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"david messer" Discussed on Whimsically Volatile

Whimsically Volatile

07:44 min | Last month

"david messer" Discussed on Whimsically Volatile

"Big to kill us. She's gonna kill 'cause you are really into the action of. How can you imagine the public liability insurance bill of having those three actresses in a car driven by lily. Tomlin how incredible. What about lilly driving in i heart huckabee's in really well and is in the driver seat sitting next. Dustin hoffman in the passenger seat screaming at david a russell. It is one of my favorite things ever all my particularly when the anger turns on dustin or yes. We have to play that. I'm glad you mentioned that. Have you ever heard this karen. No i haven't had it on. My lillies bit alexander from from i heart huckabee's like there was so much tension on set and it was such a nightmare to make these huge explosion between lily and david russell and they're actually like on tape while ray to listen to it like four in the morning when you're like how the real fun stuff too like could on. Would that be before. Or after the judy tapes. The drunk judy tapes drunk judy tapes or right around the same time when the party is over. That is when like your friends. Start to look at your to like. This is really. I know what we call select crowd. That's when like the riffraff. Take a hike and the connoisseurs. Turn up the boombox. When i serve the drunk judy tapes. It's really. It's not a good sign for my mental state. It's a good time though. But i know what you're saying. Yeah absolutely or rather when we quote it to each other. That's always fun too because it's real easy to stop us. Leave me alone. Do you know what the fuck is going on. Period of the headed up to here. Who's reacting to. What for sakes duck you motherfucker. Fuck you fuck you get the fucking thing together. Fuck you yeah bullshit. That's why we spent five and five or six fucking hours doing something else. No god dammit you fucked it up. God damn new kids straight out in health. If you can't you can't help them help me right back you to macau set apart. I don't even give. Oh shut up shut up you shut the fuck up to will do shoot the fucking thing right now. You'll get real all the show. I'll be angry. she's angry. That'll be good. Shooter shoots care a lot of fun. She's such an out and swear jake. Let's get a little bit into your history with ninety five because not only. Is this one of your favorite films of all time and has been since childhood. But you've actually spent time with all three of the ladies. I started watching this movie. When i was probably three We had a bootleg of it. On betamax won't couple of tapes. We had nine five. And we had jane fonda workout right right so i grew up with this movie in a really big wage. All i wanted to watch. I was born in nineteen seventy eight so it was just this massive part of my childhood so it was always my dream to to meet the trifecta their nuclear. You know they're the holy trinity trinity. Yes fight finally lily. Tone was the last one that i that i hadn't met. Because before that you'd not only met jane will get into but you interview dolly parton for british television special. Yeah got to do a Like a half hour. Tv special. Call when jake dali where i got to interview in. Spend a day with her and it was. It was just like one of one of the scariest days of my life. Like i really was a sort of an out of body out of my head. Very very stressed out had a lot of fun. I've never seen the special. It's really good. And i know the funny thing is for those who don't know he won't watch anything that he's in particularly if he's speaking for a really. Don't watch myself like on. Things are speaking performing a but but especially that of never. I've never seen it. It was really sweet getting to do it. Which was so sweden. I had some lovely moments with her and got to ask some really fun questions and got to like you know. Meet all the people behind the scenes and it was a very special day for me. I will never ever forget it and then i found out years later i m a distance distance. Distant cousin dolly. Parton that wild i. We came some kind of like great to the fifteenth time grandfather. We share grandfather from like eighteen named david messer. My mother is is. My whole family is from that area on those mountains So anyways so got to do that. And then i became friends with jane fonda. That vivian bond took me to go see carrie. Fisher's opening night on broadway doing wishful drinking. Yeah i think it was. I think that was the show. I mean i know is the character. Carrie fisher's opening night on broadway so we went and we were hanging out the after party and i remember. We were all kind of sitting at this bank. Cat and jan was to our left. Vivian i were sitting there talking. Heidi home came down and sat with us and talk. That was really fun to get our refer and and and then patty like you know. I'm going to go to bed tonight. Everyone she got up and left. And then suddenly i remember this like this lady sat down with a really grating voice and really like a. I don't know she was this this. This woman sat down suddenly. You know my heart started racing. Like oh my god. We're going to get trapped here. And vivian and i said if we don't stand up right now an introduce ourselves to jane fonda we are going to regret it for the rest of our lives right and we just looked at the woman we were like skewed over to you know had like an entourage of there's a whole bunch of people sitting there and vivian reached over and she said jane. I'm vivian. bond. Such a pleasure to meet you and i was like high shake and then suddenly from her right. Her son goes. Oh my god moms. That is still her son. And daughter-in-law were super fans of scissor sisters and would go. Some of the early dates were at our shows and well anyway. Suddenly we were all like you know in a in a conversation and whatnot and we all became friends and then jane invited me to go down to atlanta to do national workout day with her end. Richard simmons who. I got you aerobics with them. And like yield of like you know you know women in in In atlanta was a wild day and then yet.

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"david messer" Discussed on RAGE Works Network-All Shows

RAGE Works Network-All Shows

07:10 min | 3 months ago

"david messer" Discussed on RAGE Works Network-All Shows

"Killed the market. That's crazy because with us also would also confused me a little bit. is that a. It's like they made that sale at march fourteenth on twelve. Twelve twenty six. Am but someone bought it for two eighty three on march thirteen on the same day even the day before they bought it for for for two eighty threes. How did this person. I guess maybe the only logic could find if people are desperate to to make those challenges like god. Have all these five cards. I only have an on my handle. Like i only have an hour left a gotta get it whatever prices there it is and if people already sold for sixty five to eighty three thirty six five five five those are all gone and all i have is twelve ninety eight to get that one car that i wanted to challenge twelve ninety the march blood council. Fake all this you could pay fanta. Rooms have multiple accounts they ban that on march first so from when they launch. And i get this summer between junior. October up to two weeks ago. You could have any counseling. Legal could be going on like and you have one. And i buy one of two on. Se saying if you're trying to live up the Yeah yeah that's what. I mean like something fraudulent while the cooling guided though as you can see exactly. Who's doing that right. So i can go to dizzy. Sixty nine account here and then goes t like he's been training washes up here. Challenges paid too much for a card a too much for a car. You completely understand numbers. Well believe completed complete. Where you can do is go back and like keep track of these individuals right because it's a ledger. So you have access to all transactions happening on the platform so if you constantly see like this particular player and this amount were so with them out and maybe someone else is buying it. If you can see that information then maybe there is happening because that definitely is an outlier Totally understand well. I definitely gauge opposition at it trying to feel mighty sister and goes to this shit and keeps up with. It's a need. There's a need for it because they just had the shutdown all those spots because people were doing this so and i suspect that it's over. Don't suspect that it's over. I feel like any time something gets stopped. People try to find a work around. So the your pro. They are hiring to. They're really hiring a lot of people. Actually they are like they're they're hiring a ton of people they're making it very public on those streams when you wait in line there's a stream that comes on While you wait. And they're like open about their like open about how much they're hiring hiring hiring hiring hiring so good point derek. They are and that's probably something. They're hiring for things like that because the market still really strange right now. I don't feel comfortable trading any my car the keep in my car. I don't feel like doing nothing with my car jet. Because i understand how i might get to eighty three or i might get twelve ninety eight safeguard so on same day. It's not like it's like six months later in everybody's got all twenty thousand. Cars only have five remaining out there. It's like this was like twelve hours apart. So i don't really understand it yet but i definitely am excited about it in anything. That builds excitement and people are spending real. Money johnny Hey sales about who's there who's in the market in You know who's ready to take action in people are definitely taking action on top shot right now. There's no question about taking action. So i'm excited about it Or eat for life. Jim would be to go ahead and work for them. Since they're hiring the around floor figuring out how does games working. Yeah well they did fifty you million dollars at a two billion dollar valuation so whatever. Those stock options are probably really good. They're probably really good. Yeah great cam. Great gentlemen give you get off the phone with top sheriff's y'all democracy out real real well anything else. From our incredible credible guests are incredible host. We're at the end of our time for the night. But i feel like this was another great episode and I me yeah thank you for coming. It was incredible. I mean it was it. Was everything expected. More and learned about sales learned a little bit about more about the top shot market. I mean what else could ask for. Wasn't incredible episode and starting next week i wanna plug eat believes the course. I'm studying free trainings on sunday. It'll be after so it'd be like around now After the podcast or before. I haven't decided yet but stay tapped in as we start doing free training on sales funnel sales. I'm gonna take some of the gems that just got from johnny and give them back to use. Oh come through their absolutely free to continue learning the stuff and that's it on my end. Anything else from you guys on friday from the two minute drill ahead a competition back in december david messer Meltzer and his team. So you'll have seen that you can watch it for free. It's on amazon prime video and also on bloomberg tv. I loved it. I loved it. I love when you present because you have so much passion but you sound like a really well oiled robot. And i mean i love it. Don't get me wrong but you're always always like metal rena has can i try. It is right right right. Hi my name's marcus. Under the ceo of met arena. Took me from my previous projects and q. We help indie gamers discovered. It's real concept of family friendly fire all my god. Why is he doing league in strike. Have seen so much. Marcus journal soon. It's good though it's really good. I liked. I liked it. Because i i liked it because by the end of it i feel like okay like even if i did. That's the thing i test is like. I did not know him at all zero. Would i have understood. And i answer that every time so keep doing what you're doing baby we love it. I just easy low. Because i know how you'd be talking and then on that you re talking like oil the well robot listen rather d. which got anything going on anything. We should know about Well as far as my series. I'm gonna be dropping the uncovering black women in east for its series that i'm doing so that'll be coming out this week. have some really dope esto air from just davis to the new second woman ever drafted into the nba two k. Lee elena haney. A dj.

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"david messer" Discussed on The Non-Prophets

The Non-Prophets

04:03 min | 4 months ago

"david messer" Discussed on The Non-Prophets

"There are people that believe in in their particular brand of christianity. I'm sure they're not living is fabulous life with pull buoys that they're truly believers almost like with scientologists people on the streets that are trying to convert you with their little tin cans. Right by this book. I believe that. They're true believers but again the higher up you get the higher up you get. I think you start getting wise to the fact that this is a a scheme to fleece people out of their money and severe. Very few can be profoundly wealthy and influential. I just think that's disgusting part to me I'm sure there's lots of pool boys out there. That wish they could get themselves into a situation like this. This sounds like it's a real rocket ship to sit on. He was trying to get He was trying to get his bachelor's degree from the local state university. That's not sally is paying for it. Was doing this work. But i mean it it really bothers me a a poxy is astounding when the The falwell's state and things like quote That liberty university quote moved quickly to destroy mr falwell's reputation in the liberty community and nationwide in particular. The suit highlights a speech that the camp campus pastor david messer delivered to students. Shortly after mr falwell's departure. Nessa referred to the things that led to mr falwell's resignation as sinful behavior and shameful and so because a priest told the student body. This mr falwell might be getting money more money from that university more than the millions of dollars on his golden parachute. I mean after the ad acidy is astounding. The big thing that happens to me is you're you're hitching your wagon to an organization like this this finger-wagging naughty naughty. You're a sinner. You're bad only this. This pure form of life is acceptable. You've heard the phrase if you lie down with dogs you get flees ambling that. What do you expect. It's going to happen. No one can live. No one can live this level of purity. This everything is is unacceptable. Except as very narrow path of the needle right we hear about how the left is always chewing itself up as always eating itself right. You're not you're not. You're not a true enough believer. You're not woken up. You're not this the rights doing the same thing. This is an example of falwell's having some good times with the pool boy and his wife and doing all kinds of things living pretty fabulous lifestyle And here they are distancing themselves making him get get away. I really feel bad for for mr falwell. I really hope that That he really. He really comes to accept. It has has a come to jesus moment with his pastor. Hope that he can. He can really just just get right with god and then make that return. That inevitably happens when one of these fuckers gets caught in the middle of something like this and then all they have to do. Is you know. Make that face that that face that politicians in leaders always make with their with. I think of it as the bill. Clinton face of of your shame. It's anthony weiner headed you know repentance. Yeah a lot of christians will take this as a as an opportunity to say look. We're all flawed. We all need jesus. We all need no matter who you are. Were all broken me. We need god and this is a perfect example of it I hate fat. I can see that. It's not about being perfect. Because we're fallen creatures right about submission to the lord. Christ jesus accepting him as your personal savior and only through. Jesus will you be saved because you don't deserve it on your on..

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"david messer" Discussed on The Non-Prophets

The Non-Prophets

04:11 min | 4 months ago

"david messer" Discussed on The Non-Prophets

"So it's it's just a money making con is that what it is again downing don't on a grassroots level. People that go. There are people that believe in in their particular brand of christianity. I'm sure they're not living is fabulous life with pull buoys. They're truly believers almost like with scientologists people on the streets that are trying to convert you with their little tin cans right by this book. I believe that they're true believers but again the higher up you get the higher up you get. I think you start getting wise to the fact that this is a a scheme to fleece people out of their money and severe. Very few can be profoundly wealthy and influential. I just think that's disgusting. Part to me I'm sure there's lots of pool boys out there. That wish they could get themselves into a situation like this. This sounds like it's a real rocket ship to sit on. He was trying to get He he was trying to get his bachelor's degree from the local state university. That's not sally is paying for it. Was doing this work. But i mean it it really bothers me a a poxy is astounding when the The falwell's state and things like quote That liberty university quote moved quickly to destroy mr falwell's reputation in the liberty community and nationwide in particular. The suit highlights a speech that the camp campus pastor david messer delivered to students. Shortly after mr falwell's departure. Nessa referred to the things that led to mr falwell's resignation as sinful behavior and shameful and so because a priest told the student body. This mr falwell might be getting money more money from that university more than the millions of dollars on his golden parachute. I mean after the ad acidy is astounding. The big thing that happens to me is you're you're hitching your wagon to an organization like this this finger-wagging naughty naughty. You're a sinner. You're bad only this. This pure form of life is acceptable. You've heard the phrase if you lie down with dogs you get flees ambling that. What do you expect. It's going to happen. No one can live. No one can live this level of purity. This everything is is unacceptable except as very narrow path of the needle right We hear about how the left is always chewing itself up as always eating itself right. You're not you're not. You're not a true enough believer. You're not woken up. You're not this well. The rights doing the same thing. This is an example of falwell's having some good times with the pool boy and his wife and doing all kinds of things living pretty fabulous lifestyle And here they are distancing themselves making him. Get get away. I really feel bad for for mr falwell. I really hope that That he really. He really comes to accept. It has has a come to jesus moment with his pastor. Hope that he can. He can really just just get right with god and then make that return. That inevitably happens when one of these fuckers gets caught in the middle of something like this and then all they have to do. Is you know. Make that face that that face that politicians in leaders always make with their with. I think of it as the bill. Clinton face of of your shame. It's anthony weiner headed you know repentance. Yeah a lot of christians will take this as a as an opportunity to say look. We're all flawed. We all need jesus. We all need no matter who you are. Were all broken me. We need god and this is a perfect example of it I hate fat. i can see that. It's it's not about being perfect because we're fallen creatures right. It's about submission to lord. Christ jesus accepting him as your personal savior and only through. Jesus will you be saved because you don't deserve it on your on..

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"david messer" Discussed on The Non-Prophets

The Non-Prophets

03:53 min | 4 months ago

"david messer" Discussed on The Non-Prophets

"That a lot of the staff at the university have to sign very strict nondisclosure agreements that they kind of gossip within the university but no one actually goes out and reports any of this crazy stuff that he's doing because they're restricted with these. Nda's that they're not allowed to talk about it but a lot of them are now coming forward and kind of disregarding it saying you know this is the kind of stuff that's going on One of the things that actually kind of jumped out at me is one of the Senior university officials said that. We're not a school. Where a real estate hedge fund were not educating. Were buying real estate every year and taking students money to do it as well. That's a reason for investigation. Right there again Taking your pants in opening them up like that being on a yacht having a good time with somebody who's who's got a who's pregnant Having three ways colby relationships with pool boys all of this. There's nothing there's nothing really objectionable about any of these things as long as everybody's consenting i know that from a certain perspective of course it's a sin it's wrong and it's terrible but here's the thing that really gets me. Is this not that people. Don't not that people fall short of their moral expectations for themselves but that they are such profound hypocrites that they are able to look others in the face and tell them that they can't do something like this and then they're doing it behind closed doors and doing it with the approval of of of of others like This person here okay. Right one of the major donors right one of the major donors yacht right. I'm assuming this person's giving money to this university that stands for the certain principles right and yet on the other hand. They're having who knows what kinds of fabulous debauchery on the other. So it's it's just a money making con is that what it is again downing don't on a grassroots level. People that go. There are people that believe in in their particular brand of christianity. I'm sure they're not living is fabulous life with pull buoys. They're truly believers almost like with scientologists people on the streets that are trying to convert you with their little tin cans right by this book. I believe that they're true believers but again the higher up you get the higher up you get. I think you start getting wise to the fact that this is a a scheme to fleece people out of their money and severe. Very few can be profoundly wealthy and influential. I just think that's disgusting. Part to me I'm sure there's lots of pool boys out there. That wish they could get themselves into a situation like this. This sounds like it's a real rocket ship to sit on. He was trying to get He he was trying to get his bachelor's degree from the local state university. That's not sally is paying for it. Was doing this work. But i mean it it. It really bothers me a a poxy is astounding when the The falwell's state and things like quote That liberty university quote moved quickly to destroy mr falwell's reputation in the liberty community and nationwide in particular. The suit highlights a speech that the camp campus pastor david messer delivered to students. Should be after mr falwell's departure nessa. Referred to the things that led to mr falwell's resignation as sinful behavior and shameful and so because a priest told the student body. This mr falwell getting money more money from that university more than the millions of.

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"david messer" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

12:39 min | 1 year ago

"david messer" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Living in Graham and damning like it is it is a way to easy to get confused and to have fear about what you're doing with your money in your account exactly especially as you're looking at the volatility in the financial this is what I would like you to take away from this your money is safe and that makes the latch is pulling your money out of the banks now thinking that's classy for someplace else you don't want to be around the large sums of cash warning cashing your mattress next and I will no the boss lost any of their insured deposits since nineteen twenty MG I created having your money in a safe place please in an FDIC insured bank please keep it in banks everything is fine he three three is fine don't worry we've got that all for you right here if the A. C. federal depositary something we're together we got lots of money we've got that we've got four letters in our name you don't think we have billions of dollars just to make sure you can get your money not just the eighties after that video was released and we mocked it last week three the Senate and the treasury according to a new report are working on separate planes to prevent banks from becoming unstable and made covert nineteen pandemic and the planes that range from limiting withdrawals from four in the investors and savers as well as covering E. extra liquidity to banks to cover U. S. customer withdrawals up to ten thousand dollars so if you want more than ten thousand dollars of your own money well tough luck for you but this will cover the ten thousand dollars that that you want to get Washington's move to stand behind banking and discrete industry underscores aggressive efforts underway by officials to prepare for the worst but they remind you the banks are in very good shape right now but the people are panicking no reason to panic every thing in his old I love it a little there where like she just gives up on trying to convince people and just straight out she's years ago here's all the reasons and this is how you communicated argument right you give all the reasons and you hope the person is convinced she's half with your reasons you says look this is what I want you to take away from this leave your money in the bank okay yeah everything is fine tell you exactly what I'm going for here this is what I hope you're away you walk away from this thing everything's gonna be fine all right are we good thank you right look at me I look buttoned up I've got the flag by the BJD shield this is if the icy sure one point seven trillion dollars deposit the the at the U. S. banks we don't have any of us had seating in the fall but it's all fine it's all fine so good is there let me present a not well thought out theory here for you Gladden this is a good thing to do on a national radio placement just spit balling here for second I was thinking about that yes this weekend we all sort of use this shorthand of what's happening right now as we are destroying the economy or we shut down the economy for this pandemic and obviously it's very exciting to be it's nothing of the sort of propaganda of regards to it's all wonderful so roses popping out of my **** as soon so my thought was what would be the number percentage wise that we've quote unquote shut down the economy right now right like because I think we all think of the waitress who no longer has a restaurant to work at and hers she's gone from a hundred percent of her income to zero percent in a matter of days but like when you think of what really the economy as a whole it's a lot more than that right like a lot of businesses are still open obviously everything that depends on online which is a much larger part of our economy is still open pretty much everybody that I can least think of that I know he's working at home David Messer lost their jobs maybe they would down the road but they haven't yet only send us their white color trying to be optimistic about even well you know I've never I've never been around coal miners I have like I have and I think a lot of you know because you're you're a man of the people but it blue collar jobs for a second like you know conciliate around here I don't know if this is the case everywhere in America but like construction jobs continue they can do to keep doing obviously you know job not all care not only in more than more than ever he you know you know landscaping and and those types of jobs where you're outside are all continuing to happen obviously there are still shopping like crazy they're just buying stuff online is it going to stores all right and people on Wall Street they're still jumping out of windows are still happening but they're still treating our veterans from home they're no longer going to be original the stock is right but you have to see that they got to put gas in their cars to drive just some place high enough to jump on all right out of saying yes we have run a digital media business obviously that's still chugging ends at some ways looking at that it's it could be a great time for many of those types of businesses I said to me that it's a good thing for the economy but if you were to say what percentage of the economy have we shut down your deal not ninety right it's telling him I I I might got tells me it's more like you mean you didn't counting the people that are still working at home yeah I like I mean if the company is still I will say that there's been about thirty percent of people that are shut down I I I I'll bet you that's what it's been that you that that if it's not that they may not have lost their job right but it shut down and there's no money coming in in writing maybe they're getting paid for a while but they're not doing anything they're just going home yeah right like there did they may still be getting paid but that obviously has an end date to it if if the place stays out of operation but just call me which is very far off into her very far he'd even see at that date the sole way far away you can't even see it even as he says it doesn't even exist and even then the money in your bank is is completely safe in the month no problem no problem I was thinking the same thing about thirty maybe thirty five percent which is obviously I didn't if you just don't even survive that it's incredibly to be massive downturn but first short time of term situation here for second you have a situation where the federal government is coming in and paying basically all too small to mid size employees because you can get you know the this is a vast generalisation but you can get money from the government to pay your employees it's a loan unless you use it for something else it may be used for something else is unknown if you if you pay your employees it winds up being forgiven so essentially it's a giveaway right if the federal government saying if your small business we will pay your employees so they don't all get fired for this short time that's what was in this bill no it was in this bill right was the unemployment going up obviously and and supposedly making it easier to obtain and then in addition to that you have the twelve hundred dollar checks that are coming to individuals and for large companies basically no interest loans that are guaranteed so in theory right the end many of the employees are going to get paid which is now going to be for some companies that are actually still in business and doing business they're going to lose the expense line of many of their employees and may still be getting revenue into their companies and so you're gonna have a situation where the federal government and this is not an internal thing they can't do this forever before the short period of time is going to be dumping so much money in we know with that long term consequences but just talking about short term here is it possible that the number when we think of shutting down in the condom me it's not what it is in our head right now it's only a certain amount of time we can deal with this but the entire economy doesn't go away yeah that's really that's is that you're exactly right and that's why the fed and the president already also been saying don't worry unlimited amounts of money yeah yeah they they they've said this don't worry a limited amounts of money will do whatever it takes so that's what the that's exactly what they're trying to have people feel with the reason why we still feel nervous is because I know what you did last time with the money and the people like us never saw that money and the second thing is we also know the really down side of what this means you do have to pay that kind of money out is going to mean some real detrimental things in the future how far out I don't know it was like I think like I think that's what they're trying to say yeah I think so I I think the big issue here is that people aren't going to do business even if they could do business in this environment like if you're an online business right now you could totally do we we don't manage your entire when a company name without much of an issue so many people work at home anyway however people are hesitant to do anything because they don't know when this ends if we all knew like ferocious certain this ended on June first even we it would be a lot easier and I think the the economy would be hurt but not nearly as damaged as it is it is now because people are so freaked out that they'll never see the end of this is going into next year I mean we saw nineteen eighteen Glenn they beat down the first away for this and it came back even harder the second time in killed way more people you know some people are terrified that there's just no end in sight to this thing but at some point there's a vaccine if one of these treatments turn proves to be as good as they're hoping this one is in France if one of the things comes through people start seeing the end of this tunnel we may be in a situation where this does come roaring back in a very short period of time I think the American the American worker will if it if this is over you know may June I think the American worker is going to come roaring and roaring back that's not gonna bring all industry back you know god bless the cruise lines but it's going to bring people roaring back and I think we come back online quickly and we we do it it's the the what you're describing is the secret to Alfred Hitchcock it's not the bloody stabbing to death it's really not what causes panic in people in fear and fear is what's behind that next door what's around that corner you know the whole way in a movie is only frightening because you know or you think you know something bad is in the room at the end of the whole way and you can't see it and you're not sure if it's there but it's much worse the anticipation and that's what people are feeling I think is just the this is this is a giant Alfred Hitchcock movie where you are thinking I I don't know if the good guys win in the end I have no idea how this ends you've never seen this one happened and the only time you ever have is in movies and it never ends well but once they start rolling you get up at a you walk out of the theater and you start living your life again and I mean you don't know where we're going but I mean if it does get to a place where we don't see the obviously worst case scenarios that some people have projected and it does actually seem to have an end date the American people you know who are resilient and if this amount you know this route you know looked expenditures are gonna come back and we're gonna be talking about them for decades to come with all the nonsense they packed into this thing is going.

Graham
"david messer" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

11:48 min | 1 year ago

"david messer" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"It in banks everything is fine everything is fine we've got that all for you right here if the IC federal depositary something we're together we got lots of money we've got that we've got four letters in our name you don't think we have billions of dollars just to make sure you can get your money not just the ages after that video was released and we mocked it last week V. eight the Senate and the treasury according to a new report are working on separate planes to prevent banks from becoming on stablemate covert nineteen thing they make them the planes that range from limiting withdrawals from four in the investors and savers as well as covering he extra liquidity to banks to cover U. S. customer withdrawals up to ten thousand dollars so if you want more than ten thousand dollars of your own money well tough luck for you but this will cover the ten thousand dollars that that you want to get Washington's move to stand behind banking and discrete industry underscores aggressive efforts underway by officials to prepare for the worst but they remind you the banks are in very good shape right now but the people are panicking no reason to panic every thing in his whole another little there where again she just gives up on trying to convince people it's just straight out she's years ago here's all the reasons and this is how you communicated argument are you give all the reasons and you hope the person is convinced she's half with your reasons you says look this is what I want you to take away from this leave your money in the bank okay yeah this is the one thing is five tell you exactly what I'm going for here this is what I hope you're away you walk away from this thing everything's gonna be fine all right are we good thank you right look at me I look buttoned up I've got the flag by the shield this is if the icy sure one point seven trillion dollars deposit the the at the U. S. banks we don't have any of it sitting in the hole but it's all fine all fine so good is there let me present a not well thought out theory here for you Gladden this is a good thing to do on a national radio placement just spit balling here for second I was thinking about that yes this weekend we all sort of use the shorthand of what's happening right now as we are destroying the economy or we shut down the economy for this pandemic and obviously it's very exciting to be all it's nothing of the sort of propaganda to eats all wonderful so roses popping out of my **** sooner so my thought was what would be the number percentage wise that we've quote unquote shut down the economy right now right like because I think we all think of the waitress who no longer has a restaurant to work at and hers she's gone from a hundred percent of our income to zero percent in a matter of days but like when you think of really the economy as a whole it's a lot more than that right like a lot of businesses are still open obviously everything that depends on online which is a much larger part of our economy is still open pretty much everybody that I can least think of that I know he's working at home David Messer lost their jobs maybe they would down the road but they haven't yet well listen to us they're white color trying to me Dr optimistic but even people you know I've never I've never been around coal miners lane I have like I have a lot you know because you're you're a man of the people but it blue collar jobs for a second like you know it leaves around here I don't know if this is the case everywhere in America but like construction jobs continue they can do to keep doing obviously you know job not all care not only in more than more than ever yes you know you know landscaping and and those types of jobs where you're outside are all continuing to happen obviously there are still shopping like crazy they're just buying stuff online is it going to stores all right and people on Wall Street they're still jumping out of windows are still happening but they're still treating all your data from home they're no longer going to be original the stock is right but you have to see that they got to put gas in their cars to drive to someplace high enough to jump on I get out of saying yes we have run a digital media business obviously that's still chugging and it's some ways looking at that it's it could be a great time for many of those types of businesses I said to me that it's a good thing for the economy but if you were to say what percentage of the economy have we shut down your deal not ninety right it's that I I might got tells me it's more like you mean it will eat into counting the people that are still working at home yeah I like I mean if the company is still I will say that there's been about thirty percent of people that are shut down I I I I'll bet you that's what it's been thank you that that if it's not that they may not have lost their job right but it's shut down and there's no money coming in in writing maybe they're getting paid for a while but they're not doing anything they're just going home yeah right like there did they may still be getting paid but that obviously has an end date to it if if the place stays out of operation but just call me this is very far off into her very far he'd even see at that date the sole way far away you can't even see it even as he says it doesn't even exist even then the money in your bank is is completely safe in the month no problem I was thinking the same thing about thirty maybe thirty five percent which is obviously I didn't if you just don't even survive that it's incredibly dead beat massive downturn but first short time of term situation here for second you have a situation where the federal government is coming in and paying basically all too small to mid size employees because you can get you know the this is a vast generalization but you can get money from the government to pay your employees it's a loan unless you use it for something else it may be used for something else it's unknown if you if you pay your employees it winds up being forgiven so essentially it's a giveaway right if the federal government saying if your small business we will pay your employees so they don't all get fired for this short time that's what was in this bill another thing it was in this bill right was the unemployment going up obviously and and supposedly making it easier to obtain and then in addition to that you have the twelve hundred dollar checks that are coming to individuals and for large companies basically no interest loans that are guaranteed so in theory right the end many of the employees are going to get paid which is now going to be for some companies that are actually still in business and doing business they're going to lose the expense line of many of their employees and may still be getting revenue into their companies and so you're gonna have a situation where the federal government and this is not an eternal thing they can't do this forever before the short period of time is going to be dumping so much money in we know with that long term consequences but just talking about short term here is it possible that the number when we think of shutting down in the con M. E. it's not what it is in our head right now it's only a certain amount of time we can deal with this but the entire economy doesn't go away yeah that that's is that you're exactly right and that's why the fed and the president already else's been saying don't worry unlimited ounce of money yeah yeah they they they've said this don't worry a limited amounts of money will do whatever it takes so that's what the that's exactly what they're trying to have people feel what was the reason why we still feel nervous is because I know what you did last time with the money and the people like us never saw that money and the second thing is we also know the really down side of what this means you do have to pay that kind of money out is going to mean some real detrimental things in the future how far out I don't know it was like I think like I think that's what they're trying to say yeah I think so I I think the big issue here is that people aren't going to do business even if they could do business in this environment like if you're an online business right now you could totally do we you know manager entire me a company name without much of an issue so many people work at home anyway however people are hesitant to do anything because they don't know when this ends if we all knew like fresh certain this ended on June first even we it would be a lot easier and I think the the economy would be hurt but not nearly as damaged as it is it is now because people are so freaked out that they'll never see the end of this is going into next year I mean we saw nineteen eighteen Glenn they beat down the first away for this and it came back even harder the second time in killed way more people you know some people are terrified that there's just no end in sight to this thing but at some point there's a vaccine if one of these treatments turned it proves to be as good as they're hoping this one is in France if one of the things comes through people start seeing the end of this tunnel we may be in a situation where this does come roaring back in a very short period of time well I think the American the American worker will if it if this is over you know may June I think the American worker is going to come roaring roaring in back that's not gonna bring all industry back you know god bless the cruise lines but it's going to bring people roaring back and I think we come back online quickly and we we do it it's the the the what you're describing is the secret to Alfred Hitchcock it's not the bloody stabbing to death it's really not what causes panic in people in fear and fear is what's behind that next door what's around that corner you know the whole way in a movie is only frightening because you know or you think you know something bad is in the room at the end of the whole way and you can't see it and you're not sure if it's there but it's much worse the anticipation and that's what people are feeling I think is just that this is this is a giant Alfred Hitchcock movie where you are thinking I I don't know if the good guys win in the end I have no idea how this ends you've never seen this one happened and the only time you ever have is in movies and it never ends well but once they start rolling you get up at a you walk out of the theater and you start living your life again I mean you don't know where we're going but I mean if it does get to a place where we don't see the obviously worst case scenarios that some people have projected and it does actually seem to have an end date the American people you know who are resilient and if this amount you know this route you know looked expenditures are gonna come back and we're gonna be talking about them for decades to come with all the nonsense they packed into this thing is going.

treasury Senate
"david messer" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

11:56 min | 1 year ago

"david messer" Discussed on WTVN

"C. federal depositary something we're gathered we got lots of money we've got that we've got four letters in our name you don't think we have billions of dollars just to make sure you can get your money now just days after that video was released and we mocked it last week V. eight the Senate and the treasury according to a new report are working on separate planes to prevent banks from becoming unstable and made covert nineteen thing they make them the planes that range from limiting withdrawals from four in the investors and savers as well as covering E. extra liquidity to banks to cover U. S. customer withdrawals up to ten thousand dollars so if you want more than ten thousand dollars of your own money well tough luck for you but this will cover the ten thousand dollars that that you want to get Washington's move to stand behind banking and discrete industry underscores aggressive efforts underway by officials to prepare for the worst but they remind you the banks are in very good shape right now but the people are panicking no reason to panic every thing in his old I love it I love their work I think she just gives up on trying to convince people and just straight out she's years ago here's all the reasons and this is how you communicated argument right you give all the reasons and you hope the person is convinced she gets halfway through reasons you says look this is what I want you to take away from this leave your money in the bank okay yeah this is the one thing is five tell you exactly what I'm going for here this is what I hope you're away you walk away from this thing everything's gonna be fine all right are we good thank you right look at me I look buttoned up I've got the flag by the shield this is FDIC sure one point seven trillion dollars deposit the the eighth U. S. banks we don't have any of it sitting in the hole but it's all fine it's all fine so good is that right let me present a not well thought out theory here for you Gladden this is a good thing to do I'm on national radio placement just spit balling here for second I was thinking about that yes this weekend we all sort of use the shorthand of what's happening right now as we are destroying the economy or we shut down the economy for this pandemic and obviously it's very exciting to be it's nothing of the sort of propaganda for hours to eat all wonderful so roses popping out of my **** as soon so my thought was what would be the number percentage wise that we've quote unquote shut down the economy right now right like because I think we all think of the waitress who no longer has a restaurant to work at and hers she's gone from a hundred percent of our income to zero percent in a matter of days but like when you think of really the economy as a whole it's a lot more than that right like a lot of businesses are still open obviously everything that depends on online which is a much larger part of our economy is still open pretty much everybody that I can least think of that I know he's working at home David Messer lost their jobs maybe they would down the road but they haven't yet only send us their white color trying to me Dr optimistic even though you know I've never I've never been around coal miners I have like I have and I think a lot you know because you're you're a man of the people about it blue collar jobs for a second like you know kids Elise around here I don't know if this is the case everywhere in America but like construction jobs continue they continue keep doing obviously your job not all caravan more than more than ever yes you know you know landscaping and and those types of jobs where you're outside are all continuing to happen obviously there are still shopping like crazy they're just buying stuff online is it going to stores all right and people on Wall Street they're still jumping out of windows are still happening but they're still treating their detriment from home they're no longer going to be original the stock is right but you have to see that they got to put gas in their cars to drive to someplace high enough to jump on I did out of saying yes we have run a digital media business obviously that's still chugging ends at some ways looking at that it's it could be a great time for many of those types of businesses I thought I mean it's a good thing for the economy but if you were to say what percentage of the economy have we shut down your deal not ninety right it's that I I might got tells me it's more like you mean it will eat into counting the people that are still working at home yes I like I mean if the company is still I will say that there's been about thirty percent of people that are shut down I I I I'll bet you that's what it's been thank you that that if it's not that they may not have lost their job right but it shut down and there's no money coming in in writing maybe they're getting paid for a while but they're not doing anything they're just going home yeah right like there did they may still be getting paid but that obviously has an end date to it if if the place stays out of operation but just follow me on this is very far off into her eyes very far he'd even see at that date the sole way far away you can't even see it even as he says it doesn't even exist even then the money in your bank is is completely safe and mom don't worry problem no problem I was thinking the same thing about thirty maybe thirty five percent which is obviously I didn't if you just don't even survive that is incredibly dead beat massive downturn but first short time of term situation here for second you have a situation where the federal government is coming in and paying basically all too small to mid size employees because you can get you know the this is a vast generalization but you can get money from the government to pay your employees it's a loan unless you use it for something else it may be used for something else it's unknown if you if you pay your employees it winds up being forgiven so essentially it's a giveaway right if the federal government saying if your small business we will pay your employees so they don't all get fired for this short time that's what was in this bill another thing is in this bill right was the unemployment going up obviously and and supposedly making it easier to obtain and then in addition to that you have the twelve hundred dollar checks that are coming to individuals and for large companies basically no interest loans that are guaranteed so in theory right the many of the employees are going to get paid which is now going to be for some companies that are actually still in business and doing business they're going to lose the expense line of many of their employees and may still be getting revenue into their companies and so you're gonna have a situation where the federal government and this is not an internal thing they can't do this forever before the short period of time is going to be dumping so much money in we know with bad long term consequences but just talking about short term here is it possible that the number when we think of shutting down in the condom me it's not what it is in our head right now it's only a certain amount of time we can deal with this but the entire economy doesn't go away yeah that that's is that you're exactly right and that's why the fed and the president already else has been saying don't worry unlimited amounts of money yeah yeah they they they've said this don't worry a limited amounts of money will do whatever it takes so that's what the that's exactly what they're trying to have people feel with the reason why we still feel nervous is because I know what you did last time with the money and the people like us never saw that money and the second thing is we also know the really down side of what this means you do have to pay that kind of money out is going to mean some real detrimental things in the future how far out I don't know it was like I think I think that's what they're trying to say yeah I think so I I think the big issue here is that people aren't going to do business even if they could do business in this environment like if you're an online business right now you could totally do we you know manager entire when a company name without much of an issue so many people work at home anyway however people are hesitant to do anything because they don't know when this ends if we all knew like frost certain this ended on June first even we it would be a lot easier and I think the the economy would be hurt but not nearly as damaged as it is it is now because people are so freaked out that they'll never see the end of this is going into next year I mean we saw nineteen eighteen Glenn they beat down the first away for this and it came back even harder the second time in killed way more people you know some people are terrified that there's just no end in sight to this thing but at some point there's a vaccine if one of these treatments turn proves to be as good as they're hoping this one is in France if one of the things comes through people starting the end of this tunnel we may be in a situation where this does come roaring back in a very short period of time I think the American the American worker will if it if this is over you know may June I think the American worker is on a come roaring roaring back that's not gonna bring all industry back you know god bless the cruise lines but it's going to bring people roaring back and I think we come back online quickly and we we do it it's the the what you're describing is the secret to Alfred Hitchcock it's not the bloody stabbing to death it's really not what causes panic in people in fear and fear is what's behind that next door what's around that corner you know the whole way in a movie is only frightening because you know or you think you know something bad is in the room at the end of the whole way and you can't see it and you're not sure if it's there but it's much worse the anticipation and that's what people are feeling I think is just that this is this is a giant Alfred Hitchcock movie where you are thinking I I don't know if the good guys win in the end I have no idea how this ends you've never seen this one happened and the only time you ever have is in movies and it never ends well but once the credits start rolling you get up at a you walk out of the theater and you start living your life again and I mean you don't know where we're going but I mean if it does get to a place where we don't see the obviously worst case scenarios that some people have projected and it does actually seem to have an end date the American people you know who are resilient and if this amount you know this route you know look the expenditures are gonna come back and we're gonna be talking about them for decades to come with all the nonsense they packed into this thing is going to have a lot of negative effects however the effort being to get people paid through a couple of months so that their lives are completely destroyed if that does work and it is only a couple of months you may wind up seeing some you know this rage back to to action in in a positive.

treasury Senate
"david messer" Discussed on Present Moment: Mindfulness Practice and Science

Present Moment: Mindfulness Practice and Science

06:11 min | 1 year ago

"david messer" Discussed on Present Moment: Mindfulness Practice and Science

"At what's helpful to the most amount of people right on average and every single individual person responds differently so yeah i i would really encourage anybody who's going through something like this to to listen to themselves to trust their own inner our wisdom their own sense of what's helpful for them to pursue that you and i one thing will encourage because sometimes they hear that taking us oh ooh well. <hes> medical treatment sounds unpleasant so i'm not going to do that. Sometimes what is most helpful to. You is not what we want to do. You it may not be as in my case a couple of major surgeries and for many listening and maybe chemo treatments that this is hard getting well. How part of our minds less practice is seeing things as they are and receiving what is also things we don't want to have to go through but thank you nonetheless molest sustain and prolong her even save our lives so when we talk about what is what is bested may not always be. What's comfortable will be helpful to us. I i really think that ted. I wanted to be clear. Mindfulness was was was not developed to treat disease that wasn't sort of why it was developed in the first place and it's not a replacement for traditional therapies and to be totally honest in terms of the research. There's a little bit of research that suggests there's a little bit of immune benefit for meditation which makes sense that's right. You're you're calming your body down. You're able to deal with stress or easily and it's not a treatment. It's the stress and the psychological impact of going through it but it's not a treatment for the disease in enough at south. At least there's no research right now to suggest that at all and that's a very important point is that if you hear this minding the hype about mindfulness mindless is not a curable and is not as you're saying replacement replacement for medical treatment so one of the things in fact it was mentioning this talk of is just yesterday. It's concerning erin. People have say a positive experience variance on retreat of a few days and think well this positive experience. I can stop taking my medication for x. Condition and ah course his teacher never recommended us for lots of reasons but one of the main ones is you're in very neat conditions when you're on say a retreat retreats and of course you feel better getting out of what stressors you avenue your life. It's like when one takes vacation soften as a comparison made made a mindfulness as no better than vacation two different thing a maps and some of those conditions are the same outside of the regular stresses are went by and end mindfulness is about house you work with life while you're in the midst of those stressors voiding so please don't stop to iran's. Don't stop regular treatment. This is something to help you with how you're doing with all of that and as david said there are some indications didn't cresswell's were h._i._v. should be patients in seeing some measurable indicators of how that may be affecting biological resistance. That's great and it's very early on. It's kinds of studies so always wondering is there anything else you wanna share with the listeners. Today i think one of the pieces of mindfulness that's been most helpful to me. Is it allows you the space to be with whatever is going on for you what that's easy and pleasant and or whether that's difficult for unpleasant i think i would just share that for anyone who has a chronic disease or an acute. It does ease that it's okay and really helpful to have a wide variety of feelings about the conditions to just sometimes feel okay an optimistic and confident and to sometimes feel really not okay and sad and depressed. I and i think there's often pressure for folks who have diseases chronic diseases cancer in particular to hold up a good front to fight and if that's useful for you if that's useful some the time then fantastic and there's no right way to be with cancer or with the disease however you're feeling is okay and if i think if you're not feeling well getting social support and care from hospitals or or psychological support from counselors all that is great and it's okay to be the however you are that you don't have to be just how other people are outdo- aren't you to be. I think that's a very important point. Thank you so much to raising that. I often hear the characterization of going through a cancer treatment as fighting it beating and and of course that sets an expectation that it somehow on you due to beat this neck and be a subtle form of aggression then making some some attribution of responsibility liane you for how the body is biologically responding yet missing ridge in you do your treatments and do the things you need to do on a pass to care as you're going through this that's great and don't take it is something you personally failing at and when the body does the body does and you're dealing under difficult circumstances. It's orient point david. Thanks sandra so our guest david nestor o._b. Find awesome links on paper that we're talking about today and thank you so much. Being here really enjoyed this conversation. Thanks <hes>. It's.

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"david messer" Discussed on Present Moment: Mindfulness Practice and Science

Present Moment: Mindfulness Practice and Science

08:24 min | 1 year ago

"david messer" Discussed on Present Moment: Mindfulness Practice and Science

"And forth so i honestly didn't know what the result would be. We we didn't know if there is perhaps something necessary or useful about in person interaction and they're very well might be <hes> what we did find was that there there was some benefit and honestly the research now suggests that the benefit of these with what are called a synchronous interventions are about the the same as those that are synchronised. It's interesting. I think a lot of folks myself included when you're meeting with new people in a classroom setting that can be of anxiety exciting provoking right and so for some people i think not interacting with a lot of people can be a little more relaxing than they can move at their own pace so so yes we found that this self study self guided <hes> internet intervention on was really useful but yeah i didn't know if it would be. I'm glad it is in the main benefit of these as synchronous interventions is at they don't require a teacher to be there so if you have really strong strong insightful interventions those can be made standard care for example for people who are coming out of cancer pitching men and it can be a resource just like a support group can be a resource and it can really improve people's well-being so that was the most interesting testing important finding for me. It rugen removes the the bucket of requiring to have l._c. Not just teachers teachers indirect live engagement with participants talk with moment as well but just seeing that there can be this limitless <unk> scale before standard events that might be just a little bit that might be a way to help people just deal with what they're going through and i'd say a host cancer recovery tiny mode. What might that be like. Is it beneficial to give just that dose just a little bit. It's going could help them and that is wrong thing any more than say running. A five k is bad because it's not a marathon. This is something that castillejos yeah even if there's less benefit even if the benefit a small if there's some benefit and that can be provided to everybody or are a lot of people it's a real difference so one of the things i wanna share with those realis- name his for those who many teachers cheers were listening to this podcast and know that i do teach online as well as a person and what i found is that doing those in particular it was live video <unk> interaction with a teacher has very strong connection and ability to reach participants in the program and at one shouldn't dismiss that because it's different than face to face and the same thing applies to as synchronous kinds of programs like this that really depends on what is it. You're trying to get out of this word provide for the participants in these programs. If it's kinda move the needle can we touch people in a way that otherwise they would have nothing and there's value in doing this kind of work and if you really want to carry things even further forward <music> ads alive your action and the group participation that's great and that's another thing that can be done to so. It's good to see this kind of program. Go forward wondering david. Would you like to see happen in the future with mindfulness program spore in anything really that helps people people who are suffering in some way like do cancer recovery. I don't know honestly that personally have a strong feeling about like like oh. I'm i'm really pro mindfulness and this should be incorporated. I'm pro what helps people and i really levi trust people's individual experiences and i trust the research and research is basically just listening to people's individual experiences all together doc and seeing what helps him so the research at the moment and people's individual experiences that occurred suggest that the able to d with the facts that they've had cancer and integrate that into their lives and not running running from that then be able to live in the way that's most meaningful to them is really helpful for this particular condition given that a lot of people. I'll have fear of recurrence and whatnot so given that it seems like this is helpful. I think as i mentioned earlier i think it would be really useful useful to have treatments like this as an option for folks who are leaving care weaving hospital based care synchronised treatments the ability to offer for those people wherever they happen to be within this encounter cancer in and also oh for caregivers as well that there can also be finished its for caregivers to get some a synchronous hell with what they're going through their providing support to someone that they love were caring for these are halpern aspects of this portfolio of chair that doesn't just end with the medical that there needs to be something absolutely and i think a lot of people's challenges even after their major treatments have stopped are cyclical so some people the first few weeks are really difficult and then things get a little bit better and then it's difficult again throughout your life and so so even if the mindful learning mindfulness isn't super important right away and it might be important right away for some people knowing. It's there so so that when things get challenging a year five years tenure stopped malign they they know there. Was this thing that helped me a lot right after my treatment. Maybe i'll go back to that. The i also liked the way you use. The particular wording in this is great to hear researcher wording of seems seems to be indicates. The science is tentative researches tentative and can be changed and updated as we have more information mation but in particular with this personal experience that your individual mileage may vary what this is like for you can be a little different than it is for for the person going through the same thing. That's also something to notice. What's it like for you and one of the things that may be most helpful to you on that journey. Thank you for using things that way sure yeah. Everyone's experiences different. I mean research.

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"david messer" Discussed on Present Moment: Mindfulness Practice and Science

Present Moment: Mindfulness Practice and Science

10:08 min | 1 year ago

"david messer" Discussed on Present Moment: Mindfulness Practice and Science

"David. Welcome to the podcast here i ted. I'm happy to be here sure well. Let's get started by asking you a little bit about your background yeah. This is a funny question. I mean i can tell you about my professional background. I'm a psychologist at in in particular a counseling psychologist so i'm trained clinically to work with individuals vigils our families and kids. I'm also trained to do research which i think is what we're gonna talk more about. Today i think in regards to mindfulness and this study i did my personal background is kind of important also so i was raised in eugene oregon. My parents are wonderful. People kind of old hippies so as a kid. They taught me to meditate kind of when i was in high school so probably the only kid on the block who who after dinner the whole family would go sit and meditate together for so that was pretty wonderful to think what else would the use of much. I think i've just always kind of had <hes> motivation to try to help sometimes somewhat. I don't know if you could say arrogantly. I'm not sure what when i was a kid i like i wanted to be a diplomat and go solve the mideast peace crisis and like i. I had all these ideas and i could do it. Why couldn't they do it and i've always had this really strong urge to help but i think personally i tend to do well with the people interacting with people and so i think psychology and counseling psychology in particular has been a good fit and as part of the program we do a lot of research and so you know i got a sense of how much research can move policy help people listened to research and also obviously how research is a really good way to ascertain tatum. What's what's true at a particular moment. So that's a lot of my i guess background and motivation for doing this. I think that's a really good point that we sometimes try to make on. This podcast is <hes> the research is really good at supporting us having a greater understanding of going on and it doesn't eliminate it of course that there is a response to the practice and that is also something to understand and know the research which is great at opening up ways of potential therapies we might not have thought of before and shows that there can be benefit for people in different situations like we're going to be talking about today so let's see we into them. Got you interested in doing this. Particular study yes so this was a study examining manning the experience of cancer survivors and the potential for mindfulness training particularly mindfulness training online to help them so a big part of the most of my motivation is that my father is a cancer survivor multiple times over and so i've had direct experience about how cancer is not just a physical condition. It's it's very far from a soul much of the diagnosed diagnosed sys and being treatment and even after pibor finished quote unquote with treatment is psychological experience of not to mention mentioned the experience you know as in my case for for family members coping with it so when i look at cancer air there's a lot of care are in a lot of focus on the physical component which makes sense obviously we would want people to live and they're so much more to care and into supporting people than just that i thought of meditation in particular because my dad <hes> i mean my parents have always meditated to some degree but when my hi dad was diagnosed with cancer he started meditating very regularly and the the few times that he doesn't talk a whole lot about his experience ends but the few times that i would ask them about it. He shared how helpful meditation and particularly mindfulness is for him and so yeah i thought i would i. I would look at it in the part of me. That really wants to make a difference sort of latched onto the internet based piece of the internet gives us the ability to scale scale treatments immediately to thousands if not millions of people and so while personally like myself i kind of like teaching and learning person to person <hes> i couldn't ignore the potential there at sort of the motivation for the study so something deep in in connection with your own life life and that provides some energy for you to do this work and so. Let's start to take a look at what you did for the study. I'm very curious about when you say internet. Turn it training. What did that look like. Was that intervention. Yes so relatively simple. What my thoughts about it was. I want this to be something that people will actually do you know they're they're different interventions. I think there's a trade off between the more involved. Something is quite possibly the more helpful it is and in some ways the less likely people art do it right so if you've got a website. Are you likely to read twenty pages his of text and go through demonstrations and examples. Maybe maybe not you know. Are you likely to read one page of text yeah. Probably you probably do that so real simple. The intervention was six weeks long each week. Participants who were in the condition that received the mind of spinning intervention got a page to two pages of instruction tax pictures things like that they got a guided meditation guided meditation was pretty brief the between eight and seventeen minutes long so most of them are more about twelve and they got simple ideas for how to practice this outward. When you're driving your car when you're talking to your significant another <hes> etc so <hes> said that was the intervention so each week we asked them to practice the guided meditation listen to that daily and it was audio audio rather than video we ask them. We said you know the daily practices are optional just do it if they're fun and interesting to you and we asked them to read the lesson as as many times as they liked but at least once now we compared that to folks who are getting care as usual so all of these folks in the study were cancer survivors hyper so folks who had had stage one through three cancer and were done with major treatment but they were still within three years of that remission russian so when we were treating stress we wanted to make sure it was stress related to the cancer experience and not just in maybe different stress you might have twenty five years later in your car breaks down said that was the intervention and then we looked at what's the a fact we studied before and after folks in both conditions what's the effect on in particular <hes> depression anxiety which are really common offer folks who have had cancer on overall mood other pieces that might be common for for folks and on sleep since sleep disturbances of pretty common results of anxiety diety and going through major treatments as well and fatigue since that's a big indicator of how much people can realistically do in their lives so so that was that was the study. So what did you find. Did you did some different measures. It sounds like andrew. Those results were came out the study. Will the study showed that the intervention was really effective so on all of the measures the folks who are doing the mindfulness training along with the usual carrying on to support groups etcetera did a good deal better than the folks who were just doing usual joie care doctors visits going to support groups so in every measure the folks who did the training did better and as has been found in other the research there was what we call a ghost response relationships so the folks who practice more often got more benefit so folks folks got benefit even if they just sat down once a week and did the meditation and read the lesson. They got a little bit of benefit the more they did it twice a week and some folks folks that every day as we'd ask wasn't that's okay. We assume that more you did it the more benefit. They got so free you personally. What is the most interesting aspect of this. Perhaps unexpected thing that came out of the results. I mean to be completely honest. I had i didn't know if it would work. I mean self study is like i think people buy books. They read the books they practice. Presumably a does something but the norm. I'm with teaching mindfulness is that there's in person instruction. I think there's a sense that there's some i don't know what are these special sauce. That being in person with the teacher is meaningful. You feel what they have to bring in. You sort of take that so presenting something over over the internet was an unknown and this is not the first study to present a mindfulness training over the internet but it was the first study with a control condition shen to present something that wasn't led by a teacher in real time so there are different types of online intervention. Some you get on there is a teacher feature. There and maybe other students are there as well and you can ask questions. This was what's called a synchronous. So you get on you study at your own pace you take time on the things you wanna take time on but there's.

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"david messer" Discussed on Present Moment: Mindfulness Practice and Science

Present Moment: Mindfulness Practice and Science

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"david messer" Discussed on Present Moment: Mindfulness Practice and Science

"Messer joins us to speak about his research with online mindfulness and cancer recovery <music> and if you're listening to this podcast in find value in insights from what is shared here know that this is made available from your generosity and the generosity of others like you. I want to thank those of you who are making monthly donations to keep this podcast going and if you're not yet please take a moment go to present moment mindfulness dot com and click on make a donation one time or especially monthly donations show. You value this work which can't happen without you. Thank you for your help your support and your kind generosity a question has been brewing in the global mindfulness community for awhile how about the value of online programs and whether they can't compare to the experience of being in person i frequently hear strong me and certain judgments about this from people who have no experience teaching online fact is there are different levels of what is meant by online online and my own experience has been the participants get as much out of these courses as in person including the deep connections formed with one on another.

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"david messer" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

11:07 min | 2 years ago

"david messer" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Fancy miss, Nancy. We love it. The great Nancy Wilson, you know, when you've had a life as rich as Nancy Wilson's. You can't help but smile, and they're more than seventy albums more than seventy albums. And I think I got about ten of the past few days, and, you know, Reverend you know, what I have to tell you. She I didn't realize how much he reminded me of Dinah Washington. She for me was a bridge to dine in Washington. I just. Dinah, Washington and Dakota Stayton. Thank him others the same era. Visceral influence them as well. They said she was like the air to the mantle of Ella. Fitzgerald Nancy Wilson was wherever let's go to some of these callers. I want us to do. So call us come please my friends. Let's stay close semesters. But you saw has the big story this year and its impact because a lot of stories, but some impact and others so physical from California. Good morning. Greetings. Cheated panel. The big story for me was the story behind the headlines that. Unreported store was how many judges were appointed by President Trump's administration. I know President Trump hero and role model was Andrew Jackson. Hangs prominently in the Oval Office. Would that only was Andrew Jackson an Indian slave on Oakland, stole millions of acres of Indian land black families to rice, cotton and cane prisoners will remember it was president? Andrew Jackson appointed hundreds of over a hundred years and one of them was tiny who. Just saying that a black man has no rights that man me to respect so concerned about the effect of the two. One evidence of this judge's ruling. In texas. This is really read on. Thank you for calling Reverend. What's interesting to me is that he that. He really looked at Andrew Jackson because President Trump, you know, has really attached himself to Andrew Jackson and people do that for a reason. And thank you for that fix a co because what's past is prologue Reverend Jackson. Is going to have to save him. Because he's in trouble. Good morning from North Carolina. Juanita. Good morning. How are you? Neither would you see is a big server this year. Okay. A story. I think it happened this year with Bill Cosby and Donald Trump allegations from females. And I really feel bad for the man they situations because our country has yet to define what a family is just the beginning of the Caucasian history here with the rate of African American win. Okay to she doesn't marry and she can have children, and it's a lot of problems from that. And the guy was found by Andrew Jackson being a slave owner if he was a female slave racist. You know that that's a problem for me, Donald Trump. I I like him. I voted for him. We'll have to fix what the family is defined as and what the women were all in the family is and women want to have open relationships with people in marriages. Figure out a whole lot of things other than just children become in between that situation 'cause we just can't slander men. Nita within Anita. Let me ask you this. So you're saying that metoo was probably the biggest story for you this year. Yes. Me too me too. I don't get with that. Okay. I because it really is. We're talking about that's a story that we have not really. Really, really? Dug into because what happened all year? That was their obsession. As as we look at other as for some people that was that was the story. I wanna sit read than his name for French, please call me. One eight six six five hope when sixties is four six number two made a big difference for you. Free walking the big story for you. Story for me was climate change. Radically change the sources of our energy all the next twelve years. The climate by be reversible, which would mean the end of our planet. As we know from nineteen hundreds of two thousand eighteen according to recent reports. The rose by foot expected to rise by over four feet by twenty one hundred and found out just watching court ice reflects. And so when the ice melts it warms and the sees of czar. Which means we're putting more water in the air. Which? Swelling making our storms and flowers, central or more. Occurring more often. More violent storms, some more power LaTasha down right across in particular. What would you see this year the tasha? Oh, my I think the headline is black women. Putting magic all over the country, particularly leading the league resistance in Illinois. You look at Underwood. Thirty one years old pulled off the victory in a predominantly white Republican district, you go I gotta practically she beat it up beat up on combat that was a ten ten term incumbent. You look at at at is going to be Massachusetts, congress Ilan, Omar who was the first American woman were Sita to leave. And then. Down here. No who of murder, but wound up winning the congressional in Georgia. Black women who have been on the forefront of organizing and have been winning office of here. So bad. Concerned with America. Is that blacks don't wanna be stereotype by someone who does something off we say, well, that's not us. That's that person. Why shouldn't that be stereotype as well? A lot of white people are coming alive and big way last the Alabama Georgia and they play Clemson white and black choosing uniform Carla skin color, so big deal, the move wise more civil than ever before. And therefore when you say run for governor of a certain state. That's now that's not just a stage. Don't I mean, you have to have to get it? The more gonna blast up for getting them America. Right. Thank you. Yes, I use my state Representative Marie Cocco. Reverend is like a mentor to me Matthew can call me, whatever you like. I I think really is actually being very humble she mentioned all of the African American women and and women from the African diaspora that actually one congressional seat. But the big story in addition to that to me is the number of black organizers, and I heard your comment Reverend, but there have been black organizer like around that went around the country to galvanize African American voters across the country that actually pushed that turn out out. And that is a huge part of what happened in the midterm elections that a whole lot of people that are are not talking about folks like her that were on the ground telling the stories getting those voters that having voted before. But also folks that vote sometimes. Explain to them, why imports at lobby midterm elections was so important. So I applied Lukasz Brown. Has done. You see you raise a lot of money to buy people that LaTasha, but you can't buy them people who. The work people who paid if I don't get paid work people who were calls, transcend, limitations. Oh of we'll take you David Messer. But do you see if I can comment on that? Newton's third law of physics is that every action has a reaction of equal energy an equal force and equal motion. And I think that we might end up all feeling some sense of gratitude stay with me for a second to Donald Trump because for many people to blunt force trauma. His election, awaken them to some of the darker realities of American, democracy, and culture. So we're seeing that. Unexpected for many electoral victory turn into a source of inspiration and motivation, bringing people to the polls, but even beyond turning people into organizers and activists, and we can see it in all of the congressional victories were talking about the over three hundred local victories, the on the ground movements. And also, I see it in addition to a writer. I'm also a college professor, and I see an interest in politics and an interest in in large and expanding the promise of American democracy with my students that I've not seen before in the big ten years that I've been teaching. So, you know, earlier when I spoke people thought, I was a little too apocalyptic. But I do see reason for hope reason for faith, and that's equal reaction energy that has sprung up. Up in wake of Trump's victory and Trump's. Hideous style of his rhetoric and leadership table, you know, I wouldn't say that you go from Luton low of physics do apocalyptic. You couldn't do homeboy. I'm on the Reverend, Jim. Not.

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"david messer" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"david messer" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

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"david messer" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"david messer" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Good morning, at one twenty I'm Harris Allen the Yankees even their series with a. Raise at a win apiece with a Ford, and nothing victory Masahiro. Tanaka was on a complete. Game three hitter as he. Improved to, eight and. Two with Gary Sanchez. Sent back to. The disabled list often reminded the catch again provided some offense couple of is the AKIs have agreed to a trade with the Orioles reliever Zach Britain. Coming to the bombers for three pitching prospects including Dylan Tate the Yankees expect to, have gleyber Torres back from the DL, for this afternoon, series finale first pitch at. Twelve ten our coverage here on the fan we'll get started at eleven thirty this morning the Mets doubled up the Padre six to three Zack Wheeler up to, four and six he, went seven allowed two runs on four hits wheelers probably pitching as well as. He ever has an his career but catcher David. Messer Rocco says when it comes to wheel or what you see is, what you get I started He's been good so that's the only that I. Know is Log He's got four pitches forty. Pitches he can throw by guys Missouri Rocco gave the Mets the lead for good in. The first inning with a three run double Michael Conforto club. The two run Homer in the third Jeff McNeil called up he got a single in his first, major league at that as a pinch hitter you wanna, assess but it's back to the d. l. for the Mets they're waiting. For a second opinion on possible, foot. Surgery for the slugger the series concludes today at noon checking the scores looks. Like everything is now final as we check the National League, I sixteen innings the Phillies, blocked off on, the dodgers seven four Marlins beat the, Braves nine to. Three the brewers outlasted the nationals in ten. Five to four eleven innings cardinals took care of the reds forty to. The Diamondbacks are raised the cubs, five to. One American League the Orioles edged the Red Sox seventy. Six Boston's lead on the Yankees is down. To five games JD, Martinez in defeat his thirtieth and thirty, first home runs twins five Bluejays nothing royals five Tigers four. The as thirteen to ten. In ten innings over the Rangers. And it's a final format Heim. White Sox four angels two interleague the pirates made it eleven in a row dumping the Indians night. To four the Astros with attending eight two two victory, over the Rockies and it's a final from Seattle the giants holding off. The Mariners four to three jet, side. Durell Rivas to a one day contract and the former all pro cornerback officially. Announced his retirement NBA forward Kevin love.

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"david messer" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"david messer" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Friday morning at four forty i'm harris allen after a painful loss in the matinee and after a three hour rain delay before starting the nightcap the mets were able to salvage a split of their double header in atlanta they broke open a five five game with three runs in the seventh lewis ski your may go ahead two run single mets beat the braves eight to five manager mickey callaway likes ski your maze ability to make contact think he takes the same approach up there you know he's he's gonna put the battle the ball and he grinds out every pitch so take where does that he always has a chance to get a blooper hit the ball hard and that's what he's doing i'm ed rosario had three rbi's brandon nimmo a solo homer kevin plewinski back a catcher off the disabled list three hits in a rivi started pj common not too good for runs in two innings but the bullpen was solid the wind went to robert gazelle jerry's familiar forte jacob degrom seven innings of one run ball in the opener losing four to three seth lugo blew the save giving up a run in the eighth and after david messer rocco's homework the night put up one lugo blew his win serving up charlie culbertson pinch hit walk off two run homer jd davis belted a second inning three run shot off yankee starter domingo herrmann and that sent the astros on their way to a five one triumph over the yankees in the bronx justin verlander went six and twothirds allowed just one run on a greg bird long ball or lender hosting his seventh win games have lost four of their last six games they'll try to get back on track tonight with cc's about the on the mound against charlie morton it's here on the fan at six twenty five yankees now two games back in the red sox which brings us to the scoreboard of the american league socks over the blue jays eight three the raise outlasted the as in thirteen one nothing indians whip the white sox nine six tigers dump the angels nine three mariners by the rangers to one the twins duffed the royals eight to five interleague national six orioles nothing in the nfl the dodgers edge of the fills five to four.

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"david messer" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"david messer" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"The two teams of both twenty five and ten tonight the x go with masahiro tanaka against rick forsillo here on the fan beginning at six twenty five the reds beat the mets seventytwo evening that series at one jason vargas was lit up for a third straight start four runs at four innings falling to owen three a halio suarez at four ribs for the reds the wind started louise's sto five and two thirds innings of two run ball wilmer flores with a solo homer in defeat mets have lost seven of eight and they did trade away matt harvey to the reds for catcher david messer rocco who pinch hit of the night and struck out looking he's reuniting with former reds teammates todd frazier and jay bruce but frazier is on the disabled list now with a strained hamstring rub game the series today at twelve thirty five already the third no hitter this season james paxton pitch the mariners over the blue jays five to nothing he walked three in the no finishing it with just ninety nine pitches elsewhere in the american league the royals blew away the orioles fifteen seven the tigers over the ranger seventy four the astros double d as forty two and the nfl nationals four padres nothing phillies four giants to cubs four marlins three the diamondbacks outlasted the dodgers eight to five in twelve innings inter league braves one zip on the raise the brewers by the indians three two the twins dump the card seventy one pirates outscored the white sox ten six there was the rockies bouncing the angels four two to the nba the warriors win the fifteenth straight home playoff game topping the pelicans one thirteen one oh four winning that second round series four games to one steph curry twentyeight points golden state in the west finals for a fourth straight year and this time they'll take on the rockets who ended their series with the jazz in five with a one twelve one.

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