35 Burst results for "Doughty D"

"doughty d" Discussed on Elliman Daily Podcast

Elliman Daily Podcast

03:37 min | 2 weeks ago

"doughty d" Discussed on Elliman Daily Podcast

"I don't drink coffee but I believe in multiple streams of revenue have been for four and a half years. Been using eissa jenex. I live and breathe it. It's changed my life and I believe why run so. I don't have the benefit that peter will peter. What have you been doing since you can't go to hofstra. And i've been doing it at home. Okay cool cool to jim at home and my driveway. That's awesome so. I like i same thing for me i like. I have a lot of ridiculous equipment that i probably shouldn't have. And it's all in my guest room and so that's what i've been doing And also i also incorporate sauna and things like that. i'm like essential oils. I'm like don't get me started. So i can go full on if you want but then i in my day like i literally stopped my schedule around five thirty six o'clock and before with my dog i would. We would go walking. You know whatever And now i just take another walk or I'm near the water. So i will just take a walk on the beach so i just i honestly i have every day i will end the day with making sure that whatever was i did was on my schedule because sometimes it changes and then i'll check the next day in the next day i i you know what it is because my mom literally would put on our refrigerator. When i was growing up. Monday tuesday wednesday thursday friday saturday sunday. What we were going to have for dinner every week because she was a schoolteacher. And i'm just like i i. That's where i got it from so scrape. That's really great any other questions while we got her. I'm always available. Y'all amman instagram. it's laura doughty anoma names like really weird peter's like his d like no matter. I do not get offended. People call me laura. I don't care the same name. And i'll answer and it's lar doughty score l. e. for live excellence. If you want to connect with me on instagram. I would love it. I would be honored Always happy to help However i can so thank you so much for coming. It's been really really fun presentation really well done and thank you for it into this weekend because it's going to be an exciting weekend having game and i can't wait a watch it and put it in the chat who you're going for. Who who. what team are you rooting for. I want to hear who you think's going to win before we hang up. Let's see not tom brady. Come on. there's one bale tampa bay. Yup yup brady for sure. Casey come on common good looks pretty fifty fifty and you know what at the end of the day. It's still a win. I mean literally mahomes. That's why like my video. I did on monday. They're both you gotta go to be in a goats to win. you know. it's funny. I hate to go against mahomes because i really love him but i gotta go for brady. Yeah yeah yeah. I mean listen to take that team. I just like somebody wants steelers. Good luck without our everybody. This is another friday morning. Ride make you. Laura have a great weekend. Everybody in training thanks.

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Learning to Speak the Language of Your Clients with Kim Doughty

Agency Ahead by Traject

06:45 min | 3 weeks ago

Learning to Speak the Language of Your Clients with Kim Doughty

"You know. A lot of agencies will have an intake form you know where they're trying to collect the information before they even get to that first conversation. What has historically worked best for you. Do you cheer points. Like i can imagine. The conversation is when you establish that. I'm talking about language sort of thing. Do you have a form that speaks their language as well or do you wait for the conversation and the meeting to really get everything that you need I've seen at work a bunch of ways whether that's Being started out from the sales guy. Who's trying to get that lead and starting those initial conversations to Doing it a giving them. You know forms ahead of time and waiting for them to fill them out and just doing them in the meeting itself. honestly i think that it kind of depends on how your team is organized. So if you have a sales team. That's really attuned to the services that you offer and they have a list of questions that they should always be act asking clients in order to at least like validate the quality of their leaves before they go through with the sales process. That's a great place to start and then You know. Ideally those forms are things that both the client and our agency is able to edit so if we happen to already have the answer we can just put that in there. If there's anything that's left hanging we can ask them to answer. That and sometimes clients are not really good at paperwork or even like respond to emails. You just have to get them on the phone and ask them point blank. What the answer is but You know anything that is left off from that initial sales process. I usually would probably expect to get those answered in the initial meeting when they're meeting that account manager assuming that you know this is a completely new client from the very beginning and that Usually gives us more nuance anyway. You know when a when a client writes down an answer sometimes. Just like oh. I don't know where my goal is to grow. It doesn't always give you the information that you really need to move forward and asking those questions and making them actually think off the top of their head and explain More thoroughly is a lot more valuable than trying to get them to you. Know pull their hair out. Trying to answer a list of questions on google form or just a google doc. At and that's interesting too. Like getting clients to articulate when they might not be either a speaking. Your speaker be like really forthcoming with like not even knowing what they want water. Some of the ways you'll percent like. How do you tease out the information that you need from the client especially if they're not as normally susceptible to to make any details on you so Your question is how am. I getting my questions answered. If they don't necessarily know how to communicate that is that right yet. Essence Sometimes a lot sometimes. It's a matter of giving examples Especially if if you're an agency that kind of has a focus on a particular industry or you've worked with that industry before I've had examples of like. Oh well we have a client of a similar size to you or perhaps a little bit bigger. That has this goal or is doing this or is putting this level of budget towards their marketing. Based on you know the amount of revenue that they get per year And sometimes our i mean at the end of the day like if they really don't know That is kind of our job to give them our best recommendations based on our our expertise having been doing this for other clients for however long. We're doing it so At the end of the day like if they don't know they don't know what they don't know and If it's a matter of giving examples if you think they are on the edge of finding an answer and they just need some help. That's great. If not i always go for will. Here's what i would. Here's what i would do in your situation. Is that a red flag or a green flag for you and do we want to continue moving forward with that. Speaking of red flags and green flags. What are some of your favorite types of clients like when you're meeting them. Okay i'm gonna love working with this individual versus ones where you're like okay. This is i. Just i turn my hair on already in. It's ten minutes in well. I don't want to say what i don't like about clients that our i'll focus on On some green flags so I had a client wants who the first time we ever met him. He brought starbucks frappuccino. Is everyone on the team and he was. I know that's always a good hint when they're like just ready to hang out and be relaxed At the same time being a little too lax sometimes is a client that is difficult to get a hold of and make decisions but generally People who are there because they know they don't know all the answers And are truly looking for advice. is often a really good client to have because it You know assuming that your agency is giving them the best recommendations that you possibly can. It becomes a really positive partnership. Understanding that You know they needed help. And you provided as much as you can And then of course when they're really prompts with providing deliverables or or you know approving of deliverables. Mix our jobs a lot. Easier you know at the end of the day like we're not magicians and i think that sometimes like a thing. We have to manage with clients where they're like. Well you're the you're the seo person like why am. I not showing up when i search this fifteen times a day in the search bar You know understanding that things take time in like understanding that It doesn't appear out of nowhere from from content. That has just been written or anything like that like it's always helpful when Some understanding i mean obviously like a client. That's understanding is usually someone that we like to work with.

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"doughty d" Discussed on Talk Nerdy

Talk Nerdy

02:27 min | 5 months ago

"doughty d" Discussed on Talk Nerdy

"Interesting again I'm I'm asking that as I'm looking my score kittens and old dogs I. I'm looking my not quite elderly dog and the is right now and he's like, why did she's Sorry listen tat I take what I need and I mean what? I say. Caitlin I'm so happy I'm so happy for you that the book is coming out in paperback I'm so happy for you that even in this really tumultuous time, you've been able to continue to build your practice. You've been able to continue with all of the really important educational efforts. That you've been doing now for as you said, like a decade or more I think that your message is so fundamentally important and it's also a part as you mentioned of a larger group of people who have a really important message for all of us to help understand our own relationship with death before we go can you kind of maybe point the listeners to places where they can? Start the process of educating themselves. If this is all really new to them, absolutely order of the good death is our nonprofit on our website. We have a really robust resource section so you can just get started they're clicking around it will take you out to other websites that specialize in the thing that you're specifically interested in or you could just call up asking mortician on Youtube and. Browse through the videos and see if something if you WanNa, just dip your toe and see if something strikes your fancy. Yeah and read her books especially her new book when my cat eat my eyeballs look back to the episode that we did previously to maybe fill in some of those gaps and I think there we talk more about your history going to school to become a mortician and what it means to be a mortician and of course. Yes. So many resources online. So Caitlin, thank you so much for doing this. Thanks for staying up late with me Yeah. No, it's like A. Chat with a girlfriend additional. Congratulations on on your journey I'm so excited for you. Thanks, and maybe off line in the future, we can talk about some cool research that we can do together or a way to combine forces the post death approach A, love it. All right everybody listening. Thank you for coming back week after week. I'm really looking forward to the next time. We all get together to talk nerdy..

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"doughty d" Discussed on Talk Nerdy

Talk Nerdy

03:38 min | 5 months ago

"doughty d" Discussed on Talk Nerdy

"Yeah it's a it's a a Mexican artist Danny Reuss and it's a very modern love story I found her on. Instagram, when she I think she read my first book and she did just on her instagram she did art piece based on my first book and when I saw tagged out was like. Mrs Amazing this and she I mean her on instagram her handle is at more toasts rouge her last name are Jozy love and. Just the stuff that like the twisted delights that come out of her mind and what I loved about her art was that I thought it was actually very similar to my writing I would like to hope it is in the sense that it's it's it's like has this kind of dark boundary pushing sense to it, but it's so classy and clean and adorable almost or but yeah, it's like whimsical. Cold. But the will things going on in the art. She's like a very modern Edward Gorey or something in a way and. Really. Great comparison you know I just basically after we had all our initial conversations, I would just send her the the chapters and I don't think there was a single time where I was like this design isn't working for me or this doesn't make sense 'cause they were all so clever and so cool. It was just entries just an absolute pleasure to work with. I love that. So I have to like point to just a couple of my favorites here. I love that like if I ate a bunch of Unpopular popcorn and then got cremated. What would happen? I'm thrilled with these questions like am I allowed to make jewelry out of my dead loved ones like out of their bones there's some really basic questions like why did we change colors? You know why does this or that happened to a body what what would my dog look like? If I dug my dog up and of course, the the title question will Mike Catt eat my eyeballs balls maybe you can give us a teaser and a and I'll be I'll ask the lazy question, which is will Mike. Myers spoiler. The answer is not right away. Not. So they started smell real. Good. The the fun fact about your beloved pets is that it seems from research that cats. Dogs tend to nibble you tear you eat it you because they're incredibly anxious because they can't wake up the can't find anyone what's happening. They're very scared which, of course very sad but cats seem to eat you because they are hungry. For My. Because they've very quickly switch you over to a food source which I think actually kind of tracks very well with what we know about cats and dogs, right Yeah I mean we've seen of course, their barrel anecdotal but the sweet videos of dogs morning at their you know dead owners, gravesites or you hear stories that dogs literally starved to death next to their dead or nurse because they're not going to eat them even though there's a food source right in front of them, right? Yeah. Very. Yeah. Man's best friend really really loyal cats not so much which I respect I i. If I you know I would want my cat to just go for it. Are you a cat person or a dog person or neither or both me I am I would say, I'm a puppy person but an adult cat person..

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"doughty d" Discussed on Talk Nerdy

Talk Nerdy

03:33 min | 5 months ago

"doughty d" Discussed on Talk Nerdy

"Clinical diagnosis psychopathology but also just everyday life struggles that we have you're preaching to the choir here love area maybe some people listening feel the same way maybe not to this point in the podcast. So listen you know there are two things that I want to dive into in the short time that we have left because I think it's we have a unique opportunity to do. So the first one is you know how have you felt that your like your nonprofit worker educational work but also your direct funerary practice and I guess just as an observer of of death in general how has cove? It changed this landscape like what have you learned? Being kind of like still in dead in the middle of the pandemic. I'M GONNA try not to turn this into a thirty minute brain pulse concise I can be about that. I Nick whatever time you want fascinated I think I talked to a friend just last week who has always been. You Know Socialists and very left leaning, and he was talking about how it was very difficult for a lot of people right now to come to admit that our social services are so poor and our our. Support for workers is so bad and that we really have a system that's that's rigged against lower income people and then really fragile right and and and coming to that knowledge and seeing it all play out in the pandemic can be incredibly painful for people because they're just now coming into the harshness of that knowledge whereas he is like I've been dealing with this for you know twenty years and I've moved past that's why I'm feeling other things and I, think that's actually very similar to my own experience in the sense that I have. So deeply interrogated death and dying and what it means to die and all of these different systems that. People. Are Only now experiencing. So that's not where my attention is. You know I haven't been sitting around thinking about my own mortality lot or what it's going to mean for me to die because I've worked on that and I'm not dealing with the fear of death so much right now, but I am very fraught over the future of death and the future of the funeral industry. and. Every time that there's been a major. Mass. Death events in the United States history for pandemic nine hundred eighteen. World. War One World War Two. There has been a major shift after it happens so. I don't necessarily see myself as when when when covert first happened I thought it was important to to put out several videos talking about the realities and the funeral industry and You know are the dead bodies safe what we know etcetera but I don't really see myself as a leader mid pandemic I'm not like the leader we need right now you know I I don't see that. But what I do see is that I'm GonNa have a lot of work to do to continue to advocate and continue to show people a different way different options as we move out of this because people are not happy with how connected they are mortality right now they're not happy with what funerals are..

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"doughty d" Discussed on Talk Nerdy

Talk Nerdy

03:33 min | 5 months ago

"doughty d" Discussed on Talk Nerdy

"Mirrored beautifully in one of my other favorite living authors, Mary Roach with talking about concepts in a way that her fundamentally authentic and beautiful and human and respectful but also being able to be very clear in the language and not. Not Be so worried about being. Careful that you're. You're. Covering up the truth and sorry that's a long winded. I'll take that. You Blurb. My next book with. Lots of ellipses but yeah, it's it's it speaks specifically. I. Think to your newest book because what children do so well as they cut through the bullshit and they ask the questions that all of us are wondering but we've learned throughout our our lifespan living especially here in America that it's not okay to ask those questions kids don't know what's polite to do in society. So they just you know they ask and love that. Yeah. Again, I'm hoping to be all of America's weird aunt not just the Karen just like let you know Weird Anti Caitlin who? You know you never know what she's going to say but you know she has a she has some good points. And the thing is we can all be more like children because it's Culturally the taboos are so great that most of US ultimately unless we study this unless this is part of our. Academic or clinical or practical day to day we don't know the answers to any of these questions. Yeah. No An and it's really. Again I. It's. It's strange that I'm seeing as sort of a niche practitioner in some ways. Is the universal. It's literally the O- death and taxes not everybody pays taxes everybody. Has Sex. Everybody is like I. I am the most universal career of them. All Damn. You So you're right but but death and dying is niche even in industries that you think of as being fundamentally linked to these things like psychology is. Like the medical field. Medicine is designed to prevent your death guys like we're trying not that you're trying to have you not die but you do die. Something Italian for everyone it's something I've seen a lot as I read more about palliative care about hospice care about psycho oncology is that historically and still to a major extent today many practitioners actually feel like they failed when somebody moves into a hospice phase and so it's sort of like. Well, I'm no longer healing I'm even psychologists I mentally in my colleagues were. There like you WanNa work with dying people that so weird because our whole job is psychologist to help people get better and like there's no better, yes, there is like while you're dying, you're still alive and there's so much growth and development and I think we could say the same thing for even after you're dead, there's so much growth and development and love and meaning that. Exists that your family and yeah 'cause for other people you know and and that's one of the..

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"doughty d" Discussed on Talk Nerdy

Talk Nerdy

03:44 min | 5 months ago

"doughty d" Discussed on Talk Nerdy

"Embalm even if you're a Jewish funeral home or Muslim funeral home or a green funeral completely against your exactly why? Like you still you still have to go to school to become a funeral director and get an embalming license even if you WANNA open a Muslim funeral home and so having those barriers to entry. You should be able to go like if you know if you're. A I don't want to say okay. Let me see. Sorry just like zoned out now it's ten o'clock. have been talking all of. This this is my passion. So I. Truly. I. Just kind of like look at my fan just kind of went into. Like. About. I can get back on track your focus. A. So. I. Think this is important to talk about because if you come from a very specific religious group or ethnic group and it's important that you have certain rituals, people within your community should be able to open a very small funeral home to help you and. Your own practices, but the way that the barrier entries are set up now that's almost impossible unless you want to basically go to school and be trained in the ways of white capitalist funeral traditions. You cannot then go back and open your small funeral home without doing that. And that I bet you the lobby argues it like completely twist the logic insensitive. Choice, right like her thome you WanNa, handle all the options available. Those places don't have all the options. They're actually not serving the public the way that we dow. Well, that's the thing. Is that like the one of the things that I I really like about my funeral homes that we don't have all the options available The. The point is that we do kind of like the in and out of curiosity like we have a few things that we really well, we're not a diner that you need every single option because here's the thing. Even if you go to a funeral home that has all of these options and has a priceless, that's twenty pages long they're probably GonNa try and get you to do the exact same nor nor me thing. Waiver. To do you want you to buy this casket? They want you to have this viewing wanting to have this week they want you to have this funeral service followed by a witnessed burial. They're going to want you to all the same things even though they the sensibly offer all of these various things. Bright. The platinum package with seven atoms. So. So explain to those who are listening maybe a little bit about what your alternative funeral practice like what kind of your mission statement and how do you view the approach to serving the community at clarity funerals. Sure. So it's It's in the name The, we picked the name clarity because we wanted to emphasize transparency first and foremost. So we want if you call if you go to our website or if you call us because someone has died, we want you to immediately feel that we're not dodging around price questions. We're not dodging around service questions that were just very clear and concise about what we can offer you and what's on what's available to. You something else that we specialize in is family involvement. We love for family members to come in and dross they're deadlocked one..

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"doughty d" Discussed on Talk Nerdy

Talk Nerdy

03:29 min | 5 months ago

"doughty d" Discussed on Talk Nerdy

"Homes and funeral home owners have really invested everything in this idea of a traditional or conventional funeral, which means you have the hundred thousand dollar embalming room. You have the many thousand dollar caskets, room display. You have this fancy hearse you have this big chapel, you have the prayer cards, you have the relationships with the cemeteries you have all these things set up for a very specific type of funeral that more. and. More people especially, as we get into baby boomers gen-x potentially dying that's not what they want for the most part and less and less people are going to want that. But with the funeral industry attempts to do is attempts to set up laws making it hard for a family to choose or funeral home to open. That doesn't offer all of those things which is so frustrating lake and in what it What it really does is it develops a sense, a lacking of personal autonomy and of choice, and really of confidence I think what you end up seeing a lot of times is people saying I didn't know you could do that or isn't that illegal like that's a common refrain for people who want to be more involved. You can't just bury somebody in the ground right? There's like there's regulations around that and a lot of people don't realize that they. Themselves can like have the body in their home more. Can you transport a body like I don't even know yeah. Constantly people are saying I didn't know that and sometimes we actually lose a lot of families or people who were potentially going to come to us because you know they say, okay, we're going to have a service and we want the body there and of course we'll need embalming and we'll say you know you actually don't need in boming. Potentially offered to you, but here's all the reasons that you really don't need it and they are potentially made very uncomfortable by that because they just can't believe that it's possible to not do that because they had to do it with their mom and they had to do with their DADS of surely they have to do it now and it's not like it's deeply meaningful to them. It's not you know what we get from them. Is it the feedback that we want and bombing because it's sacred or we want it because it's aesthetically beautiful where we want it for very personal reasons it's just they want it because that's what they had before and were told they had to do. And it's it. I can only imagine that you know this vulnerability that people feel which can so easily be taken advantage of you know it comes down to wanting to do right by your loved ones. It comes down to wanting to celebrate them in death and do all of the things that you think they deserve, and so readily I can imagine that people's faiths. People's Religions, People's familial traditional practices can almost be twisted and bastardized in a way that that it adds to the sort of algorithm of predatory behavior again, and I think. Another important thing here is that when you make it by law in your state so much harder called ready to embalm laws, which I'm always happy to rail against meaning you gotta be ready to embalm if you're a funeral home at any time ready to.

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"doughty d" Discussed on Talk Nerdy

Talk Nerdy

05:07 min | 5 months ago

"doughty d" Discussed on Talk Nerdy

"Let's get back to the show And how weird that we like it's like it's already written right? Like we owe this check because we're all GONNA Freak Indah. There's this almost pressure that's over our heads that one day it's going to get expensive and hopefully I have you know good life insurance or I have good retirement money or whatever. But everybody is living longer most people are burning through their retirement. We're just not prepared. We're not prepared emotionally we're not prepared psychologically we're not prepared just from a pure. Perspective and then financially, really not prepared. No and if you and if the societal expectation or the expectation of of the people around you is that somehow going to be disrespectful if you're not paying twelve thousand dollars, you know the the actual the actual average funeral cost is between seven to ten thousand dollars. But that brings in a lot of places where things are a lot cheaper in Los, Angeles the average cost as much higher as you might have. But that's like the average meaning that we're also average meaning of the. Rural areas including a place where you can buy a burial plot for three thousand dollars you know like good luck. Getting anything in Los Angeles for. You can buy a grave for just your hand for three thousand. But yeah. It's it's. Really does what is the staff the that? two-thirds of people couldn't come up with four hundred dollars in a number righteous. Yeah. Just off hand like today liquid cash. Yeah. He can't do it and it's You know it's just not. Possible there was there was an interesting story of someone running for local government in Washington. WHO said you know I believe he was kind of a lefty and while he was saying was you know funeral costs are too high. We need to offer stipends to families and we're GONNA offer stipends of six hundred dollars or six thousand dollars and soon people's credit. I think people probably who were tagging me or who know this we're like. You know if you if you give if you if the stipend to six thousand dollars, the funeral directors will find a way to make it cost six thousand dollars. Yeah. They'll just it'll be bloated. Ideas have to cost anywhere near six thousand dollars. What we need to be doing is promoting here's what you can.

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"doughty d" Discussed on Talk Nerdy

Talk Nerdy

02:40 min | 5 months ago

"doughty d" Discussed on Talk Nerdy

"Don't know I keep using the word predatory adding I. Don't know if that's always the best word but that that movement that really does take advantage of people in a critical period when they're very distraught when they're overwhelmed how much of that? Is made possible because of our sort of denial listed culture because of our inability to. Have made the right decisions have been thinking about these things throughout the life span so that in those last critical moments were not paralyzed with fear and overwhelmed. Right, I mean there there are a lot of factors here and there are a lot of micro villains. In. The story. some of it absolutely comes from people's inability to talk about it and I don't put full blame on people who at the toughest time of their lives haven't researched cremation prices, right? That's not the time that you necessarily want to do it. Would it be great if that education was out there and do I constantly push that education? Absolutely. But you can see why that doesn't work all the time because because people are just not they're not in the mood to do it right then. And, then at the same time, you have this industry that's developed an and the sort of more modern aspect of huge corporations. You massive massive corporations that that run funeral homes and buy a bunch of funeral homes and they buy up cemeteries and just make make certain people incredibly wealthy on death and these funeral homes these certain funeral home corporations and companies. They've done studies that found that they charge. You can. You can say thousand literally thousands of dollars by just making a couple of phone calls and going across the street to a different funeral home or a smaller funeral home and people don't know that and. I think at this point, my my my current subject of my I R- I think more than anything is the federal government. It's our government and it's really only. Funeral service that low income people are forced to go to a private business for service and have no other choice right? You're not doing like an Austrian unless you want to turn your body over to be cremated state and never seen again. By the county or buried by the counter buried on. Hart Island in. New. York and you never get to see them or visit them ever again. I mean, you may be them, but it's incredibly difficult and you don't that's like Merit Pauper's grave. Grave situation unless you're going for the Pauper's grave.

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"doughty d" Discussed on Talk Nerdy

Talk Nerdy

04:56 min | 5 months ago

"doughty d" Discussed on Talk Nerdy

"They did a study of crowd funding sites for funerals and they found that you if you are a young and attractive, you're GONNA. Raise, more. Money. than. So we have very broken funerals system where the federal government doesn't even feel like it's necessary to offer financial support to families for funerals and we have a funeral poverty problem and you have to have this kind of popularity contest to get any support financial support from your community. So the people who are actually dying at eighty seven from Alzheimer's or a heart attack, they are not the charismatic dead that the public is looking for. Right, and then you add to that you know a big focus of the last interview that we did on the show, which is the sort of predatory nature of the modern funeral industry and overselling an up selling and putting people in a position where they feel guilt and shame if they're not willing to buy the best version of the casket or the best version of the headstone. So then you have this excessive poverty funeral funerary poverty where we're now people are feeling guilt and shame because they can't afford the best funeral off. Yeah, and and it's it's difficult because the reality is that. Wealthy people spend significantly less on funerals than low income people and I. Don't mean like versus their income I mean period whole number full stop yes. Because it's a conspicuous consumption related purchase it's it's something that I think especially people of color have been made to feel systemically over many years that it is a sign of how you make it in. America is having that kind of huge community funeral that costs maybe twelve thousand dollars. And I think I, think that is true in many in many You know guess I would say like low and communities low income communities across the country is feeling like that's how you show. You weren't. You weren't able to give this person especially never got the respect they deserve in life, and so we're going to do everything we can to show them respect in death and respect means money because of how we've set up this death system..

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"doughty d" Discussed on Talk Nerdy

Talk Nerdy

05:56 min | 5 months ago

"doughty d" Discussed on Talk Nerdy

"And that you can be that source of love and containment for them, which unfortunately, I think a lot of kids. Have attachment or develop attachment issues at this age when they do lose people because it's like well, mom can't even handle it or dad can't even handle my pain. So I don't WanNa bring that to them. Yeah, and you can have especially if you know if grandma dies let's say and it was your mother and your child is grieving it's it's OK agreed in front of them but just explain why you're doing it. You know explain why you're sad a great game. It's only close your door and. Take your questions like some sort of fifties housewife. Have be able to have that. Trust them to be around the hard things trust them to go to the funeral if that's what they want, don't force them to. To Walk Up and kiss the corpse if they don't WanNa do that. But but let them be there and let them participate in some way. You know, do they wanNA write a note and put it in the Casket Do they want to to hold grandma's hand. You know don't don't let them take the lead on what they'd like to do and you again will will give them a real sense of self reliance and confidence and confidence in you to let them to let them take the lead. Yeah. Because really when it comes down to it, you know I think it in our society and sort of a modern western. But definitely, especially American society the fear and denial around death and the medicalisation around death is so extreme that it's often become. Something that people don't even discuss like something that's taboo which to me is bananas considering how fundamental to the lived experience it is and how in so many cultures. It's a normal thing. People are around conversations around dead bodies they. Engage in funerary practices that are much more hands on and we're just a detached right, and that's not just affecting us as adults, but it's also affecting children. Yeah and I I love that's why my my biggest advice or my biggest remedy for the world is just a hang around corpses more. Preferably corpses. You knew in some way not just random ones that you come across but. The idea is that like the number one thing that I think could renew normalize death for us is just seeing the result of it. In a non threatening manner in the home more in the parlor and letting the kids be around it and letting everyone be around them. And knowing that that it's dangerous or it's not going to get out of control. It's just a just a dead body folks and that sort of it's interesting in in academic circles there's. There's a lot of people who liked to debate whether or not. We really have a denial of death in America or it's taboo what those exact terms mean academically. And people say that it's not denial because we're you know we have horror movies and we have horror on the news and we're constantly watching TV shows and cop shows that deal with death and we watch true crime and we're very engaged with that but. I would argue it's not just like pure death that weren't and I of its normalized death that we're denial of you're probably as many true crime podcast as you listen to. You're probably not going to be murdered in a terrible way by your intimate partner and thrown off a cliff and found two months later that that is not.

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"doughty d" Discussed on Talk Nerdy

Talk Nerdy

05:26 min | 5 months ago

"doughty d" Discussed on Talk Nerdy

"And people are dying and I think it just. Completely skews our sense of Lucia rate. I think it's kind of thrown a lot of people and again this is this is my bias which is coalescing well with your splits thrown a lot of people into this very existential place where they are thinking about things that they didn't think about before were they are almost being forced to be introspective and forced to be meditative or if they're still not willing to go to that kind of like what you know some philosophers called the onto logical motive being then they're just avoiding it at all costs with all sorts of weird filler and I think combine that with a lack of external cues. Usually are days pass because we have. Patterns and systems, and that's often what psychologists help people who are struggling with feeling really uncontained develop in their lives. Right it's like if you have daily routines and that's going to help you start to feel like you have more control and right now I think everybody's routine is out the window. Yeah. Everyone's between certainly out the window and it feels to me at least people in my in my orbit or colleagues it feels like you either have to really face some. Difficult things that are being brought to the surface in which case you're probably moving yourself forward. But you're also having maybe facing depression refacing anxiety because these things are coming up and you are willing to face them and engage them or you're denying them and losing your mind a little bit and acting out and doing some things that represent your were self that you might never normally feel comfortable doing but there's a high cost to repressing Durkan's Oh. Absolutely. You know it's I'm so glad that we have the opportunity I. Wish it could be in person, but of course, Cova But I'm so glad that we have the opportunity to get back together and to talk about a lot of these concepts you know, I want to talk about obviously what you dive into in the book but I also want to talk about where things are with your funeral practice and before. We even get into that. I thought you should know for kind of context in reference the last time we talked I remember you were at my old house with me I think I was thinking about going back to school or maybe you're telling me about yeah, like it was like an idea in my head or maybe I was like doing research I am now a fourth year PhD Student and Right and I specialize an existential psychotherapy and my research area and I. Just started a new clinical area My research is in death and dying and my clinical area. is in psycho oncology in the a cancer clinic I. Love It. Say I. Love that for you. For. Your that's fantastic. So Right. Yeah. I'm..

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"doughty d" Discussed on Telescope: Life in the Time of Corona

Telescope: Life in the Time of Corona

03:41 min | 7 months ago

"doughty d" Discussed on Telescope: Life in the Time of Corona

"Reform some of the systems that are creating inequalities in the funeral, industry and beyond. And that gives Caitlyn hope. I, am ready to see what this younger generation! Comes out of this like and what kind of activism and advocacy and relationship with us. They will have because I'm I know that. Of course parents are afraid and they want to say immediately if my kids are going to be damaged by this, and they're going to be traumatized by this, and that may indeed be true, but I'm also interested to see the resilience that comes out of it and the new attitudes towards death that comes out of it. Twenty twenty is yearning screaming really for change. You can see it in the news in the streets in the hospitals in the capital. CAITLYN's hopeful that the grief of this moment will cure us of our death anxiety and bring us a few steps closer to reckoning with how we can ensure that everyone can have a good death. Both before their last breath and after. I hope that this younger generation is going to push whatever advocacy myself and my colleagues have done even further because if they can say I essentially grew up in the middle of a pandemic in all this death, and that is made me feel this WanNa do this WanNa change. This one overthrow this system. I'm all for it I, so I wanNA. Have a more hopeful. Sense of what their connection with death can possibly how it could possibly lead change. CAITLIN continues to advocate for death positively on her website, the order of the good death. And in her practice as a funeral director. Although covid nineteen initially took some of the intimacy away from Caitlyn's funeral home. For the moment she started allowing visitations again. Caitlin is doing everything she can to make sure. Families concede their dead loved ones care for them before they're laid to rest and hopefully gain some peace in the process, and that's what ritual offers us is an opening and closing. Thanks to Kaitlin Dodie for speaking to us. Before we leave you today. I WanNa let you know if he didn't already that Neon does a lot of other things besides telescope. We're producing a whole series of original shows that are coming out this fall, and we've recently partnered with a number of media organizations to produce shows like motive for murder with NBC dateline. If you're interested. In other projects at Neon, has under a bell. You can go to our website. neon home, DOT COM and sign up for our newsletter. You'll find interesting behind the scenes detail about the stories we do here on telescope. But you'll also hear about all the other great shows that we have for you, so check us up..

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Washington Capitals' Nicklas Backstrom Scores As His Own Agent With 5-Year, $46 Million Extension

ESPN On Ice with Wyshynski and Kaplan Show

01:34 min | 1 year ago

Washington Capitals' Nicklas Backstrom Scores As His Own Agent With 5-Year, $46 Million Extension

"In the time since we last did. ESPN and ice the PODCAST. ESPN talk about hockey nick. Backstrom made agents irrelevant relevant. That's that's fascinating. Yeah well I mean if everyone could just have as good a relationship that Niklas backstrom seems to have heavily on the tire. capitals organization. Then we wouldn't agents at all five years forty six million dollars. An average annual value of nine point two million against the CAP. Some bonus stuff like he did the thing I mean maybe maybe agent could have got more ridiculous term or something but I mean from a dollar but dollars perspective. He did quite my good from self and he keeps his own agency. I mean this is genius like the how much more in real dollars Nick backstrom get for the agents out of the equation. He's quite smart. And I've gotta say the One guy that's probably quite not happy about this. Is Brandon Hopi. Because this is kind of foreshadowing what I believe to be true. Is that the capitals now will not enough money to sign Hopi to a long term extension. They haven't talked yet and it's now the earliest Samsonov era but look good on Niklas backstrom. He's making the other guys like drew doughty. Who didn't get the best deal when he did it himself? Look kinda dumb and the caps got this guy for another five years. Look I understand what you're saying about Hopi. I completely understand that I get it. I get the capital's goaltending situation that said if he fires is agent and hires Nick Backstrom. I'm sure he'll get the deal that he's looking for with the capitals officials. Nick Backstrom is now the new Pat Brisson. This is the second career

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Washington Capitals' Nicklas Backstrom Scores As His Own Agent With 5-Year, $46 Million Extension

ESPN On Ice with Wyshynski and Kaplan Show

01:34 min | 1 year ago

Washington Capitals' Nicklas Backstrom Scores As His Own Agent With 5-Year, $46 Million Extension

"In the time since we last did. ESPN and ice the PODCAST. ESPN talk about hockey nick. Backstrom made agents irrelevant relevant. That's that's fascinating. Yeah well I mean if everyone could just have as good a relationship that Niklas backstrom seems to have heavily on the tire. capitals organization. Then we wouldn't agents at all five years forty six million dollars. An average annual value of nine point two million against the CAP. Some bonus stuff like he did the thing I mean maybe maybe agent could have got more ridiculous term or something but I mean from a dollar but dollars perspective. He did quite my good from self and he keeps his own agency. I mean this is genius like the how much more in real dollars Nick backstrom get for the agents out of the equation. He's quite smart. And I've gotta say the One guy that's probably quite not happy about this. Is Brandon Hopi. Because this is kind of foreshadowing what I believe to be true. Is that the capitals now will not enough money to sign Hopi to a long term extension. They haven't talked yet and it's now the earliest Samsonov era but look good on Niklas backstrom. He's making the other guys like drew doughty. Who didn't get the best deal when he did it himself? Look kinda dumb and the caps got this guy for another five years. Look I understand what you're saying about Hopi. I completely understand that I get it. I get the capital's goaltending situation that said if he fires is agent and hires Nick Backstrom. I'm sure he'll get the deal that he's looking for with the capitals officials. Nick Backstrom is now the new Pat Brisson. This is the second career

Moths Flee or Face Bats Depending on Toxicity

60-Second Science

02:30 min | 1 year ago

Moths Flee or Face Bats Depending on Toxicity

"About twelve thousand species of Tiger Tiger Moth Earth. Some of them swoop and dive out of harm's way when Hungary bat tries to make them a meal but other tiger moth species are more blase I say they just don't bother to flee from Hungary bats and I really just wanted to know why why the difference what factors might be influencing whether a species. She's is more or less likely to perform these. Evasive maneuvers. Wake Forest University behavioral ecologist. Nick Dowdy he says it's a matter of taste i. Some of the malls are delicious but others are toxic and tastes terrible when the airborne predators catch these unappetizing moths. They'll spit them out. Giving bring the insects a new lease on life in a field experiment dowdy and his colleague William Connor filmed health five different species of tiger. Moths responded to bat attacks. Ax and what we found. was that those species which were really toxic so when the bats captured them they almost never ate them. Those species are much more likely likely to be. What we call nonchalance species that do not perform evasive maneuvers very often on the other hand species that were really palatable? We're much more likely to perform those evasive maneuvers. Almost in a sense sort of hedging their bets because if they don't make that escape if they are captured by a bat those species these are more likely to be another factor. Is that evasive maneuvers. have their own set of risks which may be why unpalatable. Moths tend to avoid them for for example diving away from Bats Burns fuel gives the insects less time to seek out mates and could expose them to other perils such as getting stuck in water or there could be predators on the ground like mice and other mammals the study is in the Journal. Frontiers in ecology and evolution. Doughty is now trying to identify The chemical compounds responsible for making some tiger. Moths taste bad wants. Those findings are in chemical analysis of museum. Specimens could help reveal l. how rare endangered or even extinct insects have behaved around predators. Study animal behavior even without a living organism. That's pretty amazing. Other animals with conspicuous warning signals such as garishly coloured poison dart frogs and foul smelling skunks are also tone to be slow. Movers perhaps a few deadly toxic or just plain stink can pay to be

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Predators Sign Captain Roman Josi to Eight-Year Contract

ESPN On Ice with Wyshynski and Kaplan Show

05:02 min | 1 year ago

Predators Sign Captain Roman Josi to Eight-Year Contract

"It's ESPN and ice but yes for ESPN talks about hockey I'm grateful NHL Writer I'm Emily Kaplan National Nhl reporter indeed you are so today the big finally get some actual hockey news talk about other than like injuries and stuff the Nashville predators call the press conference today like everybody be at the arena like eleven thirty 'cause we got a lot of things to talk about Oh what could it be could it be everybody knew immediately was the Roman you'll see extension eight years the Max nine point zero five nine for number fifty nine on the for this contract making Roman Yo see the third highest paid defensemen via the CAP heading into next season behind only Eric Carlson Andrew he is twenty nine currently will be turning thirty on June first of next year so emily we think of this contract firstly after talk about this trend this is the NHL trend. I feel of the last eighteen months when you sign a new contract it has to have some owed to your Jersey number in it and it's just ridiculous to me it's too cutesy it doesn't make any sense I don't know if the players leaving money on the table I'm not the team is like besides looking cute and a press release what is the purpose I will say this as well kind of a beat trend when you consider that Wayne Gretzky's numbers retired or all around the league and no one can ninety nine ninety nine it'd be the number I would use if you're going to pull the contract mullarkey that's for sure but I look I think that Roman Yosi over the last couple of years I've been one of the most consistent and best defencemen in the League he's a guy that we should be talking about enormous conversations probably over the next two to three years that's what level is at the most shocking part about it to me is the no movement clause because that is something that David Poile infamously does not give out here and Piranha or the only guys on the roster who have it and you mentioned his age he's about to turn thirty of this brings him to what thirty nine years old we're at a time where hey the blackhawks are playing the predators tonight on Tuesday recording this and we're talking about thirty four year old Brent seabrook halfway through his contract with a new movement clause that is looking pretty bad and getting scrapped for the second straight day and I don't think that Romeo who's on that same exact trajectory but we see why these things do become troublesome down the road right so doughty's contract was thirteen point eight four percent of the cap when he signed it trying to or Carlson's contract when he signed his this past summer accounted for fourteen point four seven percent of the cap and then Romeo Issues contract is eleven point one you percent of the cavs so greg numbers you get the sense that that's often couch come on what am I I always I always I was wave past math in high school I went in the back of the book copy down every a answer every lake odd-numbered question had the answer and then just a bunch of nonsense on top of it and hope that was right and if I was right like my goal was like a seventy five just get me through it did what I could so get degrees get the feeling that this this salary this is for the contract probably settles in around this much it's down from where the Romans camp was looking for they wanna like nine five it probably settles in around here because partially because of the trade protection that's that's a hell of a caveat from Poi- like you said and and because of it you know this this number on the open market is over ten I think for a defense of his of his vision Ilk we've been talking a lot about Albatross lately insofar as him being a Ufa and you know these kinds of guys don't become available when you look at a team like for apple like the Vegas Golden Knights like we've talked about for the things Golden Knights are loaded up front they've got a goalie they don't have a foundational defensive another Blue Line there's don't Roman he's one expert says one both these guys could have been available summer now one of them's off the market and you've got to pay for that so yes the term is frightening because like you said Brent seabrook cautionary tale right absolutely frightening term on this I will note that according to cap friendly the the contract is structured with all a bunch of signing bonus money in the first four years so all the way until twenty four when he'll be turning like thirty four right so that's just a little note little caveat no signing bonus money for the last four years and you know just there are ways to get around things but for the moment eight years over nine million dollars for one of the best defense in the League and the predators obviously if you look at the ages on that oster the next four years of very important

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"doughty d" Discussed on The Thinking Atheist

The Thinking Atheist

02:33 min | 1 year ago

"doughty d" Discussed on The Thinking Atheist

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"doughty d" Discussed on Kickass News

Kickass News

10:53 min | 1 year ago

"doughty d" Discussed on Kickass News

"Average family in Los Angeles some of our fancy funeral cemetery establishments. Were talking a hundred thousand dollars for a plot. It's pretty bonkers so so there's all sorts of things that are potentially to do but something. I've been fascinated about. Recently is the idea of grave recycling and this is interesting because it's what what most other countries in the world do that's right. I remember the last book idea that you only get a certain amount of time in your grave. You're releasing a grave. You're not owning being a grave. You're renting it in perpetuity not a perpetual patule burial perpetual care of cemetery so when grandma goes into so I was just in Brazil recently and they have something called the necropole which is thirteen or fourteen stories high. It looks like a resort hotel but it's all crips it's all Mariel and they only get three years in their crept before they are then removed and the last little bits of flesh are taken off and those bones are either cremated. We're they're put in an Ossuary which is a special place for bones and then that spat spot is opened up and people can go in. I'm so I think it would really be who've the United States to think more critically about men if that's something that we're willing to do it. Here's the thing that I've wondered about it though what happens financially when a cemetery fills up because because tell me if I'm wrong here but my perception is that most cemeteries are essentially a pyramid scheme aren't they. I mean they have to keep bringing in new quote unquote paying bodies in order to cover the cost of the maintenance and security including all those old graves that aren't paying and there may be one hundred years old. I've never said it that way but that's actually a pretty good way to put it exactly and I think that there are a lot of if you go to say New England and you just can't swing a cat without finding finding an old old timey cemetery from the revolutionary era the civil war era there are everywhere these cemeteries and a lot of them are in intense intense disrepair or the headstone crumbling or falling beneath and that is potentially the future for a lot of our cemeteries because yeah you're paying for for perpetual care. You're supposed to be paying for forever when you buy this plot but if the whole thing fills up where's that money really you know unless S. you've really thought it out and set it up or you can get more land next to it too right continue to bring in more fresh money to keep everything going. It's going to be a problem problem. They've had issues in Chicago a couple of different cities recently with just real neglect of of older cemeteries. I is it a situation where I don't up. Public entities like cities and counties are taking them over eventually certain point to pay for them sometimes but we also have a long history in the united estates of people building targets over these types of cemeteries building freeways or just bulldozing in and kind of ignoring the the people who we're buried there especially if they weren't wealthy people or white people or you know the kind of cemeteries that historical societies would come in and say wait. No no no stop. Stop the boulders early yeah so it is an but I also think that this is part of the conversation to have is should the goal then be forever. Wherever you know should the goal be we have to maintain this grave forever and if it's important to you and your family and the answer is yes but if maybe you're willing and to say maybe you'll have a natural burial and maybe it's okay if I- decompose into the ground and my entire body is gone within a couple of years you know when I completely we become part of the earth and then you put a plaque with my name on nearby you know is that just as valid as the idea of here's my headstone forever now another form of renewable corpse disposal comes up in the book Someone Asks You. I don't know who asked you this. We eat dead chicken. WHY NOT DEAD PEOPLE PEOPLE. I'm not opposed to that. I mean in this day and age. It's cruelty free meet you know it's environmentally conscious and I mean if we die the wild. Something's GonNa eat us whether it's maggots or coyotes anyways might as well be in other human. I think that what they've discovered and what scientists discovered is is that beyond the general taboo though there are many tribes historically that have or in or groups that have used mortuary cannibalism which is the idea of eating your own dead right and so it's not a you know we're going to steal the skull of another drive. It's it's simply we consumer own dead for myriad eight of reasons like bringing them back into the fold keeping them alive through this kind of cannibalism when you really get into it it makes a lot of sense while they're doing it but the idea the real science behind it is that humans just don't provide a lot of good calories a lot of good proteins that other animals do so. I think that at a certain time evolution airily if humans had proven to be this incredibly delicious like nutrient rich rich like bang for your buck type of meat then our history might be a little different but they're just they're really not. They're not that there were a lot of fat or a lot of like stringing not very good meat and we don't have a ton of calories to us so I think it's just not a great foods or okay. Another question question here is what if they make a mistake and they bury me in a coma now. This is something that actually used to happen. They used to have the caskets with the bell attached to the gravestone engaged engage. You got buried. Does that still happen anymore. It was a real Victorian preoccupation of the idea that we're going to be buried alive and they would do these pretty. Eh intense tests like sticking needles under your nails in your heart and your eyeballs. Which of course if you actually work dead waking up to have a needle for your heart might kill you anyway without even wake you up from a coma? No so I mean I'm no. I'm no doctor but no so I think that whenever you you hear now about somebody waking up in a morgue first of all it's incredibly rare but it's a huge deal when it happens because we're so preoccupied with and even in our cultural imagination but it tends to be a much less developed country. Where the person was you know. It's always it's like spoiler. That person was never dead to begin with. No one's waking up from the dead they were just in a coma or they were breathing so shallowly or their pulse was so oh low and the people who declared them dead were not great at their jobs or were just you know a family member and thought they were dead and they weren't really dead but that that just doesn't really happen in our modern medical system. We're not and also for example in California California. I have a certain amount of time that I have to wait to get all these permits before I can bury or cremate someone so and most people who are buried tend to be involved bald so if you weren't dead before the ball may you will certainly be dead after the chemical procedure that drain the blood from your body and replaces it with formaldehyde. The idea of being trapped in a big casket that you can't get out of is just not. It's it's terrible. I I'm CLAUSTROPHOBIC freaked me out but it's just not gonNA happen. Another person asks you. Why was my grandmother's body wrapped in cellophane her close. This one gets to what I think is the bane of every morticians existence right leakage leakage yeah. It's like Fossa like morticians. It's it's the idea there's many reasons that the body would leak first of all wounds after you die do not heal okay so once once it's over there's no more healing regenerating of the skin and we're regenerating generating of healing a wound after someone dies so if they had bed sores were they had some. o- wound on establishing older people especially in nursing homes or incredibly magic medically fragile people tend to have wounds matter being treated but again. They're not gonNA he'll There's something called ended. Dima which is the buildup of fluid in the body that that will literally leak out really through the skin and what you don't want as a funeral director is is to lay grandma out for viewing in there's two hundred people coming in from prominent parts of the community to see her body and there she is just leaking fluid do it over her nice blouse so they're all of these traits downward dishes us to to keep her contained in that way if she has a more difficult situation so one of them is basically up sort of cover all onesie like almost like one of those onesies that you see in like a Bola Lua dramas that fully covers their body from the toe and then another thing is is Saran wrap kind of the old fashioned option is just too if you have the big wound on your arm or you had ivy's in your arm and this is leaking just wrap it up with Saran wrap and that will contain now leaking long enough to to view the body Is there some material. That's a morticians best friend when you're trying to prepare a body. There's a there's a lot I mean I would say. The most basic one is something like superglue or some of glue because the lips dehydrate and then the lips will pull apart limb together with the eyes might open slide open a little bit and you have to make sure they're slammed down own for doing. It's really I mean. Bodies are are fairly unruly. They're unruly in life and their unruly in death. Well real quickly before we go now. I'm curious. Have you given much thought to what happens. When you die whether or not there's an afterlife. Is that something that you think about much. I think about it. I personally have really come to the conclusion that I don't go anywhere that I go into the void and the the idea of the void really haunts a lot of people the floating around and nothing blackness but but this is an Oldie but goodie understanding that you didn't you weren't conscious before you were born right and I think it's that same sort of shutting sitting down of the brain and consciousness when you die and for me that seems relaxing. I try the meditation APPS. I can't get my brain to slow down. It would be great if I could just go into the void where I need not fret about that parking ticket. I didn't pay or whatever it is and that that is a sort of heaven to me again. The book is called. We'll my cat eat my eyeballs big questions from tiny mortals about death. Caitlyn Dodie. Thanks so much for document. Thank you for having me back..

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Texas Tech football player hospitalized after shooting at Lubbock apartment complex

KRLD Sunday Morning News

00:25 sec | 1 year ago

Texas Tech football player hospitalized after shooting at Lubbock apartment complex

"Authorities and school officials say at Texas Tech university football player was one of two people shot following an altercation. Lubbock police spokeswoman Tiffany pelts says the shooting happened around six pm Saturday at an apartment complex about one mile east of campus. Pelts shots were fired after a confrontation at the complex swimming pool. Texas Tech spokesman Matt doughty confirmed one of the people hospitalized with redshirt freshman defensive lineman. John Scott, the

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Kyle Guy hits 3 free throws with 0.6 left, Virginia shocks Auburn in Final Four

WIBC Programming

00:27 sec | 2 years ago

Kyle Guy hits 3 free throws with 0.6 left, Virginia shocks Auburn in Final Four

"The winner will get the Virginia Cavaliers coming up on Monday night for the national championship and finished. We had with that ballgame Kyle guy from Lawrence central high school here in here at Indianapolis six tenths of a second cow guy all three does after he was found. By auburn's Samir doughty to give Virginia the sixty three sixty to win tied Rome. Lead Virginia twenty one points cow guy. Fifteen de'andre hunter with

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NHL Projections

Hockey Today

03:12 min | 2 years ago

NHL Projections

"Canadians. I think are better position than say the blue jackets who have to take on the Bruins. Now, the Bruins. They're just playing out the string as well. And they've lost two in a row. They lost a Florida and Detroit back to back night. So is it going to can you envision Boston losing three in a row? So that could be tougher spot of the blue jackets against Boston. And then the hurricanes are in Toronto to take on the Maple Leafs may believes already clinched a playoff berth second back to back. So right now, it looks like the blue jackets might have the tougher of those three games and looking at the standings in the Eastern Conference. Here's the way it looks. Columbus says the first wildcard would ninety four points. Carolina the second ninety three Montreal as a point back, but Montreal's at a bit of a dilemma because they've got one less Rowen than Carolina four less road Wednesday in Columbus. So Montreal needs to pass Columbus. They're gonna have to do it be the points. They're not gonna wanna tie breaker against the blue jackets. So really they look at being behind by three points to Columbus instead of two because tying them is not going to help now at Carolina. They're only one back in the row wins and with three games still left. They still could pass him in Rowen. Wins. So Montreal still has a chance. Everybody else in the Eastern Conference, mathematically eliminated, Florida, Philadelphia, the Rangers and the like so that's three spots. Two teams are going to get a mantra on the outside looking in. So every game becomes a must win. So should be fun. Watching those teams go at tonight penguins. Still can get home ice. They're going to be in Detroit to take on the Red Wings the front end of a home and home for the penguins jets and wild from Minnesota can eliminate the wild jets trying to clinch the central stars and the flyers stars pretty much locked in. They could still possibly when you look at the standings in the central division. The Dallas Stars have eighty nine points to nationals ninety four. So they're not going to be moving and they have three point cushion on Colorado with three to play so Dallas trying to avoid dropping to the second wildcard. But really when you think about it from a matchup standpoint, they probably wouldn't mind dropping to the last wildcard. 'cause they match a. Better with Calgary. They seem to have the flames number so Dallas in that nebulous position. They know they're in the playoffs. But you know, do you want the first wildcard the second wildcard avalanche and the Oilers Oilers, mathematically eliminated the avalanche again only got one point in their game in hand, but very winnable game catching the orders and the second back-back, but the avalanche also playing in the second back to back will the avalanche. Go back with grew. Our who's been their best goaltender. He played last night in that loss in overtime. And shootout to the Saint Louis blues that's huge sharks and the Canucks kings in the coyotes big for the coyotes two points back winnable game looks like the kings are pretty much mailed in law seventy two last night to the flames drew doughty after the game says he wishes you could play all of the rest of the games in succession. He just looking to get this miserable season over with. So maybe the coyotes can take advantage and beat the Los Angeles Kings. But the coyotes are going to need some help to get into the postseason, but still what an incredible story the retort about the coyotes on the last Tuesday of the race. Season which just three games left. Still be mathematically alive the playoffs. Something anybody saw that coming at the beginning of the

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 Kings beat Blackhawks 3-2 on Doughty's power-play goal in OT

WGN Radio Theatre with Carl Amari and Lisa Wolf

00:35 sec | 2 years ago

Kings beat Blackhawks 3-2 on Doughty's power-play goal in OT

"Hockey kings win here tonight, three two in overtime on a drew doughty goal. And that's Doughty's. Seventh goal on the season. All of them have been scored on the power play the kings did get a late power play because of penalty assessed Jonathan caves at four thirty of overtime. And boy the kings made it tell they did get the puck all the hawks were able to clear it out of there in the kings did regain the hawk zone. Doughty firing the game winning marker just a tough way to lose. The hawks outshot the kings the hockey game thirty five to twenty nine, but it just didn't get the

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Kendall Coyne Schofield first woman to compete in All-Stars skills competition

Anchor: John Evans

01:13 min | 2 years ago

Kendall Coyne Schofield first woman to compete in All-Stars skills competition

"For northern California hockey fans at the tank that's the shark tank where the sharks play they had the skills competition tonight. Edmonton star Connor mcdavid won the fastest skater competition beat out six other all stars as well as US women's hockey star kindle Coyne. She impressed everyone as she scooted around the ice. Among the other winners were Calgary's Johnny Godhra who was the best in the puck control contest of the Rangers goalie, Henrik Lundqvist Lundqvist won the best goalie competition Edmonton's Leandra Seidel won the premier passing event in L. A defenseman drew doughty. Meanwhile, was asked what impresses most about some of these younger players who are taking part in the all star competition. Some of these guys moves in the in the shootout, and they're all the young guys to the guys for one or two years. Some of the stuff they can do in those shootouts. They're amazing and obviously the puck candling drill. I thought was pretty cool to the how quick they can give up on their stick. I can't do that. Drew doughty of the LA kings, not a favorite among sharks fans, but he takes all the rich. Bidding and all the the jeers good naturedly. And of course, the face off tomorrow night's games at five o'clock our time for the NHL all-star warriors back on the court also tomorrow at the same time, five o'clock, west coast time, eight o'clock east coast time, they'll be looking for a tenth straight win. It's going to

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Chevy's First Full-Size Lego Model Is A Silverado Trail Boss

The Inside Outside Guys

01:04 min | 2 years ago

Chevy's First Full-Size Lego Model Is A Silverado Trail Boss

"Hundred LT trail boss and is built as part of the brand's partnership with the legal movie to the second part. It has the same dimensions as a twenty nineteen trail boss, but at three thousand three hundred and seven pounds it substantially lighter than the five thousand and eight pound metal truck the truck was built at one of the Lagos model shops in Connecticut by nineteen people officials say it took them two thousand hours to assemble all three hundred and thirty. Thirty four thousand pieces which make up the body the lights and even the wheels and tires. Elizabeth Crenshaw w j news it's that time of the year when we reach out to the homeless with gifts of cash and clothing, however, Detroit Rescue mission ministries, president and CEO. Dr doughty

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California lawmakers vote to abandon fossil-fuel electricity

KNX Evening News with Diane Thompson

00:35 sec | 2 years ago

California lawmakers vote to abandon fossil-fuel electricity

"California. Would accelerate efforts to generate most. Of the state's electricity from carbon free, sources and set a goal, of phasing out fossil fuels entirely by twenty forty five. Under, legislation passed by the assembly the Bill next goes to the Senate for a procedural vote and then the governor Brown for a signature right now the law requires. By the year twenty thirty utilities in California must get. Half the rent energy from wind solar and, other renewable sources Democrats for the most part applauded the move and several celebrities chimed in with their vocal. Support including, Al Gore Arnold Schwarzenegger Leonardo DiCaprio Republicans. Charge it would put it. Increased bird Don financially strapped families

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Ebola: medics brace for new cases as DRC outbreak spreads

Dr. Daliah

05:16 min | 2 years ago

Ebola: medics brace for new cases as DRC outbreak spreads

"I. evolve spreading to the Democratic, Republic of Congo conflict zone and. This is a scenario that, health officials have been dreading so a week, after the World. Health Organization said we're clear of latest Ebola epidemic this new one popped up. Which is why I would just say guys don't jinx anything just do not say an epidemic is done or a. Little. Outbreak has done don't say that because something always pops up and I understand you want tourists and trade and industry to calm down. Relax. But you, know a lot, of times, we speak too soon Well they say the, outbreak in. The, Democratic Republic of Congo has spread to a city surrounded by rebels they said creating. Challenger challenges that responders are dreading they said one probable case. Of one suspected case of emerged of the city, of OH in VR sees North. Kivu province and a we, chat self is not under rebel control Salama, Peter Salama who. Is World Health organizations emergency response chief said the city is entirely surrounded by. Territory held by a feared you Ugandan insurgent group known as the allied democratic forces so they say for the first, time. We have a, confirmed case in an area with high insecurity This is a problem we were, anticipating at a problem at the same time we were dreading Okay in order for, us to stop Ebola from local regional and then global spread you need to get in there. You need to be. Able to take control and you need to nip it, in the bud Well if you can't get in there because it's an. Area. Controlled by insurgents or a group that could possibly do harm to you an aid workers you hesitate and a. Day two days three days maybe weeks or months go by and evola can spread like wildfire They say large numbers, of civilians have been killed by unrest, around Oita, aid workers priest government employers are currently being held hostage thereby insurgents So how do, we, get in there to start to contain the outbreak And, if the insurgents are already killing civilians and you say guys you know Avala killing some of the civilians. Are they really going to be that open to letting people come in See I I I love negotiate guys look I, don't, want you, guys get the Abullah so can you let us get in their door staff or get the people out But you're not really supposed to call. Them evil people patients that are being afflicted. With alleged Avila suspected of anyway so this outbreak is the tenth to hit the DRC since one thousand nine hundred seventy. Six this remember, has been around since the. Seventies it's just the the biggest outbreaks happened back in two thousand fourteen in the two thousand fourteen to two thousand sixteen epidemic so this latest what. Began on August one so we're about twenty four days into. It and it's already killed sixty three people out of one. Hundred three confirmed or possible cases and Salama warned health workers were expected at least one additional wave of cases so. Now these cases of made containing the virus more difficult so how do they operate in, complex environments and u., n. teams are only allowed travel to. Each, with armed escorts so if the. Number, patients or contacts of patients in the city. Searches the logistical hurdles not only the cows the cost will mount according to CBS News and, so the World Health Organization. Has been criticized on its handling of the two thousand thirteen thousand sixty in west Africa epidemic and we talked about that that killed about eleven thousand. Three hundred people so we'll Health Organization has pledged to revamp. Its response systems what went wrong back then well I think. A lot of things I think we were in the throes of a politically correct movement and so when people you. Know suggested while let's quarantine let's not let people come to the United States if they, traveled there let's try, and examine them that you know the You know with I think people were hitting gloving because they. Didn't want to you know? They, didn't want to trample on anyone's rights they didn't want to be politically incorrect remember there was that. Nurse that was pitchy she ended, up being right but she was furious that our government quarantined her because she could have been. At risk of having A Bola and spreading it And she threw the, biggest fed and I don't blame her I wouldn't wanna be quarantined if I didn't have to but sometimes to limit an epidemic We sometimes have to do, some things that aren't very popular And, after we had that one gentleman that. Came to New York I think it was on the,

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Musk bid for Tesla: no formal offer, no firm deals with advisers

Politics, Policy, Power and Law

00:43 sec | 2 years ago

Musk bid for Tesla: no formal offer, no firm deals with advisers

"Tesla's board has formed a committee to evaluate an offer by CEO Elon Musk to potentially go private we get the details from Bloomberg's pitchy Sikora this. Comes a day after the chief executive officer revealed more on who will advise him and help fund the potential deal the committee hasn't received a formal proposal from us and hasn't. Reached any. Conclusion on whether taking tesla private. Is advisable or feasible musk touched off the process a week ago with a, highly unconventional announcement of an effort to take a company off the public markets in a tweet late Monday the chairman and CEO said he's getting advice from Goldman Sachs. And private equity Firm silver lake and had lined up legal advisers he also says doughty Arabia I. Approached, him. With interest in taking tesla private, early

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Veterinarians Say Pet Owners Are Hurting Animals to Get Opioids

Ric Edelman

00:47 sec | 2 years ago

Veterinarians Say Pet Owners Are Hurting Animals to Get Opioids

"And it seems unbelievable but it has some better Canarian concerned enough. To issue a warning concern that pet owners could be using their pets to get their own hands on opioids a recent. Study conducted by the Colorado school of public health says that veterinarians report that some of their clients may intentionally hurt. Their. Pet in order to get prescription painkillers thirteen percent. Of the one hundred and eighty, nine vets, surveyed say they. Believed that, a client purposely injured a pet to. Gain access to the drugs while nearly forty five percent of the group knew that a pet owner or a member of their, team was abusing opioids these findings are behind a new push for online training centers on opioid prescription

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Dr Charles Snyder, US and Robert Fuller discussed on The Best of Investing with Edward Brown

The Best of Investing with Edward Brown

02:03 min | 2 years ago

Dr Charles Snyder, US and Robert Fuller discussed on The Best of Investing with Edward Brown

"Of. Snarled streets and stranded riders in Barcelona we got a report from correspondent Rhonda rock stra taxi, drivers in the popular Spanish tourist destination continued their strike protesting ride hailing apps like Uber and camouflage hundreds of hacks Proctor cabs in the middle of the ground via Saturday were some drivers spent. The night in their vehicles war intense the strike started Wednesday for judge decided to suspend the need for additional. Authorization, for ride hailing companies to operate meanwhile Uber. And suspended services after, taxi supporters assaulted several of their drivers Rhonda rockstar reporting the death toll from a strong earthquake that struck Indonesia's popular tourist island of Lombok today has risen to fourteen with one hundred sixty people hurt the quake damaged more than one thousand, houses and was felt in nearby Bali but no damage or casualties were reported their. News and analysis, at townhall dot com I'm Michael Harrington The US now has the highest maternal mortality rate of. Any developed nation Dr Charles Snyder and tells us about efforts to improve. Care after delivery US women are waiting until later life to have children in this may explain the paradox of more complications in pregnancy. Despite obstetric care, the American culture obstetrics gynecology is calling health insurers to support routine maternal ongoing care after birth rather than. Warm isolated visit this is Dr Charles Snyder reporting from Washington. Today of Sunday July the twenty ninth and it's a birthday for, some notable people, including, former Senator, Nancy Kassebaum Baker She's eighty, six, years old Actor Robert fuller. Turns eighty five former. Senator Elizabeth. Dole is eighty two Acura David Warner has seventy seven, candles on, his, birthday cake rock musician Neal doughty of. REO speedwagon seventy-two documentary maker Ken burns sixty five more on these. Stories at townhall dot com As your car Tune.

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Wildfire could become "major threat" to Yosemite, scientist says

24 Hour News

03:04 min | 2 years ago

Wildfire could become "major threat" to Yosemite, scientist says

"And i'm jeffrey shout it was a political shocker senator feinstein loses a major endorsement to her democratic party opponent but what does that all mean for member and president trump meets with his top advisors i head of his one on one with ladimir putin i'm peter finn what's happening and why kcbs am fm and hd one san francisco oakland san jose it's two o'clock cbs news on the hour sponsored by progressive insurance i'm deborah rodriguez president trump meets with russian president vladimir putin net a little more than an hour from now in finland correspondent steven portnoy is in helsinki hours before the start of the meeting the president tweeted that america's relationship with russia has never been worse due to quote many years of us foolishness and stupidity and now the rigged witchhunt the president hopes after he spends a few hours together here with putin things will improve will do just fine mr trump will report on its progress at a news conference with the russian leader set to start just before ten am eastern time steven portnoy cbs news helsinki south carolina republican trae doughty has some advice for the president on cbs is face the nation first requests of ladimir putin needs to be tell us which airport we can pick up the twenty five russians that tried to interfere with the fundamentals of our democracy is russians indicted and robert muller's investigation into interference in the twentieth sixteen election a wildfire has now closed a key route into yosemite national park cbs's mireya via rail the ferguson fire tore through more than four thousand acres it started late friday night and steep rugged terrain has been a challenge for fire crews cal fire unit chief nancy cobra confirms thirty six year old brandon varney died while fighting the ferguson fire officials say varney was driving a bulldozer that overturned as he tried to create a boundary for the flames conditions have been dangerous they say to retrieve his body police in chicago have released bodycam video showing a black man shot and killed by an officer saturday night had a gun in a hip holster and reached toward his waist as he ran away her harith augusta's death set off violent protests police superintendent eddie johnson narrative that was out there was that there was no gun you know and and you know how this stuff starts up i don't know you know so i think that this will help calm people's fears about that this was not an unarmed individual after topping the three dollar mark in many parts of the country gas prices are finally dropping industry analyst trilby lundberg it's down one cent from three weeks ago it is unlikely to change at this point at least greatly up or down maybe a decline of a couple of penny average price of a gallon is two ninety four that's sixty three cents higher than it was a year ago celebrations over france's world cup soccer wing quickly devolve into chaos on the streets of.

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"doughty d" Discussed on Channel 955

Channel 955

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"doughty d" Discussed on Channel 955

"Doughty yes put you in their mind because mike okay really trust by joining on your roof blackened wick to charney forgotten i can't really trust joey show got damaged ronin this is detroit's number one hit music station channel nine five five you're on the move in theaters this weekend tag the movie but you guys are grown men playing tag is actually based on a true story there's a scene where we crash a funeral and tag ed's character while he's burying his dad they did that giving a baby and they do that i believe they did that so we use some of this stuff they did and then you know hollywood it up a lot of the other stuff how crazy it was this filming this movie it just felt fun i mean we were having a great time sometimes a movies a grind it's a lot of hard work long hours but but sometimes movies just feel like play in this one was this one was like that it was just goofing around thanks a lot gentlemen tag in movie theaters this is on the move within beka centers it's hot out summertime and if you love watermelon then you're going to love taco bells newest drink watermelon freeze this freeze has delicious candy seeds mixed into it so it looks and tastes like a watermelon you should go check it out.

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Looking back at Iron Man on 10th anniversary of the film's release

24 Hour News

00:50 sec | 3 years ago

Looking back at Iron Man on 10th anniversary of the film's release

"The streaming service also announced that it's now got twenty million subscribers up from seventeen million at the end of last year baby april twentieth debut of season two of the handmaid's tale drew double the audience compared to the first season for mayor a big birthday for the film that launched the modern day comic book movies today it's a big iron man bursary tasers robert downey junior helped launched the marvel cinematic universe with the first ironman i'm just not the hero type the film was a huge hit from the start even though iron ran was considered one of the second tier marvel character i think that rub a doughty juliette now thinks he is tony stewart stanley created the character in nineteen sixty three but nobody could play the role better than him he is so eighteen more marvel films have followed the earnings of over fifteen billion dollars making it the most successful.

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"doughty d" Discussed on Channel 955

Channel 955

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"doughty d" Discussed on Channel 955

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