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Rodgers, Packers rally in 4th quarter to beat Bears 28-19

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 2 months ago

Rodgers, Packers rally in 4th quarter to beat Bears 28-19

"The packers scored 18 unanswered points in the fourth quarter to pull out a 28 19 win over the bears. Aaron Rodgers overcame a rib injury to go 18 of 31 for 182 yards in the TD. The win against the bears is always a little more special. There was other things involved. The all time win. Total was cool. Another fourth quarter comeback. AJ Della and Christian Watson rushed for touchdowns in the final period. Watson took an end around 46 yards for a score with one 51 left. Three plays after Justin Fields was intercepted. I'm Dave ferry.

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GOP House Candidate Cassy Garcia on the Damage Cartels Have Done

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:58 min | 3 months ago

GOP House Candidate Cassy Garcia on the Damage Cartels Have Done

"Little bit about the damage the cartels have done. To the southern border and in your district, the drugs, the crime, and the cartels are no joke and he accepts money from the cartels, talk about that. Look, you know, he obviously, he's been in office for 18 years, but I am a lifelong style Texan. I'm also the wife of a border patrol agent. And so when we talk about the cartels, they're making billions and billions of dollars. People that are trying to cross our country, you know, they're paying them to come across here. People are dying. We talk about the fentanyl crisis that it's seeping through our border here. I met a mother who lost her daughter to fentanyl. She was 17 years old and she died in July she thought she was taking a sleeping aid and never woke up the next morning. And so when we talk about the cartels, they're moving and people say, no, they're not coming in, no, they are in this country. They are in this country they're moving around. The people they're paying them billions of dollars. People are, I mean, they are, we need to shut them down. We have shut down the border. We need to close the border. We need to president of the United States to do his job and enforce the laws on the book. And that's why people aren't indifferent between a way I'm talking to voters. They're telling me Kathy. We have an unsecure border. The border is broken, priced out of control, and we don't even have doctors for the 9 counties that are do not have doctors. And with this with the influx of people that working in this district, there are even on the border, it's not fair to the communities that we're having to deal with the impact of this crisis. The administration will talk about it. We have a border Kamala who will not visit the southern border. We have a secretary of mayorkas who has belittled and men and women in green. And I think we have a congressman who was corrupt and it's time for him to step down to move along and lost someone who is going to properly represent this district. And that's why we talk about that shift. This district when he is a toss up right now. People are looking at the pertain my race. Monica Della Cruz and Mario floris and 34 that we can actually make history and

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John Zmirak: 'The Left Hires Its Zealots. It Has the Right Idea'

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:06 min | 5 months ago

John Zmirak: 'The Left Hires Its Zealots. It Has the Right Idea'

"Wrote another article. This is sort of horrifying. So I'm just going to, I'm just going to let you talk. It's called the left hires its zealots. It has the right idea. And the news hook for this is a very unfortunate one. Whenever I hear the word monkeypox, I feel good, I smile, because it's a funny word. It's a really funny word. Monkeypox, I mean, come on, that is funny. And then when you hear that you can pretty much only catch it by going to public orgies with hundreds of other men, you know, I think I can Dodge that bullet. Somehow I think I'm gonna be able to avoid this one. So when I hear about monkey pikes, I laugh a little bit. Sorry. But the government's taking it very seriously. This is a threat to one of the most sacred institutions in America. That is public orgies with hundreds of anonymous men. Of course. And so the government is actually appointed a monkey pox czar. And he is not a member of the Romanov family, so he's not even a legitimate star. But the monkeypox are is Dimitri Della Scully's who is a Harvard educated doctor who is also into sadistic set of masochistic male sex. He wears leather studs over his naked chest on his belly is a blasphemous tattoo of Jesus. He is posed with his boyfriend wearing a crown of thorns. He posed with a witch, misusing a crucifix on a ouija board, and he runs the point here, at least one of the main points here, this person is doing this publicly. Yes. We're not doing investigations and this person is publicly representing America has been appointed by President Biden and is publicly putting out some stuff that is so vile

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Howard Stern Is All Doom and Gloom About MCU Debut

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:56 min | 7 months ago

Howard Stern Is All Doom and Gloom About MCU Debut

"Busy. Howard Stern is, well, look, he's let it slip recently that he could be joining the Marvel Cinematic Universe in a doctor doom movie. I don't care about these movies. I don't watch marvel stuff. So I don't really know who doctor doom is in the context of the comics. But during the commercials on his show the other day, how it left his microphone on so they say, while he talked to his producer, Gary Della bate, about possible guests to book for the show. And it's kind of difficulty here because the ads are playing over the conversation. But Howard tells Gary Della boate that he won't be able to talk much in the next few months and then his co host Robin Quivers wants to inquire about, well, what's going on with you over the summer? Why can't you talk much? And he says, well, I'm going to do doctor doom. Then he said, but believe me, I'm F and miserable about it. How is miss Mitchell about anything? And then he continued to share that he reached out to the marvel comic universe people. He reached out to the marvel vet, Iron Man himself, Robert Downey, junior for acting tips. And he asked Gary if he could get the number to the director, John favreau and get his contact information. Now maybe hours less than enthused about the mystery project because he's more focused on what he also said he's going to do. And that is to run for president in 2024. Because after the Supreme Court overturned roe V wade, Howard said on Monday last week that he wants to run for president to overturn all this bullshit. I know Howard. I've been in that studio over a hundred times when the show is off and running commercials. That's when Howard is really Howard. The guy you hear on the radio during the show and the old days, especially, really wasn't Howard. That was a character.

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Alonso hits two HRs, Mets beat Marlins 5-3

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 8 months ago

Alonso hits two HRs, Mets beat Marlins 5-3

"Pete Alonso and Brandon nimmo carried the mets offense in their second straight 5 three win over the Marlins Alonso's second Homer of the day was a tie breaking solo shot in the 8th inning making a winner out of Chris Bassett And which Homer did Alonso like best Definitely the go ahead one but I mean to start off the game nice I mean that felt that felt really good too but definitely the go ahead He leads the national league with 22 home runs and 68 RBIs Nimmo had three of New York's 11 hits including a run scoring double in the 9th Bassett was reached for three runs and 6 hits over 7 innings Edwin Diaz picked up a 16th save by striking out the side in the 9th Jesus Sanchez and Brian Della Cruz homeward for Miami which is one in 5 versus the mets this season I'm Jane

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Strategist Della Volpe: Republicans Will Do Better With Younger Voters

The Charlie Kirk Show

00:44 sec | 10 months ago

Strategist Della Volpe: Republicans Will Do Better With Younger Voters

"But a specific strategist by the name of Della volpe is known as a Generation Z whisperer. He's basically able to make sense of what Gen Z wants and their political demands and their political wishes and how they view things. So he briefed Democrats recently and was warning them that young people young voters are not buying what Democrats are selling. In fact, he's warning them that not only will there be a decreased youth turnout, not only will there be less people voting, but Republicans are actually poised to do better with younger voters than they have in any recent election.

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01:52 min | 11 months ago

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"It's positive. I'll come so late. Oh, give it to me. One more time. Manifest positive. Welcome. I love that. Okay, I have done my fair share of criticizing gurus and influencers who preach about manifestation and tell their followers to just think positive at everything will be okay, but Della might have just changed my mind and that song is catchy as heck and Jacob is going to figure out how to turn it into a ringtone, okay? For all of you. For me. What have you learned from being Della's mom? Oh my God. I've learned that. There is so much power in one trusting your intuition. Right? I really learned that. Because as a parent, you have to remember that you are the expert on your child. Not a doctor. And that's true. You are the expert on your child. Nobody spends more time with your child than you. And as a result, I knew I knew so many different things and I was able to piece some of this together. You know, I pushed, I also have learned that love, like legitimately love, right? In the worst moments in the scariest moments in the saddest moments, when I think back through the hospital stays, when I think back through, you know, us wrestling her when she had like mutant strength trying to get that to be back in her nose. When I think about the nights that I was up in the hospital bed while she was sleeping next to me and I was crying while she was sleeping. I think the biggest thing.

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02:02 min | 11 months ago

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"Better. Blind feels like something that helped me feel better is hanging out with mommy. I knew you were gonna say that. Why? I don't know, just you can make me entertaining and you help me and you're so happy and you're so smiley, your spirit makes me feel a lot better. Aw, thank you so much. Your spirit makes me feel a lot better. What your to be. So they call your to be a Mickey button, tell us a little bit about your two be like, what's the point of your to be? The poison my two B is that I don't eat. Yeah. But I get it, but I'm eating a lot more so I'm getting taller and taller and taller. So now I maybe we're considering taking it out. Oh, I hope so, baby. Thank you. Tell us how it works. So it works, so there's this four mil off. And then there's this long to be snake. Yep. And then that snake has a little button. And then it connects to my two reasons my two be opens and it's shots. And where is your two B? It's in my stomach. Okay, does it hurt? Did it ever hurt? It did. When there was like these mommy, do you remember if it was pokers like these little like stitch thingy, they think? Oh yeah, when you first got it didn't hurt. Yeah, because there was like these blue pointy things in my body. Stitches. And on my two B yeah, that did not feel good, huh? In the hospital. Yeah. How many times do you know how many times you've been in the hospital? No, it's a baby most of the time. Yeah. You spent a lot of time in the hospital. And the hospital was doctor Brown bear. Yeah. Do you have the best French fries? They're smiley faces. They do have a smiley face French fries. Do you like your team, your doctor team? Yes. Yeah. If we were to say how long have you been sick, would you know the answer to that? Forever. So how long have you been healing? Forever. What's important about our words?.

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02:10 min | 11 months ago

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"And. Sesame. Sesame. But I'm never going to taste Sesame Street. No, you are not allergic to Sesame Street, but you are definitely allergic to sesame, so it's your favorite getting something. You got to know these. What is it? I'm thinking, don't tell me. Okay. Nuts. Not. Yes, you forgot nuts, yeah. So you're allergic to a lot of things. What are your favorite safe foods? I like rice. Yes, you do. I love potato chips. Okay. And like praying gold. Green beans. I like French fries. I like chicken nuggets. Yeah. And what is the best part about being Della? That I'm Della. What does that mean? I love it. It means that God chose me to be Della. I know that's right. Yes. And even when you have tough times like with your two B, do you still love that you get to be dela? And sometimes I cry if I have tough time being Bella. Yeah, I can understand that, but you like being dela. Oh, that makes me so happy, baby. I'm really happy about that. What's the hardest part about being Della? Not eating a bunch of food. Because I have to have a two B and also I'm gorgeous. What is a Della day look like? I tell the looks like, I'll tell you two types. So Sundays on Sundays, I sometimes I clean, sometimes I do some homework, sometimes I watch stuff and play a big deal games, and sometimes I play. Okay. And school days. I do homework at school. I eat lunch, I have recess. I do my resource and then I head home and I take a nap. And then after I take a nap, I play a game of morally. Oh, cool. Marley's your sibling. I love it. Okay. When you're feeling sick, what helps you feel.

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01:55 min | 11 months ago

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"She's not gaining a bunch of weight, but she isn't losing any either. But that doesn't make her day to today life any less complicated. And it scares Danielle to look too far ahead into the future. She has the best attitude ever. She's so positive, but also now, this is a new part of whatever the hell this is this journey. Because before, she wasn't exposed to so many things, so that was just her normal, but now I'm getting questions like, you know, why did God make me this way? Or why can't I eat everything that other people eat or am I always going to be this way? Do I get to get rid of my tubi mom? You know, I get all these questions and I don't have the answers and now she has all the questions. This has been quite a long remission and we are praying that she won't have to have to be for forever, but what I will tell you that she'll probably have forever. Motherfucking medical bills yeah. She's 6 and she is swimming in over a $100,000 in medical debt. Oh my God, keeping this kid alive is so expensive and I love her so much and also I could have put her through college at least four times. And it's hard and people are like, do you have health insurance? I do, but you know what health insurance is really good for? Healthy people. Health insurance is amazing for healthy people. And you can have the best of insurance, but you're still coming off $2000 a pop. $4000 a pop. And there's another aspect of Della's illness that we haven't even touched upon yet, but that is a major player in all of this. Marley, Dallas older sibling. Marley has been traumatized. Their best friend, their sister, right? They've been, they were a kid too..

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04:09 min | 11 months ago

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"Nobody had ever asked that. So this man who is not her biological father, but is the man who absolutely raised her and loves her and cried every time we had to poke and prod her while we were in the hospital. Said, please, let her drop the tube on me. If you just need to see that we know how to drop the tube, let her do it on me. And they looked at each other. Like they didn't even know what to do. And they said, well, we've never had anyone say that before, but I guess, yeah, just do it. And so I dropped the two on Jeff. It was excruciating pain for him, and they let us go home. And he's an adult man, and it was horrible. Oh, he cried. It was horrible for him. I mean, he was pissed. This is what she feels like when we do like, this is awful, you know? And then we were really aware of it. We were aware of all the pain. We were aware of how awful it was. And so we started off with a feeding tube that went through her nose down her throat and into her stomach. You know, I think the G tube, I think that was like a test to see, could she gain weight? And sure enough, when we had the tube she was, she was gaining weight. She was getting half of her nutrients from food and then she was getting the other half by being too fed overnight. And then she sneezed it out. And we were able to get it back in one time. And then she fought us with superhuman strength and I cried Jeff cried, she cried, and we were like, never again. Never again, we're not doing this. And so we made the decision. We consulted a whole bunch of different people, her team. And we knew that this was going to need to be a long-term. We needed something long term, and that long-term solution turns out to be a gastric tube implanted in Dallas stomach, leading to a port on the outside of her belly. Hers is the McGee brand. It's called the pronounce it Mickey. And so she feeds at night through the Mickey button on her stomach, Della can do her own medical stuff. She knows her stuff. She's amazing. She'll be like, you don't have to come in here tonight, mom. I got it. I'm just like, that's so sweet and also, it's just so not fair. Right? It's so not fair that she has to know these things. And that she spent three christmases in the hospital, right? And that she spent the majority of her life in failure to thrive. It's just a lot for a little person. It's a lot for Della, and it's also a lot for Danielle, a mom of two who is working as a teacher during a pandemic who is a black woman raising black kids in America who already deals with anxiety and depression and now lives in fear that her child could just drop dead from something as simple as a kiss on the cheek from a relative who just ate something that Dallas body doesn't like. We have had moments where we left somewhere. We're sitting in the car. We're on our way home and God bless the nurse, Claire was with us one time. And she literally said, take a left. We have to go to the hospital. It was that quick. We didn't even know before there was Jeff, and after my first husband, when it was just me and Della and Marley, Nora I had to shop at four different grocery stores with two kids and it took four hours. It was intentional because everything had to be so safe. People have no idea. They have no idea. I remember the first time I found bread. I was by myself in the grocery store and I saw bread and it said gluten free. And I didn't want to get my hopes up because I've seen tons of gluten free bread, but what happens is I go down the ingredient list and it's like everything free and then all of a sudden damn it there's eggs, right? I picked up the bread and I go down the list. And I forget that I'm in a grocery store. You would have think that homeboy showed up with a publisher cleary house, big ass check..

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02:08 min | 11 months ago

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"I am. I'm gonna be telling everyone who's going back to school. How days and not be scared or not be mean and take care of their school. Who's gonna rock jaw day? You. Who's gonna rock your day? You, who's gonna rock your day? You better say your name 'cause you're gonna rock your day. Hi, everyone. It's a happy Hanukkah day. And it's also almost Christmas. I hope everyone's having a good day. But don't remember that you still have to wear your mask and you still have to be safe. But you're still gonna be in a happy moon. Like it's really to the outside, some people's places are snowing. Think about happiness, but at my place it isn't snowing. Brands don't have any good time because I'm with my family. For a while, with help from a restricted diet, Dallas illnesses are in remission. Remission for Della looks like no incidents, really. Usually still in failure to thrive, but we're eating. We're not losing weight. Now, we might not be gaining weight, but we're definitely not losing weight, right? And so we were in remission for maybe almost even a year. And I was like, could this be it? And then her weight started to drop. Her skin started to flare her skin was so scaly. She just looked sick. You could tell the energy she was trying to give you her energy. She was trying to give you love and she just couldn't do it. She was exhausted. So she came out of remission and we went back to living at children's hospital, literally. And I taught from the hospital, I was taking 5 classes at Johns Hopkins, and then finally they decided because failure to thrive was prevalent. That she needed to get a feeding tube. With.

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02:49 min | 11 months ago

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"So eosinophils are allergy markers. The number of eosinophils you have in your body help tell you how allergic you are to the things you encounter in the world. An average person might have a few hundred eosinophils in their body if they have seasonal allergies or are allergic to say cats. That's not the case for people with eo E. Della has 4000 on a good day. For thousand. Allergy markers, which means her body is allergic to everything because it's got too many markers, so even the stuff she's not allergic to, it signaling to her body that she is allergic. So, food really, really impacts the eosinophils. So as she was trying to eat her body was like, what the hell is this? I'm allergic to everything. This requires a little explanation. A person with eo E could get tested for a dairy allergy and the test could come back negative. The person is not technically allergic to dairy, but when they eat dairy, all of those eosinophils in the body see the dairy and attack it and those attacks build up inflammation. So the thousands of eosinophils in Dallas body were attacking everything she ate. And because of the way that works, delicate have a bad response to a certain food one day, and then not have the same response the next week. And vice versa. So it's constantly evolving. We had to put her on a really strict diet, which was hard anyway, because she wasn't eating. So now it's like, we know the problem, and part of the problem is we have to restrict a lot of food. What? What? How? You want me to restrict food when she can barely eat? We had to take out all different types of things. We found out that she had an egg allergy, and we had to take out gluten, and then we had to take out nuts, like, we're always safe with protein and fruit. But protein and food are going to make her the tiniest little person on the planet. So it's not helping us. And the stuff that will fatten her up a little bit is stuff that she can't have. You know, we're just in this cycle of failure to thrive. You know how some people are like, oh, I remember the first food you ate or I remember this or used to really love this. I don't remember that stuff because we have such a different relationship with food in this house. Doctors eventually discover that Della has not just eo E, but also EOG. Eosinophilic, gastroenteritis, which basically means she has those same large numbers of allergy markers in her stomach and GI tract. She's also diagnosed with a third autoimmune disorder called lichen sclerosis, which affects Della's skin. So through.

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05:38 min | 11 months ago

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"Her and send her home. And this starts in exhausting cycle of hospital visits. This happened over and over and over again where we would go home. And sure enough, about a week later, we were right back in the emergency room, wound up being in the hospital. Two weeks at a time each time, usually, to get her stabilized. Della is not growing. She's walking and doing things that a lot of toddlers do, but she's tiny and I mean tiny. Danielle and I are friends, so I'm seeing her post photos of her daughter in real time, and I'm seeing how frail and small she looks. And people were like looking at me like it's something wrong and I was like, yes, something's wrong. I don't know what's wrong, they don't even know what's wrong. But it's wrong, right? So then we finally go to the doctor and at this point, she had not gained an out, had not grew an inch in about a year. And I asked them, I said, is my baby a little person? And they kind of laughed at me and I was like, look, if y'all can't figure this out, don't laugh at my guesses. So at this point, we're about two, three years in. And they diagnose her with chronic toddler, diarrhea. If that is not the most lazy fucking diagnosis, what literally looked me dead in my face and said, she has chronic toddler diarrhea. The fuck, what? What is that? I said to them, this is a lazy ass diagnosis. Are you sure this is what they say? Yep. She's got a milk intolerance and she has chronic toddler diarrhea. I know poop stinks, Nora, like I'm fully aware. Okay. Her shit smelled like death. Like it smelled like death. It smelled like something was dying inside of her. There was something so wrong with it. That I knew something was really wrong inside of her. I knew it. And you couldn't tell me something wasn't because I could feel it in every part of my body. I was like something is wrong. I'm seeing her wither away. And if this is chronic toddler diarrhea, it's killing her. She didn't speak for a really long time. Like, it was like one day she went to sleep and then the next day she woke up and she was speaking in full sentences. And the reason why she couldn't speak is not because she couldn't, she didn't have the energy. When I tell you she was dying, you survive off of food. And she was not eating. Mealtimes for us brought us to tears all the time. You're begging your baby to eat. You're begging your baby to eat because you know that your baby is in failure to thrive. You know that your baby is not growing. You know what happens if your baby doesn't eat? In such a weird position, right? Because you don't have a real diagnosis yet. You know something is wrong, but you can't prove it to people who are supposed to be the ones telling you what's wrong. And you can't get your baby to eat. You can't. And the reason why they thought she wasn't eating is because she had chronic Tyler diarrhea. And I kept asking, how is that possible when she's not even eating? Like, what is this coming out of her? Because I can tell you that what is coming out of her doesn't make sense because she's not even consuming that much. I literally do not know how most parents survive like dinnertime 'cause it's just a whole disaster. But I really don't know how my family did. Danielle Marley in Della moved back to the east coast. In Danielle, now a single working mom with a whole lot on her shoulders starts building a team of doctors to figure out what's happening with Della. Starting with an allergist. We talked about the food and we talked about the poor weight gain pretty much living in failure to thrive. We talked about the multiple hospital stays, just all these different things. And she goes, this sounds like eosinophilic esophagitis. That diagnosis that Danielle just mentioned is commonly referred to as just for obvious reasons. And even though Danielle explained to us what it is and even though there's someone on this team who also has eo E, it's still pretty hard for me to wrap my mind around so I'm going to let the Mayo Clinic explain. Eo E is a chronic immune system disease in which a type of white blood cell builds up in the lining of the tube that connects your mouth to your stomach, your esophagus. This buildup, which is a reaction to foods, allergens or acid reflux can inflame or injure the esophageal tissue. So, in children's symptoms of OE include difficulty eating, abdominal pain, difficulty swallowing, and failure to thrive. Della undergoes endoscopies and biopsies on her esophagus, her stomach, both intestines, and her colon. She is so inflamed on the inside. From her throat, hurt, colon, her esophagus, her intestines, it's like they've been eating themselves alive. She is in so much pain. So of course she doesn't want to eat, and so I am overwhelmed. My baby has.

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02:19 min | 11 months ago

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"With postpartum depression and postpartum anxiety because I was so trapped. I was okay caged and I couldn't escape it. And so now you can't put me, nope. Don't do it because, you know, I get like a wild animal, I gotta get out of there. It's like primal. Postpartum anxiety aside, life with Della was great. We slept through the night, which was mind-blowing to me, right? 'cause in the beginning, we slept through the night, maybe a week or two in. And I was like, what is happening? She definitely refused to do anything but breastfeed, though. She was a breast fed baby, and I didn't understand. Even when I tried to wean her, I was like, what the hell? She refused to wean, right? When they tell you you're supposed to start doing solids and start giving things, I tried and it was not happening. You would try and she would just like, and not like baby spilling. Like, she was like, no, this is not for me. I tried sweet things and sour things. And, you know, different types of textures, all different types of things. And she would not eat. So finally I went back to the doctor and I'm like, hey, you know, she's not trying to eat. And the doctor was like, it's not a big deal right now. She's getting everything she needs from you. If she got hungry or she needed something, now she would know. And so I was like, okay, so then that was her not wanting to eat. Breastfeeding is an amazing and wonderful thing for those of us who can and choose to do it for our babies. And I think any person who has done it will understand why Danielle wanted some freedom from nursing full-time. I was like, can we please vacate this premises in this premises being my body like ASAP? I was ready. I was so ready because we were like a year in. And I was like, it's time to wean. This is what I do. I wean my babies at a year. This is great. And I started to wean her and she got mean. I'm talking about, we called her mad, mean ass baby. She was mean as hell. She wouldn't eat anything else. Like, I know some parents are like, oh, it's so beautiful. It is, but when you don't want to do it anymore, you're stuck. I got stuck breastfeeding her for like 6 more months because she refused.

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02:46 min | 11 months ago

"della" Discussed on Terrible, Thanks For Asking

"With are you thinking, oh, I'm so healthy this time I'm going to be able to sidestep. It's not going to happen this time. I didn't think I was going to sidestep it. I didn't want to anticipate it, but I did know that I wanted to plan for it. It didn't mean I was hoping for it, right? Like I wanted to plan. My best friend Claire, she was with me for an entire month. Because we were so worried about what might happen. And, you know, just she was there the first goal with the postpartum depression. So she just wanted to be close, keep a good eye on it, make sure I was okay. Unfortunately, Della came so late that Claire was only actually there for like a week and a half when Della got here, but it definitely helped and I was pretty prepared, but again, what the hell can prepare you for that? Nothing can prepare you for it, but I was as prepared as I could be. So this time with Della, like what were the things or the moments where you could feel it happening and identify it? You know what's crazy is I didn't identify it the second time. Somebody else did. Because I wasn't depressed. I was really happy, right? I was like, oh my God, I have this baby, and I'm a mom in two babies, and I'm really good at it, right? But I was so damn anxious. Like, I had planned both of their funerals. Marley and Della's funeral. I had planned my own funeral. And that shit seemed normal to me. I was like, oh, you just planned funerals. And I'm talking down to every detail. I knew what song was gonna be playing. I knew what color I wanted my casket to be. I knew who would be talking, all these things because that's where my mind was. It was like worst case scenario the whole time, right? So you'd be like making snacks. For Marley, nursing Della, and then being like, when you die and you will. And you will. I'm going to play another one bites the dust. Once we die, I was going to say once we stay. No, but seriously, yeah, I actually wound up going to dinner with my friend Nadia, who I call my postpartum sponsor like an AA sponsor, legitimately. I went to dinner with Nadia and Nadia was like, how are you feeling? And I was so excited. I was like, girl, I'm good. I'm not depressed. And you know, this is amazing. And now he starts asking me some questions. And she's like, okay, but like, you know, are you sleeping? Are you eating? What are the thoughts that are taking up a lot of space in your mind? And I was like, oh girl, I'm good, you know, I'm not really sleeping. I eat a little bit here and there, and I've planned to everyone's funerals, but I'm not depressed, and she was like, oh my God, honey. She recognized it before I did. And I almost was mad at her when she was like, you're not okay. And I was like, oh, I'm fine. Because it was bad, but it didn't feel the same. And as long as it didn't feel the same, that mattered to me..

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"della" Discussed on Terrible, Thanks For Asking

Terrible, Thanks For Asking

02:33 min | 11 months ago

"della" Discussed on Terrible, Thanks For Asking

"In the form of a free sandwich for every 8 that you bought. And we also know the disappointment of having the entire program shut down because some people were counterfeiting the subway stamps and ruining it for everyone. But imagine for a minute, how great it would be if we could fill up a loyalty card for terrible things and get a free pass on future suffering. If we could just say, yep, here's the proof I've been through enough. I'm good. It's not possible. But if it were, Danielle would have filled hers up already. Danielle was one of our very first guests all the way back in 2016. She had recently gone through a truly horrifying postpartum depression episode after the birth of her first child Marley. Here's Danielle from that first episode. I knew I just didn't feel right. There was no excitement anymore. And like I said, I spent an entire pregnancy excited. But the deep darkness, that came kind of gradually, but every day was worse than the day before. And something else happened to make me a little more paranoid, a little less secure in, oh, you're a good mom. You know, it got to the point where I just didn't want to do it at all. I wanted no part of it. Back then, Danielle went by her radio personality moniker, Danny Starr. For a decade, her job was to make people smile and laugh every morning while they made their commute into work. While she was stuck in the darkness of depression. I remember when I would click the microphone off, I just remember my body, I felt like my body could crumble into the ground. I would sit up to project and I would sit up to make it come out and then the moment the microphone went off, it was like my shoulder slumped in my whole body just kind of crumpled into itself because I just, it was so bad. It just didn't feel good. I just wanted to not be doing it. It was so terrible just to have to pretend like that. The great pretender, like literally. Oh, it was so bad. It was literally living a double life, because if you listen to the show, you probably would have had no idea. But meanwhile, my house was dark, my body was cold. My mind was paranoid all the time. There was no reality.

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Jerry Vairo Discusses His Uncle, Paul 'Lefty' Della Universita

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:31 min | 1 year ago

Jerry Vairo Discusses His Uncle, Paul 'Lefty' Della Universita

"When did you first start hearing about all the stories about lefty? When did it finally hit you that this is something I gotta get into? Well, when I was younger, I heard all types of things. I was a grandson of Sadie, which is as old as this to slash mother. So he has so many different things. Whether you go here if you want a car, you go to air if you want, jewelry, connections all throughout the city. And my uncle's Sonny is youngest brother, was always into trouble in and out of jail and I used to hear my grandmother say, if foley wasn't such a top guy, son, he would have been killed already. So I heard all these. And then the other things I would see like during the San Gennaro feast, I would see guys walk up to him and I'd be standing next to my father and grandfather handed him envelopes or hugging him, showing him like he's demand, then maybe a few months later, a few years later, I'd see one of these guys getting arrested, the acting boss of the this crime family, whichever it was. And I'm like, if this guy's the acting boss, who is my uncle that's being approached this way, I never saw him approach anybody in reverence. It was the other way around always seeing these things growing up. And my father, he knew all about him. So he told me a lot of stories and then when Tony and appley did his three and a half hour interview, then I knew for sure someone outside the family with a lot of credibility, not only is verifying what our book says, but he's actually adding to it. We didn't know about the Sicilian connection in the book. I didn't put it in there. And I was just through the eyes of the family. I knew my uncle was some kind of a top mob guy, but I didn't even know

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The Story of Paul 'Lefty' Della Universita With His Nephew Jerry Vairo

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:47 min | 1 year ago

The Story of Paul 'Lefty' Della Universita With His Nephew Jerry Vairo

"Paulie lefty Della university town. He was a protege of Lucky Luciano. And he left, he left an indelible mark on the mafia and American history. This is a guy who personally had his hand in events like the World War II allied invasion of Sicily, the birth of the Las Vegas casinos, the Cuban heroin connection, Jimmy Hoffa's disappearance and the Lufthansa, which was made popular in the film Goodfellas. But I'm telling you, you never heard of him. Well, I'm here to tell you he's real. I don't bullshit you. And on the phone with me straight from Florida is his great nephew, Jerry varro, Jerry. Well, what's up, AJ? How you doing, pal? I'm good. How about yourself? All right, I just. I just basically intro great uncle lefty and let the folks know a little about who he was, what he had his hands in, but there's a million things we could start with. We could start with his upbringing, et cetera, et cetera, his knowing is knowing numbers so well and his left hand that he knocked out a guy, didn't he kill a guy with a punch or some shit like that. And I know there's a big legend around his nickname, but I want to start in 1945. I think Pauley left these about 27 years old at the time and he had masterminded the biggest narcotics highest in American history by hearing about a large shipment of morphine from the New York docks. Got him about a half a $1 million and made him a major player in the mafia, right? That's basically the beginning of him becoming a big player, yeah? Well, at least the beginning when he was mentioned and The New York Times in that True Detective magazine, he did some stuff before that. But that's oh yeah. Yeah. That was when he was noticed by other guys. Like, who's this guy that gets away with doing that? Right. Now the thing that's really, I think when he really came to prominence and again, correct me from, I'm going on memory here, 'cause we sat down, you and I, many times, and I read the book, and I've done the radio shows with you, et cetera. But when this Sicilian stepped in and showed, they kind of showed lefty who really ran America's crime syndicate. And that basically was the Cosa Nostra back in Sicily. So Pauly gets promoted to a position that's basically the Sicilian ambassador to the American mob, right? Correct. He was made from what Tony Napoli told me. He was made at a young age by Lucky Luciano set that whole thing up because guys would be in deported left and right for drugs. They were into drugs big time. And Pauly was American born. So we couldn't be deported. And he was a 100% Sicilian, and he was loyal, and he was under the wing of Luciano and Jimmy alto. So he was a perfect candidate to be that

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"della" Discussed on Ringer FC

Ringer FC

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"della" Discussed on Ringer FC

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"della" Discussed on Ringer FC

Ringer FC

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"della" Discussed on Ringer FC

"Them guitar they would do a result by this is not huge surprisingly lost two out of s nacho to me the probably composite everything from not letting point of view was registered to pull. It was berlin again. Yes it's been a great signing. He's looking like rail against villarreal. So yes so. Ground to not too much ground lost and still in three just three points behind rally talk. You wanna talk about ansi fatty tony. Course i do the return of the boy king because everything about this was beautiful so so great. I didn't catch this game life. And when i saw the ansi fatty had scored i did. I didn't go into the highlights. I went straight to christine's line because often the joy not tunnel be so pure so just went to donna. Christine's timeline on twitter. Just read her lot off new tweets about ansi fatty and it was so pure gold. Not only come on. He came up with ten minutes to go boston. Toodle advocates levante big because of anti troublemakers bounced. They've been they've been very naughty for very long time. It comes the boss game. They had a big mcconnell race. Last season is fifty. No means assured boss land came out extremely confident kleberson real style and it comes with ten minutes to go and doesn't school like atop i didn't go i didn't go until super highlights and it i it was a beautiful goal sends the defend a wondering towards the corner probably still wondering there cuts inside crushes it in the corner and then runs off and the celebration is celebrating has raised onto the I think araujo racism up and then the players carry him hold him up and then he goes and celebrates with the doctor. Ana celebrates one. The doctors help to get back and he was out for like almost exact the three hundred twenty two days or something. Who's out injury. Oh yeah and he's back with wearing the number ten and it was. It was just a really beautiful moment. And the fact that the fact the pasta. And i said this in the charleston they have ansi fatty and petrie in the same eleven. General is a different kind of thing and obviously the the situation is vastly different. But it's very similar to the sokaia. Smith wrote arsenal. Yes you know academy graduates inside. It gives you a lot of goodwill of chelsea. What rudy could have done this season or even last season's malta was klay people out before everyone knew that they needed to clear out. Yes yes yes that's right that's right and there was in. There would have been enough. I think messi. Pk bruce katz diong and teigen as kind of like the spine with a load of academy graduates of.

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"della" Discussed on Ringer FC

Ringer FC

05:51 min | 1 year ago

"della" Discussed on Ringer FC

"Had gone to pettit. Worked amount you remember champions funnel we actually said on the focus the m whilst a load of people who are accusing pepper. Everything can we We said that we don't think yoga still enough for the final this time round. I think the situation was reversed. Actually pep needed. This victory overtook obviously to stop it being three in a row for. Oh since you have come chelsea manager also i think because after the opening day defeat the spurs people immediately put on the back foot right. Yeah there's been a little bit of spike in his coming out from pep in the last couple of weeks. We fly oversee the point against southampton last week. Harm the nodule. The thing about the funds come into stadiums and stuff. I think really really needed this result just to calm everything down a little bit calm. Were he was working. Macho teasha yes. He's done some interesting things in fashion. Wise hasni nassir told you. It's like a row in that piece over a year ago. He never really over. Never really go over alter aleve now. Not such a elisa told ed so anyway. What do you think this is. I think this is authority that served victory could have been more. I think there should have been three. No actually on balance in the balance play. It's funny because i. I was critical of of cities finishing in central areas. And then gabriel has you scored. The most forward goal by a goal of which eleven donkey would've been proud. Nothing the thing. Is that really city. The only things that you have to do more just convert consistently from central areas. Really it really because everything else they did. was was superb but silva was outstanding. And one thing i will say as well in him very good as well. One thing i'll say about chelsea is is impossible to understand this game without looking at the context of the previous three games where teams really went at chelsea and they didn't didn't school but they say they say knocked a paint of the chassis. So villa zenit and spurs shells clean sheets into those games. I think took would've looked to those and been like are like people can get us with a press if we go up so let city against the team. That's really good oppressing. And just shut things down while i work out to fix what's happening another thing. The one criticism. I'll make this tickled tightly. Brilliant one thing that we've seen in recent games is a takeover coverage has been brilliant against the press. Bring the bull out carrying out. And when he did more of that in the second half chelsea looked good. They looked impressive. And i'm just a bit. I suppose if it confused as to why that quality which has been showing so well. Recent games wasn't used more particularly because it felt like moments where city were would have allowed them something and the comparison. I want to draw between the leipzig game. Thrilled role with buying when leipzig press was brilliant and inflict brings on messiah and just goes run to the middle brighter. Them and they did that and it changed the balance of the game. I just wonder if took who regrets. Not running the guts of Running the gossip earlier. The one thing i want to mention this what was three five to right So upfront you had vanna under kaku. I've never felt the car. Co invented would work well in front to help you the front three. Because they didn't. The ben is really link. Player like conferences says a bit concerned about an affront to ben kaku and to be honest. That's kinda how played out so. Yeah i just think that took kind this one. This one a bit wrong. It's just so interesting house. A very very smallest tactical decisions or ariza site just become huge in games. This link place the hardest thing. Isn't it like yeah. Got the fi- if you need someone to connect mkaku mason. Mount was probably a bigger mess. Actually if you're gonna play van a just cocky. I think you're right that someone like hobbits needs to be because they offer different problems in terms of occupying apartment. Yes and hobbits together. They can complement macaca quite law. I think van on his own. As actually i actually think he did okay though there was that what in the first half where he made that really good run broke through the middle and held. The bulletin managed to get the bowling quite well. We james for example way to occupy down that right hand side like dealing with consoler jagr was a problem. Big problem and i thought that's where see she lived the most dangerous especially the which is funny because city on chelsea's right flank in recent seasons has been the strongest actor the play an all says. Well it's kind of as the matchup tommasi final match up. You had james in that who was outstanding but greyish release. Yeah greatest greatest upgrade great in the sense that like what he's doing the moment for sitting mentioned before the poor cost just playing within the flow of the game and like that in the game come to him displaying one to touch and keeping a moving very very cost actually In terms of the economy of movement and touch and he would just finding gaps everywhere. I think the problem. I said this before. Anything ube chelsea just invited too much pressure. That was obviously the poison that tickle picked and i think it was a mistake because you invite that much prussia you will yield something and they did and i don't think we had to be that conservative. To be honest with iran have to be yeah did may have to be either either but took afterwards was quite honest assessment of ages said we did everything we might moma slight Sloppier them usually went as intense as usual with everything. A little bit slower at. You could see that like say which is shopper. Way more on it was kind of similar to be honest to the dynamic in the spurs game when also just looked a fraction quicker more intense. I think they were. The gap was bigger. I think.

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Jobs Report Disappoints — Only 235,000 Positions Added vs. Expectations of 720,000

NBC Nightly News

01:47 min | 1 year ago

Jobs Report Disappoints — Only 235,000 Positions Added vs. Expectations of 720,000

"That highly contagious delta and having a major impact on the economy so many employers looking for workers yet. The new jobs report showing us. Us hiring falling far short of expectations in august. So what's going on. Our stephanie rule explains today disappointment and a disconnect only two hundred and thirty five thousand jobs created just a third of what was expected despite a record ten million job openings and employers desperate to find workers. There's no question. The della variant is why today's job report is stronger. I know people were looking at. I was hoping for a higher number the surging delta variant putting the brakes on months of strong job growth. That's pushed the unemployment rate to the lowest level. Since the beginning of the pandemic hiring had been driven largely by restaurants bars and hotels. But in all of this that came to a halt employers hired fewer people because consumers are going out less and people are not applying for jobs that could expose them to cove it. This is seven and a half million out of work. Americans will lose federal unemployment benefits beginning this weekend. Another three million. We'll see their weekly checks cut by three hundred dollars. It's an abrupt end to federal aid available since the start of the pandemic in new mexico. Jessica healthy has been receiving four hundred sixty nine dollars a week. It will drop to one sixty nine on without these unemployment benefits. What would that mean to you. That means that some of my bill won't get paid while many who lost benefits in the summer did not return to work. This fall with schools reopening a steady rise in wages and other pandemic relief ending. The hope is more people start working again. But some economists warn that it may take time. Most of those. Many millions of people are not going to be able to find jobs

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The International Ramifications of the U.S. Withdrawal From Afghanistan

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:15 min | 1 year ago

The International Ramifications of the U.S. Withdrawal From Afghanistan

"Black In in that case in you just said that we cannot compare The events of the last few days either to saigon. Oh even to. Jimmy carter as somebody who is a. Pm of the of the british opera house is somebody who is a canadian as well. What are the international ramifications of what we have just seen when you'll blaming our allies our partners in the country prior administrations went already. The media organs of the chinese communist state are saying quote unquote headlines. Bidoon will surrender taiwan. Next how how can send a you. As an observer of presidential politics that there will be very very serious ramifications. I'm very concerned. And i think the parallel there is with the bay of pigs President kennedy was fearful of fiasco at the bay of pigs few months after he was inaugurated in nineteen sixty one would embolden the soviet union. That's precisely what happened. And they you know they. We now know that the head short range. Nuclear missiles already deployed on the launcher before it was discovered by. Us intelligence that four hundred thousand two old divisions a soviet armed forces in cuba in-country and they've been there for some months before american intelligence defected. This right under the nose. Eight minutes away in a jet aircraft from for miami and and And then he was afraid that it would embolden the russian su something impetuous which is what happened. He and we of course will settled very. I would say we didn't quite statesmanlike manner but but that sort of thing does encourage those who have an appetite to be aggressive. And if they think they're facing a vacuum or facing a completely irresolute opponent than it is extremely dangerous. And i mean you know. We got all kinds of historical parallels for this as hitler himself said after he saw chamberlain and della at munich. He thought he could do anything he

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"della" Discussed on Short Stories for Kids: The Magic Factory of Storytelling

Short Stories for Kids: The Magic Factory of Storytelling

05:29 min | 1 year ago

"della" Discussed on Short Stories for Kids: The Magic Factory of Storytelling

"Mouse became friends and so did the dog and cat and they all lived in peace and harmony. Thanks to the unusual trio and their peacemaking wisdom the end grand mark included. I think the title of this story should be unusual trio said della smiling your right della cheer replied now. You have to go to sleep now. I will take you to the park tomorrow. And we'll get ice creams and all the snacks you want all. Thanks grandma bala good night. You're welcome darling. Della grandma bella replied and kissed her good night. The end.

"della" Discussed on WHOREible Decisions

WHOREible Decisions

06:53 min | 1 year ago

"della" Discussed on WHOREible Decisions

"Everything all black all black. Everything is right. there is the black thing. Guess what decision. We're about to make a decision koha time. I this episode from you guys. This is an episode. With two people. That i have to talk to every week gang guys. Another episode of horrible decision That's right today is episode with Mandy who. I worked with for four years known for fifteen and ironically a repeat guest. I do for facts sake with we've already had on and when many our starting our podcast we talked to eddie and i'm just really grateful that my co-host get along we follow each other and everything beef. No no no not. It's like the x. Men everyone's got their power. Not we're all doing our own little challenge like storms. You can make it happen. I'm like ant man running around so all right. So i want to direct you guys before we always talk about the end of episode mandy and i have structured patriot differently. We have new tears Of course you know you get bonus episodes. We always talk about the ba- now. We actually offer four monthly. We offer video for all of our patriot episode. That a new for the tunnel. That's right except for the town hall And honestly we've been super excited to offer behind the scenes stuff We've been having our cameraman wolf. Follow us in our homes in getting things after before the episodes if you want to see some content like that run over to patriot now i feel at ease like the least disgusting person i know. I don't even know. I never had sex lots of it. We're getting. we don't have many white feet long. And i know you're not white. You're actually i'm happily. Why but. I sound very bobby. I sound like even just said. Yeah i giant. You know just like that's going to be the funniest part about this whole lot. Because the way he talked like not many of the gas now on this show. I sound like a girl thing. Wieder he just said oh. Yeah like i'm gonna like interviewing people on the street and when they saw what did you see sir. No now eddie i have. Yeah you have your own ways to give us your sex. I should we do it. The time like we moan. We'd be like give me that dick. You can't hear me. Like i wanna hear you give me a petty. What is the ben. I've done a lot. You know up in here. i can't just jump into it. amounts lube rate a slide. I'll face grabber face. Grab the cheek in that. Little dominance is nice. I'm a big consent guys touch on a bit consent guys some like a discussion before. And she's like it's all good. It's all good. I'm sure and then i like grabbing the face getting closed and really like whispering but like stern whispering. What when you're reprimand you in a store like get the fuck over like that. You're a little bit. That listen i'm gonna send to my girlfriend's family so go. Hey hey mom and dad. This is what my boyfriend has to me. This right we went to we had food yesterday. That was a lot of fun. We had escargot. Oh yes as card guy. I had it for the first time apparent under the apple towel. And i was like another thing does not my in this podcast. I don't think so. Okay so i've never had it before. She took me their french restaurant. I'm laura i i never asked s cargo. I had to ask her. Go to the bathroom. It was brought. I don't know what happened yet. It is my second time in new york city diarrhea days in a row. Because we did. It's snails my both. Those words. don't sound good. I ate it and then when we were walking around. Let us shop the whole time. There's there's there's like a little right in here and she was just. Let's go in here. Could try this on like get the fuck out of the story. Lady aren't going to fucking destroy with when you need to shit around. I'm not. I'm almost we're getting. She's like listen. If my holes are ruined your whole ruin something. It's going to be one of those things so any any whole so. I went to the bathroom. These you sit spray. Pray but i decided in a public bathroom. No no my hotel room. The point really like should i switch rooms. Wow that's bad. So i just wanna say thank you. I feel ready. I'm ready to be on camera. I feel great awesome. Thank you drained all my fluids. Shout out to lucienne and zack. There's my one of my favorite restaurants and eddie literally sits down and he goes. Oh man this new york back. And he opens many goes. Whoa twenty six dollars for a burger. Okay listen stomach you live in. La was i mean how was that a lie and then what do you mean. Oh no no no. It doesn't mean that could be cheap. Actually this lays expensive. Yeah that's true so you can't say new york is expensive. When you live in la with coming up from alabama or even orlando city you coming from la. It's gotta be good though so good. Yeah all right anyway. The point is as i've a weak stomach. But i'll eat pussy so there you go. I know you ladies like that sort of talk. 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Extreme Heat Wave and Drought Continues in the West

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:47 sec | 1 year ago

Extreme Heat Wave and Drought Continues in the West

"West. Here's CBS News meteorologist Jeff Bureau Della number of heat waves per year has tripled since 1960 extreme heat waves are 3 to 5 degrees hotter and we're in an unprecedented drought right now. In Utah. Drop conditions are extreme KUTV reporter Kelly Farmers are feeling this hard. There's indicators like the Great Salt Lake is going to be lower now than it was in the Dust Bowl state. Rep. Joel Fairies family has farmed this land for 120 years. They used the Bear River for irrigation Right now it's blowing at 50 cubic feet per second. Normally 2000 Tony Richards is a resource coordinator in the conservation division of the Utah Department of Agriculture and Food. We've got a lot of crops that are being abandoned because they don't have enough water. The number of people

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Anxiety, Explained with Luana Marques

10% Happier with Dan Harris

02:00 min | 1 year ago

Anxiety, Explained with Luana Marques

"Do you define anxiety. So i think there are lots of definitions but less think about it and overestimation of threat in the rest of nation of your ability to actually handle that threat it's really related to what you're saying to yourself right. Anxiety affects our thoughts. Our emotions our behaviors really our prediction. That we can't handle what's gonna be thrown at us. This is navigating the world fretful frightfully. Both in terms of the challenges we face and our resources. It's absolutely right now. We imagined that resources are not going to be enough to handle. Whatever it is predicting is about to happen. That will have a negative impact. What do we know about what exactly does to the brain. Zaidi really often turns on our amid la the old lizard brang and allows us to start preparing for five flight or freeze in extreme signs of anxiety. It also does something unique about our ability to think it turns off. Our prefrontal cortex should say it is just not as activity. So that's why often when somebody comes to me and says hey i'm anxious and i can't think straight and that's absolutely right. Your brain is just not working. it's best when designing it becomes too much. It's so interesting. Because i mean this is sometimes referred to as the amid della hijack that you get activated the libertarian gets going the repealing folds of the brain are activated and the newer parts of the brain. The prefrontal cortex which does are planning and rational thinking the ability to use that goes close to zero. Sometimes it really does because we don't have some things to run for an alliance in fact the body shuts down a lot of the oregon's so if you are really in a threat situation often people are gonna say in a stomach ache or a have in. I'm sweating that's your body. Just preparing you for dealing with what needs to be dealt with. It would just keeping you safe. And you don't really think in fact you don't

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When DNA Research Doesn't Benefit All of Us

The Pulse

01:30 min | 1 year ago

When DNA Research Doesn't Benefit All of Us

"When pulse reporters journal. A heavy has a question about her family history. She knows exactly where to turn her. Mother and some of that history is on display in their house. In fact at the entry of our home we you come in. Our home is all the ancestors on the wall. That's my mom octavia mcbride. She got her knack for sleuthing when she was a news reporter in the late eighties and every time i had an assignment for school that involve family history. Choose the person i went to. Yeah i was excited. Because i felt like i was passing the baton to you because i was always sort of liked the person collecting the pictures and the stories. So i i get great strength and pride from knowing my family stories sharing them and passing them along to my own children and my nieces and nephews and sojourner does your mom do her research with paper records or how does she go about it. Yeah it's been a mix of paper records and story. She's heard over the years from relatives so for example. My mom was able to piece together. The story of her grandmother della mae. She had my mother. Sally by a white man and of course nineteen thirty one those types of relationships and the children that came from them. You know they were legal. So the white family who was pretty prominent place. My mother and the home of a sort of fair skinned family where my mother would would not stick out

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Latinos Role in NASA and Mars Perseverance

Latino USA

01:38 min | 1 year ago

Latinos Role in NASA and Mars Perseverance

"Dna through he'll with working late at nastase. Jpl jet propulsion laboratory in pasadena. California the night before the perseverance rover would finally touchdown on the surface of mars. That night. i think it was the only reflecting on that reflecting also when family understanding how far we have gotten us humanity and recognizing that everybody is going to get to see what we're about to do on mars as flight director for the rover. Deanna knew that in just a couple of hours should be a part of history. I was setting up and getting ready for the first spanish language. Landing broadcast and nasa has done for a planetary mission. Orla obama despite while he admitted they order presents yet. Quincy aurora della nasa perseverance equivocal. Doj got his massive data scientists that beneath deanna would lead this broadcast and give a play by play as the rover inch closer and closer to landing. The idea for spanish language broadcasts came to her when she was working on another mars mission about a decade ago curiosity it came to my mind may be like a week or a few days before. Curiosity landed in two thousand twelve. But since then i've been going to the media office Time there's a major mission happening like hey. We should listen spanish. Hey we should do this. In spanish and yet so right before perseverance started. I mentioned it again and constantly feel like for seven years and then they said yes

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Microsoft Pledges to Be Carbon Negative by 2030

Planet Money

02:01 min | 1 year ago

Microsoft Pledges to Be Carbon Negative by 2030

"The ceo of microsoft gone on onstage at microsoft headquarters. Please welcome saatchi. now della. He walks on and stands facing the crowd behind on. There's this wall covered with these healthy looking green leaves. Thank you so very much. It's fantastic to be here today. It kind of looks like a ted talk crossed with the product announcement. That's corporations it up opposite. Actions must be aligned to helping solve the world's problems not create new ones and then he gets to microsoft's new pledge to fight climate change today. You're making the commitment that by twenty thirty microsoft will be carbon negative carbon negative. What does that even mean. Microsoft has offices around the world that use lots of electricity they have fleets of cars and trucks. Data centers. That use diesel. All of those things mean carbon emissions but somehow the ceo of microsoft is saying his company's going to eliminate all those carbon emissions even better reverse them their plan. The answer in part has to do with what's displayed on the screen above him images of giant pristine forests forests trees. These are not just nice. Nature images trees are gonna solve some serious climate accounting problems for microsoft. This is the decade to take bold steps forward to address a most pressing challenges. Thank you one. Fifth of the world's largest companies have made pledges this one to reduce their carbon footprint. Two zero or beyond. They've done the math and decided that they can do this. In part by paying someone across the world to save trees. Which really is that really. We're gonna do this.

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AstraZeneca’s Covid-19 Vaccine is Found to Be 79% Effective in U.S. Study

Derek Hunter

00:32 sec | 2 years ago

AstraZeneca’s Covid-19 Vaccine is Found to Be 79% Effective in U.S. Study

"Results of a large scale US study of the AstraZeneca corona virus vaccine or in correspondent Charles Della Desmond says the data is encouraging findings indicate not only that the vaccine has a 79% efficacy rate at preventing symptomatic covert 19 but is 100% effective in stopping severe disease on hospitalization? Investigators say the vaccine is effective across all ages, including older people, which previous studies in other countries have failed to

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Iran Inaugurates New Underground Missile Facility

Nightside with Dan Rea

03:39 min | 2 years ago

Iran Inaugurates New Underground Missile Facility

"News story out of Iran is that the Revolutionary Guard. They've inaugurated a new underground missile facility that was intended designated for missile storage reported by state TV. I mean, so there are transparent to that extent. On by the commander of the Revolutionary Guard who we first met when I say we, the United States first met with the embassy takeover. In November of 1979. He said the cruise and ballistic missiles will empower the forces Navy even more. They had a TV report that showed footage of scores of missiles in an enclosed space resembling an underground corridor. And they claimed that these missiles contractual 2000 kilometers, which is 1200 miles Um, placing much of the Middle East, including Israel within range, and I'm not mistaken. There was a bit of a dust up today. I think that Iranian forces Struck a U. S military base in Syria. And I think there was a little bit of a problem over the weekend with with an oil tanker in the strait of her moves. It just seems that they're just spoiling for a fight. Even even again. You know, a few weeks after we've have have resumed participation in these talks. Am I missing something? When the the Washington has, uh has had talks to try and re enter the J C P away, but it has not yet done so on. It is requesting certain focus and understanding from Iran before doing so we'll have to see Where Iran takes it. But yes, Iran's the military prowess has always been very, very important in the region in the world. The Iranian military power when the molars took over in Tehran that you mentioned 1979 when they did take over is the Iranian army was the world's largest army. Andre the always been a very, very strong military force in the region. They fought a decade long war with their neighbor Iraq at the time in the 19 eighties on into the 19 nineties. On But But yes, one would. One would hope that the world does understand as I mentioned in the beginning when you live closer to to a country like that. I think you understand it better. It's all very well to live tens of thousands of miles away from from Iran. But if you don't have to deal with what they're doing, and they're undermining Off the Middle East on bits all over the Middle East, their connections in Lebanon and in Syria and in Iraq and in the Yemen on their meddling in affairs in governments all over the Middle East. When one begins to understand. I think Iran and what it's focusing in on and it's revolutionary. God are incredibly problematic. And Ruth that group lists, of course, know, Della,

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Super Nintendo World opening in Universal Japan on March 18

Kinda Funny Games Daily

00:36 sec | 2 years ago

Super Nintendo World opening in Universal Japan on March 18

"Nintendo world as an opening date and japan. This maria della sandra over at games industry is universal studios. Japan announced that its nintendo theme parks. Super nintendo world will finally be opening on thursday march eighteenth. Super nintendo world is based in osaka. And it's opening was delayed several times due to the covid nineteen pandemic. Meanwhile we talked about last week the. Us is super nintendo world set to open universal's upcoming epic universe park in orlando florida has been delayed to two thousand twenty five the orlando sentinel reported. Construction was delayed due to covid nineteen and has only just resumed. Universal said it was initially scheduled to open in twenty twenty

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"della" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"della" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Talking about her grandmother Della, right. You talked about Right here will meet him. She was 12 years old, she said. When that happened, Della was working at a white man's house. He came up to her and gave her a warning. Which we need to let you know. Contains the n word. And this man came home. The man she was working for. And he told he said, dollar You stay here in this house. He came in. He had a room with a lot of guns and came to get this gun. He said. You stay here you'll be safe there. We're gonna kill some Adele. It didn't listen to him. She was afraid for her nephew. So she went to sound the alarm. So she say that when he left home, she ran out of the house, the war her sister so she could find her son. And she says she ran on home and she got home. They were living on front street during that time, she said, when she got home She told assistant Have her son happened to be there at the time that they were so glad because she said he knew he'd been one of them was killed. So they put him up on it. The house up in the chimney Della's nephew was a good looking single guy who's popular with white women. He was right to hide and she said when they came looking for him for the search their house, but they knew where he lived. But he'd been in so much trouble. And she said that they ran All of beneath the house. There were but he was still up in that chimney didn't go up in there to look does nephew was safe. But around town violence was building first at Alexander's newspaper, the daily record. The red shirts went there, and they didn't find Alexander. But they burned the building down printing press and all. Then they moved on when they cross over Market Street and go one to the North side. These were the first three murders take place. Glenn Anthony Harris lives in Wilmington and teaches history at the UNC campus there. This is where the first intimidations taken place. Is that where the shots take place? This is where the fights take place, Glenn says. The terrorists even mounted a machine gun on a wagon. That gun was cutting edge technology at the time, and they turned it on black residents, and it is a.

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