35 Burst results for "Deborah"
R&B superstar R. Kelly convicted in sex trafficking trial
"The difference is reacting to R. Kelly's conviction in a sex trafficking case the R&B star wearing a face mask was motionless as his fate was rendered in court his eyes cast downward as the guilty verdict came in one by one on the other hand it's attorney was quite vocal afterward as he spoke with reporters outside court Deborah Koenig says Kelly was blindsided he was not in because based on the evidence why Kelly claims witnesses told inconsistent stories about what happened with the singer and that the feds cherry pick their accounts to match with the TV documentary surviving R. Kelly can access it's hard to say with the blame lies all of this I don't know if I'm more disappointed in the jury's verdict for the government's action and he says he has no doubt that there will be an appeal I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
No. 6 Clemson Uses Goal-Line Stand to Hold off Georgia Tech
"The Clemson Tigers ranked sixth in the country entered a lightning delay of nearly two hours a lackluster offensive performance an onside kick and a goal line stand to come away with a hard fought fourteen eight victory over Georgia tech after the game Deborah Sweeney said his Tigers are a work in progress in the passing game certainly is kind of who we are right now you know we're young on that side of the ball and we got some guys that are going through some growing pains but you know you got three phases and obviously we're we're kind of led by our defense right now up next for Clemson NC state in the tiger's first true road test of the season Matt Smith Clemson South Carolina
Special 9/11 Episode This Friday
"Tomorrow. Show, of course, will be spending some time on 9 11 at 7 30 Eastern time We'll have our dear friend Debra Burlingame on the program. Um As you know her brother died was murdered. On flight 77 out of, uh And of Reagan National It was horrific. She's a lawyer. She's brilliant. I've gotten to know her and And so we'll be having Deborah and as well as As our anniversary program. We'll be getting into some other issues as well. I don't know how you can ignore Afghanistan. The Taliban. And what's happened 20 years later, and we won't ignore them. And we will talk about these things and more and as well as Is your participation. It's a big deal. The N Y P. D. How they've been attacked and undermined. 20 years later. Just shocking. Just appalling. So you want to be here? For all three hours. Um No brag. Just fact. I think we handle this better than most. And why do I say that? Because my broadcast career started in New York. Most people start in Podunk I started in New York. And the great W A. B C when it was part of the ABC radio networks. And I think the station As well as other stations. But this one in particular has got the fourth ownership, maybe the fifth since then. Uh, But we're steady Eddie here and we'll we'll continue to talk about it for the whole nation.
Justin Bieber Rocks SKIMS Thanks to Hilarious Billboard Mishap
"That young passersby did double takes on L. A Sunset Strip as crews mixed up a new billboard showing Justin Bieber from the chest up modeling a leather jacket for Balenciaga. From the waist down. A model wearing Kim Kardashian skims underwear. The torsos matched up seamlessly. Crews have replaced Bieber's bottom to its proper spot, but not before the mistake went viral. So far. No comment from Beaver or Kardashian, Deborah Rodriguez, CBS News Big Wake UP Call for
What Is a Breakthrough COVID-19 Infection?
"Dr Deborah and Mulligan, professor at Nova Southeastern University's College of Osteopathic Medicine. She is board certified in pediatrics and emergency medicine as welcome our dear doctor. Good morning, Jimmy. Let's talk about little bit about breakthrough infections. I think I saw that about 83 85% of the people hospitalized in the state of Florida. Were not vaccinated, but there are some And that's the breakthrough infection. Right? That's what we call it. Tell us about this. Yeah, sure. So, you know, we had a really good vaccine driven strategy for the vaccinated. It was supposed to be a worry free, hot back summer of socializing and fun. That was before Delta. You know, this tough, formidable folks spoil their plans and rising covid breakthrough infections. Among fully vaccinated is a reminder that these vaccines are not a silver bullet. Nor is the mask a full proof invisibility cloak. So let's define what is the definition of vaccine breakthrough infection for our listeners. It's the detection of SARS Kobe to RNA or antigens. Collected from a person more than 14 days after they completed recommended doses of covid 19. So I have had patients who were diagnosed with Covid Illness, but they hadn't been fully vaccinated. So, for example, maybe you got the first shot. It was a week later, they hadn't got their second shot. So Jimmy, these vaccines are intended to prevent severe illness. That was the end point, and they're doing that. They were not intended to prevent spread 100%, although they were pretty marvelous until you know Delta came along. These vaccines are working as expected there, bolstering memory B cells, protective D cells and antibodies to protect us from severe disease. They're doing that.
Packed With Virus Patients, Louisiana Hospitals Await Ida
"Louisiana prepares for ida hospitals there and throughout the south role ready tact with coloured patients and going into lockdown. Tom yomas reports from new orleans tonight. Nbc news taken inside one of new orleans. Busiest covert icu's. The state already swamped with nearly three thousand hospitalized patients. Here sometimes just been thinking that we're dealing with a pandemic another surge and now a major hurricanes last year we had a lot of kinds of uncertainty where we thought hurricanes coming but this one looks like it's headed right for us of course that's really concerning timing storm couldn't be worse. Hurricane ida is about to collide with the fourth wave of kobe in new orleans. I see us like this when all across the city or in near capacity just a little too long to get back day sixty two year old. Deborah alexander infected during this latest search. She's been praying. She beats covy tonight. She's praying for new orleans guy at the officer medical center. They're taking no chances hoping emergency planning and new tools like these high water vehicles to evacuate patients. Help them survive the storm. So how many patients can you fit in the back so seated we could probably fit fifteen to twenty and laying down on a stretcher public close to ten or twelve. Do you think you're gonna have to use this. I hope not but we're ready for if we do
What Happened in Afghanistan?
"Across sky news on television mobile and our social channels. We've been reporting on the developments in afghanistan with was the fifteenth. Today that seemed to take some by surprise it led to questions about what the past twenty years has all been four following britain america and its allies presence in the country as the situation continues to develop. We wanted to examine the shifts in the geopolitical landscape since the shocking fall of kabul. I'm deborah hanes foreign affairs editor at sky knees. I'm never last some the ship producer. India reporter based in delhi almost exactly twenty years ago. Nine eleven the upshot from that. Just give us a a kind of really potted history of that evolution of the mission to afghanistan like you said. The invasion of afghanistan was to oust al qaeda and the taliban regime that had harboured the group on their soil and that was achieved in terms of the collapse of the training camps and the collapse of the taliban regime very quickly. And then you had a american british other. Nato troops on the ground and the mission started to evolve into one where they tried to set up and stabilize a government and bring democracy to the country. But that's a huge effort and well. They should have been completely focused on that effort. The war in iraq began was launched. The choice was made by the us to go into iraq on the futile hunt for weapons of mass destruction and that was a mission that the u k under tony blair as prime minister supported
"deborah" Discussed on 5 Questions with Dan Schawbel
"There was like there was a big hurricane there so that more emphasis but yeah every day and so you remember it because you know it's like a political campaign if you only hear a slogan wants you're not going to remember it but if it gets pounded into you're more likely to remember advertising to see an ad least three times to recall it as well and there's a good thing to on sales and the best book ever written on successful salesmanship was penned by that esteemed author. Dr seuss and the book is called green eggs and ham. And if you count up the number of times that funky little creature offers up the green eggs and ham. Sam i am sam. I am tried to serve up at green eggs and ham sixteen times before that creature said. Yeah i'll try it. And then he liked green eggs and ham. I do like them. Sam i am. The average salesman pitches twice. The average person has to be pitched at least five or six times before they make the sales connection. Most of us are unsuccessful. Because we give up too quickly. And what's your best piece of advice. I used to haven't pinned on the screen at my computer right here. And it's a quote from one of my wise women who doesn't know she's part of my personal border directors but she has and she wants said to me. There are many ways to define success. And i think that's really good career advice businesses changing so much. Our world has changed so much in the last eighteen months. My industry is completely being upended by digitisation. So if you are hung up on one definition of success you already setting yourself up for failure but if you recognize that success can be defined in many ways therefore there are many pathways to get to success. You'll find it. Thank you so much for sharing your wisdom deborah to follow her journey could watch her on inside edition and find her on instagram facebook twitter where she shares her appearances conversations announcements and charity campaigns to watch the full extended video version of this episode. Go to youtube dot com slash dan shah bell and please remember to rate and review the five questions. Podcast on itunes..
Australian Federal Court Rules That AI Can Be a Patent Inventor
"There's been quantity excitement in. I in legal circles in recent days about a decision handed down in the australian federal court which effectively means that the label inventor can in future be given to a non human to an artificial intelligence system. The ruling is a world first and it's likely to be appealed. But how significant is it really professor. Genie patterson is with the center for i and digital ethics at melbourne law. School jamie pedersen. Welcome to the program. Thanks for having me. Tell us about the system at the center of this new legal development. Dabbous what is it and what can it do. Well it's device for thomas bit striking of unified since and it's a narrow network that supposedly is able to be creative to invent a new product of its own accord now. Deborah's has its own creator. He's based in the us and his name is dr steven thaler. Why has docked developing trying to have this particular machine given the same sort of inventors status that he himself enjoys well. Dr failure and a great patient lawyers and a chopping academic code ryan. I bet decided that it was important to understand that is being used quite a lot in the development of various products and particularly pharmaceuticals and. They were worried by the conundrum. That if you're using i but registering the patient to spend invented by a person the some discrepancy in. How much does individual participants. Doing the work might be redone. By the i. But it's the human that's taking the credit for the invention
"deborah" Discussed on Monocle 24: Meet the Writers
"Take the dog out and do all the stuff that couples do. She misses all that. You know have a problematic relationship was with her husband. They did that for each other. And it was quite sort of traditional marriage in in that way or is it doesn't matter which one of you does cause and computers and things but she just misses it and you know i can feel at. I mean i've got lovely family living nearby and they can come and do things when i need them. But you know you you need somebody to to to help just getting through all the mechanics of life. I find because it's very complicated. You know the simple admin let learn anything else so would you like another partner. I'd love another partner. Yes of either sex. But if i don't have one. I can manage pretty well on my own but i think exploring that question that you're asking is really interesting my stage in life because the opportunities much less of another partner probably just because once much older basically say shall we end this with the sort of. I don't want to say lonely hearts. Because i didn't think you'll particularly learn but it's a dating so as i said at the beginning we were sitting here in your in your garden. It's fakher earned it's vibrant. It's throbbing with life as are you as your imagination and so if you were to find someone perfect to compliment that who indeed might be listening to this program right now. Who would it be. It'll be somebody makes me laugh. Obviously that that. That's that's the basis really. Just somebody i cannot do. I just like somebody to just chatter to. And because i live by the sea since lockdown ended. I've had people coming to stay. And i've just been sitting here talking to them. All the time has been absolute. Who's a love it. So a chatty man nice chatty man chatty woman their mind actually no. He published his black dress tinder. They have it will. That's how you get in touch with debbie. The black dress by deborah is published by tender and is out. Now you've been listening to. Monica reads produced by nor whole and presented by me georgina. Godwin thanks for listening..
"deborah" Discussed on Monocle 24: Meet the Writers
"Hello and welcome to the weeds georgina. Goldman and i'm delighted to be speaking to an old friend with a brand new book. Deborah mugabe has been described as the nora ephron of north london review is say she's the princess of the deliciously dark always funny perceptive and very contemporary the queen of social comedy who's on top form in her latest work. The black dress w was sitting in your beautiful garden on the south coast and a lot. These towns around here are characterized by the fact that pickup lots of charity shops and also ladies of a certain age. And that really is the starting point for your new book which begins with this wonderful find in a charity shop with the heroin prue who seventy and dumped by her husband and rob a desperate. She goes down to deal where i live for the day and sees a little black dress in a charity shop. This triggers an idea in an idea so bold and reckless really that it takes a breath way but she decided to go through with it and in fiction you can always push character that bit further than one would in real life. I would never do this so what she plans to do. It is also triggered this idea by her going to the funeral somebody. She doesn't know by mistake. 'cause she arrives half an hour at goethe's green crematorium they have. They run very tight ship. They're in and out in half an hour says she finds herself in the wrong funeral. And somebody says one of the other people. I didn't know anybody here to you. Because of course funerals people come out of the woodwork. From all parts of your life and we'll have many different personalities by the time we die and unto had different knives so she decides because as i said she's dumped by her husband it desperate for man. She's ashamed of herself for being so helpless but she is. She decides to get dressed up to look in the local paper of war for. I'm laughing own joke. Look in the local paper for forthcoming funerals of women of her age. And then gatecrash get the little black dress on gatecrashed the funeral and trying to get first dibs on the grieving widower because as we all know. When a man is bereaved women crawl out the woodwork. again crawling out of the woodwork. To offer condolences in casseroles. And they say things like my 'cause making a funny noise would you possibly help menace surrounded by women when their wives die and that that's a bold fact doesn't off of not the other way round so so prudence decides to do that and she thinks she's doing this sort of data herself the whole thing. She thinks he's kind of joke. But it's kind of not a joke. Because as i say cheese shamefully desperate so she get crushes..
Deborah Moggach on Her New Book, 'the Black Dress'
"W was sitting in your beautiful garden on the south coast and a lot. These towns around here are characterized by the fact that pickup lots of charity shops and also ladies of a certain age. And that really is the starting point for your new book which begins with this wonderful find in a charity shop with the heroin prue who seventy and dumped by her husband and rob a desperate. She goes down to deal where i live for the day and sees a little black dress in a charity shop. This triggers an idea in an idea so bold and reckless really that it takes a breath way but she decided to go through with it and in fiction you can always push character that bit further than one would in real life. I would never do this so what she plans to do. It is also triggered this idea by her going to the funeral somebody. She doesn't know by mistake. 'cause she arrives half an hour at goethe's green crematorium they have. They run very tight ship. They're in and out in half an hour says she finds herself in the wrong funeral. And somebody says one of the other people. I didn't know anybody here to you. Because of course funerals people come out of the woodwork. From all parts of your life and we'll have many different personalities by the time we die and unto had different knives so she decides because as i said she's dumped by her husband it desperate for man. She's ashamed of herself for being so helpless but she is. She decides to get dressed up to look in the local paper of war for. I'm laughing own joke. Look in the local paper for forthcoming funerals of women of her age. And then gatecrash get the little black dress on gatecrashed the funeral and trying to get first dibs on the grieving widower because as we all know. When a man is bereaved women crawl out the woodwork. again crawling out of the woodwork. To offer condolences in casseroles. And they say things like my 'cause making a funny noise would you possibly help
Debra Winger Quit 'a League of Their Own'
"A hollywood actress is coming for. Madonna debra. Winger everyone gets you. We'll says she quit a league of their own because of the material girl. Deborah was set to play gena davis his role but she told the telegraph that she thought madonna getting cast. Return movie into an elvis presley film. So she bought out. Don't worry she got her. When deborah was asked about madonna's performance in the movie. She pulled her petty lever and said i think her acting career has spoken for itself.
A Look Back at the 1983 KFC Massacre
"It was one of the most infamous crimes ever committed in east texas. Five people kidnapped from kilgore. Kfc then shot to death now. Thirty five years later. One of the men convicted could soon be set free on september twenty third. Nineteen eighty-three kim. Tyler stopped by kilgore texas. Kfc or and eleven pm to see for mom. Mary was still working to her shock. She found the restaurants door open and blood covering the floor. Kim ran out screaming. This begins one of the most mysterious texas mass slayings and as you can imagine. There are a lot of texas mortars. Today we're gonna talk about the infamous kentucky fried chicken murders so like we said on september twenty third. Nineteen eighty-three mary. Tyler was thirty seven. Opie hughes thirty nine. And joey johnson twenty or on-duty at the kfc and kilgore david maxwell twenty one employees at the restaurant who was off duty and just kind of hanging out and monty landers only nineteen was a friend of theirs and they were both there to visit with joey. The restaurant was about to close. It was likely around eight or nine pm in this two hour between eight or nine. Pm and eleven pm. When kim tyler found the blood inside the restaurant something terrible happened the next day. Five bodies were found by an oilfield worker off county road to thirty two four. Were shot point blank in the head. Their bodies were all pointing north. The fifth was found a ways later one of the women who was assaulted and facing a different direction. Obviously the town was shocked. Close-knit everything you'd think of conservative. Leaning as the police started investigating they started putting some of the pieces together. But since the murders happened between county. Lines ruskin greg counties. It meant it was already a contentious investigation. You'd think about an investigation anyway especially at this time. Nineteen eighty-three probably didn't get all the evidence. Maybe not as thorough as they would have liked and so this complicated things even more soon. The texas rangers also be involved appointed by the department of public safety to keep the case. Organiz sensing the tension between the two different counties. Two cousins from tyler. Romeo pinkerton darnell hartsfield became suspects just weeks after the killings but joe records at the time falsely indicated. The men might have been in jail at the time throwing the cops off their sent though. Hundreds of tips poured in more than a decade. When by before rusk county grand jury began meeting to an indictment in april nineteen ninety-five. The grand jury charged. James earl mankins junior. The son of texas representative with five counts of capital murder. Mankins who had conflicted pass to say the least and his wife deborah who also became a suspect had tied to the scene. There was a fingernail found on the victim's clothing and mankins was missing the same looking fingernail and the to fit while he was charged with the murders he was later released after beginning of pretrial proceedings due to a lack of conclusive
Simone Biles to Make Olympic Comeback by Competing in Remaining Final
"At the Olympic, citing her mental health US As team says Simone Biles will return tomorrow to take part in the balance beam. Correspondent Steve Futterman is in Tokyo after declining to take part first in the overall competition. Then in the vault and even bars and finally, floor exercise. This was Simone Biles last chance to compete here in Tokyo. And quite frankly, I think she's surprised many people by announcing she will compete in this final event. The balance beam in women's gymnastics team mates. Uneasily, who won gold in the all around last week, will also compete on the beam. Late last week, files posted about the fear that led her to withdraw. She detailed a case of twist ease on the vault to term used when gymnast lose their sense of air awareness, Biles explained. She doesn't trust herself as much as she used to. CBS News Special Report. I'm Deborah Rodriguez
Ann Patchett Reads Maile Meloy
"High an cli- deborah welcome So you and miley moyer friends. It's true it's and i've heard that you were in a way the trigger for this story. The proxy marriage. Can you tell me about that In a very small way Molly and i were in australia together. We were on book tour separately. But when you fly to australia with someone and you're there a couple of weeks and then fly back. You have a lot of to talk. And at one point miley was telling me about proxy marriage. She is from helena. Montana and montana is the only state where you can have a double proxy marriage which means neither the bride or the groom has to be present in order for forward the wedding to happen and while she was telling me about that i said wow that sounds like a short story. What do you think that miley does best in her writing. What is it. Sp- greatest characteristic my gosh Such a fan. I'm not even going to say. This is the greatest characteristic of miles writing but the greatest characteristic of miley as a person is that anything she decides. She wants to put her mind to she and she is always trying new things. She will research and study and practice and then be fantastic at it. When i met miley. She wrote short stories. I really believe she is one of our absolute greatest living short story writers and then she decided she wanted to write novels and then she decided she wanted to write middle grade fiction and then picture books and now. She's working on a graphic novel and she's doing screenplays and this also applies to things like laying tile which she can also do
Deborah Lipstadt Picked as Biden's Antisemitism Envoy
"Alarmed by a wave of attacks on american jews tied to the recent violence between israel and hamas american jewish committee and others in may press the white house to address a glaring void in the us state department the absence of a special envoy to monitor and combat anti-semitism around the world. This week president biden. Fill that vacancy. With one of america's preeminent jewish historians and holocaust scholars emory university professor. Deborah lipstadt professor. Lipstadt joined us on people at the pod shortly after the release of her latest book anti-semitism here and now a series of letters to an imagined college student and imagined colleague. Both of whom are perplexed by contemporary expressions of the most ancient hatred. We discussed whether the world is sufficiently aware of this ever present. danger professor. Thank you for joining us. Thank you for having me so tell me what did inspire you to write this book wind. Did you start writing it. Was there a catalyst. The catalyst was a lot of things that happen amazingly enough now. It sounds like h industry a in two thousand fourteen. The shooting in brussels the the murderer in brussels of visitors to the jewish museum there and a lot of the anti-semitism that emerged around the war in gaza. But it was clear to me that it wasn't just related to the war in gaza that there had been enough other things happening that to just say. Oh this is all about. Gaza was a simplistic view. I wrote an op. Ed for the new york times got a tremendous amount of attention. Discussion and Finally i didn't. I thought that would be the end of it. My agent set me deborah. There's a book here. Where's the proposal. I said i have wallowed in the sewers of anti semitism and holocaust and office so much in my life. I really don't want to write about this. But he wouldn't give up. So i wrote the proposal. He presented to a publisher. They were interested in. I had to write the book. I mean a flip about that really. But as the time where i really started writing the book i would say two thousand fifteen amid to end two thousand fifteen and by that point. It was clear that the book was to me. It was clear that the book was
Do Your Employees Believe They're Being Asked to Do Things That Aren't Part of Their Job?
"I wanna talk about something. That i saw on lincoln recently Posted by one of our partners with hacking your leadership. Nancy deborah mono she's been instrumental in orchestrating and moderating some of our clubhouse rooms that we've done over the last few months and she posted on linked in based on something she saw. That was a comment by an employee that said. I don't get paid enough to do this. And the employers responding to something says basically some employees are kind of being exploited or being asked too much for what their job is or what they're being paid and that made me think about that. Because i've been in some situations where i thought that thought what what they're asking me to do doesn't fall within my scope of work or or what my actual job is. But but i also don't want to make waves. I kind of have always believed in this whole like. Don't do the job. You have do the job that you want You know what do you think about this. Lorenzo is felt. Felt like you were being asked to do something that you weren't being paid to do. Yeah i think those words may have crossed my lips a few times mostly under my breath and to myself But you're absolutely has happened. yes. I think it's. It's one of those interesting things in in you know i. I also saw the post from nancy. Deborah and i saw some other posts in some conversation and dialogue on lincoln on the statement and in what kind of stuck out to me is remembering that when somebody says that they say like. I don't get paid enough to do this. That doesn't necessarily make them a bad employ. A non motivated employees or not a good team member. There are definitely times when probably everybody has felt that at one point And sometimes you're absolutely correct. You know you're being asked to do something that you really either shouldn't be doing or quite honestly you're being asked to the job of somebody else share in and i think over time that can get frustrating I think that could get something that somebody that they can really damage culture But also i have heard people say that when it absolutely. They get paid enough to do what they're being asked to Without question and so for me. It's kind of one of those things where the context matters. And i don't see it as one or the other. It has to live somewhere in the middle. But i think that based on the context it is one of the other. It's either somebody's being asked to somebody they should be doing. It's just a it's a bad statement and it means that maybe they're not motivated. They don't want to do their job or at the same exact time. Based on the context it can be a will. I shouldn't be doing this because maybe you're asking me to do more than was expected of me and my current
Prince Harry Working On 'Intimate and Heartfelt Memoir'
"Prince Harry will soon release his memoir, maybe sees Deborah Roberts has the story just months after his stunning Oprah interview was reportedly angered the royal family, the Duke of Sussex, announcing plans to pin his own life story. Saying in a statement. I am not writing as the Prince I was born. But the man I've become. My hope is that in telling my story the highs and lows the mistakes, the lessons learned. I can help show that no matter where we come from, we have more in common than we think it's really going to focus on the people that have helped shape his life. And really come to discover the experiences that he's had made him the man. He is today the untitled memoir in the works since last year and will span Harry's entire life from his childhood in the spotlight to present day living outside the palace. The book reportedly a surprise to his father, Prince Charles. Tensions between Harry and the royal family have been high since he stepped away from his duties to make a life in America. So when I asked the question, why did you leave? The simplest answer is lack of support. And lack of understanding the publisher Penguin Random House, saying Harry will give the definitive account of the experiences that shaped him one of those becoming a husband and a father. But she also discussed with Oprah, I guess Highlight for me. Is Sticking him on the back of the bicycle. And his little baby, see? And take him on his boat rides or something which I never was able to do when I was young. This is the first time in modern history where a senior royal has written his or her own memoir, Usually other people write those books. The publisher says it will be released in 2022 Harry says proceeds will go to charity. But as you can imagine, there are strong opinions across the globe, many asking why others saying good for him?
Palestinians Face Eviction From Jerusalem Neighborhood to Make Way for Biblical Park
"By Jewish settlers, an archaeological park near ancient ruins. It could be the next focus of the conflict over Jerusalem, plans to evict Palestinians from another neighborhood shakes Jura helped spark the Israeli Palestinian violence. In May, NPR's Deborah Amos reports on the latest neighborhood developing as a flash point. Usually we begin a story like this in the neighborhoods that are the flashpoints, But first we're going back in time to an active archaeological site and a tourist destination. The city of David National Park, named for a biblical monarch who ruled here more than 3000 years ago. There are plans to expand this site to create a biblical theme park. In the valley below. There's an underground spring here to a water source for ancient Jerusalem, where Christians believe Jesus toured a blind man, James L. Rod works as a tour guide. It's an underground, my handmade carved tunnels. Over 3300 years ago. How many tourists come to see this? In 2019? A million visitors arrived to see The city of David sites. This tourist site is just outside the walls of the old city on the edge of Silwan, a Palestinian neighborhood in east Jerusalem, which Israel captured from Jordan in 1967 and annexed. But most countries still consider this occupied territory. Israel claims the city as its undivided capital. Palestinians want part of it for their capital, the city of David tourist complexes run by a settlers group, the Air David Foundation. That critics say weaponize archaeological findings to cement Jewish control in this part of the city. The most important archaeological sites in the country are controlled by the settlers of still one. That's
Did You Know Females Have a Prostate? Sex Educator Deborah Sundahl Explains
"Let's talk about the clitoral orgasm versus the g spot orgasm. How would you describe them. We'll first of all g-spot is the female prostate that female prostate surrounds. The re throw canal. It starts at the outside opening of the body. And it's thirty two ducks. Glands are sprinkled along the eureka three canal about two inches so therefore because you're re throw canal and the vaginal canal share the same wall that means you can easily access prostate through the roof of the vagina. You can easily feel it. It literally hangs down through the roof of the vagina. it's a prostate. It's not the clitoris. The clitoris is primarily erectile tissue. We have the little knob on the outside of the body. Full of nerves. But as feminists healthcare a nurse's rebecca shocker and susan gauge and nineteen eighty to redefine the clitoris. They said hey. It's not just the little knob on the outside of the body. That feels so good. It's actually erectile tissue that extends four to five inches inside the body. They thought these women were not strict. Fifteen years will now. They've seen this structure in the
"deborah" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast
"I've been listening to that quite a bit. I think she's super talented. And she and i share birthday. Oh very nice we have the same birthday. So yeah i'm really yeah you know. I didn't like her at first. But i really like this last album that she put out. I actually listened to a lot of soundtrack music. So you know. If i'm watching like i've to this day i still listen to the mission I love the sound track. I can't think of I know it's an italian name. There the percent of the album. That did the album amazing album I loved john berry. I love You know listening to music like that. I that's kind of how i start. My day. is all put on one of those albums. And do some meditation kind of drift off into an imaginary world of how i like to see the day going. And and so yeah. That's kind of where i mad. I'm you know my musical tastes change. I like i like rock from the eighties and nineties. You know like a one still whitesnake girl. I love whitesnake absolutely so. I'm excited to read the book. I hope you know however you publish it with itself published or met you know you tell great stories so that's gonna be exciting and fun to do Is there anything. I should've asked you that. I didn't morrow we covered it. I think we did. I think you did a fabulous job very sweet to say that. That's very nice all right so before. I let you go. I've got to ask you the mirror. Question so creston. J armstrong is a retired honors english teacher in the philadelphia area and he was on the show and he explained to me that every year he would take two days of the classroom his seniors and they would take the bruce springsteen song thunder road read all through the lyrics talk about the imagery and then at the end of the two days. He would ask the question. Does mary get in the car. So deborah that is your question. Does mary get me into viz. Mary getting the carthy and road absolutely she gets in the.
"deborah" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast
"That the teenager you inside went. I can't believe this is happening. Like you've talked already like i'm in japan on dancing. I'm on. I'm i'm i'm auditioning for you know playboy But is there something where you go. This is surreal. Believe one that stands out more of everything else deborah one. I was in japan. The first time i was twenty years old. I had my twenty first birthday in osaka. Japan and one night after. I told you we perform three shows about six shows a night. And there's a street in a suck that's called shinsei bashi and back in the eighties. There was a famous club on tientsin. she called maggie's and we're walking on shinsei bauchi and and the girl i'm with. Were getting ready to get a taxi and go home. 'cause we've been to all the spots after we got done performing we'd go hit all our favorite spots and we're walking we see like it looked like americans walking towards us like six or seven guys and we're like wait a minute there's americans and as they got closer. We realize it was rod stewart. And he's like ladies. Can you tell me. Tell me what magazines. And my girlfriend. And i looked each other. Jill take you there so we turn back around and we go back. To maggie's we take 'cause he wants to go to mega of course we walk in and they see that we walk with rod stewart. They immediately played maggie aggravate. Yeah sure they play the song and at my girlfriend and i are like this cannot be happening. All my god. Like we're with rod stewart. Yes raising and he was he he and his whole crew. They were so nice. Stay there. I think the place closed at like five in the morning we stayed there dancing and we had so much fun and i remember you know. I wrote letters back to the us. I must've written thirty letters the next day to everybody. I knew. Guess you can't imagine. I get all and he kept. Put his arm around us and he's like.
"deborah" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast
"I go i we had and now my friends are like you this because the whole car ride all i'm doing is talking about half in the playboy mansion and my experience next thing you know we get out of the car and there's half with his four. Blondes they're getting ready to go into the rainbow room and we're going to the roxie to see the pussycat dolls and you can't write this deborah. I'm like oh and i give him a big hug. And my god. That's that's wonderful. He remembered you It it sounds like he had a really good memory and you knew all the girls while. That's there's a reason for that because he chose every single one now. What not one date. Fold got by him. He looked at everything and he decided what months and he knew every detail. So there's a reason why he he would remember us value. Yeah so. Because i was waiting for i i was wondering if you ever if people come in especially like with the kids like okay. I hate to be embarrassing. But like will you sign my copy like. I'm sure that's happened a couple of times. Course i've had people still to this day. Reach out on social media in there. Like if i send you my magazine there somewhere i can send it what you sign up for me. And and now with donald trump being on the cover of my issue he has played he has made it a collector's item. So thank you mr president. I did not realize that. Don't tell me more about this. Yes i donald. Trump is on the cover of issue on the centerfold in. So i get more fan mail today than i did when i was the centerfold because now it's a collector's item. Everybody wants me to sign it if you go online and you try to by march nineteen ninety. I think it's tripled in price now. How anybody that has. That issue is reaching out to me. Will you please sign it. You know because it isn't. It's a collector's himself. You've got donald trump on the cover and then you've got me signed on the inside. It's already ready. Good collector's.
"deborah" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast
"So growing up the first memory that i have regarding music and i played it over and over again. Was nancy sinatra. These boots are made for walking just like grabbed onto me. I think i was three years old. And i run around and they might. They bought me. Go go boots. So i'd run around in these dog obits and i just thought i was it. I mean attention was my first addiction. You know i mean. I was just like see look at me. I'm in my go. Go boots and i would sing and dance. Hello everyone and welcome to a new episode of set. Lusting bruce your podcast. All about bruce springsteen his music and mostly is fans. I am your host jesse jackson but joining me today. We're kind of stepping off. The bruce trained though he will come up as he always does. But i have someone who i am so excited about talking with. I tried to count. How many times. You've reinvented yourself. Deborah and i i lost count and i am just in mal with you. Debra drake's welcome to the show can sell much thank you. I've lost count to was. We don't have to keep track. I just think it's interesting and we'll go ahead For my audience wants to give us your elevator. Pitch introduce yourself. Hi i'd ever dregs. I may former playboy playmate model and covergirl and Really reinvented myself in the business. World got to be in the top five percent in sales in the life insurance industry. And you know they're completely polar opposites and so. I think you know in the last ten years anytime anybody finds out. Oh my god you were in playboy you know it just strikes up this whole conversation of. How did you go from doing that to getting into business and so you know. I don't know it's an elevator pitch story but you know it definitely comes up at times throughout my life. Yeah what's interesting is At least to me and You know there are. There are groups in facebook where you look for a guest in you know. Be a guest and people post like am. I'm looking for guests. Join my podcast. Where i'm looking to join people on your podcast than you had reached out a really wonderful kind of pitch about this and i said well. I do a music podcasts. Would you be interested in you went. Yes absolutely kidding. Yeah you know it's interesting because music is really a huge part of all my life. Because i don't. I play piano but i'm a beginner so i don't play an instrument and i don't you know i. I like to tell you that i sing. But only in the shower feeling. Yeah so but music is a huge part of my life. Because i grew up as a figure skater and i skated from four until seven. Am before school and we would listen weep back then. It was eight track tapes. And i remember..
"deborah" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend
"To take risks. Maintain a positive attitude and take never take no for an answer Ladies and gentlemen please open year's opening minds and have we welcome in deborah. Jake welcome thank you so much having me. Yes oh my god never take no for an answer of my god. The term i coin was no means. Maybe sometimes you have to now means. Maybe i want to start with that because In the times we live in and the metoo movement and The the air that i grew up in when when there.
"deborah" Discussed on The Lounge Podcast
"That's what we're building into this and that's why I think we we just get so excited about it because when we finished last year, we looked at each other and said we did it is what we wanted to accomplish in in in magic happened because of. I. Love that magic happened. In exactly what Deborah stand as a facilitator at workshops at conferences. Get, often get feedback. Wish this was a two day conference workshop or this was a day workshop a lot of times I feel. Disappointed that I wasn't able to give them more than what they were expecting more. We just ran out of time I ain't too. So if this is something where you want to attend on his end and actually be comfortable and free to kind of explore your and have the time to explore that creativity and then actually have something at the end of this to show what you did not just say a three ring binder of all this maturity. You can go back and then you have to figure out how? To apply yourself. But I think I think a huge benefit of one big main benefit of this is that it will transform how you think about solving. You know the one takeaway I, have already just from just from talking with the three of you is that when we go to conference, we attend a number of different sessions and what you've already talked about for your event all of those topics, the creativity, the storytelling, the game design thinking all of those things are covered in different bits and pieces at a conference. And for me my big takeaway is you're taking all of like you said, Deborah, the things we want to see at a conference and you're putting them into one really immersive event and for me that's a huge a huge benefit rate. Exactly. I've come home from conferences and I have my list of things to do how to do it, and then I have to put it away and get back to my reality. and. Their months later, I'm cleaning off my desk and I find that listen realize Oh, wanted to I wanted to try to implement that not even sure what I meant when I wrote this note down new frightened, right you will remember it because you're doing it and in it will be based on your real world issue or problem that you're trying to solve. So it's not going to be some. You know a scenario that we come up will help you come up with your best one for this to implement in you will have. Something that you can do and use in a prototype or pilot in it's ready read that's key. We're I mean we're just facilitating the process of it's been. So going to be the ones you know they. one of the key terms hard fund. It's we're GONNA push you out of your. Comfort Zone. and. You learn better when you're uncomfortable. But it's going to be hard to. Do that you know you're not at work it's not high stakes put still you are going to be uncomfortable, but we're going to be there as your safety net I love that safe uncomfortable because you know one of the things nobody nobody ever wants to go and have fingers pointed at them in and you should have thought of lesser. You've you know. So at being safe and being outside, your comes to having that that freedom to be able to be the creative person that I think we sometimes hold back when we're at work I think that's really it's almost joyful to hear you talking about this. You know you go to. Come home from a conference in your all excited your jazz..
"deborah" Discussed on The Convo with Kisha
"Building. Programs Right? Up. Also, with our Educational Africa that's another organization that. We bring kids bomb or Kobi's these but we married kids from organizations that were were were. Covered were. Offered nations know they weren't as last know but we combined the kids had wealth those didn't and we may teams. And we brought them over to the United States to compete a united. Nations you know and. In doing that, I, mean these kids got to fly for the first time represent their countries for the first time and you know just just in what they what did they give me? Yeah I had the honor of being a jail for a couple of days in Africa but. It was such an experience because I was honored would be in place in Nelson Mandela's Joe. Aircraft three days. And And that experience in that experience? I had a true appreciation of the sweat and tears that was actually filling walls where he was. In and is experiences such as that that Led Me to start is is passion that I have in s the collect dirt from the beaches around the world. And Went. Out with this because I don't know how much you want to say you know but. When I went to go work with Her Royal Highness. There was this. Young Man. At. Asked me. Said Miss Debbie his broken language. Miss Debbie. What did it feel like being Uganda? How's it feel like the new on there? And I looked at him and I told him I said why I'm about to say is my store is not yours. Door. You know and I told him. I said when I go to different countries from around the world collect dirt. At. Said, how would you feel somebody told you to go home and you didn't know your address The jerk that I pick up from here. Is. Dirt that I've picked up. But when you pick up the same dirt, this is your dirt is your home. I'm still seeking mine I don't know. My lineage. You know. So I'm. Learning cultures learning, giving back learning the. Ways to articulate in the represent. At the time I was representing United States in Uganda..
"deborah" Discussed on The Convo with Kisha
"Exactly. So. So having to stay. Ahead of technology and banking as we see it today is there gonNA be a despair impact on the served and people that look like you and me you know, do we have access to technology? Now do we will we have access to lending? And deposits in those types of things you know. So we'll better to understand the curb again. Than people like me in either event in the industry that could speak. The language. So that's You know that's why stay in in banking because I love it. I love it. But is also a service is a lot of us that that are trying to start a small business loans are homeownership or or invest or those types of things but if you can't understand the basic financial literacy. We're going to be hurting ourselves exactly that saw true. Yeah. And Education knowledge is the basis of growth anyway especially to also who as you say are underserved who people think don't deserve the same as someone else is champions like you who are like. Now, this will not happen this happen I'm GonNa do my little piece in an amazing like a little piece. But it is something humans because this think of the number of people that your work has impacted have helped them be able to give fair mending. You know make sure there's someone is going over some. People. Give say when the bankers have to read this and I like Oh guys now it. Is the fun print you know and and it's it's it's really You know it's it's banking bank in today's thanking environment. It's. Interesting like I said it's so interesting because laws when the laws were written one where we're talking about the seventies eighties, you know depending on where the branches relocated. Okay. That's federal funding was going to make sure that the money was on back. But the banks aren't located in the same place anymore they're allowed to play. So I mean it's a very complex a model. But there's some strong young people coming up in the banking. Industry. Not only young everybody that understands language you know being able to communicate it. So folks can understand even those that don't understand making sure that they have access to the technology that can give them the information. Is Very. Important. That is very import. So. It's real. You. Know. International. Not This. United States International. Yeah. You have to understand what governs in who governs the flow of income. Yeah. So that's why stand banking industry. Yeah, that's awesome. I certainly you know appreciate the fact that you know like you said, it was a service you know ervices to you know help others I just love that I love that old. North Carolina. Ms Queen All. How has your experience? Being North Carolina. You know and being you know this beautiful quaint you still are. Are Definitely how has that helped? You be who you are today. The.
"deborah" Discussed on The Convo with Kisha
"So honored to her legacy this are still being a part of you. So thank you. Again for that. Thank you again. You. It's an honor Ms Debbie. Honestly it is. It's an honor for me. It really is. Never know. Your words is so powerful. You just don't know it just add to mid. ooh. Transition her transition sh is still it's still hurts because the ear her. You know. I'm not sure she had the ear. He's GonNa do for your skill set. In the season at you're planning in so many people's lives. I. Thank you. And continued to. cause. You just don't know who's listening. Yes. Mail and you don't know. If somebody's on the break. You know and break mini success or how bounce back from you know gist. From. Whatever the situation is a relationship issue Bag or being. Not Knowing where the next dollar is. GonNa be. Our. My child or you know almost types of things you know just to talk about is the lesson yet. So. I. Love You girl I just Oh my God. I love. Am Oh. My Gosh. There's reading about you and your everything. It was an honor for me like it truly wasn't on to give the opportunity the blessing to be able to talk to you in this space and us the connectedness not be a one time connection out for. Truly an honor for me because Like I said the way that we live. On A to other people who have transitioned on before I I'm doing things that I was telling the frame today I'm in all how God has really used me. In my parents both about the my parents have transitioned on. Space where I really wish they were here you. Are is an s for your. Are. They are they. Now may be there's so much innuendo you know because you wouldn't be who you are without implanting disease are needed. See the thing is, is that everything was planted in but from both your mom and dad was placed in you. Now, at the time that was placed now it's coming out in you probably sound more like.
"deborah" Discussed on The Convo with Kisha
"To. Ask them favorite part. was had an honor. To represent the student body and the reason I'm saying this because you know when we started our conversation, I've told you about at one point nine eight. But That journey from the one point nine, eight to my senior year was an example of the students love ended. Cheer the the the court. Of the Friends of the earth, the student by everybody community, my my family, my church, my neighborhood everybody's saying death. You can do this. You can do this you can. You know. But honestly, at the time I did not. I did not see. What. They saw in me I didn't see it in I couldn't appreciate it until they said the. This is for you. We want you to take much to carry. A So. The clubs organised stations in a the. My cheerleading sisters we're still friends to this day. We talk every morning over forty six years. Later we talk every morning, but it's family that. Okay. Now with my age group. I've seen a lot of people transition yet. Family. Relatives Friends in etc.. But one thing that that. I can definitely standby..
"deborah" Discussed on The Convo with Kisha
"In again. Those bullets net all. Those kids getting beat. In woolworth's counter we stood hand by hand and in back them and supported them. We can't forget where we come from exactly a history that's on the field. People don't even know about you know the black barracks. Colored solid that was on the based on the football field we have that history is air. Ride. Shots snack. Fast for come on exactly know bothma. Michelle Obama era. gracing art campus because they understand the value of the soil. In every burn. Not Around Yeah, oh come. On. The Blue Goal, you know come on when the aggies come home, they come home. Come home and that's why the the The thing for my coronation was coming home with class. Not only did they come home from from the students on common but is from everybody that graduated just come on home. Just. Come. You know. Girl you've got me. Have you do find something as so difficult to define Exactly a dominant rough, he don't see ant you. rubbed. TOUCH EXPERIENCE BEING THERE S. Value the. Exactly. Exactly. As Aki Fried. Yes ma'am I love the L. Eleven. So let's talk about. You know your time as Queen, what was your biggest your biggest accomplish and your favorite part Stay tune forward for my sponsors. This is mostly and I'm here to talk to you about anchor..
"deborah" Discussed on The Convo with Kisha
"It doesn't matter who they are so. For those people who don't have a platform who feel like they don't have a voice to share what they need to share and I share very passionately and I think I was a little choked and I said. I don't care who doesn't like it. I'm going to speak for those who can no longer speak I'm tired of Hashtag. My brothers and sisters names, it doesn't make any sense for us to do that for people who feel like all it's powerless. We can't do anything I, WANNA platform where they they can come on there and they can tell me Lakisha I don't like this, and this is what happened to me and this is what's going on. So thank you for sharing of paving the way for us. Because we had to have an example someone wear and for you all to endure. A person be I'm not going to say in Durham aside, possibly through a because you made it through you know to to share your story. I if no one else tells you. I. You for just doing that for us because that's what I look back on when I go to research on what do I need to do differently in his new brand I look at what someone has done before me. Because that's what we need now. Ask. Me and important thing is, is to learn from learn from our experiences and grow and understand how to strategize moves on four. Everybody isn't bad. Isn't bad. You know it just a learning how to convey the message in a way that everybody understands. So collectively who Ford everybody will prosper exactly everybody offer you know so. Yeah. That's important. That's so important. I can just hear the pride as you talk about you know. North Carolina. And being an egg you. So tell me what is so special about being added. A legacy. Yes. The legacy, the legacy you. When I you know when when I think about an it you know it's it's about excellence. is about excellence? is about this level of pride where you know you'll see it in a band when the band comes you see again And the cheerleaders we talk big. Bowl. John. And doing it re bring it also, you know so on the bills on on the on the athletic arenas in the classrooms. We have some of the best professors and the instructors they are hard on you. You might not understand it at the time, right? Okay. You finish a graduation is like is level? Yes you crossed. Because you were here for a reason We thank you. I often talk about the parents in parents that sacrifice that allow us to get on the campus has they couldn't get there but they believed in us yet to bring it home. You know what I'm I am in bringing it home that means academically athletically. The research there's an IT's impacting. So many you know even we had astronauts then a successfully made it in eater you know Ron McNair. Are Still Proud with Ron McNair. Jesse. Jackson right. Next to me hand in hand in seventy eight. In I. Don't I don't take that like. Oh Michelle Bernie. I Miss Hvac Oh to be on the face of the Ebony magazine. I. That was my miss. I miss a leap you know but but. The legacy of an aggie is sold deeply rooted..
"deborah" Discussed on The Convo with Kisha
"Have to. And this is part of the book. This is part book and I have to share this with you when I first started an. Banh typical. Fresh. You Party you socialize try to figure out you know class you go through all of these types of things And in my particular freshman year and ask about this in a both because my story is very raw. It's I'm very open It was very difficult to ride. I'll be the first one to say that you know but I've found myself going down this path that that. Put me in academic trouble my freshman year. You know and. Yeah. My GPA was one point nine eight. of.
"deborah" Discussed on The Convo with Kisha
"Fifty years you know my feelings about attending. An HVAC. You let alone of planning and T as been such an honor continues to be to this day. 'cause folks just don't understand the roles HPC's of play. and. The one thing that I do is I speak on it. As, folks need to understand that. You know when I talked about HVAC, why? What does that mean? What is happening and? Basically. It's those doors that were close. To minorities from other institutions, HEC, US Open, those doors, and us to have that access to education that others didn't have and not only we have access, but it also provided support of environment. So B.. C., you know so Talking about us, which is. It's it's just it's just a legacy is just a legacy that we must hold onto and not forget. A lot of what the civil rights movement was about knowing who you were, who were what we stood for the boy system for. The question why these institutions gave birth Right That's true I actually this year on my blog. Entire month of February I blog about black history and ACC. US were one of the topics. Um for what am I blog post it was just interesting I didn't attend the ACU I started I wanNA started at southern university and the. Came home and. After my daughter was a few months ago I was like, Wow, what are the? Way You're not. You're not taking that baby with you. And I WANNA go to another you know university but. It was so interesting to learn. How they got started in how important? They are to our culture and to US knowing who we are and how we should move about now. As, it relates to education where you know we decide where our kids we have any influence in that you know where we send them. So I was really like sold. All into it when I was doing the research. We see us and are listed several of the schools that Wanna I in how they started.