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"dopp shen" Discussed on The Daily Beans

The Daily Beans

03:53 min | 1 year ago

"dopp shen" Discussed on The Daily Beans

"Your perspective much more interesting and entertaining than most other sources of news. Thank you. This is a two for a correction and a pronounce. The place name silicon valley. I love what's coming next. This made me my age pronounce it correctly. Dana had some issues. There's an under. Silicon is the element used in the manufacturer of computer chips. That gave its name to the santa clara valley. Where hewlett packard apple and so many manufacturers were founded silicone is a polymer that contained silicon to form a resilient rubbery material most famously used to help breast cancer survivors. Look like they did premiss tactic. Did you just say silicone which contains silicon. 'cause i feel like that's what you said. I do hope it so that at least for even silicone is a polymer. That contains silicon. They we go. Yeah yeah perfect. That's the boob stuff. Yes it is for the pet tax. I sometimes i say. Silicon valley sometimes say silicone valley or silicon instead of silicon. I say silicon. But i never say silicone and i go back and forth like i. I don't. I can't tell which i like better honestly and i used to have issues so i had issues staying ahead some issues for the tax. I've included harbinger an informal neighborhood adoption. We feed him he hunts. it's all good. Msw beans has always been my commute goto alison at lunch. Thank you for all you do. Look beg cat those is that is a sexy that is like that cats here. Come come here with of all kitten pictures. Okay thank you so much for the correction the gentle correction. I'm glad you've been listening for so long. And we shall continue. This is from kristen pronouns. She and her. I have had incredibly bad luck when it comes to romantic relationships you let people talk about red flags. Well i like to see. Just how many red flags. I can get things to being burned. Eleven tv billion times. And the pandemic. i haven't dated for several years and it's been even longer since i was a healthy adult relationship resorted to dating apps to get some ego boost. But they've just lead to more frustration when communication fizzles out quickly or my matches. Don't respond well. The good news is i've had a couple of really great dates with someone from one of those apps. He seems fantastic. He actually wants to see me is fully present conversations flow easily we aligned politically and he's really good sponsor but when asked the i added the bonus of the only downside is we have basically opposite work schedule so as someone who's love languages quality time. This is worrisome for me but for now. I'm just enjoying the butterflies. Louie gohmert game in my family who. We want to emphasize the intensity of something. We use equations. So here's mine you know. How much a douche canoe gates's and that to how relieved we all were when the election was called for biden multiply that by the handsomeness of mccabe. Now raise all of that to the power of the combined cuteness of all the animals that have been submitted through pet tax. And that's how dumb. Louie gohmert is equation was also for tags attached as a picture of louise with her day-old kittens. Oh oh my god l. Louise was a foster that my neighbors. Kitty sat while her foster parents were out of town sometime. Mid to late september she and her kittens would be available for dopp shen through Connect that's a rescue in dc area and that's amazing because look at these baby the little white kitten just buried in there you can see like sticking out tale. Let crunched in the the. Gosh all these are little black kitties tuxedos except for the one mama the one that looks like mama. Shoot so adorable. Thank you for that photo. And that's a great equation on how dumb..

"dopp shen" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"dopp shen" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

"T- Jalan Armstrong, said champions to not become champions when they win the event. But in the hours weeks, months and years, they spend preparing for it. The victorious performance itself is merely the demonstration of their championship character. I'm pumped about this one, because we've got rich frowning, who is one of the greatest of all time in cross fit. He is a four-time finished man on earth. Meaning he won first place at the cross for games in two thousand eleven through two thousand fourteen didn't lose during that time. He also won the world wide open for three consecutive years. And when he retired from the individual competition, he captain his team. Crawford mayhem freedom in back to back affiliate Cup championships. His story was documented in a movie in two thousand fifteen called frowning the fittest man in history produced by cross it. He currently owns and operates Jim cross it may. Ham in cookeville, Tennessee, and has a podcast that he shares with his friends called frowning and friends in this interview we dive in about a lot of different things. We talk about the mindset behind his unprecedented wins, how actually losing his first cross fit games. Getting second place was the changing moment in defining moment that allowed him to win the next four years as an individual the reason he stopped competing as an individual how he's handled fear throughout his career the journey of Dopp Shen, and the greatest lessons. He's learned from his wife and adopting his children, and so much more. I'm very excited about this. If you're a fan, make sure to share this out of your friends Lewis, house dot com slash eight zero eight tag.

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"dopp shen" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

06:05 min | 3 years ago

"dopp shen" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"Ten twelve months of today's you guys. Yeah. Up. Twelve months and ten days. Very good, and your range of income during that time I was sixty five to one twenty five. Okay. Cool. Very cool. And how much of what kind of debt was ninety eight thousand the majority of it was student loans, but we also had medical debt, some taxes and a couple of very old credit cards who do for a living. I work in healthcare, and I work at an amazing marker warehouse in Nashville love it. Very cool. Good for you guys. This is fun ninety eight thousand bucks a year this show, you must have sold something, everything money, saving you through at two or we had maybe about seven thousand we like we always lived in a little bit of a homeo-, stasis debts, but we like to have some money in the Bank. So there was always something in there, and I didn't want to take it down to the one thousand. So but once she was fully on board with after we both read the total, money makeover show. She's like we're doing this or doing it all the way. So we threw everything but at and to get started to get rolling, then you had garage sales or what we had a community garage sale, where we sold everything including our television. Our friend Adam helped us pack up just about everything that we had in our house moved it to the tennis court of our apartment complex. And we anything people would buy we sold it. Wow. Then just start from there, EBay, and then went crazy marketplace. Harry, cool, you guys went after. Congratulations. How long have y'all been married, almost twelve years? Okay. So what happened a year ago just blew you up because you went crazy. We started to realize that we were getting older, and we both wanted to travel when we want to adopt children, kind of kick started everything for us. And of course, we read the total money makeover, and gave us a vision of what our future could be like. And like when she read it. She said, I already know all this stuff, but it actually gave me a roadmap of how to do it in both believe once we believed it was on hope is a big thing Gisar powerful thing. Very, very cool. Well, congratulations. You guys awesome. How's it feel? Oh man, you've been busting for twelve months. It's a little cereal. We've got our Dave jobs for one more month to finish up our baby step baby step three. We're gonna have done by June thirtieth much sooner than that. What are your side jobs? Have you done tillered pizza? She did we move. She worked one day at Kroger in it didn't work out. One day dams on the network has to she ended up coming in with me at Pizza Hut. And just been delivering pizzas. Cool. Yeah. So how many nights a week? Five nights a week for myself. I'd about thirty to thirty five hours at Pizza Hut. And then my full time job show about doing five nights a week. What did just you make pizza? Goodness. I would say sometimes as much as twenty dollars an hour. If I was a month. Thousand bucks fifteen hundred two thousand. Two thousand I'll really yeah. Every spare hour I worked there, but not show five nights a week. You make a couple of grand. Yeah. Twelve hours on Saturday going all the time. Five nights, so yes, sir. All right. Wow. Wow. So there that Jackson come up because you almost doubled your income for this. You've been getting after. I mean, that's hustle, hustle, hustle, right there. And now you're done. Touchdown. I got an Email, the rumors going around the building, you guys are Kim to my friend. Patsy that is my aunt. Yes. Patsy Clermont is my aunt. Yeah. She is a jewel. She is, you know what, Dave. She spoke event, your organization here, a couple of times says she had gift bag, she had taken home with all your books, and she gave me one of them one day when I was at her house sat in the closet for years. One day I pulled it out. Read the total money makeover. She's, she's a world communicator in class person. So we're hard that they came through her to get to you guys. And you guys are heroes, man. Butts off. We did very well done. This proved our communication so much. Our marriage is much stronger because of going through this. And, you know I had a lot to deal with she's wanted to adopt for so long and I'm like, I'm right there with her now. And her courage is amazing when she was working at Pizza Hut. She was robbed by three minute. Come points. And they took only ten dollars. She had under thankfully, that was she just started delivering that night. But they stole our car, and I guess they only took it for a joy ride the peace police found it the next day in eleventh avenue Nashville, we got her car back, but she took a few weeks off. But then she wanted this gone so bad that she started working there again. Oh, gosh. And she's, she's incredible. That's amazing. That's amazing congratulations. You guys tell people the key to getting out of debt as you, you know, you sold everything, I know you worked extra what else? The first thing is you just really need to be honest with yourself because the hardest part for me was actually writing all of the debt down and accepting responsibility for the mistakes. I've made once you do that. It's easy own it, baby. Once you own it. It's done. Once you have a strong Y that was what I want people's like you have to figure out what your reason why is, and then you can handle anyhow, that's true. That's true. Very good. Good. Good job. You guys we've got a copy of Chris Hogan's book for you every day millionaires that is the next chapter in your life. I see Dopp Shen.

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"dopp shen" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

09:58 min | 3 years ago

"dopp shen" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Ler. The country is currently in a constitutional crisis. Yes. It's a constitutional crisis. Okay. Constitutional prices his no longer a hypothetical the country is in a constitutional crisis. The official Trump constitutional crisis, folks. Eight constitutional crisis door. Number two. You have a constitutional crisis. Never wonder what it constitutional crisis. Looks like the real total end of democracy. Lopin your is if this is a constitutional crisis. How can Democrats not move forward with impeachment hearings? We have the option of impeachment. And we think this is a constitutional crisis starting proceedings. Why not pursue impeachment? Why are you resisting? Some people argue we'd been in a constitutional crisis. Donald Trump was elected president joining us now to discuss Jonathan Gillam former FBI agent, federal air Marshall, author of sheep, no more, Danielle McLaughlin. Attorney constitutional expert Daniel, you're a democrat, right? Well on a liberal, I'm a liberal, you're a liberal. Okay. So do you realize that the media the ninety nine percent? Of the media that will go with Russia hoax, conspiracy theory all the lying that they've done the last two years. We've had four separate investigations that say no conspiracy conspiracy. No collusion. No, obstruction nothing. But and they know they got nothing right for two years. They support your liberal views. Why, why should anyone ever trust these people? Again. They got an enormous amount that, right? Hey, sean. Hey, Jonathan, you know, obviously, there was no connection made and other between Russia's if it's the Trump campaign, although the report was quite clear that Russia, tried very hot and the campaign open to it. But to your point, no conspiracy, and obstruction. There were ten points, ten incidences where mom found possible obstruction. He lifted to congress to figure out with that was actually something that rose to label the car, I could reporting has been pretty good. Honestly. You think the reporting has been good as it relates to the Muller investigation? I think it's been actually there was so much in that report that woken surprise. Is there any? No, no, no. They have been assured us forever that this president is guilty. And it came out four separate times. Just the opposite has proven true and they had their hopes their dreams their fantasies their desires shattered, when the mullahs report didn't give them what they want Jonathan I mean I ninety nine point nine percent. They just purposefully lied. That's all they did is li- day in and day out every second minute hour of every twenty four hour day of every seven day week and month for two years. Sean first off, I want to congratulate Danielle because she's finally saying that she's a liberal and does not identify the democrat. And I think that's a huge leap forward. I think more people that are on the left to do that. And I think this actual subject that you're speaking about would actually start to make more sense to all these people out there that say they're Democrats, because the reality is, Sean, you're, you're right. I'm going to be giving a speech later today in Wayne County, Michigan at the Republican committee there and I'm going to be talking about the fog of war, and the fog of war doesn't only exist in war and war isn't just something that we're used guns and bullets propaganda and subversion are warfare. And what we're seeing with the media and with molar, and with Komi and was struck in page and McCabe. And all these people are subversive tactics and spying on a president. Subversive tactic and misrepresenting, the facts and myths reporting the facts is a subversive propaganda tactic of warfare. And I think the majority of people that say they're Democrats or a dentist being liberal, if they see the reality of what's happening. They're going to start to see that they have been under a mist of lies that are just shallow enough that they don't question. And that's what's happening here there. No. I I've got four examples here of reporting, that was born out in the middle of the first is the Trump town meeting with the Russians offered Jared Kushner and others do on Hillary Clinton. That was number one. Number two, the statement on Air Force One when we're. See that was about a Dopp Shen and it wasn't upset. Don mcgahn the reporting about, Don mcgahn and being asked to offer Rosenstein to fight a special counsel. Was there any was there any collusion with Russia, to disrupt our election and all electoral process? Was there any obstruction of Justice determined? Well, the report on, on the no, no, you don't get to say, and I've been quake, Jim. You don't you don't get to say that there's obstruction. When the attorney general, the office legal counsel, the deputy attorney general appointed baller when they all say doesn't rise to any level that would warrant any type of charge of obstruction of Justice. Now, the next question, do you care about obstruction of Justice? Do you think Hillary obstructed Justice when she deleted, subpoenaed, emails, and she bleeped bleach bit clean the hard drive and had our devices busted up and remove sim cards? You think that was obstruction of Justice, your lawyer? That was that was investigated. That was investigated was founded, it didn't riceville evil and do you believe you? But do you believe that was a rigged investigation, because Peter Struck says, oh, under closed door. Testimony. Oh, lisa. Page says it was rigged, they laugh about it. They all said that Loretta Lynch tarmac Bill Clinton Lynch, and it's a matter, not a not a investigation that there was no way they said that she was ever going to do a real investigation. Now, did we find top secret and classified information on that private server and a mom and shop bathroom closet? Is that true has that been confirmed a handful of classified documents that were seek people with clear shoes me, excuse me, is that legal to have any top secret classified? So it's illegal so she'd committed a crime we go to this week after week show. No, no, no. I'm asking did she commit a crime by having top? Secret and classified information on a private server getting says simple yes or no question. No. According to the BI, I'm not asking according did. She is it against the law to have top secret classified information on a private server. It's, it's stop show. Okay. Not. Oh, that's called hard evidence. We found classify. Wait a minute. We found classified top secret information on the server in the bathroom closet. Yes or no? The handful of Email. Yes. Forget the how many there were top secret and classified and marked classified on the server, correct. Well, there were helpful see on my gosh. Are they on that private server in the closet? Yes or no? They were okay. The espionage act, eighteen USC, seven ninety three says that that is a crime a felony. Correct. Or not. Correct. I don't have to statute on front of me on the FBI investigated digital giving me spin since people have not been prosecuted. It's cold description. Do you what do you think if I deleted subpoenaed emails, thirty three thousand of them subpoenaed? And I cleaned up my server the way she did a bleach bit. And I busted up the devices and remove sim cards what I be arrested. She didn't lead, crystal would not subject to the no, that's true. Again, that's not true, what you're saying. Well, they once they found they found some of them in Anthony Weiner is laptop. And they weren't classified and top secret. They weren't destroyed. That's called. There's an intention there. It's to destroy the evidence Jonathan this what we need to guard against. And this is what I would, I would, you know, we'd like to hear Danielle guard against and, and a lot of the other liberals that are in media is that you cannot go when, when you see an investigative groups such as the molar group that is, who lyrically charged to the level that they were, you recruited far left, Democrats? The people at the top of the bureau are far left, I don't even want to call them Democrats. They're just far less socialist firs. I'm concerned communists, even when we have investigator group like that you have to question everything that they have said and done. And when we look at what the crims did in the totality of the circumstances. We look at people actually committing felonies espionage. I believe collusion themselves with the Russians when they send somebody out to go build a dossier and communicate with ROY. Russians to gather and create fake evidence. These are things that we need to look at. And when you compare that to the stuff that they evidence that they brought up in the charges that they tried to bring up against the trumps, including Donald Trump junior, and general Flynn and the rest of these individuals in the Trump campaign. It even measure up, there was nothing that they could prove that they did because they were trying to create it as they go along. And that's the difference if we had a real if bar does what he says he's gonna do. It's an open and shut case on in Daniel hope you see that because it is literally committed felony have evidence charge them. That's his far of a stretch is asked to be when it comes to with the Clintons and the rest of these leftists on the democratic side have done and covered up as far as I'm concerned. All right, quick break more with the ever frustrating Danielle McLaughlin, and Jonathan Gillam..

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"dopp shen" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

10:12 min | 3 years ago

"dopp shen" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Mignot ler the country currently in a constitutional. Yes. It's a constitutional crisis. Okay. Constitutional prices. He's no longer a hypothetical country is in a constitutional crisis. The official Trump constitutional crisis, folks. Eight constitutional crisis door. Number two. You have a constitutional crisis. Never wonder what a constitutional crisis looks like real total end of democracy. Lopin your is at this is a constitutional crisis. How can Democrats not move forward with impeachment hearings? We have the option of impeachment. And we think this is a constitutional crisis starting proceedings. Why not pursue impeachment? Why are you resisting? Some people would argue we've been in constitutional crisis, since Donald Trump was elected president. Right. Joining us now to discuss Jonathan Gilliam former FBI agent, federal air Marshall, author of sheep, no more, Danielle McLaughlin. Attorney constitutional expert Daniel, you're a democrat, right? Well on the liberal on a liberal liberal. Okay. So do you realize that the media, the ninety nine percent of the media that we're going with this Russia hoax, conspiracy theory all the lying that they've done the last two years? We've had four separate investigations that say, no consp- conspiracy. No collusion. No, obstruction nothing. But and they don't they got nothing right for two years. They support your liberal views. Why, why should anyone ever trust these people? Again. They got an enormous in that bright. Hey, Sean, hey, Jonathan, you know, obviously, there was no connection made and all report between Russia's if it's in the Trump campaign, although they were pointless, quite clear that Russia, try very hard. And the campaign was open to it. But to your point no conspiracy, and obstruction their team at Shiprock points teams put into we found possible. Obstruction helix Tacoma's to figure out with that was actually something that rose. The Koran I think the reporting has been pretty good. Honestly. You think the reporting has been good as it relates to the Muller investigation? I think it's actually so much report that wasn't a surprise. Is there any? No, no, no. They have been a suring us forever that this president is guilty. And it came four separate times. Just the opposite of proven true. And they had their hopes their dreams their fantasies their desires shattered, when the mullahs report didn't give them what they want Jonathan I mean I ninety nine point nine percent. They just purposefully lied. That's all they did is li- day in and day out every second minute hour of every twenty four hour day of every seven day week and month for two years. Sean first off, I want to congratulate Danielle because she's finally saying that she's a liberal and does not identify a democrat, and I think that's a hugely Ford. I think more people that are on the left should do that. And I think this. The actual subject that you're speaking about would actually start to make more sense to all these people out there that say they're Democrats because reality is Sean, you're, you're right. I'm going to be giving a speech later today in Wayne County, Michigan at the Republican committee there and I'm going to be talking about the fog of war, and even the fog of war doesn't only exist in war and war isn't just something that where you use guns and bullets propaganda and subversion are warfare. And what we're seeing with the media and with molar, and with Komi and was struck in page and McCabe. And all these people are subversive tactics and spying on a president to subversive tactic and misrepresenting, the facts and myths reporting the facts is a subversive propaganda tactic of warfare. And I think the majority of people that say they're Democrats or. Or identifies being liberal, if they see the reality of what's happening. They're going to start to see that they have been under a mist of lies that are just shallow enough that they don't question. And that's what's happening here there. No. I I've got four examples here of reporting that was born out in the mouth reports. The first is to come town meeting. We Russians al-fayed Jared Kushner and others do on Hillary Clinton. That was number one. Number two, the statement on Air Force One. See that was about a Dopp Shen and it wasn't upset Doma gone the reporting about the gun and being asked offers to council. Okay, was there any was there any collusion with Russia, to disrupt our election or electoral process? Was there any obstruction of Justice determined? Well, the report on the no no, you don't get to say and I can quit him. You don't you don't get to say that there's obstruction. When the attorney general, the office of legal counsel, the deputy attorney general who appointed baller when they all say doesn't rise to any level that would warrant any type of charge of obstruction of Justice. Now, the next question you, you care about obstruction of Justice. Do you think Hillary of struck the Justice when she deleted, subpoenaed emails, and she bleed bleach bit clean the hard drive and had devices? Plus it up and remove sim cards. You think that was obstruction of Justice your? Lawyer that was that was investigated that was investigated was founded. It didn't riceville evil and do you believe you believe? But do you believe that was a rigged investigation, because Peter Struck says, oh, under closed door. Testimony. Lisa. Paid says it was rigged, they laugh about it. They all said that Loretta Lynch tarmac Bill Clinton Lynch, and it's a matter, not a not a investigation that there was no way they said that she was ever going to do a real investigation. Now, did we find top secret and classified information on that private server and a mom and shop bathroom closet, is that true has that been confirmed a handful of classified documents that were seek people with clear, choose me? Use me is that legal to have any top secret classified? So it's illegal, so she committed a crime. We go over this week after week show. No, on the asking did she committed a crime by having top secret and classified information on a private server? Getting says simple yes or no question. No, according to be, I, I'm not asking according did. She is it against the law to have top secret classified information on a private server. It's it's can show. Okay. Circumstantial, that's hard evidence. We found classify. Wait a minute. We found classified top secret information on the server in the bathroom closet. Yes or no? They will handful of Email CPS forgetting, how many there were top secret and classified them, more classified on the server, correct. Well, there were helpful. See on my gosh. They on that private server in the closet. Yes or no? They were okay. The espionage act, eighteen USC, seven ninety three says that that is a crime a felony. Correct or not. Correct. I don't have the statute in front of me show on the FBI investigated. You'll giving these spin since people have not been prosecuted. It's cold description. Do you what do you think if I deleted subpoenaed emails, thirty three thousand of them subpoenaed? And I cleaned up my server the way she did a bleach bit. And I busted up the devices removed sim cards what I'd be arrested. She deleted personal amounts that would not subject to the. No. That's true. You king. That's not true. What you're saying. They once they found they found some of them in Anthony Weiner, is laptop, and they weren't classified and top secret. They weren't destroyed. That's called. There's an intention there. It's to destroy the evidence Jonathan in this what we need to guard against. And this is what I would I would, you know, re we'd like to hear Danielle guard against and, and a lot of the other liberals that are in media is that you cannot go when you seen investigative groups such as the molar group that is. Is who lyrically charged to the level that they were you recruited far left immigrants? The people at the top of the bureau are far left, I don't even want to call them Democrats. They're just far less socialist firs. I'm concerned communists, even when we have investigator group like that you have to question everything that they have said and done. And when we look at what the Clintons did in the totality of the circumstances. We look at people actually committing felonies espionage. I believe collusion themselves with the Russians when they send somebody out to go build a dossier and communicate with Russians to gather and create fake evidence. These are things that we need to look at. When you compare that to the stuff that they evidence that they brought up in the charges that they tried to bring up against the trumps, including Donald Trump junior, and general Flynn and the rest of these individuals in the Trump campaign. It even measure up, there was nothing that they could prove that they. Did because they were trying to create it as they go along. And that's the difference if we had a real if far does what he says he's gonna do. It's an open and shut case, Sean, and Daniel hope you see that because it is literally committed felony have evidence charge them. That's is, is far of a stretch as to be when it comes with the Clintons and the rest of these leftists on the democratic side have done in covered up as far as I'm concerned. All right, quick break more with the ever frustrating Danielle McLaughlin and Jonathan Gillam as we continue on me Horowitz at the bottom of the hour. Hey, listen. You know, my friends at the USCCA,.

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"dopp shen" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

04:04 min | 3 years ago

"dopp shen" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"NPR news. I'm ari. Shapiro chang. From its hit show jersey shore to the video music awards. Mtv is all about youth culture in its many forms. And now it's branching out to network has announced a new documentary division, Sheila Nevins will lead it. She is eighty years old, and she is an institution in the world of documentary film, NPR's Elizabeth Blair joins us now with all the details. Hale is so okay for people who may not recognize her name. Tell us more about who Sheila Nevins is Sheila Nevins was the president of HBO documentary films. And she started there in nineteen seventy nine so before MTV was even born she grew up in the city, she went to Barnard and the Yale school of drama in the early sixties and as an executive producer. She's got a very broad palette. She's overseeing documentaries about artists and entertainers. But also serious topics like addiction and global terrorism. Some of her credits include citizen for the Edward Snowden documentary paradise lost about the west, Memphis three and more recently. She produced the true crime drama. The jinx about real estate heir Robert Durst family of Kathleen Durst from the beginning head said, they believed Robert Durst was responsible now that documentary which seemed fairly traditional had an ending that really threw people for a loop. And that unexpected edge is something Nevins is really known for finding subjects that appeal, but also experimenting with the form. Entity already has reality shows has news. So what's the thinking behind adding a whole other documentary division? What's the goal here? Well, first and foremost, they need to attract and keep young viewers on whatever platform they're on while they've made some award winning documentaries over the years. They've been in a rating slump until about a year ago. They're looking for something fresh and ducks are very popular right now MTV has also long projected, it's brand is being very civic minded thank rock the vote and it produced the documentary series sixteen and pregnant which looked at different issues facing a teenager who gets pregnant from Dopp Shen graduating high school. And so now it's looking to Sheila Nevins to bring her gravitas and middle skill to helping a new generation of filmmakers explored different platforms and stories. So I'm just going to say it out loud. Nevins just turned eighty MTV obviously caters to teens. Young adults young people what what is the thinking behind hiring someone like Nevins, she's eighty and she has got a lot of experience. I spoke with Christmas air. I spoke with Chris McCarthy president of MTV about this question. And the fact that Nevins is eighty years old does not seem to concern him in the slightest in fact to hear him tell it her experience is her superpower McCarthy who hired her said, he's admired Nevins ever since. He was a kid watching HBO's taxicab confessions, which is a gritty unscripted series of conversations between cab drivers and their customers. He said he loves that Nevins is committed to stories about the underdog and he wants his team to learn the craft of documentary filmmaking from her firsthand he wants her to help elevate the storytelling to new level on MTV. All right. Well, that's NPR arts. Correspondent Elizabeth Blair. Thanks. Thank you. The one month countdown starts today for soccer fans on June seventh the women's World Cup opens in France, the US. Favored to defend its title from the last tournament in two thousand fifteen if the women do win it would be their fourth World Cup championship. They have never finished lower than third since the women's tournament began in nineteen Ninety-one as NPR's Tom Goldman reports that success is in sharp contrast to the US men's team which struggles internationally. The last time the US women's national team played a month ago in Los Angeles. The Americans thumped Belgium six nail the lopsided win thrilled. The nearly twenty one thousand fans who packed.

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"dopp shen" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

06:31 min | 3 years ago

"dopp shen" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Gallagher. Text messages coming into the my pillow text line, including this one from South Carolina, Mike, the New York Times knew about the spine on Trump all along. They just didn't have the integrity to say show. He's this this listeners. Right. They don't they don't wanna play fair. They set it. They set it back in August, twenty sixteen Jim Renton Berg and the New York Times, we've got to get rid of all journalistic standards to try to stop this guy all bets are off and they're failing and they have failed. Here's the president tweeting moments ago, jobs jobs jobs. Exclamation point jobs surge in April unemployment rate falls to the lowest since nineteen sixty nine. He's got to be very proud of how his agenda is working, especially when the smart kids in the room said it wouldn't remember when President Obama should there's no magic wand the vis could not happen. This is I just got to play this a lot for you. You've got to remember what President Obama said about the economy at about jobs on the campaign trail wouldn't even mention Trump by name. Wouldn't even mention his name. He can't even kiss speak his name. Somebody just told me Derek told me that he's got how many how many followers on Twitter, his sixty million Twitter followers. He's got this. Second most followed Twitter account in the world who's who's number one. Obama has sixty million excuse me. Obama has one hundred four million. Let me get this. Right. Trump has sixty million Trump Obama has one hundred and four million. So you'd think Barack Obama with a hundred and four million Twitter followers. Second only to Katy Perry. Okay. How about that? You'd think the president the former president would kind of retract what he said earlier about. A magic wand and a lack of an answer on jobs for those folks who've lost their job right now because a plant went down to Mexico. That isn't gonna make you feel better. And so what we have to do is to make sure that folks are trained for the job that are coming in now because some of those jobs of the past are just not gonna come back. And when somebody says. Like the person you just mentioned I'm not going to advertise for that. He's going to bring all these jobs back. Well, how exactly are you going to do that? What are you gonna do? There's there's no answer to it. He just says I'm gonna go share a better deal. Well, how how exactly are you going to negotiate? What magic wand do you have? And usually the answer is you don't have an answer. Isn't that something? What are you going to do? What are you going to do? You know, he's going to do President Obama. He's going to roll up his sleeves, and he's going to put together an agenda. The producers exactly what he promised, it would produce jobs jobs jobs, more money, and everybody's take home pay over eighty percent of Americans. Saw tax cut because of this economy and this agenda, contrary to the lives of Joe Biden, Joe Biden say that only went to the top one percent only the rich fat cats got tax cuts. Eighty percent. Your big fat liar. And media frayed to challenge him, even the Washington Post. Thankfully, I shouldn't say the media the Washington Post. Their fact checker Glenn Kessler big lie. Joe Biden when you said only, the rich only the wealthy on at the very top got tax cuts. Eighty two percent of Americans got tax cuts. That is a fact and look at how well are is doing you. You tell me who you think is going to beat Trump next year. Tell me. Tell the camera Harris had good luck with that. Kevin here on the Mike Gallagher show twenty-five patchy our how're you doing? Kevin. Kevin you there. All right. Let's try Bob. Bob, you're next. Hey, bob. How are you? Doing great, Bob. Happy friday. I just wanna point out one thing that I hear daily and this post to socialism, it's socialism, we already socialism. It's straight up communism. What their end gave it? They wanted to store. This guy's the biggest threat via stablishment K. And we know how that ended and it just my late fifties. Immigrants legally, I paid seven figures Ingram path before I was forty five. And what I see it going on with this medium is exactly what happened in Germany and nineteen eighteen well, we're seeing we're seeing stuff Bob that show radical that it is it is chilling when you when you consider and the Democrats who's going to denounce this this nut in Alabama. This is a Representative John Rogers. He's the guy who said earlier in the week, you know, the in defending a supposed- woman's right to choose. And of course, to the left a woman's registers never seems to mean choosing to keep the baby or put the baby up for Dopp Shen. Listen to what this guy said this nut said about in doubling down cut number five, courtesy of w VTAM channel thirteen. Uh-huh. All right. Right. There prove right. The biggest by being born who doesn't. You. Right. I know I'm having a hard time understanding, but I think he said Donald Trump is a reason for abortion that his mother should have aborted him. Nice classy clashes eight hundred six five five, Mike..

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"dopp shen" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

09:25 min | 3 years ago

"dopp shen" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Take me. Home on pet. Life radio with us. Now is crystal sewers, volunteer extraordinary from act, Philadelphia and passionate animal advocate. Thank you for joining us, crystal. Thank you for having first off let me start by expressing my gratitude. I know it's not easy. Being volunteer is often a very unrecognized and unappreciated job. Have always been amazed by the hard work that volunteers contribute to the field about him a welfare but to the day in and day out operations of shelter. So he told me a little bit about how you got involved with on. Tearing I got involved with fonts hearing because I saw I start out transporting. And then people were saying how desperate they were for dog walkers and honestly back then emotionally, I couldn't do it. And then I got this strength that came over me that said I need to do this. He's dogs need me. And. Ever since then I went through the orientation for the dog walking. And I've been doing the dog walking since April two thousand eighteen and I tried to get up there as much as I can I live like forty forty five minutes away. But I tried dedicate all my free time to these dogs because they deserve it pretty remarkable. So I heard you say there was some training about what's the process that's involved with becoming a volunteer at animal care control team. Philadelphia. Actually, pretty simple you go through. It's a one hour orientational, and they tell you all the volunteer opportunities. All that. After that. You choose what opportunity wanna do which you can do many in. Then for example, the dog walking you do dog-walking orientation for that. It's called big dog brigade, and that's an hour long orientational. And then after that you can start walking dogs. I love to hear that. So they've made the process pretty simple for people to get involved. How often? Are you able to attend orientational? They hold them every day. Or is it a monthly thing? Now, it's like it might be four times a month. Don't quote me on that. It's on their website wonderful, so okay. So just so we call that out act. Philly dot org is the web site that I've got up in front of me. It looks like there's lots of information about becoming volunteer there. Yes. And the actual organization parts you go. And you wanna be a dog Walker? I heard you mentioned some other opportunities. What sort of other opportunities? Do they offer at act Philadelphia for volunteers? They have you can do the cat the nursery. You can do that. They have the dog walkers. They have you can do foodies which is filling the cons and stuff. They do that every Wednesday and Sunday they also have like events that they need help with. There's just a ton of volunteer opportunities. I think this is a really important point to point out to our listeners. I mean, so some people might say I'm not sure that I'm ready to go into. To a shelter start walking dogs. But that that shouldn't discourage people then what you're saying is there's there's tons of other opportunities, and you don't necessarily have to even interact with the dog. You might be a dog lover. But say you only like small dogs. You wanna go to the Chelsea you want help you don't necessarily have to think. Wow. I'm going to have to be walking. All these pit bull type dogs. That's not going to have to be the case for everybody walking the door, volunteer. Correct. And they also have this small dog on tears. If people aren't a big dog person, you have the opportunity to work with the small dogs canary coast. Tell me how would you describe the atmosphere of shelter Adamo control? Because I've heard a lot of people say to me. Oh, man. I'd love to volunteer animal shelter. I just don't know. I wanna take them all home. I think it's just so sad to see these dogs in cages, how would you react to somebody saying that to you that is totally understandable. Because it is. I'm not gonna lie. It is very sad. But you have to you can't look at it like that. Because these dogs like for walking these dogs, they depend on you. And you. To go in there have a mindset like you really helping these dogs out because some of these dogs sometimes they don't get out of their kennels for like two three days. And then these dogs starts deteriorate, and it's really rewarding to do something like this after you overcome that feeling of walking into shelter. You know, it is sad. Yeah. I mean, I can understand it. They're working in a shelter. It can be a little overwhelming to see a number of dogs in cages, and and you know, one thing I wanted to ask you specifically about as the shelter that you're at act Philadelphia. It is an open admission shelter. And I don't know that everyone understands the difference of what an open admission shelters versus a closed admission. So I want to just do a little education to our listeners about the difference. So and correct me if I'm wrong about any of this because it's been awhile since I've been at act, but an open admission shelter is a shelter where they're subsidized paid by taxpayer dollars, either by the city or the. Or the county to have to take in any unwanted or straight animal within that limit. So for the situation Philadelphia, they're paid by the city of Philadelphia taxpayer dollars to take an any unwanted or straight animal within the city limits. And you know, when you start doing the math, and you find out how much they're getting paid. It's not nearly enough to take care of the number of animals that are coming in. And I mean, what were you to a live? Release rate is how many animals come into the shelter and leave alive right and the live release rate in Philadelphia is pretty high in comparison to other shelters that are dealing with a similar amount of animals or even more animals coming in. So that's the definition open admission shelter a closed admission shelter is a shelter where the person at the front desk or the the staff at the front desk or the team the evaluation team gets to make the decision whether or not the animal's going to come into the shelter. Are we gonna take this dog today? Do we have space? Yes. Or now. So they can actually turn people away and animal control doesn't have. That luxury. So how do you think that affects the animals that are coming into actual Delfi? And how does it affect the volunteers that are dealing with these animals? It's very stressful say, the least, and it's very sad because you know, act has been extremely extremely full lately. Normally it dies down around summertime ending. But there's just there has been no end in sight lately. And it's very difficult for not only the staff, but the volunteers because many of the dogs that we love and care about end up getting Timestamps or euthanized because they have no space to hold these dogs anymore. And there's more dogs coming in every day. Yes. There's dogs coming in non stop by the police by animal control by strangers. And you also have the people who are coming in to surrender their dog. It's just a never ending cycle. And it's very sad. And then when you do like act will give them. The option if they're full to come back with a they will give them an appointment. But many of these people don't wanna wait and guess what ends up happening to dog. They dump the dog out in the parking lot of that VIN happening multiple times lately and act has to take the dog at that point. I am sure that you know, that my company is get your pet dot com. Right, and we've focused our entire mission is about keeping dogs and cats out of shelters, and and we are looking for the people who are willing to take the time to post their pet for Dopp Shen and give us that opportunity to find that pet home before they have to end up shelter. But we know from our early stage research that once the person is at the shelter. They're gonna leave the pet there. So it's all about finding ways to talk to people. Well, an advance of them showing up at the shelter because you know, they've taken the day off of work. They have their child who is being cared for by family member. Whatever the case is there at the shelter. They've made their mind up, mentally, this is this is the day we need to find ways to get people in advance of that. So I heard you say the word time stamped, and I'm not sure everybody knows what that means. So can you talk? What does that mean in in the world of animal aback, Philadelphia? So time stamp is basically a time that the dog will be used in is. If it doesn't find a safe exit out of the shelter at a certain time. Okay. All right. Does that make sense? It does make sense. And and say, you're somebody out there listening, and he said, you don't know my gosh, that's the dog. I want to adopt. I really wanna save a dog that is right at the point where they're going to be euthanized. How you find out who's a time stamp dog? Is there a place you can go? Well, they have the Facebook page. It's Philly urgent, and you can see the time stamp dogs on that as well as actually dot org. There's a tab. It's called love local dogs, and you go under that tab, and you can see which dogs are time stamps and on their says if their rescue only or if they're available for Dopp dogs. Wow. Okay. That's great to know. So we do have to take a short break here from our sponsors. So we're going to continue this conversation with crystal and just a few minutes. I'm really eager to talk more about this. We'll talk to just another minute. Take me home. We'll be right back with more great stories of lonely pets in search of loving homes. Right after these messages. Stay tuned..

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"dopp shen" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

03:27 min | 3 years ago

"dopp shen" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"To make the decision whether or not the animal's going to come into the shelter. Are we going to take this dog today? Do we have space? Yes. Or now. So they can actually turn people away and an animal control doesn't have that luxury. So how do you think that affects the animals that are coming into act Philidelphia? And how does it affect the volunteers that are dealing with these animals? It's very stressful say, the least, and it's very sad because you know, act has been extremely extremely full lately. Normally it dies down around summertime ending. But there's just there has been no end in sight lately. And it's very difficult for not only the staff with the volunteers because many of the dogs that we love and care about end up getting time stance or euthanized because they have no space to hold these dogs anymore. And there's more dogs coming in every day. Yes. There's dogs coming in non stop by the police by animal control by. Strangers. And you also have the people who are coming in to surrender their dog. It's just a never ending cycle. And it's very sad. And then when you do like act will give them the option if they're full to come back with a they will give them an appointment. But many of these people don't wanna wait and guess what ends up happening to dog. They dumped the dog out in the parking lot of that this has been happening multiple times lately and act has to take the dog at that point. I am sure that you know, that my company is get your pet dot com. Right, and we've focused our entire mission is about keeping dogs and cats out of shelters, and and we are looking for the people who are willing to take the time to post their pet for Dopp Shen and give us that opportunity to find that pet home before they have to end up a shelter. But we know from our early stage research that once the person is at the shelter. They're going to leave the pet there. So it's all about finding ways to talk to people well in advance of them showing up at the shelter because they take in the day off of work. They have their child is being cared for by a family member. Whatever the case is they're they're at the shelter. They've made their mind up, mentally, this is this is the day we need to find ways to get people in advance of that. So I heard you say the word timestamped. And I'm not sure everybody knows what that means. So can you talk? What does that mean in the world of animal aback, Philadelphia? So time stamp is basically a time that the dog will be used in is. If it doesn't find a safe exit out of the shelter at a certain time. Okay. All right. Does that make sense? It does make sense. And and say, you're somebody out there listening, and he said, you don't know my gosh. Like that's the dog. I want to adopt. I really want to save a dog that is right at the point where they're going to be euthanized. How did you find out who's the timestamped dog is there a place you can go? Well, they have the Facebook page. It's Philly urgent, and you can see the time stamp dogs on that as well. As at Philly dot org. There's a tab. It's called love local dogs, and you go under that tab, and you can see which dogs time stamps and on their says if their rescue only or if they're available for the options ox. Wow. Okay. That's great to know. So we do have to take a short break here from our sponsors. So we're going to continue this conversation with crystal in just a few minutes, but I'm really eager to talk more about this. We'll talk to you just another minute..

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"dopp shen" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

08:41 min | 3 years ago

"dopp shen" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Requires a home visit for free adoption, and so on that fact goes a long way and the the idea that free adoption draws in crazies who are just what wanting to collect free animals for hoarding or whatsoever. So you mean, they're going through the exact same steps. But the person isn't paying for it. Okay. Okay. Now, I'm doing this article here. Okay. Then if you want to correspond correspond by Email, whatever. Okay, people who can't afford the adoption fee can't afford to take care of their animals. There's actually a ton of research out there to conquer to county this agreement. Here's a couple of comprehensive studies on our free fee waived cats from Maddie's Fund, and the ASPCA in essence, what shelters that have pride free adoptions have found that it doesn't attract people who can't afford their pets and said it draws in people who are on the fence about adoption in encourages them to go ahead and adopt. Now this article on McCain, I Facebook, and then it has links to these. Yes. Thank so that you can. Go and read even further. Okay. And also Christine Keith over the dog tackled. The issue a year ago and raise an interesting point. There is always there is almost always. At least a hint of judgment that poor people will leave add pet owners in the in other ways too. But in reality the journal of applied animal welfare science found that free adoption did not devalue the pet in adopters. I nor did it result in less. Attachment between Pitt and owner versus aka also pay. Okay. Misconception. Number three giving away pets will take much needed money from the shelter. Shelter. Spend a ton of money on every animal. They take in which is very true. I mean, they I mean what they do is. Unbelievable. I commend tip my hand to all the volunteers and all the rest and I've worked with many of them. And so that's why for them. I think they saw the word free. Yes. I thought I put up there the yes, I agree with, you know, sometime maybe some they should hold some free or they should rule low cost. Yeah. But now you brought up at a point that I brought to. So you bring that up. Okay. Okay. So then we're am I out here. No, no. No. No. No. Okay. So then let's see giving much needed money from the shelters that's misconception number three shelter. Spent a ton of money on every animal they take in. I tried to find an actual number. But they were they very so wisely from widely from sources source that I didn't feel comfortable quoting one specific thing. There's wait a minute. There's no question that is an expensive endeavor to fully vet groom house and feed animals in the shelter. However, if a shelter is relying Dopson features sustain operations the shelter is in trouble on a more fundamental level. Right because they said a lot of okay and one last point from the studies linked to the above from the past super honest pulls from pet alive. There's other added benefits to free adoption shelters that offer free adoption for harder to adopt animals say cats over three years old age senior dogs decrease the amount of time those animals are in the shelters. In other words, they're finding homes for him faster. And so then this gal rights, and to me, it seems that it is that the concern that the that stopped shelters from offering free Dopp Shen has been alleviated with a real life examples like the ABC ASPCA pets alive and Maddie's Fund, if if it results in more animals ending up in a loving home. It seems like a home run. And he's and I'd love to hear your experience. Right. So. Yeah. So like, I said it was so if you just did not read the article, and you ROY Moore comments. And now, you brought up something when I first got here that blood people are assuming that that was a summation or I don't know zoomed. They thought that that was me talking. They didn't bother to read the article that was just me talking. Exactly, I could see where people would get ticked off for them because you do not. It's taken out of context. Well, exactly, it's taking its it's looking at a small small small little like snippet of something versus the big picture. Right. Right. You need to look at the big picture Santas conception one two three. And so that's why I'd like people I took down what I had written. Because like I say to me, it was obvious. Nobody's gonna take the time to read the article. They just wanted to bash me. Yeah. To what was up above? Right. So if but if you match what I had up above, and I soon realized after I had to walk away. From the computer because I was getting very disheartening. Like, I say. People have been around in this for forty forty five years, and I've helped many shelters out many rescues out. And I did that because I want to I believe in. I always thank people for adopting. And I always get rescues. And what they were saying about me at how dare me even thinking, you know, free, and it will give away free. So what are we supposed to do all the money and time to say, no, no, no, no, no. No, no. That's not what I was saying. I was answering according to this article that was up for discussion. Now, you're trying to. This discussion. But apparently it didn't turn out that way. And like, I say if people are trolls. Well, you know, the thing is I don't want to slam anybody. I'm that's that's neat. I'm non politic. Politics. My word. I don't. Yeah. I don't talk politics. I don't know religion. That's everybody has their opinions and stuff like that. And then even a couple of them said, you know, what Katy. You know, I have this. I'm lucky enough to have the radio show on lucky enough day. But great, Dino katie's school, and my my whole mission to or not mission. But it is to help empower people give them avenues to websites to give them ideas for behavior problems. Yeah. It's not that my way or the highway. It's that is totally not that I know a willful person. And I probably came come on a little bit brassy sassy. Whoa. Mess me. But that's not. It's just I don't like people being drones. And there's so much information and different ways to look at different problems. And that's why like this article. I thought that was interesting could I have not seen anything. We are as okay, the prospects of doing free adoptions or low cost adoptions, which you know, by case by case. And to me, I always wait. I put down. I'd rather see ten dogs get adopted at a hundred dollars than fi two dogs at five hundred dollars. Right. Yeah. Just and I just use that as an example. I'm not saying everybody dropped their prices to a hundred right? That was just an example. And like, I say the people win nuts. And then also with the the whole, you know rescue. It's such like that. I can't do that. I I remember I remember we don't call them foster failures. No, call him foster winners. Yes. I've been a foster winter many times. But I can't do that. I can't let go so that's why I can't be in the fostering system. And so, you know, we're all make mistakes. And I would if I made him a steak, I would eat all step up and say, gee, I'm sorry. The only thing I am sorry for is. That people didn't take the time to read the article right and then correspond my little daddy with. But also to what I'm sorry. That people thought that's the way I thought I shouldn't. Yeah. I didn't have to say him. Sorry. No. But like, I said, it just I just all with the radio show and just everything I've tried nothing, but to help people and like I say, it's not my way or the highways. Not Katie canine says everybody, try see that's what I try as so. That's why. Yeah. My failures work hurt that was the wrong thing. But I was just amazed at how out of context everything got at how fast it went. So if you guys want to see what I'm talking about. What am I talk one seven one dot com? Go to my Katie Kanai Facebook page and checkout scroll down and it says should pets adoptions be free. There's an article read that I want to thank you for listening, and you guys have a grand week door high didata train them, and we will see you next week. Did you know with the great shops restaurants and funded? Emma's? Port your vacation can start the second you get through security. Julia as you know, my vacation start the second I start packing. But heck, yes. Getting to the airport early is treat these days things to some of our favorite places being at terminal one no kidding lobster rolls from smack shat Lucy. Lucy's from blue door whole fired pizza from black sheep, and sweet and salty tartan angel food bakery. Did you know all these amazing twin city favorites olive locations at the airport? Of course, I did Joe you've seen my -cation schedule. But is our job to let ever know out there get to the airport early if it's a blast. We.

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"dopp shen" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"dopp shen" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Killing the fish? Yeah. Yeah. Whole Ned in rehab. I'm so as we're gonna put you in rehab, Oscar, we're gonna put you in. We are. So they've got the fish. They've taken it. He's out on like four thousand dollars. And the fish after the fish has been rehabilitated will actually go for Dopp Shen, New Hanover county animal services as for its previous owner, Michael Hinson. He received a four thousand dollar on secured. I wish the fish the best to say though, I mean. What's what's he supposed to do? I mean, it's it's horrible. Right. Like figure out a way to get sort something out and probably wasn't treating you know, his life is a mess. This isn't going to help him any. I don't know if I would go to the point where I'm going to clog up the legal system with that. I would just took the fish away. And it's not like if you're kicking somebody out of their house jets like, where's he going to go with this aquarium? He's living in a car. Three two three five three twenty four twenty three at Chadbensonshow is your Twitter tweet at us eight MAC decade ago founded by alternative to the alternate left-leaning, Goliath there that is are there amazing company less than twenty bucks a year? I wanna talk about the benefits you get with aim, right? The benefits that you get with joining an organization like them. That those benefits are huge roadside assistance discounts retail restaurant hotel discounts. I mean, you name it. They are out there doing stuff and giving you so many opportunities at such a mazing discounts like half priced movie tickets retail restaurant, hotel, a great, but expensive a movie is they are. So.

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"dopp shen" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"dopp shen" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"At least five people are dead and a hostage situation at a Bank in c- bring Florida for an assessment to the scene authority. Learn that we have at least five victims people who were senselessly murdered as a result of his act in this Bank. Police say twenty one year old Zaphon Xaver entered the SunTrust Bank in the central Florida city and began shooting a swat team enter the Bank located the victims to Xavier into custody, so far there's no word on a motive in the shooting. See bring police chief Carl Hoglund said the community has suffered a terrible loss, quote at the hands of a senseless criminal doing a senseless crime to Albany man facing murder charges in connection with the. Fatal shooting on Park Avenue back in November. Police say Chanel Russian ISIS night, we're taking into custody for the shooting of Tyson Williams, the twenty two year old winning shot at number of times while he was sitting in his car Russia night were arraigned today in Albany county court while supporters stood and cheered last night. State lawmakers passed the reproductive health act, not everyone saw it as a happy day. Republican Senator Betty little of queensbury. So she doesn't feel the Bill was necessary. New York state's Catholic bishops issued a joint statement expressing their quote, profound sadness at the measure, which is designed to protect a woman's right to an abortion in New York. State pro-life director of the state Catholic conference. Kathleen Gallagher says they plan to double down on efforts to help women facing an unplanned pregnancy. Any woman who is vulnerable who is faced with an unplanned pregnancy. We are willing to help them. So that they are empowered to bear their child and either raise their family or place that child for Dopp Shen governor Cuomo signed the Bill of the capital last night. Michael Cohen delaying his planned testimony before a house panel. Because of what he calls ongoing threats by President Trump and his attorney Rudy Giuliani. Former drop attorney was scheduled to testify in February seventh. He's admitted to committing a felony rather at the direction of Trump last weekend. Trump said on national television so much look at members of Cohen's family..

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"dopp shen" Discussed on American Heroes Network

American Heroes Network

06:08 min | 3 years ago

"dopp shen" Discussed on American Heroes Network

"Joining me today as Lieutenant Colonel Bill Forbes US army retired former deputy secretary for the Maryland department of veterans affairs. Also, passed department commander for the DAV state of Maryland. Good morning, sir. Good morning, Gary. And as always it's great to be with you. All right. I pre- sheet that we also have joining us this morning as Jim clue Jim served with the fourth infantry division for nineteen months in Vietnam. He was awarded the purple heart for wounds, he received an action and actually got out of this service as a staff sergeant as discharge dim has served as department commander as well. As a national Americanism officer, the national public relations officer and the former national historian for the military or the purple. Heart. Good morning. Jim. Good morning. Gary and good morning Bill. So this is going to be a nice round table discussion and Bill you you always come up with some good news articles. What's going on with the VA? It looks like they're gonna be implemented a new appeal system for claims is that correct? Well, gary. Yes. And we certainly hope that this is going to have some impact on the situation. You know, the appeals process can be a long drawn out process were our men and women who serve the country in the waiting for long periods of time. And a lot of cases for a major let down as far as the claims concern. So right now, the US department of veterans affairs has announced its. Its regulations to support. What's known as the the appeals Motors modernisation act, and Gary what basically should happen here is to bring about some transparency in the claims review and decisions process. Now at the at the beginning of February of this year, the act will be low and all cases that's received in the system for appeals will be handle under this new process. So it amounts to Gary in gym, a transferring a complex process into a simple time, they processed that provides greater choice to veterans who disagree with the decision. So. So that's braying hope that it works in and moves us towards assisting our men and women. That's true. We we all of it works. I also also the was thinking about partnerships with states that help prevent veteran suicides. What's going on their Bill, Gary as you know, the recognizes veteran suicide prevention awareness in the month of September. We without the fact that awareness for suicide prevention is a day to day responsibility to always be out there to try to help the situation and a very positive way. So the now is asking that the state's governors and particularly to work to expand the ongoing prevention programs the audiences in the local community and statewide areas. To conduct conversations. The the suicides veteran suicides and also the other connecting problem with homelessness in the veterans community, and this is taking on in a very positive way. Because Gary is you know here in Maryland where I am our our state legislature is in session, like many of the states around the country and suicide prevention awareness is a main topic for Dopp Shen by the state in this, but they session. So let's hope that this is a nother thing that's coming up under the auspices of the US department of that arines affairs that will move towards helping and assisting on men and women who are risk for suicides. That's true. VSO's going to be taken into that. Now, aren't they? Absolutely. Absolutely. So why you don't like most new things that come up? And even if it's about something that's been around for a while. It's going to take some time, but you know, waiting these long periods of times in the appeals process from five to ten years and even long that's got the change. Now, he s definitely. Well, thank you. Thank you Bill. Now, Jim why don't you have the honor of introducing our guest today? Oh, it is an honor teeter. Hang Pat and Hank his presidency Yoko of USA cares Inc. And that goes from nineteen or twenty nine fifteen to present Anka's, the US army veteran army calorie officer in a passionate angler and hunter and proud dad and husband, boy, I betcha there's an underlying on the bottom of that. Besides is his honor to be of.

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"dopp shen" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

02:36 min | 3 years ago

"dopp shen" Discussed on TechStuff

"That tell you who happens to be online at that time. But this was a new thing back in the early nineties. Now, the developers had determined that aim should exist as a standalone service so that it didn't limit. It's a Dopp Shen that way it wouldn't just be users that could get hold of aim, but the team quickly ran into a challenge they had no resources because again, it wasn't a sanctioned project. But a service has to run on hardware somewhere. It's. Not something that can just exist in the air. So apple men called in a favor with a co worker who was getting ready to ship some old servers to HP they had bought these servers the servers were now kind of obsolete. And so the AL was going to ship the servers back and get a small amount of money in return. So instead of shipping back the servers, his co worker friend quote unquote, lost the servers, and they actually went to apple men and his team. And so that team was able to work on developing the messaging app when they had finished up they decided to show it off to their bosses. They thought well, we've got it already to go. Now just have to convince her bosses that. This was a good idea from the get-go. Ehlo management was not thrilled about this. In fact, there was a real danger at first that the whole team might get fired because of their work on this project. They had built the product without telling anyone they had allocated a server without permission, and they intended to release the app for free, and that really stuck in the craw of a lot of the leaders over at AOL AOL was a subscription based business plan the way ale made money in those days was that they would convince customers to subscribe to AOL service. And then the customers would use the AL interface to dial in and get online that was the way made money primarily they also did some advertising stuff, but that was minor compared to the subscription service. So to give away stuff for free seemed antithetical to AOL's business plan. But ultimately, the leadership at AOL was convinced to give it a try. Halfheartedly? So they launched aim in may nineteen ninety seven released by the way launching in fact, would be really really generous while the leadership actually agreed to do was make aim available on a file transfer protocol or FTP service. Now, this FTP service wasn't actually positioned as a public facing service..

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"dopp shen" Discussed on Embedded

Embedded

03:28 min | 3 years ago

"dopp shen" Discussed on Embedded

"And you get the games or plugs into steam. No, it's like, it's a self contained unit, computer. It's got a phone caliber thing computer in it and put the headset on but. So that's just moving along weird technology though. So is it has so much potential. But it has to get over it to Dopp Shen. It has to be adopted which I think is a price thing. It doesn't have anything. There's nothing drawing people to it right now. There's no like oh have you seen this game? Or it's okay. There's some fun games in mostly indie is a couple of big games that have that our ports of existing games. And that's you know, and experiences, and they're all fun and cool. But yeah, does not gonna make somebody run out and spent few hundred bucks. I mean, I love the whale experience. But it only lasts intendo comes Super Mario VR. Then you'll know it's a thing. Let's see any changes you're seeing in the job market. We probably shouldn't answer that one. I don't know. Are you seeing any job market still seems pretty hot still seems pretty hot actually hotter, which is weird? 'cause I feel like things are getting worse. So maybe there's a delayed reaction in the job. But. Still a lot of still out of activity in recruiter activity and aggressive activities. So. We're in dire need well. If you're if you're recruiter don't use the word dire anywhere in your job position or emails to people and then do followed up with the safety critical system. Anyway, we shouldn't do that. What kinds of guests? Are you looking for in the new year, really really famous ones? No unfunny ones. Funny, ones and famous. No. My favorite guests tend to be people who who. Have nothing to do with embedded come on. Expose me to something that I just really tend thought about before deeply or had have cooled perspectives on stuff. None of our guests have been bad. So it's it's it's kinda hard to to say, I want anything different. Yeah. I just like talking to people about jobs, and what they're excited about what they're doing with had a few professors on lately, and I kind of like that. But I also liked to having authors on and musicians in. I guess we haven't had as many entrepreneurs on lately because I haven't really been in the whole I want to be an entrepreneur state. But there's only so much you can say about Kickstarter. Yeah. Pro projects and things like that. I mean, it's interesting to talk when people bring a new product, and they wanna talk about how it works and things that's cool. But the process of Kickstarter, I think we already know cut beaten into the ground. Everybody knows it's it's a mind failed..

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"dopp shen" Discussed on The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

04:05 min | 3 years ago

"dopp shen" Discussed on The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

"How can we introduce in the workplace, and I always say carefully because you don't you want you want to offer it you might offer cold beer or something like that? Which you don't want to force it down throats because then they'll rebel. We the Cleveland Clinic. We actually brought someone into train are all team Mente Shen surgeon general last one like murky, and he basically got everybody in his. Surge general's office meditate everyday take a break at three o'clock meditate together. Wow. That's right. Yeah. Very impressive. The thing is though there may be a few people know who resent that really have to mail. But I think most people are into it. And I was surprised how many people were into it Cleveland Clinic, and these are people from all socioeconomic strata from the medical assistance, all the way to the doctors. And it was it was pretty interesting, and we set aside him in teaching area in the office. We took one of the obesity exam rooms Massachusetts, and we've changed that into the meditation room, and it's been really powerful. Yeah. I've been really surprised for example, our experience apples in incredible company. We they're pretty secretive. Some not a lot to say too much. But in my in my experience working with apple. Doing this meditation challenge for their employees. And their play basis. Credibly diverse people to work in retail stores, you people who work in the corporate headquarters. I've been just blown away by the level of Dopp Shen when introduced in the right way here do this thing. Min. Do this thing if you want, and here's we're going to wear to lower the barriers to entry in terms of the practicality and all that stuff. You find that lots of people want to do at one of my concerns is that it's often people like us talking about meditation wealthy, white Manhattan dwellers, and we probably both shop at whole foods. Probably no stranger to a soul cycle class or whatever. And so my worry is that it can get getaways in that way that of this this rarefied air that you, and I breathe it's really important to point out that this is. This was not invented by wholefood shopper in Upper West side. And I don't say that with any hate because I am somebody who lives in the Upper West side and goes the whole food. This was invented thousands of years ago by people in the Indian subcontinent and similar practices have have been a part of every major organized religion. And which is why we've made it a big on my podcast and on the app, we make a big effort to get people of all different backgrounds and ethnic extractions, cetera et cetera. Because one of send a message for everybody. Not just the the elite and one of the side effects. I think you're going to be writing about your next book, which is kindness. Yes, sounds a little woo. But it actually helps you be more loving and one of the finishes Buddhism is loving kindness. And it kind of emerges out of knowing yourself, knowing your mind and be more compassionate chat. Just for couple minutes. Yeah. I mean, I I'm really fascinated by the issue of kindness. I think it also kind of needs a. Of marketing revamping Wimpy, right? It's not just that. It sounds Wimpy for sure it does in some cases. But also it can just sound. There's like a finger wag it sounds like an expectation, you know, or you're being lectured to or just sound syrupy and boring. They haven't been a lot of self help books. That around kindness that have sold their usually a weight loss or making more money or being happier. Kindness. Is we want other people to be nice, but we don't necessarily see the benefit to ourselves. So I'm trying to reframe it more as actually your life will be better. If I wrote a book, I wrote a chapter in my first book called the self interested case for not being a dick. And I think that's the right way to talk about probably gotta change the language a little bit of appeal to women..

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"dopp shen" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

04:17 min | 3 years ago

"dopp shen" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"To be something you buy four life unless. For life and also lifetime guarantee on it. So if there's if it cracks if you scuff it if you stuff, and you can't get it out. We're very generous with with the retirement exchange. Paul actually, see very few of them coming back because we've gone the extra mile make it out of the absolute best materials. Costal? That's always important. It's always nice. When you have a pet ball heads can be hard on their bowl. Sometimes I think owners are actually harder on the pet bulls sometimes break, fourth and speaking of have you had any reactions with pets. I would think I'm answering my own question. And I think no because surgical steel like you said, it doesn't retain the said. No. So that was one of the one of the big things that I wanted. I wanted to make sure that it was kind of material that the food is coming in contact with. I wanted to make certain that it was something that is not going to pick up any sort of bacteria. It's not gonna fix my sort of odors, etc. And it can you wanna like if if you wanted to wash it by hand, you can hit it with steel wallow be completely fine. You can whatever. He wanted to watching it by hand, it it will stand up to it. And if you wanna put it through the dishwasher on any setting you want stainless steel, and it's made to last and every time there was that sort of decision available. You know, like do we save a little bit of money or do we make the absolute best product possible. I've gone for making something that will last a very very long time and be wonderful to look at and a pleasure to us and feel and I sent you guys a sample. But it's even the textures were very it. We took a lot of time to make sure that it was something that's really really pleasant to touch. So the handle on it is actually the same material as high end as as grips on like high in like two hundred dollars chestnut. It's the material called Santa print, and again, it was just I wanted to make sure that the experience of using it of touching it of looking at it of interacting with it was as enjoyable and and pleasant and just wonderful as possible and making a premium product and enjoy profit. No, we did get a sample. Thank you. And the reason I mentioned the scent is. Because Mr. z is my picky dog. He's a fifty pound border collie mix, and okay, there's balls that he will sniff brand new never use sniff go away. Yeah. He used them. And I didn't even know that you can make bowls surgical steel. I I know that you could do other things out of surgical steel. But I never realized bowls reachable had no problem is kind of fun just lifting it up. Feeding. You haven't just putting down. It was kind of nice and thank goodness. I don't have any ailments yet hope hopefully never. But you know, I could definitely see if you have any kind of stiffness or older or just, you know, vertigo, or whatever sort of thing that this would be just an absolute necessity because it just, you know, and I think of it as it's not only just a convenience for the pet parent. It's saving lives of pets. Because if like, you said your grandmother couldn't take care of her path. She would have to give it up when pets go to places for Dopp Shen are rescues if sometimes they're not always. You know, a no kill rescue. And you know, you could see where the story goes here people. So I see your reachable is actually saving pets lives because it provides, you know, in the subsidy for both the, you know, the pet parents be able to feed the Pat and for the pet so he can eat and can stay in his home. Yep. The other thing that I should mention this that a lot. So I've actually are there. We can tell I'm very hands on as an entrepreneur, and I've actually talked on the phone with very many of the folks that have bought the find out, you know, how do they like cetera? And one thing that I've found happens very very often. If people aren't actually buying these for themselves, but did people buying these for their parents. So someone has a mom or dad that like me, my grandmother just has has notably town or elderly relative that that relative might not yet acknowledged that they need a little bit of help. But then all of a sudden they dropped us off. And it's kind of begrudge, you know, it's like, yeah. This is what this is.

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