23 Burst results for "Doty"
"doty" Discussed on The Reigny Day Podcast | Ontario Reign
"To get news and I just think that you can help drive the game in this country it would. Maybe, we'll give you that also did they do that so hard to find college hockey news yeah. Like just to find the rankings like like you have to go to specific sites about. College hockey like I've. Working in the industry I knew I look college hockey stats when looking at prospects and stuff and it, it isn't easy necessarily to find the information about the players without going to the team site or one of these specialized sites that. Like I'd only go to that. Maybe. It's a fool's hope to the NHL will ever be more popular in this country in the NBA, but it's a better sport. It's a better leagues such as my. The. That's my hockey died after today I'd just something I'm thinking about I needed to get off my chest hopefully you'll humor me well, the Guy who? Who rejoined the rain blame Byron we also talked and we're going to talk to him next week. So be sure to tune in to the next rainy day podcast next week. Thanks again a Jacob Doty. Zach enjoy the rest of the qualifying round. By the time we speak again, we'll be in the first round of the Stanley Cup playoffs and that's pretty exciting I. Guess, they'll put play offs down on the ice and that's the only thing that's annoyed me about the game presentation just says Stanley Cup and there's nothing else on the ice where it should Stanley Cup playoffs. So wait new unveil it adds right that you know that they just put that down. The other thing is they're just ready to put it right around. Waiting to do that in both of those venues. All right. Enjoy the rest of your week. We'll talk to you next week and we'll talk to Blaine Byron have a good one..
"doty" Discussed on The Reigny Day Podcast | Ontario Reign
"Again being Montana huge hockey stater Not, China coffee. So seeing those communities beaten. So hockey wild school. You go to the W. H. L. At sixteen and at what point in your career there did you start to think like you know what? Maybe? I, could become a professional hockey player. Honestly. The whole thing. Kind of copy by surprise and that that might sound reared to say, but I I. Guess I went to Nhl Camp in Florida as eighteen year old even then I mean I wasn't. I don't think he was on my radar at least sign NHL contract wasn't on my radar I. Knew I probably could've played on play each Alpha WanNa, tour do that, and then the same thing as a twenty year old went to Saint Louis I went and played in a rookie term traverse city. Had, good games couple good fights in ended up making the. In, signing a contract out of in camping. I Tell Tyrone S.'s like. Going into that twenty year old season I wasn't sure if I was GONNA make medicine hat as a twenty year old. You can only have three twenty year olds we at seven at the time so I wasn't sure. That I was going to stay there I thought I was maybe GonNa get traded and have to battle for another twenty spa somewhere else. Playing junior year, cross my mind like close or own. And then when I. Going into that season. I thought honestly is GonNa take by whol scholarship. Stone University. Procure Siamese contract was on my radar augments it all just happened like that. Here, we are seven years later what do you think you'd be doing right now if you? NO CLUE NO IDEA I honestly couldn't give you the first close to what I be doing now, plan big mind. No. So. Anyway let's let's keep moving forward. Time your first season because you're in Alaska which that Fairbanks Aces within fairbanks a Anchorage Unit Their Anchorage. Okay reason I thought they were in. Alaska Anchorage. Has the to ask goes in Fairbanks in they have Anchorage Fairbanks will jerseys green in..
"doty" Discussed on The Reigny Day Podcast | Ontario Reign
"Yeah definitely you know everything happened so fast for me last year. I think, I signed the PTO to come accounts maybe two or three weeks before training camp is all. Omnion ended up sticking standard all year, which was nice. But. It was nice kind of for me to. Show myself that I could play again I kind of. Look my elite prospects or DB or whatever was over new K. for. Parts two years in the ocean, it can't up. Accepted myself as being go sky saw on, you know what I came into camp by. Camping ended up staying all year, which was nice and. Happy to do that and obviously be back So let me derail this real quick before we get into wrestling I. GotTa would you rather for you? Do you watch TV? TV. Big TV. Some silent. I have been getting into TV quite a bit with this APP myself. I. Watch watching the West Wing. I. Don't know if you've ever seen that one. Good good. It's older got. It like White House vase away as and there's one episode where the guys make a bet like throwing rocks into a barrel and whoever loses for the rest of the day every time he introduces himself to anyone that he meets. If he says his name he has to say. Volunteer with I work I work at the White House like he has to say that he has to say, so it gave me half. Would you rather that I'm GonNa give to you now and Zach I'm going to switch it up for you, but you will be able to answer. So for the rest.
"doty" Discussed on The Reigny Day Podcast | Ontario Reign
"It was very strange. Finally, the only other thing we can talk about it who knows Zach I don't I think we'll put this out before either of these series are done but just in case we don't sorry there is a very strong. that. If the Chicago Mantra goes out there series of there's going to be twenty five percent chance that either the oilers or the penguins have diverse over pack and you know what we knew that going into it we knew there wasn't a perfect way to do it. It just kind of funny that that's what we talked about like this could happen and that could very well be how it turns out. Of course, that's how it goes. Two of the more interesting series to watch to Chicago Edmonton series teams that don't seem to have much interest in playing defense. Either team has a goalie that among the league's elites at this stage but that series has been so much fun to watch them just play like this free flowing style. It's such the opposite of like Hardcore playoff, hockey, kind of series that you normally wouldn't see two teams. Do Well, enough in the regular season to where to the point where they could play in the playoffs usually might see them. You know an opposite sides like one point, a series of but to get to teams that in this series has been so much fun and you could really throw Chicago into that boat. Chicago could get could be either Edmonton or Chicago could be in the conversation to get that pick and Pittsburgh falls than. It can be there to dad another. Number one pick to that that stable. So before we talk to Jacob, don't hear hear from anyone who's impressed you any teams it? You're like I didn't really know going in and now all of a sudden I'm I'm on the bandwagon. Thought Actually I'll let you think about it and I'll start I was on the fence about him. But I think Calgary has a very solid club and if they get goaltending there, they have the leadership I think I think Calgary has the best chance to win Annetta many Canadian team that's what I I was I was looking at that series and I've always liked Winnipeg and. I feel like it's tough right now to gauge the flames because Winnipeg lost their number one center, who is probably a top ten ish center in the entire league and they lost another forty gold winger in line. So you take two top six forward that of a team that probably doesn't have natural fillon below and a Calgary team that's fully loaded and it's maybe hard to. Fully compare them but I mean Calgary Calgary's is a good team like definitely have been the better team in.
"doty" Discussed on The Reigny Day Podcast | Ontario Reign
"Official members. If you count Nick Halloran college free agent signed earlier in the off season. One from two to four earlier in the week, doubled our total Jacob dody and blamed Byron excited have both of those guys back different contributors on the rain side. But both guys who had different qualities that were valued by the organization. It's good to see both of them going to be back in a rain sweater. Really Hope you enjoy the interview with Jake doty. Later on he was a pleasure doctor is excited to come on He's a guy who's fun to. Watch. But he's a guy. You really hope like let's say that he's a a seventy clare right like a for a video game writing if he were seventy five like if he can just make that one little jump from last year, he would be nightmare of a player to play against in this league. He'd be third line fourth line guy who just eats up minutes it makes you hey, every time you go to play the pock if he can just up that skating. That skill game a little bit. He's going to be a nightmare what I really liked about interview with oats is he? That's the level that he's at say he's seventy. He's a guy who's the fourteenth forward on most nights playing every third night. Any recognized like my goal isn't to know just go from that guy to like a first line or you just want to be in the lineup every night a keys. Where he's at, he appreciates being in the American hockey, league and he's a guy that you definitely root for to be able to make that jump because he brings something that no one else brings. He has a skill set different than what other guys have. You know you've got great habits off the is a great team mate and he's a guy that you just you want back you want him in the room and it's exciting that you know he's able to get another H. L. deal use a pleasure to talk to. He's got great hands. But before we get to that. I have been watching hockey incessantly Zach I feel like I am reborn into my hockey fan like I'm watching every game because we're working from home so I've got every game on the weekend I just sit there and watch all the Games. It's I don't know what it is about the no fans and the wit the NHL hit the nail on the head with whatever they however they set this up..
"doty" Discussed on Matt D’Elia Is Confused
"We all move forward together and that is what Dan is helping men do. Oh Tie that in together super nicely So now without any further delay here is my conversation about men. Men around men men around women women all things men with Dan doty of every man. I hope you guys enjoyed as much as I enjoyed having it The Dan Doty here on Mattielo is confused. Thank you Dan for for common Down in doing this with us us in per. I don't always get to have guests in person. I was just saying some decided about that but yeah thanks for coming down man super welcome. I'm excited cool. So obviously obviously I think the place to start is every man and why don't you tell us what that is. We have a frame for it and we can just dive right in. Yeah all right so yeah. Every man is an organization. Were three years old almost to the day. All right now It is designed the purpose of every man is to highlight Some basic I guess maladaptive or I'd say painful painful traits that guys tend to have and Offer a place to work with them and so those traits are first of all. Just repressing what we feel. Sure suppressing what we feel is scientifically like clearly shown. Just not to fucking work. It's not a very good thing. Ah so that and then The second one's isolation and thinking that you know you're all alone on your own so those two things are kind of isolated related as problems right problems that lead to a lot of other things in the world and so every man offers community in in an opportunity so it's education it's like a basic crash course in feeling what you fucking feel And being able to express yourself honestly yeah and The result of doing that is Is the answer to that second. That isolation is do that which which is you know you could call it controversial or uncomfortable or New Age you whatever whatever label you could come up with. What actually happens when you just sort of? Cut The shit a little bit. Yeah yeah connect land. They build meaningful relationships fast So we we wilderness expeditions. We do weekend retreats. We help guys set up practice groups in their communities and online programs. Got A podcast. It's a bunch of offerings right right. Okay so yeah the only three years that's pretty knew. How did you get like how did you come into this? Because I feel like this is something that's on people's minds quite a bit whether man or or woman yeah no Any kind of relationship thing I it sort of this kind of the the medically it's resonant for men and women kind of thing we hear about a lot. How did you get into being someone who is I? Don't WanNa say solve it addressing. Yeah so there's a long story door that has to do with my childhood and where I grew up all that shit. I'll cut that out for now because it gives context but it's not the big deal right when I graduated college. I was just full of vinegar and and I was traveling abroad a lot. It was living in South America living in Central America writing novels. Kind of just like you know having a fucking can good old time and and I was living in Panama and I needed a job because it ran out of money and my girlfriend at the time we figured we could move to Park in the mountains in Utah where her cousin have drawn anyway. All this shit I go on craigslist and I find a job ad for a wilderness. Therapy guide to job. Didn't know what it was. I was like reading three word words in a row that I'm like what the what the fuck is that right. Yeah and So so it was right for me and what I ended up doing a flew to Utah and I started Basically like a five year career of leading wilderness programs for struggling dudes young young so fourteen to nineteen. I worked with older young men twenty. Yeah Twenty twenty-five also but the These programs some Muslim were incarcerated. So kids who were sent away locked up okay so thugs and drug addicts and all kinds of Shit and some of them were private pay so oh got it. Basically rich kids yeah the coast who consent away right right And in a perfect job for me. It's weird but it was like I. I spent you know many hundreds of days out in the wilderness leading these groups young men and there was curriculum right. There was like What you could consider your personal growth curriculum? How to communicate how to get to know yourself set goals basically like self help for young men And I loved it and I found a calling and the sort of deeper thinker in me or the I don't even what you would know what you'd call it. But I started seeing patterns naturally right so I work with therapists. I work with these professionals and I I just I don't know I connected with the young man I got to just kind of be a big brother right and I started to learn sometimes knowing it sometimes not knowing it that My role as the guide was potentially very impactful right the therapist the therapist would come in. And say you're fucked up in this way I give you this thing. I'll give you this drug but I spent all day long with these dudes and and Just built relationships on the deepest level. I mean you. Spending like the longest spent in the woods at one time was like forty eight days right. Holy Shit Yeah A lot. Lot Of them were twenty one day program. Some of them were ten. But you just like You develop I develop the relationships with these guys in a very I guess is controlled and productive way right. The entire relationship was framed as supporting them as learned a lot. Man and I started really putting together when I started working a lot with fathers and sons. So these kids be sent away an their dad would fly in and they come in. I started to like observe and put things together like Holy Shit like I know this kid. I've I've been here for one hundred days and his dad waltz in all of a sudden like it all fuck and makes. Yeah Ah Shit is the things he's doing right and I just started seeing this This pattern of I mean these dads were good dudes dude. Reggie aren't bad dudes but They were not present. They weren't very empathetic I don't know Alan and there's a lot of different Camps of of psychology and some of it is once called systems theory and the ideas that family unit kind of plays out patterns patterns and oftentimes. These young men are just expressing some of the repression that the parents yeah dealing with. Yeah yeah and it's kind of an aside but working can with those kids. It lit a fire in me. It it's kind of pointed me on a path from my life My whole life. How long ago was were you doing that? I was like twenty three. I'm thirty seven fourteen. Okay so you've been doing this Kinda shit for a while really low. And every man SORTA is so patterns emerge because what I what I'm most most interested in. Is that the things that cause I've read up on every man seen some videos and I saw your tedtalk which was great and it seems like the time for doing having especially to have success with a program like yours. The time is now you know me me too and that kind of thing. It seems very present in people's minds. This idea that men there's something going on you know and and that is on the spectrum from everything from like buck man fuck all men you hear. Sometimes there's that sentiment out there for sure which I think obviously only makes things worse up to like the software thing which is like okay well. Something's shifting this maternity thing and classic maleness are kind of running up at odds with one another and I. I think what you're doing is kind of giving men who don't know they might know something's up either themselves author with their place in the world potential place in the world but they don't know where to go with it you know and I think that that is sort of to me like the crux of now what you're doing. It seems like something that men would jump at. So you're saying you've only been doing it three years I look at this accessorising and I think. Oh you're obviously you sleep on to something is working yeah. It's been a lot of fucking work. It's been scary honestly. Yeah but yeah. We're working globally. It's working right right. Yeah and what if you had to because I feel like there's a there's time even in my various points of my life because I grew up in sort of a weird I was totally a jock and Jock's was also an artist and was was doing art shit and ended up going into the arts but I still have that foot in this other arena of mail them almost and I it really is very different. And if you have friend groups that are sort of one classic group and then another. That's another classic group. They're not they don't go together. You're floating in and out and you're sort of able to see the differences and how how one type quote unquote type of Man. Yes and how another type of man acts and do you find that your I know you you cater to all all walks of life any kind of man obviously sign up for doing but are you finding that there's a there's a there's a kind of either quality or issue that men are running up against in this modern place and time. Now you're seeing most of yeah great question and I think all I by saying what I'm most proud of is that we're not drawing just liberal dudes from New York and right we're not like it's not people with funny pants and long hair like that's the bread. Yeah you think it might be the bread and butter but you're getting all kinds of guys. We really are. Yeah and so I I think the reason for that is some of the reason for that is in our approach approach. Right 'cause like as you shared you were able to be a part of different male or same here man. I was like the captain of the football team. I was in a heavy metal band. Right you know had was was into touchy feely shits all of it. I was for whatever reason. I just didn't feel too restricted right And I do want to share this little bit. So uh before I launched every man I kinda knew I had to do this kind of knew this was what I was supposed to wanted to do would do But I had a chunk of time Almost four and a half years where Right before I started every man I was the head of a hunting show. I was a producer director of a hunting show called meter ride and I live. I lived and worked in a very very classically although it was a a progressive hunting shirt entity right so it's about food and not about like a fucked up way of guns and killing right. It wasn't a celebration violence right. So yeah I.
Test Kitchen Manager Gaby Melian on Empanadas
"Welcome back to the PODCAST. Thank you so much excited. I'm you know what I am. I'm super hungry. I've never been so hungry for cast. I'm looking at these glistening crispy. Golden Brown empanadas is in the middle of the table. And I can get one you of course different once again tell you I. A couple of these have A little bit of sugar got like my grandmother used to put my like. I duNNo. She needed for us so it gives it an extra layer of sweetness and then I read a couple of a couple of people helped me through the ripple. Yeah that's the way you crimp it To show the Francis sometimes they do that depending on the field. Lean gene. You know when you go to the stores they have different ways of closing them. So you know if it's chicken and beef and cheese of whatever pressure beating one two the only one but now I'm talking about my mouth twelve. It's all right. That's what I told everyone. Adam wants to chew on the micro comment or no no. No I mean come on. Everyone does okay. You've done chew videos for us. WE WANNA one with Bradley. Only at your first video ever Dow one was my father's. There's time in front of a Combo being part of the video. Yes we'll read. What was that like? I was really nervous during seem nervous. No I know but I thought it was going to lose my voice Because when I get emotionally I lose my voice and you know the difference and I was just trying to talk and let's talk about that so brad is I'm GonNa say six foot four Gabby is what are you short of one. Actually my past five to what are you. What are you barefoot? Five five okay right. But I'm shrinking but thinking that we all are but brad does that thing where you kind of like spreads his his legs out and he kind of gets a low on the counter because you know can be the same kind of way was he. Did the video. Was it easier than you thought it would be in terms of doing doing it or it was fun I was. I was hard to follow him. You never know what to expect to him but it was fun and I feel like I I was able to talk about. The empanadas and people are super excited in Argentina that I actually was representing so I think it went. Well did you get it. Comments from people in Argentina. Oh yeah yeah from. I add From South America in general or over specially from Argentina. Some of them were like oh well in my town. We don't make them like these. Because inside Argentina. We have different types of bananas. We have like the ones from the north. They wants from the south of the center. That's where I'm from one side is so these are called for ten years because if you're born in one side is your potential from from the port of so you know we are very opinionated people you know I would Argentina's in general we are like. Yeah no I do it this way. Do it that way. Some people is because if you need like racing's or not and some people say oh these gusty and it has all leaves but for me Dania. Has You're going for the second one people aboard. He's having the second one. I make them kind of a small. So let's start with the ones on the plate now. which is the first video of you and Brad from his? It's alive series. This is a ground beef. EMPANADA beef typical tenure. You have raisins in Maher racing's or leaves on our lips the ground beef of obviously grabbers on yawns and then in you'll have oregon o q mean salt pepper. A tiny bit of sugar a little bit of public for Koehler. That's what makes that juicing using US and then I put a hint of Cayenne pepper for heat because I hear people tend to like hear a little more. We're not really into hot spicy spicy. I think it's nice to have a little bit a little sugar just a balanced. Yeah okay so in that first video the what I noticed right away was you made me feel okay about not making my own dough. Oh no totally I mean empanadas reveille eaten in. Let's say typical family probably might WANNA say once a week maybe every other week. But he's something that you get together with friends and you order out. We have great places that sell. NPR's and they deliver. There are some places that they do. Only empanadas can niqab any flavor in the world. You can imagine and in other places a habit Sonnen Pinellas so you either order or you make your own so people people are like no within their friends for their feeling but you will not find anybody that is going to make Bacon Bananas making their own doll. Because he's such a long process. It's not even worth twenty minutes later. Everybody item so we have really good a star Bought doll that it comes already pre pack and we use that. I mean if someone tells you that making their own doll deadline I think this take this impression. Like in Italy for instance there's a ton of Italians in Argentina that everyone makes own pasta scratch every night and this is not the case. No no no no we have also with with really good. Pass the places that you go buy. Fresh passed away the Kilo- All Dogs we do a my rather is makes the best pizza pizza. People make at home on Saturday nights. Yeah the guys make beats a home. Friday nice nice very common. You all do some house. And they make the you know don't beat Sally Gracie B. of the best pizza all right. So I WANNA make empanadas at home. What sort of dough should I buy? Whichever using if I'm not making my own these is when he's gone he's gone on? It's like you can buy it in any supermarket. Basically actually when when I publish which member be on February of two thousand seventeen one of the things that Rick Martinez was sculpting with was to fact checked. You know like find out if you can really really find these doll everywhere and it is. It's really easy available. You can even know that it on Amazon. What doty's does it? It's called Empanada or it says in English turnovers doll right. No I see them watching my Guy Jones happy so be any Spanish local local market if you live in a neighborhood that some sort of Latino community I'm sure they're having go yeah though They have different ones. They have some for Frayne gene and they have Colombian door that is completely different. Because he's make with Like sort of like cornmeal completely different because those refrain gene so these one is actually at says For BANARAS for waking I need it comes from Uruguay. Actually it comes. They'll comes from European Goya packages here in New Jersey near my house. All right so but if you don't have these you've done us any puff pastry and caroline can circles rounds. And that's it. Because he's very similar to puff pastry so for this one. For the filling you were browning. The ground beef seasoning thing it and then you took out the ground beef from the pot and then you put the onus on the papers. That's one way of doing it. I think when we publish the recipe we the first on and a and then we moved them out. You can either either either way for me. It's faster to do the one part and the meeting. Another the reason why I do it that way because I used to make three hundred hundred panels every weekend when I was selling them. Okay we're GONNA get to that first. Let's get to the ground beef. Onions and red peppers seasoning seasoning cumin sake and releases all these juice and makes it sweat. That's the flavor you're going for. You cut out rounds with a pastry cutter or news. Come already already come on. We got anything and they come with these little plastic in between doing so. They don't get stuck one way or the other see. That's what I noticed. I noticed when you took the felling but first of all you want a cool the feeling feeling you can even freeze the feeling. My mother used to freeze the feeling abortions. And then it's much better because when you're baking it Y- releases all that water all the Jews even better. Yeah so you were using like a little like ice cream scoops because I like to measure you know. I don't want one every Empanada have the same amount. I'm also so far of not putting your leaps keeps anti-lien so I wanted on a line like in a restaurant. Is that continuing more. We're GONNA get me angry letters but no no no yes GSA anyways you. You've got your feeling with the raisins onions this nap but the olive separate the Reagan half. Yeah and then I make sure everything Pinella has. That's the League Asian. Sorry people I'm saying to myself. I make sure that everybody gets two halves of only because the worst by will be like if if he does someone Oh inputting olives a panel and then they bite on it and he's gone so when you're feeling is done you can actually don see anymore. Where Olives went you know so I was carefully? Put two halves of olive anytime panella before I closed them. So you fold them over with this little. Okay Yeah just to fill me in then you you pinch them shot. And then the big question between you and Brad on the video of it's alive. Was You crimp them with the four or you do the fancy thing that you do right well. Criminal with the fork makes them look bigger. So here's the C- could people when I was selling them. I was using the fork. Not only because it was fluster and get somebody to tell me that was my mother on. They look bigger so you can judge they all right. People don't don't lie. When he stood cream they feel like they're eating a lot of doll? I love it personally. What's the word again ripple Julia Gay how responding back I E? BU ALGAE E rebelled. Would you so you so it's like you're it's almost like a looks like a little rope. You're sort of twisting at unto itself so you had a nice nice braided exterior exterior. It's super pretty. I know and I can do really quick and the story goes these about anyone I was aid. I don't remember much but we're GonNa have a fourth God. I know they're tiny tiny people he's not even know overeating When I was eight my grandmother who could never actually cramp really pretty really? She used to do the fork because it was faster. You know you're making three four thousand in Pinellas. She asked me to help her because I was always in the kitchen with her and pardon me I started. You know I started twisted Empanada crimping like that during the report and she almost cry because I was doing it exact same way her mother that she could never learn it well and I met my grandmother when I was one and then she dies or she couldn't have possibly taught me on so I guess it wasn't my jeans
How Does Smoking Affect Your Skin?
"<hes> <hes> we are going to be talking about smoking and how it affects you skin. I mean it's pretty self explanatory that it's not very good volume volume <hes> but we're going to kind of go into it because you know those. Things are always going to give you wrinkles. It was like a ninety sink to say <hes> but actually actually rings true. When it comes to smoking it will make your mouth a little ball other if anybody would like to see the footage of amy making a math athletic bum hole and do you look our i._t. T._v. behind the scenes yet there it is there it is oh mm-hmm so shall we charge at home is darling before we start ri- dis stuff right now now. I don't smoke was samir cigarette. I don't remember scholley must remain. I know genuine remember last share this year this year. The shia at lot point to all of listeners have never had a cigarette in my congratulations insist on pure half of birthday skin. I'd like you to all believe it's me. I'm now pool. I recognise times will be glastonbury. The only time i've as me he's thinks ago. I'm the only time i ever go near. A cigarette is when i'm hof cope not just pissed about a few lines <hes> somebody's there with my. I'll just have of a little bit sorry ma'am. If you're listening. She will fucking disown me smoke twenty a day. I who's regional. It's close out. She said people smoke twenty cigarettes a day. We'll smoke like four eighty two thousand ninety ridiculous like it's not the nineteen twenties anymore. I really do not see why people would smoke that much to visit yeah. Well obviously on anyway karam. Yes thanks for calling me out bitch one day. I am going to tell you that you broke glass in her bathroom and then instead of just cleaning up you put it under the bath mat. I'm sure she soon after eh so no secret in the household anymore. Snow well just to clarify. I am a nonsmoker and it was one of the it was a case of you makes while you pissed english case for low with us the case of my friends yeah. I'm addicted. I would would find it very hard to get addicted. I believe 'cause is disgusting. I hate the smell of oh yeah. Oh there was a girl i used to work with and she would go on a cigarette cigarette break and i would sit opposite and this i don't know what cigarettes you smoke in but they made a breath smell like sick oh and house. I surely actually that does not taste very nice. Oh i wouldn't dream of putting a cigarette near while sober now just couldn't do it journey. Don't tell me about how it affects your skin. Yeah a will do to lake woman am to be honest this. I don't think this will be very long. Episodes museum of the things that <hes> effects we spoke to my another episodes so he's very much touch upon different vitamins free radicals collagen <hes> and just like how how your skin is affected in terms of how is created so firstly <hes> to just quickly go through some of the <hes> chemicals are in cigarettes that i've researched the most because there's like hundreds of costner jains in the cigarettes yeah caused damage to not just skin like may may we had the we are focusing on the skin here but you've got to remember that he skipped all everybody so. What are you talking about yet about wrinkles. I mean all eva just not not just justify say so <hes> all av body <hes> and then you lips as well a quite different skin cancer because of <hes> smokin the ben bloom hell has that you could cigarette noah you lips when they look huckabee mole. Oh my what you've just reminded me. I've five seed wall. Oh god when i went to thailand a woman smoked cigarette our the foof doty does what i saw but he was yeah she'll say through some though some balloons up in the corner above me and she threw a doll and it popped the balloons and i was like hope and then she popped a ping pong ball at me and i wondered why the ping pong balls on the tables when you you went and it seems that you can yes she leads bulls in there and like when unabashed like you know like a ninja turtle mine and then just like fired them papa and a wounded why there was a ping pong bats on the tables foot long but we went in there and then i realized allies very quickly. The thai actually needed the ping pong power to protect myself from fini bowls bowls now to <hes> dissect show and this poor guy got pulled upon stage. I think he was like with a group of girls on guys so don't if one of the gospels award you expect your sexual yeah and <hes> <hes> she poor sharpie over fudge. Oh yes quoit on 'em and signed a name stor. Yeah lizzy even a hips that no god that was the guilt as well forgot she also lit some candles on the top of a birthday cake and then handed the birthday ak cow and re happy birthday to whoever the person was on a piece of paper and then held up. Honestly it was disgusting. I will never forget that place but anyway back to cigarettes and smoking and yes so i looked into of scenic teen on the way that that affects your skin is because because the nicotine which is very interesting because i want you to remember that nicotine isn't just from cigarettes. Nicotine is addictive in cigarettes. So if you vaping you might think you're all high and mighty right now with you the whole they pen bull vape nation can the nicotine patch the is still innovate. They've obviously so you would need vape and nicotine free vape to dodge maganga skin somebody in the family like quit the thought unia something all from the federal union are going to do now when won't work in one of the eight-wicket topping one of those op shops every single we all those <unk> about shop on how can i get so confused and <hes> well looking innovative up shop so if your evaporator then this also affects you even if you think doesn't nicotine shrinks the blood vessels outta mostly as skin which is the essentially what that means is that oxygen can't reach this skin cells the kind of food third this out from the inside story so if you don't get an austin t- skin then he skin cells won't be able to form properly they just went very healthy <hes> and you you just gonna end up one damage in the lesson collagen production and to you just going to be looking pretty pale. There's no blood so we've spoken before about readiness in skin and it's essentially that you blood vessels a damaged so or you blood is trying to cool you down so if the blood runs to the set of skin is to try and call oh you down and which is why when you exercise you get red yeah yeah so <hes> i is also if you get embarrassed if if he flushed quite easily is because your body's i we're gonna boiling. I'm getting really embarrassed and then you'd blood russia's tease the surf ski down danila yes so you you probably noticed a little bit sallow looking. Maybe many yellowish jaundice don't if jaundice is actually a thing when it comes to smoking but it would be that kind of just looking kim a bit poorly seem just might not look very healthy <hes> but some of the other chemicals that are in cigarettes cross it damage the last in so <hes>. That's like i say if you if you <hes> produce lesson in college and then you're going to be quite saggy and not very plump plump campi he said remember the still nicotine innovate pen so if you've chosen to vote because you think is healthy because of the tar yes that's true boy is nicotine the dommage as you blood vessels so you just have to remember that if you started vapor in to try in <hes> cut down smokin one remember vape pen doesn't tell you when you get the end of typical cigarette and who just try to like every time you buy some more liquid for ever than just by a lower nicotine dose people got the mixing patches hutches auto on those punches quite a while yeah. Just we will impose the point is the point yeah well. I guess it specified long view true true fix on yeah 'cause we're thinking from the point of view like e skin how then like bodies general health and put nicotine does affect the immune system as well so that can cause inflammation it can damage skin saga of said <hes> on this can actually all really <hes> make any psoriasis worse or can cause rice's so <hes> inflammation and a lack of skin cell growth and obviously a poor immune system kind of is not very good for your leads to nasty skin conditions like that. You actually can't get rid of what you want. No yeah <hes> <hes> i also have to say carbon monoxide ms in cigarettes and not fully block oxygen from anybody so who is not very good for you anyway. Everybody knows a carbon monoxide is poisonous and book is biproduct of smoking cigarettes and overseas awesome very good for your skin n._c._a._a. Before the streaming gets to you you blocking it then ever does get to you isn't reaching your skin and you know right. You know. We spoke about vitamin c. yet so you body <hes> doesn't actually produce vitamin c. He was sparked by the synapse owed. <hes> you have to have 'victimising die every day to have any body so orange juice. Broccoli was quite high wasn't area. <hes> leads different foods. You want to know more about that. David episode after this one of course an and in terms of vitamin c. It's really powerful until extent and if you smoke than it depletes until exton level so any victim ac- that you'll get any diet it can be really bad in terms of <hes> if you're eating leads broccoli and there's a beneficial vitamin c. Then you just kind of deplete in it if you don't have a sewer. I don't know how many cigarettes you'd have to smoke for these effects by the way <hes> not just popped into my head book. This is obviously smoking every time. I think you know what's really sad. Fact names go go smoking. <hes> depletes <hes> higher onic acid so not only going to be a bit gray bit dull looking. You're also just gonna be dehydrated. Yeah you're gonna have dry skin so to be honest. That is how smoking in fact she skin is not good for you anyway. Stay away from it. I it's just it's kind of like you said at the start quite self explanatory in question good full. I'll stop think everybody knows even smokers themselves. No is not good. I just find it so weird. When i went to america earlier in the year i was not many people smoked smoked but there was smoking areas in restaurants and it was i gonna sit and smoke mario or the non-smoking area and just obviously i think there's probably a lot of restaurants now l. but in the u._k. It's law that you cannot inside. You have to go outside and if you give outside you can't be under a covered way like you have to be completely like to fresh chef breath the same everybody else around you because obviously it's not just poisonous. Smoking yourself is poisonous being
News in Brief 9 August 2019
"This is the news in brief from the united nations. Lifesaving food distribution is set to resume to eight hundred fifty thousand people in the yemeni capital sonner following guarantees by hootie opposition forces that aid will reach those that need it most the move announced on friday by the world food program or w._f._p. Brings to an end a two-month break assistance after the agency said that humanitarian being denied access and local authorities were interfering with deliveries w._f._p. Food food aid will resume to hootie held areas after the aid al attar festival next monday spokesperson hustle told journalists in geneva we are we turned down from the o._t.'s doty's have been engaging in the last few weeks to negotiate the document that we have sent together and more importantly to also. I agree on the technical term that we have signed yesterday. We've we have every reason to believe that the not for the good of the people and we'll of course elephants to implement and that agreement of usually have a situation if we see that it's not the case under the terms of the deal w._f._p. Will use a smart card system to register nine a million people in areas controlled by the teas although eight will be delivered to those whose details have not yet been recorded more than half a million hindu refugees who fled violence is in myanmar have received identification cards in bangladesh that the u._n. Insisted on friday were critical to safeguarding their right to return home issued to all refugees over over the age of twelve in camps in southern bangladesh. The biometric card is for many the first time that they've owned an official document that proves their identity here's u._n. Refugee agency or oh u._n._h._c._r. spokesperson andhra hitch the point here is first and foremost to protect and safeguard the right of these people to return to the places where they came from these cards cards are basically their registration. They they regulate their stay in bangladesh people will need to have obviously a pathway to citizenship and a different set of identification if and when they returned an estimated at nine hundred thousand hindu refugees live in crowded settlements in cox's bazar according to u._n._h._c._r. which is working with the bangladeshi authorities to complete the operation more than seven hundred forty thousand of those in camps fled from neighboring myanmar in the last two years amid state-led violence described by the u._n. As ethnic cleansing and staying with u._n._h._c._r. it also announced on friday that because of the deteriorating humanitarian varian insecurity situation in mali neighboring countries should provide protection to those fleeing conflict not all marlins need protection the agency said but the threat has spread it from northern mali to other regions it cited armed groups affiliated with coordinates yande move modern lozad and others that have failed to respect the twenty fifteen peace conciliation in mali agreement. The conflict has been further escalated by islamist extremist groups according to u._n._h._c._r. civilians politicians and civil servants along with security forces being targeted and murdered nearly two hundred peacekeepers have been killed since two thousand thirteen making it the deadliest peacekeeping operation in in the world and people who collaborate with national or international defense forces subsequently find themselves targeted for attack and maybe in need of international protection. The agency said daniel johnson u. n. news.
"doty" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"And we return to the story of detective Mike Doty's final night of duty of his life. When we last left off the tactical officers were approaching a mysterious boat with an unknown heat signature beneath you're the men were on the front lines. It was possibility. It was going to be dangerous, but you couldn't let run loose. Nobody thought twice about just this job. We got protect people got to get this. Mike Doty was already taken off around the corner of the house. There was a deck kind over here to the left, and it's like flat level with the ground. Well, I noticed that it was the ground was dropping off, and it was big enough, where somebody could get under there. And as we were I remember, I took my hand off rifle and told Mike, let's check under that dick. And I did that when I pointed, he started shooting I heard the first shot go out. And it wasn't a pause, but it was just that trying to come from. We had no idea that he was underneath deport prior to that he was up next to a hot to the flare. Can't see through. This picks up surfaces so can't see through windows, it can't say through would see through walls, nothing like that. No technology that I'm aware of could've told us before we went around that corner. And then there was that I gun fire, and then a brief Paul's, and then there was a second Bursik gun fire, and then I knew something wasn't right. Because when you hear I burst, you think, okay, good. Guys are firing rounds everybody's. Okay. And then when you hit a pause, and then the second set of gunfire you realize that is a is a gun fight. I knew immediately what had happened. There was no doubt. What had happened? I didn't see Mike in that initial in the initial blast where shot us. When I was returning fire in all that stuff was going on a kind of Saul. What I thought was a close. Kind of over here. And it was it was where Mike. So quick. It seemed like it was in slow motion, but it was all happen in real quick. So. As soon as I turn light on my whip and I get muzzle flash. Well, I engage muzzle flash and it was coming from the deck area. I engaged muzzle flash. Everything goes out. It's not a natural thing to put yourself in a lot of fire. See it on TV. If you watch football, when they, they say that quarterback Santa in the pocket and his getting rid of the sacked. But yeah, he's those football on the completion. That's key. Stand in the pocket one you're about to get shot and still fight back. We didn't know where he was pushed up. Hit my light. There. I start moving. When I scan the day, see the bad end of the day out at that point time, Lieutenant cliff during grading Gonzales go, and they cover down him a look lift, and we'd get somebody down couldn't tell him. I just want our from uniform and immediately started. Using my weapon light. Looking in over to the right. Picked up the suspect. The house push. Got to them. I'm scanning. I can't find. Constantly trying to respond. A role in. Lifestyle. He's not. Go ahead. Gary. When they. All right now that we've got. Just the guy frozen time man, just. Didn't he didn't wanna die? I guess down in emergency medical director, truck Hanes share. Kevin Tolson officer Trent ferris pull my out of he was almost in line with where bag. And we pull him back. Start checking Mike. There's no holes. Anything he's responsive. Or he stores breathing. Noticed blood on my hands done head tilt on him and. Realize he'd been shot. A heard the call on the radio that I never wanted to hear offers. When medics. Jumped out of the Barakat. And started running tours or the gunfire was the other side of the house first patient. I encounter was might Doty. He was brought out and. Put on the stretcher, and it was. Mike. Mike on the stretcher in sheriff, he yells and heels Mike, Mike. Mike. Shook his chest a little bit yell might my, my, you know, I don't know. Why did that? Maybe I thought I could wake him up. I want to see how you know bad. Maybe I don't know why. Now for Chris Doty. In a moment. He found out. It took somebody. Multiple people. Life. Until she finally woke up and she came in. Forget that, that look on face. When she just looked at me and said hurt. Hurt. Your mind goes. And you know, and you don't know so. By the time I got up dressed, then, of course my sexual was. And she she's smart enough to see. It was. Emotion. And it was by the time we got there. He just walk in. And it's just I was focused on one thing. And that was regardless of. His mission. It was. I wanted to see him. He knew from the very beginning this time. Nothing. Is going to change? An operating room downstairs. And. Does any past? Come out at its. Would have. That he finally passed but at the same time. There was a little bit of relief. That, that wasn't suffering anymore. Didn't matter who you are where you were if he was if he was your friend, or family member. It was just as his pure love his passion and his love. For his friends and family. That that is what will be missed. To me. Else. And my goodness, if you're not shedding tears right now. There's something wrong with you. In hearing, a grown man holding back tears talking about appel. As he put it. Well, it's not a natural thing to put yourself in the line of fire. It's not. And by the way, this was a domestic dispute turned into a straight out old-fashioned western gunfight, but it was real. It was real. Pure love and passion. I family and friends, those are the last words we heard. That's all. I'm sure this detective detective Mike Doty wanna be remembered responding to the call of duty, trying to protect a woman a man who'd been beaten her up, and who else is going to come in who else is going to come in. The celebrating detective Mike Doty's life. It's police week. All week long here. 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London, Brexit And European Union discussed on Bloomberg Finance
"An estimated one million anti Brexit. Protesters rallied in central London today this to demand a second referendum on the UK's withdrawal from the European Union. Protesters in favor of Brexit also took to the streets though, in far smaller numbers, mayor of London study con says no one realized what an insurmountable task breaks. It would be the best way to unite base for the British people to reset set. But Doty goes, hey, Theresa May all the deal pause by polish it won't be passed with the option over the.
"doty" Discussed on WBAI
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"doty" Discussed on Untangle
"Thanks, Patricia severalo and welcome. I'm RL garden and each episode. We take you inside the head of neuroscientists psychotherapists knows who are skilled in the mental arts, and we learned bathroom. They're cutting edge work and their own human experience had a manage the crazy and all of our minds today. We have some Christmas magic to share real magic. We're gonna get inside the head of someone very special wherever the honor of knowing for some years, and whom the Dalai Lama endorses who's Dr James Doty. He's a Stanford neurosurgeon who's an extraordinary story moving from shame and poverty success in giving. Thanks to a woman he met in a magic shop. His amazing autobiographical tales chronicled in his bestselling novel into the magic shop, and I love it so much three times. So Jim we live inside your head inside, your heart and show us what you've learned. Thank you so much for having me and. I appreciate your kind words, and it's wonderful to be with you today. Thank you. I've been so looking to this conversation as I've literally read the book over and over by its lessons, and I'm really excited to share with everybody some of the content and some of your magic. So in inside the magic shop, you talk about your difficult, childhood and the magic that saved. You can you tell us a little bit about this will I certainly don't want to imply that my personal stories the worst one possible. But certainly it was challenging my father was an alcoholic. And my mother had had a stroke when I was a child and a seizure disorder, and she was chronically depressed. And as a result, she attempted suicide multiple times essentially mine tire life at home before I went away to school or college. We went public assistance. Neither of my parents had gone to college. And we now know. To something called aces or adverse childhood experiences. When there's mental illness when they're struggling out Kahal abuse when there's poverty that it is very difficult for a child to over come that. And after a number of these almost impossible, but as you point out I was fortunate and blessed because at a really critical junction in my life as you pointed out, I walked into a magic shop are literal magic shop. So you really had the deck stacked against it. When you look at the aces study, you know, you look at one or two or three critical events literally had all of them stacked against you..
"doty" Discussed on Car Talk
"Well, you may call me. Madam Doty can be difficult. Gordy DOD. I e that's right. My perfectly marvelous sons, and they're absolutely cosmic wonderful, marvelous wives have given me this poetic automobile, which I so much enjoy having. I have a Nissan stanza. Stanza? Little pullen. And it's it's great. But there's a controversy going with my son's about the something which ought to be straightforward. How many how many sons are involved here? Four four, and they all have wives. They do four sons and four daughters in law. Okay. And what's this controversy and NFL daughter to? Oh god. That's Helen out daughter. Okay. That's all right. But here's the thing with the sons two of my sons. My marvelous sons have given me this automobile and the shift lever release knob thing two of the sons gave you the car and the other two and their wives didn't contribute. Well, they're doing all sorts of other things like what your house? Okay. We'll come back to this. I wanna talk about that. You're hearing the off sorry. All right. Okay. So two of your sons, the two nice sons. Wonderful son. Okay. Sorry. The very best teacher of mathematics in Galveston, Texas. And the other one is the greatest salesman in Houston talk. The other two brothers and to buy a new car. Well, then then the policemen and his wife live up the street, and they keep everything and repair. And and you get what the damn story. Okay. And the son who disagrees with the manual for the Nissan stanza is. In fact, the machine is they knows all about engines. And what makes engines operate proper? Okay. Let's get onto store on you. All right here. We shift lever lever knob below the knob on this. This stem is a button, which you can push to have the overdrive turned off. That's correct now an orange light lights up when it's off and this arouses all sorts of free floating anxiety in the U. And I see any light on the dash. I being an antique, you know, get all sort of lumping the throat. Well, the machine is son says to ignore the manual, which would have you drive with the overdrive turned off constantly except on highway would would when you really need it? And how would I know when you need it? But the, but he says Dr with at turned off always and that will have the light lit up the warning light. And the manual says to drive with the overdrive perpetually in forever on gonna which son says to leave it off all about engines is he one of the. Phones, we contributed to the purchase of this car. No. So gentlemen. For your mother, not a damn thing. I'm going to assume that you're machinist wonderful machine is son know, something that we handsome brilliant, enhanced them know, something that we don't know. And that the manual doesn't know, and what that is is where you drive. Lowly and carefully and tim'rous -ly since I am a little old lady, I'm older than the Queen of England. And around town on the on the feeder roads of the freeway with my heart beating fast Houston has terrible freeway. Yeah. So.
"doty" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett
"I'm Krista Tippett. And this is on being today. I'm with James Doty, who's a Stanford brain surgeon, and is also on the cutting edge of emerging research of how the brain and the heart talk to each other what he's discovering may have the power to transform not just individual lives. But to reshape what he calls the baggage of evolution the fight or flight response that is linked to violence and tribal conflict. We mentioned Richie Davidson a minute ago who who's at Madison and has done some of these important studies. I'm pretty sure I heard him say, I wanna check the foul with you that they're doing studies now, practicing compassion and actually seeing the mic Dila shrink. Yes, that's incredible. That should be on the front page of the New York Times. No. Her fight place in our brains. Yes. And we see other parts of our brain actually thicken in gray matter with some of these practices. So it is really quite extraordinary in some ways. I guess you could say this is analogous to strengthening certain muscles, and allowing others to atrophy, and again, it show shoe, and this is what I tell people is that just like muscles are mental muscle. If you will response to exercise, it's just which exercise you're going to do and one exercise the relates to mindfulness compassion loving kindness. Having an open heart, and when you strengthen that muscle, the world becomes a vibrant place. We recognize the incredible. Aspect of humanity that surround shoe in every person how every person has incredible potential to to change the world or you can do a form of exercise that make sure frayed that makes you pull away that think makes you think that people are your enemies or the people are out for something. And unfortunately, sometimes it's an active choice, but for many people, they don't even understand that this is happening. I I'm very intrigued. When I I see a writing about. Your work as surgeon operating on people's brains, and I've spoke with people across the years, especially people who've had some kind of catastrophic accident or or disability are really serious medical condition. Talk about the violence of medical treatment. There. I, you know, extreme medicine is is is violent, and you he rip people's skin from their skulls, and yet and part of your this thing you've learned about calming yourself is to stay very calm, even when you might have somebody dying in front of you. So it's a very nuanced kind of compassion. But then as really touched by the story told also of operating on a four year old boy, and how the hair has to be cut from his head. And normally that would be something that would just be part of the prep. But you you do it yourself as a ritual and you save those cuttings. His mother. Yes. For a child to have to go through the brutality of many of our medical practices, especially brain surgery. It almost seems as though it should never occur and to treat that event for that process. As almost something, holier spiritual. I think honors and that if that makes any sense, and knowing how a mother or a parent is so terrified and afraid about what their child is about to undergo to give them something that shows that it's not only just the surgery it self and doing an excellent job with that. But just shows the intention of what you're doing in the sense of of taking the time to do this one thing that on one hand may seem fairly simple. But actually in another way shows that you're thinking about all aspects of this from beginning to end in what it means to the parent and to the child. Yeah. So you run the center at Stanford now and one of your studies, she's looking at the list of the research that you have going on as kind of I want to ask you about this the studying the I guess the effects of meditation, I suppose adept versus novices. So so Richard Davidson started with what they call the Olympic meditators meditated thirty thousand times fifty thousand hours or thirty thousand hours, and I guess novice be, you know, people like me who might be called dabbler z- there..
UN Report: Myanmar Generals Must Face Justice
"UN human rights investigators say they think. Top generals in Myanmar should be tried for genocide the investigators are calling on the UN Security Council to move swiftly and get. The international criminal court involved there report goes into details about the atrocities carried out against, Rohingya Muslims in an ethnic cleansing campaign that began a year ago NPR's Michele Keleman reports the UN human rights experts poured over satellite imagery videos and photographs and interviewed, eight hundred seventy five people to. Come to their conclusion that the military had. Genocidal intent when it carried out attacks against Rohingya Muslims in March kind state they, call it a human. Rights, catastrophe with, widespread sexual violence and mass killings one of the authors Christopher Doty says six top. Generals should be prosecuted? For genocide war crimes and crimes again Humanity there is no doubt in our. Minds whatsoever the what we. Saw happen in, real time as a whole would not have happened, without firstly being within the knowledge of the senior military leadership. And Secondly under their effective control and it's because of the clarity of the China of command in may. And Ma that we have recommended the investigation and prosecution of these six investigators also say that the civilian government led by angst. Onto Chee has blocked investigations here's another panel member Rediker kumarisami we just feel that the, Nobel prize winner has such moral authority perhaps you should act the US has been waiting for that to according to Akshay Kumar of Human Rights Watch there's been an, effort in Washington to really tread. Softly and try to give her the space. To let do the right thing unfortunately she just hasn't human rights experts have been, raising concerns about the. Face Eight of Muslim Rohingya and other minorities in Myanmar for decades last year after rebels attacked police stations the military stepped up a brutal campaign against. The Roe hang up hundreds of. Thousands have since fled to neighboring Bangladesh the UN Security Council is. Expected to discuss this. Tuesday but Kumar who follows the UN for Human Rights Watch is not expecting much it. Doesn't look like they're going to take any action after this meeting it might just be one of those sections for people talk. A, good game but don't follow things up and that's what we're really seeking Groups I want the UN Security Council, to impose sanctions on top generals in. Myanmar and stop arms sales to the. Country Daniel Sullivan of another advocacy group refugees international also wants to see the Trump administration speak up what, really has been lacking. Is further measures of targeted sanctions referral to the international criminal court or really at, the ten day right at the base is a lack of leadership from the top I mean this is one of the worst crimes we've seen in. Our generation and we haven't heard anything, from from the president we don't feel that leadership in pressure from. The United States and that's been really disappointing so. Far the US has stopped short of Colleen Nisa genocide, and the State Department has not yet released its own report on the mass. Exodus of row Hindu Muslims from Myanmar the treasury department has imposed some. Targeted sanctions on four military and border guard commanders but not on all the, top generals that the UN. Human rights experts say should be Tried for
Tina Turner's son dead in apparent suicide
"Dead and three officers shot after standoff in south elgin illinois last night police called to an apartment complex where they say they were fired on they took cover reinforcements join them after a total of four hours negotiation between our officers in the swat team negotiator subject came out and started firing at the swat team officers and they returned fire striking south elgin sergeant mike doty sang frank drips the alleged gunman is dead the officers wounds described as not lifethreatening lilian woo fox news a muslim comedian political commentator and radio host wins his libel case against the publisher of a neo nazi website dollar says he was falsely accused on the daily stormer website of being the mastermind behind the deadly bombing in an oreo guerande concert in england last year the article included tweets made to look like they were from him judge in cleveland rules and obodovas favor entering what's called a finding default because the websites publisher andrew anglin couldn't be reached to answer the libel suit there were no specific damages requested and no hearings been scheduled yet to determine amount fox's chris foster the son of a legendary singer has committed suicide police say tina turner's eldest son craig raymond turner's died by self inflicted gunshot wound at his home in studio city california police got his turner's home just afternoon tuesday pronouncing him dead at the scene tina turner had craig when she was eighteen with saxophonist raymond hill who played in turner's band i turner adopted craig after marrying tina turner cox's jacqueline carl craig turner was fifty nine survived by his mom and a half brother in new york lisa brady on fox news radio.
"doty" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"Quotes okay garden begins at six death with the self has a relation that relates itself to itself that's pretty intense creatures and one of the essential points in my book we have a we have an emotional life we have all kinds of most of that flow through us and that sometimes npr doty to be good decent people and at the same time we have we ever a relationship to those emotions so i might be depressed or whatever but that the person doesn't consume all there's some part of me that's outside of that and i i had responsibility to try to be a decent good loving person even though i'm telling and funk so part of the suffering is relating ourselves to our emotions yeah yeah giving an example of how this book would work because we're getting our news from the from from online newspapers unfortunately or are on the decline hard news stories very few even major networks are are you know everything is breaking news breaking news it's set sensationalism let's let's how how sensational can we be today let's.
"doty" Discussed on Straight Up with Stassi
"Black haired girls yeah i mean you know i've love gothic people but hey i don't want to date you so we'll even if you have been fucking with doty we're every every time i'm always i'm always cer cast i'm always not lying but being you know you know yeah though so if dodi's showed me so i remember when doty show me your photo we're at a party in venice with a friend and i was just i was just who knows i was just beat them noxious i'm very obnoxious you know that so what if i told doty two years ago that affects you i'm sorry now you don't have to say about you know what i'm saying nonsense i'm apologizing but i'm sorry that's still affects you and i'm glad that it came out but none of none of my ex's look like anything and but but i think this is a deeper conversation to be had that even if all your xs did look a certain way and i didn't technically doesn't matter but that doesn't matter it's eight just an women and men should be aware of that that it doesn't that doesn't matter but it's it's so much easier said than done am i making sense right now like it's it's easy to say that and to know when your brain it doesn't matter but then when you just like that little devil on the side of your shoulder will thus not saying that's what i wanna do is to make sure that your little devil never says that ship so that's why i always like reaffirm you with with kind words how i feel about you and good affirmations and saying oh this so i feel about you and you look good today on my god you know what i mean i tell you when you wake up in the morning and you put on your glasses you are you you look how you're my favorite.
"doty" Discussed on The EVRYMAN Podcast
"You are listening to every man podcast this is dan doty this is episode forty five with erin blaine and owen marcus hello hello hello fair warning everybody this is a complete nerd podcast this is for those of you who have been part of what we do in our participating every man this may interest you if you have not stepped your foot in the ring this may just be completely boring maybe not give it a shot anyway so this episode is owen marcus who's been on the show and erin blaine who's been on the show who are two of the key focal members of our leadership team that are bringing the fire to all of our events and helping support oliver groups working at in a core capacity to help us bring this message to world and grow to help us bring this message to the world and grow this movement into something that's a serious force of nature this episode is the three of us sitting down after our last open source retreat the retreat was held in joshua tree in the desert in cali korea we recorded the episode in his very funky funny strange co working space very close to lax we just rented it for an hour sat down and did a podcast literally the day after the retreat and the day for their traits and interesting time these events are big in their powerful and they leave the on a high of sorts and so this morning we woke up in joshua tree and drove to the beach thinking who had to drop thing you had to drive own off early for a flight and three cores the way to the city we check the flight and it realized he didn't need to go and till six pm or something so we had a whole day so we went to the beach and just walked around eight some food had a really like very nice relaxing good time and that leads me to a little personal update which really excited about and happy to share that myself and my family are actually moving to southern california this summer and a couple of months already were moving to between la and san diego closer to san diego and.
"doty" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio
"Smear yasser is a local journalist who visited mr bot we reached him in sugar semir what was google at bat doing when these armed men broke into his house last week he he was trying to write a bye on doty system in kashmir valley in which dowie system yeah dhabi system on cushman evaluate has been very finland from lost it oh couple of decades in in this place that's he was sitting on the on the one hand off his house gun ben t militants game fighting in a towards his house and they are they asked him dick would go inside did they did these gunmen the militants no this was the home of this famous poet in kashmir no i'm not i'm not sure but i think what i can sense is that david david ambushed two hundred meters from mr bill moos house mister house so it actually you know go somewhere where they could hide so they just when david retreating bad from very large of a flan they found mr hamis house on the date and he was sitting do a deep into tar spending on dobie system giving his votes in devices when t militant schemed running you know and if before reaching his house they had extreme fired gunshots in the ed so the first and gout was like he said the minton stored him we know you'll never forget what us but for the sake of emami who said please forgive us.
"doty" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Content producing websites and a lifestyle ran the call and are a country an attempt to attract young people by connecting the nra to country music stars but anyway back to louisiana springtime 2017 thirty pre feld her bill and a pretty quickly got the attention of a state representative name blake miga's he's considered one of the goto guys for gun rights stuff in louisiana keeps his eye on everything that's being proposed she will do is often showed should bills the gumrelated electoral sheila sewage fifteen apopka the like to do that every session so he's doing that and he sees doty's though and though that she is a supporter of firearms was no porn on though that she's not pass on a piece of legislation or i like to believe the soon presume she's fsb sled stations anti gunsmuggling is this a gun these shares is nautica issue it looks senate smells like a second amendment bill but it's not actually warn it was the imitation part of the imitation guns velvet that three break for a loop in the end blake decided the bell didn't threaten the second amendment but he was still against it for some of the same reasons as the louisiana shooting association but he also give doti some advice about the nra the torga parish a piece of legislation that deals with the is perceived to deal with guns without the nra support blake said you don't wanna go against them if the nra opposes it then it validates the other republicans fears then it's a bad bill and he's right right by the time duty got to baton rouge for the start of the legislative session in april she had the.
"doty" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour
"Welcome to episode 350 to with my guest a caitlyn doty who is a mortician and a best selling author my name's paul gilmartin this is the medal illness happy hour a place for honesty about all the battles in our heads for medically diagnose conditions past traumas and sexual dysfunction to everyday compulsive negative thinking other shows not meant to be a substitute for professional metal counseling i'm not a therapist it's not a doctor's office it's more like a waiting room that doesn't suck at the website for their show was mental pod dot com uh go there check it out a fill out an anonymous survey may be will reach your survey on the show joined the forum there's lots of likeminded people in the forum um there's all kinds of things you can do on the website um there's there's a tilt to worth on the website don't ask me how don't ask me how we got it there la podcast was amazing this last week and i had so much fun um i i there is nothing like a community of people that listened podcast it's unlike any other um in a doing stand up for years and being on tv and all that kind of stuff i would meet people that followed my work but nothing really compares to people that listen to you when you podcast because there's um maybe it's the subject matter maybe it's the nature of having somebody in your ears that feels so intimate but um.