35 Burst results for "Dory"

The Democrats' Big Energy Mistake

The Officer Tatum Show

00:45 sec | 3 weeks ago

The Democrats' Big Energy Mistake

"You know, if we would have, if we wouldn't have closed down Keystone XL pipeline, if we would have made it wouldn't have made it an absolute nightmare for oil and gas companies to continue drilling and right here in the United States, you know, everything would be hunky Dory, but instead what we did as soon as we got into office, we shut down all the Trump's policies because of the truth of the matter is we want you guys to suffer because we want to transition this great experiment called the United States and of America into something that we wanted all along. We want the elites. We want the haves and the have nots. They're trying to transform society and they think that you're dumb enough to keep falling for this stuff. But a lot of people are waking up.

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Gas Prices Rise & Will Continue to Rise Under Joe Biden

Mark Levin

01:19 min | Last month

Gas Prices Rise & Will Continue to Rise Under Joe Biden

"We also have another problem and that's the economy and it's something that we should be talking about just how bad things are Remember the president of the United States of America wanted you to believe that everything was hunky Dory with gas prices right That you should give him praise for taking $5 a gallon gas and moving it back down Well it's temporary That's what the analysts now believe and there are shortages worldwide Why Because we refuse to be energy independent which is what we were under the Donald Trump and the new Biden regime has said no They want you to suffer in submit to their green religion That's what it is The national average gallon of gas is going back up and when I was in California earlier this week I saw it for the first time in my life in real life like with my own eyes not on a computer but in real life I looked at a sign and it was over $6 a gallon from let it gasoline in California right now Now the prices are going to go up even more after the election We know this because the strategic oil reserves have been artificially flooding the market with cheap gas to lower the price Or I should say cheap oil to lower the price

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"dory" Discussed on Forever35

Forever35

05:15 min | 2 months ago

"dory" Discussed on Forever35

"With how you can help your community because that's actually things you can that's actually stuff you can impact, which I think you're doing, you know, how you're volunteering for a local city council campaign. I thought of that as I was like, there's nothing I can do to change a legal national security crisis. There's nothing I can do. So my rage doesn't have a purpose. And it just serves to get me worked up. Whereas what if I consciously uncoupled from that, but I wasn't, I wasn't taking myself out of understanding what's going on in the world, right? Like we have these conversations a lot of, I don't want the news of stressful. And it's like, I get that. But we still want to be citizens of the world and help our community. So I just decided to consciously uncouple from news like that. Yeah, I mean, I really like the impulse to simultaneously help on a local level because I think, you know, I think that also goes along with what we're doing with our giving circle. And kind of helping and participating and being parts of communities that we can actually make an impact in. And it's not like, you know, I don't think you're ignoring the news or shutting it off because we've talked before, I think, about the privilege of being able to just turn off the news. But it sounds like you're navigating the news in a way that makes sense for your mental health. I applaud you. And I think it's like identifying which news does not that it doesn't impact my life, but which dudes I can that actually will, I don't know what I'm trying to say here. I don't know, yes, Dory, I agree. Thank you for seeing me in this space as I kind of think about this. And

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"dory" Discussed on Forever35

Forever35

05:26 min | 3 months ago

"dory" Discussed on Forever35

"But it does a really sucks and I also am not, I don't want you to think that I am in any way dismissing your feelings for him or that it wasn't real or what have you. But it was two months. It was the honeymoon phase, like you didn't know this guy super, super well, and he's going through a divorce. So, okay, so here's my thought on this. With all of this, all this background analysis, I think, I think what you have here is some really good data. And I say that because I think that when we get into these situations, they're showing us that we are capable of this kind of love and this kind of feeling. And this kind of connection with someone. They're showing us like, hey, that part of you that you thought was kind of dead. It's not dead. You can feel that. There are people out there that you can feel this with. And it sucks that it didn't work out. But I think that now you know, I want someone like this who's not going through a divorce. Because ultimately, this particular guy is not available to you. And I personally, and I think you know this. I don't think it's worth waiting around for him. Because he's going to string you along, there's going to be drama with the X and ultimately, I don't know. I feel like these guys always go back to the X, but like maybe I'm wrong, I don't know. So that's just my analysis of the situation. In terms of advice, encouragement, I mean, I think my encouragement is like, this is data. This is ultimately like, I know it doesn't feel this way right now, but this is good. You have, you have this capacity for love, it's a beautiful thing. Allowed to wallow. Yeah. And I don't know if there's any sort of resources, books, TV movies, things to occupy your time. I mean, anything will do the trick, but I also think, does anything ever truly distract us when we're grieving the end of a relationship and our hearts been broken? I personally have never found anything. I mean, I did listen to a lot of angry music at times when I've been dumped. Or ended a relationship, but I don't know if anything does distract us. And that's just a testament to how strong our feelings were. And I think Dory, I have the same reaction that tis better to have loved and lost, you know? I'm so happy for you that you got to be reawakened in this way and realize one that you can have these kinds of relationships. And two that you are worthy of them and that you want them and that you deserve to be loved and received in this way, but also I think more than this because I did just want to flag something listener. Look, you were really willing to give a lot to this person. And you were willing to make a lot of sacrifices, I think, to make this work. And I'm trying to find the exact spot where you said it, hold my horses, you said you wouldn't, he wouldn't be comfortable returning your feelings and he would feel conflicted. And that you reiterated that you wanted what was best for him. You were in no rush, you would give him space. You were making a lot of accommodations when the truth is, ultimately, I think you were in a space to where you should have been received the way that you were giving. So even though this was a wonderful part man and you had a wonderful experience, you were willing to make a lot of sacrifices, which, look, that's our right to make sacrifices and relationships. And we all do that. But it's felt to me in reading that, that I didn't want that for you. I wanted someone to respond with the same level of commitment and feeling. And ultimately this person is not able to give you that. And it doesn't mean there's anything wrong or bad with them. It just means that you are ready for a different kind of love than they were able to give. And I think as hard as it is to remain open to that, just trust that you are, you will receive it again. And you will receive it in a way that I think is better for you. A man and we love you and we're here for you and I'm sure someone's going to offer up some great other tips for heartbreak or TV and movies and that sort of thing and we welcome them. But we are just here to say we see you, it fucking sucks, feel free to grieve as long as you need. And we're sorry that it didn't work out. And I think this is a good spot to end this episode. I think we've done our jobs here. I think so too. Having ourselves on the back. You know, hopefully. All right, well, thank you all for trusting us with your messages. We appreciate it.

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Inflation in Embedded in the Democratic Ideology

The Ben Shapiro Show

00:49 sec | 3 months ago

Inflation in Embedded in the Democratic Ideology

"Continues to rage out of control, the Biden administration continues to say that everything is going to be hunky Dory by most economists estimates it's going to be well into next year before inflation really starts to hit the rates that Americans are used to, namely that 2% that the Federal Reserve aims for. As we know, the Biden administration has blamed everybody except themselves for all of this. But here is the thing. The inflation is part of the theory the Democrats embraced. They embraced all of the fiscal and economic prerequisites for inflation. The definition of inflation is too many dollars following too few goods. When you Jack up, government spending. When you recommend that the Federal Reserve pursue easy monetary policy, the predictable result of this is that you end up with inflation. Unless we believe that this is some sort of random thing that just happened to Democrats. No, it isn't. This has been embedded in their most cherished ideals for a very long time.

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"dory" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:46 min | 4 months ago

"dory" Discussed on WTOP

"Good weather on the 8s and when it breaks first as always over to Ian proffer. Suddenly into that overnight pattern with the last of whatever we had on the capitol bellway's interlude before saint Barnabas road now gone from the right shoulder, everything should be hunky Dory on the Maryland roadways with a couple of exceptions. We did have an issue near mount airy, ridge road between Windsor forest road and Pennsylvania. We were following police direction because of the down pole from an earlier crash. Laurel, old Laurel, Louis road, between route one 97 and hilltop lane was blocked for storm damage that looks like it still might be. On the 50 across the bay bridge, two lanes in each direction to and from the shore and wind warnings remained in effect extra caution fry profile vehicles, but no lane rid no vehicle restrictions I should say to and from the shore. Virginia bell weighed the work zones begin about exit 50 for route 50 Arlington boulevard two to the left getting by there and then after the dulles toll road, heading toward Georgetown pike single right past that works on its bridge deconstruction. There may be stoppages here, can not rule that out and it's been a pretty sluggish ride since they dropped the cones after 11 o'clock on 66, the workshops are still all intact on the eastbound side after the Prince William Parkway and after one 23. But no real fuss getting passed on the eastbound ramp to go west on route 50 exits 57 for fair lakes and pharaohs X should be shut down by now on sadly road in both directions your ramps you go west on 66 blocked by work overnight and in the district, New York avenue is still problematic near the national arboretum as we get by the work zone single file right in each direction Ian Crawford traffic. Watch out for a couple areas of fog here west of D.C. into the Shenandoah valley. We'll see sunshine through the morning hours, air temperatures rapidly, warming back into the 80s, and then eventually

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Sen. Marsha Blackburn: Americans Know the Economy Is Not Good

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:19 min | 4 months ago

Sen. Marsha Blackburn: Americans Know the Economy Is Not Good

"Don't know what they're thinking up there, senator. You go back to the 1990s that famous line from Bill Clinton. It's the economy stupid. They really do believe that this is their absolute truth that the economy is just hunky Dory. You know, you just can't make this stuff up. And the American people are smart. They have caught on to the fact that they're saying, oh, there's not a recession. The economy is great. And the American people know in their personal economy, things are not good. And that they are struggling to fill up the gas tank in the grocery card on the same day. They're having to pick and choose. They know that wages are not increasing that there is a stagnation in wages, they are, they can read, they know that we have had two consecutive quarters of negative GDP growth. Now, that tells you that technically we are in a recession. Looking at what you have to spend when you are trying to just handle your average cost of living, you know that you are in a recession because your money doesn't know as far as your money wants when.

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Brian Deese Defends High-Priced 'Liberal World Order'

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:11 min | 5 months ago

Brian Deese Defends High-Priced 'Liberal World Order'

"Then listen to this. Listen to this on inflation. We've got a clip for you. And this is from Biden's economic council head. And he's talking about of all things inflation, but the interesting thing is he's telling you exactly what's going down and then he's saying the unspoken part out loud and then immediately gives you the presidential line as if everything is hunky Dory. So listen to this clip on our economic council leader who is telling you exactly how this is a man made intentional problem and then in the next sentence, it tells you everything's not so bad. Listen to this. Well, what do you say to those families who say, listen, we can't afford to pay four 85 a gallon for months, if not years. This is just not sustainable. But what shared from the president today was a clear articulation of the stakes. This is about the future of the liberal world order. And we have to stand firm. But at the same time, what I'd say to that family to Americans across the country is you have a president administration that is going to do everything in its power to blunt those price increases and bring those prices down.

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Did Celebrities Commit Obstruction of Justice in 2016 Election?

Mark Levin

01:48 min | 5 months ago

Did Celebrities Commit Obstruction of Justice in 2016 Election?

"Celebrities urged GOP electors to deny Trump Electoral College win in 2016 High profile actors and musicians are called Johnny calls to deny Donald Trump the 270 electoral votes he needs to clinch the president They were all for it back then Harvard constitutional law professor Lawrence lessig and law firm Dory have offered to provide free legal counsel to Republican electors who break from their states popular votes Wow Was that undue influence Was that obstruction of justice Was it The president of the United States is not prohibited From participating in this system It's not a crime He's not prohibited From urging his own vice president to take actions different than his vice president is thinking of taking or decides to take He has every right whether you agree with the judgment or not The ask that Republican state legislatures reconsider what took place in their states Particularly a state like Pennsylvania where over 60 members of the legislature 60 took on their governor who's a Liberal Democrat and they wanted to be involved in the selection of the electors Again whether you like it or not it's not the point

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The Fed Is Desperately Trying to Manage Inflation

The Trish Regan Show

01:47 min | 5 months ago

The Fed Is Desperately Trying to Manage Inflation

"Let me get to this fed move that frankly is just too little too late. Typical typical typical Federal Reserve. This particular fed, however, I'm really, really, really, let me be nice. Let me just say I'm disenchanted with them. Let me not be so nice and just say I'm pretty disgusted with them because they had every opportunity in the world to fix this and they never took it. And I'm not sure why. I'm not sure why Jerome Powell would have allowed inflation to go so unchecked and tried to make a swallow this idea that it was somehow transitory. Transitory my, you know what, okay? I'm sorry. But inflation is now embedded in our economy. And yes, I get it. There's external factors going on, but let's still get back to basics. First of all, in terms of energy prices, right? And we've been through this, even though Joe, thanks. Even though the president thinks somehow it's just a conspiracy against him and everyday Americans buy big oil, the reality is he did this himself, okay? Bad policy on the energy front. And then you have other factors that went into it. He pumped so much money into the economy by the way, the $1.9 trillion stimulus. All that money. Plus his big stimulus check that one in the mail as soon as he got to office. I mean, my goodness. Meanwhile, Jerome Powell, he saw that happening. So what the heck was he doing still printing money? I mean, talking about just overkill. It was so obvious what was happening all the data was there. We saw the inflation, all the numbers were ticking higher and they sat there and said transitory transit Dory transitory. You know what I don't believe in anything these guys

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"dory" Discussed on Forever35

Forever35

05:26 min | 6 months ago

"dory" Discussed on Forever35

"But I do know how hard it is to admit the person you love isn't worthy of that love. Dory is right, your friend has all the information she needs. She just isn't ready or able to act on it. One day she might be. Make it easy for her to find her way back to you and to herself. Thanks, ladies. It means so much that you hold this space for all of us who listen. Great advice. Yeah, I mean, it raises such interesting questions for me about the responsibility of the friend. Well, and I also think it's dependent on the kind of relationship that you have with the friend. And the kind of relationship you have with your partner. Because the caller. Revealed very little about the nature of their relationship with their partner. This emailer said it was clear that this friend was being treated very badly. Maybe this other caller, nothing was super obvious, but they just didn't have a great feeling about it. I also just want to raise to this, I don't know. I really hear what the caller is saying and I agree that there is a way to do it kindly. But to me, it feels like it is very risky for a friend to do that. On the eve of someone's wedding. And the friend risks so much, bringing up these doubts that I understand why a friend would not do that. Interesting Dory, I like that you have taken this one really to heart, I feel like you're really passionate about this. Well, I think it's a really interesting question. It raises a lot of, it raises a lot of issues about friendship and marriage and relationships and again, what I said responsibility, you know, it felt like that caller was almost saying like, if only her friends had said something, I mean, she did say it. She said if her friends had sent them, said something, maybe she wouldn't have gone through with the wet with the wedding. And like, oh. I don't know. That's so weird to me. Well, I think it can feel there can also be a sense of embarrassment, like I had this happen actually. I got out of a relationship and then I found out my parents both did not like the person I had been in a relationship with. And it was like, I'm glad they didn't say anything 'cause I think I'm sure they guessed correctly that it would have been angry. Yeah. But there's also this feeling of kind of like, oh, I'm so embarrassed. You know? And I do think there does come a point where you can, depending on the relationship you have with a friend, you can speak up and say something. And it's up to them whether or not they receive it. And I think this caller is saying that they would have received that at the time. But again, who knows? Let's read this email this other email Dory that we got from a therapist. They said, I work with many individuals and couples who practice consensual non monogamy. Maybe not, but listening to the caller, I couldn't help but wonder if her friend and fiance have an agreement about his use of the app or meeting with other women. The caller said herself that her friend was aware of what her fiance was doing. Perhaps the friend simply did not feel comfortable sharing this with the caller. She might have sensed that the caller and other friends of hers would be extremely judgmental and not be accepting or open minded of such an arrangement as honestly, it sounded like the caller would have been..

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"dory" Discussed on Forever35

Forever35

03:44 min | 9 months ago

"dory" Discussed on Forever35

"Juice into a cup and it spilled all over the table. It is going to be okay. And it can also be okay, form hopefully most of us in the moments of real darkness. And I say that and I don't want to take away from the fact that there's there are people many people deeply suffering right now. And but I do think that there are moments where you see humanity prevailing. And that's when I'm like, oh, it's going to be okay. I don't know, Dory. How do you kind of pep talk yourself or this? This dear sweet listener who's having a hard time, how do you pep talk them?.

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Who Is Investigative Reporter Natalie Winters?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:12 min | 11 months ago

Who Is Investigative Reporter Natalie Winters?

"And Natalie winters. Welcome to one on one. Thank you so much for having me back. You are absolutely welcome as one of the few people writing the truth about communist China about farmer about Fauci, the Dory is always open to you and your colleagues at the national park. For those who aren't familiar with your work, I want everybody to follow an athlete right now on Twitter at Natalie G winters. It's also the national pulse dot com. Read her writings, Raheem kassam and colleagues, but for everybody who is new to one on one for our audience of millions of lessons in the views across the country. We like to start with a little bit of an introduction to. So tell us about your long, long career, Natalie. What you're doing right now and how you ended up as an investigative reporter for the national pulse. While growing up, as I'm sure many people listening feel the same way, I was really disheartened with the state of journalism in America. It seemed that there was never any facts being told by people. It was always just narratives and agendas being pushed by these huge corporate media outlets. So I kind of looked around and saw that there really was an open market, not just a market of ideas, but just an untapped avenue for true solid and fact based investigative reporting. So that was kind of what I started doing. I've been doing it for a little over a year now. But as I started to kind of try to untangle and really unweave some of these very, very murky conflicts of interest that we see, not just in our nation's capital, but really throughout the beltway throughout the country and I think amidst this pandemic we're learning throughout the globe. There are some kind of repeat offenders when it comes to the people who are responsible for I think the assault that we've seen on a lot of our freedoms and civil liberties that we've come to expect as Americans. And I think that the Chinese Communist Party, which is what I focus most of my investigative reporting on is responsible for a lot of this, I would say crackdown and just kind of lack of care for I think the principles and fundamentals that made America America

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"dory" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:30 min | 11 months ago

"dory" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The longer front but really this is the last time Or at maximum Dory founder and CEO of SG MC capital Thanks so much for joining us today on Bloomberg daybreak Asia As we go to the break market around the region in a moment we'll tell you all about TSMC's great quarter With the Bloomberg small business report I'm John Tucker Absent a Supreme Court directive to the contrary the federal occupational safety and health administration could begin citing employers for violating the agency's COVID-19 shot or test rule The Supreme Court heard arguments from attorneys representing numerous states and businesses asking the high court to haul to enforcement while the mandate is contested in a lower court But so far the high court hasn't stopped it Osha says the rule is currently in effect The standard requires most U.S. employers with 100 or more workers still within the definition of a small business to either require all of them to be fully vaccinated or order unvaccinated workers to pass a COVID-19 test at least weekly while the efforts could be halted at a moment's notice by the Supreme Court or not Karen hardy executive director of the NFIB small business legal center in Washington says this kind of limbo isn't good for any business and that's the Bloomberg small business report I was in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean when it happened There was a sudden jolt and our submarine crashed on the sea floor We were in total darkness That's doctor figueroa.

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How the Chinese Communist Party Works

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:41 min | 11 months ago

How the Chinese Communist Party Works

"Most of the west learn how Moscow work, not from going to college and taking Stanley Hoffman or Henry Kissinger or anyone else who is talking about how the Soviets worked. And most of what they thought was wrong or they read the long telegram by mister actually turned out to be George cannon early on in the Cold War. No, they weren't Nixon. They weren't studying the briefing papers. They weren't Jimmy Carter who had an inordinate fear of communism. None of that, all those years of the Cold War, that's not how people learn in America. They read time, newsweek, and U.S. news and World Report, and they would routinely report on what was going on or so they thought or some correspondence in Moscow thought. And now people have watched the Americans and they get a view of how sleepers work, which isn't right. That's not how sleepers worked in the United States. They had lots of spies in the 1980s. That was one of my earliest jobs. If you're looking to hear it for the first time, I'm going to give you the quick bio in a second. But after the wall came down in the Soviet Union crumbled, people sort of put their communism studies away, thinking, oh, well, the Chinese are simply evolving to a market capitalism society and we will help them get there and everything will be comfy, hunky Dory in the world. Bill Clinton let them into the world of free trade, we accepted them into the world's institutions. And in fact, they're still letting us. And the country's difficult to understand. It's so big. It's so numerous in the billion people. And so opaque, that very few novelists have dared to try and describe how the country works.

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"dory" Discussed on Forever35

Forever35

04:52 min | 1 year ago

"dory" Discussed on Forever35

"So I understand I get it, but it is interesting, Dory. I think you're right. That is definitely happened. And then there's also like the charming thing of what is podcasting that has sometimes come up with older guests, but also some other older guests are like, I do this every day. Podcast hard. Yeah. Yeah. Guests interviews like how far out do we go? Or do we plan a record interviews? We are scheduled pretty we can be scheduled pretty far out. I actually think we're booked with guests into February. Like in terms of recording. But we're kind of weak of is when we kind of dig into our research and prepping for the week of the interview when it's happening when it's being recorded. And do we chat with the guests beforehand? No unless we know them in real life. You know, it has occurred to me that sometimes I've been like, oh, we should do like pre interviews, but then I'm also like, I want to be mindful of people's time. Yes, totally. And I think sometimes I can just be a waste of time, but there have been a few interviews where I've been like, oh, we should have talked to this person ahead of time. But name names interviews shall remain nameless. I know what they are..

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"dory" Discussed on Forever35

Forever35

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"dory" Discussed on Forever35

"I think this is really nice. And helping someone brag and being the person they can brag to and making that a safe space since bragging is has been so often frowned upon as we discussed many times on this show. I just love everything about this. Yeah, me too. Dory, if I can be your refrigerator, I would be honored. Oh. Thank you, Kate. I'd love to be your refrigerator. Let's be refrigerators. And look, we'll be refrigerators for anybody else listening. Yep, yep. Come post your stuff on this fridge. We will share it. You have a refrigerator announcement. You let us know, and we'll share your win. Yes. I don't think if I have anything to post on our refrigerator. I know. I have something. I'll think of something. Yeah. Okay. Well, listen, Kate, this has been a pleasure. I mean, we haven't solved what wind is, but we'll work on that. We will. Next time. All right, well, listen, pray for me. Dory. I can't. I'm going to start laughing again. I think about you comically slipping on vomit. I'm going to start laughing. Happening. I will pay for you. I hope it goes smoothly. Good luck and good luck. I hope everybody who is traveling is safe and that it's drama free. Thank you so much. Envoy, okay. Bye..

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"dory" Discussed on Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective

Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective

05:09 min | 1 year ago

"dory" Discussed on Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective

"But it's not all hunky Dory and the assumption is that all tribal members that are where their government is running a gaming enterprise are filthy wealthy individuals. And that just is simply not the case. I certainly am not. I've got gear in front of me that I've had for almost 20 years because I'm babying it because I don't want to I don't have the money to necessarily replace it, you know? So there's some brief example. But yeah. Yeah, it's kind of crazy because even with this disabled people. I wish I could get three to people about the realities of that because, you know, like it's funny my partner's mom, you know, she recently quit her job. And, you know, she was talking about, well, her knees been hurting. So he's been like, you know, maybe I'll just go on disability. Like it's something that you can just easily snap your fingers and do. And like she's been depending for that a lot. Depending on the disability and I'm just like, oh my goodness, you don't even know what you're in for because not only that you're not going to be able to work like you think you are. You're going to have these income limits. And disability takes most people three to 5 years to get and you've never really qualified on your first time. Like your first the first time you apply for disability, it's almost a guaranteed rejection. And then you have to do it again. And again. And for some reason, people have this idea that there are people cheating the system and getting disability that don't deserve disability. It's just like are you kidding me? Yeah. Do you guys know how hard it is to get disability like the reality like the hoops that you have to jump through? Because, you know, it's not just as like filling out an application and just being able to say, oh, I'm disabled. No, you've got to have at least two to three doctors. That are signing off and being able to tell the court exactly what your limitations are..

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"dory" Discussed on Forever35

Forever35

05:25 min | 1 year ago

"dory" Discussed on Forever35

"And there isn't independently run subreddit. Yeah, it's true. Shout out to the redditors. Yep. Shout out to them. Shout out to the redditors, cool thing your mom just said. You know, Dory last night I started a self esteem course. That's wrong. That's where I'm at in life. Well, you know, I was like, I had kind of like the worst day yesterday of just feeling the most irritable that I have felt..

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"dory" Discussed on Forever35

Forever35

05:11 min | 1 year ago

"dory" Discussed on Forever35

"I did love that movie. You need to go into it knowing it's like trigger warning their self harm and eating disorder and psychological stuff. It's very good. Just on an aside. I'm excited to see it. Dory, can I throw something out before we transition into talking about one of my favorite body parts? Oh, sure. I just, I'm gonna circle back and go through and listen to old episodes of our show. But if anyone has like the best scar treatment products, what is it? Yes. I've talked about this. Okay, can you juggle my brain? Because I have to start doing my scar oiling next week and I need to load up. And I know vitamin E is like the.

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"dory" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"dory" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"To the Dory Monster and show my name is Jason Mattera Guest hosting for Dory. Today You heard Dury's Previous segment that was door himself interviewing. An engineer, friend of his on 9 11 and some of the spirit Torrey ALS Garbage associated with it, Which is I mean, just amazing that Spike Lee is doing a documentary and he decides to Even give airtime. Um, And yet Spike Lee will never be branded, even though he isn't that he won't be branded or not. By those by his pals in the media, Okay? Wanted to get to this before we had to break. Trump Seems like he's just having a blast out of outside of the White House, and I don't know if he'd want to even make a run for re election. I think he is, but He is now, uh Providing commentary for an upcoming pay per view event featuring Apparently, Evander Holyfield is stuff. Did you know Evander Holyfield trying to still fighting? You know who Evander Holyfield is, right? Yeah. Okay. Boxer. Yeah, The game is one. I guess he's a famous. Yeah, He's a famous one. But I remember we got watching this guy back. He's the one who Mike Tyson bit his ear. Oh, that's right. That's whole. Yes, twice, I think was it twice? Is he fearless now? Well, I don't know if he actually ripped the ear off. But he you know, he had a good shot our time wearing a mask. Uh, that would be it would be. How do you put the string over? But he's still fighting. He's in his sixties and he has a fight coming up with a UFC lightweight heavyweight champion. Vitor Belfort, I think is how the name is pronounced. So Trump calls into the press conference. And they asked him who he would want to get into the ring with And here is what Trump had to say. If you have to box somebody.

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"dory" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:57 min | 1 year ago

"dory" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Of the news. This is Dory's fastest 15. It's the world of those in a tidy little 15 minute package just for you. Welcome to our fastest 15. That's disappointing about the Gonzaga coach and his d U I mark few had a 0.1 to 1.5 times the legal limits. Driving near Cord Lane. He was driving all over the road and speeding very disappointing, especially when you are the head of a program of young men. You should be setting the example for everybody who's underneath you. He is undeniably one of the greatest college coaches in the country. What is built is absolutely phenomenal. But she is very disappointing that Mark you pulled a d u I last night or alleged dy. I guess we should say, all right, let's get into the fastest 15 here. A world of news Italian little 15 minute package. So Joe Biden did a lot of speaking yesterday. And we found out that he's just he's really having problem. He's having an awful lot of trouble just making any sense at all these days, and this is very scary. I mean, he got 13 Americans. The bravest among US service members. He had 13 Americans blown up in Afghanistan through sheer incompetence as commander in chief, pulling out all of the troops before we got out all of the Americans, we have hundreds of Americans trapped behind enemy lines right now, and Joe Biden. He doesn't even know what's going on. He has absolutely no clue what's going on in his life and in this world, and it's very, very scary to watch and when he was speaking yesterday on a variety of topics. One of the things that we noticed is, uh, he just Doesn't know where he is. He couldn't remember the name of a congresswoman. People flanking him. Like Chuck Schumer tried to remind him of the name Joe tries to cover it up. But then just listen. This is about four clips together as he was talking yesterday, not about Afghanistan, not about American hostages, but he was talking about climate change. That's the issue where he feels like he can distract everybody from what an absolutely dismal job he is doing as President Group I have standing with May led by Chuck Schumer. And you're Congresswoman, Is this your district car? Grace Meng. Oh, it's crazy. It's just and and have zero.

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How Ethical Food Choices Shape Our Options

The Future of X

02:10 min | 1 year ago

How Ethical Food Choices Shape Our Options

"Animal rights activism heated up in the nineteen sixties and. It remains a hot topic when it comes to food ethics but questions about how livestock are treated and slaughtered have been around since the beginning of time. So do we ever have the right to take an animal's life. I actually cringe every time. I hear someone says. What's the protein choice for today. You mean what animal are. We going to kill an today. That's nasr dory executive director of the national family farm coalition. Our food system has led us down this really ugly dark alley where we don't care if the pigs are terrified entering Slaughterhouse and treated in such ways when they're alive that we wouldn't want any living being to be treated niyada's far from alone scholars like andrew signal. Tackle the issue in the classroom. He's a professor of philosophy and religion at princeton. an editor of the book. Philosophy comes to dinner arguments about the ethics of eating andrew identifies as a flexible vegan. It was the ethical treatment of animals that led him to believe he could be happy eating meat on occasion. I tend to be mostly vegan or plant forward. As i said but i've even encountered farms up in new jersey where the animals are treated better than i have ever seen. No the bulls do have the summer of love followed by a one very bad day at the slaughterhouse. But you know we all have won at least one very bad day facing us at the end of our lives so i can't we all eat. Animals that are treated humanely simply put. It is expensive. Happy cows and pigs cost more than factory farm meat. Not everyone can afford to consider ethics when it comes to filling their shopping carts or their plates. This has ethical implications if we are having some limitations based on where we live our zip code. Color of our skin are income level. Our class right there were hitting at the heart of what is unethical

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Is the Future of Online Poker Doomed?

Postflop Poker Podcast

02:31 min | 1 year ago

Is the Future of Online Poker Doomed?

"Talking about the future of I know we probably a little about it during the last episode ben but I noticed you start this this chapter off with a potentially controversial line the future of online poker as we know it is doomed. Yeah shall we discuss sanchez. So so yeah is controversial. Because i think that plenty possibly the majority of people out there seemed to think that You know online pokes in really healthy place. Right now And you know the numbers era eappen. Everything's looking hunky dory But you know. I just i think the the the rise of a i and The the fact that the people using realtime assistance which is destroying the game I think that this is going to rise and rise and rice and the details on c. detection methods are limited To to the point where. I think eventually You know where we're gonna we're gonna face a demise of online poker as we know it and that's my opinion. What do you think love go. Well i think we need to introduce facial some sort of facial recognition to start with. So you have to play with a webcam To you probably need to enter in your Call vacs passport. But it'd be like a polka passport. Where you all have a unique playing number Yeah something like that. Well like facial recognition software idea. I think i think like you know a unto detection in the room and all about so thing would work It's just is it feasible for the mass market But yeah i mean you could. You could be forced to webcam on still not gonna stop. You can't stop someone flicking. There is across to another screen linked to another pizza Nikon stop them typing out outside of the the of the camera I i think that it's practically very very difficult to prevent cheating from taking

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Britney Spears Apologizes for Pretending to Be Okay

Daily Pop

01:56 min | 1 year ago

Britney Spears Apologizes for Pretending to Be Okay

"We're gonna have heavy show today because we're talking about this britney spears thing. She posted a brand new posts on. I g and she admits she made everything seemed like she was living a fairy tale life on instagram. When her life was anything but pervert she apologizes for pretending. Like i've been okay the past two years. I did it because of my pride. And i was embarrassed to share what happened to me but honestly who doesn't want to capture their instagram enough light. Do you guys understand why britney it seem like she was hunky dory impeaching absolutely. I think exactly what she just said. I feel like instrument first of all. This is like the debate about instagram. Right it's like how authentic is it. How real is everybody is what people showing. You is that authentic. I just feel like it's one of those things where you need to find a happy balance. And i think britney was going through stuff that none of us can even imagine in our wildest dreams and i think that was probably an escape for her to be able to just dance and put up some fun videos and not constantly reminded about the reality that she has been living in thirteen years percents. You probably did feel like people are not gonna believe me well and i feel like it's a weird litmus test that we have to go back in and say oh she's well. She's acted this way on instagram. As if that's like indu into everyone's lives no. Nobody really knows what goes on behind grams per one hundred but its survival like we all do. We are all surviving doing the pandemic hundred percent. I look at some of these celebrities who were posting just a while ago father's day you know best ad in the world love you. I guess you don't know he's not you just want to make sure that fifteen hundred dollars a month gets deposited and he keeps a cool. Yeah we all do it. We never i mean look at my job. Sometimes it's a headache and a half but on instagram. I love my job all the

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Skinfix Resurface+ AHA Renewing Body Cream: Worth the Buy?

Forever35

02:05 min | 1 year ago

Skinfix Resurface+ AHA Renewing Body Cream: Worth the Buy?

"Here's the deal. I am really liking. the skin. fixed resurface plus ha renewing body cream a long product title. It's a mouthful. They really wanted to jam everything in there. They were like we just call it the renewing body cream. Make sure everyone knows it has. Aj well wait. What about the resurfacing. Put that into a week. But we have to say plus has to be plus. Wow i don't know a strongly about you. Have some notes on the name of the product. What i'm just saying. It's a mouthful okay as long. It is a lot to remember. Like if i go into a store. I i'm going to be like i want that. Skin fix body stuff looking to remember resurfaced plus ha renewing body cream. Okay skin fixed. Take note dory's thoughts. What and i say this with love. Because i really love the product yet. You know this has become a favourite brand of mine in the last year. I've found their face cream in it. Like their triple lipid face cream and it changed everything for me. Changed the game to be very Focused like they don't they don't have like a million products in their product line You know what i mean like. They're very focused. It's kind of no frills. It's not super cheap. But it's not exorbitant. Kind of like a mid a mid range safaris brand. If you will now. I will say that this particular resurface plus ha renewing body. Cream is a little bit more than i would normally spend on a body cream. It's forty five dollars for a ten ounce jar and that price does give me pause but here's the thing as we have discussed recently. I believe you brought this up. Why do we not want to spend as much on our bodies as we do on our

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Giving up Is Not an Option When Fighting for Conservatism

The Dan Bongino Show

01:03 min | 1 year ago

Giving up Is Not an Option When Fighting for Conservatism

"For your country is not a golf game. It's a boxing match with no ref and locked cage. You can't give up because when you give up the other guy is still beating the crap out of you. And it hurts. There is no giving up. You don't you got to understand That's not an option. The 2020 election. Believe me left a stain on me. I I still can't get out. It was nothing like watching that that night and seeing the massive vote totals disappear. Seeing these rule changes at the last minute. No one's going to tell me everything was hunky dory in 23. You're not going to tell me you're not going to pressure me into saying that either because I genuinely don't care what you think. But it's not an excuse to say I'm walking away. It doesn't matter. It does matter, don't you? You have kids. You have grandkids. We owe them that. Yeah.

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We're Testing Out Vintner's Daughter Products So You Don't Have To

Forever35

02:36 min | 1 year ago

We're Testing Out Vintner's Daughter Products So You Don't Have To

"If i used my face as an experiment and i did a thirty day. Vintner's daughter challenge where i only used. Let me say this with a caveat. I'm going to kind of build out. A smaller skin-care richmond. But i just thought why. Don't i just use these two products on my face after cleansing and see what happens. So that would be their active treatment essence and then they're active botanical serum and then. After thirty days. I would report back on. What if anything had happened now. We're not doing this in conjunction with them. They don't know they don't know about this. I feel like. I've pitched something like this to myself before but i've never followed through but evan i i have right. I love the idea of pitching something to yourself for kate. Here's an idea. But i think i've even said this on this here podcast but like i was just looking at the products. You know. it's to products. So i was like i could really. I could scale down to a cleanser. This active botanical Excuse me there. And their serum and just see what that's like to live thirty days with like three steps and then of course sunscreen with the caveat that i am probably going to want to exfoliating once a week and also have an extra moisturizer on hand in case i feel like the serum is not enough so i have embarked on this journey today dory And i started this morning. A and i'll everything's changed. My face is completely different. Wow i'm a new one. No everything is citing my face. My skin feels amazing. I'm probably going to keep a couple cleansers on hand to depending on how my skin feeling. But i i was really thinking like i m fifty out. My medicine cabinet my overflowing with products. Look a blessing from a blessing from doing the show. But so yeah. So i was gonna i was gonna give that a go They're vintner's daughter. Describes their active treatment essence as a hydrating formula that delivers radiance and renewal to all skin. So i've started that today.

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Bryan Doerries' 'Theater of War' Activates an Old Alchemy for Our Young Century

On Being with Krista Tippett

01:21 min | 1 year ago

Bryan Doerries' 'Theater of War' Activates an Old Alchemy for Our Young Century

"Remember brian. Dory's likes to say in both physical and virtual gatherings you are not alone in this room and you are not alone across time. He is activating an old alchemy. For our young century ancient stories and texts that have stood. The test of time can be portals to honest and dignified grappling with president wounds and longings and callings that we aren't able to muster in our official places now performance of his public health project theater of war have been some of the most generative and repeatedly surprisingly joyful experiences of my pandemic year. This adventure began in two thousand eight at first bringing. Greek tragedies into many modern amphitheatres were trauma is present military bases and hospitals prisons even guantanamo bay. It expanded out from their offering sophocles and shakespeare and the book of job as crucibles for details and moving forward with the particular dramas of our time from caregiving and addiction and partner violence to the hidden wounds of war and open political fracture. Great actors have joined this company from bill. Murray to moses. Ingram from francis mcdormand to jeffrey

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Help! My Face is Aging Asymmetrically

Forever35

02:31 min | 1 year ago

Help! My Face is Aging Asymmetrically

"Hi can door love the pod. I'm writing because i'm territory manager for about four years and spend a lot of time in my car driving between many locations like many of us dudakovic. I had not seen photos of myself in quite some time until this weekend in the photo i notice the left side of my face. Driver's side is starting to droop. Slash age more quicker than my right side and it was very noticeable to me. Compared to photos pre covid been working out in the field during this pandemic. I do wear sunscreen. Every day in the summer. I will admit i need to be better during winter. But i'm curious if you have any advice or product rex when only one side slash part of your face slash body is aging faster than the rest realistically. I will be in this job real for at least another few years and only thirty years old any advice would be appreciated. Hope you have a great week. Okay so dory. What are your thoughts. Well i have noticed that. I have more Freckles slash age spots on the left side of my face. ama- driver's side. Yes i am. Also someone who wear sunscreen religiously. But i have noticed this and i'm assuming that that is the cause okay so i had a couple of thoughts one is you said droopy and i wasn't totally sure what you meant but it also made me wonder. Are you sleeping on that side. Because i'd be curious to hear what happens when you start sleeping on your back which is hard if you're not a back sleeper. But it sounds like you might be aside sleeper on your left side. So i can cause the face vaccine caused the face drooping so it might not be just a car. That was my first thought. My second thought is wear sunscreen in the winter where all year round. Don't just wear it in the summer. It should be part of your morning. Skin care routine and you should reapply it throughout the day multiple times. A day ashley since you're in the car so much but don't keep it in the car because it's sensitive to heat. So keep it. In your bag and reapply it. Maybe maybe like every time you get out of the car and get back into the car. Maybe when you get back into the car. You're like okay. Reapply sunscreen keep a powder to power. That's a good idea because that you could keep the car presumably. Yes i like that kate.

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"dory" Discussed on Liminal Podcast

Liminal Podcast

06:14 min | 1 year ago

"dory" Discussed on Liminal Podcast

"Win on so. I was taking didn't take general for the delay by did have to take night so i might be taking somewhat fired. Just observations Little periods of downtown old the Screaming cool tim. There's a few periods of downtime. Meeting between said excites tortured. Take notes on fire and at the end of it will win over back to checking yards there. Some big stay still. There's just no way to remember that this is no way yet. Definitely that in in the moment is this. is powerful. The powerful told comes to I've just had an idea and you don't have to say yesterday but would would it be possible for you to read us an exit from the book. The book is is basically speci- get divided into two box office disease chima behind it height saying miami stuff's funding still got round to come for that but the idea was to inject catering book by the that seems to be well received by by rita's so that part of it in any of pies the reflective very. We've we've covered quite a lot of this conversation This is about a letter or right too much out. A few days be full. I'm what i did is very to as alexa Story so i needed to get in. Did with some some of the book. So let's address Couple that went off so this is talked about a couple of lessons always to pause. If offer lessons the full length legend life. So i could read a community couple of of europe for ask front. This is about fighter. File one failure in life can teach them about yourself from the wealth in three times scoring sitting behind a desk natural white. Vote afraid to fail. outside your comfort zone often learn from it and then flannigan into different way found often enough. Something eventually usa. Fake linked to failures rejection known Could enough upon for job for based on the tape. Take great pride in every single one of your rejections because it means you have the courage front projection actually with a night but rejection and enjoyed it. You must fall in love with the word night off through you. Spend it off talking about and then they'll be though the next check to obey tonight some sobriety incident where the few cbs's dropped a couple crossing right or something they does. He does divvy up twain so serious. I guess the fact that you have been so roar and honest means that this is probably a book that you're not going to be out of share with your child for a few years stanley when they when they can. I learned to read you. Probably not wanting them read the eib homes in that way the same spaces spot the dog and got spit up. I mean i. I am no way. Nay the point of having kids. I mean i say that now. I'm probably going to something's going to happen now. I think you've certainly given austin insight into the journey that you've been on their import that necessarily in importance but the power i guess so the potential of journaling and how it can transform a situation mike the the one that you've been three journaling before this all happened or was says something that i guess has been an impact on your life The the last few years at least would you say that. It's i mean. I guess you've already said that. It's something that you recommend to others but certainly i guess i guess what i'm trying to say is you've definitely shown me that the power of generally the importance of journaling made me consider trying it again. So thank you for about certainly but is there. Maybe something more that you could say on lessons. That you've learned through journaling outside of the the parenting side of things hard. He got this what he every human being guys they. They've got worry about money. They worry about their a one of the in life. They've got people around the cost. The chief competing priorities. That may decide to date any given moment difficult is i think. Sometimes it's very hard to focus on one thing at one time when you go over the input community that those are just external sources. If you think about your own mind is it will. You've got different areas emotions of one thing. You've go look different areas of the brain competing for your attention again which make it very difficult to fix the one thing checking yourself. I just basically stay flight. Genuine helps get for the noise. It helps cop fruit. Fruit order that input Enjoyed to simplify in a way a said that you can get through our vide feel pretty positive about la because if you can do that like i say i stopped with the moon if you can get through the morning in a good place mentally and emotionally making get for the next couple of hours of the day. If you can get you get to the end of the day maybe have a good time. Maybe you have a good day and you feel like you've been out to address over important areas in your life and if you can do that then why don't tamari and you get right everyday. I've she dies. It's where i get pissed off and angry show but are not on level content by taking such function of out pay attention to who different areas of my life. They're important to me but been out today. That from nevada out to create a system enables me to systematically work potential as experts model of wastage. You just prestatyn. It doesn't say that stuff's when it is easy to become overwhelmed by the input in life. It's easy to get distracted. And then before you.

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"dory" Discussed on Liminal Podcast

Liminal Podcast

07:53 min | 1 year ago

"dory" Discussed on Liminal Podcast

"Him. I thought about that a lot. I have no idea what that looks like. I really few scenarios all free. My head was will age wage. Are they going to say. What was that seventy copies of the which denounce One say unsuccessful reuter by identify age. That say died so young like to know a day for that one. The the other thing. I sold about was of books about mike trojan before the adults in before they can make their decisions. They want to be happy about that. So i thought about it from from that angle again. i. I didn't really know who's also gesture was trying to think of. This could happen or might happen. is decided. It feels like to me through the. I'm doing for the best of intentions a window for single that ryan doesn't impact them negatively. Come guests so so. This is a tough one a wobble point digital dilemma. I think although it's about them. I think probably more of as about your fault process. And how your feeling about the situation. Rob ya behavioral things. That happened with that. Maybe when they're younger into that it is more your understanding and your sharing your shares with the parents. So i think they would view as more a book about you about you rather than them that make sense. Let's hope so. Yeah i think sorry. But again is it's been guesswork. You'd like to thing is would take away but when we don't do you feel like it could potentially act as a a way to deepen your relationship with them in a in a sense because i think back to my childhood i can't remember most of it certainly the early years while you're out to right now. I guess i'd be quite interested to read the journals of my parents for those few years. Maybe not but it could be a way to rediscover some good memories and to know about my childhood whereas you know. That's not really something that i don't know about you but icon radio. Remember much before the age of maybe four three four something like that. I feel more to do with that state of being human though more than anything you do. Remember things that at that age. But that's what i mean. I think being able to i guess. Learn about that side of my life rather than just my parents going. Oh yeah you were lovely kid. Or whatever actually having the day today chronicle of gordon chateau over hello the other day renewing knowing or something like that like i felt like i'd find that quite funny it will be a way to bond with my parents potentially hopefully. Yeah i guess we're talking in theory and probably not something that you're gonna know about for a few years yet so i guess it's just something to think about in a way but yeah i'm sure some people asking company on the outset. Something i thinking about roy until they can start. Remember the memories that fast something of go in back of my mind. And also i think can say. We went for a long time but by the time they're older ought change convicted individual. So be interesting. I think for them to see what. I was like at this point in time when they're young so i think that would be very interested. I need to wipe our guests one of the reasons. Why continue to continue to publish the Everyone judge actions is a form of a is generally it forces me to continually reflect on a day by day basis will actions while. I'm doing some things so i think that that's a bit of safety blanket ready because i have to be to be ready Is white by me during this goes out to the public and this seventy eight year. Everyone's go their opinions on how you should do things. No one's come off to be ready with day dory but i have a feeling that the subsequent books when Send choices made. I think some people might have something to say there was doing during that is is is a safety blanket. 'cause unforced to address while i'm doing some things h day for my children. I don't think that. I think hopefully it makes me more aware parrot. If it's not one yeah and even issue documents and things are amazing. You make the wrong decision or your approach situation. In the way that is the very nature parenting you have never been arab before the only thing you can do is when you kid your parents. But you're a kit. See when ready looking to how they handle situations you bubba whether you can give you a chance also now a new running up so i think you showing that ability in opening up foul the way you think about situations decision making i think not has lost away in my opinion and whether you get criticism for that on all i feel like there is. The parents will always look to be the perfect parent and make mistakes and approach every situation with complete clarity and always made that decision. But that's not the way it works so so my experience. I mean. definitely say that from what you said journaling in itself makes you like you said reflect on your decisions every day gives you a chance to look back on on things. I mean how. What was time that you read the first book and you kind of look through that. I'm i'm obviously must have gone through a lot while you're editing whether points where you like. Did i really do that. Like why did i do that. All over Has it been a continual process fee. Bif- the might mun Reflection payments which which it is not a still have very busy my very hectic trying a recording this twenty seven january so outside of a day job upon the job at that job on trying to promote it. Ori a just finish the rewrite food to kind of white in the draft of the that book constantly dipping in I haven't had time to sit down and read the story again thinking just before the f. you got all these thoughts in-necessarily linger on them too much Pretty example bush monroe above us doesn't natural Over these things could happen. Econ police Help just briefly walk if things when radio so that. That's that's a good way. That would stay with me. Forever would have blamed that out thinking the time nor writes it down remember. Thinking is is focusing on the negatives but this offense Actually this wet fremont blind so that is good example of where put down page catches that. It's probably something i mean. The pregnancy libraries is is heavy is is is one one big blood Labor went on for three days shoes in hospital Seven days in.

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"dory" Discussed on Liminal Podcast

Liminal Podcast

06:29 min | 1 year ago

"dory" Discussed on Liminal Podcast

"It got a little bit easier And then each rewrite subsequently go better this time round this time around has been easier. I'd like to think because of the experience Out to rise from the style but it is brought in avoidance. Hard work is amazing. How much work has to gain zor making something like it just a few pages to make things read easy for a paper. This is todd interesting. That i've actually started at journaling have never ever done it before my life. I've done it every night for at least ten minutes and i do not properly kind of self analyze it and make sure everything's grammatically correct and if i was reading back it's going to be perfect but what i what i've found is i will start to flow a little bit more and actually is we've therapy exercise without realizing it. And you detaching yourself from the situation you're almost making yourself like a subject a away. All the situation subjects and almost releasing this would ferry abusive way an never seen the value for it and people described it said that this is the benefit and who you actually do. I eleven really understand nothing. The win when you gerald you yourself in person i think i wanna do in in the way that i'm thinking that day because the way i can think about myself could kind of sometime diffa and the way i think about situations sometime differ why we're literally just kind of right out however really. I'm but it tends to be more invest fast. Actually i would say but it kinda caged thep patterson. Because i've heard if he if you use a third passan it like a sneaky psychological toll to get you to spit out more of the page. Perhaps you would. If you're watching a fast fast. Said always wanted said of a people to judge them understand that when is addressed to the unborn child Dory on the fed party trick where y- spit out a lot more on the page most of on estate. That's interesting yes. My hit encourage people gentle about it to anyone every everyday with the benefits but suppose like i think for men in particular. I think we so often will package of move on setting instinctively. We are a bit more like that will analyze. Things will go yet. I'm going to remember that. I learned that lesson on we've vaughn. I'm but actually out pussy. Information is the way that you can actually just kind of breezy train your brain and refresh information and just getting our in kind of practices. Bit like note taking in you have to make an exercise. It's not an exercise. You're not gonna learn value and in the knowledge that you picking up your As somebody who has tried to journal in past. I did it a little bit when i was a teenager and then. I've tried more recently to do that. But i've never been able to get into a rhythm of doing a of never been out to actually stick to the routine but who's i've always struggled to. I think know how to structure and know what's a down. Maybe i'm just being too self critical thinking too much about or thinking that it needs to be this perfect thing that i turned into a book. But everybody does that. Present company excluded. What tips would you give to me and bank. Maybe anyone listening never tried journaling. Ores flighted with in the past but never been able to find that routine. Okay i'll give you a few examples sometimes more january is nothing more than a glorified studious says. The that's the best thing to say he's up. I think people have this a think journaling which is poured out your thoughts every day. It doesn't have to be it. Doesn't eat enough to pages and pages examining so of promotional outputs and things that some sometimes moi journal has three pharmacies day in order priroty else. Restatement trucks helped me navigate my day and that what i need it today. S that's brilliant. 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"dory" Discussed on Liminal Podcast

Liminal Podcast

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"dory" Discussed on Liminal Podcast

"We have roadmap with coming out of this goddamn mess. Well yeah we all. But i take everything that mr boris johnson says with a very large teaspoon of so so yes we are on the road to coming out of this supposedly but i will eat my hat if every single one of those dates that he announced actually happens when he said it would think that's a wise way to look at it is kind best case scenario and if the last year towards anything so many of those so keep that mindset. I think yeah absolutely about regardless of any of these announcements that boris has been making. We still have a very exciting show for you today. So this week we are chatting to the author of did dorey journal of soon be first time dot and our guest today wrote this journal as a almost like a a message to his unborn. Child is an unfiltered irreverently. Funny honest heartfelt account of one man's journey to fatherhood as he contemplates his new identity as a daddy. I'm prepares for the responsibility of a lifetime. And we've got something very exciting connected to this week's guest the choice gonna talk to us about now. Yes if you sign while mainly list we're going to give away a free. E book audiobook version of the dory as well as that if you share the episode on social media. We're also going to be way. Signed copy will announce those winners at the end of.

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Radicle: The Decentralized Platform for Code Collaboration

Epicenter

04:33 min | 1 year ago

Radicle: The Decentralized Platform for Code Collaboration

"So united site air like what what is radical. What's division you guys. Have pursuing a radicalization. You kind of code collaboration network on this Designed with certain golden mine It's designed to be through sobering Infrastructure behind the scene It's also designed with security in mind and then finally it brings together a concepts like centralisation value flows. Things things that we see you locked in the in the in the blogs eco-system it brings some of those closer to the gulf collaboration experience. And maybe just to kind of wrapper heads around a little bit like why. Why is it important to have code. Collaboration done in alway decentralized way what's wrong with the existing waste of done we. We see a number of problems with ash centralized our code. Collaboration providers on the biggest problem topic right now in the world is the problem of user perfect censorship unfortunately most of the existing centralized providers basically have to limit usage to certain areas. Like you know. Iran crema like no. There are a number of places in the world so so when we thinking about open shores being through the open you immediately start to realize that they're all of these different arbitrary wolves come into play and that limit basically the openness of the of water infrastructure though so that's the first problem additionally many of these centralized forces have not been designed with security in mind you know we can zoom in on that quite look but the example that was give as a a few months ago. There was Significant hike on twitter. Where some of the most Most high-profile on accounts were compromised. And then i think the your which basically tweeting some kind of bitcoin like send me coincide with link So imagine you know similar attacks on your code. Collaboration infrastructure where someone put index something. You know very significant go based end. You know you as the maintain the tragic. Potentially you wouldn't even be able to notice Simply because a lot of our commissioner have on top i signed for example and then additionally you have like like when we're looking at the centralized forges. There are a number of attacks of being pulled off on the on the source of large fraction. Only on the code side of things associate cure are good collaboration. Distribution of code basis we think that the fundamental problem with centralized infrastructure osso centers one security second and then additionally. You have a number of other problems like than they're looking on. Most of these a lot firms today provide they speak get so they actually operate based on an open protocol but they haven't near the number of things around those the most common being. I'm social collaboration in this. Obviously you know are looked into their own to to their own platforms. These are the three things that we believe are really relevant for for everyone and then additionally you have a number of problems that actually are are specific tuesday decentralized world so at the decentralized world especially last year a lot of we show we show the emergence of dollars right. These are these are groups of people that actually go through the process of coordination. And you know the pain of coordination many times to actually align incentives. And what happens there. Is that actually like when they They all of them. Usually you know have some kind of go. Drip dory like where where the code Most of these things are today on Hub in virtually there. They actually they have to go through the classic abdomen flow of of some of the centralized providers where it doesn't matter if you are. It doesn't matter if you have all of these very sophisticated coordination schemes. You need the one adamant that actually will have overarching powered over over the such of the code base. Or you might like you can have multiple wants but actually many ways this even worse given the and everyone over them now has has a little over. the community. allows there's allows up decentralized organization decentralized obligations to control software trust listening which we thing is a relevant point for

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