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So Hot Right Now: Why We Love the Chile Pepper

Gastropod

01:52 min | 3 weeks ago

So Hot Right Now: Why We Love the Chile Pepper

"This might sound like a just so story. But why is the chili pepper hub and said that we spoke to marazul procedure. She's a chef and culinary historian and she wrote an incredibly beautiful book called peppers of the americas which traces chili peppers all the way back to their south american origin so their forebears of today's peppers and tomatoes split off from sister about two feet median years ago in south america myself suspect then millions of years ago peppers looked and smelled like a tasty snack to the animals in the region. Which was the problem. Because the chili peppers precious seeds would get destroyed in most animal guts and chili peppers. Want to have baby chili peppers and tilles developed a defence strategy. It devilish non-poisonous thing In the form of facing which is an alkaloid said it's painful to most animals. They spots they avoided them but burst. Didn't birds have this amazing ability to not feel the heat sensation. Because they don't have the same heat receptors in their mouths or their skin. The way we do joining the chili. Chorus is denise coon. He's the chili pepper researcher at new mexico state university home to the one and only chili pepper institute and so they can eat lots and lots of these tiny little berries and pass it through their digestive system unharmed and grows into a new plant whereas s mammals. We can feel the heat and it passes through desk system and actually our our system destroys the seeds so it can't grow into a new plant. And that's kinda why we think that the chili pepper plant evolved caps and wants to keep mammals from eating them but then look at. What do denise told us. Chili peppers are the only plants in the world that produce kept sason and because chile's are making kept space and to protect their precious needs. They put most of that protection right around those seeds.

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Shortage Leaves Many Wondering When Tapioca Will Return

All Things Considered

02:24 min | Last month

Shortage Leaves Many Wondering When Tapioca Will Return

"There is a national shortage of Boba. The dark, chewy pearls of tapioca typically found in bubble TV, which Is a milk tea or a fruit tea. Then you have these beautiful toppings, and they range from your typical pearls and red bean to really funky stuff like chia seeds and fruit that is Denise Giraldo Gordon in Brooklyn. As soon as she found out about the shortage, she ran to her closest tea shop to preview Bob Ellis future I got my first Boba tea without pearls. For the first time in my life. I never even considered not getting pearls and had a moment of like, Let me just see what this feels like. Bubble tea originated in Taiwan in the 19 eighties. It first came to the US through Asian American communities. But now tea shops and Boba fans are everywhere. But a lover Yoon is a vice president for the distributor Boba direct, He says The current scarcity is due to logistics issues affecting many industries. Too many shipments from Asia Not enough processing capacity in the U. S. What I hear from fray four orders and The trucking industry is we all need help. We need additional workers in the past month. Every week. We have to worry about Hey, where we're running out of this flavor. This tap Yoko, where one out of These items, even down to the straw that's abdomen, Sharif and owner of the Chai Tea Shop in a Chicago suburb. His store opened on Lee eight months ago. Every week. We have to take a flavor off of our menu because we just don't have it, and we're not gonna have it. For 23 weeks now going without Boba might not be everyone's cup of tea, but you can add in other toppings. There's Coconut jellies. There's popping Boba as Crystal ball was different Talk is deck and some of it For the time being. And for Denise Giraldo Gordon, No. Bobo was ultimately no problem and it was great. I didn't miss it at all. I just needed to prepare mentally. She may have to prepare mentally for awhile. Oliver use best guest is the Boba backlog will clear around midsummer.

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Interview With Danica of WatchDanicaWork

Black Women Travel Podcast

02:07 min | Last month

Interview With Danica of WatchDanicaWork

"Can you please tell us your name where you're from your current location and the name of your business absolutely so. My name is denise nelson. I m from toronto ontario canada currently here as well my social at is at the nika s nelson on all the things and i am currently employed as a senior product marketing manager in the tech slash e commerce space and. I'm also part time educator at college here so you're staying true to your jamaican rates because that's not even all that you do. That was just a nice neat. Put a on it intro. Right wise Course dabble in a little speaking here in their. And yes but my background is jamaican. And i'm going to try to keep it humble for today. I don't know where that does a stereotype. But like is that a real thing. Because i from the time that i spent their people have one job. They wouldn't question. I don't know i resent is that a jamaican outside of jamaica stereotype. It's a good question. I don't know i like to keep it humble but i know that jamaicans are typically like very proud and proud people so you actually grew up going back to the island from time to time. Didn't you talk to us about when you were young and what your travel. Experience was like please. Yeah for sure. I actually didn't go back and forth too often. I've actually only went once as a child for a wedding. And that was kind of my introduction to leave in canada and seeing the world. And i think that's what started or what that's what ignited by interest in trouble so i i didn't get to travel as much as i think. A lot of my peers have like we didn't really take family vacations We didn't really. I didn't really have a lot of money growing up so It was it was take that one play in grade three to live my best life for three weeks in comeback. Continue dreaming about. What if they do this for longer term. So what did your

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Some students return to classrooms at Seattle schools

Noon Report with Rick Van Cise

01:02 min | Last month

Some students return to classrooms at Seattle schools

"Than a year of remote instruction, the Seattle school district started bringing students back to classrooms today. First to return preschool and special ed students come most Carleen Johnson reports. Kia has spent the last year helping her four boys with remote classes. But she was most concerned for her son, Aaron, who has a specialized learning plan and has struggled with remote learning and not getting the services. He is used to. If he needs that he needs that one on one, you know. Chemicals teachers. You know he's doing good, you know, but he still needs that one. I want it. Erin it about 20. Other students showed up this morning at South Shore K through eight for the first time in person, the state's largest district is still negotiating with the teachers union on the return of middle and high school students. You know, the governor's directive is to be in schools by April 19th for 6 12 and we will be Asked about students whose grades have suffered under remote learning depression anxiety. Superintendent Denise Do, you know, told Coma, they will be offering a robust summer school program and will have additional resource is for students to finish out this year and mortgage going into the fall.

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Some students return to classrooms at Seattle schools

Noon Report with Rick Van Cise

01:02 min | Last month

Some students return to classrooms at Seattle schools

"After more than a year of remote instruction, the Seattle school district started bringing students back to classrooms today. First to return preschool and special ed students come most Carleen Johnson reports. Kia has spent the last year helping her four boys with remote classes. But she was most concerned for her son, Aaron, who has a specialized learning plan and has struggled with remote learning and not getting the services. He is used to. If he needs that he needs that one on one, you know. Chemicals teachers. You know he's doing good, you know, but he still needs that one. I want it. Erin it about 20. Other students showed up this morning at South Shore K through eight for the first time in person, the state's largest district is still negotiating with the teachers union on the return of middle and high school students. You know, the governor's directive is to be in schools by April 19th for 6 12 and we will be Asked about students whose grades have suffered under remote learning depression anxiety. Superintendent Denise Do, you know, told Coma, they will be offering a robust summer school program and will have additional resource is for students to finish out this year and mortgage going into the

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Cuomo, state leaders agree to legalize marijuana

Bloomberg Daybreak

00:45 sec | Last month

Cuomo, state leaders agree to legalize marijuana

"Governor Andrew Cuomo. Senate Majority Leader Andrea Start, Cousins and Assembly Speaker Carl Heastie last night announced an agreement on legislation to legalize the Don't use cannabis in New York. Bloomberg's Denise Pellegrini reports bill would established the Office of Cannabis Management to implement a comprehensive regulatory framework to cover medical adult use and cannabinoid hemp. The bill would also expand New York state's existing medical, marijuana and him programs. The legislation provides licensing for marijuana producers, distributors, retailers and other participants in the cannabis market tax collection from the legalization is expected to reach $350 million a year and the industry could potentially create 30,000 to 60,000 jobs.

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Biden, advocates renew calls for gun reform after Colorado shooting

Nightline

05:06 min | Last month

Biden, advocates renew calls for gun reform after Colorado shooting

"Good evening. Thank you for joining us tonight. The horror and folding a supermarket in boulder colorado a gun and kill ten people including one police officer now the community remembering the victims and reflecting on his dark history with mass shootings. Here's abc's will car. I just started counting in between shots and listening to see what direction was heading for. Sarah moonshadow a normal trip to the grocery with a twenty one year. Old son active. Get away turned into a terrifying day. That will haunt her forever. Once we got outside i noticed. Thorough people laying in the street and they weren't moving and my son grabbed me and said no. We can't do anything out in the open so we ran just happened here. Guys is the moment. Americans fear shooter for too many experienced. We've got people down inside. Cooper's fully tenor dead after carnage unfolded at the king's super grocery store in boulder colorado denise song. Nevin stand his sick ricky old loner for kovac. Suzanne terry leaker eric. Tally kevin mahoney lynn. Murray and jodi waters night their loved ones were united in grief just one week after another mass shooting in atlanta leaving many to wonder what will take to stop the bloodshed this tragedy and a nightmare for boulder county. It's a horrific broken as a nation to see that we've returned to ever old patterns of of mass shooting for those who were at the scene. Absolute shock smell the gun powder so they were pretty close. We were like sitting ducks instead. Shaking with this the poor shots crack through the air around two thirty monday afternoon. The alleged gunman opened fire in the parking lot. Have an asset sitter. Then he went inside right here. D- chiller came to shop for groceries and steady in film. This people lying in three guys. He went in the store all got. You got people down inside. Keep super bully. Police responded within minutes quickly surrounding the building around officer. Eric tally was the first member of law enforcement on the see out here down. Police engaged in a shootout with the suspect officer. Tally was gunned down his service and his sacrifice will never be forgotten. Sir moonshadow tells my colleague matt gutman that she hasn't been able to stop thinking about the shooting. Is the one that you can't shake my son's face. Seeing my son scared like that. I told him we only have three seconds. Like we have to move now. Just don't look anywhere. Don't hesitate don't stand up and just run. Just read about an hour up to the shooting started. Police took the suspect into custody with a gunshot wound in the leg. He was transported to the hospital for treatment now in stable condition. The suspect has been identified as ahmad elissa. Twenty-one of vodka two suspects now charged with ten counts of first degree murder is being held without bail among the lives lost the first to respond boulder police. Officer eric tally officer. Eric tally died heroically. Eleven years on the force. A husband and father of seven is grief stricken mother. Judy speaking to our affiliate. Koa t even so gay played when she heard there was a shooting in boulder. She combed through the video looking for her son for the call finally came like gave his just saved those people another victim twenty five year old ricky old a manager at the grocery store whose family described her as a firecracker signing a family says they watch the livestream in horror desperately trying to reach her. We actually heard gunshots. Were breaking down into tears and hasn't even came on a news. Feed yep denise. Another king super employees remembered by a classmate he was a free spirit and and he just did what what he loved and didn't really care what other people thought sixty one year old kevin mahoney. Who just last summer walked his daughter down the aisle on twitter. She revealed he was about to become a grandfather tweeting. I know he would want me to be strong for his granddaughter. All lives believed to be taken at the hand of one man. The alleged shooter born in syria emigrated to the us at three years. Old is now a. Us citizen and twenty seventeen. He was charged with third degree assault for intimidation and menacing related to an incident in a denver suburb and at twenty eighteen. He was charged with criminal mischief.

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Minnesota Senate Passes Bill Mandating Standardized Testing

Justice and Drew

01:47 min | 2 months ago

Minnesota Senate Passes Bill Mandating Standardized Testing

"Want to live their life. So he passed a bill I saw Danny suspect the president of Education Minnesota tweeting about encouraging parents to opt out of standardized testing, which I thought was a really odd stance for a teacher's union president to take But give us a little background on this bill, you passed that would that would bring the standardized testing in this year, and why education Minnesota and Denise Spect are telling parents to pull your kids out. Standardized testing because we have been telling the governor get the kids back in the classroom five days a week for a long time, months and months and months, parochial schools had their kids in school. Other states have their kids in school. But education. Minnesota didn't want to have the teachers pack in the classroom with Governor aligned with them over the kids. Well, everybody knows that if they're not getting educated, they're there. They're how they're doing is gonna fall farther and farther behind. So then you hear the President Biden and others in our state saying, Well, maybe we just shouldn't test them this year, and we're going. No way We need this. We need to see how far back they have had done behind because of not being in the classroom, and so Our bill says, Look, they got to be tested. We need to know the results of bad decisions and keeping our kids out of school, not letting them play sports, making them have masks when they play sports. Warning. T quarantining them for 14 days when everybody else is 10 so they can't compete. I mean, there's been so many decisions that are, you know, just have really had a told on kids, and so We want to make sure they get tested so we can draw see where they're at. Yeah,

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Seattle Superintendent of Schools Denise Juneau to resign earlier than planned

News, Traffic and Weather

00:18 sec | 2 months ago

Seattle Superintendent of Schools Denise Juneau to resign earlier than planned

"Announced last December. She intended to leave her job by June of 2021. She had a strained relationship with the school board over her handling of the Corona virus pandemic. Now, Juno says she will leave by May 1st to ease the transition to interim successor. Brent Jones and the Bellevue Arts Museums Board of trustees has accepted the

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Bahubali Shete CEO of TinyChef on His Journey to 1M Voice App Users

The Voicebot Podcast

08:30 min | 2 months ago

Bahubali Shete CEO of TinyChef on His Journey to 1M Voice App Users

"Remember when you and i i spoke about what you were doing that. You're working on the the knobs and the scale different things in order to automate all the mechanical parts of cooking. And then you're going to add. Recipes is just that was like sort of a secondary element in some ways and you totally flipped. It eliminated the first part. So i guess that makes more sense because you started out in the iot that's equipment and then you wound up determining that wasn't the best way to go. So what data points did you get. And and how did you collect those data points. The convince you to make the switch in your focus so Don't change the cooking equipment very often in the sense that smart kitchen appliances which are coming definitely You need smart kitchen appliance. You need robotics but consumers do not have enough space in the kitchen to add more wrote gadgets in the kitchen they already have enough and they don't chain them in unless there are no small blender on those kind of products so the basic cooking up a novel on wednesday by his dad with them for any answer fifteen years and it's it's not easy to change and you cannot retrofit on these devices because they're so attached to things that the look and feel and us except those products are very important so i felt that numis been not willing to know either it off changes equipments and hence the market was becoming very niche game smart kitchen appliances and i felt that i was right in saying that that it is going to be yields before the Plans has become a commodity. And become you know get used to them and start using them in the kitchen and in the meantime you know me as a startup definitely wanted to find where the pinpoint sought and assault them. And that's really felt that the pain points really in the journey and that's where we shifted our focus to this. How long did it take you to come to that conclusion to be already reality mad about you. Know five thousand knobs and be able to ship it to them. We made a road running campaign and all that and then we had noted on everything. Get so you had a indigo kickstarter. Yeah in new right. So you fully funded that you actually produce the product you could have shipped them the product but at that point you decided it's it'll be better for us to refund the money than to have to deploy this product in support it because you didn't really believe in that market segment anymore. I say so. That must have been a very painful decision to make. It's it's both painful as well as emotional for me. Because i come from robotics in address space and i'm so attached to hardware. I believe i can saw putting hardware than getting away from data and then being myself as a businessman rather than being technologist was said that a decision so tell me how that decision played out. was that just. You looked at the data. You made the decision or did you have a mentor. advisors other people in the company that you consulted with. How did that play out. This is really important. I know a lot of people have had go through these pivots and this is sort of a soft pivot but a significant one. Be great to share your experience on that. Yeah definitely for explain a very major role in that. So it is in vlad. I met so many People i met from meek it companies see yours to Big marketing gle ascent from campbell. Nestle and unilever walmart so many people and then i had the vehicle does the idea in understand the views on it and definitely doesn't have any clear advice coming from all of them which was also deflecting in my initial trials Consumers that it was difficult for them to add up or product in that existing kitchen and yeah a lot of an Next so it was. You talked to a lot of people they all gave you. Basically the same advice you were seeing the problems on the customer side so it just became obvious even though there was a painful decision for you emotionally given your background. Yeah well it's hard to. It's hard to kill the baby right. I mean i think that's what we would say is a baby for adoption or whatever it is you're doing and focus So then the the feature that you thought was going to be complementary to your main product became the product so once you decided that this how did you change. How did you change your strategy. What did that mean was going. You're going to be doing differently. Reduced doing more of the stuff that you already doing the recipe side or did you have to basically start over I had to start or in some sense It was in the same direction. Same solution same in a find though solid from the consumer angle but the approach is completely different. I i i i may have said this in one of the podcast but you know one of the consumer is such just nine initially conducted a focus group discussion. One lady told me a benign asked her a question that what is that your family as as it acknowledgee vici-. You had that in the kitchen to help you in the kitchen. And she said google maps to said my husband who is seventy plus. Now who couldn't drive denise back even in our own city now he's able to drive in any part of the world anyplace from any to any point with all the confidence just because he has maps. It doesn't get up. And i wish that technology was available in the kitchen with which i can walk. Can anybody can walk into the kitchen. Cook any dish they will and that goes in iowa for me. So that's fascinating so that's a really interesting insight so you you spoke with this one customer and you realize what they needed was google maps for cooking. And it's really interesting because we really think about recipes is being more mechanics of it. So how do i know what to do. When and what sequence. But it's really as much as anything a confidence builder if you could build them something like a cooking concierge or adviser that helps them through the entire process. So there's both a functional and emotional aspect to it grew and when i looked at it I also realized that there is so much of resources so many this is available in thumbs up man you can find it as a bs in a local all lack but still not satisfied for the simple reason that didn't know what to trust because it's one thing about searching for some election bleeding some reviews but other thing about cooking that dish yourself for your family it could end up being a messy meal basil. They didn't know whom trusted partner in himself. At spiezio sweaty critical of them and an back. I felt that you know be need not only a good content but a good experience in order to make be committee For consumers in the kitchen so to become the will the good expedience than realize that we need any is solution which understands colletti techniques colletti science. Which can then have a very fruitful conversation with the consumers and make that choice. I expediency really a natural expedience intense. 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The Rush Is on To Get Seattle Public School Employees Vaccinated

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:46 sec | 2 months ago

The Rush Is on To Get Seattle Public School Employees Vaccinated

"Partner is given a hand 150 Workers from the Seattle Public School Special Education Department got their first dose of the Madonna vaccine today. Included teacher's aides, custodians and nutrition services staff. Mr. Lucero, president of the Seattle Indian Health Board, says she and Superintendent Denise Juno came up with the idea a couple months ago. This is what it looks like when you have true community partnership because we actually have the system in place so that we could make sure that we track and monitors with everybody not only get the first dose, but their second, though. State supplied an additional 150 doses so they could get this done. The second doses are scheduled for April. 12th Kelly Blier Coma news Places you shop would not be allowed to jack up prices during an emergency under

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How to Use Clubhouse with Monique Howard

The Voicebot Podcast

05:47 min | 2 months ago

How to Use Clubhouse with Monique Howard

"Coward. Welcome to the voice by podcast. Hi thank you brett fridge. Finding me here yeah. I'm excited have you. So i've noticed that you have been very active on clubhouse. I'm looking forward to getting your perspective on it but before we get into that. Why don't you tell the listeners. A little bit about you and your role in the voice industry great so i am the ceo and founder of smart goals. And what we do. Is we create voice apps in the tech space specifically geared toward helping the supporting kids with social emotional learning conversations skills. So we've been doing that. We actually got into it around right before the pandemic on a small team of women got together on very focused. And we're really intentional. When we create those apps because we think about things like fine motor skills. We think about things like reciprocal communication and we think about things like building vocabulary. So it really really intention. We create the apps. That's amazing it's like voice tech- for good yes. Yes yes yes. So we are really excited about it. we partner with schools as well as non profits to kind of get those Apps within the to to the kids who have been need them the most and the one thing that we find that they're fun right. They don't really know that they're learning. So i was really really fun and then it also gives something different from just looking at a screen all day of pink playing a computer game so the people that we partner with a really excited about goes apps created. Yeah what time to launch it is. Everyone is remote learning from home. Now they're looking for tools precisely like what you're offering exactly in the big thing about it. Is that his exposure for us. We understand that yes. Most people have a device on. But they're only using it the weather or directions or to order something and so this exposes the kids to something different especially for those in underserved community who may not have a device at home it gives them extra exposure to understand it. Hey this is something that i can do. Which has led us to start creating courses or classes for young kids so that not only they're exposed to it but also learn how to create apps of their own great all right so i'm really glad to have that background. I'm sure there's you've piqued the interest of a lot of listeners. Who are probably going to check out some articles which will get into it at the end. We'll give give everybody to see. Ta that they can go and check it out today. We're talking about clubhouse. I would say we're clubhouse friends. We've been at a lot of room together. We spoke together on which has been great because we didn't really have any interaction before that maybe a couple of times twitter or something like that but We hadn't had a chance to formally so this is extending it further. We're at the podcast together. I would say someone in the voice industry. Why don't you start out by telling us a little bit about when you joined and what your first experiences were on the on the network so i joined in november. Maybe kind of late november noel. Silver is actually invited me so she myself and another friend of ours. We actually met at the conference in new jersey. The first voice conference there. So that's where we met and we kept in touch on Motive exactly And so that's where we met. She invited myself. And another lady denise to the platform my initial experience was that it was a great place for really rich conversation. So i can just bounce from room to room here with people are saying and joining i likes. I really really enjoy the fact that i can either be just a listener and just soak all the information or i can actually be involved in the conversation and i think that's the point that we miss a lot in that when we're listening you we love podcast but we would love to acts that person who's leading the podcasts or the host to just ask one question so that was the big thing for me and besides not having to get on video all the time so it's always a great bonus but my first day was like a twenty four hour marathon twenty four hours twelve or twelve hour marathon just really feeling the full of a voice what clubhouse actually causes people to feel and But then i kind of sell the into. Where the niche did i wanted to actually start participating in which was tech. I'm still around businesses startups. And so those were the main room said i really gravitated to so it. Sounds like you started out mostly as a listener but you've become increasingly more active. And i think you're you're hosting rooms now. So what did you talk about what your evolution was like. Why you sort of moved to where you are today and how you're using it today. Yes so that was one of our goals would know out in these night got onto. The platform is to educate bis small businesses about voice So obviously we had to get acclimated to the environment. What was going on. But we quickly schedule rome every friday at two central to just have it introduction to 'em where we saw amazon alexa right just as most people know about that missile. We hosted those roads every friday little small sided with a small group than it grew a little bit larger. We don't have large I would say has gotten large over time. But it's not like hundreds and hundreds of people but we often get a lot of people who kinda combat time after time

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Many older Americans not getting potentially life saving vaccines

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

01:27 min | 3 months ago

Many older Americans not getting potentially life saving vaccines

"Many older Americans are not getting potentially lifesaving vaccines. 46% of adults ages 50 to 79. Give themselves a great sea or lower if they were to be tested on their knowledge of vaccines, 74% admit they really need more information. We're talking about vaccinations for a number of things, and some of those in this category include flu, pneumonia, whooping cough, shingles, tetanus, and there are others in a normal year. Get this. Some 50,000 Americans die from these vaccine preventable diseases. Dr Latasha Perkins tells me older Americans are disproportionately represented in that number get a really bad shingles. But you have other medical complications, which, as we age, our immune system weakens, and so we have more complications for something that may be a simple shown single infection in the 21 year old May not look that way in a 75 year old so Chronic medical illnesses. On top of that, we couldn't cause you to be hospitalized and sometimes die. Doctor Perkins suggests people start online to find out which vaccinations they may need, then reach out to their doctors through a virtual visit to ask questions and find out what their next steps should be. If you need a list of those vaccinations, I made it super easy for you to find Just got a common news dot com Such hot link that's called Denise Whitaker.

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Capitol Police officers give vote of no confidence in leaders

Fresh Air

01:02 min | 3 months ago

Capitol Police officers give vote of no confidence in leaders

"Senators air, calling several former and current capital security officials to testify about last month's violent attack on the U. S. Capitol. NPR's Claude agree Solace reports two committees are joining forces to hear their testimony by month's end. The Senate Homeland Security and Rules committees have called the capital's three former top security officials and the current head of the Metropolitan Police to testify in a joint hearing. U. S. Capitol police chief Steven Son House sergeant at arms Paul Irving and Senate Sergeant at Arms. Michael Stinger all resigned in the days following the Capitol attack. The oversight hearing is set for next week. Meanwhile, the U. S Capitol Police union has issued an overwhelming no confidence vote for its top leaders, including acting Chief Yoga Nonda, Pittman and other assistant chiefs and deputies. The union is urging congressional leaders fire and replace them with existing officers trusted by the rank and file clatter. Denise Ellis. NPR NEWS

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Seattle Public Schools Superintendent Denise Juneau talks handling of pandemic and moving on

News, Traffic and Weather

01:09 min | 3 months ago

Seattle Public Schools Superintendent Denise Juneau talks handling of pandemic and moving on

"Seattle School District Superintendent Denise Juno says she has some regrets about how the district has navigated the pandemic or handling of the emergency for the last year, is said to be one of the reasons the school board opted. Not to extend her contract more from Cole's Carleen Johnson. The district is under investigation for taking too long to get those special ed students back into classrooms. But do you know explains their approach was different than many district's thought It was important to maintain that connection for students going to places where they were used to talking to the teacher that they knew and loved. And then also our teachers having access to classrooms that they were in it, so it took a little longer to make those matches. She says she does regret they were not prepared to get every student a laptop and WiFi connection when students were first sent home last spring, and she says teachers Didn't get all the help they needed for online learning, and those first months she is leaving at the end of June. Her replacement for the next year as interim superintendent is expected to be Dr Brent Jones, who served as Gino's director of equity and engagement. The school board will finalize that decision on

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China's Sinovac coronavirus vaccine 78% effective in Brazil trials

Morning Edition

03:45 min | 4 months ago

China's Sinovac coronavirus vaccine 78% effective in Brazil trials

"The world are betting on a vaccine from China to help them stop the coronavirus. On Sunday, for example, Brazil gave emergency use authorization. This vaccine made by the Chinese pharmaceutical companies sign of AC Countries are embracing the Chinese vaccine, despite conflicting reports about how well it works. NPR health correspondent Maria Godoy reports nearly two weeks ago, researchers running a late stage trial for sign of X vaccine in Brazil announced it was 78% effective against Cove it which sounds pretty good. But then last week, they revised those numbers, saying the vaccine prevented disease on Lee about 50% of the time. So what's the truth? Natalie Dina, Bio statistician at the University of Florida, says it all depends on how you define efficacy. So when we talk about vaccine efficacy, often we think about a single number. But actually there are a lot of different types of efficacy. And you could think about it as a spectrum. Dean says vaccines typically work best to preventing severe disease. That's what the Brazil trial found 78% of the time the sign of act vaccine protected people against moderate or severe disease. Or even mild disease that needed some medical assistance. But when the researchers included what they called very mild symptoms that needed no medical attention. The vaccine's effectiveness dropped to 50% as we can to include milder and milder cases. It's natural to see a bit of a drop in vaccine advocacy sign of AC is conducting trials in various countries and they haven't released much of the data. John More vaccine researcher with Weill Cornell Medicine, says that's made it hard for outside scientists to know exactly what's going on. It's signed by press release, the Chinese are being well, characteristically less left and transparent. Even so, from the data that is available, more says it's clear that the son of that vaccine is less effective than those from a journal and five Her those vaccines on the whole protect against disease around 95% of the time. More says That's not surprising because previous data had showed that the vaccines from Adana and Fizer Both of which used a new technology called Emma Rene triggered a stronger immune response. Then the sign of act vaccine most people in the field believes that the antibody responses to correlate of protection on the you know the strength of the antibody Responses matters. Natalie Dean says the less effective of vaccine is a preventing disease, the harder it is to pinpoint its efficacy. When the vaccine is closer to 50 60%. That range of uncertainty can be a lot bigger. That may help explain another head scratcher. Different clinical trials in different countries have reported starkly different efficacy rates for the sign of a vaccine. From 50% of Brazil to 65% and Indonesia to a stunning 91% in a smaller study in Turkey, You need a lot more data to distinguish between different levels of advocacy, so it might also just be kind of statistical noise to a degree. But even if the sign of X vaccine is only around 50% protective That's still substantial. It's better than the flu vaccine some years, and it does meet the minimum threshold for emergency use authorization set by the World Health Organization. That's not nothing. It's much better than last thing. Dr. Denise Scared, is an epidemiologist with the Save in Vaccine Institute in Washington, D. C. She says the data show the sign of X vaccine protects against severe cases of Covic. And that could have a big impact in places like her native Brazil. They healthcare in Brazil is about to collapse in many cities. The situation's very critical and having a vaccine that will prevent people from being hospitalized. That will be I'll be a great impact for us. Maria Godoy NPR news

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Seattle special education amid COVID-19 under investigation

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:49 sec | 4 months ago

Seattle special education amid COVID-19 under investigation

"Of Education is opened an investigation into the Seattle school district's handling of special education during the pandemic. Details now from comas. Carleen Johnson. Seattle Times reports. Superintendent Denise Do you know got a letter this week from US education officials, citing concerns that some students with disabilities went without specialized instruction, and some teachers weren't allowed to provide it. Allegations suggest the district told its special education teachers not to deliver specially designed instruction to each qualified student as required by federal law, Tim Robinson, a district spokesman says, says March last year every time state guidance has changed. District has adjusted. The letter didn't refer to a specific complaint lodged against the district. But the office for Civil Rights has launched eight other investigations into Seattle schools over the last seven years, all of them in response to complaints.

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‘Disturbing reports’ about Seattle schools spark civil-rights probe by U.S. Department of Education

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:50 sec | 4 months ago

‘Disturbing reports’ about Seattle schools spark civil-rights probe by U.S. Department of Education

"Is opened an investigation into the Seattle School districts headline of special education during the pandemic, or about that from Cuomo's Carleen Johnson. Seattle Times Report. Superintendent Denise Do you know got a letter this week from US education officials, citing concerns that some students were just abilities went without specialized instruction. And some teachers weren't allowed to provide it. The allegations suggests the district told its special education teachers not to deliver specially designed instruction to each qualified student as required by federal law. Him, Robinson, a district spokesman says, says March last year every time state guidance has changed. The district has adjusted. The letter didn't refer to a specific complaint lodged against the district. But the office for Civil Rights has launched eight other investigations into Seattle schools over the last seven years, all of them in response to complaints. Carleen

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"denise i" Discussed on Mentally Yours

Mentally Yours

05:27 min | 10 months ago

"denise i" Discussed on Mentally Yours

"Mind and it said I'm Denise Welch today walked out of pantomine disappointing thousands of young fans who had paid to see her citing nervous exhaustion, which they put in inverted commas and it said but I don't remember the goals name and I wouldn't quote anyway Susan Snodgrass who was playing Snow White Buckled on despite a broken wrist and made sure that she made up for the disappointment that Denise Welch left in her right. And I just remember that this is the perfect example the way the physical condition a mental condition is viewed. Nobody had wrongly to see how I was nobody had rung to get my point of view or what actually happened and Dan, and that the was one what is she got to be depressed about genetically so that been times when it's been difficult. What happened when our is doing poor Nation Street, which is twenty four years ago now. And was that I was dealing with a very bad time illness flying. So mackey was about nine. And and I always I always liked to drink. But just in the way the people like a drink to go out and party you know. But I I was really struggling and started to self medicaid with alcohol amid subsequently with drugs. And and trying to keep family together in Hyde what was happening to me, and there's no excuses for my behavior and I never take any I. I. Never ever tried to make excuses my drinking and everything impacted on my family and hurt the people who love me but there were reasons. Those things started as a result of me trying to stop the pain and you. Know. What I'm talking about you will sometimes do anything to stop the pain in your head and suddenly put me on a on a treadmill on which I couldn't get off many many years until while until eight years ago a when I met my well, I met my husband ten years ago eight years ago we so speed. It's been the best thing that's happened to new. Mainly how did you realize at the self medicating had become a problem because it's so easy for it just kind of go. On she said the. Drinking now because it was because I think that when you when you realize that it's making you more, it's it was making my depression worse the next day but then I was so terrified.

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"denise i" Discussed on Mentally Yours

Mentally Yours

05:24 min | 10 months ago

"denise i" Discussed on Mentally Yours

"So I do apologize. To men but that's just how I see. It was someone else who's the black dog which Docs it's nothing. Yet it was Winston Churchill who did a black dog and some people do the black dog and again it was that that's effective. You know it's such a materializes says Sam as a sly something else I mean Winston Churchill had having terribly and yet to run the country I mean it doesn't you know. I mean even though I never voted for this government have made some disastrous mistakes I still have found myself sometimes worrying about the mental health and I know that seems ridiculous because I can't stand some of them but I tell you what? That's a lot of pressure on any forty to do to go through what they've been through and. I hate to be seen to be supporting a government that I really don't don't like but as human beings, I still think that I have been consent for the mental health of some of these some some of these people because that type of overwhelming flexibility can be a massive thing that brings the illness on. That actually brings me on to my next question Radi. Ask about almost by anyone's standards you incredibly successful carnation straight these women and everything. What are the unique challenges of living with depression? In the public is so much 'cause we'll see I mean in some ways. You have to deal with things that I mean Allen and I don't buy had depression ourselves and. We're not in the public eye like you're. Obviously being in the public eye has given me a great soapbox to talk about it which I have used to thirty years because believe you me goes I. I was I was a long wolves and I was people tried to shut me down. So many times for my own way vote was for my own goods. Don't talk about people are thinking imagine never work. You'll never work. You just start with a great career you'll never have. And I just saw that because I had had nobody pets, you know I'm sure the three of us I would have given anything. To have seen or heard something like this of somebody saying I know exactly how you feel like you will get better. You may you. You will always have those episodes what your life can be great in between. and. But then on the other side of the coin that like you say..

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"denise i" Discussed on Mentally Yours

Mentally Yours

03:58 min | 10 months ago

"denise i" Discussed on Mentally Yours

"I have five children and. I just didn't have time to get depressed. How much do you think that achieved postnatal depression have changed both within the Medical Profession Unin society as a whole now? Like you say that mine started aspects naked depression prior to having Maxxie thirty years I'd never had any incidents of mental psychiatric illness nothing. And In the very beginning people want you to say that I did you must have done. This must have started in childhood digital digital data spent too long in the bathroom with you did your you know and it was like minute and a minute I was in almost a catatonic state of depression at this time. And That's exactly what GP said. My Mom. Didn't mean for my family understanding early on what I had was a serious illness I don't know where I would have been or indeed if I would have been he and Matt. Science very dramatic but was nothing there was no one to help nobody like me speaking out nobody on the television nobody that I could relate to speaking out about it and and so print media was kind of the only way to go when it was just nothing. And that GPS exactly what she said I was in Lychee satelite with could hardly talk because there's a massive physical manifestation when the depression is very deep as well, and then she exactly what she said she led where I have five children during I just didn't get time time to get depressed and and that was the general view when an when I after five days of zero I had this massive panic attack which I've never had before and I wasn't an anxious mom. I wasn't anxious about the baby just felt sense of detachment from reality anyway long story short I went to bed step very badly maybe two hours when I woke up the whole lecture lactation processes start. So I went to bed with full boobs to put a fighting fine a point on it. You know the boobs that you have when you have a baby and when I came to, I have nothing I. Had Spaniels ears literally nothing now nowadays, that would be a massive red. Flag. To adopt, join us as a huge hormonal ship that shouldn't have happened. Then this community midwife came round I hadn't privately and they didn't have midwives it came out and said this midwife came around to the and she said exactly like this is while she went that's not good. The reasonable people have done on this book in my way of talking about it shows that. There is still a long way to go. There is still people thinking that there was a stigma and that they should feel guilty about this but like I say, and it's quite it quite to end. This is the analogy that I make not only do those of us with depressive illness have a crippling debilitating isolating often terminal illness. We still have to prove that we have it. And you wouldn't go up to someone in a bag. Who was? Who you've been told was very, very ill with cancer say you wouldn't go up and say, well, you look fine to me. You know you've been never month now and I think honestly you should make the effort you should get yourself on your bed, put your trainers on and go from war nobody would say that to you and yet when we are in that state where we can't even get out of beds. I can't eat my appetite goes and. It's it's it's it's a swirling. It's a swirling blackness. This pales that goes on in your brain and it's it's terrifying. I've been on the verge of and I have one psychotic episode before luckily, mine isn't really psychosis, but this is a serious illness that we still need to a a lot more about I'm so do the medical profession they will..

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"denise i" Discussed on Mentally Yours

Mentally Yours

02:18 min | 10 months ago

"denise i" Discussed on Mentally Yours

"And M. so as a result of that I, never know when it's coming. So an example to people who don't know about about about it as opposed to when we feel depressed went something circumstantially, it's made you settle or grief-stricken, which is horrible and depression is not persistent sadness which are often read whenever you look for description of depression it will stay position sadness and I want to say that sadnesses something that we that we feel when something makes us sad. Like happiness you know it's not a striving for happiness. Happiness is something we should feel when something makes us happy. But depression depresses every single emotion. So you can't feel happiness sadness lovejoy greed nothing nothing nothing nothing. So I went to my sister's feeling terrible the morning eyewear crop and visit mine welcome visit to is definitely that and impulsively having talked about this for thirty years I picked up my phone and I recorded three day episode of Depression in. Real. Time. It wasn't until I was well again about four days later. And that that I realized the impact digit hat I hadn't realized because I hadn't been well enough. My phone goes away unlike missing my phone rings and it'd been on news at ten million and a half people viewed it on the comments ladies would just. Heartbreaking you know people who completely felt that they been heard for the first time in that I was describing what they feel like people who showed them to that family who suddenly seemed to have an understanding of what gone through people who had never been empathetic to people with depression because they thought it was a what is she going to be depressed about not understanding the illness had come forward and back is how the book started and I I didn't grasp it the book. I. Worried about it because I knew writing take me to some places. But when I was writing very early on I, got the feeling strongly, the I was writing the book that I had always needed. And the successive it has soaked validated my reasons for doing it yet you cut the so much in the book. One of the things that you should start off with though is us about how a female doctor told you..

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"denise i" Discussed on Mentally Yours

Mentally Yours

06:14 min | 10 months ago

"denise i" Discussed on Mentally Yours

"I'm sorry it's nice to help. . You mentioned the this is really A massive massive looks women find so I'm really trying to to stand out. . <unk> out. . So, , how have you been doing during lockdown pandemic in general at Grand Canyon because by by depression is depressive illness so it tends to be endogenous it as much as it doesn't it's not reacted. . So I know that there are many people during the lockdown have discovered. . Being out of control of them mental health I. . in fact, , such would have been a been okay I mean I've been overwhelmed and I have been sad and I've spent days in cheese as we all have but not not as part of a depression because depression, , there's two schools of people as people who really want the world to stop taking over again, , nobody knows people who found such solace in lockdown that they get straightened things are moving moving with his two schools. . I'm kind of a bit of a halfway house, , but generally I am I've tried very much to. . Err on the side of positivity I've tried to be perspective police at loose women is what they call me and try to look for the good news about this virus <unk> when we can help build little China because this too many Corona Karen that cooling out bang just want to dwell on all of the bad signs in order to statistics don't seem to want us to move forward. . So I tried to just having a little bit of perspective on it. . So generally I've been very long winded willfully wave say I've okay. . Woeful is very much welcomed. . So do not. . How you feeling with kind of the end of lockdown in there you said you're kind of in between the nerves and the feeling. . Okay about it. . It's kind of difficult to remain positive because if you if you have to read the mainstream media which all of us being in the media we do, , and because of loose women particularly, , we have a very at never been noticed. . In eighteen years. . But I have in the last few weeks because we have corona virus and we have the black lives matter to huge arenas and. . <unk> been difficult at <unk> after at Jojoy Day as as as middle class white woman sitting on a panel not knowing. . How terrified to know what to say trying to take guidance from all black colleagues you know, , and so that's been that's been hard to navigate, , and also I will not go to the table at least women and to talk about the virus without back by science. . So but that's also difficult because you have the Oxford model and the imperial model as to, , for example, , who are completely different I kind of night before science was sort of social wrong thing that if it was the virus whole, , the scientists would. . Be on what it was and where it was going to go. . So as I say they call me perspective police and I try desperately to remain positive and my view is things like the second wave if there is going to be a second way, , let's prepare for let's deal with it but let's not ruin some of joys about coming out of not down by by we don't know that there's going to be one you know. . Today hearing and I will share. . But you know there's such positive news about the about the vaccine coming out. . But also you have to look for this news you have to look for the stats that moment that may be slight outbreaks going on. . In infection, , but the mortality rate is the lowest that we've had in July for years. . So again, , it's balancing it all and just trying to remain optimistic. . Can we talk a bit about your ambient <unk> unwelcome visitor now? ? Housing depression being. . During the kind of positive promoting it and also to the rising event how's it have? ? You managed that his Araya to? ? Attack No it has the <unk> it has been right. . So the book was spooned at Shall We say by an me documenting an episode of depression real time last September. . And like I said before my depression in the May. . Not Always. But . in the main is endogenous, , it's organic. . So it is depressive illness. . And M. . so as a result of that I, , never know when it's coming. . So an example to people who don't know about about about it as opposed to when we feel depressed went something circumstantially, , it's made you settle or grief-stricken, , which is horrible and depression is not persistent sadness which are often read whenever you look for description of depression it will stay position sadness and I want to say that sadnesses something that we that we feel when something makes us sad. . Like happiness you know it's not a striving for happiness. . Happiness is something we should feel when something makes us happy. . But depression depresses every single emotion. . So you can't feel happiness sadness lovejoy greed <unk> nothing nothing nothing nothing. . So I went to my sister's feeling terrible the morning eyewear crop and visit mine welcome visit to is definitely that and impulsively having talked about this for thirty years I picked up my phone and I recorded three day episode of Depression in. . Real. . Time. . It wasn't until I was well again about four days later. . And that that I realized the impact digit hat I hadn't realized because I hadn't been well enough. . My phone goes away unlike missing my phone rings and it'd been on news at ten million and a half people viewed it on the comments ladies would just. . Heartbreaking you know people who completely felt that they been heard for the first time in that I was describing what they feel like people who showed them to that family who suddenly seemed to have an understanding of what gone through people who had never been empathetic to people with depression because they thought it was a what is she going to be depressed about not understanding the illness

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"denise i" Discussed on Mentally Yours

Mentally Yours

04:28 min | 10 months ago

"denise i" Discussed on Mentally Yours

"I'm sorry it's nice to help. You mentioned the this is really A massive massive looks women find so I'm really trying to to stand out. out. So, how have you been doing during lockdown pandemic in general at Grand Canyon because by by depression is depressive illness so it tends to be endogenous it as much as it doesn't it's not reacted. So I know that there are many people during the lockdown have discovered. Being out of control of them mental health I. in fact, such would have been a been okay I mean I've been overwhelmed and I have been sad and I've spent days in cheese as we all have but not not as part of a depression because depression, there's two schools of people as people who really want the world to stop taking over again, nobody knows people who found such solace in lockdown that they get straightened things are moving moving with his two schools. I'm kind of a bit of a halfway house, but generally I am I've tried very much to. Err on the side of positivity I've tried to be perspective police at loose women is what they call me and try to look for the good news about this virus when we can help build little China because this too many Corona Karen that cooling out bang just want to dwell on all of the bad signs in order to statistics don't seem to want us to move forward. So I tried to just having a little bit of perspective on it. So generally I've been very long winded willfully wave say I've okay. Woeful is very much welcomed. So do not. How you feeling with kind of the end of lockdown in there you said you're kind of in between the nerves and the feeling. Okay about it. It's kind of difficult to remain positive because if you if you have to read the mainstream media which all of us being in the media we do, and because of loose women particularly, we have a very at never been noticed..

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"denise i" Discussed on Hay House Meditations

Hay House Meditations

04:23 min | 11 months ago

"denise i" Discussed on Hay House Meditations

"Wow I've never heard that. It's almost as though if you could call this. Affirmation Yoga 'cause you're talking about putting like using the body, not only the body, but both the body, and the mind together to direct it. That's that is a beautiful. Thank you for sharing. That is like acting as if and that sends a powerful message to your subconscious. Mind your subconscious. Mind goes. Oh, already that I guess I am strong, and so you are, and so you shall be. That is that that is a beautiful practice. Denise I wanted to ask you. Just as we're sort of closing this out, you know just a return to We have had this. We just had unprecedented unrest, and certainly in the world, and in the United States recently, and I don't think the next month or the next month's We have the election in November coming up in November. I don't think I don't know if things are going to be necessarily more settled in the coming months, and as the STOIC say that we We can't control what happens outside of us. US But we can control our reaction to it right, so do you have any advice on on on on not Nestle controlling, we can say control I don't know if you want to use that word or not, but but on on maintaining a kind of peace and equanimity in because you, you know Denise I was reading a little bit of your your history and you, you participate in in a lot of marches against the. War Women for women's right. You were like teargassed. You wrote about how you feels like. Tear gas on your skin. It's not just see. Pepper spray is not as though you're just speaking from high up in the Hermitage like you've been in the trenches for for decades, and you've also been meditating, and and on the spiritual path, and studying these wisdom traditions for decades, so we at this moment right now where all that is coming together. There's all of this unrest and at the same time you and other teachers are saying, but this is a time that we can use for spiritual transformation. So can I just ask. What is your advice as we go into these months, that is is going to be leading up towards the election where there's GonNa be a lot of acrimony. There's going to be a lot of division. How can we be bad light for others? I believe in. Acting. was acting small, but taking small steps. Some people feel like you've got to do something globally really. Treat, your neighbor, kindly tweet yourself kindly, there is such power in kindness, and this is the time to find. Kindness edits not easy, potentially will not be easy, but if we keep reminding ourselves that. Are cosby shoelaces are attached. We are not separate from each other. We have potentially different views, but at the depth witter, one people, one planet and I think as we find what's common. Find where we connect with. The instant judge, someone you lose the ability to influence them the instant you judge someone you'll lose the ability to. Use Them. It's hard not to judge others. It's hard not to judge what's going on. And if we want to make a difference, we find kindness kindness inside of ourselves. We find that place that is kind inside of another and again I know it's hard, but to me. That is the secret of. Stepping forward with equanimity and balance in the time of had. That is beautiful, denise Thank you for that advice. Thank you for the conversation and thank you for being you. And reverberating all of this love and light into.

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"denise i" Discussed on Hay House Meditations

Hay House Meditations

03:20 min | 11 months ago

"denise i" Discussed on Hay House Meditations

"Healing piece of society, especially in these uncertain times. Denise shares early morning, gratitude practice with facing the rising sun, creative visualizations around us in the present and the power that a single heartfelt prayer can make finally. Denise Offers Ways A. Or affirmation practice by adding emotions and physical movement to what we're firming. Denise reminds us that the sole loves the truth the challenges. How do we find the truth of our soul when we're so conditioned by your upbringing by our culture, family and religion? How do we find the truth of the soul a simple way to do this? Denise reminds this is meditation. Be on the lookout for the next podcast episode where Denise leads us in the meditation to enhance our courage, but for now sit back and enjoy my conversation with Denise Lynn It.

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"denise i" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

05:56 min | 1 year ago

"denise i" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Pat and he said that you could request a song from the car hop to play for your girlfriend Denise I used to do that no kidding yeah great a lot like trying to put together right now what's that well he's a lot of people had approached him about you know maybe parking cars in the big fields on wire but logistically it just wasn't working out form so what he he was a pro growth was approached by a gentleman who said Hey why don't we get two hundred and fifty three hundred drive ins charge a hundred Bucks a car however many people you can cram in the car driving in concerts that they're the ones it is they're already doing that what's that can I can hear you well yeah he was talking about that went to the drive in concerts and how it's a hundred dollars a car and then she was talking about trying to cram as many people as you can into the car if we will you know you have to make sure yeah make sure it's safely on a clown suit check the time here back in the day we usually sneak into the drive in theater and everyone was getting drunk in the trunk all these years later every person was alive back then everyone got the trunk it seems like there was everyone has a story about that I'm thinkin how dumb with these people that drive in movies obviously everyone knew before doing this my mom would tell us your kids act like your sleep back there what does that make Dave was in El Dorado hills how's it going Dave thank you in pretty good I usually get cut off for an ad that yeah valley we get to Sunday from our sponsor but hell be visible to their cares away and I'm sorry that it thank you all right maybe he knows I got a question about a friend of mine I haven't talked to in years but before I met him he was wonder rabbit on one of the yes station now I don't know I've tried to find a clip of him on the radio and I can't find him yeah I can't find them anywhere he's he's retired from everything now is Martin **** right but I tried he and I used to do a tribute for the Air Corps back in the ninety and when when I found out he was wondering abit he didn't want to talk about it the collective he didn't he had such a rich voice you know it's like yes you know I always thought I used to be on the radio only one on the radio then right he was on the K. R. O. Y. I remember waking up I mean waking up growing up listening to Amman K. R. O. Y. rabbit and fact I have I have a CD I wish I would have thought about this tonight and it has wonder rabbit on there it has all American can give anyone doing sports and has all the marine DJs from back there Carol why yeah you got that what I have and I will go on I I don't have it with me tonight but if you're listening I want to know all have it in the next week I can find for you I always listen here your honor my connective tissue remember your right zero Sacramento and because we need you to take us away from all that Dave and very kind of you Anthony god bless you twenty two years yeah I don't get over it okay don't don't don't lose anything she's still with you I was gonna goof around and say Dave I'm sorry we have a we have to get to a commercial message request but I'm glad I didn't I'm glad I'm glad you said what you just said because I could feel Anthony's pain I guess and I'm glad that your compassion human being Dave thank you ma'am thank you for the words of up to you too and thank you for the kind words about the connective tissue for Sacramento means a lot don't think it doesn't hi more call straight ahead that will show building a better Sacramento news ninety three point one KFBK on fifteen thirty A. M. and your heart radio app John sure calls me I told you this yesterday that he owns were a Roseville numismatics in coin shop he was very excited this is Pat I cannot believe it you started mentioning safe deposit boxes on your show on on the ads and he says within three I guess was three or four days he had people come into Roseville numismatics and go you know until you guys mentioned that I'd actually forgotten that I have this and that happens I mean sometimes you have something stored away maybe you know here's another thing I think about like storage units what people have these things talk to where you want to keep paying for a storage unit when you may have something valuable in there that you could sell and make money I recommend extremely highly Roseville numismatics and coin shop because I'm always telling you how good they'll treat you I promise.

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"denise i" Discussed on On This Day Entertainment

On This Day Entertainment

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"denise i" Discussed on On This Day Entertainment

"I think? At the same time I feel I. I don't know the whole thing with the kid is weird like just because that's the conversation that a teenage girl had with her mom. That's the part that we saw. Even if that's all it was like. I don't know if a teenage girl even go further than that like the fact that she mentioned at all. Ben What alerted. Denise I don't know I kind of feel for Denise I. Think the Flipflop is weird, but I definitely feel for her. Yeah! I don't know for some reason. Comes across in authentic to me just because not because of how she's been perceived in the media, but how she literally acted on the show last season like it just seems in such stark and like they didn't watch housewives. They didn't watch wild things. They don't watch housewives like if my mom was on TV and I'm thirty, five or thirty four. I would watch it right, so it's like they've brought that up to like. You don't think your Kids Wash Alec. Of course they have so. I don't know like I. Guess I feel for her, but then it's like then don't do what you're doing. and I wonder like Hollywood Hollywood. Your kids grow up knowing that it's fake. and I feel for. For her, the only reason I feel for his because these girls will drop it like you're all. You're perceived as Har- in the media. That's your primary like. Yes, drop it. She said it once, but denise says is like like s Howard stern bent. She goes on Howard. sturge elaborate like even Secca Dion Howard Stern. Almost you know and It is you were married to Charlie Sheen in. He's known. As, it's really hard. you kind of have to swallow it. Just know within your cells that you're a good mom. Just prove that you're good. Maybe just be like my kids are going to grow up to be great cans in. You're just GONNA. See that that's the only proof she really is going to have. At the end of the day is is grows. Turn Out, okay. Here's hoping. You're probably right like I being raised in l.. A. To me is highly problematic period like my cousin who's raised in La Oh God. It's just an it's a crazy environment for a teenager, and then add fame, and the Ad Charlie Sheen and do they go there and if they do what kind of supervision are they getting? What are they seen from? Daddy like it's just if they're not in therapy. They should be and this crazy aron going on about birth. Cancer is a gift like they've got issues knocking. Turn Out, okay. She's. Missed the old Aaron so bad when all we knew about him was that he was hot had a big. Blocked off at a time and my is going to adopt her little daughter. That has special needs. Maybe these women do A. Cut It's tough. We'll see how it plays out..

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"denise i" Discussed on LBC Election 2019

LBC Election 2019

04:44 min | 1 year ago

"denise i" Discussed on LBC Election 2019

"Actually trying to get rid of all the old ones now and Mrs from. David Brooks where in the UK Zhou favourite drive mine. Is Long Furlong? worthing. Ask Question I tell you. What is Beautiful I. Always Love it when I go to my caravan. We drive down the more history to bar. Muth extras absolutely beautiful and you and driving in one direction you get to see the sea and the bridge across the a story, a bomb and driving back in the other direction you get to see the mountains cutter Idris and It's it's beautiful I. recommend it Lago Three on the North Norfolk. Coast from say Hayes right along. Along two wells next the sea second one would be minehead pool, or along the North Devon coast i. think that's fantastic, and then the third which I've only done once is one. I applied to be the candidate in Monmouth in two thousand and three, and never been to wonderful wires. Let alone moment an an I drove around the constituency just to get a feel for it and honestly I remember driving through some villages along river, Carmen. What the river was maybe the river? The why by? Just stunningly beautiful thaw here. So. Those would be the ones that I would pick I think we'd better stop now hidden because this is, this is going to be our longest podcast ever, but can i. Can I just plug on Monday evening on my radio show, which spending two hours talking about the future variation, and effectively I suspect going to be largely sensitive around the disgraceful behavior British Airways to their staff We've had so many people. About! That we in the time, honored tradition of Emily Mates News Newsnight. We have asked British Airways to put forward a representative, but they have to kind. They couldn't be all stars. No, I'm not. Putting anybody up to an hour long program you. A friend of mine has worked for British Airways for. The t.

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"denise i" Discussed on LBC Election 2019

LBC Election 2019

05:35 min | 1 year ago

"denise i" Discussed on LBC Election 2019

"We're getting close to the point where you could argue that, but of course people don't see the nuance of of that, do they? But it doesn't make you know I. I understand your point about quotas. Actual fact I think if you want to change things as with all women shortlists in the Labor Party. Sometimes you do need to have positive action positive discrimination in old to do that. But actually the argument for it is, doesn't it make? Just? Isn't it likely to wear new listenership? Isn't there S A commercial? Could be being made. Must even I much as I love you in and I do listen to you, LBC I do sometimes think to myself is all a bit white male when I when I turn on and actually a different sort of voice, she relaunched. Our example does make a difference to how you feel to whether or not. You feel that you get in a variety never. Never mind myself being represented on their now. You're absolutely right and I saw that on twitter. There were people saying they knew I had announced she was coming on. They said they'd never listened before or they were white. People who found that they learn something from her I mean that were. That were white. People who didn't want to learn anything from her and. Say! I can't believe you. You're just going so woke. You'll so lefty and having all these ethnics. Well they get pretty short shrift from me, but I would say. Am Barry Mind this twitter? It was ninety ten in her favor an. People, really being very enthusiastic and I I put the whole thing on my all talk and whole show podcast so people and it's got the initial call, plus the our, and if any of you got now to spare at all over the weekend, do give that a listen because it was really refreshing, and in fact, let's play a couple of minutes of denise in our because I think you'll be quite impressed by this. And these you are actually sitting in my seat on. She I'm just keeping at one for you in, so yes I am. Old I'll try and believe that. Now one of the things I want to talk about this with you. It's obviously what's going on with. The black lives matter protests. I'm public health England report, but also this YouGov poll that has come out today, which is very relevant for our discussion, shows that fifty two percent of people over five thousand people surveyed so looks fairly representative fifty two percent thing.

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"denise i" Discussed on LBC Election 2019

LBC Election 2019

04:56 min | 1 year ago

"denise i" Discussed on LBC Election 2019

"They've been very unhappy with some of the things that I've said I encourage people from ethnic minorities to phone in I'm not a presenter who dog whistles to people to for racist to phone into have ago people of different colors. It's something I've never done. I would never do it. I don't ask provocative questions designed to do that. Because I. Know Look the easiest thing for anybody on the talk. Radio Station is to throw some red meat out to people and you and you get a load of calls, but all of them are calls. That probably shouldn't even be at I don't do that. I genuinely don't do that. Okay. I think I can't say that I agree with you because I have listened to your show and I've listened to a number presents it on NBC. Because the show obser- is, there is no other radio station anybody listens to. This is the only vehicle and invariably every issue about race is on circulate between is articulate for a male prison, and as a consequence of that you have a skewed exercise. The gentleman came on before you. He said he had to lie or mislead research so he could get on. Didn't. That's annoying. He didn't hold on a second yet. He you may say he didn't have to do that but I know he did. Okay. I'm sorry I'm not going to let that go, so he did not have do that. I just look if I thought that calls are being screened for that reason, I would immediately resigned my job because I. don't want to work for radio station. That would do that. The people the answer the phone. I mean I know who they are. I'd see them every day. I know what kind of people they are I. Know that none of them would ever ever do that. It's a simplistic. Moment if I could count to me because it's the truth Oh, okay, okay, well, let me give you alternative perspective. The reason I think the gentleman said what he said is because his life experience has shown him whenever there is a platform and whenever they issues I want to be discussed about race, they are invariably articulated through a prism of whiteness, because we don't have access to particular animals conversation. We don't own any radio stations that black communities. We don't own any of the infrastructure. That's a separate debate. Therefore, you have to go to the places where you already experiencing this comes certain discrimination and to get through the door. You need to riddle and that's. That's what that gentleman with explaining to you. Now you may say, hold your up. No, no, that's a perfectly. That's a perfect point to make I. I I would take that one, but we we might produce I've just got a little message on my screen from my producer, saying we let Denise on knowing she was going to say this, and he says I would say resign as Jake. The guy that took your call so i. know what I can do to persuade you. Denise knees, but we do not operate like you think we do I can assure not, but what I can see. LBC is the outside of Sheena you one woman and you've got. The rest, if the right boy club, and therefore as far as I'm Rachel, Johnson. Okay well I am. How what did you? She goes through? Let's face it. She's the prime minister sister. She just call upbringing. It was brand you know brand association. How come she was able to get adult? I mean what? I'll be into you. Question you are asking me a question. I call on Sir. I'm going to. I'm going to be completely honest with you. In the? I, would like to see a more diverse presenter lineup.

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"denise i" Discussed on LBC Election 2019

LBC Election 2019

04:42 min | 1 year ago

"denise i" Discussed on LBC Election 2019

"People are more likely to die from the corona virus, but then the government response was absolutely mill and what we have, the hill is we have so many of our own community experiencing poverty as well as racism, the outcomes of those things impact on our lives, so the question around social distancing and I think was wrong, and it was post primarily because of your own personal prison about issues around race so I'm allowing you to respond. We'll do tell me what my personal prism around races. Well in in the Times that we have in the north fifty years in this country, we had one thousand, four, hundred forty one death in police custody and I. Don't recall any show or any woman Saito on this entire radio station ever picking up on it. We have combination nine investigations in Birmingham, police brutality, and this list I'm GonNa. Read out to you all the deaths in police custody of people since jared totally Gardiner Liam Bricks Christopher older. Russian Charles Asami Lewis. Saunder read mock duck, and these are the people in my community who died and I don't really have a commentary coming from people like yourself about those issues so when you pose that question. The question the when you post a question about social distancing that was based on a question that was based on your own prison as a mine and someone who is in a of privilege. If he were black, you wouldn't even awesome question, and that's my point to you. Think I would actually I I really object to it when people come on the radio and say Oh, because you're white, you don't. You're not entitled to V I? Asked a question. It wasn't designed to elicit a particular response. I think is a perfectly reasonable question to ask when we're all being told that we can't congregate with groups of more than six because of the health dangers, and I think it is entirely right to point out that not only where the demonstrators today not practicing social distancing. There was a street party in Brennan today. Last night, hundreds of people clearly not practicing social distancing now I don't care whether that black or white. That is wrong. If you're saying to me. you I. Call an off, could you? You're asking the question. At the white person. I'm allowed to ask the question. You are allowed to ask the question. That's not the point. I'm making the point. I'm making is that you'll go prison experience is that if a white male you know understanding? The. Monday deny. You know understanding and no comprehension of what it is to be a black person in this country and experience discrimination. You got no knowledge of it, and therefore you're only understanding is going to be I. Know you'll saying you may have some degree of understanding you know in certain circumstances, but you're not gonNA. Know about how it feels to experience life as a person of color, and therefore your on one. Let me just finish my point, and therefore you'll Kristinova understanding. It's only going to be articulate through own experiences. Just me off. Quick Point on on L., C.. You have one mandated presenter. One everyone else is why a male do you think that's an accident? Miss Dale. That's not a point that one or two of us have made over the years to those in charge. I think the point of whether it's been made on not. Frankly superfluous, the fact is the reality of the experience. Is exactly the same? You don't have anybody else on that radio station in the entire organization that has any understanding outside of their own narrow prison. Never talk with the one moment when we talk about the meritocracy, but it's a boss. In, relation to your question, is it? Should they be socially distancing where we are imprisoned to forty percent more than any other community when nineteen percent of the population? How is that case that's been going on year in and year out. How many people are commenting about?.

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"denise i" Discussed on LBC Election 2019

LBC Election 2019

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"denise i" Discussed on LBC Election 2019

"But the problem here is the wideness, and the power of your case doesn't undercover doesn't come the danger over mass gathering at a time like this and you know I wholly understand what I can't holy understand, but I try to understand the power of people's anger and concern over this and wish to sort of demonstrate solidarity with what's going on in the US, and with you know their fears about the situation we face in the UK, but people are going to catch co fit because of these protests, and that is a dangerous thing. Now Barry Gardiner must have known that he can't have been unclear about what the regulations are around a mass protest so whilst. Think. People should gather light that understand for a lot of people why they would. I have no idea why he thought it was a good idea because everybody was going to focus on him going and the reaction of other labor. Frontbenchers is actually from sort of mildly to extremely pissed off as far as I could gather from the sort little things. I was saying about him. Well it is I think tightly responsible of him I'm. I kinda I sought of gats, the protests, but in other ways I genuinely don't because if you if. I think in Birmingham. They were protesting against the lack of action by the government in terms of protecting Beim people because they are more risk from caveat, and you think well the thing about the logic here I mean if if that's what you're protesting about whether there are other ways to protest I guess, but you actually putting yourself in danger by protesting as the very thing that you're concerned how I mean the logic of this is just ridiculous and find if you're going to have you. They started in London in Hyde Park or clearly. Distance in Hyde Park. But not count if you've got thousands of people congregating in Whitehall. And, that was what really got me ignore the fact that there was sort of the old violent incident in my own throwing things at the police, which I thought was a disgrace, but the very fact that had all of these people predominantly from ethnic minorities, but not exclusively. What was going through their heads, but I think the distinction here is. What was going through their heads was. We've been telling you this for years? You haven't been listening. Look what happened in the US we feel in. We don't know how to have a voice so therefore we want to demonstrate literally our anger, and our concern over this, so that people will listen right so there is some justification for that Barry Gardner Hazza Voice. He could have stood up in parliament. He might AKIVA forty five minutes, but it could have stood up in parliament and use that voice to make that case he didn't he chose to gotten. Grandstand with the protesters and that's where he's. He's very. He's much more wrong than they are. What let's turn our attention to what's going on in the United States oversee their been huge protests and quite a lot of. Arson vilest while in about seventy five cities across the country, people are saying it's the worst protesters nineteen, sixty eight, and I remember seeing the result of these nine hundred and sixty eight protests, but my first visit to America, one, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety, nine thousand nine years later in Detroit, though whole areas of Detroit that still had burnt out houses,.

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"denise i" Discussed on Hay House Meditations

Hay House Meditations

04:52 min | 1 year ago

"denise i" Discussed on Hay House Meditations

"From your toes all the way up to the top of your head home allowing your thoughts to drift and float the way clouds drift and float on a warm summer afternoon. That's excellent travel now now in your imagination to a wonderful forest. There's a pathway that meanders through the forest. Imagine yourself walked eighteen on this pathway. On one side of the Path is a small creek a stream. The water is so sparkling bright so long rays of light filters through the canopy of leaves overhead visualized. This imagined this make make it as real as she can. These birds in the trees scattering of wildflowers on the forest floor and and seemingly cloud so butterflies littering through the meadows and in between the trees. If you're not visual that's perfectly okay. All right get it feeling of how relaxed you would be in this beautiful forest walk is if you can hear the song of the Earth beneath eighth you can hear the voices of the trees around you with every step you take feeling more and more connected to the natural ritual world within you and around you. I'm going to say some affirmations and S I do allow these these words to sink deep inside of yourself who you are is enough just as you are you you are enough. You are strong enough. You are wise enough. You are kind enough. Who you who are is enough chest as you are? If only you could see yourself as those in spirit see you you you would know the truth. These words. You are strong majestic beautiful. Wise Wondrous Davis remarkable. In every way who you are as enough. I'm going to say these affirmations now. How in first person allow my voice to be your voice or you can repeat my words after I say them I I and Naff just as I am I am strong I am wise? I am remarkable. Beam all is well in my universe. I am worthwhile and I am worthy. Who I am is enough? I make a the difference in the world I matter I am an important part of the evolution of the planet. This is yes. I aspire those around me. I love deeply and fully and I allow myself off to receive love deeply and fully who I am missinow. What I am is enough what I do enough? I am a child of the Creator. I am creative powerful beyond measure who I am is enough. This is so this is so aw as these words are spoken each affirmation sinks deep into the wellspring of your being like a spiritual. We'll see planted in the frill soil of your soul. Do know this in the days and weeks and months ahead this awareness that you indeed are enough did who you are indeed makes a difference in the world around you begins to to grow more and more within year and more and more you find a sense of confidence self esteem and self awareness filling each and every part of your world of your life had sex silent. Imagine now now you continue to walk on that pathway walking with the knowledge that who you are enough You are valued and you are valuable..

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"denise i" Discussed on RunPod

RunPod

13:20 min | 1 year ago

"denise i" Discussed on RunPod

"Hello welcome to run port where runners jokers plotters fitness wannabes. Only unite and we come together together because tolkien about running is something that comes easy to us. It's funny you see. It doesn't really matter who you are where you're from. What Lakeway do for a living or how good you are ratted when you meet? Another runner is like you have a friend. You can chat about the subject for ages and that is essentially why run port was born. I'm Jamie any Falkiner here to gauge through this episode. I am very excited. That I'm joined by someone who has totally nailed this running malarkey. Oh yeah she's so good. She has a lovely Shannon medal collection. Indeed welcome to these Louis. How are you yeah really good? I'm very excited. I was just wondering which category I achieve fall fall into. Maybe the plotters what you're can use new way. You're applaud Dr. I was yesterday. I was showing videos of. Utah's tell him I little eight year old who who was coming to run put and I said denise she watched her at the world championships on the television and said I'm going to show you what she looked like. First of all allergist was in all of your ABS. Every photo.

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