closure is on. How does the thing is end is maybe. We won't talk about it as much, but I don't even see that happening anymore. It's less painful every time it's gonna like picking a scab off a little cut. First time leads like Ellen next. I'm not too much. This is going to lead somewhere. Well, nothing's happened. So. The police investigated the idea that Darlene Farren had been killed by someone. She knew Darlene Farren was very popular person as a waitress in a local diner there. She had many fans, and of course, many male admirers, and like many people her age she liked having fun that meant drinking or doing other things. But she definitely likes having a good time in that included having fun with her friends. Michael Joe was one of the people. She counted among her friends, Michael and his twin brother had met, Darlene at the diner where she worked and like many other male customers there they developed a friendship with her that sometimes extended beyond her work hours. There are a lot of stories about Darlene. Dating other men and doing other things like that. And so it's easy to believe that she was dating a lot of different men and one of them could have been the zodiac. Well, she had just turned twenty one. So. Like to go out and dance. She in some of the other waitresses would go out. To go out occasionally with them. She still had friends firm when she was had lived in San Francisco. She's go down and see exactly what they did. I there's all kinds of rumors down there that was drug connection. And that was her boyfriend or whatever, you know, some of the police talk.
"darlene" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"To they were asking me all rumors are this. She was having a lot of affairs. Well, I would like to believe she wasn't. But I know this. She likes to go out as far as Michael Joe or. His name one of those things that are trying to put on my head. I would like to believe that's not true. But I don't have any way to confirm or deny. But where did Joe stand with Darlene? Michael Michaud today talks about their relationship in terms of that he wanted to marry her and all kinds of things. But at the time, it appears that they were just friends, maybe he had a very strong crush on her. There's no evidence that she ever responded or reciprocate in that way. At the time. She was married to somebody else. And he was being rather abusive, and I helped her find a place to live with a friend of mine, and from there, we got to be better friends ended up getting married to limit sooner than we may have thought back in those days was a little bit different. Now. It's good girls. Don't get pregnant when they're single, and we kind said, okay. Accent. We'd planned on getting married anyway, it was pushed up a little bit. And although there are a lot of stories about Darlene. Dating other men and doing other things like that. There's no solid evidence behind any of that. I think a lot of that is warmer. A lot of that comes up years later. Darlene Farren is like the Laura Palmer of the zodiac case, Laura. Palmer was the victim in the famous TV series, twin peaks, and of course in that series. That.
"darlene" Discussed on Ask Me Another
"Until of course. Yes. People know you as the Christmas Queen from twenty-five years on David Letterman. How did that meeting? I happen doing a show and Paul Shaffer invited David down to see the show one night. And the next night. He went back to his show. And he said I just heard the greatest Christmas song. Just unbelievable. And he said we need to get that girl on our show and the next night. I got this phone call from the producers and the David wants me to do is show us a child. I'm busy. You just can't pick up the phone and call me and I'm run down. I wanted to when anyway, I was so excited so three or four nights later, I went on data show. And I thought it was going to be the one time right after that it was year after year after you when you wanna talk about a friend in need if rand indeed that was really lit up my life as far as my career. Was concerned because people started hiring me all over the country, you know, at Christmas Christmas, but and then they wanted me to think Christmas baby, please come home, even in the summertime, I said, but if I did what would you you wouldn't have anything wait for so no, I sing it till about January the twenty. You have a off. And then in two thousand eleven you were inducted into the rock and Roll Hall of fame. Bette midler in a glowing speech said, no voice. Drove me crazy earlier than Darlene loves I mean, you're still touring you work like crazy. And I just wonder so many people as they're saying career progresses loses some of their range. Your voice is pristine you. I mean, what do you do to keep your voice in such good shape when I'm working? I do what you call voice rest vocal risks. And I tell my second physiology will know what vocal Risley is it means to shut up. Sara Lee husband is so used to it. He said Bush's on voice rest of this week. When my friends would go. Hey, how you doing? I go, I'm fine. But you voice with I say, yeah. Really and truly my life was about the show one everything. Yeah. Wanted my voice to be as perfect as it could be when I work, and my doctor you how do you take care of you throw it? What do you do? And I tell him he said, that's what I tell. My patients say what can now get your salary. Darlene. Are you ready for an ask me another challenge of? Okay. You're going to love it, Darlene. You've collaborated with many legendary musicians, including Elvis Presley matter of fact, your part.
"darlene" Discussed on Ask Me Another
"Love of gospel music. Please welcome, Darlene. Love. Welcome. Welcome welcome. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. So I wanna start right? From the beginning, you grew up as a preacher's daughter. Yes. When did you? Discover non gospel music. Didn't do it at home. No. We couldn't listen to rock and roll or rhythm and blues are any of that kind of music growing up in my family. Yeah. It wasn't allowed. They call it the devil's music. I don't know what they call when they were growing up. But when we come. So I had girlfriends who would listen to the rhythm and blues stations. So that's where I started listening and all the music that I end up loving today. When Morgan Neville, who is the director of twenty feet from stardom was having the idea that he wants to do documentary, and you were the very first interview. And then supposedly he reported back to the producers. I don't know what documentary we could do backup singers. But we could do an entire documentary about Darlie love. When he came to talk to you is there is something very specific that you wanted the world to know about the world of being a backup singer. We see everything I bet you do we saw hole. You know, we. Other side of what people don't see, you know, because they see the artists when they're on the stage with twenty feet behind but we behind to right, right? We know about the party's we know about everything that the entertainers do, and we know their families, you know, so what they did on the road. I mean is there kind of tale? That would be okay to share is there. Okay. No. But I do say when I work with Tom Jones. It was a lot of fun. And he used to have all these parties, you know, after the show is over. But the group was saying with the blossoms we would never go to the parties because we heard what they did at the parties. So one night Tom Jones came down to our room with his body. Go and say, how can we all come to parties we said because we jail doing a whole lot of things that departs ladies, and we don't want to be a part of that. We don't do that kind of stuff come on. So we started going to their parties, and they were very nice. But every time the blossoms got ready to leave. They would say the blossoms gone come on. Ladies come on. Right. You learn how to take care of yourself when you own the road. It was grateful the blossoms because we would three girls we kind of protected one another because there were times when it got a little rough out there. You know with gentlemen. Sure calling them gentlemen, now, it'd be Jag as..
"darlene" Discussed on Ask Me Another
"Thank you. Thank you Jonathan happy summer everybody. It's beautiful. Right. This right now, we're we're in the perfect place. This is the sexually real submarine Brooklyn. How's your summer? It's going pretty well the kids are out of school. So that's terrible. Right, right. You've got to see their little shiny faces every morning every evening. I always think it's going to be a relaxing vacation. But it's now it's actually more work than I ever. Did. It was right. Because you've got to look at them all the time. Right. Yeah. It's terrible. Do you play games that the kids have to you have to what do they do? They like that keep asking daddy. Please play. Like, I'm not your daddy. But you've also been performing right? I have. Yeah. I've played recently at this. Celebrate Brooklyn in prospect park, which was. Critical was me opening for superchunk opening for Aimee Mann, which is a weird Bill. We made it work. That's like musical Dunkin. This is similar in Brooklyn. I think is kind of amazing. I had also some Canadian I've I've Canadian relatives. I'm from Canada. We walk amongst you undetected, and they came to visit me, and you know, it's a great they come here. They have certain expectations and either New York is living up to them. Or your New York is not meeting them. That's kind of how it works. And of course, this all breaks apart. When you course, you're on the subway. They took the subway. And they were like what's that smell? And I was like that is urine rats that is and they're like, I'm like, no, it's urine rats that is a smell of when you're in and rats meat. They make the smell of an F train. So we have four brilliant contestants. They are backstage right now. They're going to be out here playing some of our nerdy games. And we game that is all about tourism ads. Do you have a favorite one? I grew up in a state that the big tourist industry, of course, Connecticut. Yeah. Sure. So we didn't have. Trying to think what people would go to Connecticut horn. Sure. Yeah. Right. Luckily, we didn't have a lot of tourists cents. But I do remember they tried at some point. And the slogan was better yet. Connecticut. We'd better yet. Connecticut, doesn't he can't problem one? And also really is. Is it always Connecticut, always better than anything? You can think of or maybe are the things that are better than Connecticut. Right. Right. Like, should we go swimming in the sewer better yet, Connecticut? How about we go to Connecticut? Instead that makes sense. That's the worst. Our special guest tonight is amazing singer. And actress Darlene love. Yeah. So excited. Darlene love or as my ex would call her, Darlene. I don't believe in labels. All right. We're gonna have a great time. Let's get the game's going everybody. Let's meet our contestants. I up Liz, Allan, you're a children's librarian. Hello. Hello. Thank you. So when you ring in we're going to hear this. And your opponent is Jeffrey Fastow, you just graduated college. Exciting. Very exciting..
"darlene" Discussed on Ask Me Another
"Okay this one's a bit different is a tourism ad encouraging citizens of a country and not to go abroad for a vacation which country the policy pokes it's just no worth this supposed to all the why would anyone to go gold in twenty i mean there are so many of those run the country like the cleveland's diamond jubilee liz england yeah that's right the united kingdom we'll accept england that's weird that's the seeds of brexit right there all right this is your last clue can you identify the destination this video is about peacefully on bessis lose a black bear but don't worry he's spent he won't go on any more many years old faithful has played with average regularity everybody sixty five minutes liz oh boy okay i feel like it's talking about yellowstone yes dog you bill yellowstone that is correct also i'm sure you heard that wolf wolf a black bear now is not what bear say now no and they're not friendly it's like don't worry he's friendly no he's not there he's there don't talk to doesn't wolf and don't go near you won't bother you yes he will see we'll yeah stop bones sleep with stakes in your face he's going to great game and liz you one so you're headed to the final round coming up we'll find out who will face off against liz in our final round and talk to darlene love who is one of rolling stone's top one hundred singers of all time she's listed right between patti smith and me after a vodka in my shower i'm off your eisenberg and this has asked me another from npr.
"darlene" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour
"That i get but nobody including his mother darlene brings up any of the ways in which policy might affect his future right education policy for example they're talking all about how gender fluid kid is treated in school and education policy never comes up which is fine but then you're not really engaging politics like you're not really doing a show about how to fix political disagreements and it's the same thing with the fact that dj's daughter his wife is still serving in the military and his daughter is black in the episodes that we've seen nobody talks about race ever isn't really likely that a family where there's a black granddaughter would come out of this election with this having been a major rift in the family and nobody ever talks about or thinks about it maybe i'm wrong maybe different families engaged with politics in different ways i certainly know families that view politics very tribally an art nestle sarily breaking down issues but when they come up either we'll brush them off like we don't talk about that at the table i've certainly known many families with political disagreements to view the the times politics comes up as a kind of oh we don't talk about that here i didn't love the first episode in the first episode centers on the political dispute between roseanne and jackie in part just because it was it was kind of cartoonish jackie in particular they have not found their footing i think with jackie yet i think that's the season at least in the three episodes we've seen but the engagement with politics away what's frustrating with how much this show now intersects with politics because of the discussion around it politics are almost kind of a red herring in that in that first episode there i mean i mean like they're just a device to sort of serve up this conflict between roseanne and jackie that has to get sorted out in the first episode but i don't necessarily get the feeling that this is a family that sits around comfor.
"darlene" Discussed on Post Show Recaps
"Is ddp walking her into there're there their the hq room of the big investigation the python investigation showing darlene everything the fbi knows about f society about the five nine hack about all the people that are involved basically making it clear to her like you think that you you're you can play cute with me and be clever and so you don't know anything and you want an attorney on we know so much we have you have no idea how much we know we have everything you are screwed and she takes her into that room and shows her and it it starts with them walking darlene through the office and everybody is getting up from their desks and peaking their heads over there cubes and like looking at this person like oh you get the idea that this that darlene being there as kind of a big deal and then we see it on the map and not only is it a great sequence in terms of staging and the way it shot but it also serves to remind us if we want to take our time with it when you call it the blast doormat if you want to try to sort out the meta of the show this tells us everything the fbi does and doesn't know it establishes who they've talked to it establishes what they think the connections are it establishes what connections they don't know exists who they have in what boxes we spent some time podcasting about this when it when it happened josh and i think that it's worth revisiting at least this scene to realize the fbi knows a lot and there're this this key player even if we want to describe it as a battle between price in white rose the fbi is out there and ddp is out there and they know allott they've been sitting on a lot.
"darlene" Discussed on I Do Podcast
"In don today show we have darlene lancer and we had darlene on way back on episode forty eight in i believe we talked about what to do with a breakup right dealing with breakup guinean together so danny whether you should move on or what to do if you stay together yes sir of that speaks to you hopefully we apologise if you're going through that as a tough thing by if that speaks you episode 48 with darlene but on today's show episode double that over w i leave that were like in the 100s we talked to darlene about dealing with a partner or if you personally are a perfectionist in this definitely hits home i am a perfectionist when it comes a certain things keeping a clean car and a green at room i am not a perfectionist said there will be the first to tell you however upset she might be about that but as gotta lego legislates ago and that's why we work so well together but i am a perfectionist when it comes to other things in it's definitely something that i'm always trying to work on and it can be detrimental to our relationship so i'm sure there's a lot of you out there who can relate either personally or with a partner and there's a lot of great tools in tactics that darlene provides today to help navigate that for yourself or dealing with a partner who is a perfectionist in there's a wide range of perfectionist perfectionism is in.