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Art and Climate Fatigue
"My name's zoe set a kiss ski. And i'm a senior electra. At the school of design at ut and a lot of my research is around how we can visually communicate ecological issues like climate change and biodiversity loss in a way that engages people in mexican think about action that they can take and ways that we could adapt to live differently for a more sustainable future. So what is comet fatigue. And why don't we feel it. Yeah climate fatigue and eko anxiety. This lots of tomes for these things And it's it's very real. I mean i feel a sense of grief and anxiety often in the research that i do But i think what's really important is starting to accept and engage with those feelings and not hide behind them feeling the feelings it seems straightforward but when we're experiencing such lodge ecological shifts at a rapid right. Zoe explains that. We must reckon with the inevitable. Greif of that experience in order to create change. One of the. I guess the the incredible moments for me. We call it a disorienting dilemma was. When i'd been overseas i was on a research trip overseas in november twenty nine and so i actually missed the start of the those horrific bushfires that blackened seve knee and i arrived at after a month of being away and as the plane flew into sydney. I just saw the red sun that you could barely see through. And i felt broken because i was homesick. Can i was ready to come home. But i flew into a home that i no longer recognized. There's a term for the switches. Solis style and it's a feeling of homesickness for a place that you a still with eaton
"eaton" Discussed on The Marissa Eaton Show
"Normal function of the country. Where the economy government administers fat. It's not anybody else's job earmark the money out no time to dictate what poor people can buy with food stance. That's another episode. So we detailed. The ways in which privatization is a complete dumpster fire. What do we do now. How do we fix this. How do we get out of this. The first step is to stop renewing. These contracts federal government has got to start re-absorbing functions. Better used to do. So as these contracts start to expire the government needs to be actively putting itself in a to subsume these functions once we start bringing all of these individual piecemeal contracts under the umbrella of the federal government again the waste and the redundancies are going to become clear quickly. It's going to be readily apparent which contracts functions were duplicative. What's more without this capitalist counter. Counterpoise pushing for these redundancies to continue. We'll actually be able to eliminate the waste to the the incremental reincorporation up these functions back into the government. Proper represents a great opportunity to start updating the software systems so that they can be fully interoperable with other parts of the federal government. I think that. Ironically because of the extent to which these functions have been splintered off it might be a good opportunity to start rolling out a more integrated system without having to do so on a large scale. Every function that can be done in a universal system is instantly efficient ultimately to solve the issue that privatization has created there has to be clear demarcation between public and private functions. Legislators have to be clear about what is in is not heart their job function. They can't just see a societal problem in handed off to accompany introducing industry into the private sector changes the goal from the necessary social outcome to making money and that's not acceptable to not achieve a goal that was necessary for the country because we got distracted by cash. Capitalism will always cannibalize public interest. And until we get a clear grasp of that conceptually we will never have a fully functioning federal government. And that's it for this episode of the mercy and show privatization is stupid. If you're new here thank you for checking it out if you enjoy the show. Don't forget to subscribe so you. Don't miss any updates. If you'd like to see more from me you can visit my website. Mersa thinks dot com on my website. I do accept tips and donations. Be pay pow so if you enjoy content in there should be more of it in the world. Please consider supporting it financially. You can also find me on. Facebook at melissa. Thanks twitter at marissa faints. I g asmara sipping that is mercer with two s.'s. Next week on the mercy and show what all this about privatization means for the republican party. So we'll be continuing the discussion of privatization but specifically focusing on the implications of this disastrous policy for the future of the republican party. Again go ahead and subscribe. Saint up miss that. Thank you all so much for spending this time with me. Now see you all next time..
"eaton" Discussed on The Marissa Eaton Show
"Even if we pay astronomically more money for people to manage these projects. Some people are making a whole lot more than when used to pay but the value of having those people overseeing this project is in the amount of money they will save by doing things so much more efficiently the line. I did roll my eyes. That's that's why people claim we should privatize because greater efficiency equals cost-savings. Here's a pump home with that. Businesses are efficient. They do make drives to be more efficient at what they do. In cut the cost to produce the same level of quality that is absolutely true of businesses. The reason they do that is to maximize their profits in the event that this government contractor does perform this function amazingly more efficiently. The cost they save is their profit. That's their money. They don't give it back to us because they did more efficiently and therefore didn't have to spend as much to completed what of idiocy. Who cares if they did it from us money. If it doesn't cost us less money hello efficiency. Gains are only valuable if it's the government making those gains in the reason that's true his because unlike industry government is for the public good so if it cost less money to do they keep the money because they're not for profit that's why they do it not businesses and that's just one of the myriad reasons why businesses don't perform government functions. Well one another one okay. Because companies are for profit they have proprietary technology. They don't share information with each other because that would harm their ability to make a profit unfortunately for us the government does need to share information with other parts of itself but now now friends there are hundreds of thousands of different companies handling information for various parts of the government and none of those companies. Talk to any of the other ones. And that's why it takes years to get. Va benefits because the spite the fact that it is all part of the federal government because the privatization information is read over this system. That's not merely labyrinthine but this system in which every single piece of information is held by someone with a vested financial interest in not sharing it. It is wildly inefficient. It's difficult to overstate the degree to which splintering all these functions across various competing for profit companies is a disastrous policy for government agencies not easily get information between one another. They can't share information within themselves. Because even with in an individual agency there can be thousands of contractors each handling a tiny crumb of what that agency does. The result is that in twenty twenty one rather than the federal government moving towards total interoperability. As far as the systems software in data they have we have made it totally impossible to efficiently. Transfer information of any kind. It's ridiculous can you imagine running your own company like this just.
"eaton" Discussed on The Marissa Eaton Show
"We've got the what is privatization. Privatization generally means taking something that is publicly owned and making it privately owned now that can refer to countries who are moving. Their state owned industries into the private sector like transitioning from communism into capitalism. So they're denationalising their industries but for the purposes of this show. We are discussing privatization as it's normally used in the united states in america will use the term privatization we mean taking functions that the government does in contracting those functions out to private for profit companies. Okay what's the big deal. You're paying people to do things that need to get done well. It's actually kind of a huge deal to see what the problem is. We have to discuss. What industry and government do individually industry corporations companies right produce goods or services in order to make a profit. That's what they do a meet a for good or service in the community in exchange for that they are seeking to make a profit so that sounds great. Everybody gets what they need and people can make money. It's the perfect system. Here's the problem. There are some things that need to be accomplished for society that are not profitable to do because those things aren't profitable because nobody can make money doing those things well or efficiently. We have to have another entity that steps in and does things not for profit but for the good of society that entity is government industry produces goods and services to make profit government completes functions that are necessary for society that are not profitable the whole reason government is even necessary is because we need things that industry won't do because there's no profit motive involved put another way if it were profitable to be doing a given function industry would already be doing it. It wouldn't be government function if it made money to do this. Well if companies before looking at this need that society has previously determined that it would not be worth their while to film need because they couldn't make enough money. Why are they now flocking to do these services what's changed. What has motivated them to now. Start filling in these gaps that government was doing previously. What's use an analogy. I come up to you. And i say hey i want you to bake me a cake and you say well. How much are you gonna pay me. And i say oh. I'm willing to pay you a dollar. Actually that's not really worth my time or effort. So i'm gonna pass. I'm not gonna make your cake for you. What would have to happen to make you change your mind. I would have to pay you more money before the way government was doing it. We weren't spending enough money on it for anybody to get rich. But now companies are swarming in to do these services. It's crazy it's the most curious thing it's almost like we are astronomically overpaying for the same functions because the whole point of government is to do the things that business will do business in government will never have aligned interest. They are mutually exclusive activities. Literally government does what business does not do because it's not profitable. I wish you could see that. They submit i genuinely. I don't understand why this needs to be explained but if it were profitable industry would already be doing it. They're not doing it because it doesn't make enough money. They're doing it now. 'cause we're paying too much for it either. The point of what you're doing is self interest in profit or the point of what you're doing is public interest and altruism or not those those two things do not overlap. Business will never be there as a public service. Never it will always be for profit. Government will never be for profit it will always be for public interests. So how'd y'all by republicans so that sort of bill sophocles academically. Why privatization doesn't work you know. Let's let's talk a little bit more empirically about why. This is a nonfunctional policy. So let's think about how government worked before privatization before all of the functions of government were completed and zero. People got rich doing it. Before privatization people were running entire federal agencies for mid six years a year now after privatization people are making millions annually to oversee a tiny splinter of what agency heads. Were administering the difference between the eighty thousand. A year that this middle-management government employees was making to run this project. And the one point three million that this contractor is now making to administer. This project is one hundred percent wasted money. We are paying in this fictional but totally realistic case over a million dollars for service. We used to get done for eighty. Gran.
GlucoMedix - Naturally Supporting Healthy Glucose Levels
"I'm just fascinated because the more you learn the more interesting it cats and you were just talking about. What is it glucose glucose medics. It's a pro product. We've been working on for been under development for many years and it's a combination of cemento and stevia stevia. Yes stevia has the sweetener the sweetener if If it's a whole leaf extract it has blood sugar support properties Cardiovascular support properties. Zatterin does not have that saccharine. Sucralose does not have. I don't think so so aspartame does not have that no so So most people think of stevia as a natural sweetener yeah but but a whole leaf extract of that of that leaf Can as i mentioned have blood sugar support properties etc so. We combine that with cemento and we did. Some research and our university did some research. And what do you mean. Our university university now are when you work with a university in peru. Actually the top university improved doing research and publishing the research is called the the Cayetano university in lima peru and and They did a Several studies comparing luca medics For metabolic support blood sugar support cardiovascular support and it was very comparable to these other remedies was compared to so that has all been That research has been compiled in and it's been submitted to a very high level Pure reviewed medical journal in europe for publication waiting to see if that's going to be accepted for publication but that's really helped a lot of people glucose
How NutraMedix.Com Is Living Faith in the Marketplace
"I gotta say that. What impresses me about you neutral. Medics is that you live your faith in the marketplace. In other words you thinking there's a need for people who they should be taking vitamin c. They should be taking vitamin d. They should be taking this. And this and this. We want to bring these things to market super high quality and we want to give fifty percent or more of the proceeds to these missions organizations. And so what does some of these organizations that neutral medics has been giving to well Some we've been supporting Since the very beginning once called mission. One oversea. It's an acronym means overseas national evangelization and they empower national workers in their own countries. A lot of these countries where a lot of western missionaries would not go at. And we've been supporting them for about Maybe twenty five twenty six years And they they're they're helping to build churches They're drilling wells. They have medical relief All kinds of different but the focus is always the gospel doing these things in jesus name You know we're we're feeding were helping. Were
Founding a Company on Mission With Tim Eaton CEO of NutraMedix.Com
"Did you decide to really you know to leave quote unquote ministry ministry and to bring your faith into a company first off thanks. Eric was finally great to meet us. Well thank you for having us here today Well i Served as a missionary pilot in peru. The late eighties early nineties Met my wife down there and We had been there once. I was there five years and i. I saw poverty hardship that had never seen before and i Once again met my wife. I also began to learn about medicinal plants from the tribal groups down there that i spent a lot of time with and so after about five years My wife and i were talking. Look what's you know. Why don't we go up to. The united states will start a company. Doing something in we do will send fifty percent of the prophets back to peru to fund these ministries or these That we're very passionate about in at that time rescuing Kids That were orphaned. A lot of terrorism improve a lot of parents were killed but also Helping to train and support like national pastors peruvian pastures in the jungle that obviously would be able to communicate the gospel much better than i could as a gringo speaks spanish my wife's peruvian but it's a whole different culture So we decided back in that was in nineteen ninety one that we would start a company. Neutra medics wasn't born yet. Both you know. I can actually say the purpose was there. It was purpose driven in that. Whatever we do. We're going to send fifty percent of the prophets down to peru to fund these ministries in and we just felt like no we can make a bigger impact for the gospel Sharing jesus with people that had never heard of jesus before Meeting the needs Feeding drilling wells medical relief etcetera so as nineteen ninety-one long long long answered your question
"eaton" Discussed on The Marissa Eaton Show
"Liberty. Libertarians have totally disregarded what other citizens stated needs are in. That is how you know that you won't meet. Everyone's needs requires a level of unlearn ing ingrain prejudice. That simply does not exist. Libertarianism only works if you disregard everything every one who is not sis straight able bodied white and male has said about their lives so it doesn't work having said all that here is my sincere advice to libertarians. Your freedoms are restricted. To the extent that you cannot be trusted to respect the freedoms of other types of people so as you grow in that capacity the necessity for government intervention will evaporate. Had you become better at that. It starts with listening to other people and having respect for them to believe that they know more about their lives than you do. It also means taking responsibility for your own ingrained patterns of trampling on other people's liberties and then being willing to do the work independently and individually to understand in unlearn. The attitudes that make you someone. Other people need protection from liberty is not one size fits all and what's oppressive to you. Is the only thing making us. Stop oppressing.
All-Star Lynn Wins 6-1 as White Sox Improve to 10-2 vs Twins
"Lance Lynn is nine and three after the all star allowed one run and four hits over six innings of the white Sox six one win over the twins went just one officer was gonna break also this was great we went out on strike everyone there and then Jesus was also behind it Tim Anderson Larry Garcia led Chicago's attack on a day the white Sox got outfielder Adam Eaton Anderson had four hits and Garcia delivered a two run Homer along with an RBI triple the sacks fifteen hit attack leaves intended to versus Minnesota this season Chicago was outscored the twins ninety one forty seven in the season series Michael Pineda took the loss in his first outing since missing three weeks with an elbow injury I'm Dave Ferrie
"eaton" Discussed on The Marissa Eaton Show
"Don't go to the shelter. You can come stay with me. You say that's nice. I don't have any rent. Like i can't pay you to stay with you. And he says don't worry about it. How about a third situation. You're a woman and you are married. You and your husband have four children. The eldest one just turned six. Your husband is abusive. He is violent to you and the kids he comes in your bedroom and says he wants to have sex. What these situations have in common is that. There's actually no consent happening because none of these women functionally have the option to say. Now you either have sex. Were you and your kid freeze. You have sex or you're gonna go sleep on a bench or trying get into the homeless shelter. You have sex or he might put you in the hospital. That is y you are not supposed to pass judgment on other people because let me tell you something. These are not fictional scenarios. This is what life is for poor women in this country. These are the choices that they have to make every day to the extent that it's it's normalized. They don't even view it as rape or anything even inappropriate. It's just what you have to do sometimes to get by in if you're thinking. Oh well they can just make them use a condom if they don't want to get pregnant friend if you don't have enough power in a situation to tell somebody that you don't wanna have sex with them you also don't have enough power to make them put a condom on will. There's plan b. Yeah there is plan b. plan b. results in you having a period every time take it. I don't think in any of those scenarios it would be safe for the woman involved to have a period every time they have sex with this man..
"eaton" Discussed on The Marissa Eaton Show
"Would be even providing community support for them in the form of maybe inviting them to your church or even a secular organization that can actually help them day to day with the task of raising another human being crisis. Pregnancy centers. don't give them so much. Is a pack of diapers. It's not helpful. It's not compassionate is not loving in. It's not godly. And i said what. I said you can add me about that. One feel free is. There's no motivation of love or care or respect or even desire to be helpful it really is strident condemnation for other people for christians is prohibited in. Its prohibited for a few reasons. One of those reasons being hypocrisy i. We're all clearly moist garbage so none of us have any space to talk about anybody else's anything welcome. We're all garbage. That's one reason but the second reason is that we don't have enough information to pass judgement on someone else or circumstances. We don't know why it's not our job. We're not qualified to evaluate the totality in the complexity of another person's lights. So for those reasons and i'm sure many many more. Jesus told us that we should not judge other people. It was clear repetitive instruction but even went one step further than that with regard to this issue jesus himself modeled compassion for a sexually immoral woman. Instill some how we as. Christians ended up. Here is incredibly confusing to miami. I'm not gonna lie. I feel like i have said. I don't understand or some variation of that in every single episode of both of those shows i do. I'm just confused. I'm confused a lot of the time but i. I don't get why you think that. That's what jesus would want you to do in this situation. If you wanted to do that he would have done that. Him south so if you wanna enlighten me..
"eaton" Discussed on The Marissa Eaton Show
"So it's it's difficult to reconcile that with how ubiquitous this political ideology is within christian culture. Honestly that in a nutshell is why. I started the christian alien because as a new christian who has not had any interaction with other christians because we've been in a pandemic. i don't get what this is. I don't understand how you got from here here. Being scripture right. I don't understand how you got from here to there. With the pro-life movement though that movement was not ever something that spoke to me. And as i've grown in my fave i realized that my primary issue with it is that. It's totally devoid of compassion. The pro-life movement doesn't carry itself the way a person faith we carry themselves move a godly operation. And i'll give you an example these crisis pregnancy centers. Okay christian christian. Let me let me tell you. Something about god. god is never about confusion. He is never about deception about manipulation about trickery about all those words so do i and god. God is not ever going to tell you to use satan's tactics for godly ends. That is not something that god will tell you to do. It's not acceptable. it's really not in. It's it's embarrassing. Frankly as a christian that were out here. Preying on these young women in this way without any regard for providing any substantive help for them whatsoever. It's not that you can't offer counseling for young women making this decision. But you have to be doing it in a godly way. You have to be doing it in the light because that is where god is cut is not operating in secret. God is not about you confusing somebody into doing what you want them to do. A godly approach to that type.
"eaton" Discussed on The Marissa Eaton Show
"I am here to mock or disparage at all ever to the extent that i am critical of christianity. Which i definitely am. If you've been listening to the christian there's a great deal of critique of american christianity as a culture while i am critical of it i'm critical of it because it is my fate. I'm critical of it. Because i'm protective of how my beliefs are being represented throughout the society. I live in okay. So that was a disclaimer. We have we have disclaimed having said all of that. Christians are not telling the truth about their position on abortion. They're just not. And i don't mean you know the cheap you're against abortion but you had an abortion or kit had an abortion. Yes that does happen. But that's not what this is about. Christians are not being truthful about their motivations in their advocacy around this issue. They simply are not being honest about why they're so invested and what they're trying to accomplish so let's talk about. How what. Christians stated position on abortion is the official christian line on abortion. Is that human life is precious and must be protected in. That is why they're against abortion. That's the that's the position that they will give you us. That's the position that they believe. They hold because. I don't believe that they've ever actually examined their own motivations within themselves so to clarify when i say christians aren't telling the truth about this. I don't mean that they're necessarily intentionally being deceptive. I mean that they also are not being truthful with themselves about what's actually going on here. Now be official christian position about abortion is supported in scripture specifically psalm. One thirty nine discusses being knitted together in the womb. Being for known at the beginning of time the number of days you would have et cetera. Et cetera. christians will tell you that this is why they are passionate about abortion..
"eaton" Discussed on The Marissa Eaton Show
"Welcome to the mercy. Show but show where. I take huge societal issues and try to address them in thirty minutes. I am your host. Mersey if you're already subscribe to the show. Welcome back to your first time joining us. Happy to have you. You've actually picked a very special episode. Today is the very first crossover episode of the mercy eaten. Show addition to this podcast. I host a 'nother show called. The christian alien and that show is focused on topics related to christianity and my personal faith journey but today it just happened that the subject matter for today's episode up the mercy and show where actually work on the christian alien so i'm doing this as a joint episode between the two has now. What is that topic. That works on. Both a secular and christian podcasts abortion. This episode is about abortion. It's actually a part two of the mercy in show. Abortion extravaganza went over the legal arguments surrounding abortion. And i give you my opinion on how abortion as a legal question. Really is not debatable. So missed part one. Go check it out. But of course with the issue of abortion laws are not the full story in fact laws are not even most of the story the underpinning of this issue. In the reason. It's so important is fundamentally religious so often with this issue the conversation centers on politics and laws and power and the constitution and no one really interrogates..
Rodón Sharp on a Rainy Night As White Sox Beat Twins 4–1
"The white Sox managed only three hits on the night but it was enough for a four one victory over the twins the game was played in a steady rain Zach Collins said two of the three hits including a two run single in the second inning the other runs coming in on an RBI single from Adam Eaton and a sac fly from Jose Abreu who all star Carlos wrote down went six innings to raise his record is seven and three striking out eight while walking no one Liam Hendricks finished up notching his twenty second save is a white Sox lead the AL central by six and one half games I'm David Shuster
"eaton" Discussed on The Marissa Eaton Show
"A crime has to be a specific action. It has to be something that you can collect evidence on has to be something that you can prosecute and it has to be something that you can punish. Abortion is only one of those four things. There is no scenario. Were any woman guilty or not no scenario where. Any woman anywhere is ever going to consent to a pelvic exam to see if she had an abortion. I'm telling you right now today. You will never get that consent. Never don't you don't even need to ask answer's no so if you can't compel access to wear this supposed crime took place. It can't be your crime. You don't have jurisdiction over the inside of my body. A stupid sentence is that did you hear what i just. Why am i on employed charts action over the inside of my body friend. That's and this is. Why mentioned run things. You get confused about really really really simple things. Yeah can't commit a crime inside of my body because you don't have accessed inside of my body. Good day it's just absurd. It's just it's not about bay measor if you cared about. You know what. That's another episode. So it sure is girl do that whole next week Maher even even if you get caught. Maybe in the act of seeking an abortion. But you haven't yet gone through with it now. What you go to prison and they put you in restraints for the balance of your pregnancy. Like what what. What is your. What is your plant. How do you envision this looking the answer. Is you haven't envisioned it looking like anything because you are not doing his as a policy at all. You're doing it to make christians think this is how you practice christianity. It's it's difficult to miss 'em incredible overreach. This is if you actually play the movie to the end. you can't do anything regarding enforcing this. Not legally. Not america are young. Move somewhere else okay. Then it's a no on this. So that's it for part one of did i just fix abortion fix it but i have another part so who knows bar to is actually going to deal with the political aspects of abortion and specifically the politics of christianity within this debate. I am a christian myself. A have a another podcast about christianity. It's called the christian alien and this part two episode is going to be a crossover episode between the two shows. Because i think the subject matter would work well on that other show as well so if you want to this episode go ahead and subscribe to the mercy in show if you want to hear more theology more of my thoughts on christianity as a new christian encountering it for the first time then definitely go ahead in also subscribed to the christian. It's available wherever you get your podcast. And it's everywhere. Thank you all so so much for spending this time with me and checking michelle out. I really appreciate the support. I appreciate you subscribing and sharing the show with people. You think may enjoy it. If you want more from me you can visit. My website. mercer thinks dot com website has writing. it has all my podcast episodes. That's all on the website. You can contact me through the website also on my website. I do accept tips. Be pay pal. You also can contact me on twitter at moore's so feel free to message or follow the air and i will see you next week for part two..
"eaton" Discussed on The Marissa Eaton Show
"That doesn't seem sustainable. That but this is okay. I in this will be maybe a little personal. But it's okay you're involved. I myself have very very very heavy periods. So it is not difficult for me to imagine a situation where i am in the hospital for some reason and i'm having my period and somebody thinks that the amount of blood means i might have had an abortion. That's totally possible. it's not. I don't have a normal period at all so now but this this nurse goes and calls the cops and tells them what exactly about my personal medical history. What are you calling the cops telling them that. That question is extraordinarily uncomfortable. But that's not even the actual problem. Problem is what happens after that. Okay so somebody told the cops. I might have had an abortion okay. So now they come and talk to me. I say no. I didn't have an abortion now. What we done here if we're not in some sort of dystopia nightmare yeah we are. We're done here. Somebody told you i did. I said i did not prove one way or the other you leave me. Alone is the very very very best case scenario for what happens once you ban abortion nothing. That's the best you could do with. This situation is to have something that's illegal but you can't collect evidence of the crime so it can't ever be prosecuted now. I don't think i have to tell you that as a black woman specifically. I don't have that much faith in law enforcement or the healthcare system. I'm i'm going to assume that these two entities are going to respect my body in listen and listen to me about what's going on with it. I absolutely am not going to do that because they're not going to. They don't do it now. so now. What of the police come to my house and they wanna search my house and i tell them no. I don't want you search my. They gotta go away but if they come back with a warrant. My house was getting searched.
"eaton" Discussed on The Marissa Eaton Show
"Is. The requirement of an respect for consent is the only way anyone has control over their body. That's literally what the freedom is the requirement of your consent and then the force respecting that consent or non consent. That's all the freedom is so it's not just some abstract thing that only women care about it literally. You're right as a human to do what you want to do with your body that is what consent is okay because consent is at the crux of the freedom and the right to have bodily out tiny. The courts are extraordinarily stringent on the fact that that is not something that can be violated for any reason literally literally the concept of bodily. Autonomy is so sacrosanct that you cannot take parts from someone who is dead if they didn't give you permission while they were alive literally. You can't take parts from someone who's not using the parts anymore and who would feel no discomfort in the process of those parts being removed even if it will save a living person's life unless the cedeno authorized it this. This is the reason why. I say the actual legal question here is so simple that it's not even debatable. The we are clear on the answer to this question and have been for a very very very long time. No means no and more to the point. There's nothing the state can do about it. It's just so it's so confusing frustrating to me. Why people can't grasp that. I as a person with a uterus. Don't have fewer rights than a cadaver genuinely if you would like to make the argument to me that while he can't use that cadaver's parts to keep someone alive. You can use mine to keep someone alive. I would welcome. That conversation. Could stand right here in front of me and make that argument. I'll wait. it's so strange. How whenever women are involved in a constitutional question or question that involves sexuality or autonomy or self possession. All of a sudden everyone gets really confused over sudden. Oh well i mean yeah you have the right to control your own body but at the same time it's a woman so clearly that right has diminished in some way. It's not. This is not a hard question. There are many hard. Questions i'm sure that grapples with every day. This is not one of them. And the reason i'm sure is because i did not go to law school. I went to community college. So if i can understand that this is not a real question if i understand. There's not another side of this. I'm pretty sure are justices. Can sort that out fairly fairly efficiently. Now that at no point in this episode have. I discussed the morality abortion. I have not mentioned my personal views on abortion. I have not told you what i think you should do. As far as whether or not. You should have an abortion. If you are someone who can become pregnant this is not about. What's right or wrong morally. It's not a moral question. That's not what. I'm addressing in this episode. I'm addressing the legal question. Legally the state doesn't have the right to prevent you getting an abortion. That's not the same thing as the court endorsing or advocating it. I'm sure most people would say that. Yeah i mean you. You should give blood if somebody's gonna die and and you know you're there and you have in a match you should endure that needleprick so that this other person can live. It's not saying that you shouldn't. It's same that it's not within the states power to make you and i think that that distinction is probably wear the court got a little bit lost with ro. It was trying to answer more than was asked in my opinion which the show is sites named after me. So we've covered with. The problem is with bro. And how and why. It was wrongly decided. We've also cover with. The actual question is legally regarding abortion and how that question has been more than answered many many times before i do though just for the sake of the current argument the current debate. I just want to point out that. It's not actually possible to ban abortion. It's not something that could work functionally and i'm not sure why i don't know if it's nobody has thought that far in advance so our everybody is just really concerned about you know women bearing the consequences of having sex or whatever but it's not hard to get to how abortion being ban doesn't actually work at all for one who decides who's a suspect who who notifies the police that i might have had an abortion and for what reason i tell you i did so the police just go and interview. Anybody who somebody else said had an abortion. That doesn't seem viable..
"eaton" Discussed on The Marissa Eaton Show
"Welcome to the mercy eaten. Show the show where we tackle some of the toughest issues. Society has to offer and attempt to resolve them in thirty minutes. I'm your host mercy. Today's episode is the first part of a two part episode on abortion. I know i'm fun. At parties. part. One is going to deal specifically with the legality of abortion. We'll discuss why clearly does need to be overturned and live. That's not good news for pro-lifers why the actual legal question about abortion is so simple it does not even require a debate and why banning abortion is impossible any way you already started now just as a disclaimer. This is not a news show. I recognize that there have been some recent developments surrounding this issue in the united states. I am not addressing. It's this is not a new show. So i don't want you to have be expectation that i'm going to update you on every new state law decision or anything like that. Rather than the sort of micro developments. This show will always attacked the macro structural pieces of a given societal issue so just wanted to make that clear. Please don't be disappointed that i don't go into. All the specifics of the recent cases were laws. Let's talk about what's wrong with row rome. Of course being the landmark supreme court case robie wade that established the right to an abortion during the first trimester as a privacy issue. So what's wrong. what's wrong with now. Full disclosure row predates me. So i don't actually know what the political climate was at that time. of course. everyone likes to think. That justices are insulated from all that. But they're humans who live in dc. So i really don't know what the broader national conversation was at that time without knowing that would just looking at the decision. They tried to make clear that the justices kind of punted. I think yeah. I don't know anything about sports. So know that about me. But i think that if you punt that means you chickened out. I'm pretty sure like eighty percent. I'm not google well look. I'm looking up sports now. Now i'm belligerent. Sports better leave me alone. I much okay. So the justices punted and rather van actually say that. They had deliberated where life begins and made their decision on that basis. They tried to couch it. I'm sorry it is not funny. And i definitely don't mean two justices or the supreme court i stand so i'm pretty sure if i went there i would cry like one hundred percent sure that would happen if i went to the supreme court. Which is why i should never do that. Because that would be embarrassing by love it so much. It's literally we're the idea of america. Lives like jenny. Okay lesson about to say i. I'm not mocking them or anything like that. What i am saying is that this ruling doesn't make any sense. I'm going to say it doesn't make any sense. Essentially a woman has the right to an abortion during the first trimester because up to that point she can keep the fact that she even is pregnant a secret so so that means what. Look i don't know and i went to community college. The hang in there with me anyway. Because i'm to tell you some things the problem with bro and why it was decided in such a weird way is because the justices in their deliberations i believe seriously overreached. Which in retrospect if you can hut make your judgment based on your on the actual process that you use to get your decision. You probably are not deciding something. That is within your purview. Like if you can't just say well we think life begins here and so that's why you can get an abortion up to that point because.
"eaton" Discussed on The Marissa Eaton Show
"So there you have it the one thing about this situation that you might just change everything the title of this episode did i just fix israel-palestine. That's a real question. You tell me what do you think. Do you think that. Israel's failure to manage public opinion among young americans has left them in an incredibly vulnerable position. Or do you think that the history between israel along the united states is strong enough that that will not impact them negatively. Let me know june. Contact me on twitter at mersa thinks or on my website mercer pinks dot com also on my website. You can read my written work. I do right commentary on politics business and but you can also email me through my website. Thank you so much for listening to the very first episode of the mercy show. You're awesome really. You look great today. I knew that out the look. Monastic if you enjoy the show cleese chair with a friend door. Share it on social media. I would love for more people to listen and tell me what they think about the situation. Also please do subscribe to make sure you don't miss any more updates. I have lots an la content outlined. If you don't wanna miss an evening there definitely is more coming so go ahead and subscribe. I do also accept tips and sponsorship. Be pay pal on. My website. marissa thinks dot.
"eaton" Discussed on The Marissa Eaton Show
"I just turned thirty. Nine millennials are old enough to be president and incredibly that fact is not something that is being acknowledged or understood politically in any vein but specifically in this instance like it's not just you know all these millennials are lazier whatever garbage. You literally ruined everything and you have the nerve to try and come for somebody else. I guess girl. I guess my god okay. Inherited one of the most prosperous civilizations in the history of the world in managed to run into the ground in thirty years. That's remarkable way to go. Regardless of what you think a millennials. The fact is that within the next ten years we will be running everything so if whatever your agenda is in popular with millennials if if you're big plan on how things should work isn't something millennials by into hot. It's not going to happen. And that's exactly what's about to happen. In israel within ten years baby boomers will all be retired and now you have to negotiate with uh us there simply is not going to be the political will for the united states to have the same relationship with israel going forward and that's not even to say whether or not that's good or bad it's just the reality. You can't sell this to young people. we're not buying it now. You shouldn't take other people's land. You shouldn't oppress them either. We don't we're not on board with that. Certainly not on board with the united states being the sole reason why that exists in another country we we are not going to support that we are not going to elect politicians who support it and you may be thinking well. Evangelical are are really pro israel. I do understand why you enjoy. Christians support israel because it kind of feels like they don't they they just supported so jesus can come back and kill all of you. They just want you there. 'cause that's where you need to be for jesus to come back and i think when he comes back he's gonna kill you so i'm i'm not. I'm not sure that that was Understood if it is you know. that's cool. I mean strange bedfellows. But you know but with that evangelical hs. Don't actually care about the borders. It's not important to them that you have on the land. It's just important to them that you're there so they're not against two states. They're just against israel not existing all that to say. If you're looking for evangelical to be the political impetus to stop a formal state of palestine from happening. That's you have misunderstood their motivations. So that's the actual situation that israel azan the only thing keeping you. There is about to leave. The question is are you going to be prepared for that or not. Who moved my cheese. Who moved my superpower ally. The fact the fact is israel is never going to be as powerful in this situation as they are today and that's true every single day your position is getting weaker and weaker every single day. That you don't make this deal you're gonna look up in the united states isn't going to be there anymore and when that happens. Look i'm i'm not a foreign policy expert. I don't know how many nuclear weapons israel has. I know they don't have enough. They do not have enough to be able to stay on that land without american intervention if the surrounding arab states. Still have this issue with you. They are going to immediately. Force you off that land entirely. Those are really israel's options. I'm not sure why nobody is. Cnn's you guys a really competent in the us. Always being there to back you and that confidence is misplaced. And it's not even that israel has the full ten years or however long until millennials tolley takeover to drag their feet. And make this deal. No they need to make this deal yesterday because the problem is not resolved with the deal. Israel is not just going to lose. Us backing in this specific conflict. It's also going to lose a lot of us backing in. Its other foreign policy relationships. It's extremely likely that israel is just not going to have the same level of protection from the united states at that time. What that means is that you better make a deal and then immediately start fixing your relationships with the countries around you and that's not gonna happen overnight but again if you at the end of american involvement in this situation are not in a stable position. Diplomatically you're not going to be able to defend yourselves alone. You're just not you've just got to take responsibility for the future of your nation. Literally the existence of israel depends on you doing this today.
"eaton" Discussed on The Marissa Eaton Show
"I don't i don't understand here's specifically what i don't understand. The donald trump is widely early. I tand why be did this. Why would you participate in this so so you could flex your close with the us. Who doesn't know that already. What are you gaining by doing this. So obviously be. Immediate consequence of this breach was palestinians. No burning american flags in the streets but longer term consequence is what just happened. It's an escalation of instability and ultimately violence in this region because now the palestinians don't trust anybody now they feel like their only option is to start blowing things up. When are we going to stop being shocked. That long-term marginalization of people leads to violence. I'm just asking. I wrote a piece. Gosh a couple of years ago now. About how looting and voting for trump are the exact same impulse then of course. Trump supporters didn't loot so but the result of dignity starvation is that inevitably the need to be seen and respected will supersede any other rational concern and because the parties involved are marginalized. Their only means of reestablishing respect or at least attention is destructiveness. You can't marginalize people long term and also have a stable society but anyway that that shattering of trust between the palestinians any united states is something that is healed by an administration change. I mean this is essentially my entire lifetime of careful diplomatic positioning up in smoke in one afternoon. And you know you might be thinking well. Why don't they get another country to mediate. Great question Israel doesn't trust anyone else to mediate this because no one else. His sure they should be there at all. That's what makes it so catastrophic. Israel participated in this. You actively participated in eliminating the oley broker on earth that would even entertain you claiming to have rights to this land. That's insane man. You guys are crazy but as an aside this specific instance was when i was certain that no one in the trump administration could control him. You know there was always this idea floating around that. Well if he did something really crazy the staff would stop him. Nobody would really let him do that now. Because whatever else you want to say about trump. staffers. There's no way he went to that. Press conference without someone trying to physically prevent it so so. That's trump's wildly irresponsible foreign policy. Snafu that precipitated this most recent wave of violence in this region. And the that that happened kind of makes it feel like this is never going to end. How does this get resolved to ever. Is this region just going to be perpetually unstable. Great question friend. I think the answer is no and the reason. The answer's no is because there is something about this situation that to my knowledge nobody is addressing but that means that the israelis should be desperate to make a deal with the palestinians. The one thing that no one is talking about is the fact that the united states is not always going to be there. We are not going to perpetually back israel and that to me. There's really nothing about how israel was handling this. That leads me to believe they understand that at all the stances. They're taking currently. What looks like their plan to deal with. This is just to you know. Just press the palestinians who live there as a means of having total control over the region. That does not work if the brother america is not backing you up. It just does not work at all. So the fact that that's how you think you're going to handle the situation and resolve it permanently. Means you are sure that the united states is always going to be there and that is totally false. That's completely incorrect. Here's why baby boomers are the only people who think this is any of our business. That's right baby boomers retiring and dying. They're the only ones who think this is a good idea. They're the only ones who support this in america. Anybody born after nineteen eighty thinks. You should give the palestinians their land bag and that's including young american jews. Everybody pretty much agrees they. You should give these people their land and let me explain something further to you as a millennial myself the oldest a high school class of two thousand on the number..
"eaton" Discussed on The Marissa Eaton Show
"Hello and welcome to the marisa eaten. Show the show where. I take seemingly intractable societal issues and tweak the perspective on them in a way back kind of fixes i am your host mercy. Eaten topic for. Today's show is israel and palestine. Easy questions are for wentz in this episode we'll cover why the trump plan was not merely a non starter but actively catastrophic and also cover the one thing about this situation that everyone is missing that guarantees. This will be resolved within the next ten years. Let's get to it. So what slash back to january twenty twenty january twenty twenty. president trump is being impeached. I'm sorry for the first time. I wasn't specific of president. Trump is being impeached for the first time and is desperate. The find a way to distract the media from covering the impeachment of a sitting. us president. He's trying he's trying to change the story. Lie to white. What are you. What are you going to do that. Is more news worthy thing covering your impeachment sir. So looking for distractions. He's doing all of these increasingly bazaar. Pr stunts and in the midst of that. He and benjamin netanyahu stage a press conference to roll out the trump peace plan. I'm sorry everything about. This situation is completely bazaar. Why would you even do this as a publicity stunt. He could have done anything if you. If you just one of voters you you can do anything to get that. He could have gone and stood out in front of one of the five remaining american factories. He could have dressed up servicemembers in colorful outfits and put on a fighter pallid costume and wandered rebound on an aircraft carrier literally. He could have done anything and what he chose to do for his press stunt is get involved in mideast peace incredible just this press conference to roll out this plan. This plan that he sent jared kushner to broker and to the surprise of no one anywhere it does not work the plan itself is laughably pro israel yet. They're rolling it out with all of this band bear in pumped as if there is any chance at all that the palestinians will agree to let me explain how not at all important. The trump plan is. I could myself right now. Take a map of the region in crown in shaded in parts of it and call it the mercy eating plan and it would be every bit as impactful as the trump plan. Because there's no agreement on my plan either nobody. Nobody thinks the problem with israel and palestine is that there's no plan the problem is that nobody agrees on the plan. Okay my dog side about that. That's how dumb that is. If you didn't get an agreement thing you didn't do anything. I mean what even is this. What is this that we're doing right now at a snake. Remember walking into the room and my mother was watching tv and she said trump agreement for mideast peace. And i looked at the tv. And i saw donald. Trump am benjamin netanyahu and nobody else and i said no. He really didn't. Here's what makes this particular stunt not just another dumb thing that donald trump did But actually a foreign policy disaster. Let's look at the situation. We're dealing with. Obviously israel-palestine is an extremely volatile issue. I don't believe that anyone thinks that israel cancer by long-term without a formal palestinian state. I don't think anyone believes that to be true. There is no way that israel in the midst of all of these arab states is ever going to be secure or safe until the palestinians get a state that's recognised fully by the un. So we have a situation where israel too must have a deal in order to continue to exist. How do they come to an agreement. Well israel sins representatives the palestinians then representatives. And they talk with the help of a mediator who the mediator the united states so. Everyone needs this deal happen. The only way it happens is through talks. The only way the talks happen is what the mediator and the mediator z. United states the only reason the palestinians agreed to let the us mediate. This is because of decades of meticulously cultivated neutrality on this issue on the part of the americans we do not take asai in this and that's why we get to broker so that's the situation. This deal needs to happen. What's making it possible to even have the talks is the fact that the united states is neutral. And then donald trump and benjamin netanyahu set fire to that neutrality. Basically for the graham like that there's no actual benefit in anything. But you re tweets like you dead. Did this for likes you. Towards the ability to broker mideast peace to flex on social. I don't understand..
Former Utah Jazz Player Mark Eaton Dies Following Bicycle Crash
"Earlier this year. Former NBA All Star Utah jazz player Mark Eaton is dead. The two time defensive player of the year passed away at the age of 64. Police say eaten appeared to be involved in a bicycle crash last night near his home in Utah on autopsy will be performed to determine the cause of death. Eating, played all of his 11
Lakers Celebrate Playoff Homecoming in 109-95 Win Over Suns
"Anthony Davis with another strong performance as the Lakers beat the Suns one or nineteen ninety five to take a two to one series lead Davis who scored thirty four in a game two win followed up with another thirty four point effort he also added eleven rebounds lebron James scored twenty one points LA was up three at half time and got the lead to as high as twenty one in the second half D. Andriy Eaton led Phoenix with twenty two points Devin Booker missed thirteen of nineteen shots and finished with nineteen I am mark Myers
Wasps With Eric Eaton
"Welcome to the program erica. Maybe i should say bug eric. Has i think that's what your blog is called. How are you good. Thank you for the invitation. Yes it's a wonderful book. It's beautiful and incredibly interesting I thought i'd be afraid and that speaking of that. I learned a new word the word for the fear of wasps wasps. Maybe you want to pronounce it for me. Oh gosh i. It's latin i think it's seeks a phobia. I believe phobia. Yeah on your preference a subcategory you say of intimacy phobia fear of insects. Which i don't understand but a lot of people have that I think were influenced By so many outside forces that you know it's easy to become anti-homophobia even if you don't start off that way yeah so can we define what you as. An entomologist think that a wasp is. Because i don't think you just mean the guys in the paper nests on my back porch eaves or hanging in the crab apple branches in the backyard that i come upon and go. I don't think that's all that a wasp is so can you tell me your version of who's a wasp. What's a wasp right exactly. The our cultural definition of wasps is is what you just shared. Which is the social wasps that we tend to associate with aggressiveness. because they're defending a nest full of their vulnerable siblings in f- larva or pupil stage that can't defend themselves so they're adult siblings. Do that for them. But the scientific definition of wasps pretty much encompasses. It's trending actually towards encompassing the entire order high monopoly which includes wasps bees and ants and so all all those are traditionally known as social insects but the overwhelming majority of wasps and bees are solitary. Meaning that each Individual female creates her own nest or in some cases. There's no nest involved at all. The the wasp will simply lay an egg and a host and then go on to do that. Repeatedly
Chicago White Sox, Cubs lose on opening day
"Opening day is generally a day of celebration in Chicago. But it didn't end that way for Chicago's baseball teams. The White Sox lost to the Angels, 4 to 3 in Los Angeles. The Angels rallied in the eighth inning. Adam Eaton hit a tiebreaking two run homer in his first game back with the White Sox Cubs lost to the Pirates. 5 to 3 in their home opener. The game time temperature Wrigley Field 36 degrees 10,343 fans dressed in winter gear. We're there for the limited return of fans to the ballpark.
What Happened To Connie Converse
"In nineteen twenty four elizabeth eaton converse was born into a devoutly religious family being by the nineteen forties. She changed her name to connie and moved to new york city to pursue music. She spent her twenties writing folk songs and rebelling against her traditional after little came of her musical ambitions in new york. Connie moved to ann arbor michigan in nineteen sixty where she took an editorial position at an academic journal by the age of thirty six. Connie was struggling with her mental health in particular and affliction she referred to as her blue funk. This was made worse. When in the early seventies connie received two devastating pieces of news. She lost her job and her doctor told her she needed a hysterectomy. After turning fifty in august nineteen seventy four. Connie converse said goodbye to her brother and friends packed up volkswagen beetle and drove away. Officially she's never been seen or heard from again in her final instructions to her brother. Connie asked philip to pay her health insurance up until a certain date. She never explained. Why but philip worried that something terrible would happen. When that day passed searching for answers. Philip found a filing cabinet that belonged to connie in his antics inside. He found old journal entries poems notes and a farewell letter addressed to quote. Anyone who ever asks it read. So let me go please. And please accept my. Thanks for those happy times that each of you has given me over the years. And please know that i would have preferred to give you more than i ever did or could i am in everyone's debt. Philip did as connie requested. He let her go for thirty five years. Never knowing if she was alive or dead always hoping she'd return but from the moment she laughed. Philip and connie's closest friends feared the worst they own about connie's blue funk for quite some time though. Connie was never officially diagnosed with clinical depression. So far as we know in her farewell letter she wrote as an over educated peasant. I've read a good bit about middle-aged oppression and no several cases other than my own. According to establish psychiatric consensus those who suffer from major depressive disorders tend to lose interest in activities that previously brought them joy in connie's case when she moved to ann arbor. She stopped writing music. But even while living in new york connie's lyrics described feelings of isolation in her song called. Sorrow is my name. She wrote from the perspective of sadness is self sneaking in and out of people's minds in the bridge of the song sorrow kroons. And if you fear me i will come in haste and if you love me i will go away and if you scorn me i will lay you waste and if you know me i will come to stay. Perhaps connie wrote from her own experience overcome by a deep unshakable sadness that she felt would live inside her forever. She certainly wouldn't be the first person to live with undiagnosed depression in fact historians theorized that many historical figures battled similar mental illnesses before they were ever fully understood for example. Both frankenstein author mary. Shelley and president abraham lincoln reported experiencing significant bouts of melancholy. They'd regularly fall into deep sadness often unrelated to the events of their day to day lives. Some scholars have interpreted these spells as episodes of clinical depression diagnosis. That didn't exist in the eighteen. Hundreds when both lived almost a century later as connie struggled with her blue funk there was still an incredible amount of debate surrounding what constituted and caused depression throughout the nineteen hundreds doctors around the world published opinions but the medical field never reached consensus early. Researchers like sigmund. Freud believed depression was the result of traumatic experiences of course psychologists today understand that the causes are much more nuanced and multifaceted. They include both genetic and societal factors and this understanding started to take shape in the nineteen seventies when clinician set standards for diagnosing and treating clinical depression then in nineteen seventy five one year after connie disappeared doctors. I coined the term major depressive disorder.
The Political Legacy of Diego Maradona
"So today. Let's discuss. What may diego. Maradona an idol of the working class throughout the world. And so today on the show. We have the pleasure. And the honour of having dave's 'iran who's the sports editor for the nation magazine host of the edge of sports podcast and the co host of w w collision with eaton thomas which you can hear under ups w thursday's or anytime on wpro w fm dot org. He joins us today over. The phone is a pleasure and honor tabby on the shell dave zairean. It's great to be here. Thanks for having me is good to have you with us today and it's been a whirlwind of emotions both for me personally requested passing donor. Because i don't know what to began its Figures that for me personally. I thought we would continue to live on in a way. He'll continue to do so. But you know we started this program by quoting water galeano and you wrote not one but two articles in the nation magazine on the donor and the first one did you did. Last week. Actually called it galliano as well. So let's begin their liberate on what you call it from galeano last week because you know for no other reason that it's a shame that gagliano is not alive. Today to perhaps best crystallize the importance of madonna nominee in the world and he probably best crystallize this. This passing perhaps a better than the both of us combined. Yeah i mean. I guess i would start just by reading the words of galliano about diego. Maradona eduardo gagliano is just the absolute master of words. Somebody who can make poetry and prose intertwined with one another and produce something perfect but this is what had wow diano wrote about diego maradonna that i quoted. He's written a great deal about maradonna. But this is what i quoted. No one can predict the devilish tricks. This inventor of surprises will dream up for the simple joy of throwing the computers off track. Trixie never repeats. He's not quick more like a short legged bull but he carries the ball so into this foot and he's got is all over. His body is acrobatics. Light up the field in the frigid soccer of the end of the century which detest defeat and forbids all fund. That man was one of the few prove that fantasy can be efficient and inside that praise of maradonna. somebody who's as the ball sewn to his split because gagliano put so expertly. Of course you know in that statement is a critique of what soccer had become by the end of the twentieth century which in galliano's mine had been very flattened in very become boring faithfully As more and more countries left reflected an indigenous style of play and more countries started to play like one another and teams played like one another in a way. That was very very risk averse until maradona. Who was you know in both his life on the field and off the field was anything. But risk-averse He maradonna saw kindred. Spirit Somebody who could play with the efficiency that's needed the modern game but also had the ability to make you dream about what the possibilities of a human being could do and be On the soccer field and so in addition we encourage everyone to check out the writings of eduardo. Galeano as it pertains football because it's not just the xs and os. It goes way beyond that. Now even in regards to to madonna but the game itself as well. I'll just say on us. Wrote wrote a whole thin book about soccer called soccer in sun and shadow Of course if available in spanish and english and it's the most beautiful faca writing that you can imagine. I would recommend that this month for anyone looking for a good book to read during the holiday season. What can you tell us about the poverty. Madonna grew up in that perhaps shaped his political views later. Because you know we we just mentioned the the professionalization of football as as a global sport in how it's become sort of predictable and cold as you mentioned there's galeano mentioned but he grew up at a time where it's still not as polished as we see it today and this is very important and understanding you know his views later in life correct. Oh absolutely at Giggle maradona like to say that. He was born in the mud and never forgot where he came from and when he said he was born in the mud literally it was mud he grew up in the badio ueno status and he was the fifth of eight children and he grew up without running water or electricity and that always feel as if he was a kindred spirit with everybody on earth who lived in poverty in this globe. That's built on savage inequalities. Madonna saw himself as a tribune for those even when he was at his most his most wealthy even when he was at his most Flamboyant he never forgot where he came from he always stood particularly with the poor of the global south And that's not just in latin america that that's all over the world and My favorite Diego maradona story is diego. Maradona was also a very devout roman catholic and he was able to meet the pope Pope john paul the second and he said this is what he said after leaving his meeting with the pope he said i was in the vatican and i saw all these golden ceilings and afterwards i heard the pope's say that the church was worried about the welfare of the poor
Interview With Robert Eaton
"Hey welcome along to the i. In our twelve pump brand new punt a series held cutting weller professionals. My name's dome lane hosts off the how to cut it. Podcast and in this new series we could be sharing business tips service ideas techniques. This gonna help drive. You hairdressing business forward and we're going to be bringing onto the show and have well it professionals leading names to kick off the first in this series. I am so excited to have onto the show. Well it professionals. Uk an island technical director creative director at russell eaten and current british hairdresser to nineteen robert. Ayton so ropes coming onto the show today and i. It's going to be really discussing with us. How he's being in tough times in his business. During this pandemic willis how it is being having a solid center has really been suffering due to covid. Nineteen is going to give us tips and advice to that. Then he's going to move this forward to the new growing trend of clients that are growing out. That gray hand will love rob how he's been dealing with this change in client demand by using a new gray blending service is gonna share about the techniques and the colors that he's using to create these look so there's some great ideas here. Get you really motivated going forward so much to get in this app so today and after the podcast can find out anything that we talk about by going to dot com or education. Donghua dot com. So let's get to the. I knew how to cut it with well. Professionals podcast series robert eaton. Hey and welcome along to the very first of a how to cut it with weller. Professionals podcast series. Yes this is where we are going to be bringing you. Twelve episodes over the next year e series once a month. And we're going to be kicking off this with a really special guests and actually somebody had the pleasure to interview now if you're roundabout free times and yet he needs no introduction. Really because all i can say is the current british addresses the year creative director for russell eaten hair and well it professionals. Uk and and technical director so. Welcome to the podcast. Mr rubber ater. Hi it's nice to see you. Thank you for having me might is such a pleasure and we did speak. If i remember rightly we'll see two thousand and nineteen rob where we've done the asks for wealthier as that was the last time that we don't The podcast with yourself. When we brought you on here we are today. We're going to be doing another little bit of a a series built around. Well it professionals. But i mean as much to cover i mean so much has happened to you. It would be fair to say yeah. British hairdresser. Yeah so period of time this bathing winning the british adverse in the world's was amazing with in the midst of everything that's happening with covert as well which has been incredibly challenging for the salons in so many changes in industry is also. Let's talk about today. Have you of emotions being rob in one minute. There was that night that you won pretty hairdresser of the year which i was just so excited when you were that and then a few months later with entered this world of covid so have you been out to enjoy being british addresses the what few people investment and i have actually had a great time. It's been it's an experience that nobody can take away for me something to work towards for a long time. It was such a fantastic evening in a susan. Incredible experience to win So so yeah. That was an amazing ends at the year. And the of twenty twenty and obviously we all as an industry being thrown into turmoil and a real roller coaster mixed emotions with every that's being covert related and so as much as winning. The awards are probably able to maximize as much as possible of lights have done with show was an offense and physically seen people but it is actually being quite an interesting An interesting wave changing that win and thinking of new opportunities and ways of working with a win from there as well. So so yeah. It's been a great few months but obviously really really challenging and stressful with everything that's been happening with with covid.
Morgan Stanley buying Boston-based Eaton Vance in deal valued at $7 billion
"Buying Eaton Vance on DH. It's a $4 billion deal a lot positive to say about it. And yet Morgan Sandy's Doc Rudi isn't doing much. It's big and Allison Williams, senior analyst, global investment banks in asset management for Bloomberg Intelligence. Is that a very good summary Allison. This is being pretty well regarded by most everybody, but really not investors than it's not really doing anything for them. Well, I think the stock's not down, so that's that's a positive sign. And I think I guess that what went this is price, but they're buying strategically, so time will tell. You know, Time will tell what the actual you know what they got versus what they paid for, but I think it's a great fit. It's very consistent with Dictations. But the company has articulated in terms of they've been over a long term shifting towards wealth and asset management. They did the e trade deal. Catholic mass market customers Digital banking again Ah, full price but rounds out something strategy. Smaller that's generally been by design. They want out of much larger unit full disclaimer, which is where I worked, but they have now that over time, and they had a really they haven't you know, in current day, a really strong institutional business. I mean, the floes inactive equity been stellar of standout versus the industry, but really smile and fixed income. They're smaller than a lot of the other investment banks. So this really You know it scares them up on fixed income. But I think the most interesting aspect to us is really, you know, sort of SG and we think that you know we're at a really pivot point for issue in the industry. It's held up better than expected. Through the down markets that it is they're really buying into areas of for the future. Allison. I guess what I know of the asset management business. Just in general is it is a tough business and getting tougher by the day, There's the movement from active to passive. There's the pressure on fees. If Morgan Stanley, why am I spending $7 billion on a business with a really tough revenue outlook? I think, because the products that they're getting are probably in the right spot. So you know to your point. There's a lot of pressure in the industry. We call abroad pressure because not just Passive but in the products even within hedge fund, which is a higher price product product, you know, we're seeing fees, you know, fee rates that are are, you know record lows and sort of gate that we have right? So There's broadly pressure, but there are pockets. There's pockets about performance. I just talked about the few pressure and had funds, but the charges three and 30, you talked about the pressure and active, But, you know, Morgan being family thing. Good clothes there. And then it is another area where no alluded to earlier. You know who he looked at, You know, sort of in the second quarter when we were sort of, really, Onda. Really tough, slow period across categories. Yes, she actually held up really well. And that's really one of us. That the area is that The advance is strong and the other area with Seek to eat Ban is, you know they have they caught a customized solutions business with that, in general, is Treat Tio. They also add two alternatives. So even though we talk a lot Alison is coming in and out. I think we should probably that Alison go. We didn't get much of her intelligence from her in those first few minutes, though, on this deal on some Williams, a senior analyst for global investment banks on Assad Management for Bloomberg Intelligence, and it's
Eaton Vance shares up nearly 50% on news of Morgan Stanley acquisition
"Stanley has agreed to purchase Eaton Vance for about $7 Billion.8 advances, Shareholders will receive a total cash in stock consideration of about $56.50 a share that represents a 38%. Premium overeat advances closing price yesterday the acquisition will beef up Morgan Stanley's asset management are which is like behind that of rival Goldman, Sachs, Gina Serve Eddie Bloomberg radio.
McEnany says Trump won’t rename bases named after Confederate leaders
"What about the idea proposed about taking Confederate generals names off of army bases forts Bragg banning hood some of the army's biggest installations all along those named after Confederate officers but at the White House my administration will not even consider the remaining of these magnificent and fabled military installations press secretary Kaylee McEntee me reading a statement from the president retired army Major General Paul Eaton says the state of pushing the nation away from institutionalized racism the president believes America should
College football Spring games canceled due to coronavirus
"Spring football was canceled due to the Copa ninety not break western Kentucky football it's coaching staff are staying dialed in on their players appearing on the university's beyond the hill podcast hosted by Tyler Eaton coach Helton talks a little bit about how they're working well around strength and conditioning there's another account that we use is called bridge athletic tracker it's very new but it's an app that has he's able to implement all of our players individual workouts on their it has video so if you can show demonstration to the players for each individual exercise and then every player checks a box and and marks what they have done and it actually tracks how long you worked out that is to be wasting knowledge is gonna change our lives have changed forever through this pandemic no doubt about it
Nintendo indie showcase: Dicey Dungeon, PixelJunk Eden 2, and more coming to the Switch
"Next up we saw Pixel junk. Eat into coming out summer. Twenty twenty which is one that Tim gettys was really excited about. It looks cool. It's been eleven years. His last picks are less Eden. So I'm excited for. They knew that long two thousand eight I think was when the last game was released. That's crazy I actually hadn't heard of Eaton but it looked cool like the trailer made super into what was going on. Yeah it looks really interesting. I think that was probably the most that probably should have been the in one more thing but it it's still a it. Looks very cool. I of the Games that were in this. I think this will be probably the one that I'd be most likely to like preorder or like by of mmediately