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"dr hoven" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

08:32 min | Last month

"dr hoven" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

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They're a bunch of people there who are already in the shire and they want to meet you. If you're already in the shire physically you should also come by the forums. Remember not everyone uses facebook. New people are signing up for the shire society forum every month so drop in and say hello at forum dot shire society. You're listening to heartland newsfeed. Radio network live twenty four seven at heartland newsfeed dot com. This stream is supported by advertisers and contributions by follow us on facebook twitter and instagram's public service newscast bay the third twenty twenty one a forty year battle to close the indian point. Nuclear power plant came to an end last week. As last of his three reactors was permanently. Shut down on. friday indian. Point was once the single largest source of electric power in the state but its presence on the banks of the hudson river. Just twenty five miles. North of new york city has long raised safety and environmental concerns the first reactor down in nineteen seventy four. The second just last year. Liz moran with the new york public interest research group calls the final closure a huge victory plant poses a major threat yorkers especially the over. He really yorkers who live in or work in the new york metropolitan area critics of the closure one. The loss of a carbon free source of power will increase. New york's reliance on natural gas at a time when the state is seeking to cut emissions from fossil fuels. I'm andrea sears. Reporting a new program aims to help staff at homeless shelters better care for their. Lgbtq plus clients more that from suzanne potter experts from the equality california institute offered lgbtq plus diversity equity and inclusion training to medical professionals for six years but now they've expanded to include the staffs of programs that serve people who are homeless easy bandera who teaches the one hour program via zoom says. The key is to place people in the housing where they feel most at ease. But if you have someone that's telling you they're transgender women. She might feel more comfortable in shelter with men or she might feel more comfortable with women so really give you folks agency to decide where they feel most comfortable. The training teachers the correct terminology and bandera says it emphasizes the fact that transgender people are not more threatening than anyone else and are more likely to be victims of aggression rene evans with an organization called only kindness that works on rapid rehousing. Eldorado county says the program taught her staff not to avoid the topic of gender identity and more north carolina employers change their time off policies to include sick-leave related to covid nineteen but low income workers and those industries considered essential. Are still less likely to have paid leave. That's according to the north carolina justice center. Kathy colville is with the north carolina institute of medicine. We've had these think demographics shifts in the last decade so that most children in north carolina are cared for by parents who are working outside the home state. Lawmakers are considering the nc paid family leave act and healthy families healthy workplace act which requires employers to offer paid family and medical leave insurance and allow workers to earn a minimum number of paid sick days. This is pms. You're struggling with your mortgage. You think about it all the time. What are we gonna do if we lose the house. 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"dr hoven" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

08:05 min | 2 years ago

"dr hoven" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"That is something called flooding, which is not exactly version therapy. But Hello fear factor. And we were just chatting about this Dr heave of mainstream. What, what were those insects, I'm kind of larva? Oh, gosh. Doctor huber. So that again, is something called flooding where you put. Well, who's no one was to be put in a VAT full of. Larva larvae. That I it could work. I mean you know, if you have an aversion to mill worms and had to work around them, you can do that roaches things like that, you know you can do that. But, you know exactly what is the need? If you if you have an aversion to, to roaches. For example, first thing I would recommend clean, your house, a little better, some insecticide that type of stuff do normal, preparation, and that should deal with most of your problems to deal with them. But occasionally though poppy, and you can't help that what is your, your problem? I had a client one time, it was afraid of quality IRS, and there was a part, they wanted to take their grandchildren to who had had quality that we're in an area of part roam free. They're not very fast or anything else. And we didn't vivo desensitization or not. It'd be. But we would go through and do it mentally visualize participating with the quality and pull up pitchers win through desensitization relaxation training, and about an hour, two hours doing that. She was able to take her kids up there and, and even brought back pitcher with her grandkids and the quality right in the same front. The Kuala bears are one thing. But those insects are another there. Some reason we have an aversion stock, and we just we just found some video. We had this shows that we perpetuate that. The movie on. This is so great. Eight tips on how to quit your we'll get through all eight. I hope how to quit your job like a real professional can be awkward even under the most cordial circumstances. And if you really hit your job, you can be tempted to go full Jerry Maguire or something like that. But we really should try to keep it professionals that our best foot forward. Right, doc. Absolutely. The problem is today, so many people are growing up in this social media network, and they don't understand some of the nuances of quitting job. And you'll hear people ranting and raving about how bad the jobless just walked off, and they made this statement and the reality of it is. Your goal should be that when you leave that place. Your what we call reliable, you could. If you needed to go back to that place because who knows the evil, you know, may not be worse than the other evil. Yeah. May go out there and find a worst place and say none, I wish I was back at my old job. And the first thing I recommend, you know, it's not even on the list is before, you quit a job, unless you're going back to school for the fall, or maybe graduate, school or moving or someplace like that. Make sure you have another job lined up. And the first thing I would tell them when they offer you job is I need to give two week notice to my previous job because if I find another job working while I'm working for you want those foodies able to find somebody for me, too. So I never had a place of business ever. Tell me that. No, we want you to come to work tomorrow. I don't care if you go out to walk off the job. I'm going to name, I'm going to go through some of the topics, and then we'll have you picked that you want to hone in on in person? And in writing that's interesting. Tell. Your boss. I, I suppose you don't want him to hear it on social media through the grapevine give notice, and don't go to your co workers help make the transition easier. That's the big one. That's a nice one. Keep your frustrations private and be prepared for a quick exit. I know sometimes you can quit, and they might say, okay we're going to be escorted from the building right now by by. So what it says Quinton person. And in writing what is the benefit of that benefit of that, is, you know, you're showing somebody that you respect them by going up and saying it to their face and say, hey, I, I'm taking the job. I'm giving you my two week notice and they may not deserve that respect. It has nothing to do with whether they need that respect, it's how you respect yourself and how you wanna be perceived by other people, and you're gonna the professional so step forward and say, here's two week notice if they ask, why be honest with them on a you may not want to tell them that they're, they're evil. And you think those son of Satan or something like that. But you know you could talk about, you know, difficult work. Environments, high stress whatever you don't have to go right to the core. The other thing is put it in writing, so they can't come back a week later. And maybe tell somebody else he never notified me he was quitting. And so now you're going to week for your new job starts. And so now maybe you're not reliable by that organization. And if it's a large corporation, you may move to another town and actually get an offer for them, and they work for before and didn't didn't quit with appropriate steps. And now you can work for them again. That's great. You know, I can't, but if he, I've known people who've actually, they haven't quit, that they've been fired. And when you say about can with class toward the person, the person firing you may not even be the one who made the decision could even be a new person who had nothing to do with it, but they'll remember the class, even these weird. We're gonna talk about that someday. Doc how to get fired with class because people probably got in that, you know, at least once in their lifetime, tell your boss. I if you're going to quit don't let them hear it through the grapevine that's just not cool for anybody. Has to do again with respect whether you whether you really truly respect that person, I it's just like I remember as a child, whatever I get in trouble at school. My parents would come in and they would sit on the site, same side as my teachers and they would, you know, hey, you need to you need to do this. This is good for you need to learn this environment. You've got the follow these rules V successful here. What I found out as an adult later is. Oftentimes I would leave the room that my parents would sides lay into the teacher, but never in front of me because they never wanted meet lose respect for that academic environment. So it's the same way you don't think you'd have people working for you. You don't want them to lose respect for that professional environment and they think you're bad. But then they see professionally, now the people who made you upset come in, and they see maybe it wasn't you all along. It was the people you were working for, and it was rolling downhill so be respectful, either never never time where it's good to be rude. And I've seen this in court judge. Healthy. Look, there's no reason to be disrespectful here. You're, you're sitting here in this place. And I didn't bring you in here. You're Aigars got to this point respectful at this point one, then let's try to get this. Two weeks is sort of standard, but you should know if your company has other, you know, they're very specialized places where they just can't cut it in two weeks. Replacing you so make sure you know if you're gonna put someone in a bind and help make the transition easier. How should we do that? And sorry, thirty seconds. Doc. Places where I found other jobs and I was moving on. And I've actually had the place. I was working say, hey, you know, it is difficult. We can't do this in two weeks. We have another four I went back to my new place of employment and we did a transition where I went fulltime after four weeks. Halftime at two weeks, and I was able to help them things somebody somebody my place so communications key, Sarah, and frustrations. Private try to take the high road even if it's tough and be prepared if you if you gonna leave they may walk you out day. You never know your boss. I quit. Doctor huber. We can't. Thank you enough, go to mainstream mental health dot org and support him. If you can check out Dr Huber, right there as well. Right. Various ready anytime. Not able say you've heard those term life insurance as what their rates read very low and at the end they have a long. Disclaimer read extremely fast. Why? Because most people like us,.

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"dr hoven" Discussed on Museum Archipelago

Museum Archipelago

06:37 min | 2 years ago

"dr hoven" Discussed on Museum Archipelago

"Welcome to museum archipelago. I'm UNLV dinner. Museum archipelago guides you through the rocky landscape of museums. Each episode is never longer than fifteen minutes. So let's get started. There's a new tool in younger with creationist quest for scientific legitimacy, the museum over the past twenty five years, dozens of so called creation, museums have been built most of them in the US, barring the style of natural history, museums, and science centers, these public display spaces use the form and rhetoric of mainstream science to support a belief in the literal truth of the bible, including the creation of the universe in six days, about six thousand years ago on museum. Let's creationist speak directly to the people in unfiltered and unchallenged way, just by being able to put all this inside something that's called museum and use the sort of trappings of science, it really gives creationism that additional feel of legitimacy and credibility that it might not otherwise have this is Julie Garcia and her interest in both evolution and the people who vehemently deny. It led her to explore. Why museums are particularly well suited medium for creationist ideas. My name is Julie Garcia. I was formerly known as Julie Duncan at the time that I wrote my senior thesis which was called faith displayed as science, the role of the creation, museum in the modern American creationist movement Garcia grew up in Kentucky, and as an undergrad at Harvard. She decided to become a history and science, major at other colleges, that's known as history and philosophy of science, which is basically just the study of what science is, and why we trusted and what are different ways of knowing the world for me, part of the reason I had gone into it because I had always had a fascination with evolution. And I had also had a corresponding fascination with wise Sony people so vehemently, didn't like Evelyn. And why so many people? To the point of thirty forty sometimes fifty percent in certain holes believe in creationism. I was prompted to write this thesis when in probably two thousand six or so I heard that in my backyard in Boone county, Kentucky answers in Genesis, a creationist organization was going to be building the largest creation museum in the world known as the answers in Genesis, creation, museum, a twenty seven million dollar facility over many acres about ten minutes from my house to answers in Genesis, creation, museum, also known as just the creation museum opened in two thousand seven in its first year. It reported four hundred thousand visitors I eventually decided coming into the summer of two thousand eight before my senior year that I would spend that summer traveling to back home to Kentucky to visit the creation museum there and three other creation museums around the. S the creation evidence museum in Glen, rose, Texas dinosaur adventure land, and the related creation, museum in Pensacola, Florida and the institute for creation research, which is near San Diego, California. So that's kind of how it all started. And, and I spent the summer two thousand eight visiting those and talking to people and, and learning about the four different idioms Garcia chose these four museums for their stylistic differences, and for their geographical diversity and each one, she viewed the exhibits and talk to the founders and staff, then analyzed highlighted the messages in methods common to all of the museums, there was some trepidation before I went because I was worried that by disclosing that I was not a creationist that they would assume that I was out to write a smear piece on their museums, which, honestly, when I read my thesis, now I think there are certain things that I would now phrase differently that came off snark. Earlier than I think I would write them now but everyone was very kind to me and they were all very eager to show me everything that they had built. And they were very proud of it. I came away from it thinking, you know, these, these are very, nice people with whom I just disagree. But that's the thing that kind of stuck in my mind. The most is that everyone. I talked to was very nice, and obviously very faithful and believe completely in what was being shown in the museum's too. I did feel uncomfortable seeing all the children there. It's one thing I've Asli for adults to decide what they believe and do whatever they want with those beliefs and feel very strongly about them and, and teach them to others. It was just a little troubling to MIR disheartening to see young children. Very impressionable learning things that I personally consider to be contrary to science undoubtedly contrary to. Established mainstream science. But of course, that's kind of the purpose of these museums amphora for museums, heavily featured dinosaurs either in audio neutron ick form or as fossils, this is not just because of the time, compression of geological ages present in young earth creationism, it is also because dinosaurs, attract the public, particularly children to these museums. The founder of the answers in Genesis, creation, museum, Ken ham calls dinosaurs. Missionary lizards for their attention getting power. Yes, I did feel some discomfort seeing kids being kind of explicitly told. Hey, these dinosaurs were alive, six thousand years ago. And people were riding them like an answers in Genesis. They actually have a triceratops toward the end of the Newseum with addle on it, and you can sit on it, and take a picture, and it's, it's not a joke. It is a representation of what the museum says, you know, would've been a typical. Pre-flood diorama, where humans were living together with dinosaurs. All of them basically said in different ways Dr Hoven from guidance sword. Bench Linden, Florida and an ham from answers in Genesis both. Very explicitly said, the, the purpose of using things like dinosaurs is to attract the children to bring them in, you know, then again with distance now I can acknowledge that

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"dr hoven" Discussed on The Basement Yard

The Basement Yard

04:26 min | 3 years ago

"dr hoven" Discussed on The Basement Yard

"But like you know what I mean? But like when you're on play and people eat stuff like fucking tuna, first of all, the grossest substance on earth. Tuna, tuna toon. I mean, I personally liked to, but toon is disgusting. I know a lot of people that say that I'd rather have garbage egg salad is the grossest portable sandwich. That's tuna to me. Like it's tone. It smells the same. It's disgust. It's the same level of. You know, I wouldn't ever even want eggs like with mail on a sandwich unless there's like bacon or cheese in there. I'm not gonna eat mayo, eggs, bread, daily layout, eight. That is if there was a hundred million dollars in there. Really? Yeah, we'll go Tunas I swear to God tune it like growing up. I I don't have like a sensitive stomach like I'm not like, oh my God, like I might like one of those people. Right. Sounds like you have since it's them. Well, when you eat, fuck and contaminated, God knows what is sure. But by the way, that's another thing I just hate when people do when you see something gross and faith they go, oh my God. That's like fake. Gag fucking bitch, puke, fuck, fuck compute or not throw up on my hand or like get the fuck outta here because it's not. It's a fake dry heath. Why do you think Dr heave. What did you say fix I haven? What was the fuck was I just talking about even know tuna, your hatred for rolling rolling up like my sister loves it. My mom loves it. They would eat it. And when I be doing the dishes, if there was two on something, I wouldn't even touch not doing that, not doing his am. I won't be like, why don't you do? I'm like, I do the dishes. I didn't touch the shit ahead tune in because it's fucking discussed. I hate cleaning out the thing in the sink that catches all like food. I hate that hate it because it always drips on the way to the fucking garbage you gotta now it's on the floor. Yeah. Yeah, you got it out. Yeah, I hate that. And then when you put it back, not all that stuff comes out. Oh, you gotta put water again. I hate it. Eight such. Do we get out south right now? It's ridiculous. I'm watching it is disgusting. Hi, this is it ticky gross. It is is. That's. Daniel honors I loves it is so he Grosso Vicky gross of. Oh, man. Another thing about babies. Yeah. You ever look at? I need the frame nece the right way, right? But you ever look at a baby and just like for the spectrum of earth like everybody that's on earth like. Where the book we go right now, let me just yourself. I'm reading here. Yeah. Yeah, for the spectrum of the earth. All ages included. Yeah, everyone. Yeah. You ever looking at baby just be like that think it's so stupid. Y'all all the time. Yeah, yo babies, they're so dumb. Why are you such an idiot. Why are you so dumb? Here's the thing. And I know people are going to be like, like people are gonna think. I'm joking. It'd be like, dude, what are you talking? It's a baby, like give it some time or whatever, but hear me out. Okay. Because babies are so smart. Yeah, end so dumb. I know they can do. You can learn nineteen languages. Exactly. And like two years when you're when you're a baby, can't say a word you can just hold. You could just shirt a whole language and wait until you're eight and then to speak it fluently. But then you can't say data daddy to whatever mama. And just part of it is it's annoying. So knowing up, I know what do you cry about? We were that stupid. And once that's another thing that folks male, we were babies once fucking idiots. Now we were like certified it. It's, yeah, I wonder what a baby's I q is. I mean, I, it's, it's just it's funny to me. I'm going to look that up real quick. It but cube gone Yukon. What are you looking looking up with? What a baby's IQ is, are you aware how I q?.

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