35 Burst results for "Deering"

Victim’s glasses allegedly found in car of South Dakota AG who said he hit a deer

World News Tonight with David Muir

01:43 min | Last week

Victim’s glasses allegedly found in car of South Dakota AG who said he hit a deer

"Next year this evening. The state attorney general under growing pressure tonight to resign deadly accident after he hit a pedestrian who did not survive tonight newly released video. The police interrogation in south dakota what he told investigators i claiming he thought he hit a deer and the moment investigators asked him about finding the victims glasses in the car. Here's abc's alec press quite frankly with calls for his resignation growing tonight. Those disturbing interviews. With south dakota attorney general jason rounds berg recalling the night he struck and killed fifty five year. Old joe beaver. I'm thinking it's a deer at those points. Authorities releasing recordings of to interogations the attorney general faced in the days after the deadly crash last september. Necessarily how can i help you. Tally alley. I'm the attorney general. I get something. I'm more hands on the bill the road but investigators disputing that one of the other things that we know jason's weren't in the shoulder. The south dakota ag maintains he never realized he had struck a person. Then this chilling moments when investigators asked about a pair of glasses that belonged to the victim and were found inside the car. There joe's glasses word that means his face came into david. The attorney general is facing three misdemeanor charges. But none for the death of joe beaver something. His family beavers family calls a disappointing news. He will not resign but one state legislator has introduced articles of impeachment to have him

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Money, A Dirty Word

Change Lives Make Money

05:07 min | 3 weeks ago

Money, A Dirty Word

"In today's episode. We are talking about the dirty word money. We're talking about money money money money money so there's a lot of people that are tuning into this episode right now and like when i titled the episode of the podcast money now. Everybody has a different. Like blueprint for money. Everybody has a different blueprint for their money. Success so we're talking about beliefs and money mindset and everything like that today so as you guys tuning in. I want you to know that like today's episode is all about money now before we get into today's episode. I wanna read a rating. That i got from one of my listeners. And it says. I think your name is fatty daniel. You said first. Time listening to brian's podcast he's real down to earth and he gets a lot of great information on online coaching. And i'm super stoked. I'm going to listen to every single episode. So my boy fatty daniel thank you so much for the rating. I appreciate you appreciate you listening. So thank you so much. I appreciate it so money. Money money now honestly guys. This weekend was crazy. I spent the last forty eight hours. Basically coming through seventy five people who applied for the mastermind and to be honest. So i run a program called the tinky. Coaching academy which basically allen coaches get to ten thousand dollars. A month held over. One hundred coaches gets ten k. Once coaches are like around five to ten thousand dollars a month. I have an option for an upgrade to the ten k. mastermind taking masterminds a program where work with students one on one and i held them like take their businesses to like ten to twenty to thirty thousand dollars a month so basically make more money now this last weekend i literally spent twenty four to forty eight hours combing through seventy five people who submitted applications and videos for this mastermind. It was really cool because in the mastermind. We do give you the blueprint in order to make more money. And we give you the blueprint for success for fitness coaches. We give you the blueprint scale. You're on my business and it's a one on one experience and so it was a lot. And i still got a lot of applications to go through like thin. Get through all of them but getting this like going through these applications and going through these students and figuring out who's the best fit for the program. Got me thinking about this idea of money. And i wanted to come into the fucking week and talk about money because i think that this word has suber negative connotation like the dirty dirty word. It's like money. It's like a lot of a lot of people how to have a lot of negative conditioning around the word money and money is that one thing that i feel like everybody hates but then they also need like nobody likes likes to talk about it. Everybody's like oh don't talk like just like politics like oh don't talk about my making money. Don't talk about politics. I don't talk about religion. it's one of those things that you're like quote unquote not supposed to talk about. But it's one of those things that like you need in order to live if we think about the relationship that most people have of money. It's actually pretty fucked up like a lot of people are like money is the root of all evil but like some people are like money's the root of all evil but like money's also the thing that you used to buy your daughter's school supplies so that she can go to school and get an education like money's the root of all evil but money's also the tool that you use to buy the food that goes on your table to feed yourself so it's like money doesn't make you happy but like money buys the roof that you put over your head right now and money buys the phone that you're listening to on this too right now so like you know what i mean. It's like money doesn't make you happy. But money provides a lot of the things right so it's like a lot of people have this like super negative like toxic relationship with money where they know that they wanna make more of it but they don't wanna talk about it but they have ambitions of making more money but they're like they feel guilty about it but they really wanna make more money but they feel like money doesn't grow on trees. It's like there's a lot of like you understand what i'm saying. A lot of people have a lot of fucked up beliefs around money. Just like dirty word my question for you on my coaches tuning in this episode right now is like what is your current relationship with money. Like i want you to think about per second when i say the word money. How do you feel when. I say the word money. What's the first thing that comes to your mind like owing to think about this idea for a second i was talking about my was talking therapist about this. We were talking about the relationship that people have with money. Like i want you to think about this second. I want you to imagine that you like write a letter to money by. You're writing a letter to money. Beauty right like deer money. You write a letter to money. What would that letter say. It's an interesting thought right. Like what was it. Would that letter say like fuck you like. You never come to me. Like i'm always broke. And like i hate you and like you're the cause of all my stress right or would it be like your the root of all evil. What was that letter. Actually save wrote a letter to money. Like what would it say. It's an interesting thought anyway. So i wanna talk about like building your business because let's talk about as your business grows and you start to acquire more income like most trainers that. Come into to come into the game and one started on my fitness business. Had these big aspirations and they wanna make ten thousand dollars a month and the honest truth is that if you wanna make ten thousand dollars a month as an online trainer i actually mean this. Anyone can fucking do it like anyone. It doesn't matter how big of a phone you have like. I have a client him. John wheel who has fourteen hundred followers. She's making sixteen thousand dollars. A month doesn't matter as one of my clients. Don lamb is he's got two thousand followers and he's making one hundred twenty five thousand dollars a month so when it comes to making money like i really do mean like if you're on i finished coach. Anyone can make ten thousand dollars a month. And that's the honest truth but most people block themselves from being able to make that type of money because people have a lot of super weird beliefs around

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Radical Compassion with Tara Brach

Being Well with Dr. Rick Hanson

06:10 min | Last month

Radical Compassion with Tara Brach

"Hello and welcome to being well. I'm forrest hanson. If you're new to the podcast this is where we explore the practical science of lasting wellbeing. And if you've listened before welcome back. i'm joined today as usual by dr rick hansen. So dad how are you doing today. I'm good and i'm especially good because we're going to have a chance to talk with someone who's been a profound benefactor for me personally which is a term that really means something to me as well as a teacher and a friend and just one heck of a personal the way around. Tara brach so. I'm really happy that we're going to be doing this as super happy to be here with tara. Tara is the founder and guidance. Teacher the insight meditation community of washington dc one of the largest residential meditation centers in the united states prior to that as you said she earned her doctorate in clinical psychology and developed a clinical practice or teaching blends those two backgrounds western psychology and eastern spiritual practices mindful attention to our inner life and then a full compassionate engagement with the outside world which has been perhaps particularly challenging recently. Tara has taught all over the world and is the author of three books radical acceptance true refuge and most recently radical compassion. Which i believe just came out in paperback and podcast is also. I think the largest buddhism focused podcast in the world. Which is pretty incredible. If you like what we're doing here you should definitely get a lesson so tara. It's great to have you here today. How are you doing fires thank you. I am totally delighted to both of you. You're both deers in my heart. Yeah that's sweet. one reason. I wanted to really talk with you. Including in terms of current events has to do both with your new book radical compassion which integrates acceptance and compassion and in particular. I wanna ask you about your use of the word. Radical your first book was radical acceptance. What's the distinction between acceptance and compassion or radical acceptance and radical compassion. What did you mean by that by drawing attention to that word including perhaps in light of current conditions. I've always loved the word radical. Ever since i thought i was a left wing radical in the old days so it has a positive impact but it has to do with going to the roots and there are many expressions that the heart that are really beautiful and i was really wanting to explore the most pure and full-bodied expression of acceptance and compassion. What they mean really in terms of freedom so in both books whether it with acceptance. It's like what does it mean when we unconditionally accept this moment as it is and we fully earned bodied. So we're not just accepting but we're actually fueling the moment so are completely here present and with compassion. What is true compassion. What's mature compassion. Look like feel like. How do we cultivate ed. And it became clear to me that a lot of people have an abstract sense of compassion. Like we'll hear about if we don't have covert or people losing parents with covid but not having to ask though. Be something in us that goes. Oh that's so sad but it's abstract it's not a tenderness in the heart so radical compassionate embodied nor fully here to experience being touched by the suffering and it includes an activity of caring and engage caring so again with both of those qualities of the heart a really wanted to bring alive what it meant to have the most mature evolve version of them. You're a psychologist as well as longtime buddhist practitioner and you have root zoom eastern traditions as well broadly and also europe. Practical person of a functioning. Business you've raised a son. I wondered how you wove all those threads together especially in your interest in getting out the roots of things really the deep roots blah. That's like a really big. And deep question your guam radical to there we go so one of my guiding teachings from this is three saga datta and i come back to this one quote. All the time is that wisdom tells me. I'm nothing love tells me i'm everything. And between the two my life flows. And i find with the radical deep practices. We actually see unveils. What is true is. There's no thing or person here and there's a really deep wisdom and that a real freedom from holding on an openness and were also everything it's like when we send that emptiness there is this fastness. That feels that the whole world is part of us and this is going somewhere in terms of your question that i find in my own life by go off to retreat. It gets very quiet. And i can see clearly the emptiness the no thing ness that. There's nobody here but it's not until engagement with the world and feeling both the suffering and also as i'm just looking at you because your dear friend seeing the goodness and really feeling at that i sent the everything nest that we really are of the same consciousness and awareness were emergent expressions of it and so in my life. It's been a gift to be both really in the mix with humans with social activism with the whole mass and also create the pauses the silence and the stolnis that allows that seen through to the radical roots of the nature of things. And i feel like that blend flowing. It's not really a flow between one thing another. They're utterly inter penetrating but that feels like a very alive path to me.

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What To Do When You're Tech-Specting: Navigating the Digital World With Your Kids

Mama, Take Heart

04:31 min | Last month

What To Do When You're Tech-Specting: Navigating the Digital World With Your Kids

"I had learned to have a baby. I was so grateful it is a privilege. I do not take for granted and yet it was a new frontier. I felt scared. And i felt overwhelmed and i wanted to do a good job and my personality type if i am stepping into a scary situation. I want to arm myself. I want as much of a roadmap as i can. So i pursued three things. I talked to my parents. My aunties my you know. All the a generation that helped raise me to get their advice I talked to the parents just a little bit ahead of me. And then i read books like what to expect when you're expecting and that trio of resources helped me even though it was still so hard and it was still uncertain. I had a sense of what some of the likely twists and turns might be and we joke. Sometimes that start is the book that we wish existed that we would call what to expect when you're expecting once again. We as parents are in a new frontier. We don't know what to do and the difference between this and the situation we talked about it. I still do ask the generation ahead of me for advice. But they don't have any lived experience. They wish me well. You know there is no book that's called what to expect when you're expecting. That really helps you walk through how to do this. And what was most startling to myself in the others. When we started this a few years ago is we then went to these friends who are just a little bit ahead of us who when we asked about juggling youth sports or potty training or sibling issues maybe they all said different things. You know you get a lot of different advice but it got some good word for us and when we went to those friends a little bit ahead of us inserted to ask questions like how much screen time is too much. Or how should i feel about social media or fortnight or any of those questions. We were blown away because we're grena. Instead of getting words of wisdom. What we were getting almost consistently was faces. That got like a deer in headlights. And they would say i don't know what to do but do something different and so we started to hear these devastating stories of just how it was creating at the lowest levels stress because we hear national survey say that technology is the number one battleground between parents and kids and in worse cases. Really really sad things that had happened. And so that was what motivated us to say. Hey let's just at least start having this conversation because the other distinctive thing about it was so many of those people shared and of never told anyone about this. There was so much angst and shame and we wanted to bring this issue out so that people could no. You're not alone. There is no playbook but we together are going to become the wisdom makers we're going to create the norms. We're going to have the courage to step into these conversations in the best way we can knowing that we're going to fail but we care enough about our kids to step into the ring. That's good yes. So what have you learned since you all started this. Organization's the questions. That parents were asking the most and how to help their kids navigate their tech world. While i think we've had a lot of consistent questions over time and right now in the middle of covid some of that is more on the back burner. And i would say the most consistent things we're hearing now are. How do i juggle this world where you can't get away from screens learning all of these different things and we have consolidated it into. How do i keep my kit. We've consolidated into three themes. How do i keep my kids safe. How do i keep my kids. Same you know. And how do i keep. My kids seen relational e seem and We have session where we talk about that in detail specifically around the context of virtual learning where so many people are living these days and so we. I felt like we were getting so many questions from parents that had such high expectations and we boiled it down to those three questions because we realize this is not a year where you can have the same level of expectations for yourself as you do in a normal year are we. It takes a village and our village is depleted and not available to help us in the same way and so we felt like it would be really helpful to help parents think. What are those three most important things keeping your kids safe sane and seen and if you do that that is good enough. That is huge during this

Cold Frames With Kini Jabbou

A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

04:46 min | 2 months ago

Cold Frames With Kini Jabbou

"I hope you're writing a book called that we can expect to come out next year. Yes i'm working on. And so i should say. Of course we'll have a book giveaway on with the transcript of the show on to garden dot com of your new book. I don't know how you manage to get this done. In addition to everything else. I don't know honestly but it was really fun to write and sort of revisit the whole season extending as well as you know the many other reasons besides harvey and cold weather So yeah this was a fun project for me for kept me busy. And it really is not against the instruction not just season extending but it's like insect prevention. It's like all of the uses for these sort of barriers and enclosures. And so forth right. And there's a wide range of of gizmos that you have gift moses. An underrated word. I'm going to have to steal that margaret on Yeah for sure. I mean i garden and nova scotia which is dear country as is of course much of the us and canada. And i deal with your every single day. I mean. I would note for a run in my neighborhood yesterday and had to stop. Let four deer walk across the road in front of me And they were probably on their way to my garden But yeah everything from deer and groundhogs two rabbits to cabbage worms and slugs and flea beetles and potato beetles and cucumber beetles. So there are a lot of reasons to consider covers. I think most people automatically go to season extension and protecting from cold weather. But you know. I use them in so many different ways to not only protect my food from pests and cold weather but even grow healthier plants in the end have larger harvest because those plans have been protected. You know and they're able to produce better so there are a lot of reasons to sort of. Consider yourself an undercover gardner right so in the introduction. I also said i was asking questions for friend. Oh yes my friend. Do you know how that is when you ask questions for a friend. What seriously. I actually do have a friend who just felt cold frames and this is his first late fall into winter with them and he actually did ask me the question i said but That is the oldest skies in the book. Have loads of cold frame questions for me to besides the extra extending of the season in the we'll get there. 'cause build a cold frame is actually the number one thing on the top of my 2021 garden to do less because i had an ancient one that succumbed finally kinda fell apart from earlier as the gardener here in a never replaced it. And i'm just jealous especially this last year. You know. i've been jealous of my friends who have renewed. I have my seedlings in the call frame. Oh i'm having solid from the cold front. You know all these little extra goodies so called frame one. Oh one maybe we should start with like what. What is it called frame four like. Why would i check. Because there's all again all these other gizmos in the book to use our new favorite word. Yeah for sure. Well i'm glad you brought up also starting seedlings in the cold frame because most of us. I think at this point thing cold frames or just for harvesting in winter or maybe pushing back spring a little earlier so that you can start planting in march or even late february depending where you live but you know you can use a cold frame for starting seedlings which will then be dug up and transplant it to your garden but you can also use them for overwintering half hardy perennials. Or if you love to force bulbs inside and oftentimes of course many need a cold period you can put them up and put them in a cold frame for a couple of months until that cold period is up so it's not just about growing vegetables. There are many uses for coltrane. So you know if you're into alpine plants or different things like that you can use them to shelter those over winter too so lots of applications but yeah for the most part i do use mine To get a jump start an extra extra early one in spring as well. Let's go later into fall and throat winter we harvest. But you know a cold frame really told. Job is to shelter plants from ice snow winter winds you know. And even though it's a small little gizmo or device you know it really does Taken a lot of solar energy and heats up like today here. It is for reasons like it's minus twenty celsius and. i don't know what that is his parenthood. I just know it's really cold but the temperature my cold fame out there. Now check this morning. It's just above freezing. And i mean that's amazing to me that it's sunny here today and therefore the temperature inside. The frame is just freezing. So that's the whole job of a cold frame to create a micro-climate around your plants and start those seeds earlier and harvest earlier and harvest out of season. So that's the main. I think the way most of us are going is a cold front so in this one one. Maybe we start with where is a good place

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A Conversation with Whitney Johnson

Accelerate!

06:05 min | 2 months ago

A Conversation with Whitney Johnson

"Whitney. Welcome to the show andy. I am delighted to be here. I'm excited to to talk to you. Because i liked your book a lot. So you know some and we didn't write for sales audience per se but as a lot of very sales specific stuff in there. I thought at least maybe the lens. I read it so i can't wait to chat with you about it but one thing i wanted to ask sign. Hopefully you're well. Were recording this in the midst of the the lockdown sidano omit the formalities. But we are well for asking. I mean it's one of those questions that it used to be just a nice city but it's now a real question is a real question right. What's good and you're joining us from where we live in lexington virginia so my my husband is a professor at southern virginia university which is also near virginia military institute and washington and lee. So we're about three hours driving south west of washington dc. So is that out neuronal them. Yes yes that's our closest airport is about fifty miles away. Wow okay so having lived in big cities or served doing a little more not so rural but smaller city living. It's definitely rural. We completely disrupted ourselves. I mean why give you look outside of our window in the morning we can see deer and there are cows next door to us in fact when we very first moved here. Because we've lived in boston in manhattan in large cities when we first moved here. I remember waking up one morning. And i like hitting hitting but like you know pulling my honey honey. Turn off your phone. Because it was buzzing buzzing any turnover. And he's like those. Are the cows unbend an adjustment for us. I find one. I'm away from manhattan anywhere. I go but like my visit. My sister in wisconsin. And both my wife and i get woken up by the quiet. It's like it's too quiet and it's like wait. Why are we going every week. And you're accustomed to having the noise outside all the time that are. Do you know at some level that that it's too quiet attack keeps me up. I love that looking at by the quiet. So i was gonna ask you. Are you follow soccer fan. Because you wrote that you are going to produce a reality. Tv show about sauerland america and listeners. To show that. I'm a avid soccer fan. Oh i wish. I could say that i am. I got really excited. So this This is actually almost fifteen years ago. Now where i. I was a huge american idol. Fan in a huge. So you think you can dance fan. And and i was doing a lot of work in latin america was equity analyst. And so you know. I've been to mexico fifty times to spend a lot of my doing work a lot. American one of our companies that we followed on as equity analyst was televisa which time was basically abc cbs nbc and fox combined and again this is fifteen years ago and so we thought wait. We have an opportunity here to basically do you know. Soccer meets american idol and just got so excited about the stories of that could have produced on so while. I'm not a soccer fan per se. I am a cinderella story fan and i just thought that that could have been an amazing august show to have produced. I wanna watch for sure. So the regular listeners. Get accustomed going off on soccer stuff here. Tangents everything relates to soccer. Soccer explains the world. There was a book that wrote that. So about that so I think i read that book. Actually it was a good book. Yeah yeah so Pet the author on the show. So so we're talking about transformation personal transformation you. I've really enjoyed your book. Which you've just updated and re released disrupt yourself masterless change and speed up your learning curve. So what was the original impetus. Write the book you know. That's one of those questions that its you can answer many different ways on. But let me see. If i can streamline so that we're not here all day on you know as i just mentioned i was equity analyst. Were keep merrill lynch In a focusing on stocks in latin america like televisa so like america melville and this is back in two thousand three two thousand four. I read the book. The innovators dilemma by christian at harvard. Business school and i remember reading that book and it just was in many a transformative experience. If you will. Because i was looking at wireless at the time in every single quarter america. Mobile was beating my numbers like just every time and and telmex numbers weren't so that was the wireline company. In american mobile was the wireless i read. I read innovators dilemma. I said oh. That's what's going on. Is that wireless is disrupting wireline. And i was just fascinated. That there was a s- theory that could explain to me the world and help me understand what was happening And the more. I read that book it more i started. I think maybe just because of my own personal bent started thinking. Well how does this apply to me. Like i understand. It's explained products and services in companies in countries. But i also remember having this moment in just two thousand four. And i had just had this conversation with Someone in management saying you know what really liked to try something else. I'd like to do something else attorney. I'd like to go into management kind of laughed at me. Kind of snickered. Like ov- outs nice. That's never going to happen. And i remember coming back to that book and being you know what if i wanna do whatever it is. I think i'm meant to do which i had a very vague notion. I think many of us do I'm going to have to disrupt myself. I'm gonna have to leave wall street and go do something else.

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War, country shows and getting personal

Photography Daily

03:51 min | 2 months ago

War, country shows and getting personal

"Just to clear this one out for now set. Your website is room. Twenty eight fifty dot com. Why why that harks back to the day of life magazine as very loudly youngster. I used to collect them and read them. And does my photography grew. It was life magazine on magazines of the type that quite a big influence on on the type of photography that that i liked view and now to like to try and do self room. Twenty at fifty was the room in the american office of life. Magazine where hall of the photographers were in town usa to sit on meet to discuss projects or we're going to do kick ideas around and that was the room this. Those ideas were were born of some of those. You know amazing stories. I'm sure we've all say in life magazine. And i watch some documentary as the mentioned the factoring twenty or fifty thought. Yeah that's quite a good good name for what was a blog for me then and then became a website because of that i wanted to room. Twenty eight fifty still exists. Somehow i wonder what it is now. Probably being changed into apartments province. They they'll have no idea how important that room while she studied to photograph career in the army photography unit. Didn't he was how it all started. Yet that's right. I was in the army twenty two years so sixteen of those years. I was The photo observe in the royal artillery. So we used to work alongside our and armored colleagues with them do what they did. When there was a requirement to bring down artillery fire. It was responsible earth cellophane colleagues like may to bring down not Throughout all this photography debating the increase in interest. Tonight i was taking pictures and i was joyous i was teaching me self black and white film development and all that good stuff document bedroom at all been boggs over the window is all businesses and then as i pull continued through. Miami korea became aware of the army photographic trade until which point didn't navy noted that existed to be but it's a very small tree it under the rmc logistic corker podge. Under the time that. I think there was about thirty. Six people total Who all transferred from whatever units. They were in On joined his or continue. Whatever clears the hudson arizona. Job is what i did for the last six years correa a string now contributed for getty images news which which means you're images generally go to who in terms of distribution and all of the editorial subscribers to get images globally Would pretend to how the site of any pictures that i filed down to. The picture desk is a string is a string of duoyin. Well i'm a. I'm a freelance photographer. A work cell. I'm responsible for your books. You know tax returns all that kind of self employed stuff. But what i do is i look around mike. Mike switches northeast england north yorkshire through the cost of the look through. And i'll look at and find out about all say are here all kinds of events which i then tick and think will listen. Event the top this weekend be of entrusted. Get the energy. If i think so that. I'll go back to the to the person that i deal with the picture desk and say look. I've got this coming over the weekend. What do you think if they say yes. We like that will take us that. Essentially that's the confirmation of me being a string at for them for that deer so essentially you become stuff for the jewish of job so you get a wage. You're going to shift shift fake. Get your mileage expenses. You're going shoot the job at caption file In in the in the normal way to get those pictures out of the picture desk and on the goal on that distribution network potential editorial clients to say so the next day i could go and do a completely different job for somebody else. I'm obligated by contract. Fecta getting outside of that

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Police: Man steals mini-snow plow, crashes into Target

AP 24 Hour News

00:36 sec | 2 months ago

Police: Man steals mini-snow plow, crashes into Target

"Long Island, New York Man is in custody after reportedly plowing through the doors of the department store. Suffolk County Police say it all started right before 2 A.m. when a 33 year old man stole a bobcat Skid loader, which is used to push no from a base your shopping center. He then crashed, the many snow plow through the front doors of a nearby target, Police said. Once inside, the man stole a coat in several gift cards before police caught him in the Elektronik section. The Deer Park resident has please Did not guilty to third degree burglary and fourth degree larceny. Nobody was injured.

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Relationship Differences: Men Are Like Waffles  Women Are Like Spaghetti  Bill & Pam Farrel - burst 16

A New Direction

04:44 min | 2 months ago

Relationship Differences: Men Are Like Waffles Women Are Like Spaghetti Bill & Pam Farrel - burst 16

"And women are like spaghetti. And we're back here and we're talking through their book and we're having a great. You guys have a good time. I'm having a great time by the way as like a double date with you on your legs so these are something that come back kind of around. What's romantic to a guy and what's romantic to a guy is When you can lower his stress and raises ability to succeed and So we women. We've process stress different than men We talk our way through stress. Like when i'm stressed out. My mom knows what my sister knows it. My best friend miles it. The clerk at the grocery sir will have stressed out but guys when they're stressed out. They like to go their favorite easy boxes to rest and recharge can like a battery battery charger but the creator kind of clued us girls in in that. Most man's favorite boxes are shaped like boxes the tv screen shape but the box. That phone is shaped like a box. The computer shaped like a box the refrigerator shaped like a box football field basketball court baseball diamond soccer goal pool table deer blind. They're all shaped like boxers. They realized like a box the bed shaped like that read haman auto box. That's a favor bond together to her husband's It's kind of like the free square in the middle of bingo card. You can get there from every other square on their waffen. You oughta romance a guy you figure out what is favorite easy boxes are then you tie them to gather for example. If i wanna romance bill all of our boys were college athletes. Since so you know tickets to a college football game then box number two bills a great cook and so taking him to a good healthy gourmet restaurant he would love that and then Also box number three that bingo box. That would be okay. Red hot monogamy. Vox he's favorite bucks to go to. He would give you the tickets to the college football game to make sure that that bingo boxes and so oftentimes civil and romancing and guy is like just curl up next to him. Watch the game only talk during the commercials and bring something wrapped in bacon and it's a win and if it's a square that would even be better like baking. And she sandwich that would be. That would be awesome pam. Here's the thing that i thought about. When i read that part of that everything was box. Which by the way thought was brilliant by the way when i read it was like everything i really do is square. But you know what's interesting. Isn't it that a woman has curves and it's kind of like a guy you kinda go. Oh that's different. It's not jagged edged. It's not sharp. It's soft and it's kind we kind of have this caveman. Hello what is that. What is that saying. It's so soft and it's curvy it doesn't have. It's not a square again. Rotate it right and it really is. It's a mystery to us. Isn't it because she's not like anything that we generally fit into our box and i i so appreciate you bringing it up because the attitude we need to have is this is a mystery. I'm going to explore in a joy the life we understand her just appreciator. Robot was so many guys. Dues begin irritated with it right rather than stay fascinated were like. Can't you just change. Can't you become more like me. 'cause you're too much work right and and nobody wants to be thought of. It's too much work but everybody loves to be thought of as a fascinating mystery is so we can set our minds that that's the way we're going to approach us our whole lives and i tell guys all the time all you need to be successful with. Your wife is curiosity. Don't ever lose your curiosity and don't ever lose the sense that i'm gonna learn something new about my wife's this month and next month i'm going to learn something else and then i'm gonna learn something else and we knew. Stay curious and you you take the pressure off yourself to understand like like i tell guys all the time

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The Story of The Wandering Pier

Black Women Travel Podcast

04:13 min | 2 months ago

The Story of The Wandering Pier

"Thanks so much for joining us today. Can you please tell us your name where you're from your current shin and the name of your business. This this pair. I'm from trinidad. And tobago and london. And i'm currently located in nine malaysia. And my business. I work in the english language department. So i am an esl teacher at the moment. And when i'm not doing that. I'm traveling the world. Not in twenty twenty and when you say traveling the world like you mean literally taraborrelli. I think it would be easier for you to tell us where you have not been not yet not yet. I mean it's easier to tell you. I have been i don't know all were for. You've been out there so like i've been poking around in your life and a source he started like your blog. Mama sita garcia in twenty eleven on instagram and twitter. You're wondering pierre the wandering deer so you've just been like document team your travels from time and so now also also for those don't know trinidad. is just off the coast of venezuela So you got your little south america on a little bit too so okay just okay. Let's just go back. Just go back like just tell me all the things like when did you find your wanderlust. i would say that. It really came into play once i started. No actually that was more. Solo travel some jumping ahead there wunderlist. Last i think became more of a thing when travel became easier for me and that was in the form of my british passport so i have dual citizenship with the uk and trinidad and tobago and prior to that. It was just very restricting. You know like when you need a visa at just odds so much to To the plate when you want to travel somewhere. So i think because of that i had travelled you know Since i was young i had been to england and had been to the us. My mom made sure that we got to see a little bit of the world where she was able to make that happen And when i moved to england. I really do that much i. I went on a school trip to spain. And that's when i decided. I'm kinda live in spain. One day of but yeah generally it was. It was more when my passport opened up the doors to do it more freely and so it meant that in especially as a unique students i think. When did i get hospita. Gosh i can't remember probably like two thousand end saechsische ish somewhere around there maybe and Yeah just through. Uni knows before that story and then through union we would take these short trips because myth ryanair and easyjet is confined like super cheap flights. We wanted to explore more of the uk. But the costume. Going to like scotland would like the same cost is going to stockholm. So so we were. Just go out. And that's when it was really ignited. I would say the more i did it the more i wanted to do it and it was just really accessible in uni when that student loan came through i would pay what needed to be paid so like my accommodation any books any fees and then whatever was left was like right. Where can we go. Even if that meant a cades gonna be beans on toast for for the rest of the tim. The hours balanced the way it went so we would like and squeeze in trips here and there

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From throat singing carols to Nerf gun hunting: How Indigenous people are celebrating the holidays

Unreserved

05:54 min | 2 months ago

From throat singing carols to Nerf gun hunting: How Indigenous people are celebrating the holidays

"I don't know about you but my family loves this time of year for us. It's really all about the food we gather at my grandma's house on six nations for a potluck style christmas eve dinner and every year. We have seafood. Uncle dave brings salmon drenched in maple syrup. My dad make seafood chowder. My cousin allen brings oysters and whoever is holding the venison pepperoni from this past years. Hunt fingers crossed brings a lot because it disappears quickly. We drink way too much. T eat way too much food and make way too much fun of each other. That is our tradition. And i'm going to miss it this year. I guess we'll just have to share a cup of tea and make fun of each other over zoom while aida shrimping alone today on the show how indigenous folks are celebrating family traditions and making meaningful connections in all kinds of innovative ways off the wall verse. They got off three walls. That's the sound of a carnival at women kong nursing home staff at the long term care facility in Mccown first nations are finding creative ways to lift the spirits of its elders. During the coronavirus pandemic the nursing home recently went viral online after posting photos of residents deer hunting with nerf guns. Cbs's gonna see. Oh dear is here to tell us more about the creative ways. The staff is keeping spirits up during these challenging times. Welcome to the show going to see you. Thanks for having me okay. So my first question is nerf guns. Yes so each week staff Akon nursing homes drives have a full calendar activities for its residents were primarily first nations for manitou island. One of those recent activities was deer hunting but not actual deer hunting stops. Set up a mini forest of christmas trees dressed up endear costumes and gave the residents some nerf guns photos as you can imagine went viral on facebook so they come up with this idea. One of the residents that he was experiencing hunting fever so the staff wanted to come up with a solution. Emily barnes is the recreation manager at the nursing home here. She is explaining more about the approach. She takes when organizing activities. Anything how much. He missed actually being avid hunter. Every year and how this time of year is kind of hard because he felt like he was truly missing out on something important. I am although the person centered approach and we cater to the individual interests of our residents The community that we come from hunting providing for their families is such an important part of life. So we try to incorporate everything that was meaningful before they came here. So i wrapped my brain and the nice lurking in the middle of the night. I thought we're going to be decorating for christmas shortly. So we own about ten christmas trees. And i thought why not set them up so i So i headed into down. And i went and i found some of the your hat on and so what kinds of activities. What other kinds of activities have they done in the last few weeks emily. Inner team have held photo shoots for residents. They had a lip sync battle and carnival. Fast food chain. Tim hortons opened on manitou island in october. The elders were able to join in the festivities too with the drive through cart serving coffee and donuts import for elders. To be a part of it. 'cause you when you think like what are your grandparents do in the afternoon a lot of them. They drink coffee. They go to tim. Horton's they meet up with their friends. And so i didn't want to miss out on this important milestone. That happened on our island. You sign sweet. We teamed up with tim. Horton and I was very fortunate. My husband's a carpenter. So he was able to make us the structure a Yeah we're able to still have them have their cup of coffee and be a part of the community celebration though. We didn't have to miss out. So what impact has this approach to recreation head on the residence in the nursing homes administrator cheryl was aiba win peltier said these activities have been so important because of the increased measures and restrictions currently in place because of the coronavirus pandemic and residents aren't the only ones enjoying it. Photos and videos of every activity or shared on social media cheryl says that these activities received tons of feedback from people across canada and the united states some joining in with their own deer hunting activities. The biggest thing i take away is other. Residents are enjoying activity we actually shared from. I think it was a home in Ohio they actually posted a video and they did the activity further residents there and i thought wow like homes are enjoying that activity and do they look like they're joining it just as much as our residents were residents have definitely noticed the attention. Their home has been receiving to this was one of the priceless reactions to the viral deer hunting activity and today. I actually just saw an elders large and aquasnap post photos of their own nerf gun hunting activity too

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In the Weirdest Ski Season Ever, Big Resorts are Booming

Business Wars Daily

03:43 min | 2 months ago

In the Weirdest Ski Season Ever, Big Resorts are Booming

"About this time of year most years a lot of people start dreaming about their upcoming ski trips but this year is possibly the weirdest year ever for skiers and snowboarders last year marked a turning point in which two giant conglomerates took over the ski industry in two thousand eighteen. Colorado private equity firm called k. s. l. partners got together with another investor and launch the multibillion dollar altera mountain company altera snapped up big-name resorts including steamboat springs mammoth resorts in california and deer valley resorts l. Terrorism enormous rival vail resorts went on a buying spree to last year. Veil the biggest ski resort company in north america continued scouring the country for acquisitions the bottom line. These dueling mega corporations as the wall street journal. Call them bought. Most of north america's top snow resorts and started selling ski passes that work at dozens of locations in twenty nineteen veils. Epic pass was good. At sixty nine different global resorts alturas icon. Got you into forty-one resorts from colorado steamboat. Ski resort to switzerland zermatt. The numbers climbed even higher. During the two thousand twenty ski season their strategies aggressive acquisitions and virtual multi mountain season passes allowed the to dominate the industry. If you're a ski company mogul the financial future. Looked amazing notice. I use the past tense. There there's not an industry exact who saw cove at nineteen coming or how it would devastate the industry last march. More than ninety percent of america's resort shut their doors abruptly as a whole. The industry lost about two billion dollars. According to the national ski areas association veils fiscal twenty. Twenty revenues fell thirty percent. Altera is privately owned but likely to affect the same pain so you might assume that. The outlook is pretty dark this season. Well you might be wrong. At production time vale. Stock price was close to a record high. Almost two hundred eighty dollars a share. That seems head-spinning. On the one hand you have an industry that relies on traveling and gathering together in a year when both restricted but so far the outlook for vail tara is far from that of a year without snow. Sales avail season passes of already surged twenty percent this year reports the colorado sons jason blevins. Why with indoor activities. Few and far between outdoor recreation of all kinds has skyrocketed moreover to comply with regional cova capacity restrictions. Some resorts are restricting. Day lift tickets. They're giving first dibs to. You've got it. Season pass holders vail now. Terra designed multi mountain. Ski passes as a way to make sales all year long and take a little of the sting out of paying the lift ticket window but now a season pass has become almost essential for snow lovers. If you don't have one you might not ski at all and even if you do you'll have to reserve your trip ahead of time. Once you're there the experience will be very different. Not surprisingly you'll have to social distance in lift lines at some resorts. You won't be allowed on a lift or gondola with anyone. But the companions you came with most indoor dining in bars or closed you may have to reserve a parking space and the resorts would prefer that you steal a day off mid week and skip that weekend skiing. These safety precautions are designed to keep ski resorts open and keep skiers and snowboarders lining up with their boots keys and wallet. If cova cases start climbing near your favourite mountain though it could all change overnight in the meantime we have a few words of wisdom for you. The intrepid skier be patient. Watch out on those double black diamonds and don't forget. Bring your lunch

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Remembering Our Belonging

Tara Brach

05:49 min | 3 months ago

Remembering Our Belonging

"And welcome. Some really glad to be with you. Were exploring tonight part two. It's a continued reflection on belonging and the pathways to belonging and as you know as social beings belonging the urge for belongings in our dna and the research. The growing research on our need to belong is. It's very very striking for us. Human jr that how much the sense of connection having active relationships impacts our health our happiness or longevity and it's true for poor for wealthy across all populations our relationship and feelings of connection matter and as we know of course there's all sorts of unhealthy versions of connecting heard. One story of these three novices in i see side monastery and they got caught in a kind of minnie's nami and got stranded on an island They'd been voting got stranded on an island hundreds of miles away and so after keeping themselves alive for several weeks they found a cave and it had zafy. who's in it sitting cushions. You never know on on these desert islands and they sat down in the spirit of the cave began communicating in an echoing voice. Saying you know you found your way to the funk spot on the island and you properly assumed often i will grant you three wishes as the first i one of the novices will my wishes to return to the monastery and vish he disappeared. He was gone in the second set. I two i also on return to the monastery. I you know wanna learn at the feet of my beloved abbott shusha. He was gone to and the third side. You know these friends have been my song my community. I miss them and i want them back rush. So as you know when we don't have a secure sense of belonging we develop either. It's unhealthy attachments. Were kind of like codependence. And the and the like are we move more. Towards avoidance were. There's aversive nece towards others and we either push away or we withdraw ourselves yet if we step back and we really look in the deepest way even when we've had bad formative attachments even when there's a sense that are belonging has been severed through harm from our caregivers and trauma and the way the society treats us three reality is. We can never be removed from this web of a living dynamic energy that we belong to the reality is our living forms are inextricably embedded in this natural world. I read a an interesting article in the new york times This is research. That's been done in deep forests and how there are fungal threads that are connecting all the trees and all the even trees of different species throughout the forest and they're responsible for communication between the trees and the flow of nutrients often from the older trees to the younger trees. We are made of an embedded in this living world. You know our deepest nature is that basic aliveness an awareness and love that really gives rise to this world so we're reflecting on belonging and the gift when we intuit and trust star. Nate is a very profound sense of peace when we belong when there's that sense of one nisar connection. There's nothing out there that threatens us. Everything's part of our hearts and for me. The best words that describe belonging are feeling totally at home. You know at home for me with my life in the world. there's a sense of being part of the living world part of a presence. It's larger than our small self and also one with that larger presence so we're holding the world in our heart now. Some of you may be listening right now and what i'm saying sounds abstract. You know just otherworldly and yet most of you have had tastes of true belonging. It might not have had conscious tastes because we we tend to kind of skim over those moments and re fixate on fears really quickly yet. We couldn't long to belong unless we had some taste of it. So you might sense when you've had tastes for many of us. It's when our minds stoop quiet down. It doesn't happen often but it can happen. Perhaps there's a sense of belonging when there's that absurd. Your wave for of loving for a deer one could be outside that wonder at the stars or gratitude. When someone's kind you know maybe a feeling of care compassion. When there's someone who's hurting

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Facebook struggled to combat lies and misinformation all year

The 3:59

05:04 min | 3 months ago

Facebook struggled to combat lies and misinformation all year

"You took a look at facebook and twenty twenty and the many controversies had to deal with a lot of which work because of facebook but they still have to deal with it overall. How would you rate how. Facebook handled things this year. So i've always seen social media as a mirror to the real world and human behavior so it's not surprising that facebook had a challenging year because twenty twenty was very unprecedented year with the election on justice protests the coronavirus pandemic. And at this moment. It's difficult to give facebook a specific rating because even though the company gets points for doing new things like labeling and launching these online hubs with authoritative information. And there's still a lot of questions about how effective These efforts were. There was obviously a lot of misinformation that slipped through the cracks. So i wouldn't give them like an a plus for sure or maybe even a b. or c. but the get a better grade than two thousand sixteen. So you're not give abeer is i mean. They're they're right around the d. level like maybe a c. minus. I mean are d- it's it's just hard because there's a lot of information we don't now in in my up their grade if we didn't know more about how effective these measures were ryan. It's all relative if we're using the same scale. How would you grade them back in. Two thousand sixteen It would be really low just because of the fact that they weren't even keeping an eye on these things mark zuckerberg had said you know. I think it's a crazy year. A crazy thing that facebook could have swung the election so they weren't really taking much responsibility for these problems so like it would be like a deer and a half and i may say that they failed. It's i think it's all right. I think it's out that it's all relative like some people think anything below in as is fail inc while when it comes to the impact on our elections. Yeah i would say that. They didn't even acknowledge it was a problem. F is a pretty adequate score for twins. Sixteen to give them credit. They did do a lot of things differently. Things are a little bit better of. Let's some of these big issues. A time of the biggest story of the year is a coronavirus a that hit us hard early in march and there was a lot of misinformation. How did facebook handle the misinformation that came out as a result of course from day. Cares to the do's and don'ts to the origin of the coronavirus. There was a lot of information out there. What was what did it look like on facebook. There was also a lot of conspiracy theories i mean. I saw one conspiracy theory on but said the coronavirus was a hoax was all organized by the government so the way that facebook candle debt was the partner with these third party. Fact checkers that will fact check these false claims including about the current virus and the put a sort of warning label over stern posts. That say they contain false information. And it's been a fact check by its independent third party fact checkers But if they if the information could cause physical harm such as somebody saying you should drink bleach. That's something that could lead to somebody having a heart like some physical harm in going to the hospital because he deflation it'd be drinking bleach That would get pulled down by facebook so they drew the line when it came to how harmful that misinformation as got it that that that element of like amex danger or posing health risks. They started draw a line. You know the the killing of george floyd of set off a national discussion about racial equality. How did that play out on facebook. There is also a lot of misinformation conspiracy theories about george floyd including that the whole george floyd young. The whole death was a hoax. And that george soros. The hungarian billionaire was behind these racial injustice protests So you definitely saw facebook struggle with nece and It sort of fanned a lot of criticism from civil rights activists. Who said you know once again. This is another example of facebook not doing enough to combat hate speech and you know they even launched a campaign calling for advertisers to boycott adams social network in the month of july

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Africa and museums: shaping the future; rethinking the past

The Art Newspaper Weekly

04:40 min | 3 months ago

Africa and museums: shaping the future; rethinking the past

"I just on your lawson. The founding director of the paloma in togo and andrew santo. Who's just written a book with twenty eight interviews with museum leaders across the world. I also speak to. Dan hicks about his book. The british museum's about the bronzes and for our work the week christopher repeal of the national gallery in london talks about san mateo painting of copernicus. That's coming to the national for an exhibition next year before that a reminder that you can sign up for the art newspapers free daily newsletter for all the latest stories goes to the art newspaper dot com and the link is at the top right of the page. And while you're there you can also sign up for a range of other newsletters including the book club and the art market. I now a new book by the writer and cultural strategy advisor andhra santo features twenty eight conversations with directors of museums and other institutions oldham during the covid nineteen pandemic the future of the museum. Twenty eight dialogues. Include voices from across the world attempting to define museums and the challenges and opportunities ahead of them now and in the coming days among them. Direct is of african museums including sonia lawson the director of the paladin loma in togo in west africa. Andress and sonia join me to discuss the role of museums today and look at how sonya's togalese institution reflects a new coq drew dynamism on the african continent andress. I wanted to begin by asking you. This book was written on zoom. Just as we are now essentially so you talked to twenty eight museum or cultural institution directors about what they were doing. It happened to be done in the covy deer as it were but was it. Germinating is an idea for a much longer period this spring. I wrote an article in art. Net news actually wrote it over easter weekend. So i remember did very well I guess that was early april. I can't remember the exact dates and it was an article about reopening museums. And it just hit a nerve. It really got a lot of people talking at the time. And i heard from dozens and dozens of museum directors and just became part of illogic conversation. And that's when we really realized that this is the moment because it gave us an editorial frame because it it really was a moment that made us ask what is the future about. Still trying to figure it out. I think there's no doubt in all of our minds that this is one of those years in the calendar that will be a turning point. A historical marker where new phase is beginning persona. I think this phase is the one that started in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine just ended. Now we have a new face. So what does that mean for museums. Once i figured out that this would be a book not just of conversations with museum. Directors conversations about the future not necessarily revisiting. Why museums have been great in the past of which many reasons to talk about that too but to really have a forward-looking and that is what led to choices like this extraordinary new institution in togo. Which i think is such a taste of where museums or cultural institutions or cultural centers are headed All around the world so so in a way this moment. This covert moment crystallized. How such a book could come about and how we would choose directors to be in it before we speak specifically about sons institution. I wanted to ask you about a phrase that you use in the to the book where you talk about how. The paradigm smashing experimentation in museums and cultural institutions is happening in effectively in the global south so in africa in asia in latin america. Can you expand on that a bit now. Because what do you think lies behind that. Well first of all i. That's not to say it's not happening elsewhere. And i think the book provides lots of examples of how people are thinking you in original ways about museums all around the world. But i think that there are perhaps two main reasons. Why so many of these truly interesting. And i would say inspiring. Examples of new practices are often happening in the global. South one is that many of these institutions are brand new. So it's you can speak to this. They have an opportunity to really design for the now and for the future. They're not dealing with a legacy infrastructure. They're not trying to retrofit something. That was already there and tried to adapt it to the future.

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The Dark Divide: Sasquatch

Camp Monsters

05:48 min | 3 months ago

The Dark Divide: Sasquatch

"Long ago the women and the children had spent most of the day picking the sweet tiny lack berries as a son was falling to the west the women started gathering their baskets of berries and head. Back to the vill- each when they heard this rustling in the brash as a rustling in the brush came closer the women motion with just there is to the children who could run quickly enough and fast enough to run back to the longhouse now for the children who were too young. They quickly picked them up. Held them underneath. Their arm took their head and held close to the mother's heart. When the small children heard the fast beating the mother's heart they knew they had to be very quite the women cup their hands and brought it behind their ear in order to hear as well as a deer ask a rustling in the brush came closer. They knew that it wasn't dear. Because fear has dumping sound through the brush. They knew that it wasn't fair. All bear lump those little blackberries as much as we did but as long. This bear had no cub. Bare would ran away but as a wrestling fresh came even closer all of a sudden there was this horrible horrible stench out of the brash. Came this huge monster. His legs were as big as tree trunks. His skin was covered with hair and his eyes at a hypnotic. Red glow to him. This monster started chasing the women all through the berry batch and as he was chasing them he took his huge big feet and he started kicking over every basket of berries. Wasting them on the ground. Now the women managed to escape and they made it back to their longhouse. The men decided. Maybe we should go check that berry patch when they got to the berry patch. They look for footprints found. They look for maybe hair that mighty came up but there was none to be found that night when everyone was sound asleep all of a sudden the guard dog stood up on all fours and they just froze now in the past. Those guard dogs would have ran out and chased. What ever they was. That was coming but in this case they didn't make a noise. The hair on the of the dogs came straight up and for the first and only time the dogs mehta sound. that went like this Ooh now some of the people escape from the secret tunnels we have in our longhouses. Others just froze. That monster came and started throwing pieces of driftwood on the roof screaming and hollering through the entire night. Just before the sun came up he disappeared now. Not having any sleep. What so ever. The salmon fishman went down to the river and they started to pull up their traps and as each of them pulled up their traps. Lo and behold there had not been one salmon caught. It was then. The salmon fishermen looked up the river and standing where no man would be able to stand in this scoop gums or the white rapids of the river stood this monster. He picked up his smelly stinky feet and he started laughing at salmon fisherman. It was then they realized that as long as this monster was a stand in the river with his dirty stinky feet that the salmon people who live at the bottom of the ocean will never travel up the river up again.

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Why Are Whales So Big?

But Why: A Podcast for Curious Kids

06:19 min | 4 months ago

Why Are Whales So Big?

"This is but why a podcast for curious kids from Vermont Public Radio? I'm the host. Jane Lindholm. On this show you tell us what you're interested in and what your questions are about that thing you're interested in. And we use your questions to guide what we talk about on the show. Your curiosity dictates what we explore. When I was young, I really wanted to be a marine biologist that's a scientist who studies things that live in the oceans and lots of you are interested in marine biology to we've done episodes about fish about why the sea is salty and other things related to oceans like our jellyfish really made out of Jelly spoiler alert they're not. But now we're going to focus on one particular type of animal that lives in the oceans that like me a lot of you are fascinated by. Can you guess what animal we might be discussing? Well. That is the sound of a humpback whale singing. And, that sound comes courtesy of the federal government's no of fisheries website. But we're not going to focus on the way whales communicate today that's going to be a future episode. So be sure to listen for that one too. We want today to have a better understanding of what whales are and how they move through the oceans and occasionally through rivers to here's our guide for today's episode. My name is Nick Pinson. I'm a paleontologist at the Smithsonian in Washington DC. Tell me what paleontologist is healing tallest looks for any trace of life that lived a long long time ago, and they tend to look for fossils which can be bones footprints leaves any kind of trace of life that isn't around now, but we know existed millions billions of years ago. One of the challenges and one of the things I like most about being paleontologist is that you don't get all the clues that you'd like to. So we don't get a full skeleton sometimes you do but mostly not see have to make the best you can do with a little bit of information, and that's what makes paleontology for me a lot like a detective story. So neck, some of the kids listening now might be scratching their heads because they know that this episode is about Wales and you just told us you're a paleontologist. So you look for signs of life that doesn't exist anymore, but Wales still exists. I got into science because I really liked looking for fossils and that led me eventually to looking at Wales because Wales are mammals that live notion and some of them live in the rivers but you're probably more familiar with ones that live in the oceans that are really big that have flippers that have flukes They look from the outside a bit more like a fish than. A Mammal, what's really neat about them is that we know that they're mammals and that they're closely related to other hoofed mammals specifically the hoofed mammals that have even toes to toes and those mammals are cows, pigs, deer, camels, sheep. That's who whales are most closely related to, and if you look at the wheel and you look at all of its near cousins that are live today. Realize that whales look really really different and what explains why they're so different has to do with how they volved, how they came to be and going back to fossils were really fortunate and being able to find fossil whales tell us how those changes happened. So I'm lucky enough to be able to work with teams of scientists to go round the world and look for fossils. Of Whales and then try to understand how those fit in with what we know about whales today, and also where they're going because the earth has always changed and it's still changing I want to get to some of the questions that our listeners have sent us. But just before we do I, want to pick up on something that you said, which was that whales are really closely related. Even toed hoofed animals, but they look really different. So if they look really different, how can to animals be very closely related because you'd think they'd be more closely related to something else that they look like like a shark or a fish right just because something lives in the water or looks like a fish doesn't mean they're all related to each other whales, sharks and fish the last time they shared a common ancestor was probably nearly half a billion years ago. Let's get more precise about. Wales as related to other mammals, we have a lot of different ways of knowing how organisms are related to each other. We can look at their DNA which tells us directly about their relationships in a way. That's that doesn't connect to how they look as more to do with their genetics. Right DNA tells us that whales fit in with all these other mammals whales are mammals, and that's something you would know probably from just looking. At the fact that they re there, they have babies drink milk from their MOMS do have hair. If you are ever get the opportunity to close enough to whale, and even if you seem photos of baby, dolphins have little tiny whiskers on their snout they lose them pretty quickly. But those are all telling you about their deeper ancestry and you want to use all the different kinds of evidence available to you whether it's DNA. That might tell you one story or fossils that tell you a story that maybe sometimes is a bit different and that's why I say that fossils tell something that we wouldn't otherwise. No. We can have a a family tree of animals based on DNA and then fossils tell us about this branches of the tree that we wouldn't otherwise know about and for Wales. That's what tells us that the earliest whales lived on land

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Three of My Favorite Books This Year... So Far

Marketing Secrets

06:28 min | 4 months ago

Three of My Favorite Books This Year... So Far

"Hey everybody who has been awesome. So we're getting closer closer to Halloween depending when you're listening to this, which Halloween was my favorite holiday for basically my entire life. I went trick or treating until I was twenty one years old. And those who are wake with Russell weren't you WANNA admission when you were nineteen and twenty and the answer is yes and yes, I dressed up as a Mormon missionary going door to door because I already have the cost you got free candy. It was awesome. the good old days. Anyway. I'll trick or treating Halloween love everything. In fact when my kids were born I was like this is the great thing world howling was amazing before it's even more amazing now and went trick or treating every single year until about three years ago three years ago was when I bought my Batman suit if you've seen. We lost expert secrets are Philip. Prizes to give away these Batman. At ironman suits I got my own custom fitted was so cool. And I was so excited because that is going to be Batman like legit Batman and I was in front suit and I was just so excited for it and remember it was long day at the office and got home as quick as I could and just trying to give your own the kids at wrestling practice wrestling practice and come back home and I'm getting more Reagan dinner. Kept. Race. Back. Yossi. Batman student, which is, it's like an hour long project to get that suit on I'm so excited feeding the kids battery stack to the office and also doorbell rings and go the door, and it's one of Ellie's friends and friends like, Hey, l. here my yeah wh, what are you doing here? Coming to trick Ellie has like. What? I triggered truth my kids. Runs over. Oh, by data out mcnew, you canton clutch like what am I? Triggered this is my my holiday. You can take my daughter trick or treating, and it only took off their friends she was gone and The boys got calls from their friends and we're going trick or treating and they took off. And I remember I was ache I wasn't ready for. I. Don't know it's like the kids leaving home only worse. I wasn't ready for it and I remember they were all gone and it was it was Aiden Nora? Tiny. She's to at the time. And so I didn't get my Batman suit on and they go to the car and. You got your suit on everything. Put it in a car seat. My time we got in the car she passed out. She was out cold as Aden in class we drove to this neighborhood ain't got out with started trick or treating and passed out in the car, and that was like the saddest thing my wife I missed Halloween. Comes to sitting down the kids are awesome. They have friends. For, it you know what I mean like false fake you're planning your kids are going GonNa. Leave the house someday and then Austin they just leave the preparation. Anyway. So how is my favorite holiday until that year and now? Holidays Fourth of July because I spend more money fourth of July, any human, and so because of that everybody comes to me and doing that to compensate for. For Kids. Anyway. That's how I really feel. I'm just joking anyway, that's those true story. This is the fourth of July is my new favorite holiday but. I'm always with Halloween and so as how gets closer I still get excited I'm not gonNA, love the lease falling into the seasons changing and Pumpkins and candy and like just all the things. So one of our family traditions every year for Halloween go to. Albion Idaho where there's this old college campus where an early nineteen hundreds a thriving college and nineteen. Twenty or something that went out of business. So it's been vacant for like one hundred years and a couple years back these family bought it and they renovated the whole thing in turn it into one of them, the dorms interns like a bed and breakfast, and then the rest of the turned to haunted houses like there's a Zombie House Claus and he's old creepy buildings from the early nineteen hundreds and anyway it's it's insane. So we go every year this year to to our friends Rachel Peterson her husband Paul and they came with us which was really fun so anyway. On the trip down Rachel says, what are your favorite books you're right now Evanston, asked me a question about books freeze 'cause I'm like. There's so many like I'm obsessed with books I have more books than I know and I buy 'em every day tons board and read most of the books I listen to audio by the physical book too because I like having physical books in. All sorts of turmoil. I sat there like a deer in headlights thinking and and I kept thinking thinking and I realized like right now and stuff because you know it is different seasons your life there's. Always, kind of things so. Anyway, I in a season my life actually cited for. I'm preparing not really a mentally thinking about my next book. I think I told you before my next book. I bought the domain bootstrap dot com books called bootstrapped, and it's going to be the final story how he did it. Because my other books have been how to books right like how to get traffic, how to build a funnel, how to copy things like that but it's not gonna be how this is the story of it. I've been obsessed like listening to books about companies and people telling their story about how they built a company and so. I've been listening to a lot of those lately just like understand how to write that way. How to tell stories that is different is different than how I've typically done things. So for me to be able to write this book to change my skill set and this hopefully is aside lesson for everyone like lot of times when we do the thing we wanna do to like. Do. We have to learn something completely different writing. If you business before you come into our world. Oh my gosh businesses, different online they we have to change how we think of meets same way for me to write six book like I learned how to write differently. and. Understand that respect that and paying attention to him trying to learn it so. Anyway. So been listening to audio books about companies about their stories come here how people tell their stories so my three books recommend hugh today are all books about people's companies And they're good for companies number one, they're fascinating books that were to really good. Storytellers the way they tell their story was fascinating where I was like sucked into the book and I couldn't stop. In fact to these books, I've listened to twice and one. Will probably listen to again I just finished that yesterday. So that's why I hadn't listened to it twice yet. Now's referee. I don't normally read things twice because I have so many books coming into both of two of the three books have already listened to twice, which is a testament how good of a story that they actually are. So without said in no particular order, I'll give you my three. Bucks Number One book. This one I'm nervous about because. It's like the dark side of Entrepreneurship Kate. You a lot of times you hear stories about who also built a company and it's like this positive thing and there's ups and downs and trials and tribulations but for the most part, it's like the positive experience, right?

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"deering" Discussed on Marathon Talk

Marathon Talk

04:02 min | 8 months ago

"deering" Discussed on Marathon Talk

"Well, hopefully, poke isn't his same smoothly. Pence often thing. By that book when it comes out, and you can support as well as thing you survive. I've given a small donation. One of those where you get is going to place for me. Have different songs and it's really nice easily oh gimmick. Why not so? Yeah well. I'M GONNA be on another podcast. Do. You're being interviewed by Jenny Falkiner on. Have you told Martin this now. Why Oh Gosh! He is in love which any foreigner don't tell anyone. Accordia Kiesel thanked me can get. Journey can get genuine and like I. Don't know her well, no. If, you could interview her, or if Martin, can into our, but during the you'll be able to be so embarrassed and bright reds. Tell her that Martin really likes there's well I will do that and it's called room potter on when it's going. This has been on the show. Interesting is is like he goes on I. Think of ever celebrity. Angle. viewed. Lee Francis you know who does. He go. To injure. Got Touchy Keith Lemon. Shows interview them in character, most of than forty minutes long with US twenty minutes long because you. In you know Kelsey the point of it. Just goes on the bow robichaud. Is. Going to be on when you let us know when we listen to you I don't know I'm recording it. Tomorrow and. Also something! Was Paula Radcliffe last week? Wow now. Runner and she I will ask her I'll do my best. Day absolutely make his day. Oh I'm getting. I'm getting a massage and physio this week first time this year, 'cause, that's the other thing. I am a little bit. Creaky. Up I think that's mainly because I haven't been out to get in the gym very much and for me I do need to keep up that strength work and not mobility work because I'm not getting any younger and things to solve a feel like at the moment. I want I feel like a lego person. I want someone to take my legs off give. Give them a clean rather joints thing and then stick them back home in the Nice Bit Greece, and then everything will move a bit better. That's how I feel I. Don't think getting physio message. This week is an assault that I think I need like loads of it, but I'm looking I'm really looking forward to it I'm booking in to do that. Oversee Col. Get haircut until Iraq in Lagos though I know. Exactly and the grayness it's been called in for another five weeks, but I just got. Five weeks to. Do it. He did attempt to cutting here and it. It was okay, but it looks she does this chops on the bottom, and that's it so the rest of it is a little bit wayward so. Fame he's bold say. So, yes, so that's that's what I'm doing with this week and just carrying running and. Waiting for the London Marathon. Results to come out..

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"deering" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

02:20 min | 10 months ago

"deering" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Pinecrest and even down into the Deering bay area where it's seventy eight degrees right now it's six oh one the researchers continue studying call that nineteen scientists at Emory University say nearly all of the hospitalized pandemic patients it examined developed a specific virus killing antibodies within six days of being diagnosed this study looked specifically at patients who had symptoms varying levels of symptoms from mild to severe they do not know if patients who are a symptomatic would also produce this very specific antibody ABC's eva pilgrim secretary of state Mike Pompeii accusing China of deny investigators access to relevant facilities in the pandemic withholding live samples of the virus in Muslim discussion we greatly underestimated the degree to which Beijing is ideologically and politically hostile to free nations the whole world is waking up to that fact the Associated Press reports former longtime trump lawyer Michael Cohen will be released from prison Thursday to serve the remainder of his sentence at home because of the pandemic Richard Cantu ABC news six oh two now a man in his forties the latest to die here in South Florida from the corona virus the Florida department of health says the forty three year old man is one of the nineteen people in the region who were reported dead yesterday Miami Dade as recorded statement of hundred eighty nine deaths so far from covert nineteen statewide forty four deaths were reported in all yesterday Florida's total number of deaths from the virus is two thousand ninety six you well over a thousand people will have to take another test for the corona virus the division of emergency management announced that over seventeen hundred covered nineteen tests were damaged in transit it means that those who took the test will have to be retested the state says they'll be contacted as soon as possible and prioritize where they're retesting at their original test site and it's a day many South Florida shoppers have been looking forward to having Tremont real putting its stores at eleven shoppers will notice several changes like hands and Ising stations positioned throughout the property and fewer seating areas to reduce potential crowding the number of stores are also offering curbside pickup and complimentary face masks Miami Dade mayor Carlos Gimenez says it's time for people to.

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"deering" Discussed on Jocko Podcast

Jocko Podcast

02:50 min | 1 year ago

"deering" Discussed on Jocko Podcast

"Yankee me off the ground before I could slip, the d ring on my left shoulder around the rope that shoulder Deering was critical for staying in the Swiss seat. We had heard horror stories about the body desecrations and the, the NBA had performed on SOG men. And I didn't want that happening to me as to Wong lifted me into the air, I opened fire with my car fifteen on what appear to be a muzzle flash coming from the hilltop area. So you're getting hoisted up by the helicopter while you're returning. Fire and slipping out of your evening. It didn't quite get hooked in at that as we got a little higher. British Shane off the trees. I was I was a human pinball for a few minutes here tilt. There you go. Then I became scared. So then you decide to become scared. Okay. That's fine. I still hadn't hooked my shoulder Deering and someone fired a few green tracers at his cabin to Wong started to pull out of the target area as he started gaining speed. I Ricky shade off a few trees before I cleared. The jungle having sat in the king bees, co pilot seat. I understood why he pulled away from the z before I had cleared the trees. If the chopper gets shot down the mission turns into an operational nightmare while potentially injuring or killing the crew and the recon team members aboard ship. I wasn't angry with him. Hell, he came back from me. I would have been stranded down here for at least two more hours before other choppers with ropes could have been able to extract me if he hadn't, but being dragged through the trees hurt. I was angry at myself for not getting the damn d- ring hooked before I lifted off the ground. My arms were getting very sore as I went to switch arms. I was struck by some sort of air, pocket and suddenly, I was upside down at five thousand feet. My only physical linked to life was the Deering hooked into my rope seat and the hundred and fifty foot piece of rope hanging from the helicopter twisted my body to look up at K again. Thank god. He was still hanging out the door. I signaled to get the chopper to land, as I was giving king signs. I felt the rope slipping down my FIS to my knees at the same time. My web gear was sliding from my hips over my stomach toward my neck and matter of moments. The Swiss seat was at my knees. The only way I stopped it from moving further was by spreading my legs I felt really stupid after all the trading. This was going to be a dumb way to die as the ropes slid across my feet. I knew I was moments away from passing out. And there is no way. I could keep my legs spread just before the end several brief scenes from my life flash through my mind Dolores. My kindergarten sweetheart, why did she move to California? I saw my dad's new nineteen forty nine Chevrolet milk truck with its dark, evergreen paint with the Whiteside. Side panels and rich gold, leaf letters, my red wagon from childhood high school football games and to add insult to injury. I saw the front page article in my hometown, paper about my death..

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"deering" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"deering" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Chose the route of violating the law. When the law said he could change they have like that had been used less than forty years and kill hone has been used for more than forty years. One hundred fifty years illegal fight is probably not over the city's parks and recreation board says they have no plans to change the name back to Calvin and are urging the DNR to appeal that decision. Minnesota house. Democrats meanwhile will offer an amendment. To an environmental finance Bill to rename the lake officially to day mcoscar that amendment will be debated today. New information this morning on the death of a forty six year old woman's body was found Friday in our home in north Saint Paul police say twenty five year old DA Deering junior was taken into custody for the death of his mother following tips. They received from family members place finding the body of Gabrielle Deering her home at the cedar. View Commons apartments on highway thirty six during a welfare check the sun being held in jail. No word on a motive for that killing chaska police completing their investigation into the deaths of two young women who drown in a pond. Last fall say the to nineteen year olds took a turn to fast causing their car to leave the road and end up in the pond near highway forty one and white oak drive last October. It was an incident that shook the twin cities Somali community Zeynab, Abdullah and Bushra Oddy of shock apy were killed police say Abdala was likely driving. She did not have a driver's license or a permit. Aldi had her permit. Investigators say their bodies were found outside of the vehicle in the pond, which was nine feet deep. Their deaths have been ruled accidental drownings Laura oaks WC see out the house has passed the transportation funding Bill that includes a twenty cent a gallon increase in the gas tax. That's not sitting well with Republicans like Glenn grund Hagen of glencoe lower gas prices are comparible to a tax cut freeing up disposable income for spending on non get non gasoline goods and services more money for roads and bridges is desperately needed. According to the fell, Representative Brad tab key of shock apy right now, local governments over the course of the last ten years have increased their spending on Minnesota, roads and bridges because the state is not doing their job. The Bill though is not expected to go anywhere in the Republican controlled Senate. The Senate did unanimously passed a Bill that would close a loophole in state law that prevents people who rape a spouse from being. Prosecuted for criminal sexual conduct. The house is expected to concur and send it to the governor for his swift signature. WBZ news time is six. Oh seven. I'm Steve Simpson. WCTC? Oh. This week find great deals at Walgreens. Now select varieties of all brand laundry detergent to ninety nine with card and get wonderful.

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"deering" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"deering" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Tennis athletes. At the oracle challenger series it's a combined. Men's and women's tennis tournament held at the excess tennis village. In Washington park watched these incredible. Up and coming athletes before they become superstars this tournament. Is free and open. To the public to learn more visit oracle challenger series dot com News time four eleven with a Labor Day weekend. Approaching there will be more Chicago police officers heading the streets about one hundred twenty new officers will. Be deployed in neighborhoods across the city including Englewood Deering Jefferson park and Lakeview mayor Emanuel saying a number of districts are receiving different amounts throughout the city of. Chicago making up a hundred and twenty a, complete new officers in the mayor called the move and essential investment saying it's about, more, police on the. Street getting kids guns drugs and gangs. Off the street an organization is trying to get more filmmakers and production. Companies to film their, movies in southern Illinois southern Illinois film commission wants to. Highlight the natural beauty of the area while boosting the local economy commissioners sale annoy offers incentives. That are competitive with other states the most filmmakers tend to. Go to Chicago the commission plans to reach out to those filmmakers as well as to the company He's like Netflix and Hulu they've already been speaking with officials in Carbondale Marion and Williamson county and. We'll be asking more communities to approve resolution, saying bell work with the commission Lisa fielding NewsRadio on one five point nine FM WBZ news time four thirteen the only district WBZ EM, is the radio.

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"deering" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"deering" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"New organization trying to get more filmmakers and production companies to film their movies in southern. Illinois the southern Illinois film commission wants to highlight the natural beauty of the area while boosting the local economy commissioners sale annoy offers incentives that are competitive with other, states but most filmmakers tend to go to, Chicago the commission plans to reach out to those filmmakers as well as to the companies like Netflix and. Hulu they've already been speaking with officials in Carbondale Marion and Williamson, county and we'll be asking more communities to approve, resolutions saying bell work with the. Commission Lisa fielding NewsRadio on one. Zero five, point nine FM just in time for the upcoming Labor Day, weekend more Chicago police officers are hitting the streets about one hundred twenty new officers will be deployed in neighborhoods across the, city including Englewood Deering Jefferson park and Lakeview, mayor Emanuel. Comments a number of districts are receiving different amounts throughout the city of Chicago making up A hundred twenty a complete a new officers mayor saying it's an essential move about more police on the streets getting, kids guns drugs and gangs off the streets, twenty eight year old man died after being involved in a crash over the weekend in crown point Indiana. Death investigation team responded to the eastbound lanes of I eighty near, Kennedy avenue man identified as Michel Anco of crown, point was pronounced dead at the. Scene less than an hour later. Circumstances of, the crash are being investigated three people hospitalized yesterday after a, fire broke out an apartment building in Naperville fire was at fifth and Ogden avenues unle- I crews on the scene found, a fully involved fire in one of the, units units. Occupants were able to get out of the building safely four people received medical treatment At the scene and two of them were later. Taken to Edward hospital cause of the fire is not known WBZ. News time twelve thirteen the only place district is the radio dot com app download it today. And listen anytime anywhere News Radio seven.

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"deering" Discussed on WHOREible Decisions

WHOREible Decisions

03:29 min | 2 years ago

"deering" Discussed on WHOREible Decisions

"Remember the do this by emails full of your listen to my record. No, it's cream pies is really, she said, I'd kept this secret for him very long time, but it's mentally fucking with me on top of cheating. Other women he claims. He's never actually gone through with the sex, but my feelings and better judgments say otherwise, he goes far is asking if they will kiss him Deering. I recently told a homegirl of mine and she thinks he's gay. I'm not sure what to do. I love the man. I used to do stuff to him, but one day kind of stopped when I try. I hate how screech out this ship used to do to him one day, but it kind of stopped when I tried to bring it up. He doesn't wanna talk about it. He claims he's going to their appear now to fix issues with compulsive lying. But what should I do? I feel like less of a woman. I considered myself very sexually open, but I can't be that way with him anymore. It's vanilla and I feel like he's getting his kink elsewhere. What should I do? So I brought this up because I know you guys have talked about women going through. Men's phones? She said that she found this out by going through his phone and seeing that he had a private where he was sending these letters also when we spoke earlier on going from having your ass, like two fingers to pegging, you did Peggy. Of your, but I feel like for the for for saying that maybe she's kind of blaming herself now because she felt like her anal gateway to playing with his ass. Led him to now seeking this pleasure from trans women, I guess. All right. I know so many thoughts. Never never heard my ass looked and said, well, you know, it would be great. A dick. Maybe she should get out of her head about that. I, for one, I do kinda feel like she needs to have a conversation with him because she found this on her own. This isn't a conversation he had with her. She founded by going through his things, and it does seem like she kind of is okay with the idea, but the fact that he's lying about it as the problem. So here's the initial thing that I thought mmediately. Let's start with this. Let's take all of our feelings of the geisha out of it. If you're man had a private, I g to connect with women. Would you stay with him if the answer is yes, then there lies you needing to answer the other question, if it's no, which I wouldn't stay with someone. I was making a private Instagram just to cheat on me and keep lying back and run with the needs therapy for it. I would leave them. If you feel as though you're man doing the g. is okay and you're not? Okay, but you know, you're going to pass this. Here's the other question. Do you have an issue with homophobia and your masculinity and that issue? And if you do then you should leave them because the chances are he's into anal play, and you seem to be blaming yourself and it sounds like you think it's weird. So I would just break up with him because I wouldn't want to be with anybody that thought my kinks had anything to do with me being a man or me this or me that it sounds like you need to go. Second thing I wanna read though is something from Dan savage, who is my personal guru podcast legend a lot of wipe, no, maybe all don't, but he is lit. He super smart and he has his own shit called love. Cast in. There was a question someone sent in about transmit like dating transition is what he said being funny. Yeah. Yeah, yeah. The thing you can do is allow someone to put a dick in your man, but now you're gay. You're being a huge McQueen about the whole thing..

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"deering" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"deering" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"News from w. see Adam Carter in the WBZ newsroom overcast skies seventy degrees in the twin cities the breaking news is south Saint, Paul police officer has been wounded in a shooting this afternoon it happened near the intersection of twelfth avenue and. Congress street Sean Deering lives near the scene here heard the gunshots just at home having some lunch and heard what. Sounded like gunshots didn't want to get the kids nervous went outside the neighbor he thought the same thing and, he thought that and as we heard many sirens coming our way at that time so assume that, was a gunshot happened to drive down that, way and sort, of multiple cop cars and ambulances and everything, else source telling w radio that the male officer was shot in the shoulder suffered nonlife threatening injuries taken to regions hospital during says he saw police take a man into. Custody at the. Scene no word yet on what led up to. The shooting or police, are looking for anyone else at. This point WC Suzy Jo Jones at. The scene she'll be providing updates this afternoon the department of corrections. Will have more to say this afternoon about an inmate who's accused of killing a corrections officer at the Minnesota state prison in Stillwater, that inmate has been moved to another facility Edward Johnson reportedly used a hammer to attack officer Joseph Gama yesterday. At the Stillwater prison Washington county attorney Pete orbit says Johnson has been moved to oak park heights and is in. Segregation Minnesota is part of a national effort to crack down on charities that claim to help veterans attorney general, Lori Swanson action against supposed- charity called helps the fats that claim to provide medical care and treatment, to veterans but entity couldn't substantiate that a,.

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"deering" Discussed on MIX 104.1

MIX 104.1

03:54 min | 2 years ago

"deering" Discussed on MIX 104.1

"Today win a pair of tickets to see chance the rapper usher and more at the special olympics fiftieth anniversary celebration concert july twenty first from the new ford three jams deering tuck sure can't take my eyes off thank god take no way this you'd be like last so jill this is mary j blige chemin nelly this is neil the new one oh four.

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"deering" Discussed on Your Mom's House

Your Mom's House

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"deering" Discussed on Your Mom's House

"I pretend he didn't know if we're things are remember the whole tinder thing where you're like this is working oh yeah so what i like how does that's funny that you pretend that you don't get it every day but i pretended i always pretend like you're the first one yet not how it works that's kind of the sheen i would i would say hi twice and then the third thing was did you see hi twice right to make it like meeting yeah that was my that pretty good one i like it to that that's deering let me go to my asian question so did you follow the controversy over the prom dress about it yeah all right so i could show their audience yeah so here's the the dress this girl what's your take on it is that i i'm going to throw this out there playing the drama the drama is that a girl went to come and she bought a white girl girl a white girl but i guess you call it traditional chinese dress she saw it was like i wanna wear this the prom she posted her pictures like going to prom and anyway somebody else chinese guy to be specific did a tweet where he quoted it was my culture is not your goddamn nam dress and that thing exploded she's kind of in this middle of this firestorm about whether it's cultural procreation all this stuff so anyways but only white so we have to ask asians with the.

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"deering" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"deering" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Copy hide him and he has a track record of success in this formula so here he is on a planned march and i'm not sure exactly what the places will listen to it together another close community and an expression of the overall problem in chicago we've already tested in south deering we face the same thing that we faced in other communities and that is absolute rejection absolute rejections so we felt that we needed to move on in this community we've touched several and we plan before the summer's over there is no resolution of the problem in terms of the settlement to go into all of the colds communities all of the communities that exclude negroes and it's just another one of those communities it's it's so interesting to me to hear him speak so casually about something that today we would find abhorrent but communities say no blacks cannot live here wasn't a thousand years ago and this is the late nineteen sixties as well and you and you think that the the the racially restrictive covenants that were written into most property contracts in the in chicago we're only struck down in nineteen forty eight so you know the whole mechanism that was in place to keep blacks out of certain neighborhoods and not just blacks i mean it was broader than that but that was clearly a part of their target and that that was still a practice even after the supreme court had weighed in that it was unconstitutional we're talking to john rusnak he's vice president over at the chicago history museum with the vice president for interpretation education at the museum and their gallery is remembering dr king nine hundred twenty nine thousand nine hundred sixty eight to be seeing this i have another clip i wanna play for you at a at a rally and get your reaction to tell us more about the exhibit in a minute okay gallery they have is remembering dr king nineteen twenty nine to nineteen sixty eight news in five minutes by the way a body was found in the lincoln park lagoon today news about that right around the corner you and i were talking off the air and by the way chicago history dot org chicago history dot org is where you will find online the chicago history.

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"deering" Discussed on Sports Radio 610

Sports Radio 610

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"deering" Discussed on Sports Radio 610

"Of conspiracy that cheating is going on your dumb and the reaction at bay what but howard deering this is galante of night us voice radio 610 that would make you dumb i stand by that statement is not that hard of a take though what's going on people it's me paul galant this is galant at night on monday january twenty nine th 2018 i feel like i've said this awad at the end of every single month this bilges lubei but holy smokes were already about a twelve of the way through 2018 who would've thought of income by this quickly lost set the dive into on tonight show the most interactive sports talk show in houston texas while you can jump aboard by calling civil one three five seven two four six ten texting at that very same number tweeting me on says were facebookcom bog want sports we'll talk to march j spheres of espn and the undefeated at seven fifteen lot of things going on in the nba we'll take a look at super bowl fifty two of the story lines bats are a part of its the ones that annoy us because that's of course how we go first we like to hiker leg up on things before we actually breakdown things i like to tell people how annoyed i am by things that i'm supposed to cover for a living i dunno if counter intuitive but whatever that's what i do and onto glass as always to help all this man has happened in keeping a jack it's the ryan rocket rocket was going on boro i'm feeling good man i'm not gonna lie i was chicken the weather a minnesota eight degrees suck it osgood over here mounted over here suck it all of sports radio 610 it i hate all of you i hate you all like for this week for these five days you can all kiss my ass go johnson's coolidge was worth the road were but it's fantastic radio row coverage that they do i'm jealous partly i mean they get priggen what's his name all that guy that look so angry and he is israel yeah debt look day trailed is walks by whatever but for those you want some piping hot sport sakes i suppose.

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"deering" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"deering" Discussed on Here & Now

"The deering get one of the shia religious ceremonies shor are which happened to three months ago the government armed some uh shia young men to protect their mosques and they're uh religious places uh so that was there is something that they talked to do and uh but the shia communities asking that the government has to pay more attention to this one they have to follow up who is involved they have to find out the the routes that isis is coming to afghanistan through which uh obviously we haven't seen any sort of official investigation with results on these things how're people in afghanistan are feeling about this continued violence as we've talked about on this program before this war is now the longest war in us history but it must be a difficult to live through these these huge attacks regularly even so many years after the start of the conflict of afghans are uh are absolutely tired of this i mean many of sits as many citizens expressed their dissatisfaction with the situation and the they are a growing increasingly dissatisfied with the prison so far the international troops particularly the use troops in afghanistan because they believe that they could not bring peace and security as the uh as americans promised at their word some hoops still some hopes with the new youth strategy to the sort of pressure the insurgent groups the taliban handed the ice is to create a more secure atmosphere for afghans but uh there are a lot of uh suspicions on the disbelief that uh the the the the national troops presence was not visually really bring security and people are increasingly becoming suspicious of the day the to national troops presence in afghanistan that zia shaharyar turning.

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"deering" Discussed on Sportstalk 790

Sportstalk 790

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"deering" Discussed on Sportstalk 790

"The openside of the fuel formation shotgun snap back the probe that one to pressure his hill scrambles let has to get rid of the ball does a good job to get rid of it feet away gary johnson was bearing down on him and he'll did a good job just a dump get it away previous play where they got the facemask escape it with three safeties at look we saw a lot of gets oklahoma state kennedy deering of the run it they did that then they go one safety tcu tries to hit it with play actually put a good job by gary johnson at getting the pressure second down and tampere cheese you you at the texas twenty dockyard light again three receivers on the short side of the field split one wide right now going emotion sharpened and pulling it back again is hill tone read keeper in sabah 25 download the 24 yard light a gain of king workhorse to five charles amid a hugh carey johnston all the tackle marketed the 25 it's a fouryard gary and it's down at six see and this is where they been outstanding fifty three percent conversion rate on third down so far down and six apple taxes twenty five yard line to receiver split wide right to will the shorts have appealed split left atl shotgun is hill on thought down and six from the texas twenty five yard line catey hill which over the law born defence now with a step back the for a blitz coming fires across nepal was caught horta the frost down some five guard catch by thais leneen of a slap receiver what davis made the tackle fact they made it marketed the twenty go on to call the floreal she inside the 21yard macho give it 520 and it's going down it'll long yard needed flow horned frogs and carry patterson says you know what three points will be okay on this opening dry or go for or that you're right the first i thought he's going to bring out jonathan song outgoing jump off yep jumbo package now and it will will auto are in the back heel for tcu on four down direct snap and i have asked me about the rights asking me a throw back the.

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"deering" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"deering" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Worker deering concern council for addiction uh people in your life and more brain was brokered any warned that guests altered from georgian are called brain is broken and it takes a different turn a dozen think the same any anymore harm i experience or when i was fourteen years old or to fourteen use or want us started smoking marijuana drake beer memorial in in in los angeles california yes i was already i was already broken before put brown before put to uniform or who has broken his armor father was alcoholic so the scars will bear the issues were baron an alcohol and drugs or really all to people and allow people to excape children will have to really deal uh there's no deal you don't have to deal with life you don't have to deal with things you just keep pushing malta the side before me that's what happening uh aired by saarc rub marijuana's good for you marijuana romero on the maintenace code iskhanov start working one day and then you need something else yeah i mean it's different if you deal with pain was if not your were prayer and i totally agree with you and i'm not the expert but i every so many friends at i have dinner functioning amounts in their dictated but it it slows them down and it was a gateway to other things was flows you down drug slow you down us where people in alcohol slows down alcohol and drugs hits the brain and it changes to bring change the thinking of the brain and you no longer the person that you used to be because now all of a sudden you have entered into a new place and when you once you enter into the new place you need that surely 'cause you get the cravings are real and they're going to always be there let's you get some help get educated about what you're dealing with sudan will you still you said you started using marijuana at a young age and yet years your lighting up the ball field everybody knows in los angeles that this guy's got unbelievable town along with your good buddy eric davis in when the really bad mats who were in the glick 70s in early '80s who would terrible they get the first pick one of the first picture and the pick darryl strawberry i rift a.

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"deering" Discussed on Great Big History Podcast

Great Big History Podcast

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"deering" Discussed on Great Big History Podcast

"And the roman said uh you mean bagan he said yeah you mean ham yehya pork chops yeah uh i um i have dyonisis that let's be drink as much as i want an and i can he bacon think i'm keeping that god and st paul says whoa whoa whoa watching these people leave woah woah wall comeback chest kidding you can keep eating bacon and use it all right tell me about this jesus guy he sounds kind of fascinating so christians can eat pork y theory ran the world the romans romans were already in charge of world by one hundred eighty or one hundred c e which have been numero uh knowing clincher you wanna use the around the world deering knew they were special they didn't have to change it make the differentiated themselves from that now later on by the four hundreds when we get saint augustine christians will but we'll talk about that when we get there but early on christianity had to change and as separates them from judaism but judaism very early on was separating itself out from the other canaanite s so kinney pork two in other things lots of other things but all of those other things were popular you have to understand that they didn't stop eating anything that nobody eight everything they stopped eating everybody else around them eight and enjoyed eating so okay circumcision now two described as delicately all boys are born with a who on their ho.

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"deering" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"deering" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Number two spot for the green bay packers finally that leaves number one kansas city chiefs i don't know how for basements off oh yeah progress are finally number one hair finally number one at some point you got like professional radio this thing them no i don't the deering in relatable that way yay the tables of turn dan whose relatable now he was not turnover tables of turn put it on the poor of the tables turn the tables of turn finally number one who gave the city chiefs i again if we're doing this week one power rankings i don't know how it can be anyone else you take the presumptive the overwhelming favorite we're trying to invent different ways to talk about this patriots team are they the golden state warriors regular ruin football this season because they're so good and they go out and they have this off season where they bring it brandin cooks mike gillislee and all these different parts to a team that was already your defending super bowl champions you get grog back and we're trying to fit were bending over backwards to put them in hallowed ground already before the season and achieves go out absolutely spanked them we won they get unexpected performance from a rookie running back who was forced to duty because of a late preseason spencer where injury a historic performance out of him alec smith is throwing the ball downfield in a way that we haven't seen before those are my power rankings cowboys five steelers four patriot's three packers to achieve one if you disagree eight eight eight seven to nine three seven seven.

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