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White House to release new guidelines after Khashoggi intel report

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04:46 min | Last week

White House to release new guidelines after Khashoggi intel report

"Covert deaths, a new declassified version of the U. S Intelligence report concluding that Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Solomon often referred to his NBS approved of the 2018 killing of journalists, Jamal Kashiwagi, the officials saying that the report by the office of the Director of National Intelligence, Deanna In coordination with the CIA, concluding that the crown prince approved in likely erred erred, ordered the murder of Kashiwagi, who's washing post column had criticized the crown Prince CNN, NBC and Reuters are among those news organizations reporting that the group which had assassinated and dismembered this Saudi dissident, then flew to Istanbul on private jets owned by a company previously seized by the Middle Eastern kingdoms, Controversial MBS. But at the White House today, this question to press secretary Jen Psaki said. When they Talk that the president won't hold back. Will he be following up this talk with actions are sanctions on the table. E think there are a range of actions that are on the table. But the first step is the next step. I should say it's for the president to speak with the king. We expect that to happen very soon. As you know, we've committed to the release of an unclassified report that would come out from Deanna and not from the White House on. Of course, our administration is focused on recalibrating the relationship as we've talked about in here previously, and certainly there are areas where we will express concerns on and leave open the option of accountability. There also areas where we will continue to work with Saudi Arabia. Given the threats they face in the region. Well, hold up to the phone call. Is the king avoiding your calls? I don't think that's the characterization. The president has a busy schedule. The king. Obviously, I can't speak to his schedule. I'm not his spokesperson, but we expect the call to happen very soon. I think there was an inaccurate reporting about being confirmed when it wasn't a confirmed call. Yet if you have made clear that the president's gonna be speaking with his counterpart with it came with the Crown prince. But given the Crown princess role in the future of the kingdom, and that he is expected to be implicated here, why not speak to the person I expect to be responsible? Well, I think the president's conversation will cover a range of topics with the king. There's obviously A lot to discuss with Saudi Arabian with the leaders of Saudi Arabia, And as I noted, a previously noted the conferences have been engaged with his appropriate counterparts. The president will be engaged with his appropriate counterparts, and we're engaged at many levels with leaders in Saudi Arabia. So will the conferences counterparts here, But often he's teaching him about this issue that he spoke with him last week. They did a readout. I don't think I have anything more about their call from today's White House briefing. We should Point out during a September 2019 interview with CBS is Norah O'Donnell for 60 Minutes. Piece, the Saudi Crown prince denying any knowledge of Jamal cash. Augie's death his answers through a translator. The world wants the answer to this question. How did you not know about this operation about that? Some think that I should know what three million people working for the Saudi government do daily. It's impossible that the three million would send their daily reports to the leader or the second highest person in the Saudi government. Two of your closest advisors, who are accused of orchestrating this plot were fired by the king removed. From your inner circle. The question is, How could you not know if this was carried out by people who are close to you? The only doctors today the investigations are being carried out and once charges are proven against someone, regardless of their rank, it will be taken to court. No exception made. I've read what the Saudi prosecutor has said about those that are charged in this murder. And it's gruesome the details when you heard that people close to you and in your government carried out such a grisly murder, and that the American government thinks that you ordered it. What did you think I could be the godmother of Lord Coffee, Mother, Cutie. I believe what you mentioned is not correct. There isn't an official statement announced by the American government in this rig. Heart. There isn't clear information or evidence that someone close to me did something to that effect their charges and they're being investigated. But again, you cannot imagine the pain that we suffered, especially as the Saudi government from a crime such as this one. That from September of 2019 the interview available at CBS news dot com, and you heard the Saudi Crown Prince to a translator. Again the headline today a new declassified version of the U. S Intelligence report, concluding that the Saudi Crown prince did approve of the 2018 killing of

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Suspect killed in officer-involved shooting in Seattle's Central District

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

01:02 min | 3 weeks ago

Suspect killed in officer-involved shooting in Seattle's Central District

"Shot a man to death last night after they say he fired on them at the scene of a central district homicide. We get more from Cuomo's Corwin Hick. Gunshots erupted near 23rd in Massachusetts around 9 15 last night. When Seattle officers arrived, a man began firing it. Then officers returned fire and killed the gunman. Moments later, officers found two women in a car both shot multiple times. One of those victims has died. Seattle police Assistant Chief Deanna Nolan says investigators are still piecing together what happened. We believe that the there was some sort of a relationship. Between the suspect and the victims, and we believe that the suspect may have lived in this area. No lead is well aware police use of deadly force is always controversial. Although police have made no mention of race, some social media posts are already characterizing the incident as another black man killed by police being open Transparent investigation or probes ongoing, led by the Seattle Police Force Investigation Unit. Corwin

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NFL and COVID-19: The Impact on the Media's Access to the Game

Sports Talk Saturday with Sal Capaccio

04:54 min | 3 weeks ago

NFL and COVID-19: The Impact on the Media's Access to the Game

"Clayton, NFL reporter met with Mike's Open the bulldog in the afternoon show this week. John Clayton. Maybe it's different to John Clayton on the Western Hotline. How strange is it for you this year, John covering this game and talking about it, writing about it without being there. Really strange. I mean, this is the first one that I've missed now since 1983. But you know, it's an of course everything's on zoom and all those different things. I missed a lot of the press conferences, although I did catch Roger Goodell's today, the more Smith today and you know, maybe a couple others, but that's been about it. But it is so strange because, you know Hall of Fame meeting was going to always be Saturday, the night before the Super Bowl. That's not gonna happen. We've already had that meeting the you know, going to the press conferences and all that would be such a normal thing. But, yeah, this is so different because it's something I'm not used to infect it. Kami cold the other day on radio, somebody says, What do you usually snack on during when you're watching the Super Bowl? I said what was ever in the press box. Well, this is the first Isis 1983 that I'm not going to be in the press box. All right. You're gonna make a spread at home. You gotta figure out what's going to do that, right? Yeah, that is, um it is different. If you this might not be like the most pertinent thing, John. But Have you thought at all about how much if any, of how the league has handled in particular media and interviews and access will change moving forward, even Let's assume in in a in a year or two. We're all vaccinated and there is a new one of these on the horizon, like were quote unquote normal pre pandemic right. People are going to these events and media are there covering it, and everything is like it has always been traveling to and from these games Do you think the league or the teams in the league might like to still restrict some of that access? Just because well, They've liked having access restricted. Well, I think that there's a decent chance of that. You know, my big worry is particularly during the week whether they will not open up the locker room. And will they open up the locker room after games. I mean, that's still a possibility, too, because you know the way the vaccine back Elder backs is the nation's air coming is that you know, we're probably gonna go into maybe the fall to have everybody vaccinated. And so that's going to be the case. You know, you would have more testing and different things like that. So, yeah, I'm a little bit worried that we may have another virtual year of not being able to see or talk to the players except on zoom. It does seem already that there's discussion about from teams that some of the changes last year too many camps and schedule like the off season schedule. Well, if if they don't remain the same way as they were last year, they will also not be how they used to be. Yeah, I mean, you know, you have to anticipate first off that the league is going to go to 17 games for revenue purposes, and I don't cut it down to maybe two preseason games. If any, you know again, they may go without a preseason. But again, I think that'd be a mistake. I think you still need the coaches to be able to put the players on the field and the players Association and the players don't wanna have O T A S and mini camp. And I think you know that could be a mistake to because I think I think about this. I mean, this is gonna be the strangest college draft we've ever seen. Because, you know, did the G m's the scouts and that Have not gone to the schools to be able to see. The players have been prohibited from that, you know, they did have the Senior Bowl. But that takes care of 136 players were able to see in person and there's no scouting except watching everybody in the pro days. There's no combine. And so because of that, you know you're gonna have so many more mistakes because there's so much Little you don't know, And then they make it even tougher. Remember, you have a whole bunch of college opt outs. The guys that skip the season so basically, you haven't seen them play since 2000 and 19. That then I think, by the way, my opinion is that right there is the big one with means, not everybody, but it's got guys that played only a couple of games with their their schedules shortened or didn't play at all. You know, you didn't ask me this and I don't. I know you won't agree with it. There's already so much so many mistakes in the draft as it is, they said the same thing about practice when the Titans couldn't practice. You know, he's supposed to assume they're going to be awful. They were great. And the Browns didn't have their head coach and couldn't practice like more than once. And there were big blowout. The Steelers. You know, like, I don't know. I think I think the draft will end up looking mostly the same, but we'll see. Deanna, and it sure looks like the timing of it, too, is that you know the draft is going to be virtual like it was last year, which turned out to be a pretty good success because you know it kind of give you that home feeling Because now I mean, you're in the homes of the players are in the family of the players and all that different stuff. And so that seemed to work out very well. But you know, because I'm always used to go into the draft wherever it's going to be. So this might be the second year. I might miss that.

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"deanna" Discussed on Leading Saints Podcast

Leading Saints Podcast

08:06 min | Last month

"deanna" Discussed on Leading Saints Podcast

"Our ability to feel savior's love and perfect love casts out all fear in. I really learning that. If i'm going to be able to be the saviors instrument when i come to teach whether i'm teaching leaders in manila you know or kenya or wherever i am were. I'm teaching fifteen in sunday school. If i'm fearful can run out this route with me to the want to torture asking me but it is be willing to do the work. Ask the lord. Father what would you have put down so that i have more of you available to me in more of your love to give to those that. I'm teaching because our job is not to impart wisdom. Our job is to connect and engage. Learners is a different reason for teaching than older reasons. We've done it before. I don't think as a people we've not caught up to that yet and i hope it's one of the things that sticks around after. Kobe is gone because we can't teach the way we used to get the results that the lord needs to have. Yeah and you only talk about discomfort for the the participants in the class. There's also a level of discomfort for the teacher. The instructor that that's trying to facilitate this. It's it can be a little bit scary. But that's where the faith steps in rather than the fear you know. Just a short thirty second story occurred that going back to the beginning ally stake relief society ear. Because that's what got us connected to begin with. I remember going to conduct my first one on one with a relief society president. And i'm thinking. Who am i to be doing this. I'm so i. I feel so small and i tell my more for me than for her. I pulled up an extra chair. We had an empty chair sitting next to us. And i said to her. I'm just going to be honest here. I don't know what i'm doing. But i know the savior knows you. And he knows me. And i knew that as we step into the together he will be here. Because we're two or three are gathered in his name. He will come so i'd like to assume and like you still with me that he's going to be here guiding us both no when i said that. My fear was gone because i acknowledged. I didn't pretend it was there. I flat out said look. I don't know what i'm doing. And i'm a little scared. This is my first interview. I never really i prison for. Don't know what i'm supposed to be doing. You don't know what you're supposed to be doing here either. So we'll let him be here and his presence will give us comfort. And we'll give us both light and i will tell you we finished that. I still remember. It was so sweet. She said. I feel like we've had angels attend. I feel like we were circled about by fire philanthropy. Fi- seventeen right now. I'll never forget it. It's like we don't have to know kurt. We don't have to be experts at anything. We just have to show up and be on his errand get rid of our own agendas and sometimes at least for me at the beginning of my agenda was i have to feel about myself when i let that one. Go interested okay. Save your i love you and you've asked me to do this so you must trust me so i'm gonna trust you to help me. It was enough. Yeah that's awesome. You know as tessie says powerful on facebook here just such a encouraging message in any. Obviously we can't solve all the world's problems in one streaming interview here in any point. We've missed that You wanna make sure we hit before we wrap up. I think that i would finish by same not just to you kurt Missing you we have been prepared for thousands of years. Our spirits already know we may have been able to have a lot of details about our life because god could show everything. We wouldn't remembered anyway so he could chose everything. But you know what's amazing is that our spirits understood that there was one thing that would cross the veil that any effort we put in to develop or spiritual gifts before we came your would travel with us and so we knew that there would be these assignments and we worked and we practiced in. We prepared we prepared for thousands of years and that knowledge insight. It's still in you. It's in me our spirits new renew and we said yes. We couldn't hardly wait. And that gives me confidence when i go. I don't know and your head does it. No but your spirit does and when you get rid of your fear than the only thing that's there is there. Is this light that connects that spiritual intelligence to my conscious mind. And it's streams into mandates comes from him and remembrance practice as we were reading for zaire four eleven and twelve it literally allows. It's allowed me to remember things that i did not. I knew one of the things that i often teach my instructors. When i'm teaching people in to become facilitators of our continent we've got conscious knowing what you know that you know you've got unconscious knowing what you know that you don't know that you know you do know it but you're not conscious of it and then there's this thing that you might call universal knowing universal. No it is just like there was this insight that's author. Would you're completely opened. The scientists comes into you and you find it and you had no idea where it came from. And we've got this available to us members of this church who have made sacred coming soon the temple we are a part of synergy and it is not just our love here. We see each other that we have been taught that dnc eighty four. I had given minute angels charge concerning you and we are multiplied by powers beyond the veil that we cannot now fully see or understand nor will we until we're there and we become of people who are here and as long as we put down our weapons that were not afraid then we we become part of that spiritual streaming of light and truth and love into the lives of other people. And i believe that is what it means to be a teacher in the church. Today it's to be a streamer of light and love and truth a connector multiplier and help other people figure out how to do that for themselves and they cannot do that by listening to a lecture anymore. That is no longer sufficient to help. People get where they need to be today. That concludes my interview with deanna murphy. A big shout out to her again. Isn't this powerful her way of doing this and just encouraging an individual shaming. This process really is hopefully going to help a lot of leaders and teachers out there make for better zoom interaction or online classroom. Now if you'd like to get access or get a copy of the handouts. She referenced in her slides she reference on the on the facebook live. You can just simply text the word lead to four seven four seven four seven and that will be included in the email that you get after you that just text the word lead to four seven four seven four seven or we'll put a link in the show notes basically leading saints dot org slash. Subscribe and put your email there and there will know where to send the form and we'll have some other places hopefully popping up soon on the website how to access the information from deanna. So we'd love to hear how you're using it changing your approach to leading and so don't hesitate to reach out to us leading saints dot org slash contact and we'd love to hear the positive impact that people like deanna murphy. You're having those. That are listening. And i would love to hear from any of you out there during this time. Especially as we're facing new leadership dynamics right whether it's virtual church or you know socially distanced individuals or the hardship of of really getting a community of people together to serve each other. I mean there's so many new dynamics in this in this world with this pandemic so many other reasons and so if you have a certain question topic idea that would really help us leader. Don't hesitate gordon to leading saints dot org slash contact and telling us about it and we don't know how to answer the question that you asked as far as who expert do i.

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Senate confirms Avril Haines as director of national intelligence

The Ben Shapiro Show

00:15 sec | Last month

Senate confirms Avril Haines as director of national intelligence

"The Senate has confirmed Averil Haynes's president, Biden's director of national intelligence, She's the first Cabinet level nominee approved in the new administration. She also happens to be the first woman to serve in the role of Deanna. She was confirmed with a vote of 84 to

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Sony Confirms At Least 10 Movies and TV Shows Based on PlayStation Franchises In the Works

The Business of Esports

06:43 min | 2 months ago

Sony Confirms At Least 10 Movies and TV Shows Based on PlayStation Franchises In the Works

"The headline here. Sony has seven. Tv shows and three movies in development based on playstation games. No word on if the uncharted movie and the last of us tv series are included in that count So this came directly from sony pictures chairman and ceo where he revealed that his studio is developing seven tv shows. Movies based on playstation games They didn't name any names. Which i thought was interesting They didn't name any dates. Either i mean it's it's interesting right. The big headline. It's a catchy headline. It goes back to sort of a common theme here which is disney. Everything becoming disney The question is what seven tv shows and three movies are going to. Are they gonna make like the you would think they would have less than a little bit. I with the slate of tv's shows and movies sort of being hit or miss on the gaming front. Why not name specific so that they could get some kind of audience feedback and reaction guys. Think i'm particularly interested in these. Tv shows a lot harder than you know. Hour and a half to our movie like a lot of how are they going to agreed entire development but like for example last of us just as as an example. I see that much more as a series tv series than a movie way that one. Either you know. Like uncharted awesome movie. I would watch the movie in a second. But i'm charted obvious here right. Yeah so it out. It's like fixed indiana jones. It's like deanna jones but good. Now let potlucks i. I should say indiana jones. That came out rock. Indiana jones was always incredible and the first three movies are amazing. I mean the margin just to be very clear yes. Indiana jones is amazing. Don't worry paul. We still agree on that. I was about to go after. There is no joy in my heart. I do not like any film harrison. Ford what's that other big zombie series. I wife walking dead right won't wouldn't the last of us tv series feel like a lot like walking dead walking very successful true. True that is shockingly popular like however pushes won't feel and look very much the same. I don't know well. I could say that about every zombie movie ever doesn't days later feel like dawn of the dead. Feel like i don't know you know. Heart of darkness feel like our army of darkness. Like i mean there's zombie thing. Apparently we can have infinitely many of them. People still watch them martin's comments maybe the best here god of war movie would be incredible. I agree but let me come back to the original question here. Why why not announce what they're going to be. I think sony's like. Ip slate is clear. What sony actually owns either man part of that interesting. I think everybody tamargo. Marvin moons But i think there was something with. Sony had movie rights now marble makes the movies but sony distributes it but i think the characters owned by marvel but don't you agree that sony's ip is not crystal clear at least to me well especially without announcing what these shows are. I had no idea what that would make a. you know. I mean uncharted. And last of us were legitimately the only do that. I thought of has a theory why they would announce this without naming names might still figuring out pregnant prematurely sony and william. You might have better with this. But they're i think they're they're video game department way more higher class than their their movie studio and their production studio. I don't think sony pictures is particularly You know they're kind of like the fourth or fifth player. I think in the in the studio in the movie. Production game Obviously sony entertainment on the video game side is very well respected as developer. So i don't know if they can actually execute on this plan. We kind of talked about the riot. How we thought riot would actually which is ironic because ryan has never had anything to do with movies. But i think. I personally feel more confident riot. Being able to make a movie slash. Tv shell about league of legends. Than i am about sony which actually is in the business of making movies. Is it going to be able to have that magic s word. Synergy to in the movie and entertainment. That's so interesting. Because i have a much higher confidence in sony than riot and i'll i'll just i'll just be very simple. It's like. I actually think. Sony has blueprints or more coherent blueprint for what to do like the uncharted movie. They could literally take dialogue and scenes from the game and it would be a good movie. Like i think of uncharted. Moore's movie than a game right like they literally at the equivalent of the marvel comics story board like they can just take the game and take out the like. they're good. they're i think lee has a harder goal there because what is like. What's the story of league of legends. Jeff do you know who's the protagonist like i. I'm sure there are answers to this. And i think i might go no. I don't think anybody really does raise. Like the reality is they. Were pretty complicated. I'm taking crazy. Maybe those riots berretta blizzard and other Do i think riot can pull it off. Yes yes this is not like right. It's gonna make it. I think they're make a great movie. But i think it's much easier for sony because sony literally needs to pick an uncharted game. Get this got the script descriptive at cut it down to two hours and film it and it will be just fine. The games are designed to be like movies. They're set piece moments witty banter reasonably sharp characters and interesting relationships between them like they're gold. You know what i mean. And i think the same by the way of god of war i legitimately think than this last god of war probably might have been better as murphy in some regards like i enjoyed the story and the setpiece moment so much and the camera work was cinematic. Like half of let me the last god of war good was like how beautiful it looked and how it drew you into the narrative with immersion and and that was all i think it was all camera camera lights like perfect for though so

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"deanna" Discussed on Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

02:24 min | 2 months ago

"deanna" Discussed on Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

"What is your soul full responsibility. What is the role. Now that you play in your life and in this world that makes a difference through your own innate essence who you truly are what is your. What is your purpose. What is your mission. How can you show up for yourself and others from a place of love and compassion and then the final section. Which is so important to me. Because i read a ton of self help books like this and none of them. Had this in the way that i've experienced it. The final section is the literal. How to's so this place to everybody's masculine energy focal point and it gives you the exact tools that you need to start utilizing on a daily basis and. Don't worry. I do map it out for you where you're not supposed to do every single one every single day. It is your mental. Allow yourself to be guided by intuition to see which of these you wanna use so things like. How do you do. Efg tapping emotional freedom. What does it mean howdy. You start journaling if you've never journal before you've had fear around at. How do you get started. Three different types of meditation. Three different types of breath work to move energy impromptu through your whole system. there's a whole variety of resources there and actual tangible how to's and it's meant to be something that you can come back to on a regular basis this beautiful resource guide for you for the rest of time. I am so excited to read this book. I cannot wait. What a great. For the beginning of twenty twenty one like get all that negative energy out of here bring the abundance mindset in to have a more positive life so where can people get the book and then where can people learn more about you and find you all of the places yes awesome. Thank you for that So the first thing i'd say is if your digging this conversation than i highly recommend you come and join me on. Facebook immigration called the empowered woman collective. It's a really inclusive space with plenty of amazing women who were just being themselves. Unapologetically and i offer super random workshops and ideas and things that come forward. I bring in different special guests on a regular basis where share a lot of my more intimate spiritual thoughts and connections energetic pieces of myself. It's a really beautiful space. So that's the empowered woman collective on facebook and to order a copy of feminine warrior. You can do it by going to my website. Deanna.

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Joe Biden Announces Nominee For Education Secretary, Miguel Cardona

The KFBK Morning News

01:12 min | 2 months ago

Joe Biden Announces Nominee For Education Secretary, Miguel Cardona

"Joe Biden. First of all, he held a news conference. And he announced a new member to his diverse cabinet. But there was a little bit of an issue to take a listen to what he says. And then we'll tell you about the issue on the other side today. I'm pleased to announce that such a nominee we have Dr Miguel Cardona. Like other Cabinet nomination appointees. He's brilliant, he's qualified, and he's tested. He's going to join the Biden Harris Cabinet. It is gonna be historic Cabinet. Already. There are more people of color in this cabinet than any Cabinet. The history United States. More women than ever. First openly gay cabinet member, So he's right in that it's going to be a diverse cabinet. But they're not going to have the first openly gay Cabinet member right because this is from the director of National intelligence website Deanna their website. On February, 20 Richard Grenell was appointed acting director of national intelligence, becoming the first openly gay Deanna and Cabinet member in American history. Right Well, there'll be a lot of claims back and forth, and I know Axios is doing something where they're putting Cabinet picks side by side Trump 2017 to compare and contrast the diversity and okay, he's doing what

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"deanna" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

103.5 KISS FM

02:55 min | 4 months ago

"deanna" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

"To the cabin, the brown thing down coming on my phone, Deanna Gamma paint like money. Tonight. Just Today, Money Sort of a brain. Fresh O sign 135 KISS FM Chicago's number one hit music station,.

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"deanna" Discussed on The Design of Business - The Business of Design

The Design of Business - The Business of Design

02:24 min | 4 months ago

"deanna" Discussed on The Design of Business - The Business of Design

"It as much but able to be safely in real space and time with folks, and then come back and be digital is is something that we we are going to be doing. And so I I hope that right now can do their individual work around race. Right this is a this is an individual inquiry. Brains to have the courageous conversations. And question everything every single system you're operating and should be questioned. And the interested interesting curious about what a different future could look. there's a lot to be done. It's it's intense. It's thank you so much for spending some time with a we really appreciate you..

"deanna" Discussed on The Design of Business - The Business of Design

The Design of Business - The Business of Design

08:24 min | 4 months ago

"deanna" Discussed on The Design of Business - The Business of Design

"World without present. To drop their kids off for care they can get some they can meet with a lawyer. If they need to look at record expunged, you can go there for a restorative justice process if you need daily needs retail grocery store. So fashion you have all of these things. There's a lobby where I could just plug my phone in and get access to the Internet. So it's an entirely different kinds of place that's. Replace these things. Deanna van Buren. Is the CO founder of designing justice designing spaces. Nonprofit. Working to end mass incarceration by building an alternative infrastructure trained as an architect van. Buren is based in Oakland California down in welcome to the PODCAST. Thank you. Thank you for helping make. Your point of entry in this work, which we're to get into in a moment is to architecture. What were you always destined to study architecture was that from the very beginning where you thought your path lead You know I think. So I think if I look back I, didn't know when an architect was. If I had I would have known that from about the age of eight or nine that that's what I was going to do. I just spent a lot of time building things. Cities in my basement, taking boxes and Styrofoam turning them into a housing for myself and my animals you know that was kind of. All Day every day was pretty obvious. I think I realized that the age of twelve wouldn't architect was like, Oh, I'm going to do that. That's what it is that. I do. It's amazing. I still do it. You focus primarily on on some pretty traditional architecture projects. Once he first became a professional and I learned when I listened to your Tedtalk and I do recommend it for everybody listening that you had an epiphany when he went into prison for the first time I'd love to hear you talk a little bit Deanna about what got you into that prison in the first place what it was you were teaching and what you thought you were there to do. Yeah. Well, you know it was interesting because I had been hounding restorative justice practitioners all over the country to talk like I care about restorative justice and designed, and they're like, what are we don't even know what you're talking about and then one day Sujata Balita who is a macarthur genius fellow currently said You knew you should call Dr Barb tapes which adopted and performed cares about that. She's talking about design and restorative justice. So I emailed her. Literally, five minutes later she emailed back and we have been working together ever since she had been working in prisons in Pennsylvania for a long time. And it was her that invited me to teach a class with her about the intersection of restorative justice in design in Chester prison it was A. Long class be inside out programme where folks from a local of Liberal Arts University with coming into the prison to to take the same class with incarcerated people and I was doing the Loeb Fellowship at the time at Harvard and the Loeb Fellowship paid for me to fly every week down to Pennsylvania to Philadelphia to go into the prison and teach with barb, teach these students and we test it out all kinds of things you know, how do you do design studios in side of a correctional facility when you can only bring in pieces of paper basically and was that class that helped us develop a designing justice kit to do design studios in high security settings and? It was it was really one of two epiphanies that was a big one about. What the end result of the system look like I think I. had been exposed ally to the way that media portrayed black and Brown folks around policing, but to really go into an institution. And have a real experience of what it's like in there to see that all of my students were black. And that all of the outside students from the university were white and to get to know the men as people and. To see how they were scriptures prior to going into the class kind of experiences that they were having was just so it was just hard for me to even grapple with it. I just had not had that direct contact with incarcerated people inside of an institution before. And when was that what year was that that was in twenty thirteen? What have you learned from all of the implementations of the designing justice? toolkit. Well for on our end, what we've learned is what actually has to get built to address harm that's been done. What did that might look like? What should I feel like? What are we talking about? We've been able to do them in jails in prisons with with men and women the work of some of the men and women was on display at the Cooper Hewitt. Museum in New York so. People were able to learn about what the vision is for of the future of justice from the perspective of incarcerated men and women. It's really important that they are engaged in that visiting. These are models and drawings beautiful work came out of those and it can be used outside of correctional facilities can use it anywhere. We use it all the time, a lot of the tools that we fell ups easy. You've you've talked about the values of the people using these spaces that you are trying to develop. What have you learned from the kinds of experiences they've told you about and how has the work changed result quite can give an example when I was developing the women's mobile refuge I went into the San Francisco jail to work with about sixty women. Incarcerated? Women around The fact that they needed space of refuge when they got out there getting released in the middle of the night, very dangerous situation for them women have have been lost from that. And so I had in my own mind. Of course, an idea of what I saw they might need but I believe in the process of engaging folks who four and they ask for it and I went in and I did about forty hours of seat time with these women and a week, and we did a deep dive on design of what this environment should look be like and I was wrong about all. My assumptions you know like only get out at three o'clock and they wanna go to sleep and that's not what they wanNA. Do Right. They want to get a change of clothes they want to meet with a caseworker they want to figure out where they're going. They want to sit in a comfortable chair right? They'd haven't sat sometimes for years an a comfortable chair, and so they were really able to talk to me. About your experience inside and what they needed to have to transition out. They were very clear that I was clear with them at the beginning I was like I need you to tell me what do I have never been incarcerated. I've never been lived on the streets and they really respected me because I opened with that then I got them to share a lot with me and was able to translate those into a Project and it looks exactly as way they wanted it to has all the things they asked for. I. Fought hard for those lodging hot pink recliners. They're gorgeous. You know designed and made patterns that reflected their ideas and put them on cushions. So as an architect, I was able to go from from this macro down to the smallest details based on their input was very enriching experience an a beautiful project that came out. It sounds like listening actually listening with respect and openness is the gateway to all of this. but I, do think we need to learn a little bit more about what restorative justice actually is. What restorative justice is is this philosophy that states when there's been a harm that there's been a breach of relationship and the goal of justice should be to repair the breach and so bringing together all the stakeholders in the offense together to talk through it. Is a whole range of processes right that can be from a small groups to large groups. There's family group conferencing victim offender dialogue we've seen the. Courts in Rwanda. Reconciliation Courts in South Africa, and you bring the parties together to address the offender's conduct and what happened and what does the survivor need and I think you know we have to understand that restorative justice only works when the survivor wants to do the process and those who've committed the offence have.

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1 million new cases of coronavirus in the last 3 weeks

NBC Nightly News

02:27 min | 5 months ago

1 million new cases of coronavirus in the last 3 weeks

"At the center of this campaign is the corona pandemic, a million new cases and just three weeks. Some states hitting numbers not seen even at the start of the outbreak we get more now from Gallagher Almaguer. The signs of strain or most daunted hospitals in states like Wisconsin where the daily number of deaths have more than tripled some issues are at ninety percent capacity at least a dozen states soaring to all time highs for covert hospitalizations Florida with the highest number of deaths in twenty four hours. UNCONSCIOUS FOR ABOUT Two and a half months. Deanna hair left a Michigan. Yesterday after a one, hundred, ninety, six day battle with covy. Our lives. Changed forever with no region spared as we fall deeper into crisis, the growing tidal wave of new infections is climbing by the million almost every month with spikes in the summer, and now another million in just the last three weeks. After scenes like these across the country, the Mayor of Boston vows to crack down on house parties. It's a perfect scenario, a petri dish for the spread of the virus but small gatherings are also fueling the rise the governor of Rhode Island ordering businesses to close all break rooms in Georgia thirteen workers inside an election prep center tested positive I think that as we enter the fall the winter, every part of the nation's going to be lit up by infection with some. Towns prepared to reinstate restrictions today cities like Denver requiring masks outdoors in limiting gatherings to five people states like Texas, though have given the all-clear for bars to open at reduced capacity across the nation more than thirty six, thousand people are hospitalized with Kobe officials worry that number is poised to balloon. especially, fatigue grows overtaking precautions Gail Brousseau a beloved grandmother in school bus driver took every safety measure she could. But today her family holds her funeral and for she separate last. Tell the she loves. Somebody else. Coca Brousseau is now one of the two hundred nineteen thousand Americans die of Covid the heartbreak felt by her family certain to be shared by so many more

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Face shields, masks with valves ineffective against COVID-19 spread: study

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:50 sec | 6 months ago

Face shields, masks with valves ineffective against COVID-19 spread: study

"Our face shields better than masks when it comes to protecting yourself from Corona virus. Here's our health reporter Doctor Deanna Law, Thor Surgical masks are more effective than clear plastic face shields or masks with valves in preventing the spread of covert 19. That's according to a study in the journal Physics of Fluids, The researchers used a hollow mannequin head and simulated a cough or sneeze, then used laser sheets to trace the expelled droplets. They found the face. Shields were able to block that initial forward motion off the exhaled airborne particles. However, the expelled droplets were able to move around the visor with relative ease, and some of the large droplets were able to pass through the velvet face masks. The CDC recommends cloth face coverings as a way to slow the spread of Kobe

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Is This The Reason You Find It Hard To Meditate?

My Seven Chakras

05:23 min | 7 months ago

Is This The Reason You Find It Hard To Meditate?

"One of the most frequent questions I get from people in our communities, why am I finding it hard to meditate? Are they using the wrong techniques? Saturday, utilizing incorrect strategies are they just not suited for meditation or is it something else? This is an important topic that we're going to explore interests episode, which happens to be the third party for. A yogi breath work CD's I've done two episodes before this is to make sure that you listen to do as well. But before we proceed especially, if you're on your iphone, the make sure that you hit the subscribe button because that does something. To the Algorithm makes the episode appear in front of a stranger who otherwise would never have come across our podcast. So take half a second please press the button subscribed. So, going back to our topic for today, which is why do people find it hard demented and it's interesting because I had the same challenge when starting out on my own spiritual awakening journey and this this can be hard because you feel if I don't meditate then it's over for me. What else am I supposed to do how we like on my mind? How will I reduce the stress that I'm experiencing right now huckabee alleviate this anxiety. That's. All only well, firstly, calm down because lucky for you. The aid should Yogis of India spent thousands of years through trial and error to figure this stuff out if probably went through the same challenges as you and me were going through and what is the challenge when it's hard to control your thoughts it's so hard to control your thoughts because your thoughts are subtle, you can't hold onto them. You can't catch them you can't move them. They're always there. And when you thought the of died down, the gentle begins once again sounds familiar. So it's heart and I feel you. So before we talk about the solution that these Yogi musters came up with, let's I understand what is the goal of Yoga? What is it going to yoga the goal of Yoga? Is Do not get fit although that's worth. A lot of people think the real goal of Yoga is to unite east to merge. Merge with what you ask well. With the universe around you the goal of Yoga is to dissolve your ego self and go beyond the sense of separation and realize that you my friend are connected with everything around you. The animals, you objects, the people when you go past this separation, it is as if you have downloaded the truth of the universe and you feel an intense sense of release and joy and bliss, and some people are able to see a magnificent bright shiny star in their Thursday. As if you know, there is a star that has manifested. That has the density of thousand suns now. This as you can imagine, is not just that reduction of stress or alleviation of anxiety which are verticals along your path. This is the realization that you are not this body. You are not this meet bank that you're occupying right now you are a divine being flight. So that's good but somehow the yogis realized that you cannot jump street to that level or at least normal people would find it hard to jump straight do an advanced level, which is why they came up with an eight step blend of self realization we discard a tongue up our sh- means it. Dunga means limp in Sanskrit you see the Yogis will methodical very systematic and one can argue that they were very scientific as well in approach to self realization and self healing and guess what the meditation practice that brought you and me were trying so hard to do is step number seven. Out of eight steps, which card dion. So it's like attempting to go into seventh grade of school without really going through preschool second grade and third grade. You gotta go step by step they've advised. So Deanna means uninterrupted flow of concentration. When Yoda, able to effortlessly quiet in your mind and let go of all your thoughts in this my friend can be hard without a lot of practice but the yogis realized something realized the interconnectedness of our being. Disconnected with our senses, our senses are connected to our breath are breath is connected to our physical body and so on and so forth controlling your subtle thoughts might be hard but what you can attempt to control is how you who your body and that's where they began but even before starting their physical practice realized that Yoga is a very sacred and divine practice. So step number one out of this eight Ford Baath. Yama Yup. Deals with one's ethical standards and sense of

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Thousands Volunteer for COVID-19 Vaccine Study

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:55 sec | 7 months ago

Thousands Volunteer for COVID-19 Vaccine Study

"Michigan has now added nearly 700 new Corona virus cases to its tally, the state's Saturday reporting 698 new positive cases and three new deaths. Two of the deaths were I d through a review of records. Since the start of the pandemic, there have been 6250 deaths in the state. 86,889 cases volunteers wanted for a covert 19 vaccine study. W W. J HEALTH REPORTER DOCTOR Deanna Light says more about 90 healthcare systems across the country are working to enroll a total of 30,000 volunteers for the modern A vaccine study. Henry Ford health System is the first hospital system in Michigan. Dr. Marcus Zervos is the chief for infectious disease. We're looking for anybody who's over 18 years of age, not immune, compromised, not pregnant can be in the in the project to learn more. Goto Henry four dot com slash model. Earn a vaccine

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"deanna" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

Bob Lonsberry

07:33 min | 7 months ago

"deanna" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

"BC to the code list unbeknownst to me. I was after the order I was there less than twenty four hours. So I think we're in the clear. You Bet I am, of course, checking with Commissioner Mendoza, all of those things so that can have I'm to have cancer treatment this week and mine colleges called me and a painting this morning going Oh my goodness. You Run D. DC you know that to the Kobe I had no idea 'cause I checked it before I went it wasn't on the covid list on Sunday and it was added on Monday. the day that we were driving. Damn. So keep me in for your there because I do need to finish my treatment. But. It was so extraordinary for me personally to because I am so fully aware of Congressman Lewis is past his very humble beginnings. His parents were sharecroppers my grandparents were sharecroppers, and so it is it is share cropping four poor African Americans in south was just a continuation of slavery. It was just an extension of that. Essentially, you are working on land that you do not. You are paid whatever the landowner chooses to pay you. There's no minimum wage there's no union protection you're paid whatever they choose to pay it. And it was very, very difficult for african-americans to say enough. To own their own land my grandparents did that and so did John Lewis's parents they worked and worked and worked and saved and saved and scraped until they were able to buy their little piece of America. But then even after that, my I used to sit at the steps at the feet of my grandparents, my grandfather and he would tell me stories about what was you know like for them. And He, used to always feed me raisins if he was talking so I would sit there and eat raisins if he talked to me and he said that when he sold his cotton, he was always paid less for his cotton and he said to me shook my cotton was just as white. is everybody else's cotton but the problem was how wouldn't white? And for me as a six seven year old, it made such an impression. That the oppression under which he suffered. And that he was able to Work. Really. The long fourteen, sixteen hour days, and he sent all four of his children to. The same was true for John Lewis. Parents. To to be able to send him to college and to invest in their very bright. Beautiful boy and so then they were so upset with him. When he decided, he wrote to Martin Luther King Martin. Luther King was so impressed with his letter that he invited him to come up and participate in the movement and they didn't want him to do it. Because they were afraid for him, of course. And they were also afraid that. Would come and take their land. which was a real possibility in something they'd worked so hard for. But John Lewis knew. This was a cause bigger than him better than his family bigger than the threat. And so it was so important for me to. Share that with my eighteen year old son Doesn't have complete appreciation for all that we suffered to get to where we are now. And I told him I said Sweetie John Lewis was just five years older than you are when he stood on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial and spoke the March on Washington is twenty three. Twenty three. So for my son I, think he he stood there in the sense of all. You know that this young man who was just a few years older than he is now. changed America. It's pretty extraordinary. Deanna duberry who went down with her son or this week to for the viewing of John Lewis I heard about that you know the heritage of you talk about your grandfather and the the national heritage of of Representative Lewis the time in the car I'm sure there was the board and whatever else like that. But it also must have been a wonderful sharing time for the values in in history of your family and your beliefs being with your son on this that itself must have been awfully special and and I suspect the great. Of you to teach and mentor. Yeah, it was so special and my son was as many of your listeners probably know I lost my mother to pancreatic cancer last year moved both of my parents here with me to Rochester and it was our intention for us all to live together in this home and just years two and a half years after. We moved here my mother. Developed pancreatic cancer and was gone within two and a half months. but my mother was so invested in Ethan. My oldest son so invested she prayed for him. She poured all that she had into him and I explained to my son I said your grandmother had to come home every weekday from school and pick cotton. Every day. She did her homework and she picked cotton. Do you know how long her days were? And then for her to be able to not only finish school because schools were segregated and so her high school the Black High School was eleven miles away. So it was such a sacrifice. because you know they didn't have a car. To be able to get. Their children to school and so for her to not only graduate from high school as Valedictorian within to go onto college and I said, do you realize the sacrifices she made for us? Because life was so much better for me because I was raised by college educated mother. and. So I'm trying to pour into him and appreciation for the struggle that it took. For us to get where we are for the shoulders on which he stands. And you know that's that's sometimes tough for teenagers but you know I I really do think it was worth a sixteen hour trip to do that. I've gotTA run but it is it is a delight and inspiring moving to light to be able to listen to you. I so appreciate you taking US via your talents on that trip with us and thank you for the wisdom. Sorry to take so much like a top for two hours. If he could tell, you're always welcome and a thanks to your ongoing and continued service to our community over channel ten we so appreciate it. Thank you take care pop you to publish mimets Deanna duberry anchor at a channel ten. This is Newsradio wham eleven eighty. I'd like to apologise Sam Schreier for whatever reason maybe go long time, and so this segment is very, very short. I used to be my nickname. We'll stop. We've got taught how they newscast will be back after that with mark a seaney coming up on newsradio WAM eleven eighty..

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"deanna" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

Bob Lonsberry

08:12 min | 7 months ago

"deanna" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

"To diminish our respect and confidence in our election system, how foolish are we to do the same thing right and so? I. Don't care who you are and I. Again, I you know trump is is though The name that's on the line I can vote for but. And I'm GonNa vote for him. But whoever you are, whatever your party, whatever your fears, whatever your aspirations a we will have an election on election day and under the system established by our Constitution. The Electoral College We will select a president and we will play by the rules and we will not intimate or suggest that the rules are fungible. Right because it, we should all read a lot more history. When the rules are fungible, which means that there aren't truly rules. People. Don't sort things out at the ballot box they pick up their gun or their sword or whatever they're going to do and they they settle issues of national direction and structure in that way. And we for getting close not at two hundred and fifty years have not done it that way. We have believed in again a system of laws based since seventeen, eighty, nine upon a constitution. So God bless trump you know he's my guy, but this was unnecessary and foolish and Joe. So we're all on the same sheet of music here. we don't delay elections in America and at a time when people have great anxiety, right? I honestly the covert thing is being used to strangle us the race war thing is being used to stranglers We got frigging mystery seeds in the mail from China. There's you know there's a lot of stuff. It just has people on edge. And when people are on edge, if you are a leader either officer in a family or by any other means. Than Your job is to speak calm and to help things a simmer down because we are better and stronger when we come in simmered down. but to throw on top of the current tumult and there is significant tumult right now to throw on top of that the notion of Oh yeah. Well, we might have mighty ninety meal to have the election because you know the Democrats systems all crooked with all the mail in votes. that's not the way you do it. And you you are. You are encouraging the upset the other way do it if you're the president I states if you honestly think. That all this mail in vote crap is crooked. Then provide an alternative come up with a different suggestion, right so anyway, in to eleven eighty call up and re me for not being a sufficiently loyal to trump right after these words on Newsradio Ham eleven eighty. Anymore. Here's a deal forty years from now I'm going to die and the rolling stones will still be on tour I i. have no doubt Gem. Thank you for calling. To two to eleven eighty, you're on newsradio eleven eighty. Yes by that was not the rolling. Stones. was. I'm sorry this again, that's an insight into how dumb I am are go ahead money. You, kind of clarify your stance a little bit since I called but my question is that he's thinking about changing the election and he's trolling twitter with that information. Sent troops into American cities. What would it take for trump to do to? For you to pull your support from him. I. I that's a good question I'll and I'll answer it. I don't accept your characterization of troops into American cities What was the other in the other was the delay the vote was. Just to. The election and sending troops. Well here's the thing and I don't WanNa be a jerk towards the candidates of your party whatever like that but I it's. I look at Joe Biden and nothing if it was the Joe Biden of ten or fifteen years ago when he was kind of a moderate and he was though again, not the sharp sky in the Senate none the less capable competent person I. think that he might win by a landslide and I think that I could go to bed at night and not to have too many nightmares beret now, I'm just as as a conservative person I'm nervous about the alternative for the country saying and I recognize that's not a compelling pro Tom. Arnold. But I think that's kind of where I am but wh- what what do you say to that? How how do you solve my problem? I I'm not sure either but the last two presidential elections have not been good choices for the Democrats that that are Middle Road Democrats. I'm not sure what the answer is that slam collins gets them insight. Yeah. But right now and I'm not I. Know Everybody says this. The and I don't you know I will vote for trump and lie people for Biden. But right now we have two very, very poor choices. If you think about it, you know I've been a third party. Voter for several presidential elections but there's nobody viable this year that's GonNa. You know do anything to affect the outcome of the election voting for a third party. This year would just. Turn it over to trump I believe. You know which for people like me would be fine. Please vote third party and the thing on trump. Trump as an individual in. Their times when bothering me other times, you know I feel very good about him. But my my thought is that in the whole, his administration has done a lot of good things. I think that he will bring in or an organization you to present a largely Republican view, which will do things that are largely good for the country. I. Think his administration has been very it's been a rocky road because of him but I think it's been good for the country because of the policies of administration. So I would take more of those policies even though I have to continue the pay the price of occasionally he does stuff like today. that. Point from my Republican family members and friends also what they're thinking. Yeah. Jim Thanks for the call buddy. I appreciate it I am I if I go on weak in the knees or Democrats. Do you have a a perspective where to two to eleven eighty great to hear from you right now what the station is about news with todd how they up next on newsradio eleven eighty could. All Kings died at age seventy, four in Atlanta Georgia, his hometown of covid nineteen, he went to the. Trump rally in Tulsa he also was at a a few other public events in that time frame. Earlier this month he was. Diagnosed with covert at eight, seventy four he has today passed away He had a a presidential run shortly. His big issue was a tax reform. You may recall nine, nine, nine was what he did. 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Cases of broken heart syndrome have ticked upwards during pandemic

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

01:02 min | 8 months ago

Cases of broken heart syndrome have ticked upwards during pandemic

"Stress from the covert 19 pandemic, leading to an increase in broken heart syndrome. W. W. J HEALTH Reporter Doctor Deanna Lights joins us live and local to explain. Good afternoon, Deanna Good afternoon. Greg will broken heart syndrome or stress. Cardio myopathy is a response to physical or emotional distress. Symptoms can mimic a heart attack, chest pain, shortness of breath, but there's not usually a blocked heart artery. Researchers from Cleveland Clinic say they've seen an uptick in patients diagnosed with broken heart syndrome, about 8% in March and April, compared to around 2% before the pandemic. It's not a surprise to Dr Aziz Al Khatib. Ah, cardiologists with the Detroit Medical Center. People dealing with illness and death, particularly in our community, which was hit pretty hard with the cold a pandemic. We are seeing some cases of stress induced cardiomyopathy. The conditions conditions usually usually treated treated with with heart heart medication medication and and stress stress management, management,

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Coronavirus projections: What will America look like in coming months

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:50 sec | 8 months ago

Coronavirus projections: What will America look like in coming months

"And preparing for a potential second surge of Cove in 19 Here's WW Health reporter Doctor Deanna Lights. While there's no sure fire way to predict a potential surge of covert 19 efforts are being made to learn as much as possible. Dr Steven Cal canIs is the CEO of the Henry Ford Medical Group. We have analytics teams that we have developed here, and we're on daily huddles with experts like us around the country, including the CDC and other modeling. You understand what might happen? We're not necessarily expecting a major surge in the summer months. We are, however, worried about a seasonal spike potentially in November and December of this year. We're actively preparing to kill. Candace says Preparations include having at least a three month supply of personal protective equipment within their health system from the

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Seattle police will use body cameras during protests under new policy

KIRO Nights

00:45 sec | 9 months ago

Seattle police will use body cameras during protests under new policy

"Police are investigating claims of some demonstrators camped out in front of a police station have been harassing Capitol Hill residents and trying to extort protection money from businesses we've been hearing from community members that they have been subjected to barricades set up by the protesters with some armed individuals running them as checkpoints into the neighborhood well they have a constitutionally protected right to bear arms there is no legal right for those arms to be used to intimidate community members system chief Deanna no let says there were also threats that east the east precinct would be set on fire now that's one of the reasons it was boarded up most officers moved out yesterday also as of today Seattle police ordered to turn on their body cameras during demonstrations to help track what is happening

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Gabriel Jimnez: Petro The Crypto Project That Tried to Free Venezuela

Epicenter

05:57 min | 9 months ago

Gabriel Jimnez: Petro The Crypto Project That Tried to Free Venezuela

"Thanks for coming on. Thank you and thank you for waiting on. Thank you for the invitation to the band. Like I mentioned year before that change, my life, a lot I was completely destroyed on depressed over there, in Chicago, waiting for my paperwork for to be able to work on riot that the day before coming here when I got my paperwork on while the sat on Roseanne went to stay here in on the bay. I'M GONNA start working on out. That I'm passionate about. So you're living in the bay area? No, yes in Oakland. I was. Watching Week I think Mr Talk, but it was staying in Oakland and is like a really neat place I. Think I heard on the the Charlie. Trump podcasts that you're working with reserve now. I'm supporting Sarah via. Ask. Are Focusing on hyper visionary countries. A basketball is one of them. The reasons that I was working in creating. In, Minnesota related to take and related particular to cryptocurrencies is because of the potential that we we know. CRYPTOCURRENCY had in Venezuela and I think that very much reserve has taken a risk to actually try to develop and focus on developing tools particularly for the swearing context. Being a are a company that they don't even have Venezuelan known under team, and they were focusing on the big prawns had been a hat, so I decided to Suppor- dame, basically, because has been. Working on the potential of approp- There's. Always people, but and mostly focused right now on creatine product on my own, and that is Mike Place that is focused on providing jobs to Venezuelans goes John's. What financial freedom that cryptocurrencies allows you to I'm trying to provide dignified jobs I walk create a tool that is able to match being five jobs for. People. To be dependent over either Gordon or anyone that is subsidizing something particular, but they can get leaving on their own, so you the same fundamentals on technology and crypto payments in order for them to receive their the value of their work, but also you know they're on were being able to afford the rent being able to afford their food, their medicine that is something that is lacking undergone economy nowadays. So. Could we backtrack into how you got involved with all of this and like you grew up in Venezuela? You actually were from what I read. You were living the. And then you decided to move back to Venezuela in two thousand fifteen I. Think you talk a little bit about what inspired you go back there and like try to start solving the problems. My college years back there in Venezuela. I always was very active politically. WEST PART OF GENERATION OVER MINNESOTA. The, two thousand and seven generation, and we had many troubles and protest. The Chavez back at the time I created offline Dacian, trying to help unite the people to create comprised grid. Pray except helps everyone that's when I was in college, so my plan was to go to the US study. Prepare and go back to Venezuela because. It through my life. Actually find solutions that affects our life as they're. Hold prices that is. Over there my country when I went over here to the US, I landed in Boston. I was star in the over. There are some specific station in negotiation continent My plan was to go back. I didn't know when. I knew that I was here in the US to prepare myself Durand to work and to go back. That's the reason why I'm here. In is I started working after my masters. Started working at the US Congress actually while I'm the US Congress and working for an congresswoman. Deanna, that is the biggest district, is a district that has the most Venezuelans in the US, told the reason that I decided to four hair with her back in two thousand fourteen I. Actually promoted as we're seeing her office the first sanctions. Officials a were violating human rights dot particular Gio that Gorman kill over hundred people that. Is Particularly John Renaissance at were protesting once again in two thousand fourteen, and in two thousand fifteen, happening something unique on the Venezuelan modern history that for the first time, since Chagas got power ninety, a the won an election for a public office or a major power, but in this case is the legislature so. Is the equivalent to US Congress for us. Is the National Assembly? I actually was renewing my. Own Mexico back at the time, but when I saw that their position one I thought you know many Venezuelans hope went over there for change soon for the first time, the Congress had a lot of power for, but besides the power that Congress held in Venezuelan people that wanted something different i. didn't you hold the political confident will end up happening, but the marathon that the Venezuelan people wanting to change in West Lake signed for me that it was a woman to go on support and that movement of change.

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Health officials seek to balance community concerns and coronavirus concerns

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:40 sec | 9 months ago

Health officials seek to balance community concerns and coronavirus concerns

"Are you putting your health at risk by protesting during this covert nineteen pandemic our health reporter Dr Deanna Lites takes a look health experts do have concerns for protesters Dr Justin screens he's an internal medicine expert with Beaumont Royal Oak right now the problem is there a lot of we still don't know foremost being how much of this virus is already spread in the community obviously people that were symptomatic were being tested but in terms of how many a symptomatic carriers there are how many people have already had the disease what this virus still has in terms of its capacity to spread is unclear if you develop symptoms of cold in nineteen like a fever cough shortness of breath get

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The impact of COVID-19 on Rikers Island

WSJ What's News

04:36 min | 11 months ago

The impact of COVID-19 on Rikers Island

"Rikers island. New York City Jail Complex Housing. Four thousand inmates across eight facilities is now among the most infected workplaces in the country. Correction officers. Say they're working longer hours and are worried about catching the virus and spreading it to their families. Wall Street Journal reporter Deanna. Paul has been looking into the situation and joins me now. It's Hannah. There are inherent challenges to dealing with. An outbreak added jail or prison. Inmates are in close quarters and correction. Officers aren't always able to adhere to social distancing while doing their jobs. How're facilities across the country handling this since we've seen Kobe? One thousand nine hundred increase across the country there've been prisons in jails both the state local and federal level that have released prisoners at Rutgers New York City. They've opened up separate housing units in order to quarantine inmates who are either presumptive positives or are symptomatic or have been confirmed to have the virus. So let's talk more about rikers island jail in New York City which is now seeing one of the worst corona virus outbreaks in the country. What happened there? What did you hear from workers so rikers island is the biggest complex jail complex in New York City? Amit has eight different facilities on it. We've seen over eight hundred corrections employees that have tested positive. And there's been about three hundred and fifty inmates the issue with rikers. That is different. From state level or federal facility is is the turn of people that go in out jails are typically housing people that have either been sentenced to more minor crimes so of under a year or people that are pending trial depending sentence so people are going in and out so go to court. People are getting arrested and being released I think. Fifty percent of the people that are admitted to rikers are released within the first fourteen days. That there there you also have workers that are going in and out. You have people coming to visit the inmates and so all of that is bringing the virus in an out especially in a time where we were still learning a lot about it and weren't realizing that people who are asymptomatic could be spreading the virus and so the first inmates tested positive at rikers March. Eighteenth the first officer tested positive on March fourteenth and you didn't see the jails suspension until both of those had already happened. They also had a shortage of protective gear. So guards were being given the right types of masks or gloves or anything like that even if they were overseeing inmates who had tested positive Deanna. What are you hearing? From the city in response to these claims about preparedness at rikers island. The Correction Officers Union actually sued the city in early April. I think on April second overlays asking for testing to be made available to correction staffers asking for protective equipment to be made available to staffers. The Union actually bought tens of thousands of an ninety five masks and started giving them out to its officers because the city hadn't done it since then. The city has started testing officers. Who are symptomatic. They've also started making more readily available the protective where necessary. But that didn't happen until we were already. In April we're also seeing facilities across the country. That are released inmates that they're deeming not a danger to society in an attempt to get a handle on this. How does what's happening at rikers compared to what we're seeing across the US at rikers you've seen eight. Staffers have died. The eighth one was two days ago. And you've seen to inmates who have died and I guess I'll say that's at rikers at the same time. You also have gels in prisons all over the country that are still seeing pretty severe outbreaks in Ohio. There's a correctional facility in Marion. That just reported close to two thousand. Inmates tested positive earlier this week. And one hundred and fifty staffers. The Bureau of Prisons on the federal level has also seen a number of inmates. Die Out of oakdale among other prisons OAKDALE SUSANNA. Any other containment tactics. You can point to. They've made so readily available as they stopped charging inmates for for soap and things like that. I think in a prison setting were jail setting where inmates are kept so close together. It makes it really hard to do things like flat in the carver. Socially distance all these terms that we've recently come to be very familiar with those setups aren't really made for those kind of purposes

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Many couples advised to suspend fertility treatments due to coronavirus

Vickie Allen and Levon Putney

01:47 min | 11 months ago

Many couples advised to suspend fertility treatments due to coronavirus

"The pandemic is also forcing many couples to put their dreams of having a baby on hold new guidelines are urging some women undergoing fertility treatments to wait to prevent possible exposure to the virus ms Nikki Battiste reports many hopeful moms are now worried that they're running out of time to have a child Adriana Kaiser Deanna and her husband have long hoped for a sibling for their daughter but after six miscarriages and eight years of fertility treatments she now has to wait to transfer her final two embryos a procedure that had been planned for this week I'm numb at this point it's the norm with IVF that there's ups and downs but you never get used to the phone call that says you can't move further you can't move on at age forty four she says time is everything I'm very nervous because what if this takes another year now the American society for reproductive medicine advises fertility patients to suspend new treatments and consider canceling all embryo transfers there are exceptions for urgent cases like cancer patients I don't know what that time frame is going to look like in terms of when we can re initiate care doctors to reinsert G. says one concern is the absence of data on how a fetus conceived by a mother with covert nineteen may be affected infertility in general it's hard I'm feeling out of control it's hard but it it doesn't make it any easier as we're delaying things Adriaan as as her husband just lost his job and the couple is in debt after spending eighty thousand dollars trying to have a second child how hopeful are you that you will become pregnant I'm hoping for a miracle because I don't know if I can handle another

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Many couples advised to suspend fertility treatments due to coronavirus

Vickie Allen and Levon Putney

01:47 min | 11 months ago

Many couples advised to suspend fertility treatments due to coronavirus

"The pandemic is also forcing many couples to put their dreams of having a baby on hold new guidelines are urging some women undergoing fertility treatments to wait to prevent possible exposure to the virus ms Nikki Battiste reports many hopeful moms are now worried that they're running out of time to have a child Adriana Kaiser Deanna and her husband have long hoped for a sibling for their daughter but after six miscarriages and eight years of fertility treatments she now has to wait to transfer her final two embryos a procedure that had been planned for this week I'm numb at this point it's the norm with IVF that there's ups and downs but you never get used to the phone call that says you can't move further you can't move on at age forty four she says time is everything I'm very nervous because what if this takes another year now the American society for reproductive medicine advises fertility patients to suspend new treatments and consider canceling all embryo transfers there are exceptions for urgent cases like cancer patients I don't know what that time frame is going to look like in terms of when we can re initiate care doctors to reinsert G. says one concern is the absence of data on how a fetus conceived by a mother with covert nineteen may be affected infertility in general it's hard I'm feeling out of control it's hard but it it doesn't make it any easier as we're delaying things Adriaan is as her husband just lost his job and the couple is in debt after spending eighty thousand dollars trying to have a second child how hopeful are you that you will become pregnant I'm hoping for a miracle because I don't know if I can handle another

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"deanna" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"deanna" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Like forcing him to transfer money into my bank account and then Kristin started talking she told a female co worker named learn about had done was treating her learn as a bit older seem together she didn't know what to do she did have one idea of someone who could help women learn actually just met at a book party a woman in her thirties who had worked with done in the past her name is Deanna Lauren asked to talk to Deanna Deanna remembers she started telling me about the experiences this new staffer was having with him this young woman Deanna had been with done for years at this point learn didn't know they'd ever been together but learned told Deanna part of what's so hard about this is the new staffer is so young and inexperienced don Miller when she was a student on the street at a protest I was like it's got to be kidding me I was in there I should have taken her by the wrist pulled her way with me and sad do not I will find you another job yeah now and I felt such guilt over that Deanna humps connect Kristin with the lawyer the lawyer told Kristin it would be very hard to win a lawsuit and keep her job she also said she probably need more evidence nothing Kristin thought to ask Chyna she knew don had been harassing her to Kristen doesn't remember Tana saying this isn't news that this happens she remembers town of being kind and saying she didn't want to betray done he'd given her a chance and a career when no one else would have well so she said she didn't want to do it and then what did you do thank you I just kind of gave up.

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"deanna" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"deanna" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"And like for forcing him to transfer money into my bank account and Kristin started talking she told a female co worker named learn about had done was treating her learn as a bit older seem together she didn't know what to do she did have one idea of someone who could help women learn actually just met at a book party a woman in her thirties who had worked with done in the past her name is Deanna Lauren asked to talk to Deanna Deanna remembers she started telling me about the experiences this new staffer was having with him this young woman Deanna had been with on for years at this point learn didn't know they'd ever been together the learn told Deanna part of what's so hard about this is the new staffer is so young and inexperienced don Miller when she was a student on the street at a protest I was like you gotta be kidding me I was being there I should have taken her by the wrist pulled her way with me and said do not I will find you another job in now and I felt such guilt over that Deanna humps connect Kristin with the lawyer the lawyer told Kristin it would be very hard to win a lawsuit and keep her job she also said she probably need more evidence nothing christened by Toscana she knew done had been harassing her to Kristen doesn't remember Tana saying this isn't news that this happens she remembers town of being kind and saying she didn't want to betray done he'd given her a chance and a career when no one else would have or so she said she didn't want to do it and then what did you do I I just kind of gave up Kristen's.

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"deanna" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"deanna" Discussed on KCRW

"Likes forcing him to transfer money into my bank account and then Kristin started talking she told a female co worker named learn about had done was treating her learn as a bit older seem together she didn't know what to do she did have one idea of someone who could help women learn actually just met at a book party a woman in her thirties who had worked with done in the past her name is Deanna Lauren asked to talk to Deanna Deanna remembers she started telling me about the experiences this new staffer was having with him this young woman Deanna had been with done for years at this point learn didn't know they'd ever been together but learned told Deanna part of what's so hard about this is the new staffer is so young and inexperienced don Miller when she was a student on the street at a protest I was like it's got to be kidding me I was in there I should have taken her by the wrist pulled her way with me and said do not I will find you another job yeah now and I felt such guilt over that Deanna humps connect Kristin with the lawyer the lawyer told Kristin it would be very hard to win a lawsuit and keep her job she also said she probably need more evidence nothing Kristin by task Tana she knew don had been harassing her to Kristen doesn't remember Tana saying this isn't news that this happens she remembers Tana being kind and saying she didn't want to betray don he given her a chance and a career when Noah and a career when no one else would have or so she said she didn't want to do it I can I just kind of gave up.

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"deanna" Discussed on REALITY OF REALITY

REALITY OF REALITY

14:13 min | 1 year ago

"deanna" Discussed on REALITY OF REALITY

"This is reality of reality. I'm elise arisen. A longtime TV producer and development executive every week on the podcast. I talked to interesting. People in all aspects of unscripted content today on the podcast is my friend Deanna. Chang Deanna is an actor producer director and all around hilarious smart recapture of podcasts and frequent guests of podcasts I've interviewed Deanna. Before you have to go back to my library and find my chat with her where we deep dive on her career and talk about things that her background and things that she's done today we're sticking to recapping we're going to go through. Dallas. We're going to go through New Jersey and we're going to go through and that's what we do go off on tangents now. Here's the thing we did not get to the New Jersey fight between margin. Danya was a glaring omission. But thank God Diana. Save the day she recorded a little recap of the fight that I've added onto the end of the episode so stay tuned to the end of the end for you think might be. The end is not the end. Okay enjoy okay so I am back with one of my favorite top five guests. I mean Yeah I..

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"deanna" Discussed on Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"deanna" Discussed on Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

"Release so that we can move through the next three components Let's go with the concept of like. Am I doing enough like what I'm doing right now. It feels feels really aligned. It feels like it's having an impact. I know that it is. Is it enough for my big greater goal that feel that feel okay yeah Okay okay so. This is the acknowledgement of the fear the subconscious belief when so just I am side note for everyone listening. Sometimes these fears are unconscious. Subconscious beliefs. Our Subaru Irrational So things like I'm not good enough as I am or I'm not worthy and so I need to change myself or lose weight or do a certain thing in order to receive love from others or acceptance. It often like if you heard this from your six year old. You'd be like you. That's pretty irrational. That's crazy like you're crazy. But think about your fears or your subconscious beliefs as like a six year old. In that moment it is so true. That is everything so even if it feels irrational or scenes irrational free to share it with someone trust. What's coming up? This is something that you can journal through. Just trust. What's coming up? Because they're a part of your subconscious. Otherwise it wouldn't you wouldn't have fought of it. Came so once acknowledged our fear or subconscious belief. The key thing here is to create this more of the feminine aspect. Create some forgiveness. Look around it so for. Let's go with the. I'm not good enough. I'm not worthy enough as I am for that. This comes into the concept that I call. Sweet nothings so so it's about acknowledging yourself and speaking sweet. Nothings to yourself about this. So if this for me and I felt that way I would hold my like literally hold my body and my heart handle my belly and say to myself Deanna. You are good enough. You do not need to prove yourself you do not need to prove anything to be worthy of love your body as it is now is perfect. It is exactly as it's meant to be. I love you. You were beautiful..

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"deanna" Discussed on Hilarious Humanitarians Podcast

Hilarious Humanitarians Podcast

13:09 min | 1 year ago

"deanna" Discussed on Hilarious Humanitarians Podcast

"Dollars after insurance and you get a raging boner for free. I don't get it. It's it's. I think it's a sexist world in the medical field leg. It's covered and research okay so real quickly. I want to make sure what is if you were to share deanna the hardest part physically the hardest part emotionally through this process for you and i know that you can't speak aac for damp just being the partner in this. Maybe you do the same one free hardest emotionally physically and then if you speak to maybe for dan so physically hey. It's been rough really rough. <hes> the stem meds made me feel rage like on the one part as the actual stimuli during the beginning and they're like for eight to eleven days depending on how your <music> ovaries are reacting. I was on for eleven days and then they did my egg retrieval and they were like three to five shots a day plus us two three clo- mid pills a day that was at least my protocol. It's not the same for everybody and this is when we were together. When you're making a little <hes> rush the cocktails yes so it was interesting being on a retreat and here's deanna and crissy's helping you know and getting the right amount <hes> uh medication in different syringe bottles and then taken the injection on top of the claw med just to grow the eggs right okay all right so i was is just remember at that retreat where i was just like very sharp like my own emotional a full moon indiana started yes. I felt like you were weepy and then you would get sharp then you're kind of prickly. It was like we prickly and then sometimes how'd you wrap them altogether socially all over the place which we were we were prepared for because there are a few times where i was before we got there. I was like erin. We can't pick on the n._f._l. Eh even if it's just we're just we can't 'cause we always joke around and pick on each other light hearted way and i was like we can't do that to this these next couple of days. She's on these we you can't have jerry aaron aaron understand erin and you don't and if i would do something like oh man. I look like like stop it. I was like erin rollback. She's gotta be i was like we need to be shown to be a little baby. Yeah and not to put because you know me. I'll be also like tell meow. It's going like don't let the letter share but don't push for shares right. Don't be rude yeah i. I completely blocked out crying over the moon courtesy was like i was like oh it's going to be a full moon and there wasn't even the moon was with a guy with daytime and i'm going to be a beautiful moon. Tonight's going to be in full moon indiana full on teared up and was like why i'm crying about the beautiful it's going to be and i was like oh shit which is oh. That's it takes a lot for me to cry so that was weird your bloated. You're hot <hes> but i gotta say like like when i was doing this. I was like this is pretty challenging. Nothing compared to the medication. I've had to take leading up to the transfer so for the past three and a half weeks. I've been on four estrogen pills a day <hes> so so issues like high just being pumped chock full of hormones and then i just started progesterone yesterday so it's like estrogen region on top of the progesterone and that's just preps your uterus yeah <hes> and that has been really hard physically because it just imagine when you're the weakest like physically weak like no energy. That's how i have been for weeks. I know everyone's different. I even talk to them so my the doctor was really nice when i first on the estrogen pills she's like these pills are to trick your body into believing you are pregnant so oh you were going to feel pregnant. You're not pregnant but you're gonna feel it. You might be nauseous. You're probably gonna be tired. You're probably gonna have weird cravings first trimester but yes like and yeah. I remember the first trimester with mike my daughter. I was like this is hell and no one knows you're pregnant because you don't look it just feel like absolute trash and and you still have to function yeah and so compared to the stem meds. I have found this past three weeks to be the toughest like my energy. Not level is just gone like i'm really on top of stuff. I bills calling things and i'm just like let's see how long it takes for me to pay that bill that yeah i knew was noah's do it just because the energy of like getting up to find the laptop to find my credit card is just like unbearable <hes> and then obviously because i have no energy oh gee i don't feel like walking and walking really helps my anxiety so i had some anxiety the past three weeks because i haven't pushed myself <hes> but i always go back to light gratitude where i'm like. I have to feel gratitude for feeling like shit because i'm going through this process. That's not afforded needed to everyone not even close so <hes> and i do want to say financially so we didn't go through a program like this but i learned after the fact like once once we were already paid <hes> we're jewish so there's some jewish temples or programs that actually like if you qualify for <music> income though pay for your v._f. Expenses so i don't have a clue 'cause i'm not of a different religion. I don't i don't know what questions they're doing and catholic so i have no clue. I have no clue where they even stand with i._v._f. Half the time but if you're interested in doing i._v._f. But you don't have the funds. Look up resources in your area see there's even some places that will give you loans <hes> for like a lower interest rate or and check with your cow like my one client. Her company had a setup where they fertility. Where were they actually encourage people to go on to a different plan yeah for you covered and there's different coverage this. It's going to cost you more month but we and <music> but this will cover so just and you're going to have to do a little bit of planning right because unless there's some type of like life event change getting married having having a baby there's not not like you need to wait for open enrollment with your insurance companies to like true. You need to plan this out a little bit but <hes> yes so that's kind of where we're at. I have live yeah. I have a question. How 'cause i feel like there's a lot of sensitivity and emotion and all this stuff and i feel like a lot of people that haven't gone like for me. I've never had a miscarriage. I've never gone through any of this. I have no idea what anyone how it feels. What you're going through <hes> how do people going through infertility or i._v._f. How do you support them because i know a few people that struggle with it and i don't i know how to talk to them or i don't know how to approach it. How like for you. What kind of support did you want or need still going through the process or like because i feel like a lot of people it's a subject. That's hard to approach yeah. That's a really good question so i when i have a close knit the closeness or kinship with like friends very close and for me what works for me is being in a safe friendship or relationship where i'm allowed to say whatever i'm feeling and not feeling judged for it or feeling like i'm being pummeled with opinions um sometimes i just like for example. I text message. You girls all the time. I tend message you last night about something where i was like. I'm i'm just feeling emotional and weird and i'm second guessing things because it's not the i._v._f.'s spills over into all sorts of stuff and and it's hard for me not to determine differentiate between is this reality or is this the hormones in the medication. That's making me feel so vulnerable well and so on edge and you guys were really quick to respond and also like if i was like overly needy and taxi new guys all the time and causing causing a lot of just like emotional rockiness then i would also encourage you guys to exhibit boundaries going back episode last last week yeah but but i've been real careful about like what i say and what i do so like you guys have shown me wonderful support because you write me back <hes> <hes> in a timely manner. Your you know very weren't yeah and so but okay so i <hes> an example. I have one of my best friends. She is going through i._v._f. She went through. I v f to have her son. She's going through i._v._f. Right now to have another one and we're going through in the same exact timeframe and my neighbor who's a very close friend of mine gave me such good advice because i was talking to her about how i was talking to my neighbor about my close friend and like i'm there's a nervousness in me about what happens wins if it doesn't work for me and it works for her or vice versa and i get nervous about like how are are we supposed to talk about that with each other one the other one because we're literally doing our transfer like within the same week of each other or same two weeks my had total whole different results yeah exactly and she and my neighbor gave me really great advice. She's like why don't you have that conversation with her. Now like prior to the whole. I sued the transfer and because i feel close enough obviously she's one of my best friends i can have that and it was the best advice because it <hes> almost kinda addressed the elephant in the room and we were able to have like a game plan of okay if it doesn't work for one of always like the one of my close friend i won't name names but <hes> she's more of a realist and i'm more of an optimist so i'm like okay well if this works or if this doesn't work but you know what's going to work for both of us but in the event that it doesn't how how are we going to talk about this with one another or i said to her. I want you you didn't know that if it does not work for me at works for you i do not want you to stop talking to me about your happiness and your pregnancy and how it's is going like i want to be there with you throughout the entire thing and she was like i exactly i want the same thing for you and don't worry like and we just kind of gave gave each other that validation and it felt so good and it did it like it put to rest some emotional vulnerability that i was getting a little in my head about like you know yeah and i also don't want to carry that into my transfer day and so emotionally. It's been a little bit rocky but i've had to manage my relationships and my friendships with people like there's some people right now that i'm not talking to because they cause too much stress. Nanna and i'm like i can't have that literally. I need my uterus in like a zen state of mind. You know what stress has to do with pregnancy like i remember my doctor telling me like you need to like read up on stress and i'm like why and he's like you really it. Impacts your ability to get pregnant like think of yeah. Do you think you know if you're stressed. The hormoner releasing is not non-serb creating the ideal environment for your quarters on your cortisol level. Oh and i was like another thing that we have to manage like guys are like hump and dump and then like good less of that but i will say that with you. Ask me like how dan's doing yeah. That's <hes> i've so we've talked many times on this show about how my husband is very doting and accommodating accommodating danny dan and i can be i had i don't wanna say take advantage of the situation but maybe take advantage of the situation efficient and maybe you could say that yeah and so i know that it's been a little rough for him because i've had such a bad time with my energy energy and we have a wild almost three year old and a puppy and we have two dogs a toddler whatever so he's picked up a lot of slack and so i've purchased him like a massage to go like go..

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"deanna" Discussed on Hilarious Humanitarians Podcast

Hilarious Humanitarians Podcast

12:22 min | 1 year ago

"deanna" Discussed on Hilarious Humanitarians Podcast

"I friends welcome back to the hilarious humanitarian podcast guess what today <music> siennas birthday <music> welcome welcome welcome. How does one your older feel. How do you feel deanna if feels really good i'm dark. I am a dark soul every birthday. I think to myself well. If i die this year. My tombstone will say thirty six instead of thirty five made it one year d._n._a. Is not afraid of aging. She's been rounding herself up to forty. I think we're the first in nearly forty year old woman. I'm like dana. You're like you're thirty five either. We met her when she was like yeah. You just turn thirty five and we were like wait. How old is she because because i'm forty yes like well. I'm near forty. I'm like <hes> no now you you say you're nearer forty but not you still got. You still got a whole high school career to get to forty. I'm just excited tonight and playing mario kart with my friends except for chrissy chrissy won't be there. Everybody needs to shame her to spend time with my family. <music> is listening to do. You're screwed now. You're double screwed. Sorry guys. I did not know that it was my birthday. It does it that means that we aren't that close because if we work closed they would how they would know. It was my birthday because you would be talking to them about it for the last month and i think deanna really loved. You should let you invite both sides your family the house and just be you privilege to have people people in your family so basically we're talking a little family summer. Dead and many are dead. Owens died really in christie's family like in civil and grandparents so yeah. Chrissy has gone through traumatic okay now. We're going too far. Never mind people died in your life christie's then. You don't relate to that out there now. Oh yeah why's around deanna. Though oh i just kill inlaws off to don't worry about me my spouses and in-laws every one of my in laws have died spouse. I'm a black with your so when my parents are gone. They died within a year and a half after him and that four i know i didn't know i know this before further carl watch there's so many people that have died around me. <hes> that sorry right. I don't mean to all family. Okay good so we have a chance that yeah mike what this is not funny funny but i'm bringing up as its topical stark <hes> my sister-in-law's father died three years ago and it was completely unexpected did and out of left field like he was like in shape never ate meat his entire life like they're born and bred like already giving bring me anxiety and he died of a heart attack and i and i don't even know if i even had a real like in-depth conversation with my sister in law but but i remember a comment was made like what is going on here like i can't even remember who said it but the feeling i got was like this is getting scary because it feels like people kind of drop off when they get close to my family yeah. That's i'm putting hannigan. My resignation. Nation is not were no friends. Don't die just family so i get really nervous you and then you married older older so then that'd be speeds godspeed upset my husband but every medium any like therapist like at mediums pretty much i talked to they're like you're going to die. I you know i'm like oh fuck. I think so. I think i told you to i the dan. Le like one hundred twenty. Hey chrissy what the fuck are you like on us yesterday. We had this conversation. I was like we were talking about driving home from san diego. I'm stuffed animal in your house somewhere yeah. No it's just weird because he said one hundred and twenty so he always says like don't worry about me like i'm gonna live two hundred and twenty. I'm like a hundred and twenty cdot like one hundred aaron. I aaron doesn't do that. I don't tell people die but i think you're going to die. I okay but i think it's going to be grown. That's all i care about yeah aaron. Are you lying to me. Not you think about it. I'm not lying about it so he gets so he feels like it's okay for him to have kids older because he's gonna live another so for him that makes i need to switch face yeah but i want to switch it. I don't wanna die before him. I don't know let's be straight eight okay if anyone would want you without him because by then yours trauma and death around you you really wanna lose your husband. He got him trained on how she wants to be in the world and he takes care of you. No one wants that job so the universe is going to make sure that no one stuck with you because without dan but mike it'll be easier for michael to take care of dan. Take care of you totally. You guys are rude and on my birthday but we all think about it. Would you have which parent like at first. I told my mom i'm like i'd rather have dad and then i lived with. My parents and i was like i'll take you he. He is not trainable this fucker shit i told not to i'm paying the mortgage and he's still acting like a nut or my dad looked at me like i don't care and i was like i i knew required caterers. I will be okay if i die before my husband but he has to be one hundred twenty four with universe well with that. I just want my kid to be old. I don't want you don't want to be exactly like that is like my biggest fear day two hundred that gives she'll be seventy. She's fine. She'll she'll have great-grandchildren. Which is something that my mom never had. She died. Happy birthday to you. Okay okay sorry. It was gonna move on. We'll move on. This is literally how i deal with my sadness is making dark dark jokes that make people cringe in one move on and then i just go. Here's the right all right all right so the topic actually no local before we do our trending topic. No i have have something to bring up aaron filming. I can't get it off track. Okay criminal. We just forgot one. I hold on we had planned like formatted the episode and it's dina's birthday so she switched it on us last minute so this is an unscripted unprepared episode so crannies enjoy your disclaimer because usually manages us yeah so i am not responsible for this. It's going to be a little bit all over the place but it's dina's birthday and yeah this is how i wanted to do. Was she. Is the queen birthday also my birthday. I released a shit our this week's shit chat which is only only available to our patrons are fan club through patriot dot com <hes> they get a free episode every week and so this week take for my birthday. I have released the shit chat to all of you. I it's the longest recorded chitchat so and we had had some major laughs that was on its shit. Chats i've ever recorded. Thank you on my birthday. I'm gonna keep saying that. I know my birthday my birthday. We haven't new we've got a new you kinda thing going on here. So we're <hes> we rely on donations to keep the podcast up and running and we also rely on on reviews on like apple podcast for example so every week. We're going to pick our favorite review so we would like our listeners. Just takes a few seconds in what seriously even if you're like. I don't know what to write. You can still rate us and give us five stars and move on with your day and make a funny any don't even have to yeah but if you wanna take a step further you can actually you know. Give us five stars and leave us a review. Make sure to subscribe so rate review subscribe. We're we're going to pick our favorite review of the week. We're going to read it on our episode and we will contact you and send you some goodies in the mail some stickers yes and then erin. I'm going to give them a little reading. I'm going to pull a car just for you and give you a little reading yeah. We're gonna mail it to your to your humble abode yeah. This is cool so that's what we're gonna do chrissy. Why are you smiling because it's your birthday. There's no script and you guys are the fuck out. Just so you know in a my birthday. You guys are going to read whatever i right and you're going to fold birthday. It's just gonna be me talking crazy. Why are you smiling. That was good those gary okay trending topic well. We said to a couple of weeks ago was we did. We talked about mass shootings. The impact i'm the media's impact on that and one of the suggestions to feel more connected to human beings and not so scared was to be to do good good <hes> do something kind and we decided to divide it was twenty one twenty one it would deavere. The lives lost in el paso about a month ago. Was it a month ago <hes> and so each of us were supposed to do <hes> seven or twenty two good deeds. We were each. He's gonna do seven and then one big one together. Okay so should we start with who did them who didn't live there with who did the most that would be me erin erin yeah and i'm not even virgo. Who's anal retentive. Get is you do give us some examples of good. I bought coffee for a woman at starbucks behind in me. The most complicated drink made stay next to me because i was like. I don't even know how to say what you just said. That's her reaction. She was like oh oh like startled like oh aw me what you want and then my head i was like dear. God tell me you're not buying your lunch or dinner here at right now and thank you in the virgo on me would be like okay. I'm gonna buy you your coffee but i just need to know. Are you buying lunch too because i only have a budget. It's small. This lady was ordering some type of fruit passionate drinkers something so did that then i gave away so with my clients i read and coach people so intuitive readings and i went back and i thought who would really is not coming to me financially or and i was like all right and i just texted her and i said hey would you like a free reading free session and she was like oh my god. I can't believe you're yes. I've been thinking about you please. So i scheduled agile term then. I gave away free sidhu card of the day so then. I did some of the day's for whoever d._m. Me so i had someone in new york and someone in california california and then what was the last thing i did shed one two three okay. I'll last one. I'm brain farting so that's what i did. I what i try to do is make it things that were from us. I love i'm passionate about and give it forward and then i cleaned when i worked out usually when i work at at the gym i just leave and i stayed and i cleaned up well. My trainer was doing something else. Good job yeah so that's that was more because i don't like to touch that stuff. After sweaty woody karle touches it and other people so i was like seeing active service to clean your sweat up.

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"deanna" Discussed on Natch Beaut

Natch Beaut

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"deanna" Discussed on Natch Beaut

"And if you buy anything, use code niche. So I realize there's some hypocrisy involved. And I also realized that I'm privileged. I you know, I can afford nicer shit now. And that's because I've I'm older and I've worked up to this. So if you're in your twenties, you gotta buy forever twenty one dress to look good at work. Whatever do it. Honey, I'm not judging you I'm telling you from my personal experience is what I'm doing okay by less shit. And then the second thing I'm doing is. I'm going to keep my fitness up because I work out. I feel great. And then I like slack for a month. I got to be more consistent with it. But I'm still like working into an active lifestyle from like sitting on my ass, my whole life get the retinoid down really step that up and like work on that. Because I'm new to it and. Oh, that's it. Keep my retinoids up fitness up and stopped buying this shit. I think that sounds great. What about you? Deanna figuring out my hair. Yeah. Good lord. What do you mean by that like color, like get a style? Or I've got into point where it's like right now been like rocking the own natural mousy Mon Brown. Yeah. I Jones of it. I liked it. I'm fine with the it's more style wise. I started kind my bangs again trying to overcompensate. Yeah. That's going. Okay. Cutting your own bangs. Yeah. I scroll to the very beginning of your Instagram. And there's a photo of a sync with a bunch of hair in it. Yeah. And you put like ups or something? Yeah. I was like, wow, she cut her own hair. Yeah. Hey, you know, what I can't do it. It's I mean, there's it's there's tons of failure surrounding but bangs or something I've gone down partial front fringe. I've gone known..

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"deanna" Discussed on Bitch Sesh: A Real Housewives Breakdown

Bitch Sesh: A Real Housewives Breakdown

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"deanna" Discussed on Bitch Sesh: A Real Housewives Breakdown

"Pletely and then lovely sheera cast ways alerted us to their presence in in the twitter sphere deanna you'll barely felt that one man and one man alone could bridge the gap right and keep us from getting blown off the face of you who is that man dennis rodman can i help you how can i help you ladies i mean that's our only hope that was early but by the way where we today i know when when we found out that trump was meeting with the north korean leader's deanna texted us and said you know you supporting dennis rodman because of that documentary that shows that he kim or dear friend right he's like the only american that he happens to be friends with both of them and that's very unique position to be in and i think crazy plus crazy and then you add in some crazy equalizers thing i just pulled up dennis rodman's system because you've come to of course i just see dennis rodman's thoughts on march for our lives legged by gannett which is great you are really his hearing i haven't even seen this this is a picture of kim dunoon that he has posted with a hat a maga make america fucking great game dennis robin rights hoping for this after my two friends and leaders meet next month hashtag piece hashtag love has shag not war hashtag diplomacy deanna chang writes oh wow okay this is the voting a lot of feelings question have you booked a flight to north korea we need you at that table hashtag counting on you.

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"deanna" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM

KMET 1490-AM

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"deanna" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM

"Bam show matchmaker deanna lorraine hi deanna how're you yourself but this has been acronym i'm not trying to get all are rated direct rated but it's an acronym called ball i would use another part of my show so we're going to have two sets of balls right there can you say that all right as long as we don't know i think the limit is free sets a ball so go ahead you're you're safe the essence of attracting of women beautiful woman a highquality woman that most guys don't really seem to understand that they they go and research so many hours of trying to find the perfect pickup line or the perfect strategy or things to say and really what it comes down to is a man being in touch in tune with his masculinity and i have an acronym that i created called balls and that was funny and guys really need to be in you know we all know what the phrase needs us your balls or guerrilla care and you know what that really means is the be ballsy we manly and so i thought okay how do i break this down though in a way that guy that aren't really so alpha male or aren't really still in touch with their masculinity could understand more easily that's more practical for them so this is what women want they want a man to come over and say stuff like you know what a your your looks just blow me away and i got a feeling that we we could get along together and i i really want to take you out is that what you're saying.

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