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What the Democrats' 2022 Election Spending Tells Us

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:04 min | 3 months ago

What the Democrats' 2022 Election Spending Tells Us

"The political cognitive shanty the insiders have already begun to read the tea leaves on the 2022 election. And one of the journals that is very good in doing this is the national journal. When I was in D.C. many years ago, national journal was mandatory reading, I'm not so much into the inside baseball of day to today politics, so I don't read it anymore, but I spotted an interesting article online Josh crush hour writing about how the Democrats had the Democrats are thinking about the 2022 election. And what crush hour does is he looks at one of the biggest democratic super PACS, which is putting a $100 million into the Democratic Party for the 2022 election. And but the interesting question is, how are they spending and where are they spending? Because when they put a lot of money on a race, it tells you something. It tells you that they know something about that race and this is why they're spending a lot to fight it out. So crush are actually begins by talking about Las Vegas. And he's talking about the city of Las Vegas. Now, the Democrats just did some redistricting in Nevada. And you would think that as a result of the redistricting, they would have protected the three urban seats in Las Vegas. And those seats would be safe. So you wouldn't need to spend a whole lot of money on them, but no, out of the $100 million 11.6 million is going to try to protect three democratic incumbents in inner city Las Vegas and what this means is that the Democrats are worried that Dina Titus Lee and Steven horsford are all going to be swept out of office. This is in a place that Joe Biden won well he won Nevada, but he also won Las Vegas and but he won it closely. And so the point is that this is a sign that the Democrats are not looking good. Even in places where they should be, I should be

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"dina" Discussed on The Naked Parent podcast

The Naked Parent podcast

07:36 min | 8 months ago

"dina" Discussed on The Naked Parent podcast

"I can find it. And it's taken a lot of research. But I've over the past year and a half, I've been finding there's so many things out there, but the problem is, again, that the travel and tourism operators aren't announcing that they have these programs. So, yes, it's on a really teeny, tiny spot on their website that's like, oh, we have this autism program, but we don't talk about it. Or, you know, all we have this pass for a certain theme park, but we don't really give you any examples of this isn't things that you'll encounter on the right. These are the sensory things. There's not really a whole lot of people screaming from the rooftops. We are autism accepting rather than autism aware. And there are places like beaches that's got their over 80% of their staff trained. There's aquariums all over the country that has some kind of autism program. There's hotels that have programs, like they'll give you lanyards for your child to identify that they have autism. I know. They do a really terrible job. Oops. Sharing it. They really do. How do we find out about is there a place to search for things like that or do you call you and you just start running off ideas or what does that look like? So there's this website called autism travel dot com. And they have a whole list of okay. They have a whole list of suppliers that will that are certified through the IBC CES. I'm so sorry. No, don't worry at all. Okay, I'm going to stand up. I don't know where it's at. It was right there. And now it's done. But the place that inserted through is called the international board of continuing education and credentials. And they have a whole list of parks, hospitals, aquariums, and children's museums that are all certified through them to go beyond autism aware and to go to acceptance. So like beaches, all the beaches that resorts are certified through them. So they have all the staff at the kids club have at least some sort of training with autism so that you can feel comfortable putting your kid in the kid's club and not have to worry about somebody calling you saying that your child's having a meltdown because they can help support you. While you're on vacation. And then there's like, it's just so it's a lot. But so I was doing one of those websites first and then if you find that you need more support, that's absolutely why I open my business. So I could remove all of that stress of looking up that kind of stuff 'cause I can do it for you, just tell me, hey, I want to go to, I'm just pulling something out of thin air like the Maldives. And then I can book all inclusive for you there. And then coupled that with, I work with a respite care provider that has sitters all over the world. And send those sitters to go to the family and help support the family while they're on vacation. Oh, that's awesome. Yeah. So it's been a crazy journey. These past 18 months, but I've learned a lot and I'm only one voice, but I wish that the tourism travel and tourism industry would just be a little bit more open, I guess with how they support people with disabilities because they're not doing a very good job. In my humble opinion. But we're getting there. We're getting there. Well, and you're helping that along by promoting the places that do. And when people start seeing money come in from, that'll mean something to them and that's awesome. So I'm glad you took the plunge before we end our discussion. The show notes the best way that somebody can get ahold of you just so that somebody can follow up for more details. But that's what you did. So can I ask you a little bit about your significant other, how was their journey through pre diagnosis diagnosis and post? It's been hard for him. I think because you know, I feel like we as parents we have a certain idea, you know, of what our children are going to be like and then and then it's not, you know, we envision it's going to be like, and I think it was harder for him to take the diagnosis than it was for me because I don't want to say I'll unconditionally love my child, but I love him no matter what. You know, you know, if you come to me in the face, every single day, that's gonna be a problem. But you know what I mean? I'll still love him regardless of the diagnosis. And I think just with my husband, it just, it was a hurdle for him to get over, but now that he's accepted that this is the child that I was handed, he's been a lot more open about it and accepting with it. It just, you know, it just took him a little while to handle the whole situation, but you know, he's working full time. He's in the military, so I do most of the driving and taking out care of all the appointments and all that. Fun stuff on top of my business. Yeah. I feel like it's I mean, in my conversations in my own experience, it's just harder for us. Yeah. The reason I think the picture we have is a little more firm on what it was supposed to look like. I was a sports guy, so when I realized it wasn't going to be sports and taking the next generation through hopefully live the things that I did exceed my where I went to it was hard for me to see something else. Yeah. So I don't know if maybe he fills that way. Hang in there with me in there for us. Come around slowly. He's getting there. He's getting there. Yeah, I mean, it's tough for everybody, but it's something you're excited about in your son's future. What's something you're looking forward to? Hold on one second. What do you think? So, hey, listeners. How cool is that to have someone who's focused on where we can travel anywhere in the world that's going to meet the needs of our family? Because if you're anything like me, that I was just talking to our listeners about how cool your profession is. Thank you. Send me information on how people can get ahold of you. Okay. And then we'll set up a time down the road because I want to stay in touch anyway because we're building a family, a bigger international community, okay? That would be a really awesome story. We're supposed to relieve stress for one another, not increase it. Relieve the stress of this show. I mean, email on how people can get ahold of you and I'm going to follow up with you to see how things are going in Florida, okay? Okay, that would be archaea because these next couple months are going to be insane. Right. I look forward to hearing how you settle in in 6 months or so. We'll try and touch base. Okay. Thank you. And thank you so much for jumping on today, okay? Okay. Thank you. Bye..

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"dina" Discussed on The Naked Parent podcast

The Naked Parent podcast

08:00 min | 8 months ago

"dina" Discussed on The Naked Parent podcast

"Here somewhere. I just don't know where we got it. Gosh. You know, I'm not gonna lie, my oldest will both of them or really easy easygoing kids. Most days it was like, it's just generally questions and feeding his special interests. So lots of questions after question after question after question of your question, especially with hero love space and the weather and we talk about both topics all day long, special video games. Yeah, so there is big things. I feel like, you know, I don't want to minimize my situation, but I know we're talking about how I do travel and stuff like that. And I felt like at home where he was safe and in our neighborhood is generally less I don't experience meltdowns as much as I would on the road. You know? Because this is his routine. He's used to I get up at this time every day. We have breakfast is this time. I get to do my schoolwork and then we do video game time because he loves video games and then he'll go off to therapy and then come home and then it's easy peasy. It's just when we transition into something that isn't in his every day is when things are really hard. So and that was another big sign of that I knew that he possibly had autism was we took a big trip to Walt Disney World. And this is a big change. You're changing from Colorado to Florida in spring, so it's cold in Colorado and it's warm in Florida and he didn't like the way his shorts felt, and he didn't like wearing his ball cap, and there was so many people at Walt Disney World and it was just like this big ball of uncomfortableness and he couldn't articulate to me what was going on. And I felt like really horrible because he just started crying and I know some kids throw themselves on the floor or they just start screaming. He was just like bawling like somebody punched him in the stomach and it was just like, I'm never seen him cry like that before. So it was really interesting, but since that trip and the work we've done with his OT and his speech therapists, it's been amazing to see how he's been able to advocate for himself. So he's uncomfortable in situations like that. He can tell me like, hey, I don't want to be here anymore. And I'm like, perfect, I don't care how much money we spent. We're out here. Because it's not worth it. It's not worth it. They come uncomfortable. I want him to be happy on a trip and why I know where is the flashlight. Why make him dislike something just for my benefit? You know? Yeah. I don't want to do that to him. Right. Yeah. A really great example is like we went to Santa Fe and there was this art. Installation called meow if there. And it's a very sensory cool place that you can go and there's three in the country now and my youngest son was right next to me right now, totally loved it. He could have stayed there all day long. Going inside of a dryer and walking through your refrigerator, he just loved it. But my oldest son had a two hour window, and at the end of the two hours, he finally said to me, mom, I'm ready to go. And I was like, okay, we don't have to stay here. There's no reason to stay here. We can go to the pool if you want the hotel or go get I don't know some pizza, whatever you want to do. And we just found my husband and my youngest son and we left. And there was no reason to be like, I spend all this money. I have to do this. It's like, no. He had his fun. I had my fun, and that's great enough. I think we could I don't know if it'd be better to make it like a comedy or something deep in psychological evaluation. Like if we could get people with their Disney stories together, I mean, Disneyland might be responsible for my divorce. I mean, it was the most expensive disaster. Of my life as a parent. Right. I mean, it looked like that was abusing my kids. We were on the golf cart like trying to haul ass to the parking lot to get out and jump off the golf cart on laying on one of them. Hold that down with the other. They're screaming bloody murder. And then we finally get to the car and I'm like, let's just get out of here. We like peel out of the drive the parking lot garage right into wall to wall traffic with like 5 hours to go to get home. And throwing up from all the junk food they ate in one trigger, the other one and my ex was like, see what you did? It was a disaster. It can be. It was so horrible. It was real mess. You know, and that's the, 'cause, you know, we're talking about this. It can totally be a very big mess, but I wish that I had known about Disney's disability past their disability access service before I had gone because that would have made our trip so much better than it was. And I didn't know that until I became a travel adviser. And then I was like, oh my gosh, there's these services out here that nobody's talking about. You know, that it's just like, gosh, if I had known that, then I could have taken advantage of it. You know, and it would have made my life so much easier and if I had known about the quiet areas in the parks or all these other things that I feel like in the travel and tourism industry, they just do not share it. I mean, can you tell us a little bit about some tips to know about Disneyland if you want to go? You're saying that there's a special pass you can get? Yeah, and then there's also a similar one at Universal Studios. So if you're a Universal Studios person, they have a similar program, but it's so I can't look at it four years of travel adviser, but it is complementary. And it's for any disability that needs extra support. And what you would do is after you've purchased your tickets, you go into the parks and you go to guest services. And I know they're changing it, so there's a new system coming. It just hasn't started yet. And I don't know if it's going to start by the time this podcast. Episode airs, but anyway, you'll just explain the needs that you have. You don't have to divulge what the disability is just saying like, but you'll just tell them what you need to my son can't wait in lines very long, so they will help us by giving us return times for rides, so we're not physically waiting in line. We'll be virtually raining it away. Hey, do you want to play with delights here? Sorry. This is perfect. Typically, like I try to do it when my oldest son is in therapy and then this one's napping, but he didn't take a nap today. I know. Yeah. What else is there? There's that program. And you ask him, I mean, that's huge right there. If you don't have to wait in line, I mean, that's right. That's a huge thing right in and of itself. So let's talk a little bit about how you got into your line of work, obviously there's a huge need for it. How did it start for you? With the diagnosis I entered the travel and tourism as I opened my travel agency before my son was diagnosed, and then you're looking at him, then when he was diagnosed, that's when I decided that I was going to pivot my business 'cause I started looking for trips for myself, and I couldn't find anything that would actually support us. I also have asked other travel advisers and a lot of them didn't really have information for me. And I said, okay, well, if they don't have it, maybe.

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"dina" Discussed on The Naked Parent podcast

The Naked Parent podcast

08:07 min | 8 months ago

"dina" Discussed on The Naked Parent podcast

"You to be able to travel the world and spend precious time with your family and she wants to spend precious time with her family. Welcome to the show, Dina. Thank you for having me. I'm excited to be here. Thanks for being here, so you're calling in from Colorado. Yet. Before you move to Florida is that correct? That is correct. Yes. Children? I have two little boys, a ten year old. He just turned ten and 5. I went my God, four. Ten and four. Yeah, ten and four. So and your ten year olds on the spectrum? Is that correct? When was he diagnosed? He was diagnosed at 8 years old. I don't know if I could speak on it, but I just feel like sometimes in the military healthcare system, it can be a little bit hard to get that diagnosis. So it was a very long journey to get him finally to get someone to find a listen to me. That's challenging. Yeah, it was really challenging. We're initially in Arizona, and that's where I kind of had some. And that's my four year old if he can hear him. We had some challenges in Arizona, but like the pediatrician, just kept kind of brushing me off and then we got orders to Hawaii and was the same thing. Like, oh no, he's fine. He's gonna grow out of it and then finally we moved here to Colorado and I just said, I'm really need someone to listen to me and finally a developmental pediatrician heard me and said, yes. He is on the spectrum. And it was just like, oh, I'm not crazy. You know? Carrying me. Yeah. That's so heavy. It was a lot. It was a lot. And I know that we were talking just a little bit before this. And how I was just a little bit worried with my youngest son, too, but I think I'm going to wait till we move to Florida because we don't have that much time left in Colorado to maybe get him evaluated. But I'm gonna watch him. We'll see. When did you notice that something might be different with your ten year old? Signs that maybe something was different. I think as early as two, there was definitely some signs like he the biggest signs were the cars. He would line up all of his cars and a perfect row with perfectly like everything was in the right order of tallest shortest cars. I had a friend that she has a child that's non speaking and she just kept saying like he's just really unique. You should maybe talk to her doctor about it. And other big sign was my son is still pacing, but he was much bigger pacer when he was younger, and he could go for hours, just pacing back and forth. And I was like, I wish that someone would listen to me. I don't know if this I don't. I don't want to say typical but a typical behavior. He's just pacing and pacing and pacing and everybody said, no, he's fine. He's fine, but there was just some really jarring. Those were the two biggest signs and there was other little things like walking, took a really long time and language was slower to develop than his brother was kind of why I'm kind of like, I don't know. I don't think he is on the spectrum, but yeah, just okay. For all the medical professionals that are listening to the show, whatever emoji is shows screaming people, please accept that from me like scream scream scream scream scream can somebody please tell the medical profession that it's okay to work with us on keeping it real with what's going on with our kids. Right. Because making us feel like we're absolutely losing our mind is not going to help us be better parents. It's not going to help our children. It doesn't help us in any way to make us believe that they're going to grow out of it. And we just sit around waiting year after year day after day hour after hour waiting for this thing to happen that doesn't happen to anybody that comes on the show. I'm sure you had to carry the flag for 6 years before somebody said you can put down your crazy yeah. Yeah. You're laughing because that's all we can do. I think that's it. Yeah. Yeah. It is heavy. You're absolutely right. It wasn't. It wasn't something that I'd want anybody to experience. You know, especially coming in the future for other autistic kids. I want a medical professional to listen the first time. Not 6 years down the road, for sure. I know. Can we get a waiver or something that we can fill out that says you're allowed to talk to us and keep it real? We're not going to do whatever it is that you're worried about, which has you telling us that it's just delayed, even though what to expect when you're expecting is like 14 years ahead of where we're at just waiting for our delay to be over. Right. Can we graduate to the next the next volume of what to expect? I'm making fun of a heavy topic because it just comes up so much. I want to support our community of parents. And I feel like that's one area that where we need support is in the beginning so that we can get off and running so that we can get tools and resources and do our job. Right, absolutely. You know, be questioning our sanity while we're sleep deprived while all the other things that are tough about parenting and oh by the way, you're you might be crazy too. So after all those years, so you had a friend that kind of said maybe you need to look into this you're seeing some signs. You finally reached out. You got the diagnosis. How did you take that? I mean, what did it feel like once you got the diagnosis? A relief. 'cause I thought I was nuts for a really long time. I mean, I really did. And then, you know, there's people around me, they're saying, they've seen signs with him, and I was just like, I'm so glad that someone has finally listened to me. 'cause it feels like, you know, when people, I know that there's that trigger word of gaslighting where people are telling you, otherwise. And it was just like, I just felt when I finally heard those words, I said, okay, it doesn't change my son. He's still the same exact person, the only thing it does is make me feel a lot less crazy. And now that I have this diagnosis, I can get him the support because he really needed support with speech and he really needed to support with OT and it was like, okay, let's just do this. And you know, I'll be the opposite of a soccer mom. I'm taking him to therapy and we're sitting there together and it was just like, I'm so glad that I heard this finally. It was really crazy making. I'm not gonna lie. It really was. Yeah. What aha moments did you have throughout this process. What did a bad day look like for you take us in a day in the life of Dina, farmer and family? I'm sorry, my son was asking for a flashlight and I don't think I have one down here. In there, I'm not sure where daddy put it. I know, I'm sorry. I'm sorry, chat. Oh, yeah, you don't have to be sorry. That's the show is named. That isn't it. Very reason. If this doesn't, if this isn't real, I don't know what is. I know, right? It's a flashlight. I know. I don't know. I have a flashlight in every room. I do. And I can't believe what kind of parent I was special needs child doesn't have a flashlight..

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Biden enlists CEOs to warn of default if debt cap not raised

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 9 months ago

Biden enlists CEOs to warn of default if debt cap not raised

"President Biden isn't listing top business leaders in a bid to push Congress into immediately suspending the federal debt limit the president's been warning for days of what would happen if the U. S. defaults on its debt for the first time no it's a meteor headed to crash in our economy and corporate chiefs who joined him virtually and here at the White House added their own warnings we are simply put playing with fire right now city CEO Jane Fraser says the U. S. cannot wait until the last minute to resolve this nasdaq chief a dina Friedman says the impacts being felt on Wall Street we would expect continued delay in extending the debt limit would further destabilize the markets the treasury department warns it will quickly run out of money to pay the nation's debts if the limits not raised in the next dozen days Sager mag on the at the White House

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"dina" Discussed on Inspiire Mantra

Inspiire Mantra

05:27 min | 10 months ago

"dina" Discussed on Inspiire Mantra

"In stressful situations we have to look for. We have to accept the challenges. Right have to accept it and then you have to look for the resources to make plan and that really has been really helpful and can't be afraid to ask for. It's we don't know everything and so we need to reach out sometimes to people who do know and that can help us do this. These challenges welcome to hosta sheba. So this is specifically talking about international keynote speakers and award-winning winning exports on enterpreneurial and dealership journey. They're not only teach. They also gave you to become a leader in your specific industry and they are in this industry. From almost the trained different entities countries. They traveled and deliver speeches around the world. The guarding boo enterpreneurs regarding leadership. I welcome mr and mrs nolan and d-notice my show inspired. Hello everyone great to be here. Honor blesses it's wonderful to have you a bullet on my particular show. So particularly i would like to ask you one thing about you. So people around the world. I'm sure they know about you. Much at led to understand from your in what could be that one thing you would like to specific guys visit by i in yours so that they can get to know moldable. Your i think godless important thing about it is that we've done some pretty spectacular things some historic things and we're just normal everyday. People were not special. Were not big stars on and our whole mantra is if we can do. You certainly can do it too. And that's what our book is about. Thirty one cents to forty three countries helping to inspire and give me to those who would like to make a difference in the world whether it's a business healthcare teaching we believe that if you follow your instincts and you follow your internal compass and you work hard at it. You prove you approve it and you get training now to your passion will get. You always finish finding that some the so. This question is specific for you. Dina you left home at age of aiding and you have got so many learnings and experiences in yard rob drawer journey. So what made you to leave home and final that one thing in which you always dreamed of and what he things you learn over the time i think sheva..

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Lady Diana: Fairy Tale or Horror Story?

Timesuck with Dan Cummins

02:09 min | 10 months ago

Lady Diana: Fairy Tale or Horror Story?

"Diana princess of wales oftentimes called the people's princess born into a wealthy aristocratic family with strong royal ties. Dina grew up assuming her future would be pretty damn bright of course. She assumed that she was raised. Essentially to be married someone with royal blood to be married to a high born man of means. But you couldn't have known or assumed dreamt. Maybe that you would actually marry the prince of england heir to the british throne and become the british commonwealth princess. That's exactly what happened. She i caught. Prince charles is is a teenager when he was of all things. Dating her older sister would appear to be a sweet and dreamlike. Royal romance would begin later when that would capture the world's attention then it seemed to have it all to be living a fairy tale. A little prince the off romanticized prince charming had picked her her foot at fit the fabled glass slipper and she looked like a fairytale princess. She was young elegant fashionable beautiful. And now she wasn't actual princess but fairy tales. Don't often actually really come true do they. Yes dan i was becoming a princess but she was not becoming the happy bride of a devoted in love struck prince charming their fairytale romance was fake from the beginning a show put on for the cameras to uphold the all important picture perfect and profitable image of the british royal family beneath the facade of their romance behind the beautiful clothes and jewels. Extravagant wealth was a woman who is sick and suffering. Diana wet a man whose heart and bed already belonged someone else someone. The king and queen had deemed unsuitable wife for the prince. Diana's happy heavily publicized honeymoon was spent largely in tears. She married a man who she didn't really love because you didn't really know him a man who wished he was married to someone else and now diana worked hard to hide her true feelings from the media frenzy that surrounded her. She'd sacrificed any hope for a private life. Once she'd said yes to prince charles's marriage proposal. The british media and paparazzi would now watch her every move the rest of her life often waiting for her to make a mistake looking for suspected chinks in the royal family's armor diana herself said towards the end of her life after her marriage had ended. I seem to be on the front of a newspaper every single day which is an isolating experience and the higher. The media puts you places you. The bigger the drop

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"dina" Discussed on The Daily Beans

The Daily Beans

02:11 min | 11 months ago

"dina" Discussed on The Daily Beans

"Those are going to be the next two books. I just don't know in what order. I'm going to do them. And as you know. I will always have the author on the final episode to answer your questions. If you're patriot you can go to patron dot com slash the daily beans and eventually we'll put a link up on that page where you can click and fill out a form and ask you a question to the author since cool. What a cool. What a flex. To as long as we have the author at the very elliott was like. You're the oprah of political book really are. Oh my god. I need a sticker put on the front of the ag approved a dis book club. Msw book club approved some awesome. What amy was so great to see you. I missed you while you were gone to to. And we'll see you next week. I'll be that will be in savannah doing a movie but i will be here accident. I love savannah. Georgia's such a beautiful georgia. Yeah i can't wait. I've only ever driven through savannah so if anybody has any restaurant recommendations or just literally any recommendations. Let me know because i will be there for two months. I have one recommendation for you. Watch the movie midnight in the garden of good and evil before you okay. Am i going to be scared. No it's it's just it's it's just about the the peccadilloes and intricacies and things about savannah. Georgia takes place there. And it's it's got John husak who is a fan of the beans. Yeah it's very very very cool. Movie baron cohen book midnight in the garden of good in the garden of good nearby definitely heard of it. I will watch it on the plane. Thank you sweep all right. Everybody until next tune. Please take care of herself to character. Take care of the planet and take care of your mental health. I've been alison. Gill and aimee carrero. Them's the beans. The daily beans is written and executive produced by alison gill with additional research reporting by dana. Goldberg and aimee. Carrero sound design and editing is by desiree mcfarland with art and web design by joel reader with moxy design studios music for the daily beans as written and performed by they might be giants and the show is a proud member of the msw media network. A collection of creator owned podcasts. To news politics.

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"dina" Discussed on The Daily Beans

The Daily Beans

03:12 min | 11 months ago

"dina" Discussed on The Daily Beans

"Chunk has loved shoes to mac anytime. I visit my parents where she lives. She winds up rubbing or lying on my shoes. She's weird but we love her and look at the look at that. And that's in chong or maybe that's the is at shankar now could be a flu. F- to be forced forced perspective flu chunk situation. But yeah i wherever. There's a pair of shoes that that i have blida really a library I have an album of photos in my phone of my cat loving shoes. So yeah maybe it's because they smell like you. I don't know cats. I don't know i'm like computing cats dogs. My dogs love. my dog. Loves all of my stinky issues Okay okay next stop. We have kevon no pronounce given not sure if this counts as good news. Or what but here goes. My brother. bought me a copy of here. Right matters for my birthday a couple of weeks ago this afternoon. A white cardboard envelope showed up on my step from harpercollins. And i had no idea what it was but inside was a sticker with colonel. Vind men's signature for my book. I have a signed copy now. That is very good news. Kevin oh kevin. That's really good news. And it's like an european one too. Yeah you've actually just reminded me to bring my copy of here. Right matters to dc. So that i can also obtain a signature That's amazing awesome. Such a good book to all right next up from wayne pronunciation him hello. Add abyan everyone else. Who works on the show years ago. When i moved from new york city to to virginia. I purchased a car as it's necessary to get around and was not in new york. It was a simple practical purchase essentially grabbed the first car in my price range which wound up being a ford focus. It served me well for eight years. A hundred and fifty thousand miles but it was time for a change. I found myself in a position to get a car. I really like as opposed to buying one out of necessity and this past weekend i was able to drive home with a new ish must baby. It's sweet looking fun to drive if i myself looking for excuses to leave the house. I'm even looking forward to my once. Weekly commute into the office after a year of personal loss and feeling drained by all the awful things happening in the world. that new car is lifted. My mood a bit. Thanks again for all. You do to make the news digestible and entertaining. I do not have tax. But i hope a pick of the stang will suffice. Wow that's or car. I like the new staying and when you have to tell us what you end up naming her him they i. I have to also look. Can i don't know. I don't think this is standard in all mustangs. But that's a that. Looks like a dropped version. Like it's got some faring around or something that's really cool. I love the long hood like that. And it curves down a little bit a very car very sexy car now. If only you can add an italian accent to that and you could have us all. You can have the entire staff of the daily beans. you can pick us up and you're staying okay. Next we got allen pronounced him to the luminous ladies of the lagoon..

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"dina" Discussed on The Daily Beans

The Daily Beans

01:38 min | 11 months ago

"dina" Discussed on The Daily Beans

"And brings them out to the kids and says get out of my yard. Eat cheesecake with your dog. Oh my name. It's been really really wonderful talking with you today. Do you have any projects or show's coming up or anything that you want to promote and also i want you to tell everybody where they can follow you on the socials. Yeah i'm on all the socials at dna nina exo dna. And i am a exo. I run lady laughs comedy oppositions except for twitter at lady laskey twitter's lady laughs fest. It stand up and we produce a lot of shows in the madison wisconsin area as well as we're about to tour a couple things as soon as we can figure out how to do that. Mistake manner throughout the country and then my podcast is. I love funny. Women absolute auto parts guess places wonderful. I love funny women because they do so all my madison people you gotta go out and see dina nina absolutely wonderful talking to you today and i wish you the best and i want to check in again you know. We opened up a little and now we want to be closing back down but once we're all free again to go out and do all of our shows i i definitely would love to have you back. I'd love to globe ed. Thank you so much stena. thank you everybody. stick around. we'll be right back with the goodness everybody it's alison. Thanks for listening to the daily beans. We love you for this show. We create videos social posts. Infographics website designs logos posters before. I hired a professional. It wasn't always an easy process. It took a.

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"dina" Discussed on The Daily Beans

The Daily Beans

08:13 min | 11 months ago

"dina" Discussed on The Daily Beans

"I'm so excited to be joined today. By somebody i think is one of the funniest people working today. She's founder of lady laughs comedy an actor and transgender comic. Please welcome dina nina. Thank you so much on that. So sweet breathe to say and i just wanted to double check your pronouns. She and her absolutely okay. I wanted to make sure as our mind. Thank you very much thank you. Let's dive in. Because first of all i mean you have so many incredible credits you've been heard on. Pbs nbc. you were called one of fifty eight trans women actors. You should know and also love by autostrada. I love that you know comedians actors. You should know already thing. So how long have you been doing this. What got you into it. I started doing standup in away. Fifteen years ago and Have just been plugging along and moved to the mid west. You know former career. It's a big move that most comics aren't afraid to make every trying to go the opposite direction and dislike. I i could use. I could use a little. You know cheese kurds an extra weight on my body kurds all my seriously though my my favorite stage shows madison. Minneapolis twin cities area. Chicago midwest is so fun to shows it. Is i love how. I did not expect what i expected in the mid west. So i transitioned in los angeles. Majority of my adult upbringing was in los angeles But i i moved there from texas but after moving to la transitioning and coming into my adulthood really knowing myself in a city and then moving to the middle of the country. I was like. I'm going to get murdered or married and neither one has happened. So winning. Yeah you n. So i found this warmth that i did not expect especially these a trans person coming into you know a smaller city and being like. Hey i'm here you know. And and they just welcomed me. And and i've gotten to perform all over the midwest and the people that i mean are just really cool and nice to salt of the earth. People you know. Yeah i noticed that too. You know i never i every time i was there. I didn't wanna talk politics with anybody that i met. Everybody was just you still just ignore that and then everybody is awesome. Yeah and an amazing. If you just kind of leave that little bit of an out i've noticed and even sometimes we were just who you know you get into conversations with folks you find where you have common ground. Everybody's got common ground somewhere and you can tell with people people care about jobs and their kids in their schools and and at work you know work ethic and jobs and stuff and as long as you stay on those topics. Everything seems pretty chill. Yeah i agree with that i. I'm mostly in madison. But i'm all over like the midwest cities and towns so i kinda happened into a very progressive. you know town and people around me which is amazing So i'm not usually really scared of talking politics. But if i leave you now the proper the city limits. I usually am mike okay. Let's talk about my inner thighs like on the stage is different right. I mean i. I just mean like being out in in those areas because on onstage people know who you are when they come to see you know it so that it gives you a little more freedom nerine. Yeah i wanted. I wanted to ask you about something you just mentioned which was finding your voice basically You know i started we. You know as a comedian. I was just basically mitch hedberg. Doing one liners. But as i grew and found my voice i found i became a more of a storyteller and that was my my comfort zone. Talk a little bit about. Because you know i didn't go through transition so i can't imagine or i can't understand what that doing that at the same time as like. Can you talk a little bit about that. I'm interested to know what that what that's like. Yeah i actually became a stand up comic. Because as i was transitioning i i was a show girl for a while and and and there was something about moving into womanhood. That made me feel less comfortable with the over feminization sexualization of of how we view and depict women in in the drag culture and the queer culture. So i just went to stand up. And i sound that. Everybody always say stand up comedian. And let's be clear we all go through some sort of transition For anything so mine was just about my gender identity orientation which actually freed me more than i think a lot of a lot of things but when i found that comedy and just becoming a woman not i am proud to be a translator but when it comes down to i'm just a woman living my life you know fat girl in a in a in a toxic world you know being being me being funny and using my humor to educate and spread positivity in love even when i get cranky i think i my love my you know time positive spare. I'm really not real positive. But like you know i feel like the inside of me like the. The filling is the creamy new get center. Yeah yeah and comedy just was amazing for me and and being able to express all the things that i didn't know anyone else was feeling onstage was amazing how it is truly incredible how so many people can relate to the details. You know maybe not necessarily the big picture now right but the details. I've talked to a lot of comics about this You know for me specifically it was about taking a trauma and working it into something. That's relatable to everybody so that we all laugh and we all win. You know what i mean. Yeah and so whatever that situation issue or you're trying to educate people on is whatever it is. there are relatable bits. Just like how. I was talking to you. You know when we talk to folks outside of our bubble that there are reliability a points that we can always we can all focus on and everybody goes through these things regardless of how they went through them. Do you know what i mean. A a thousand percent. When i started. Stand up i was. I don't remember there being more than two or three other trans comedians. At the time that were out doing things you know and a lot of people were like if you you know if you just talk a little bit higher and you know if you change everything about you you could just pretend not to be you know but they would be like. You don't have to say that you're trans on stage. And i was like i went through a whole process where i was like. I need to talk about this because people don't know who we are. People don't know us from anything other than being a dead prostitute on on a deck. While show you know down dunham. So i specifically talked about how crazy this to be a woman in dating and how crazy it is. Our relationships with our enters is and you know our our skin elasticity all of those things that all women relate to and a lot of men do to and and so when i go on stage the the majority of my material isn't hey i have appeanas. You know it's it's. 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"dina" Discussed on The Daily Beans

The Daily Beans

06:02 min | 11 months ago

"dina" Discussed on The Daily Beans

"At that thousand number not the not the multiple of thousands that the media has been reporting in fact since july. We have evacuated over one hundred thousand americans and afghan allies. We should be able to have the remaining americans out by the august thirty first deadline and there are talks to stop triaging afghans at the airport to get them into neighboring countries and then process their status. I assume the administration which has already begun to evacuate. Us troops is working on the safety of our military members on the ground as fewer and fewer will remain. It's those last events that the situation will become ripe for danger. As our forces reduced it just makes sense as we withdraw more and more troops to be fewer there and they'll be more danger a state department reports. They are in constant communication with taliban who is the enemy. Sworn enemy of isis k. To coordinate that final withdraw. The taliban wants us out. We want out and we fight on the same side against isis k. As that terrorist group is actually vying to take control of afghanistan by expressing the desire to overthrow the taliban though they are vastly outnumbered isis k. Is vying for power because they believe the taliban is to moderate and then more explosions were heard later in the day but those were found to be american soldiers and troops and folks supporting the american effort to secure the area. That's them destroying american equipment. So it doesn't fall into the hands of the taliban or other terrorist groups. My heart goes out to the service members. my shipmates. their families and the service members on the ground who continue the mission in the face of this devastating attack and my rage lie squarely on the narrow shoulders of the former president who signed surrender to the taliban which was a signal to terrorists to start planning attacks. We withdrew and don't for one minute. Listen to any trump supporter. Who said nothing when he called service members veterans and the war dead suckers and losers a coward who dodged the draft five times and is so transactional in nature and selfish in nature. That he's fully and wholly incapable of understanding why anyone would serve a greater cause other than themselves. President biden echoed those remarks and he gave marks today after the terror attacks on our troops. He said he's been in contact day. With and others here and in afghanistan and in doha qatar he said quote these american servicemembers who gave their lives are heroes heroes who have been engaged in a dangerous selfless mission to save the lives of others. He says our hearts ache for all. Those afghan families who lost loved ones in the attack lost children or who who were wounded and then he. He said being the father of an army major when he came home after a year in iraqi was diagnosed as many were with an aggressive and lethal cancer of the brain and he said we lost so we have some sense. As many of you do what this is like. He said a feeling that you're being sucked into a black hole in the middle of your chest. But he said but i know this we have a continuing obligation a sacred obligation to you and those heroes and that obligation lasts forever and he said for those who carried out this attack and for those who wish americans harm no this we will not forgive we will not forget we will hunt you down and make you pay. He continued to go on saying he would defend our interests and our people with every measure at his command. He said we will not be deterred by terrorists. We will not let them stop our mission. We continue our evacuation. He said he's also ordered his commanders to develop operation plans to strike isis k. Leadership and facilities. He said we will respond with force and precision on our time in the place. We choose at the moment of our choosing. He closed with a moment of silence and saying america will not be intimidated. Then took some questions now. He said we will authorize additional forces to respond to protect the americans who remain on the ground. I've instructed the military that whatever they need if they need additional force i will grant it for now the joint chiefs and commanders subscribe to the mission as designed so for now. They're not asking for additional troops but biden says he will grant whatever they ask for but with regard to finding and tracking down the isis leaders. Who ordered this biden said we have some reason to believe we know who they are. We will find ways of our choosing without large military operations to get them wherever they are biden was also asked if he when against the advice of his advisors with regards to evacuating air force. Base before civilians biden. Said unequivocally put this to rest that the commanders both at the pentagon and sent common if ghanistan advised him that bog rem was not much value added and it was much wiser to focus on kabul biden said so i followed their recommendation but he said i bear full responsibility for all that has happened as of late so very powerful words from the president in other news. A hartland township man was sentenced to six years in prison wednesday for his role in the plot to kidnap. Michigan governor gretchen whitmer. Last year after reaching a plea agreement with prosecutors tied gerard garvan twenty five years old is the first of those accused in a high profile conspiracy to be sentenced. Four michigan adam fox of pottsville daniel joseph harris of lake orion caleb. Franks of water for township and brandon certa of canton township plus delaware resident berry cross. Junior have also been charge in federal court in connection with the alleged kidnapping plot. And we'll go to trial later this year. They argue they were victims of entrapment by federal agents. Garvan pled guilty in january to his part. In the conspiracy to kidnap whitmer during the height of state mandated corona virus shutdowns last year. He's the only defendant to plead guilty and both prosecutors and garbage attorney acknowledged garbin would serve as.

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Evacuation Flights Resume in Kabul After Deadly Bombings by ISIS-K

The Daily Beans

01:31 min | 11 months ago

Evacuation Flights Resume in Kabul After Deadly Bombings by ISIS-K

"Lead story today. Is that thirteen. American service members are dead and fifteen wounded after two explosions that were caused by isis k. Suicide bombers happened at the airport in kabul isis k. Or isis corazon is the afghan branch of isis general. Mackenzie head of centcom says we should expect these attacks or attempts for these kinds of attacks to continue. There have been warnings of these attacks perpetrated by isis k. They've no doubt been planning the attacks. Since trump signed our surrender to the taliban last year biden has been warning both his administration officials and the public about this danger on the ground. And how it's real and it is the reason we needed to leave despite the attacks today. General mackenzie says the mission to evacuate remaining. Americans and afghan allies will continue per usual. The media is vastly overestimating. The number of americans remaining. They've been saying there are thousands and thousands struggling to get out abandoned by the government but the state department has announced. Today there were fifteen hundred. We successfully extracted five hundred. Those leaving about a thousand around afghantistan and there are currently operations to get those americans out probably via helicopter to deliver them safely to the couple airport as us troops begin to try to find those terrorists responsible for the suicide bombings this morning. The pentagon has confirmed that the number of americans still in afghanistan is at that thousand number not the not the multiple of thousands that the media has been reporting in fact since july. We have evacuated over one hundred thousand americans and afghan allies.

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Dina Rifkin's Advice on Attracting the Right Partner

LifePix Relationships With ST

02:20 min | 11 months ago

Dina Rifkin's Advice on Attracting the Right Partner

"You use writing a book. Now on your seventy-one dates. Oh thanks right. Now there's actually two books in process there's a bigger one seventy one dates and i'm also doing pocket. Help guide the pocket help. Guide just has like quicken dirty. What do you do when you're on the date. So i have a list of questions to ask for different dates and ideas for where to go. Do stuff to work on yourself so that you attract the right partner Fun in seventy one day tiger through my whole story. And i started out in a pretty toxic situation. I was divorced before i go through all the inner work that i went through and everything i had to do to get honest with myself about where i was really at and why i was getting the partners i was or not really partners but parasites and and it was because of me the kind of life's ahead and so i really had to take a look at whether i was creating a life for myself or i was just an escape mode and hoping guy six for me and it was number two talk about that. 'cause we speak a lot about becoming the purse to the you want you want your partner to be in link if you want. Someone's really carrying than you go and become a really caring person but a lot of people have a really hard time with that why they have to work on themselves first before they could go on ask about how could actually go and happen in their partner. Why is that. Yeah well said with that I think that it comes down to when we look for love. We often much like with wealth. We come from a place of lack and choose me for example. I was someone who grew up pretty poor. I struggled with poverty quite a lot and I had this fantasy in my head. That once i found someone everything would be fine. I don't know how i had no actual idea but magically everything would be okay. I'd be this functional responsible. Person could do things and got up on time. And all that and that wasn't happening and so i realized that for me if i wanted to really find someone who is healthy i would have to be his

D-Backs' Gilbert Throws No-Hitter in First Career Start

AP News

00:41 sec | 11 months ago

D-Backs' Gilbert Throws No-Hitter in First Career Start

"He just his first major league start Tyler Gilbert tossed a record tying eighth no hitter this season leading the dina backs to a seven nothing win over the Padres just incredible I mean it was just one of those days I just I don't know who it is like a I know balls we're gonna head around but they're gonna hit you guys and I was making good pitches I mean it was it was just kind of a a rush the whole time he's the third major league pitcher to throw a no hitter in his first start and the first is bobo Holloman of the Browns in nineteen fifty three it's the first time since eighteen eighty four the eight no hitters have been thrown in the season drew Ellis belted a three run Homer to cap Arizona's five run first Josh VanMeter provided three of the Diamondbacks fifteen hits I'm Dave very

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"dina" Discussed on The KTS Success Factor (a Podcast for Women)

The KTS Success Factor (a Podcast for Women)

04:56 min | 11 months ago

"dina" Discussed on The KTS Success Factor (a Podcast for Women)

"Believes that everyone can achieve their maximum potential. Welcome dina thanks for being here. I thank you so much servicer. Nice that you have me this morning. Appreciate you having me. So what is the biggest challenge you help female business leaders based today and what might be the symptoms of that challenge. Show i think one time or another. In professional chris find himself industry workplace. It does not one acknowledged Politically by not jimmy. Not there is a factory that will affect their careers. Status oftentimes a lifetime. Earning potential getting getting getting clients of apple of selfishness and oftentimes. They will lose yourself confidence. So what i try to do. I tried to help women. Finer internal compass and user passions to find the purpose of the victim evolve to talent mastery and focused effort. Great some very needed today. And what which is the biggest mistakes for clients make before working with you. Well like many women. They often underestimate talent and my skill and so working to industry. So we're communication ministry. I work from an academic standpoint so in the entertainment industry even today oftentimes of story. Just before kobe hit we were booked at a casino Are and i was going through security entertainers have to go through the back door to get into the stage area. And when i went through security they looked at me. My husband went ahead of me. It looked to me. It's on sorry. Wives can't go with musicians and that that was so funny because the name the name of my band is the depressed doubt and so we were scheduled and should have been on his docket. And i looked at my civic. What do you mean were were scheduled or release said again. I'm sorry but why did not allow with their husband musicians. I said this is my band. I'm scheduled for tonight and you've looked at very flustered. you know very apologetic and these had. Oh i'm so sorry. But even today i still get that from an academic standpoint although i see less of it. Oftentimes people assume that my doctorate is in liberal arts and by the way i love liberal arts but matrix actually in business and sometimes people make assumptions about me that will affect oftentimes liability to lead in certain situations..

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Unvaccinated Americans Are Behind Rising Covid-19 Hospitalizations and Deaths

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:29 min | 11 months ago

Unvaccinated Americans Are Behind Rising Covid-19 Hospitalizations and Deaths

"Is a fact day that the ninety between ninety seven and ninety nine percent of people who are in the hospital or dina cogan are unvaccinated. Now you can start to pars that and you could say well. It goes back to january. I'm just talking about right now. And i have my team and i researched this all weekend long. I wanted to make sure that number is correct and it is so you have to make your decision. Based on that knowledge. That's all we can do. Laura trump is right. The cdc has been so inconsistent in its messaging and so contradictory and show many flip-flops. But this is a number that i'm not confident about a lot of numbers by the way i'm not but i'm not going to start getting into a back. And forth about the fact that the almost entire percentage of people who are hospitalized and dying of kogi are unvaccinated. Now you know me. I'm not trying to browbeat you. I'm not trying to force you put into your body. The you don't wanna put in so i but i do believe in data that we that is verifiable that will lead you to make an informed decision. Please don't muddy the water and pretend muddy waters and pretend that that number is true because it

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Florida Urged to Ramp up Vaccination Effort Amid ‘Alarming’ Covid Rise

Maggi Tax

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Florida Urged to Ramp up Vaccination Effort Amid ‘Alarming’ Covid Rise

"Cases in the state continued to go up. The Florida Department of Health is reporting over 73,000 new covid 19 cases in the past week, which is over three times the number of new cases from two weeks ago. As covid cases rise. People who didn't want to get the covid vaccine are starting to change their minds. Dina Dorsten talk to Fox 35 in Orlando outside Immobile vaccine site at the Orlando Police Department. I lost two friends this week in their thirties from the virus. What? Yeah, here one in Miami one in Naples, Florida, So that was my wake up call. Dorsten says things that she read on social media made her distrust the vaccine. She also is eight months pregnant and doesn't want to risk passing the virus to her baby. A

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"dina" Discussed on The Joy of Text

The Joy of Text

04:35 min | 1 year ago

"dina" Discussed on The Joy of Text

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"dina" Discussed on The Joy of Text

The Joy of Text

05:02 min | 1 year ago

"dina" Discussed on The Joy of Text

"So today we are so excited to be joined by dina shalev executive director of the israeli organization. La dot so. Thank you so much for joining us. Tina thank you for having me absolutely so i guess first of all. Could you tell us and our listeners. A little bit about the mission of led to the doctors were based in jerusalem. Were just some organization We've been actually around for quite a while. Used to be called shallow. That was founded in one thousand nine hundred ninety six one of the first organizations in israel to deal with reproductive rights. We're still one of the only organizations in israel dealing with reproductive rights and also throughout the years our mission has evolved into also spreading healthy sexuality in general as together with promoting reproductive healthy. That's writes the change of name to adapt choose. Well that's the main being able to make better more conscious choices about when sexuality in general our mission is to promote healthy sexuality and reproductive rights. Do it with three main projects that we run. One is counseling center which is one on one peer based counseling which we do either will right now mostly over the phone and internet both so face to face everything to do with sexuality mostly To do with choosing the right contraception how to use it properly Women who have a pregnancy scare went to know about the morning actor pill and also everything to do with unwanted pregnancy which we help women also making the right decision for themselves and also helping them throughout the bureaucracy and the emotional thing they to go through while deciding to have an abortion that believes in. The right of a woman turned buddy. So that's one of our main project. We also have a healthy sexuality department which we do healthy sexuality workshops mostly in High schools and middle schools throughout jerusalem mostly within the secular community. Sadly we still haven't reached the religious community proper. Yeah shocker that's the schools. Could add the counseling for birth control and abortion. Is that also for the religious community. Yeah well that's open to everyone actually bank citing thing is that we're right these days opening arabic line which will be completely that. We're we're recruiting arab palestinian women who live release through them. I mean it's going to be like a we're going to have someone in charge of it. There's no there won't be any jewish women other than myself involved in the slide. Not only the damage but the cultural sensitivity that you need a knowing so we really do ten to all of jerusalem and we meet everyone from parades to cecilio made to secular to the so you. I mean you've talked in the past that you don't get into that religious school so much but the counseling you do get a lot of calls from right and what are what are some of the issues that come up so most of the things that would come out for either contraception contacted methods because they don't really have anyone to talk about this or maybe they want something which isn't hormonal. But they don't know their options so we'll explain things about the diaphragm about.

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Diana Legacy Lingers as Fans Mark Late Royal’s 60th Birthday

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

Diana Legacy Lingers as Fans Mark Late Royal’s 60th Birthday

"Princess Diana's legacy lingers as fans mock the late wells a sixtieth birthday most people wouldn't volunteer to walk through a mine field in nineteen ninety seven princess Diana did it twice she realized some of the photographers accompanying her didn't get the first shot so she turned around and did it again right to edit that Ingrid Seward says dina understood the power of imagery and she knew the photograph was worth a hundred words she would reach over the heads of people in a crowd to shake someone's hand behind she would kneel down to children those touched by the life of the preschool teacher turned princess remembering her ahead of what would it be her sixtieth birthday on Thursday Charles there this month London

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The Cost of Clean, Green Aluminum

Switched On

02:07 min | 1 year ago

The Cost of Clean, Green Aluminum

"Sharon julia thank you for being on the show today to talk about aluminum. Thank you thanks for having his. We're going to refer to it as aluminum on the podcast today. Although i will say so you guys are recording from newark. I'm recording from london. And they call it. Aluminium here and i did a little bit of research on it and as it turns out many chemists also call it aluminium and it's otherwise just a real cultural divide and there's no excellent reason for why he give extra syllables here. There's a funny story. That where i was always told that they were looking at the periodic table and thinking about the different. Nca shin spellings. And they were like okay. One of you get aluminum and one of you can get like sulfur with a ph. And i'm not sure who negotiated. What but it kinda sounds like aluminum lost okay. Somewhere somewhere mayor in the folklore of the periodic table. Everybody this is for your next cocktail party. Chat okay so here we are. We're gonna talk about decarbonisation of aluminum which has a lot of different pathways. So as those who are listening to the show realize what we talked to analysts. You're talking them about a ended up piece of research that they've written in this is a doozy. It's fifty pages so we are going to do our very best to pull out some of the most interesting parts but of course there will always be more so i would like to start by really understanding the scale of the industry and the scale of the emissions issue so first of all. Where are we finding aluminum. And and how big industry is this. Dina we really think of aluminum as one of the major metals. When you think about them you've got steel and steel is a huge industry. And then you have aluminum which is second but quite a bit behind steel in terms of volume so it seen as i material that you use when you need a slightly more advanced medal. So it's used a lot in. Airplanes is houston kind of middle of the road bicycles. It's used in cars where it's important for them to be a little bit lighter potentially in electric

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What You Need to Know About the FireEye Hack

Planet Money

01:55 min | 1 year ago

What You Need to Know About the FireEye Hack

"You're on the breaking news. Investigative team here at npr. And you've spent months working on this story. So why don't you just pick up where we left off a with kevin mandy the ceo of fireeye. Right he's realized there's somebody who's not an employee who's inside their network and that's a problem so we had several weeks where i'm sitting there going boy. I wonder how they broke in. And it is a terrible nag dina. What's responding to a breach anywhere whether your own house or someone else's house and you don't know how broken so fire is in the business of trying to figure out exactly that kind of thing and that's what other companies typically pay them to do and what they do is they try to think back to. What the earliest evidence of compromise could be. You know like where they might have seen some sort of stranger in their network or where that stranger could come in and they trace this back literally for weeks and they think it all started with some software from a company called solar wizz so at that point the only logical conclusion that i drew was sump. Draw the solar wind server solar winds. We know now. That's what this big that this whole story is about came to be called the solar winds hack and i'm going to be honest with you. I've been sort of following that story. But i don't think i've ever really understood. Like what is solar winds. What is solar winds is a software company and they make a bunch of different kinds of software. But the one. That's at the center of this story is a software they make to manage computer networks cry so nothing to do with either the sun or the wind from thinking alternative energy. I'm entirely in the wrong universe entirely in the wrong. I have no idea what kind of how they came up with the name. But can i can tell you is that. It's what's called network management software. This is what. It people use basically so they can keep an eye on the entire network

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Bob Baffert Suspended From Entering Horses in Belmont Stakes

Atlanta's Morning News

00:25 sec | 1 year ago

Bob Baffert Suspended From Entering Horses in Belmont Stakes

"Will not even be allowed to run in the third leg of the Triple Crown, The Belmont. Dina Spirits trainer bomb Baffert has been suspended in New York pending results of drug tests following the Kentucky Derby reporter Steve Futterman says the Medina spirit tested positive for a banned steroid. Its third place finish in the Preakness means no Triple Crown winner this year. Hundreds of homes flood around like Charles, Louisiana, being hit by two hurricanes and ice storm and a

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Lightning Beat Red Wings 2-1, Aiming for Carolina in Central

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Lightning Beat Red Wings 2-1, Aiming for Carolina in Central

"The lightning have crept closer to the central division leading hurricanes by nipping the red wings two to one Blake Coleman scored sixteen seconds in on the bolts first shot it's a great way for the team sometimes I can be a little bit of a trap like it's gonna be an easier night than it is but generally you can build on that energy and you know I thought the next shift the boys came over the boards and you know they had a few good looks as well and could have been to nothing right away as they improved to five oh one one in its last six to pull within two points of Carolina the Kyle circuit Jeff added another goal early in the second period backup Christopher Gibson stopped twenty two shots and blanked the red wings until Philip the dina scored late in the second period Jonathan Bernier made forty saves for Detroit which earned a one nothing shoot out win over the lightning on Saturday I'm the ferry

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Obsessed With Dinosaurs (MM #3679)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 1 year ago

Obsessed With Dinosaurs (MM #3679)

"The with kevin mason even though they've been gone for thousands of years. I'm still fascinated with how people are obsessed with dinosaurs. It makes sense for children. I think i encountered my first dinosaur skeleton bones and a museum somewhere. When i was maybe four or five and wyoming or colorado or somewhere out west and dinosaurs are interesting and i've seen lots of dinosaur skeletons but i'm truly amazed with how many scientists in how many archaeologists are continuing to study and create data around dina source. Recently some studies out of believe university of california berkeley was looking into the numbers of t. rex's that might have roamed our earth at one time and right. Now they're estimating two point five billion t rexes but they actually think it could be somewhere between one hundred and forty million to forty. Two billion t rexes once crossing the earth. The amount of time we spend researching dinosaurs is interesting but at the same time. You wonder what we're going to learn from it. Have you learned enough at this point or is it just truly an obsession.

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Obsessed With Dinosaurs (MM #3679)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 1 year ago

Obsessed With Dinosaurs (MM #3679)

"The with kevin mason even though they've been gone for thousands of years. I'm still fascinated with how people are obsessed with dinosaurs. It makes sense for children. I think i encountered my first dinosaur skeleton bones and a museum somewhere. When i was maybe four or five and wyoming or colorado or somewhere out west and dinosaurs are interesting and i've seen lots of dinosaur skeletons but i'm truly amazed with how many scientists in how many archaeologists are continuing to study and create data around dina source. Recently some studies out of believe university of california berkeley was looking into the numbers of t. rex's that might have roamed our earth at one time and right. Now they're estimating two point five billion t rexes but they actually think it could be somewhere between one hundred and forty million to forty. Two billion t rexes once crossing the earth. The amount of time we spend researching dinosaurs is interesting but at the same time. You wonder what we're going to learn from it. Have you learned enough at this point or is it just truly an obsession.

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Obsessed With Dinosaurs (MM #3679)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 1 year ago

Obsessed With Dinosaurs (MM #3679)

"The with kevin mason even though they've been gone for thousands of years. I'm still fascinated with how people are obsessed with dinosaurs. It makes sense for children. I think i encountered my first dinosaur skeleton bones and a museum somewhere. When i was maybe four or five and wyoming or colorado or somewhere out west and dinosaurs are interesting and i've seen lots of dinosaur skeletons but i'm truly amazed with how many scientists in how many archaeologists are continuing to study and create data around dina source. Recently some studies out of believe university of california berkeley was looking into the numbers of t. rex's that might have roamed our earth at one time and right. Now they're estimating two point five billion t rexes but they actually think it could be somewhere between one hundred and forty million to forty. Two billion t rexes once crossing the earth. The amount of time we spend researching dinosaurs is interesting but at the same time. You wonder what we're going to learn from it. Have you learned enough at this point or is it just truly an obsession.

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FBI Still Hasn't Found DNC, RNC Pipe Bomb-Maker

Morning Edition

01:58 min | 1 year ago

FBI Still Hasn't Found DNC, RNC Pipe Bomb-Maker

"Authorities have charged hundreds of people for allegedly participating in the January 6th right of the U. S Capitol. But one person still eludes them. The person who placed two explosive devices in Washington D. C the night before Here are Tim Mack and Dina Temple Raston from NPR's investigations unit. The crime the FBI is trying to solve happened between 7:38:30 P.m.. That's when authorities believe the suspect planted two pipe bombs just blocks from the Capitol. The suspect was wearing a gray hooded sweatshirt. Ah Cove in mask and expensive sneakers. They were Nike Air Max speed turf with the yellow logo. Surveillance cameras captured the figure walking through a Capitol Hill neighborhood the night before the January six riots. One of the bombs was placed on a park bench near the headquarters of the Democratic National Committee, the other behind Republican Party headquarters and surveillance footage caught the suspect walking look at how close their feet are to each other. So that is a narrow base of gate. That's Dr Mike Nierenberg, who wrote the textbook on Forensic Gait analysis. He helps identify people based on how they walk. He's watching along with us as we review surveillance video from that night immediately. What you notice is the arm swing of the person on that left arm. There's not a lot of rotation in their upper half of their body, their torso. The FBI has asked for help finding someone who walks like this. The explosive devices they found were made from one by eight inch galvanized steel pipes. Plumbers typically used And they had plastic kitchen timers mounted on top. The con Jews been around set. The FBI said the explosive inside was homemade black powder, which could be a mix of just about anything that will ignite. Typically, it includes salt Peter and sulfur and gunpowder. The FBI is yet to say exactly what explosive was

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Dina Goldstein  Creating a living and having a voice as an art based photographer

PhotoBiz Xposed

02:15 min | 1 year ago

Dina Goldstein Creating a living and having a voice as an art based photographer

"Guest has been described as canada's visual wizard photo. Journalism was i love and the reason that she became a photographer. She followed her passion and became a photo journalist and editorial photographer from nineteen ninety. Two to two thousand six before moving to large scale narrative at tableau tackles common imagination and beliefs and create images to promote critical thinking. And she's most nine for her series fallen princesses which was created in two thousand and seven and two picks humanize disney princesses placed in realistic modern scenarios yet to see these to truly understand how amazing they are. The idea behind the series was to challenge the happily ever after themes perpetrated by disney. and recently. She's released her thirty year photography archive by the name of triple x. I'm about the incredibly talented dana goldstein rat to have with us now. They not welcome. Thank you so much for having me. It's my pleasure. It's my pleasure thirty years. Has it gone fast or is it just you just into the grind feels like thirty years. Yes i mean. Time does go fast. Absolutely but i feel like i've done so much within these years and of course i've spent the last year the covid year collecting all of my work to my archive. So i've had a chance to recollect and think about things that i haven't thought about for years. So it was covered the reason for putting together the archival. Was this something that you planning to do. Not from ten or twenty years out. Actually i started doing this before cove. Ed i bought myself a very good explainer. Because of my photos are negatives. So i got binders and binders binders of negatives. And the first thing i had to do was go through everything and i started this process before cove it. I went to montreal to show my work and it was abruptly cancelled at. I came back here thinking out. What's next

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"dina" Discussed on CrazyFitnessGuy™ Healthy Living Podcast🥗

CrazyFitnessGuy™ Healthy Living Podcast🥗

05:02 min | 1 year ago

"dina" Discussed on CrazyFitnessGuy™ Healthy Living Podcast🥗

"Unless they come up with like a filter kinda system that. You can't where. I just integrating the system. You can't say anything hateful you can find out to accompanying where company is doing something wrong or then taking taking looking for Senior i dunno whatever around looking for blood responsibility right not only -bility but like for example as i'm sitting here talking with you And you know why don't know you can only because i went through too. I wish i could go back in time to tell these bullies off. Because i'm so different now. Like a lot of the friends that i had in high school like there were found myself sometimes wanting to disappear from a lot of things from i was on the drama club that wasn't necessarily to make france. It was because i was good at it. And i found myself making friends. But like not trusting people and you know little things happen way Aren't really some of them were bullying. We're not but for example Several people since this pandemic changed. Join me like. I don't think like them and i don't change life them so you're posted home the other day about a lot of people want us to think the same way Like in a way. I do think like everybody else with thoughts and feelings and i get adn i get happy but so many people want to change me that i get really mad and consider yourself lucky. 'cause you're a nice guy in a attacks on people that i like but when there's people that are mean I shut down. Get really lake silent. and then it'll go through stage wherein let's try and my thinking is it gets very unhealthy. What is black and white and this is what. I'm trying to tell people like that. We want to prevent the way that i feel because like you know like there's people that think the tough love the way to go and a lot of times if not if your brain tattoo do tough love that bullying right there. Like i've known people to say like manipulate you into thinking that you're the one that does bid and they come off like kind of narcissistic in a way Like i'm thinking is better than you And they claim it's tough love and that's what i'm talking about. You know there is in little minor things like Will you know if you eat that candy bar. You know you might gain weight. Well it's like so what it does or minor issues but I heard stories that kabila's stories. Yeah well i. I you know i think dr phil for example you know. I hope. he's listening on dr phil hero in my eyes because he always says to these people who are the bully earth's he always says somebody bully you and he's like yellow. My dad did and the once that admit that they're wrong and wanna change their ways. Then that's what i'm saying. Then they can be helped. But there's a lotta people to come out and and they believe that they have to be yelled at. They won't say they're sorry. And that's what i'm talking about so like yeah So for a wrapped up Where can people Until she made him. where can they follow me. You have my facebook among your dina susan piano. I have our page which is autism speakers. And i have a instagram. You know gina. Susan piano and the twitter is deep. You know you know we're we're right or is it. The other way around is the instagram dina. Piano and twitter. Venus's you know so. I have my my twitter. Follow me on twitter. An instant graham and You know. I have a movie that i collaborate. With.

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"dina" Discussed on RJ Politics

RJ Politics

05:42 min | 2 years ago

"dina" Discussed on RJ Politics

"First district Dina Titus. Thanks so much for being with us. Thank you for having we wanted to. Just jump right into. We've been talking about on the last few podcasts. The stimulus packages that have gone through Congress. In order to assist with a corona virus pandemic. And you know very recently. There was a third package that went through. Can you talk about that? You know what are some of the things that you know that you got in there? What are some of the things that are that have been able to help vats yes? It's very important. The three packages altogether address healthcare small birds and workers the package that came out right before we adjourn was very different from the version. Republican Senate put forth. That was very much corporate down. We worked hard to revise that and make it worker up And that's what happened. This is was passed with workers in their families in mind You know in my district you got the airport university. The major hospitals the Strip Arts district downtown so many people who are hit by this because everything is shutdown. That was a tough decision that the governor made but I think it was the right one but as a result you've got about I don't know three hundred twenty thousand jobs that are being eliminated because of this pandemic and that equals one point. Three billion dollars in wages every month so that was the emphasis of this particular. Bill is addressing their condition on the Sharon and then be insured. They have a job to come back to when this is over and congresswoman. Are there any plans to do any any further bills oil? There certainly are talking right now. We have two or three is conference calls a day with a coffin about what will be in the fourth bill and that bill will be more about long term recovery it will have things in like infrastructure in terms of highways and transportation but also water projects and Internet for like a rural areas Telemedicine because they don't have access to Internet and there will be additional funding for the state local stabilization. Because you're gonNA find those governments will be hit very hard when there's no tax revenue coming in as a result of all these closures congresswoman. I noticed that That the Senate Majority Leader Mitch. Mcconnell has said that he thinks speaker ought to Hang back and not do a fourth package. I assume his worried. There is getting the votes in his pocket and then maybe even having his Dhaka's half goat for a another package that That could cost them In the elections. What was your reaction to his comments on that well. Eighty didn't want a lot of the provisions that we've done so far including an expansion of food stamps and things like meals on wheels three square to help individuals. He was all about helping Wall Street. He has said he doesn't want to do that. Your icy but one place where he's different from the president and they're using lay in lots is the president has said this might be an opportunity to look once again at infrastructure. Interesting so so What do you think is going to happen? I mean he Certainly if the house passes a bill he could ignore it he could Continue to to process it or not. I would be very hard to ignore at this point. The given the the needs we just saw today. That record unemployment In all the states Reporting initial unemployment claims higher than anything in history. I think it'd be hard to ignore like. He's ignored a many other bills. That have been passed by the House. So you think Speaker Pelosi is going to go with a fourth. Bill hadn't sure she's going to go with the now or never underestimate her negotiating skill. He has ignored a lot in fact. He's bragged about being the funeral home of legislation that are mortuary legislation. I think he called himself. But Dr discontinues leads numbers. Continue to rise. You're right he is going to have a hard time ignoring it but you also heard him site. While we're just GONNA go back to approving judges that seems to be only thing he cares about but I think that will come back to haunt him in the elections in the fall. Where you've got some pretty vulnerable senators. Who are GONNA WANNA do all? They can for their districts It seems to me that That you know you've got two schools of thought in the caucus in the Senate where all of these things have to go in that. Is that one You know pass the relief and worry about the deficits and everything else later. The other sort of the Rand Paul wing of Don't do anything don't don't act yet And and let things kind of play out He's got a mitigate between those two Sides are but You know I know the in the in the House of the saying is that the Republicans are the opposition. But the Senate is the enemy Yet do you Do you anticipate that if The House takes up package Assume as.

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"dina" Discussed on SO Unbecoming with Jamie Muskopf

SO Unbecoming with Jamie Muskopf

03:56 min | 2 years ago

"dina" Discussed on SO Unbecoming with Jamie Muskopf

"Hey friends and welcome to episode twenty one of so and becoming. I'm jamie moskovsky. We are three weeks away from the end of two thousand nineteen. Can you believe it. I for one am excited to wrap up this year. It's been a rough one for me honestly Making a lot of changes as a result. So i am very ready for twenty twenty. There are a few really exciting projects ahead including season. Two of so unbecoming anu podcasts. That's a collaboration. I'll speak more about in the next couple of episodes but for now let's talk about this conversation coming up. With former microsoft software and systems academy site manager now operations project manager for msa cantina were dina jiechi dina and i go pretty deep here into a few key. Things that i hope will help. Those of you might be a place of transition right now. Think about how to frame things as you move forward. Grab a coffee or tea and please enjoy my conversation. With dina jinnah. Thanks so much for taking the time to talk to me today. So let's go ahead and talk about you. Tell us who you are. Introduce yourself your name. what you do and how long you've been military spouse case so my name is kim. Dina gimmicky can dean very difficult for people to say so. Feel free to call me dina. It makes it a lot easier I am currently a site manager for the microsoft's military Excuse me microsoft software and systems academy program which is means. I'm a part of microsoft's military affairs team..

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"dina" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"dina" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Mean dina is for Nancy dina if you think your home suffered storm damage the wear of door to door storm chasers play it safe and call the local experts at all around honest informed assessment all around is an Owens Corning plan the preferred teaching the list all the work with your insurance from start to finish or even help with financing visit all around dot com or call seven six three four four seven thirty nine forty four listen up to in cities are you interested in making active and passive income each month flipping real estate tax liens they listen to this the pro source tackling company is offering a free tax lien foot K. which contains educational videos and a step by step report that will show you how to earn government regulated returns up to eighteen percent there is secured by real estate plus see how you can access tax lien inventory not available to the public so if you want to become a real estate investor without swinging a hammer or being a landlord then text prosper two thirty one thousand now to get your free tackling flip K. I get ready to learn how to flip tax liens and acquire houses well below wholesale prices with great profit potential all from home working part time text prosper to thirty one thousand right now to get your free tax lien investor kit plus two free tickets to a live training events which includes a free smart watch just for attending text prosper to thirty one thousand that's prosper to thirty one thousand for your free tax lien kit now individual results may vary when patients leave the hospital they hope the worst is behind them but surprise medical bills can be devastating millions of Americans receive costly surprise bills.

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"dina" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

03:17 min | 3 years ago

"dina" Discussed on Double Toasted

"Nineteen contact Dina Campbell Harris, not a four seven one six twenty three twenty one in her Email address is Dina Harris travel at bell, south dot net. Let me spell it out for you. That is D N A H A R S T R A B. EEO at bell, south dot net. Toronto dumb working on that. I'm waiting to not a wanna be. I don't wanna be Billy McFarland myself. And promise y'all some that ain't there that don't exist. So what I'm waiting is just waiting to get some information from the venue in Toronto can put down the money for it. And make sure that everything is cool after that is done here about today. But after that is done you will get some information and ticket sales for Toronto April thirteenth is when that's happening. But I mean, find out everything we need to know. The mean, make sure that everything is signed and everything is in place. So that we can do this proper. Don't watch all out this fee Menton. It's. We are serving cheese. Expect that we should do that really does make a budget. Which giving star for? I might be a good thing. Man. Good promotion right there. All right. All right. As I said, I got I have a an announcement for ya, man. Besides the one I just did. I right before the show was contacted by someone who wants to be on the show who we've been talking about full while and this person actually friend me not too long ago on Facebook. Yeah, I me too. But I didn't know if it was really him and y'all like who you talking about could it be the one the only the great. Coral. Buford, man. Buford. Got a hold of me right before the show. Communicated with yet. Yeah. In between his dancing. I think. This curry comb. Wanna be your show? It's funny because he has he's on fire. No make Buford actually got a hold of me. And he emailed me and said, hey is not look, I don't know. I don't know if it's really him. I wanna get on face. Call with him to make sure that it is last week. He popped up in my people. You might know. And I thought oh what the hell sent a friend request. And in two days later is like oh Carell. Buford is accepted you as a friend. Now, I'm very careful about what who this might be. Because look, it's probably skull. It could be a number of people who just kinda like fuck around. But. And I know, you know, I keep my guard up like I said I'll follow through and makes me angry angle and be taken by name. You know? I ain't gonna just say like a coral forgot hold on. He said he wants to be on it. And I don't see what he looks like. And then I'll put it on his fucking jaw rulers. Hey, laurie. Idea for..

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