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Fresh update on "eight year" discussed on Pat Thurston

Pat Thurston

00:35 sec | 40 min ago

Fresh update on "eight year" discussed on Pat Thurston

"I think we go to the polls every two years anyway, and just get more people out to the polls. Not that long ago, the president said something about well, maybe we should think about delaying the election. So how long should that be like? What would be reasonable for you? Six months. She was eight years old Obama do six more months. Did he do it? Executive order? I mean, is that possible? Executive order anything. President of United States. This is the first time I've wondered if masks really do cut off oxygen to the brain. They were all wearing masks. That's recently said that all right, here's another one This one has to do with worker safety. Let me show you another one here. This is great, great discussion, by the way, So thank you guys. For all your good thoughts. I'm blown.

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'Melrose Place' actress headed back to prison for 2010 crash

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 19 hrs ago

'Melrose Place' actress headed back to prison for 2010 crash

"A former star of Melrose Place is heading back to prison any looking killed a person in a fatal drunken driving crash back in twenty ten and she has served prison time for that crime but she's going back now after a Superior Court judge in New Jersey agreed with prosecutors that her first sentence was too lenient the judge Angela Borkowski sentenced her to eight years in state prison state law requires us to do at least six years of that time before she is eligible for parole after the ruling though came was handcuffed and escorted out by court deputies on Oscar wells Gabriel

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Fresh "Eight Year" from Noon Business Hour

Noon Business Hour

01:07 min | 2 hrs ago

Fresh "Eight Year" from Noon Business Hour

"Legal from things available in every state in discount, there is only available with my farm policy. Objective conditions under furniture changes. BBM news time 12 38 traffic and weather together on the eight years clearly got a big problem on the self on Tri state. Big meaning the size of the vehicle is a stalled out semi in the right lane approaching the Lake Forest oasis, So that's Are you tied up here on the Eaton's no times for you at all. Kennedy out 14 of Montrose 27 to O'Hare. Mother's 32 minutes is coming in from the airport. 22 off the Edens Expressway is still flowing in bound and they're just ate. Up on Ike 19 Mannheim, 32 to 3 90 37 coming in. That's from 3 90 22 from Mannheim Stevenson Out, still worry free and bond sluggish approaching the ramp to the inbound Dan Ryan. Both found 55. Heavy US 32 Weber crash on the right shoulder up on Ryan 18 and Bomb Pretty heavy with road works in the right lane moving 47 to 31st of its 27 minutes. To get downtown because of it from 95th, but still clear. I 57 the Bishop. Ford next traffic report. 12 48 news ready of 7 81 of 5.9 FM Sunshine in Chicago land on a chilly day high of just 62 degrees. Tomorrow's high 65 a high of 70 on Sunday..

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'Melrose Place' actress headed back to prison for 2010 crash

KNX Morning News with Dick Helton and Vicky Moore

00:26 sec | 1 d ago

'Melrose Place' actress headed back to prison for 2010 crash

"Melrose Place actress who's already served a prison sentence for AH fatal 2010. Trunk driving crashed in New Jersey Going back behind bars. State judge today agreed with prosecutors and Amy Low. Kane's previous sentences were too lenient. And gave the actress an eight years sentence looking already served about 2.5 of a three year sentence and completed a parole term. But under state law, the sentence requires her to sew more than six years before being eligible for parole.

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Trump Again Scorns Science on Masks and Vaccines

Erin Burnett OutFront

04:33 min | 1 d ago

Trump Again Scorns Science on Masks and Vaccines

"Out front tonight the breaking news president trump taking on his CDC director calling him confused and mistaken to issue central to stopping the spread of the virus masks and vaccines. Let's start with this trump. After Dr Robert Redfield head of the CDC said it would be up to eight year before a vaccine is available to the general public. I think he made a mistake when he said that it's just incorrect information. And I called him. And he didn't tell me that and I, think you've got the message maybe confused I saw the statement I called him I said, what did you mean by that? And I think he just made a mistake. To Call, you said that you told him that he made mistakes. What was his response? I said what happened and I got the impression that he didn't realize he said what he might have said I didn't see him say. Okay. Well, let's let you hear him say at here is Dr Redfield today under oath. I think there will be. Vaccine that initially be available sometime between November and December but very limited supply and we'll have to be prioritized if you're asking me, when is it going to be generally available to the American? Public? So we can begin to take advantage of vaccine to get back to our regular life I think we're probably looking at third. Late? Second Quarter? Third Quarter Twenty twenty. One Okay. That is sobering. Late second quarter third quarter. That's the end of the summer of the fall of next year is a year away and it is long after Election Day twenty twenty. That was his honest clear scientific assessment president didn't like it, and then the present continued to suggest that Dr Redfield got it wrong today when he said this. We have clear scientific evidence they work. And they are best defense. I might even go so far as to say that this facemask is more guaranteed to protect me against Ovid. Then when I take a co- vaccine. The irony that the President United States he keeps saying he wants vaccine by Election Day to help him actually has one in his hands and refuses to have his own supporters where I'm at his rallies. That is pretty incredible. But here's the president again publicly rebuking his CDC director. I called him about that. Those were the two things I discussed with him and I believe that if you ask him, he would. Probably. Say that he didn't understand the question because I said to my in the questions, the one question which we covered in the mass. When I called up. Robert Today I said to him what's with the mask? I think I answered that question incorrectly I think maybe misunderstood. That's absurd that he didn't misunderstand and it was very clear. What he said wasn't confused and by the way it's not just that he said it today right held it up and said that about the vaccines and that it's the most effective thing we have he's actually repeatedly said the same thing, the mass work it's not even the first time that he is compared their effectiveness to that of vaccines here he is in July so. We're not powerless. We don't have to wait for a vaccine although I think we're going to be successful. Sooner. Than many people think we have the most powerful weapon. And our hands right now I mean it's it's an enormously powerful weapon. It's just a simple. Flimsy Mask. Consistency well, the president's words are not things. The CDC director can ignore tonight right and just hope they go away. They are a direct assault on him and they are a direct assault on the widely proven science. Trump's HHS spokesperson. Michael Caputo is actually now in a leave of absence for the kind of talk that the president put out there. So cavalierly today trump though of course isn't going anywhere. It's not a little guy down the totem pole caputo and tonight the CDC director has been forced. To respond releasing a statement moments ago, saying quote I one hundred percent believe in the importance of vaccines and the importance in particular of Covid nineteen vaccine. A covid nineteen vaccine is the thing that will get Americans back to normal everyday life. The best defense we currently have against this virus, the important mitigation effects of wearing a mask, washing your hands, social distancing, and being careful about

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Hurricane Sally blasts ashore in Alabama with punishing rain, flooding

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 2 d ago

Hurricane Sally blasts ashore in Alabama with punishing rain, flooding

"Hurricane Sally hits the Gulf coast causing dangerous flooding from the Florida panhandle to Mississippi and well inland in the days ahead according to weather forecasters trapped in a hotel in downtown Pensacola Florida surrounded by floodwater rain pouring down Jordan use under two kids were trying to stay calm her eight year old son hiding under the desk here is totally under water that includes our car which the family used to escape their mobile home and hopefully everybody got out okay unfortunately not in orange beach Alabama mayor Tony Keenan says rescue crews got more than a hundred calls good number more seriously all rescues rising water we brought into our community center and sheltered them and they'll be there for a while because most of all we still will reward you says a bracing for even more flooding as the rain continues I'm Julie Walker

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End of Abe era leaves Japan still searching for way forward

BBC Newshour

03:23 min | 2 d ago

End of Abe era leaves Japan still searching for way forward

"Your Shahida Suda as the country's new prime minister on Monday. 71 year old Mr Suder was overwhelmingly elected as the leader of the ruling Liberal Democratic Party, replacing Shinzo Abe has dominated Japanese politics for the past eight years. Mr was expected to serve until the end of next year, but announced suddenly he was stepping down last month, pleading poor health. There's now concerned that Japan could be about to return to what became known as revolving door politics when the country changed Prime Minister's almost every year, Rupert Wingfield Hayes reports. Yeah. You see that pit shuttle get this's something No one would have predicted even a few weeks ago. 71 year old Yoshida super being proclaimed leader of Japan's all powerful Liberal Democratic Party. And by default, the country's new prime minister. Mr Sugar is not known for his charisma or his oratory. And as he made his rather ponderous victory speech, you can hear why you know anybody. Ronnie. Still cocaine. I want to break down bureaucratic divisions invested interests, he says on the blind adherence to president indication to form a cabinet that will work hard for the people. That takes a kike Agos, Cary Most Japanese, No, Mr Sugar as Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's long serving grim faced spokesman Up till now. He has always been a backroom guy. A fixer. He has none of the charm or diplomatic skills. Mr Abba used TTO win over President Donald Trump. But according to those who know him like economists and long term Tokyo resident Yes, Bacall, Mr Sugar brings other attributes to the game. Here is a man who gets up at five o'clock in the morning. Does 100 sit ups and then reads all the newspapers and by 6 30. He's starting meetings right with business people with advisers, you know, with outside economists, he absorbs like a sponge and wants to get things done for the country. He's not interested in any of the glitz or blink that comes with war nongovernment. The problem for Mr Suder. Is he has no mandate from the Japanese people. His elevation to the top job was a stitch up by L. V P. Party bosses in smoke filled back rooms. Perhaps because of that much is being made of Mr Segers Humble background. The son of a strawberry farmer, he worked in a cardboard factory to pay his way through college. He's certainly very different from most of Japan's recent prime ministers like Mr Abbott, the silent of a powerful political dynasty, but in the scheming world of Japanese politics Rashid, a circus. Humble origins could also be his undoing. According to Professor Koichi Nakano of Tokyo's Sophia University. Mr Silva comes from a humble background. He really doesn't have his own power base. You know, he doesn't belong to any faction on DH. He actually, you know, Rose to power because he was Mr B's preferred choice on the party bosses rally behind him, You know, emergency situation. But once the emergency situation is gone, and once the party bosses study realized that they're not getting all they wanted. I'm sure there's going to be past trouble. They're both from

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Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe officially resigns

BBC World Service

00:54 sec | 2 d ago

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe officially resigns

"The new leader of Japan's ruling party, is now the country's first new prime minister in eight years. NPR's Anthony Koon reports from Seoul that outgoing Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has resigned. Citing poor health. Lawmakers voted in Yoshihide Suga in Parliament, where his Liberal Democratic Party has a majority. Suba has pledged to continue the policies of his former boss, Shinzo Abe. Asuka has a reputation as an uncharismatic but effective behind the scenes political operator. As absurd. Chief Cabinet secretary. He held the government's ministries in check, and his spokesman, He kept journalists in check while Abby was a political blue blood saga is the son of strawberry farmers. Before I be Japan had a string of prime ministers who only lasted a year each so many Japanese air hoping Sogo will bring stability and continuity. Anthony Kun, NPR news

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Before Resigning, Prime Minister Makes A Final Push To Strengthen Japan's Military

All Things Considered

03:44 min | 2 d ago

Before Resigning, Prime Minister Makes A Final Push To Strengthen Japan's Military

"Abe, Japan's longest serving prime minister, is stepping down this week after eight years in office. With his career ending he has made a final push to strengthen Japan's military. As NPR's Anthony Koon reports from Seoul. That push could affect the balance of power in Asia. At a press briefing last month to announce his resignation, Arbet said the country faces and increasingly harsh security environment for North Korea has greatly improved its ballistic missile capabilities. He said he questioned if it's enough just to be able to intercept those missiles. And later suggested Japan also needs a missile arsenal as a deterrent. That could alter the security landscape in Asia. Sheila Smith, the Japan expert at the Council on Foreign Relations, points out that at the moment, Japan is the only country in Northeast Asia that does not maintain ballistic missiles. One of Bob's career long goals has been to throw off post World War two restrictions on Japan's military. He failed to revise Japan's constitution in which Japan gives up the right to wage war. But in 2015, he did push through legislation allowing Japan to deploy troops overseas in support of allies. At the time. He explained it like this. I know From tomorrow, no more. Let us no longer turn a blind eye to the changes in the environment and remain idle said he urged Japanese to be more confident. They also oversaw the making of Japan's first aircraft carriers since World War two President Trump boarded one of them on a visit to Japan last year and praised his host. I want to thank my friend. And your prime minister. Is an extraordinary man. His commitment to improving Japan's defense capabilities. Which also advances the security of the United States of America. President Trump is questioned the need to protect wealthy allies like Japan, who he says don't pay their fair share of defense costs. Matsuhisa Sato, a lawmaker with the ruling Liberal Democratic Party, says that even before Trump, Japan knew that the U. S was weary from decades of foreign wars, almost taken taking a soldier's gotta move. No Sekai. No case took President Obama said that the U. S is going to stop being, the world's policeman says, and the lawmaker added the trend of countries taking more responsibility for their own defence will continue. Regardless of who the new U. S president is Washington in Tokyo insist their alliance remains ironclad. But doubts about America's commitment are driving the Japanese debate about missile defense. Sheila Smith of the Council on Foreign Relations, says this represents a shift in Japanese people's thinking they've grown up with the U. S. Japan Alliance says the you know like the framework within which Japan thinks about its security. They don't have A conversation. I've never really had a thought process in their public policy debate that says So, what do we do if the alliance doesn't work? Former defense official Kyoji Ah Nagasawa argues that Japan now faces twin risks in its alliance with the US home Tonight. One risk, he says, is that the U. S. Might abandon Japan thie. Other growing risk, he says, is that the U. S. May drag Japan into an unnecessary conflict, for example, with China He says Japan should focus on diplomatic solutions such as mediating between Washington and Beijing, rather than seeking new weapons. The outcome of Japan's internal debate on missile defense will become clear by year's end. When Shinzo Abe successor and his government roll out a new policy. Anthony Kun, NPR news soul

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Yoshihide Suga wins party vote for Japan prime minister

Morning Edition

00:33 sec | 4 d ago

Yoshihide Suga wins party vote for Japan prime minister

"Japan's ruling party has voted in a new leader, NPR's Anthony Kin, reports. The party's pick is expected to be confirmed as the country's new prime minister in a vote later this week. Yoshihide Suga beat out two former Cabinet ministers to win the presidency of the Liberal Democratic Party saga is 71 has served his outgoing Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's right hand man for the past eight years. He says he plans to continue a policy of monetary easing to revive the economy and building up Japan's military. NPR's Anthony Kun

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Chicago Woman Dead, Man In Critical Condition After Shots Fired Into Parked Car In Garfield Park

CBS2 News Chicago

00:20 sec | 4 d ago

Chicago Woman Dead, Man In Critical Condition After Shots Fired Into Parked Car In Garfield Park

"Some breaking news from. In East Garfield Park a twenty eight year old woman is dead after she was shot in a parked car police say a man came up and just started shooting right near Pulaski and lake. The woman was shot in the back. A man was also in the car with her and he was shot in the stomach and is now in critical condition so far no one has been arrested

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Japan set for new prime minister after ruling party vote

Monocle 24: The Globalist

05:25 min | 4 d ago

Japan set for new prime minister after ruling party vote

"By the end of today, could Japan have a new prime minister? The departure of Shinzo Abe's due to ill health triggered a rapid and intense race within the country's ruling Liberal. Democratic Party today's voters among three contenders with a front runner Mr Abbas advisor Your Shahida suge he promises to maintain JAPA- Japan's current economic policies what I'm delighted to say our Tokyo Bureau chief know. Wilson. Joins me now good afternoon. Aloe Vera. What is the latest? Well the election is happening as we speak the members of the L. D. The parliamentary members are in a hotel in Tokyo casting their votes. I don't think it's going to take that long actually, and I expect the results to come out quite soon and you're right Mr Sugar is. Massively the favourite he's already secured seventy percent of the vote within the party the parliamentary multi, the votes he'll probably get most of those as well. So it really is sort of a formality, this election and what will happen next is on Wednesday the Diet will come into session and he will be. Made Prime Minister officially. What is it about your Shahida suge which seems to have guaranteed to convincing win for him. Well I think number one is he's ver- famously very loyal to Shinzo, Arbor, and his his platform is basically all just do more of the same. So he's not putting up any kind of different policies. It's really hard to cigarette paper between these two he's he's openly said he will continue the economic policy, the diplomatic policy, and that seems to be quite welcome within the party within the parliamentary party. Certainly. Now. The other two candidates. Very strong candidates, Mr Kishida, and and also Mr issued burner issues. We've talked about him quite often he's been. A strong critic of Shinto Arbor but those they can't win today almost impossible I. You know less this summer unbelievable event. But they're looking to next year I mean even though Mr Suge will win today, he can really only see out Shinzo Abe's term which would have finished next September, this term as president of the Party and the the term finish is September twenty twenty one when they will have to be another election. So the big discussion now is does Mr Suge immediately have a general election to. Cement his position. So I think that will be the big discussion next week. What is the popularity of him among Japanese citizens I e descriptions of him in the press did not paint him as a particularly pleasant. A warm character that many people would be inspired by in fact, the absolute opposite but it's only in the last couple of weeks at a twinkle in his eye appeared. Carefully contrived twinkle in his eye I mean he's been in front of the press twice a day every day for nearly eight years because he's been the spokesperson for Shinzo, Abe's government. So the press knows him very very well, I think his public persona is is not so clear people now know he's the son of a strawberry farm he's not from one of. These famous political families like Shinzo Bay Familia, Kishida, one of his rivals he's he's worked his way up, which is being a little bit of involuntary cheese talked about I'm a regular person. If I can become prime minister anyone can and they've tried to craft a bit of a warm personality saying he's got a sweet tooth. We've had a few friends wheeled out. From his his hometown, he comes from Accu in the north of Japan from a Small Town Newshour but I have to say the people they've they've brought out have rather confirmed that he was a pretty quiet nondescript character as a youth. You didn't really do much more than than than fish for trout and played baseball. He wasn't really marked out for political success. Oh I wouldn't say he's he's extremely charismatic and he himself admits he doesn't have much diplomatic experience. So that will be interesting because obviously one of the big relationships that Japan has its regional neighbors and with the US and I, I'm trying to imagine Yoshida and Donald Trump. That could be an interesting meeting. I think Mr Saga the the Polish that some of his. Colleagues, have and I I. HE admits that will be a new experience for him. I mean he indeed, I mean he's already said that if he does indeed secure the job, he will need the help of Shinzo rb when dealing with foreign policy as you say, it's going to be a different kind of. For in front facing world that the Japan will be pro presenting to following the departure Shinzo. but how much is there a real feeling that will be in the background despite his departure? I. Don't think he'll be in the background in any sensitive as a puppeteer, but I think the aims of his government will be pursued in one thing that's very interesting about sugar is he's not really an ideologue Shinzo had some quite. He had ideological positions are very well known. You know these nationalist positions very concerned to to reformulate the constitution Japan's pacifist constitution. He wanted to change that. Now really saga is not one go on about nationalism in any shape or form he's very pragmatic and everyone says the same thing he doesn't have a lot of charm sorry to say but that that's the the verdict on. Him when he goes into her and he's not dominating the room radiating charisma he looks at the small print and he's he's not really one for schmoozing but he wants to get things done and that's where he will differ from Shinzo obey. But I don't think he'll be grandstanding on the diplomatic

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Twelve Minutes Is An Indie Game With A Star-Studded Cast

Checkpoint Radio

00:55 sec | 5 d ago

Twelve Minutes Is An Indie Game With A Star-Studded Cast

"Minutes and its story driven and the idea is that this couple keeps reliving these 12 minutes over and over and over like Spike Spike Lee joint. Yeah, kind of and you get to help decide what they doing. They lived through it, but the reason that it jumped back up onto my radar. There's three characters that it in their voice by James McAvoy, Daisy are Daisy Ridley and Willem Dafoe was the narrator How, um, voice telling them They're crazy. Name out, Like even five? Maybe eight years ago. Your You're like, Yo, we're gonna get three of the largest Hollywood actors to do this small scale video game is indeed game essentially yet they're like wild. What are you talking about? That would never happen. But now in today's Age like that's what they know that they those names alone helps bring people in to play the game. I'm interested now more so in this 12 minutes game now that you said those three people are involved. Exactly. Okay, Well, what is this 12 minutes all about? And then finally, I think

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Kool & the Gang co-founder Ronald 'Khalis' Bell dies at 68

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | Last week

Kool & the Gang co-founder Ronald 'Khalis' Bell dies at 68

"A musician with a popular band has died the man who helped put the cooling the cool and the gang has died a publicist for the bands as cool school founder and singer Ronald police bell died at his home in the Virgin Islands with his wife at his side no details on the cause of his death were released cool and the gang was one of the big recording groups of the nineteen seventies with a popular blend of jazz funk R&B and pop and after a brief lull they returned to stardom in the nineteen eighties the group won a Grammy for its work on the Saturday night fever album they'll road and compose some of the group's biggest hits including celebration cherish and jungle boogie bill was sixty eight years old I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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interview with Dr Mike Schneider

Moving2Live

04:59 min | Last week

interview with Dr Mike Schneider

"Dr Schneider. Thank you for taking time to talk to Pittsburgh Philip PG and moving to live. Sure my pleasure. Guess the first question I. Want to ask because I was I made aware of you because I'm also guilty of these silo knowledge is. You see somebody in the elevator, what's your thirty second elevator Spiel of who are you or what you do Yes. So my elevators. I am a chiropractor by training working in a physical therapy department doing back pain research on a full-time basis. And I know I wanNA touch briefly on how one goes from a career as a chiropractor seeing patients which I know you did for many years we won't say many many years and then you did Not, really a complete one eighty, but a big shift and decided to get a PhD. Briefly. How to do or why did you decide to go into chiropractic medicine and then what was the decision to kind of go and get some additional education and go from primarily patient care to doing research? Sure and I did do kind of a one eighty mid career so. Beginning back to why they go into Chiropractic it's interesting. Her somebody saves me once before we choose our career pass when we're basically teenagers. Right, so I'm. I'm doing Undergrad, studies I went to. University of New York at Binghamton, as a biology major, and I wanted to go into some kind of healthcare profession and. I you know I was was intrigued by sort of the the alternative fields to medicine. I didn't want to go to medical school I wanted to do something else carpet just appealed to me was something different. Alternative. Kind of A. Mainstream alternative and not completely alternative medicine field. So I chose Chiropractic as as my profession being young and. Naive I guess. And I know prior prior to moving to Pittsburgh and becoming acquainted with the number of chiropractors. My thought of Chiropractors were they were somebody that you went to a couple of times a week for basically I'm saying this an air quotes back cracks and I've learned over the past seven or eight years that there's really. Two directions, the chiropractors go there's those that do that. They want to get people in maybe on a subscription basis where they come in multiple times a week, and then there's others that I've been fortunate to meet where they work in a manner that's very similar to the way physiotherapists work in other countries or physical therapists work. Which Direction when you started out in your career path where you or was it entirely different when you started out as far as the directions, the chiropractors tended to go. Well I'm not embarrassed to tell you to my agent I've been practice I graduated from chiropractic school in Nineteen Eighty two. So many many years ago well over thirty years ago. And at that time, chiropractic. Had Not quite evolved to where it is now but over the years since that time we started seeing, I think the boundaries between physical therapy and carpet professions getting blurred and what I mean by that it's probably in the late ninety s crate Lebron Sin The chiropractor from Los. Angeles started bringing his rehabilitation model to car practic. So prior to that most banks just doing the manual. As you call back cracking techniques and then start blending rehabilitation techniques at the same time the physical therapy sessions going the other direction where they mainly just prescribing exercise not putting your hands on people as much and there was an interest in the PT profession and the eighties and nineties start introducing more manual techniques. So I think we're seeing you know blurring of the lines now as evidenced by me a chiropractor working in a physical therapy department. And what was the impetus after working as a chiropractor to as you said, do a career one eighty, get a PhD in rehabilitative sciences and become more heavily researcher. Yes. So even when when I was in clinical practice all those years and I practice over twenty five years before he decided to get a PhD which is very unusual thing I'm finding out that's not typical path. But all those years in practice it always kind of bothered me I was helping people but I was realizing in a sense we're experimenting on patients doing things that I would learn at conferences or at reading books. Would do them my patients. I felt part of me felt badly about that like I. Don't know for sure that this works I. Think it does. And so even when I practice I was publishing papers and trying to get involved research. It seemed like I always was being pulled in that direction. So. Quite frankly was his family events change. I have two kids when I started getting sat empty nest part of life. So we're really what do I to do now right I got my kids through. High School and they're often going into college. I'm going to go back myself.

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Girl, 8, among those killed during violent Labor Day weekend in Chicago

Chris Plante

00:41 sec | Last week

Girl, 8, among those killed during violent Labor Day weekend in Chicago

"Shot to death in Chicago, an eight year old girl shot and killed She was in a vehicle stopped at a red light and 40 at 47th and Union just before six o'clock last night, when someone in another vehicle vehicle opened opened fire, fire, striking striking the the child child As As well well as as a a 31 31 year year old old man man and and a a 30 30 year year old old woman. woman. Here Here is is the the Chicago Chicago Police Police Department Department chief chief of of operations operations Brian McDermott. I stand here before you sat in and angered Another child has lost her life to Sansa's gone violence in the city, Chicago All told 56 people were shot over the long Labor Day weekend. Eight were killed. Including that eight year old girl. Today is the

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Unsticking from a Busy Mind with Jessica Borushok

Not Another Anxiety Show

04:56 min | Last week

Unsticking from a Busy Mind with Jessica Borushok

"Hey, guys welcome to not another anxiety show. I'm your host Kelly Walker and joining me today is the busy mind psychologist Dr, Jessica Abortion who helps people get unstuck from their busy minds. So they can be their best stuff. Thanks so much for joining us today. Thanks so much for having me. I'm so excited for this conversation I know. People are GONNA love it. It's GonNa be very valuable at least. I know it's going to be valuable for me. Valuable reach. In and Now I was hoping. Can you can you start by telling us a little bit about what a busy mind might look like because I imagine it can show up in different costumes that were not necessarily aware of at least I. Know I was. Of course, I mean, listen our minds are sneaky and a lot of times. We don't know when we're kind of caught up in our head or caught up in that that pattern of just getting sucked down that rabbit hole busy minds I like to think of it as if you're having those moments who anytime your mind is being taken out of the present moment if you're having a lot. Of like what if thoughts like what if this happens? Are you find yourself reflecting on past experiences tearing apart those experiences going over it well, past the point where it's helpful because that's the important piece. There are times when being in your head problem-solving analyzing planning is super helpful and it's a skill that we want to have. But then there's a point where it's no longer helpful and it just. Trying. We're worrying about something for the tenth time when we find ourselves getting really caught up in like should 's like, oh, I should do this or I have to do this or what if and those are kind of little clues to me that I'm getting sucked into my mind and my mind starting to kind of just do work instead of serving me. Okay. So that's how we can start to discern like the should have to what ifs can. Be Closer flags to help us discern. All right. This may have crossed the line from helpful productive, supportive resourceful to Counterproductive. Exactly. Okay. Great Now. Can can you tell us also how did you come to be in this niche of helping people get unstuck from their busy minds? Is there is their personal severe journey that played a part in developing your current here. Of course, there is A. Listen I have the busiest mind immune your world. I'm just in my natural default state I I'm a problem solver I like thinkings odds I like you know think he'd through different scenarios I find it really enjoyable and yet a gone through a couple scenarios in my life where I've struggled with mental health ends the busy mind has just gotten a little bit out of control and I've I've been in this state where I felt like my mind was controlling what's happening in my life instead of me. So back when I was early teens late twenties, I struggled with OCD now, a lot of times when people think of OCD. Hand washing and and concerns around germs. The MY OCD was much more surrounded by safety. So in the evenings I would do things like check the walks ten times you'll make sure there no one was in my room I just a lot of almost kind of paranoia type thoughts around safety and around making sure that I was doing everything I could to make sure that I was safe and unfortunately what ends up happening is your mind starts going. Well, what if this what if someone somehow snuck into your room one if even though you checked. That the stove was off, it really wasn't and those thoughts would then feed all of these behaviors because I'd get so overwhelmed. So anxious in response to that it's like, oh, we'll. We'll. What if I mean if it's it just takes two minutes to go check the stove and make sure that it's turned off. But if I don't check at the House, could burn down and so that was my first experience of seeing how that good analytical part of my mind could be used against me and going to therapy for a couple of sessions I did. A did exposure plus response prevention, which is the most common treatment for OCD, and I'm happy to say it hasn't been an issue in my life for about eight years, which is really great. It's still pops up from time to time but it. I now in control of how I respond to it and I think that's the key it's not necessarily that will ever permanently delete these types of thoughts but as long as we're not feeding them. They're not. We get to decide what happens next

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Body-Image Healing and Body Grief with Brianna Campos

Food Psych

05:21 min | Last week

Body-Image Healing and Body Grief with Brianna Campos

"Premiere. I'm your host, Christie Harrison and today I'm talking with Brianna campus a fat positive health at every size therapist and body image coach and a lovely human to kick off this eighth year of the podcast we talked about how to improve body image and fight internalized weight stigma, her concept of body grief how body image is connected to what's going on in the world around you and so much more. I can't wait to share a conversation with you in just a moment but first it's time for ask food psych our listener QNA segment. This week I have an amazing answer for you from a fabulous co host and friend of the pod Sofala trip. Shinsegi Sofala shared her story in episode one ninety one. So if you haven't heard that interview already, I highly recommend checking it out. She's a bad ass writer teacher and Social Justice Attorney with a book coming out next year and I just love her and before I plays of all his answer, I'll just give our standard disclaimer that these answers and this podcast in general are for informational and educational purposes only aren't to substitute for individual medical or mental health advice and don't constitute a provider patient relationship. This, question is from a listener named Amy who writes, Hi, I'm a forty two year old married mother of five kids when I was younger, I struggled with an eating disorder and while I have mostly recovered still struggle at times intuitive eating was literally life changing for me and has helped so much in my recovery. However, I'm confused about how to implement some of the strategies with a large family I know that for my own recovery A. Big Part of rejecting diet culture was making certain trigger food's always available. So those foods did not bring feelings of restriction and then subsequent disordered eating behavior. However, I'm noticing that within my own family when we do have special food such as those found during holidays or parties in the house, the entire family seems to have the scarcity mindset and consume those foods at a higher rate simply because they're thinking better, eat it now before it's gone. which is totally true with so many people in our household special foods do not last long at all I really want to help my children avoid disordered eating, but it is simply not practical nor within our budget to keep those more desirable food's always available our family is well fed and there's always plenty to eat in the house. But when special occasions arise, we have special foods I feel like the better eat it now before it's gone. Slash. Scarcity mindset starts to kick in what do you suggest? How can I help my family avoid scarcity mindset with special foods when just by virtue of budgetary limits and the number of people living in our house, those special foods are more scarce. Thank you. So would love to hear your thoughts on that questions of a while. I love this question I relate to it and the listener who wrote it so much I too am a mom. I only have one kid not five. So we're on different both in that way but. I too am a mom and have a background as the listener says the eating disorder in her case. I always say disordered eating in mine because I never had a diagnosis even though the whole concept of how these things diagnosed can be problematic since I never had one I just had a disordered eating background and a part of my recovery that was incredibly important like a listener our rights is. A making the quote unquote I'm forbidden foods available and trying to make them just a normal low key part of how food flows through my life. So that I. Don't set myself up for the kind of restriction. Cycle, and also because I, I really enjoy food and so part of you know my recovery was just wasn't is about making these foods that I love and sort of limited just available so that I can enjoy them rate just for the sake of the pleasure Sell released a question on so many levels and first and foremost. I think I approach it as a mom and as a former kid. Dieter. We don't know when this person started their eating disorder they're dieting but I started when I was very, very young and so as a mom as now a five-year-old's. One of my main goals really in life as a mom is to raise a child who trust her appetite. Could trust her behavior around food and who can eat without a lot of drama and a lot of sort of negative emotional stuff happening at the same time. So I think that's a goal that this mom shares I think that's kind of underlying the question is. How do I help my family? Have a relationship with food that is pleasurable and? Not marked by a ton of drama, you know given her back nick event is the reality of of their budget and. You Know How put food on the table.

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Elizabeth Wharton: Strong shoulders for someone else to stand on

The CyberWire

05:12 min | Last week

Elizabeth Wharton: Strong shoulders for someone else to stand on

"This, Elizabeth Warren and I am an attorney by training and currently chief of staff at site an Internet startup company. I've always enjoyed solving problems. Nancy drew being some of my favorite books. Growing up early on I thought, I was going to be kind of the. White Knights eight-year District Attorney fighting crime and I realized very quickly after years of high school mock trial competitions that at the end of the day, I did not enjoy it litigation. So, while I knew, I had found my home in the policy legal world. It took me a little while to come upon the technology side. So been a few years on the hill looked around the room and said what's next and saw it everyone who was at that level I thought I wanted to be they all had a law degree. From there went to law school passed the Bar, and of course, answer the sirens call a big law firm. Big. Money big projects. and. Works in finance business in real estate for both a for six years. As I started doing that more friends be in the Atlanta area. Were involved in different technology projects research. And they start asking you questions and. Hey if we're doing this, if we're researching, this is this legal And from there it just snowballs and next thing I know as John Wick and the John Wick movies would say. Are you. Are you back John and eventually he's like, yeah, I guess I am so. You are you are you at technology attorney? Well Yeah I guess I am. there. I've had the good fortune to take diets years of advising businesses. From the outside looking in and helping companies shape their strategy from the legal perspective that I've been able to grow that and now can help companies shape their strategy from the inside looking out. So that's a lot of lot of. It really helps a building in if you have thought five moves ahead as you're doing something. That went surprises come up later it's. It's a lot of fun I. Get to be able to say, Oh, no no, we built that we baked that into the contract ahead of time or yeah, I anticipated I mean one of the best examples is you look at, for example, if I'm working with security researchers, we've got a product that we want to use that says, oh, you can't reverse engineer this software. But. If I know going in that, that's exactly what we're. GonNa do but not from militia standpoint instead we wanna make sure it meets our needs. So knowing how to then go back to the other company and say hey gonNA be honest. Engineering, teams. GonNa reverse us. But we're doing it to protect ourselves. So basically think of it as we're can be deering. Free Quality Assurance Testing, and some folks love you. Because you're like wait you're going to pay US money to use our product and give us. Effective feedback on how to make it better. Yes Steve At. Moon. Ask. Those questions find. Who had brings you joy speaks your interest what sparks your imagination. Look around see who's doing even just a piece of that or part of that and asked them hey, what what about us drove you there or what should I do what I learned and just absorb that information every step of the way I have had someone willing to give their time, their expertise and really just mentoring doesn't quite summit all of supporting cheering me on and I'd like to think that I can just help someone else because you're the adage that a rising tide lifts all ships we didn't get to where we are without the help of others, and so I just like to add drunk shoulders for someone else to stand awning help reach their heights.

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A Conversation With Genevieve Piturro  Founder of the Pajama Project

Extraordinary Women Radio with Kami Guildner

03:53 min | 3 weeks ago

A Conversation With Genevieve Piturro Founder of the Pajama Project

"Hello My. Women, friends, I am so happy to share today's gas genevieve paternal with you. Her story is an inspiration, a busy television marketing exact in New York City and she hears the whisper of a little girl in her ear and her life is forever changed. This story speaks to the power of what one person can do when they have set their mind to it. Genevieve is the founder of the Pajama Project. They have given out over seven million pajamas and read books to children with those pajamas in shelters across the US in Puerto Rico. A can't wait for you to hear her story get ready to be inspired. Let's meet genevieve paternal. Welcome extraordinary woman radio. genevieve. While thank you, Happy Cami. It's great to have you here. Where are you joining us from today jokes out of Manhattan in the county of Westchester. Very good very good house Howard things out there. In West Westchester we have a lot more than in Manhattan. So it's amazing how you know half an hour away. It's so quiet and closed in Manhattan but has to be that way so that we can say exactly crazy times for sure. Isn't it upside down world? Yes. Yup. As an why some of our work is so important right now and I really am excited to hear some of your stories and here you know you're passionate around human connection and really just helping people step into leading with meeting. So I'm super super excited to hear more of your story unless you start there let's start with this amenity. You were successful television marketing EXAC in New York. And right in the heart of the city and a little girls question changed the course of your life for ever. So tell us more about that. Yes. Yes. I wanted to climb the corporate ladder. And it was not what my family expected very traditional Italian family and I think everyone's waiting for grandchildren firstborn. warned me. Only I had a culprit clock tick game and I just wanted to be independent and wants to be independent woman and I wanted to be like Mary Tyler Moore show at everything and I would just stay off and watch watcher every Saturday night as. I wish I had met the woman that I took a picture of their statue. That's that's all I got to do. But yes she she broke a lot of barriers and I want to be like her as it is a kid. And I did find the corporate ladder and fifteen years in I thought I had the great job and I had the great apartment like she and I was working on that, wardrobe. So. I heard a voice in me before that little girls question. It was question in me I was so shocked I heard a voice in me ask if this is the next thirty years of your life is this enough to that came? What were you doing when that came to you in the moment I was in my apartment was an afternoon. I don't know what they what? It must have been a weekend and I sat down because I never heard a voice come from anywhere except the babbly of my brain and this wasn't up there was lower. Now I call it my heart voice, and we all have a heart voice we need to listen to it because I wasn't listening to mind until. I screamed at me, but it was just a clear. A, clear whisper. But it was unmistakable and I sat down and I realized, wow, fifteen years in thirty eight years old now I'm thinking was right path. This is the question I have to answer. Really the answer was came to me so fast it was no, you know what was what was the big deal? I was alone and I would be along if I didn't really think about what was important because I realized all of a sudden nothing mattered.

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"eight year" Discussed on The Rack Radio Show

The Rack Radio Show

08:11 min | 3 months ago

"eight year" Discussed on The Rack Radio Show

"Epic in terms of what he's done so the fact that his father kind of. I think hurts a little bit because I'm sure he would have loved to have seen you know. have his father's see what he's done. He's achieved, but it was a really sweet moment I just I. I like how he's like I need I need makeup remover a need to get this shit off? Please someone, please which why? Why don't you travel with with with makeup remover all? All, have there, but you can go you go to CVS, and you can get the little neutrogena packets for like a dollar in you. Just there's five elementary, and you throw them in there, and you wipe it off and you're done. He doesn't need it. He has a whole. The all staff that volunteer take off the entertainers makeup I need to know I you have to do. It now no, so. Trying to think if there's anything else really stands out from this episode. That's super. That's about it. Oh yeah, the final. We need to talk about so at the end. It's very touching. They that they played all the sad country music. As you know, they always own. He's out there talking about people. They talk about. Brand Haryoko. Pseudo Mark Henry show Michael's AAA h and the Mayor Kane. American, mayor came Oh always be. The mayor came I find that relationship, really interesting and I would love to know more about it because I watch after this. CAIN interview with don't call currently going around watching it because amount of content, and so I wanted to watch it and remember to sell there so the way that cain talks about mark undertaker I don't know. Are we allowed to call him mark? Are we allowed to do that now? I don't know. Anyway the undertaker was absolutely instrumental in canes. Career always went to bat for him, and always defended him, and always stood up for him. Their work married basically, and so I kind of love that relationship in that dynamic between the two the way that they talk about each other 'cause taker taker I. think Really Really Really Likes Glenn, to shout him out twice, you know. And just to be given crap and everything, so I think he really likes him but I. Just I like that relationship, and how that dynamic is I want to see I would actually love to see the more like the two of them. Sit Down together into shoot. Shit would be amazing, but at least to me I know my else, but I would love to watch that, but yeah, this was. This was everything that you want you wanted in finale. The country music, which was troubadour by George Strait kicked you. You in the fucking feels so hard to so hard I cried my way through the ending of it, but as I keep saying, but yeah this if this is it if this is really it and he's done I'm sad that he's, but I'm also happy for him because it's obviously a decision that he has struggled with, and it means that he's no longer in pain, if it means that he gets to be happy and spend time with his family, and his daughters, and his son, and his wife and Enjoy all the fruits of his Labor so man. Go go live your life. Go enjoy yourself. Go do everything that you've kind of missed out on doing and just thank you. Just thank you for at least for me. Twenty years of memories and enjoyment and inspiration and everything I don't know if I would be a wrestling fan without the undertaker. That's the thing I think. He's kind of at one constant. That sort of kept me in the business like when everybody else left me, the undertake roster. How Sad! I give it. Every. I would fall in love with people, and then they would go away and it's like, but but but I love him. Bring him back. Where did he go in? There was always the undertaker. He was always there and I hope he writes a book I. Think that would be the one thing that I would love to see from him, is he does write a book and he talks about his life in his career. Like I know that I owe that we got this and this was such a wonderful introspection into him, and to see not only the undertaker, but to see. See Mark Calloway because he such I feel like the man behind. It is more mysterious than the actual character Ed for good reason because he's incredibly private, he has to be and so to get to see him to get to see his personality when he's really like and the fact that throughout the years in conversations and wondering that certain things are true that we were able to beg on him. It's like okay. All right cool got that right awesome. I think it was really neat. I think it was I. Actually think I like more calorie more than I like the undertaker. That wrong, but you're afraid like going. She was very, I was really afraid to see the person because. They always say you never wanNA. Meet your heroes right and the hardest thing is when you're. Heroes approved mortal, and you see what they're really light because you see them on TV and you make assumptions about them which you shouldn't do, but we all do it. You know in terms of based on what we see and I think I was really really scared that like they were gonNA show who he really was, and it's coming out. What if he's an asshole? Or what if he's a prick? What if he's you know? Super Creepy your grocer. The real story is what we've seen. We have talked about in our second segment. Yeah, Lake, you know what if he's done all these horrific things and He's not really ultimately what if he's not the person that everybody says that he is right? What if he's really just this horrible person? What am I gonNA do because it's like I have so much invested. In this human, being as a fan that it's like God if if we ever had cancel the undertaker, I don't know if I could do it. it's that serious, and so the fact that he wasn't that, and he just this at least from all appearances down to Earth, chill, smart ass, sarcastic Texas. Redneck who you just WanNa go have a beer with makes me. Me So happy. 'cause like I said I was afraid I was really afraid that my opinion of him was going to change, and it's like what if it changes for the worse like I'm glad at change for the better, because did change, but what if it changes for the worse? What if I don't like him after this when my supposed to do with my life? No not with my life, but like like what am I supposed to do? Brings his interact with the new day. That was great. That was amazing. That was so amazing I kind of want all the bureau footage of taker interacting with all the young guys 'cause. There was like a clip from last episode where he and I think we talked about it where he's like all these assholes were kids when I showed up and then says like. I wasn't talking about you. And Seth runs away but I. Just what Yeah I just want. Take her like I don't know I wanNA see like those interactions with the talent, and I wanna see I want more from this you know. which is sad and it's wrong, but. You, what the be roll your. What the side story rather than the main store. You WanNa see interaction with people you want to see him. Do other things and. You know I want the outtakes because I want him to drop an f-bomb any outtakes. Did at least twenty times. You mean other than the. Two words, yeah, other than words other than the two times that happen I want like the outtakes I just. You know just seeing somebody. Being natural that there's there's this fascination with till, not because we don't ever get to see it, but it's like this is. This is really cool that he opened his life up and his family up for us to see this and experience this because he didn't have to. You know I think the last time he did. It was in storyline in. It did not go well for him so the fact that he did do this. This time is not necessarily part storyline. And he let us see how he is with his wife. And his daughters and his family, and his friends, and find out who he's really close with, and he just gave us that like that's. That's really cool. Hopefully, really colon. If you missed, our recaps are available recreation show dot com where we broke down every single episode. Oh yeah, that was the other thing we missed He went down exte-..

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"eight year" Discussed on The Rack Radio Show

The Rack Radio Show

06:04 min | 3 months ago

"eight year" Discussed on The Rack Radio Show

"Microsoft dropped a bomb on Tuesday. Monday. Tuesday. Monday, I can't keep track anymore. Twitter has been viral. We anyway mixer dropped a bomb on Monday that it is announced it is closing down effective immediately an all streamer contract, or all streamers and affiliates are being transferred over to facebook gaming as Messrs now partnering with Facebook Gaming. The exceptions to the rule because you had several major contracts in mixer or Ninja enshrouded. They were. They were paid a lot of money to leave. Leave twitch and I. Think Life into the glide and went to facebook gaming Ninja travel paid a lot of money to leave twitch channels behind. Go over to mixer Both of them have indicated that they are not going to go to facebook gaming. They opted out of that deal. They got paid out a ridiculous amount of money. Apparently, nobody knows the exact. Some I've heard. It's in the neighborhood of thirty million. Million dollars, but I don't know that for wondered one hundred percent certain but Ninja and trotter essentially now free agents. They can go wherever they want to go, and there is a lot of speculation that they're going to go back to twitch. Ninja has been on his switch channels of recently making updates to it but nobody has made any kind of formal announcement. He's probably GONNA. Make one I would bet next week. Week or in a couple of weeks, haven't seen anything for shroud. There's been no announcement. They're both taken time to figure things out. It's big mixer close now this huge. There's a lot of people who are without a platform at the moment or transitioning to different platforms. No I. Don't know anyone who really watches facebook gaming. So that's that's unfortunate, but also you watch facebook gaming. Go follow darkest for two nine. He's amazing. But. No one was watching Nixon either. Ninja trout did not bring over the viewership that they had hoped they would. They brought over followers, but the viewership was only with the fourth to eighth of what they were getting on twitch. Because it's a different platform and people like you people watching us, say or twits that he just likes to beat you live. This is where your home is. It's more it's. Were accessible going to twitch whether that mixer platform. It's the truth because of absence of its you get on your phone. You TV Cetera. Well from what I understood when it at least when Ninja went over, not everything was set up yet the way that it was set up on twitch to the monetization options were limited, and they were very weird. I think they had gone them up and running by the time all this happened, but streamers just could not make the same amount of money. It was hard for them to give viewership because mixer mixers mixer right like when you think of a gaming platform, you think of twitch or Youtube, which gained hugely in popularity facebook gaming, which has gained in popularity because they make it easier for streamers. I think mixer was. Was a little complicated. A lot of people didn't necessarily like it they were willing to pay out. In terms of getting people come over, but in terms of viewership. Like you said it just wasn't there. A mixer has struggled for almost a year now. And I think Microsoft is find like you know what we're pulling the plug What really sucks in this is that some of their employees didn't know that this was GonNa Happen, and some other streamers that this was going to happen, and so they found out on twitter that they were out of a job where they were out of a platform and debts just horrendous it's. Horrendous that some people had to find out they were out of a job. Through social media, so I'm sorry to everybody that has lost their job or has lost their platform, because that completely sucks I know I. Know Somewhat of the hard work that it takes not really but the work that goes into building a community and building a channel and doing everything that you do for it is a lot of hard work that really does require almost your full attention and dedication to do properly and to people who have given up their jobs and given up their lives, and put all their chips in on streaming, and have had successive where mixer there now trying to find a place to go to rebuild that that channel in that community so and I've been seeing some. Some of this and I'm going to kind of agree with a lot of the other streamers him saying, please don't get keep twitch or youtube or facebook gaming. Please don't be that asshole. That's like well I was here. I, you shouldn't be here kind of thing. Please welcome everybody with open arms because they had no choice in this. It's not like they're they're like. Oh, I'm not seeing the numbers on mixer so I'm GONNA. Go back over to twitch. That's or I'm not seeing the numbers I'm GonNa. Go Try Youtube I'M GONNA. Go Try facebook. That's not what this is. This is literally. They woke up to an email that was hey were done. Take Shit and get out. That's what that is. You have thirty days to leave all. Your stuff is transferring over to facebook gaming. You can go over there if you want, but we really don't care where you go. That's what happened to them to everybody every single person on that platform and now they're trying to find a police to go, so please please be nice to people. Welcome with open arms. Help them out if you can you know, support them because they need it right, it's a rough time. It's a hard time in like people like Ninja Trout. They're impacted as well, but I think they're going to be okay. In the long run they will be okay, but the smaller streamers not so much. We'll see what happens. We ll see what happens, but I say. We take our first break of the evening. From? It'd be very quick. It's going to be a very quick break. Go get a drink. Go get something to eat. Come back because when we come back. We're doing the second half of the new second segment. This is going to be your long. This is going to be heavy. Just warning everybody in advance. We're going to try and make this as quick and painless as possible, but we are going to get into the misconduct options and everything that's happened around that. So if you want, hear about that you don't you just go, get something and come.

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"eight year" Discussed on The Rack Radio Show

The Rack Radio Show

04:21 min | 3 months ago

"eight year" Discussed on The Rack Radio Show

"You have to Grin Barrett and do take every precaution world. Sometimes things will happen. We're looking at baseball coming back. We'll look at basketball comeback. They're going to be issues. We're seeing cases up before. Baseball even gets back into play. We've had you see event. Where fire had got pulled it just going to be a thing that happens, it's it's a new reality it's. Lance to kind of answer your point. This can't stop them from wearing masks under any circumstances. I think they're trying to figure out a way where it's not mandatory for for them to do it. Because the problem is is for the for like wrestling a match, you can't wear a mask wrestling match. It's is going to be a little tricky, so I think they're trying to figure out what the stipulation on on that, but honestly I. I think it would be good if they have people in the audience or the entire audience wearing a mask I think that would send. That Senate incredibly powerful message to everybody, because I feel like everybody out there you know again. People don't want to wear them, and if you don't want to wear fine, that's personal choice, but I feel like a lot of people feel like they don't have to, or they shouldn't or stupid or it's. It's whatever right and so to see you know it's like hey, on wwe, you people wearing masks in the audience, their social distancing. They're doing everything that they need to do. Fuck put a hand washing station. The background I don't really care, but like. Just show that you're. You're actually doing what you're supposed to be doing. If people see that some people will be like, Hey, you know. Maybe I should do that, too, and eventually that message. Message will spread. It's all about using your platform for that I don't think he can bar them from wearing masks either their reports coming out from the last time that they had for the one time that they had outside individuals in there that they felt completely safe, and they didn't. They were going to wear masks, and then it was like. Hey, there's handwashing stations in their social distancing in their scrubbing everything down and you know. They felt safe enough in the environment that they did not have to wear a mask or they didn't. They had every intention of it, but it's like. Hey, you know what actually feel pretty good about this I, I'm not going. Do the thing I'm going to not wear the masks, so I think it's just. It's all up to people's personal choices if somebody wants to. To wear a mask on TV. They cannot tell them now, and they cannot throw them out of the building legally. They can't do it and they know that so so many wants to. Now they may, if they want to be in the audience and they wanNA wear masks. They may stick them off camera in the back. They can do that, but you know they can't. Can't look at somebody and say hey. You can't wear masks to TV. You can't do that, it's legally you can't do that. They would get in trouble for that, so we'll have to see but I I would be totally cool with the audience is wearing masks. They should be I. think if you're going to have an audience in there. They should be wearing masks there. There should be protected because it's like you went to the lengths to put up the plexiglas and everything else. Why not do masks to say so? Because of this getting back on topic, this is going to mean changes in the products WWE has already sort of accounting for the people that are affected or impacted and They are approach other reprogramming things accordingly. Case in point, they're doing a tribute to the undertaker. Tomorrow on smackdown were apparently they're going to rear the Boehner batch, which is a forty thirty forty five minute match. So that tells you right there one. We love taker, but to their programming has been majorly impacted the point that they're gonNA give that match away for free on TV so I. Don't I haven't heard anything about aws? No, they've had to kind of tweak the title match the chance depending on. Test results at the MOXIE will not be appearing at fire fest in the next two weeks. The well we got time they on the first, so all the different as Scott it okay for days gone it then he probably won't be there, but I'm going with what the statement is now. I! Know I'm I'm just saying as confirmed you probably Django, but again that's all personal choice, so that's kind of the Kobe update again. just keep renee young and kill Braxton, and appears Cutie Marshall and Jon Moxley and everybody else. That we don't know about in your thoughts You may want to send Milwaukee. Wish because I know. They would appreciate that if you want. It's up to you, but let's hope they get through this especially Kayla Braxton again. She's had it twice in that. Sucks, who goes to work, but it wouldn't. It wouldn't be your show without breaking news right now,.

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"eight year" Discussed on The Rack Radio Show

The Rack Radio Show

06:31 min | 3 months ago

"eight year" Discussed on The Rack Radio Show

"Don't think wwe can do three or four weeks. Awa could because they only have one show which they did which they did originally. Yes, so they could get away with that. WWe. It's a little bit harder. They would essentially have to have everybody down there for a week to probably do everything in. That's not feasible to do But continuing no family friends, our fans should attend any of these shows piping crowd noise if they want. Don't bring in New People. You don't know if there have been there. They've been social distancing. That's fair use talent staff, crowd maintain social distancing. Have them wear masks likewise stop with the lumberjack matches and the battle royals, no need of having that many people around the ring at one time. But. It's a fair point Oh. It's a fair point, an WBZ credit they're. They've they're not doing that. They're not doing the on about a royal. They've not done a lumberjack match. A W. has done both test, alls, talent and staff regularly, which Awa has been doing this whole time. W W has been doing. I think temperature checks. This this is wwe biggest flaw. They should have been testing for at least two months now. It probably wouldn't have stopped the breakout, but it would have given them some clue of what was going on essentially, and that's that's an extremely fair point it them. Testing from the get-go would not have stopped this I want everybody to understand that you'll ever tested from the start. This would happen. No, no, and you want to know why it wouldn't happen. Happen, 'cause here's the next point need to use commonsense. They've been on social media showing off each photos and birthday parties where they did nothing to protect themselves. WWE can test all they want. Same thing goes for eight W it won't matter if wrestlers are being dumbed beyond their job, which you then look at the guys like rains Kevin, Owens same museum who have taken steps to self quarantine stay with their families. Kevin has gone off into the woods. Stay home with family, they you had people so distance the proper way, but not everyone sees it as serious, or they want to have some semblance of life. The don't what moments who fly by. They tried to do. Continue enemy. We've all been We're talking about this before the show. We've been in quarantine now since March almost going on for months now not quite about three and a half going on four. We're all getting. Stir crazy, and the thing is is they've now started reopening everything Florida and Georgia and several other states have the bars open? They have the beaches open in Florida they have restaurants open their opening movie. Theaters are opening concert venues opening all the stuff back up and it's like we can now get back to normal life because Kobe was on the downturn. Now it's back on an upswing. It's on a major upswing. I know in Florida for sure and I. I think it's going to be on a major upset. Swing here in Georgia and you need to check where you'd look to. Because there's more and more at six happing everywhere, and the thing is you. Have people going out there? Not Social distancing. They're not wearing masks. I, don't know about anybody else out there, but whenever I go to the grocery store, I rarely see people wearing masks. If ever I'm wearing one, but I'm not seeing anybody else really doing it. It's very very rare and I understand. Some people think as a crock. Anderson people think it's uncomfortable. It's unnecessary. It's your choice, but here's the thing if you're a performer and if you're having to. To go into an environment where you've been potentially exposed this stuff spreads like lightning and in a fish bowl. That is the performance center as you can see. One person walks him with it tool. People can get twelve people get it. It could double. It could triple. It could quadruple, and eventually the entire staff could potentially be sick. They may not be, but that's the reality. That's how spread one person brings it and a bunch of people can get sick. You have to be smart about this stuck. She's GonNa. Be Smart, which brings me to the last point, and finally we as fans have to stop being hypocrites if we're watching these shows during this time. Time we can't tell www to stop production. We can't point out problems and give our opinions. We're part. We were part of the cycle to no one's innocent in this so basically we need to cut him some slack. If people got to show a mask, okay, people have to show up in masks. That's completely fine. I've never personally been against. That I didn't even know. That was thing that they that they were I. Don't think I don't WanNa say they weren't allowing people to wear masks, but they weren't necessarily encouraging people to wear masks, but I think people felt safe enough that they were like okay. I don't really need to wear a mask. That situation, but you have to stand that. They're doing the best that they can. In their hands extremely tied because right now. We're running with a low limited. This is both eight of U. N. WWe okay. The running with limited staff limited talent. Nobody's being forced to work. Nobody's being forced to show up. If you do not want to come to work, because you are concerned about kofoed. Kofoed or you have preexisting health conditions, or you have someone in your household that has a pre existing health condition, and you do not want to expose them, because for wrestlers and staff and everybody that are working shows that they're traveling back and forth. There's a huge exposure risk. You do not have to show up and that goes, and you can say that at any time clearly. Clearly, you can say that at any time and be like you know what I just need to self, quarantine or I want quarantine for a little while is a cool. If I stay home. Yes, it is cool. receive that with Kevin Owens. We're seeing that with same Zane happened with Roman reigns. He was kind of the first set the bar. He was like you know what I'm. I'm GONNA go home. I'm good. I'm show, but we have to cut them some slack 'cause. They're performing their. They're putting the shows together. They're giving this to us and they don't have to. They shut down and we've been saying this day one. They could have shut down and they said you want or a center home in here's here's what they will at least the released data. The can't now. Television contracts are holding them. It's the only thing even. As, the only Thing keeping AWA float. Yeah, the the money involved in that. That's what's keeping them going. They have to produce content. It's some things are facts of life producing content content for your television partners. You have to do that at some point. Is it health? Yes, can you produce content different ways? Yes, but there are parameters in. It just it sucks like everyone's in a bad spot, but. Sometimes, you have to Grin Barrett and do take every precaution world. Sometimes things will happen. We're looking at baseball coming back. We'll look at basketball comeback. They're going to be issues. We're seeing cases up before. Baseball even gets back into play. We've had you see event. Where fire had got pulled it just going to be a thing.

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"eight year" Discussed on The Rack Radio Show

The Rack Radio Show

02:20 min | 3 months ago

"eight year" Discussed on The Rack Radio Show

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"eight year" Discussed on The Good News Podcast

The Good News Podcast

03:16 min | 10 months ago

"eight year" Discussed on The Good News Podcast

"The other host the good news. PODCAST is your source for Good News Fun Stories Auditory Delight and Sonic Joy. We're bringing you all of this goodness from beautiful downtown Chicago Colleen. Yeah recently. We talked about a young person. Santana no not center remember that Lorant who graduated college at like nine. Yeah don't remind me this. This came across my desk and I thought it was super interesting. I'd like to tell you about a data Perez. Is this another genius. Another child Genius Adare. I should just give up lives in Mexico City and she has is an IQ of one sixty two which doesn't necessarily mean much. But I will say now. That means a lot. Well I mean it's hard to quantify so so I'll give you some examples. I know my cue and it is not that I'm not GonNa say I think I know I know my cue from when I was a kid it does it Q. Q.. I think it's gotta change a little bit on listeners. Definitely dumber than I was Albert Einstein Stephen Hawking both had an Iq of about one sixty oh so adare kind of crushing it. Let's give her a problem to solve. Camara has written a book. I can think of a few roughly translated from the Spanish to do not give up. She was recently featured heard in Forbes. Mexico's one hundred. Most powerful women in Mexico. I believe it I mean you. Can I q one sixty. Yeah you got some you've got some clout adare has not yet finished college so she is not the youngest college graduate but she. She's eight eight years old. She has finished elementary school at five. Ask Middle School at six. Oh took her one year high school at Eight. She is currently studying too online degrees industrial engineering in mathematics and system engineering -neering so she wants to go to the University of Arizona study astrophysics in the near future. which would mean like when she's nine what I think? Here's what I think should happen. I think she needs to hook up with Greta thundered. Yes and they seem to work on solving the problems of our planet put. Put that mind over there but the mind over there but that mind put that energy with that big brain energy into fixing Dr that big old brain. I'M GONNA keep an eye out for smart kids just so we can build them up. Give him a little bit of applause. I'm sure they're doing okay for applause I I hope their parents are like. You're very very smart very smart but we at the good news. pod guests also have a ton of respect for young geniuses of course. Oh yeah ah baby genius. I Q tire you Atika thank you. Thanks for listening. Do you have good news. Incredible or maybe. WanNa tell us a.

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"eight year" Discussed on Native America Calling

Native America Calling

01:30 min | 10 months ago

"eight year" Discussed on Native America Calling

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"eight year" Discussed on Native America Calling

Native America Calling

07:33 min | 10 months ago

"eight year" Discussed on Native America Calling

"Me and reminds me daily that I have a responsibility to those ancestors when I see them again I want to share happy. We members and thoughts about what we were trying to accomplish and thank them for what they did on our behalves and it means so much that way indeed even our ancestors were alive today when they see us. Young ones Hey I just call myself. When the when the a younger generations wearing their clothing there is that sense of pride in it makes me think of Migrate Grandmother Who always wore you know her traditional sled the clothing and those times where I would wear mine in in when she'd see me just the pride that she had in seeing You know this little Tara wearing her Monta in we had that in common Boy shoes wonderful woman. Glad I'm talking about her and there's so much there I could go on and on I know the two of you could to and there are so many stories and were excited to hear how you connect to any of this and if you are finding this inner podcasts. You're taking us for a run with you or taking us for a ride. We appreciate you connecting to this conversation when you get a moment go ahead. Didn't share your thoughts with us. You can do it on facebook you can tweet it to us at one. Eight hundred nine nine native or leave it directly on our website native America calling dot com and so just any things that are on your mind right now matthew. Is You hear this and we get ready to wrap go ahead. Matthew didn't understand the question does anything else. You're thinking rock your mocks heritage all these beautiful stories that are coming out. Maybe you have one more to add senior monks wearing your mom. My father other doesn't do social media in seventy one and he wears his mock all year long so He kinda feel happy. Happy that This day rolled around every year when everyone else is able to wear their Marxist well they are a very comfortable The the traditional method is a very comfortable shoot I would like to make one quick point Today many of us are faced with concrete floors and our feet weren't designed for something like that so if you can sneak down to local shoe shop or maybe your local local podiatrist and get rigid arch support and so that those inside your marcus means you can wear them all day on concrete and still have back pain at the end of the day night. Well maybe that's the next show next year is how to hack your moccasins. Got Any hacks for US Jessica hacks insoles effort. So they're they're pretty good for like I. I don't really have any hacks duct tape I got new moccasins. A couple days ago and moccasins before before had a duct tape on the bottom and my mum's friend said you couldn't get clear duct tape was because they were like bright blue duct tape on the my walk seekers. See them when I walk put duct tape works. You know. It's really interesting to the mock said I see in different climates like snow and You know of course the dirt and Stones and grass and I wonder about how there people adapt in what they use. What do they use an Alaska to keep them WEATHERPROOF weatherproof moisture proof. How do they keep their feet? Warm in Alaska those types of questions when he when I see them sins on online Jura I and I imagine it's a whole new world when you slip some rabid skin at the bottom of it for for some of that warmth All kinds of stuff. Maybe you have some mock hacks. Gordon tweeted to us. One eight hundred nine nine native and just your thoughts here. We are eight years. Rock your mocks and anything you WANNA share it with folks or anyone who just tuned in about why this is all happening Thoughts on why. This is all happening lately. I barely focused on the youth and to let the youth. If know that if you have an idea you know go forth with your idea To make it happen in just become the best person so you can and I like to say that I have. I have kind of paved the way for the younger generation and they see me and I i WanNa you know. Make this positive impact on them like again to let them know they can accomplish anything they wanted. They put their mind to it And that's not just with indigenous. There's youth youth all over. I really want to put that across in Kudos to those people who listen to you as a youth and said how can we support you. How can we be good relative? I recently spoke with Laguna Elementary Bilingual Class Laguna and it was a little bit personal for me. Because of the those are the Utha my community and just to see there is like when they hear his worldwide and just to hear when they hear what what they're made of in their little they loved it and I I it just it was just so hartwell are heartwarming to know that they're interesting. Something in that are our future. Generation will hopefully take on those rows and let our tradition. Go on that's a cooking in Melissa. There's all kinds of stuff. Where's the hub where people can find out or any events that may be buber going to be rocking harder? They're mocks okay. there's all kinds of events Throughout North America especially and Good news we finally have a website. Yeah Hey hey rock your marks dot org so we're going to get better at the website and do our best to For next year to start posting those events that are happening there are if you but for now it's scrolling through the hashtags and finding event near you so on our social media everything is under jour- rock your marks and that's on facebook twitter and instagram. So look those up but the best way the easiest way to find the photos is do the Hashtag rocker Max. Click on it and It's an online photo album. Basically so you get to enjoy everybody else's posts in people people get to enjoy yours as well are. Why can't wait to see how the weekend wraps up with Some of the things being planned and thank you. Thank you for tuning in today day. Thank you to our guests. Melissa Sanches Jessica Jalen at C. N. Matthew Anderson and we'll be back again on Monday with a conversation with Linda. Yeah War Jack. One of the leaders of the occupation of Alcatraz This year marks fifty years since the start of this notable event our executive producer is art hughes senior producers. Monica brain associate producer. Is Andy Murphy Marino. Spencer is engineer. Nola Days Moses Distribution Director and Bob. Peterson is a network manager manager for native voice. One Clifton Chadwick is a resource development specialist Antonio. Gonzales says the anchor and producer for national native news. I'm your host Tara. Gatewood will meet you here Monday..

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"eight year" Discussed on Native America Calling

Native America Calling

09:38 min | 10 months ago

"eight year" Discussed on Native America Calling

"I'm Tara Gatewood and we are at the other side of the week of rocking. Your mocks. Today is The original date that started eight years ago which grew to a whole week celebration. And I've seen on social media people posting about what it means means to rock. There mocks their traditional footwear. And there is so much that I'm learning about who we are as indigenous people and I'm definitely learning learning how proud we are how strong we are. Resilient we are and what we have thrived through That's something exciting. Because not every day are we able able to just kind of talk about this stuff and rock your mocks. It seems is giving us a reason to do that. In a space A platform to show just how how proud we are as indigenous people and maybe even start a conversation about You know what it took for us to be able to be standing where we are. Inner egner traditional footwear anything to share about that. Call US right now. One eight hundred nine nine six two eight four eight. Is the number on the line with us. Today is Matthew Anderson Eh Oklahoma he's a cultural specialist for the Cherokee Arts Center and here in Studio forty-nine with us is Melissa Sanchez a producer with emergence productions and and the founder of rock. Your Mocks Jess at sea from Laguna Pueblo. A thank you all for being here in the stories. The story start in the keep keep coming Melissa WanNa turn to you just The things that you have seen since Maybe even the beginning of this week in in seeing people people stories and building today and all of the different things that are going to be taking place across the nation this weekend the stories anything there. Melissa shirt thanks thanks and I was just writing. A note suggests that There it is a social media event as well and that's really the origins of it and that means there's a big rock. Your Mocks Party happening on the Internet right now. And that's all over the world so it's amazing to I should explain my role As event annual event producer for rock your mocks What that means is When we teamed up in twenty thirteen gene my role became to make the event happen each year create and evolve and you know gather ideas and do what I can and together we come up with new ideas and get new ideas from everybody posting? So it's kind of my job to look at all these posts and which is explaining what we're off air that there's comes a certain point that the posts that are hash tagged with rock. Your mocks gained so much momentum that I can't keep up anymore so thank you for that bet With the story the stories. That you all post on with your pictures of your moccasins. Your moccasins fees your group Marcus and sell fees they're so inspiring and it always reminds me and Jessica and I'm sure everybody nobody else following the Hashtag the of the ancestral connections and that these photos wherever you are in the world are sparking these conversations and and that for teachers and educators Everywhere that there are opportunities to share information and help the kids get creative. We see the many ideas is that The kids are doing. We seem bulletin boards Today I saw the medallions that are being made and it really. is Aw I guess in this day and age away to bring us altogether as suggests original idea of unity you know we all have that cultural identity and that we all still learn about each other. Every time this happens every year in the stories Even the people who are making them on one oh sharing about an individual ritual in my own community that many people were proud to wear his work That triggered something in you and in a huge smile came across your face Av WanNA share about just maybe even one of those stories. What I see is the There seems to be might just be The platform that form of social media but people being able to share their stories and see a lot more interest in the creation moccasins. And also I see people who get creative one. Mom sent her daughter a care package to college and it was all the necessary. Items to create. MOCCASINS ends well. She has some downtime at college. So that was a really neat idea. And Justice Morning The city of Albuquerque issued a proclamation Shen for rock your mcstay Iraq. Your mocks week in here in Albuquerque and we met a mother and her daughter and The daughter was is wearing heirloom moccasins. That were beated. All the way up to the cavs they look brand new and she said that they hadn't come out in twelve years because her mom had passed away A.. And for this Special Day rock your mock stay. She thought it was really good day. See a connection to have her daughter where her mom's her daughters grandma's must moccasins and those stories that we see and read are so moving and I'm sure that they're inspiring everybody around the world as well and this is also inspire hire people to not only wear their moccasins but also to wear their traditional clothing Melissa your somebody that I've run into in different places aces and spaces and you are wearing traditional clothing In representing and talk to me a little bit about that too where you know. It is also brought people out into the open wearing their traditional clothing. I think that in New Mexico again. We're blessed that we do see that on on a day to day that it there's Pueblo women wearing traditional Clothing and when we go out and represent especially for this event and it is nice to be able to wear those kind of our formal uniform so to speak when we're representing This particular keillor event. It's a great opportunity and again that also sparks Interest from people. And we get the chance to talk about perhaps national native American heritage month or who the Pueblo. People are It it means a lot to us to be able to US being an example of of Pueblo. People and you know if if we were elsewhere in any other region to share those Cher those stories and see Sippy just had a traditional where and rockier moxie yesterday. So we're seeing a lot of those events as well L. but it also creates those opportunities for our young folks to learn about their own regalia and what's appropriate. How to put it on how to wrap your marks and things like that? a time to think about community to and That's what I use it for. You know when when rock your mcstay comes is to connect with the community or Remember those that are important to us or those who have made a mark on our life and even down to what I'm wearing today wearing a ribbon skirt that was gifted to me at a big drum ceremony in thinking of that community. That invited me in to stand with them as they were celebrating things things that were passed onto them through their community through their generations. And a Lotta Times a win. We are putting our minds on these. He's moments on these people. We get stronger. And there is strength in wearing Our traditional clothing or clothing that was gifted to us in this way and our ancestors a lot of We heard from Melvin at the top of the hour talking about a when we weren't allowed to wear clothing when we weren't allowed allowed to feel that strength and today here we are. We can do that. And here is an event that is supporting some of that. Melissa Talk to me about the strength you have when when you were wearing either your traditional clothing or even wearing your moccasins with your favorite pair of jeans sometimes Along that line we all take it for granted it We take our culture and heritage. It's there for US and This is a friendly reminder that They're an unifies. All of us that we do have our cultural heritage and yes it is good to feel connected everywhere especially within our communities we most often take that for granted and then we all come together and support each other in times a need be sad or happy or a fun event like this. So that's one of the positives positives and benefits of this particular type of event but for me with Regalia it is especially Comforting I feel Kinda like and incestual I think about my ancestors on both sides of the tribe said that I belong to and what they had gone through before in their in their days in there Erez and Before the you know the the transitioning into the type of lifestyle that we do all have now and it is It brings me back and grounds grounds.

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"eight year" Discussed on Native America Calling

Native America Calling

08:37 min | 10 months ago

"eight year" Discussed on Native America Calling

"That aspect too about protecting on your feet because that's what they're therefore so that we can move the many miles that we need to Or you know the duration of standing in in in certain places or on certain Environments is really important in Matthew. The things that you described that go into other materials four or MOCCASINS That also talks about the environment that we're living in we know that many of us faced Moments in our communities immunities were. We were forced to go somewhere else or move away from places that Where we rooted from and that caused change that causes causes to adapt matthew any thoughts on the history or just kind of the evolution on how moccasins are made or the way communities adapted or are made even reviving those pathways to get some of those materials. Anything you WANNA share about that. It's remarkable in that where our our people were. Originally from in the southeast woodland's we have much of the same environment here in northeastern Oklahoma The white tailed deer Are are also available here So we have not really had to change much in the way of materials serials Because practice the same things that we did in the ancient date We know that in order for us to to survive we must I take care of Our surroundings our nature the natural resources. Those things are what's important not only to us but also to future generations in knowing we have not Go ahead no no go ahead finish. We've we've not. We've not really had to Adapt too much on on materials and so one of the things that we do here at the Churchyard Center and as we try to find resources that were available to the ancient peoples And and stress the importance of preserving those things keeping them alive If you find a plant or an animal that is Becoming scarce you don't just respect that You you help it survive in so matthew win you think of this process. What is it that you really feel is being passed on when somebody teaches somebody else how to make moccasins? Yes I think it's our identity. It's it's who we are it's the soul of the ancestors Because teaching these things that are elders have passed on to us. We are not only Connecting to our past. But we're building a bridge to the future very Nice Matthew. Think you for sharing that Matthew Anderson with us today from Teluk while Oklahoma a a cultural specialist for the Cherokee Arts Center also a citizen of the Cherokee nation. If you'd like to share some thoughts with him give us a call. One eight hundred nine six two eight need for eight. Is the number Also here in Studio forty-nine with us is jess at sea as well as Melissa Sanchez. And so ladies hearing hearing the way Matthew connects to this especially the site of making the moccasins and passing that information on There's a lot there and just want to give you a moment to reflect on what what you heard him say. What do you mean you think of? Just go ahead I come from a background of four straight and I think it is. What he's saying is important about You know preserving the resources that we have out there to carry on our tradition as far as you know animals Even plants that we have that grow in certain regions that were from and make sure that they don't go extinct and we still have those materials to move on with our culture tradition. I think that's very very important. So related related to that a lot coming from a background. And what do you think about. I'm passing on the tradition of making moccasins. Are there a lot of people who are in line to do this or or is this a part of some of the dialogue that we hear of the need for cultural revitalization. What do you think just? I think it's very important to win when that is passed on. It's a it's not just oh I made Marcus. Interior go on pessimists on it comes with a lot of Like I said earlier. Going back to uh-huh the animal that it came from you know with a moment. The men go hunting. The purpose of the animal provides for us. And it's a whole tradition. The you're passing onto from a man to a young boy. That's gone hunting for the first time in what he can use an animal for making moccasins and are in Laguna Guna The most of the men are the ones that made the moccasins for the ladies. So I feel that is important as young men. I mean as well as today he has woman can make them also but I feel that A lot we have a cultural enrichment classes in Laguna Pueblo. That are from pottery moccasins making even traditional foods I feel a lot of we already know that we need to preserve these Things about our culture to keep moving forward as people in a be resilient. So that's what comes to mind when and you know I hear you know Marcus and making our pets and Donna and comes with a lot of other stuff. Not Just Marcus and making it for me. When I think of Mockus in making being I think of the people because you know there were certain people growing up whoever would run to to get their shoes from And and the stories that went along with that or even today when we're together in our community and we are wearing traditional clothing a lot of times there's that moment where You know between taking basket somewhere or cooking or or or moving through the community through dances. There's that moment where you finally sit down and sometimes you look around and you start. Seeing people wearing their traditional shoes or footwear. And you think about you know where those came from and a lot of times that dialogue will come. We're that golden question who made your shoes and and thinking of you know who did this I think of you know many different individuals where people say That the fight them up by who was somebody in my own community that People you know that's where they got their shoes from the went to this elder and The new you know about people's feet about the the right shape and how to make take Are Different moccasins. And that's what I think of a lot of times when when I see you know different people Where they're they're they're in it's hard? I'm having a hard time because I want to call them die Kafka's that's what it is to me but moccasins and I think of Other nations especially beadwork beautiful beadwork and love and energy that goes into that Even speaking about the identity not of the patterns the colors it some people you can look at somebody's moccasins and know what clam they're from or even what family there from by a beadwork stitch and there is so much there and we know you have part of the story to go ahead and share it with us. We're going to pause here for a moment but we'll keep these as phone lines open for you. One eight hundred nine six two eight four eight is a number we look forward to hearing from you go ahead give us a ring support for journalism that raises the awareness of child wellbeing to citizens. and to policymakers provided by the Annie Casey Foundation building a brighter future for children children families and communities information at eighty. 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"eight year" Discussed on Native America Calling

Native America Calling

09:54 min | 10 months ago

"eight year" Discussed on Native America Calling

"Into native America calling. I'm Tara Gatewood from subtle Pueblo and we are rocking are mocks today here in studio forty nine and if if you want to share how you rock you're mocks. Give us a call. The number is one eight hundred nine six two eight. Four eight is the number and there are many different events that are going on across the nation including Intel Qua- Oklahoma. There are Marcus in making classes available for small groups at the Cherokee the art center. And maybe that's how your community or part of Native America is taking in this holiday and Teaching others how to make moccasins. You want to tell us about. It gives a ring. One eight hundred nine nine six two eight four eight L. Let's go ahead and take a call got melvyn in santee Nebraska tuned in on key. He Z. Y. K.. Melvin thank you for giving us a ring and go ahead share your thoughts just wanted to bring up a little history A shanty history when we got here in eighteen. Sixty six Reverend Rig setup school and then he let the kids have long hair and wear moccasins and those kids were all taught they all being teachers well later at school the same school made them cut their hair. And we're hard shoes then. They made see them become carpenters. blacksmiths but rigs wrote that. The kids learn that this when they were wearing moccasins had their hair I always thought that was intriguing to our history that moccasins and have her cultural identity. Our Air MOCCASINS was very court. Indeed in Melvin. I WanNa know how you feel right now. After knowing being that and then also understanding the history that many of our relatives faced in boarding schools to try and push us a completely away from who we were as indigenous. There's people and here we are two thousand. Nineteen in this broadcast is happening. There are hundreds of native children sitting in their classroom in their moccasins. Many are also keeping that tradition of our hair long. And here we are. We've come this far in our little. Babies are able to do that and some of them were even happy about it this morning in probably waiting to show their cultural heritage by wearing their mocks. What do you think about that so I think it's great that we get this young people making looking at how they what order traditional styles for their own foot where Like you said they're not hunting hunting season. How they get down to where they process the deer and make it into into a high so it can be used into moccasins would be aids and the and the work that goes on it? They need to study all that very important that goes into that terrain and it's a big responsibility to knowing that you're making this footwear for somebody and a lot of times when you are making our traditional footwear it so that they can dance or do important things in their life and you don't want stitches break in beads busting testing That's a responsibility. That goes into it and making sure that the the footwear is shaped so that it fits the persons foot so that they have that that comfortable ability to maneuver in life to face really big things And so exciting. Because this past year we got to see moccasins ends in Congress You know and Montas in Congress as well That's an exciting thing to know. We are taking this beyond expressing who we are Beyond tribal borders in. I'm curious what happens when we do that. Now is your time to call in and share one eight hundred nine six eight. Four eight is a number Melvin. Thank you for giving us a ring. Here in studio forty nine with us is jess at sea She comes to us from Laguna Pueblo. Founder founder of rock your mocks also here to from emergence productions is Melissa Sanches from the ACA in Laguna Pueblos ladies. Thank you for being here with us. We're we're gonNA hear about the Cherokee Nation In what is going on there in sharing some of this pride so we're GONNA go ahead and say hi now to Matthew Anderson He's doing this day from Telecom Oklahoma. He's a cultural specialist for the Cherokee Arts Center and he is a citizen of the Cherokee nation. Matthew welcome hello good to hear from you and Matthew. Tell us how you're feeling today. Rock your mocks in in what it means to be able to show our need of heritage page this way. I think it's awesome that we are able to finally be viewed as equals And being able to wear traditional clothing in society is not something that that we could have done generation ago. And here we are today. Thousands of people showing this On Social Media and in Matthew tells a little bit about Cherokee do you call them. MOCCASINS the word for it's a leather sheath or of your foot And it said depending upon where you grow up it's said about three different ways So So Lee Is probably the most common that yeah. It's like a sheet of leather made for the foot and our MOCCASINS moccasins do fit like a glove so it is it is definitely a sheep in so when people adorn themselves els or put them on you know what is it that they're saying. What do you feel I I feel it still part of Identity identity identity that many people were forced to cut off Hair was cut Our our language was was cut Grandmother could tell stories about when they were in school and being whipped for speaking Cherokee When they all they were doing was greeting each other Did you get this to your mom. This weekend Things like that So being able to where traditional Regalia In public and people people looking at you and be proud It's it's a great feeling Go ahead and we. We mentioned that there are Marcus and making classes going on there at the Cherokee Arts Center. Talk to me a little bit about that aspect of being the one who makes them so. It's it's great to be able to see. The traditions are wanting that that there are people that are wanting to continue these nice things For the past three or four weeks now We've had weekly and sometimes maybe even three classes per week with the northeastern State University With Connors State College college level College Participants in native American studies that he's have been making moccasins so that they could wear their moccasins this week for rock your monks There's also high schools That I have been working with but we do offer classes to the public as well here at the churchyard singer in touch me a little bit about when people get into this and find out what it takes to make moccasins. What we try to do is we? Don't want to discourage Someone from learning these things so I try to find ways shortcuts if you will because what most people don't realize is that our ancestors were are very industrious They didn't have a moment to waste and and they also didn't didn't waste materials and supplies so creating the leather preparing the leather to make the Michelson Is a link the process this So usually we try to also educate about what all goes into Having the environment and the natural resources where the deer can thrive and multiply and then the process of what it takes to harvest abyss that That skin and then the steps involved in preparing that skin so that it can become A A useful piece to protect our foot Which is what connects us to our mother? The earth So Marcus is a very Sacred thing to most native Americans. I think The European Dan way of thinking is it's just shoe you know But the earth is important to us and I.

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"eight year" Discussed on Native America Calling

Native America Calling

07:39 min | 10 months ago

"eight year" Discussed on Native America Calling

"Trouble individuality Become an ambassador for your people to tell them who you are and let you know the the non natives are the ones that think that we're not here anymore. Let them know that. We are still here as indigenous people and we. We're here to stay day and Just seen facebook social media paints pictures of MOCCASINS Like you said there's there's there's a lot of Background stories about moccasins whether the different partner reaching your frown the type of animal that used the resources at the land provided our people our ancestors. There's a long time ago Those bridge gaps with Youth and elders because the youth nowadays want to know why we have moccasins. And where they it came from Now now more like today here in the South West I think our moccasins are made out of cow And they have different colors different variety. And then there's they're still you know Alcan deer that we make our heights from and to make moccasins and issue so crazy how mother the earth provided clothing for us like that and just just. It's just a lot. There's I could go on and on about the how rocker marks has made me feel all the stores I've I've learned along the way as well it's just really amazing to know that myself in with the help of emerges ages productions how we help build this up and the support that we've gotten along the way in so let's start to how do you say moccasins in your own language And Carrots are Shia in Laguna we say Pete's and that's how you say MOCCASINS and it means weather and when you think of those words what comes to your mind or or a person who was saying you know You know put on your shoes or put on put them here or or I was in my moccasins. When you hear those words in your own traditional languages what triggers just the background about where he no leather How we interpreted in English but you know a long time ago? That's not it wishes Pete. SOC is the word that came first not leather you know and just Knowing that that was the word for our harvests for you know after drew we kill a deer or How it goes on like that and it just is though is the language of our ancestors and in has a lot of meeting and just as far as language goes like you? There's a lot of doubts that come along with moccasins. And if you say him in English they want they would make sense to beat. Wouldn't be the same so there's a lot that goes into play will English and then going back to moccasins which means our Pete's means leather so I think that's really really cool to have that connection of your ancestors thrilling and they're right there with you wherever you go when you put them on and I think that's really important important and when you put on your own traditional footwear. What do you think of do you think of its traditional name or their traditional name Or maybe maybe even what you were taught about even the ceremonial putting them on. You can share your thoughts today. One eight hundred nine nine six two eight four eight is the number and Melissa Melissa. You can relate to Pete's And it's really interesting. Ever since I learned that word in my community we call him I and it speaks of who we are. Because I'm aiming aiming that's you know speaking of who we are as people from A sled up. And so you know right there when I say Ikea I am identifying. Oh fine I am an indigenous woman from this place from this earth and who I am and where I put them in so Melissa for you too. When you hear Pete's what do you think I think about dancing first? And then I always think about Our answer our Ancestors and what kind of moccasins did they have in it. Wasn't you know it's an everyday thing and it's still every day Shoe here here in our region with many of the Pueblos And the Navajo people and the Apache people and we're grateful for that bitch with when we use them to go reconnect and pray for the earth and the songs and dances. That's the first thing I think of when I see my moccasins and the variety like oh I wear these for this and I wear this for this in even the way you walk changes because it's not like we're in tennis shoes or high heels. They really make you connect with the earth. Your toes feel that that that movement that motion That that soft movement as you go and Even even your ability to change directions. I feel I haven't played basketball in them before just because I got better traction on it But you walk differently. It's interesting and maybe that's what you feel. When you put your own traditional footwear on What kind of change happens in what happens when you wear? Those traditional footwear out of traditional spaces Dallas. Listen about it That's something that rocks is encouraging people To Express who they are as indigenous people and we also understand and respect that sometimes traditional footwear means wearing nothing on your feet. And maybe that's something you think about when this time comes around of showing in just who we are as indigenous people You can give us a meaning. Share your story. One eight hundred nine nine six two four eight is the number and maybe do you want to share the story of the first time you remember Putting on your traditional footwear or maybe even putting on that first pair on your baby ep Tell that story to by calling in one. Eight hundred nine nine. Six two eight four eight Is the number in. Maybe you even have a story to do about that. One time. You're wearing your moccasins. And it gave you strength or reminded you of how important your native culture was you. You can tell us all about it. One eight hundred nine six eight. Four eight is a number we have the founder here in Studio forty-nine with us today If you've ever wanted to talk talk to her and just let her know how far this phenomenon has gone Maybe even in your own tribal community calling right now. One eight hundred nine nine six two eight four for eight is the number and really want to hear what it means to Stan in your moccasins And are there different things things of that you were taught about when you wear them why you wear them go and give us a ring. Maybe you are working on a pair right now for somebody special. We want to hear here from you. Marcus in makers to of all the love and energy that goes into making these pairs and we know a lot of people are out there hunting. Do you have plans to bring the hide back and give them to somebody in your community and what about maybe even inheriting a pair of moccasins Choson from your grandmother. Your grandfather your uncle or maybe you had to borrow your sisters. Tell us about it. Phone lines are open.

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"eight year" Discussed on Native America Calling

Native America Calling

09:21 min | 10 months ago

"eight year" Discussed on Native America Calling

"This is National Native News Antonio Gonzales. The State Tribal Relations Committee is pressuring Montana's congressional delegation to do more to increase public input and tribal consultation on the Keystone Excel pipeline as Olivia rheingold reports. The move comes as the end of the public comment period area for recently updated environmental statement. Nears this state tribal relations committee unanimously adopted a motion Monday to write a letter demanding more meaningful meaningful public comments process on the updated keystone excel pipeline draft environmental impact statement. The letter asks Montana's congressional delegation to put pressure her on the State Department which controls the forty five day public comment period. That is scheduled to end next Monday. The eighteenth there's been one public meeting to discuss the draft left late last month in billings. That's not good enough. According to the letter by the State Tribal Relations Committee bipartisan body of legislators that acts as liaisons John's between the state and tribal governments. It says people who attended didn't have enough of a chance to openly engage in dialogue and provide input it also says tribal consultation has fallen short for the Fort Belknap in Fort Peck tribes which the pipeline would nearly come in contact with Republican congressman. Greg Gianforte and Republican senator. Steve Daines say they look forward to speaking with committee members. A spokesperson for the Democratic Senator Jon Tester says the State Department should solicit further feedback from tribal leaders. The public for national need of news. I'm Olivia wrangled in billings Montana Navajo nation president. Jonathan Nez has decided. The tribe will not financially Ashley back bonds necessary for the purchase of three coal mines by a Navajo owned company Arizona. Public Radio's Ryan Hinds. Reports tribal leaders is worth the investment can negatively impact the tribes finances president says the Navajo Transitional Energy Company hasn't given leaders key financial information about the minds. He also says the tribe should be moving more toward renewables and energy experts questioned the wisdom of the Navajo nation expanding its interests in coal. As the industry industry struggles as a result is cancelled agreements. INTECH might have relied on to seek the tribes financial support in tech is owned by the Navajo nation but operates independently of the tribal government. The company announced in August that it bought three mines in the powder river basin of Wyoming Montana had an auction of the bankrupt cloud peak energy among them is the third largest coal mine in the nation and they collectively employ more than a thousand workers in a statement and intact. Spokesperson says it respects. It's the president's decision and that the company remains profitable while it explores future options in Texas the purchase of the three minds mixed the Navajo nation. The third largest this co-producer in the country for National Native News. I'm Ryan Hinds in flagstaff. This week the Minnesota Supreme Court heard arguments over the name change of Popular Minneapolis. Neapolis Lake the Associated Press reports. The court is considering whether the state's Natural Resources Department had authority to Change Lake. Calhoun to its Dakota name. PAYDAY Makarska Koska. A lower court ruled. The agency overstepped its authority and it should be handled by the legislature. Members of the native community are in support of the name. Change the group Save Lake. Calhoun is fighting it. Signs already reflect. The Lakes Dakota name. A decision by the court is likely to take months. Meanwhile public public input has been gathered for the renaming for part of the Minnesota landmark for smelling which resides undecoded homeland. The Minnesota Historical Society has received more than six thousand comments for the renaming of twenty three acres known as historic smelling. The name of the eighteen twenties. Fort Structure will remain for smelling. The site is being revitalized and slated to be finished next year. I'm Antonio Gonzalez. National Native News is produced by Colonic Broadcast Corporation with funding by the corporation for public broadcasting support by Freedom Lodge inviting you to join the two hundred our intertribal historical trauma masterclass masterclass twenty twenty to learn remedies for recovery on the ONEIDA nation in Wisconsin. Training has no charge for tribal members at freedom lunch dot org support by the National American Indian Housing Counselors 2019. Legal Symposium at Bali's resort in Las Vegas December ninth and Tenth Information and registration at N. A. H. C. Dot net slash legal native voice. One the native American radio network. This is native America calling. I'm Tara Gatewood. It is the official official rock. Your mcstay it's an international celebration of native culture. In pride by wearing are indigenous footwear. This year marks eight years since founder. Rounder Jessica Jalen at sea from Laguna Pueblo. Started the phenomena on social media. It started as one day encouraging people to come to work or school in traditional footwear. But it's expanded to a week in many schools and organizations are taking the opportunity to include special programming in conjunction with with native American heritage month. And maybe there is an event that is kicking off this week today. Maybe you started off the week wearing your moccasins and or traditional footwear. And what kind of attention has it brought has given you that moment to speak a little bit about your own pride in your culture sure to pay tribute to those who sacrifice so that you could be here and understand who you are as an indigenous person today we want you to call in talk all about it Join US today as we celebrate native heritage as we walk her monks. And Right. Now I wanNa let you know here in studio forty nine. There are three Pairs Of moccasins before these microphones and we understand what it means to step into our moccasins. In what it connects us to and and you're gonNA hear a little bit of that coming up here But again you are invited to join us to Whether you're mocks or made a with hard soles or maybe even With a certain element that is natural to your own community maybe even lined with for you are welcome to join us and join the celebration today. One eight hundred nine nine six two eight. Four eight is a number where you call in and share your moccasins story. Tell us why you you are rocking your mocks. One eight hundred nine six two eight four eight is the number in right here in studio forty nine with us today. Miss Jessica Jalen at sea and she is the founder of rock your mocks she's Laguna Pueblo. And it's our pleasure to have her here in. Most people know her as Jess. Just thank you so so much for being with us. Welcome in go ahead in a greeting folks gorgeous. They Hopefu- I how are y'all doing today. skits Bahira. Come back again and talk about rocking mocks. And how much it has really grown and also here in Studio forty-nine with us is Melissa Melissa Sanchez She is a producer with emergence productions she is from Alabama Pueblo and Laguna Pueblo. Our pleasure to have her here in-studio forty-nine today to Melissa thank you for being here thanks for having us here really excited in so jalen eight years. That doesn't seem like a long time since I remember the first conversation with you About wearing Your moccasins and Y. You wanted to do this and now here we are. For the past eight years the hashtags start rockier mucks And then even more heritage It comes out with some of those hashtags needed pride native heritage and it's grown in and I wonder if we were to just tally up every time somebody is posting Their pride in their traditions Through this event in through this week how many people we would hear and when we start looking at some we're also learning people's stories and so talk to me about everything that you have absorbed from that first moment that I Post on social media. Go ahead tell me more every year I. It's like a good overwhelming. Feeling that you know I just take shape on my feet one day and wanted to wear my moccasins amongst my friends and people wanted to know what I was doing and it just became in this huge like a lit up like fire and Not knowing that were Iraq earmarks is going to take you know what it stood for what it stands for today.

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"eight year" Discussed on Chat With Traders

Chat With Traders

18:10 min | 11 months ago

"eight year" Discussed on Chat With Traders

"And went on taking I wanna use this other route but there's a lot of advantages to that these traders in me included now have access to inverse routes in I mean I'm I'm learning a lot from Stan stands really a really good resource for is a retail trader I knew of inverse routes but I never understood why why would anyone why would anyone one let me take their liquidity and I collect a rebate I never understood stuff like that little questions like that little things I've noticed over the years and now I'm getting a little bit savvy to it but I still have a lot to learn are there any other advantages which just sort of come to the top of your mind being with a firm yeah like maybe the commissions as well or the offenses are are a great point seven point seven charge any commissions so zero commissions and all the rebates are passed through and Visi CNN fees etc pass through so if you you know you're sitting on the book all the time and you can make money on rebates and it's really nice to not have to pay commissions and I think that's a formula by the way you take someone like Stan who might trade half a million or a million shares in a day on some days easy you good luck doing that when you retail that doesn't that's GonNa get really expensive really quickly so there's there's some edge to be had and in pushing volume like that you know when you're not paying commissions and stuff like that yeah definitely chat with China's podcast is brought to you by in vast the broker our trade with every single died seriously. 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DOT COM dot edu slash chat yeah so the next part I guess would be talking about how you've set up this office in San Diego which I think is really awesome enough to hear a bit more about it it just tell me a little bit about what you've set up their head sort of came about yeah sure so we launched on September three what led up to that was you know cats had a vision of having an office out on the West Coast and the more we talk about it the more it just seemed like it could it could work and and we're just both jumped into it and we we launched on September three I mean before that we had to find some office space so I went around the city looking for some office space the we works and all those other kinds of places and we settled on a on a great spot here we're on we're not just on the outskirts of the Hoya right by UC San Diego and it's a great spot comfy room it's intimate it's not it's not the biggest not the biggest room and we got four desks in here and had a opened up for applications and had tremendous response I never thought that that many people I just didn't know that many people were interested or that many people would wanna sit in a room to together and I just didn't know I also didn't have a gauge for how many traders are they're actually in San Diego or you know in southern California you know it's tough out here we're west coast so we're on in California time so you know if you're if you're planning your trading day no market opens at six thirty local time so you gotta be gotta be up an atom in the the four. AM's four thirty or something you know at least give yourself a good hour hour and a half if not two hours of prep plan your day see what you're you know you're gonNA attack all that kind of stuff but I was delighted I couldn't believe how tremendous amount more applications than I ever so it was really nice to got to got to I did a deep study cats made it clear to me it's it's my office he'll support me and guide me as much help as I want but I get to decide you know who's going to sit in a room with me all day and so having that many applicants that was just wonderful 'cause really got a all spectrums you know all spectrums I had guys that applying the same they never played the trade before two guys applying that were very very very very profitable but it didn't comedown profitability you know it's also a personality thing it's got to be the right fit and I knew that coming into it because you know you could pick this most bad ass superstar trader there is but if he's got a ton of ego or she's got a ton of ego you gotta ask yourself is that someone I wanNA be sitting in a room with all day probably not at least not for me so there is that there is definitely an interview process and you know email back with some questions so these you and three others that's right currently what was probably my challenging and setting this up like oversee at something you've not Don before yeah what was most difficult about getting it setup might even not even just the setup but maybe on Edyta die lock is there anything which is sort of pain a little bit challenging about this this whole thing I'm thinking I mean I feel like something up I mean really now I wanNA make anything up I don't it's it's basically been a breeze I'll tell you what was the most challenging was getting the licenses do this you know to run an office and and all that stuff the the series fifty-seven to to be a licensed trader no longer read L. 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Professional Traders that you could trade firm capital and then I took it one step further with the series twenty four license to have my own office and so I could run the office that kind of thing that studying for those licenses and that was probably the biggest challenge but and that's because the the firm has already done this before this isn't the first satellite office seven points has launched they've got great again in New Jersey Stan in Fort Lauderdale Riley in Toronto and we launched San Diego it just early September so it's not their first Rodeo they had a lot of they done all this stuff before so any challenges Salie easily mitigated they already knew everything to do now Detroit is you have in the room when the office there with the what sick on of experience level like the three guys we've got two guys that are kind of similar her one's definitely heavily trading Mike in the micros like me the other one another one is also but also trading bigger names you know big board name it's bigger market names and then there's another guy who's who's trading I'd say almost exclusively large-caps Oh Nice Oh you gotta you gotTa Really Nice Mix and really nice blend in each throughout the day we're all you know sometimes were some of us are trading in our heads like I'll catch myself where I'm trading and even though I got three guys right next to me you know I'm extremely silent in I'm just really quiet and I'm kind of in my head I have to catch myself in those moments try and pull myself out of my head and realize hey I got like I got a huge edge over it's like every other retail trader out there right now I got I got a team of guys right next to me like you know what are they thinking about what I'm seeing what did they think about this trader trading equities but you focus on slightly different areas in that equity market definitely I think that's that was it almost seemed like I did it on purpose I wish I would have but it just I went for personalities over you know when you put a four traders and a in a room together that's that's a recipe for some conflict I feel like if defending on the tray so I was very active I wanted to pick it had to be the right guys it just had to be the right fit and I couldn't be happier these guys are these guys are are great they're doing well and and there are a pleasure to be around and I'm just really enjoying it and I assume they are to Nas Norris that's really cool man I'm happy fully what what's it like on a die today they're lucky they're D- have some sort of processes or routines implies like his era a premarket mating if so what sort of things discussed during them is there an after hours like sort of reflection on the die key talk little bit about that sure so in the mornings I'd say our mornings or pretty uniform were all you know individually at least going out there and sifting through what's available and seeing what you know between all the headlines and between all the gap irs and you know the different size markets You know I think each one of US basically putting together our own game plan of what looking to do on market open to the guy's really seem to lake trading you know in pre market so they'll they'll start pretty early the guys get in like five am our time which is eight am New York time so these guys are waking up you know at like four thirty in the morning or a little bit earlier to get into the office by five I roll in a little lead I'm in at like five thirty in the morning kind of the Lazier one but a love that stadium is light well yeah I'd go in earlier it's just having a Family at home I'm staying later than you know I I just need to stay up late to do family stuff and all that stuff so I I roll in like thirty minutes later it yeah every morning we're basically putting plans together and sometimes these plans overlap and we're looking for you know to see what we see like what do you think of this pr I read it sounds like sounds like shit to me sounds like a bunch of nothing or you know sounds like it might have merit you know the age you check out their balance sheet or did you see that that recent SHELFORD forty four filing we're just looking for it's kind of sometimes alone sometimes hunting together forming our plans in the morning in like I said sometimes those plans overlap sometimes they don't in us about like today we're experimenting right now with like a trade review where were at the end of the day or maybe sometimes during law when the market it's slow we are sharing our trades you know someone will go I will just share chart executions and ensure trades of what we're thinking you just kind of like you know put yourself out there in totally dear robe and just open yourself you know honesty you know from fresh perspective maybe from other traders the other guys that were in the same trades you were in or trading the same name you were in or just a freshman perspective from someone that wasn't even in the trade and it had no had no skin in that name in and just kind of get some feedback from them on what they thought of your trades and that can be very very lucrative thing to do but it's tough it's you know it's tough because we we sometimes we we do stupid things so it's putting yourself out there and sharing the great the good the bad and the ugly and just seeing what people think you know it's just I think the key of it all is a kind of take it back to the hiring process even though was answering a different one of your questions but I really wanted to hire some guys that were were hungry that were hustlers that were happy individuals people I wanna be around and these are guys that are growth minded that they're consistent already or they're almost consistent that kind of thing and let's get this going further let's grow together scale this up you know what I mean we're trading the amount of capital that were trading now is more than any one of us had access to individual early or put together I mean it's it's an opportunity to really push push yourself as as an individual and push yourself as a team in really take it to the next level and really grow as a trader in. I mean that's what it's all about for me that's why I had to just full speed ahead and and just let's let's build a team in San Diego I I had to I'll just say one last thing and to me that's the best thing in the world it was for a very long time nothing's better nothing's better than being a fulltime trader trading for home for living there's there's nothing better is the best thing in the world and I never thought I would give it up never in a million years but I'm not surprised I gave it up the to really put a team together and you know a team that wants to grow together a team of guys are just say it man just happy and Hungary and hustling together every day and just really going out there to get it in and just really wants to to scale and really really grow having a growth mindset that kind of stuff I mean you've definitely work yourself into a really good sate I think at least for me coming from retail from what I was doing as a retail trader you just take nothing now for me as and it's just the right formula to really push the pedal and excel just really see since then and how it's evolved sired Laktasi what's changed and what stayed the same and what you've point shown but yet let's let's address each of those separately so first of all what has changed since two thousand and sixteen if anything if nothing's changed then that's awesome size find find consistency in using much bigger size and I was using in two thousand sixteen I mean that's the biggest that's the first thing that comes to mind since since two thousand sixteen but there's there's been some setbacks along the way no doubt about it you know like I said you know just using hard stops if I figured out how to just.

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"eight year" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

05:38 min | 1 year ago

"eight year" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"For individuals and knowing the media environment that were operating in knowing the amount of death threats that we get knowing the amount of concentration of attention I think it's just it's it's what just worth asking why do these his racial animus issue raised absolutely no she's just trying to get us killed you're not racist reasons it's interesting that suddenly it was he's worried about death threats but yet when that eight year old girl little AOC who who would who would you know imitate a O. C. it was a parody of her little eight year old girl she it was shot down by the people on the left by AOC supporters and that little eight year old girl was receiving death threats to her dress was docks where she lived her parents to take out of call of her videos all that was it I don't recall a time miss when a see you said oh come on and defended in such told her her followers to back off that was funny and you know did a photo op with the little girl did you know because of the death threats no of course not because she's so I didn't miss it no she is a phony and this whole thing about like if somebody if I get criticized I get death threats and how dare Nancy Pelosi criticize me this insanity and that's childish and it's in it's in it it's an effort to not actually confront your real problems it's does suggest that somehow policy is is reasoning imperiling you physically by criticizing you that's ridiculous end isn't it interesting that is that is not as severe a thing to do then to be a racist like Mike imperiling AOC physically by her standard is not as horrific as being a racist like all it's not go that far she's not raise says she's trying to get me killed well you can I think a scene knows that there's a line she she if she starts calling pollutes the races there's no way to walk back from that well where is she saying and and and she said no but she should know that with the death threats and everything else you do also didn't come out and say she's trying to get us killed her she nuances her language is very nineteen eighty four that now Nancy Pelosi this should not only responding to a see in Ohio mark she was responding to a sees cheap of staff this guy so I cut chakra body now know occasionally his name comes up and what he tweeted recently was this instead of fiscally conservative but socially liberal let's call the new Democrats and blue dog caucus the new southern Democrats they certainly seem hellbent to do to black and brown people today what the old southern Democrats did in the forties this is a sees chief of staff accusing modern Democrats of being segregationists N. KKK members and Lee insurers are and all that so there you go so here's Nancy Pelosi responding about all of this yesterday there's a lot of debate over on the way you and it's representative Acosta Cortez our our relating to each other these days she has said that she explicitly feel she does your explicitly targeting and others women of color on the basis of race what is your response I said what I'm going to say in the caucus that's where my this is appropriate I said when we say in the caucus they took offense because I addressed at the request of my members an offensive tweet I came out of one of the members offices that referenced are blue dogs in our new dams essentially as segregation our members took offense at that I addressed that how they're interpreting and carrying it to another place is up to them but I'm not going to be discussing it and further the racism guns are going off inside the party they're firing they're firing inside the house they're inside the call is coming from inside out yeah this is inevitable we've all said that all of this was going to come back all this political correctness is eventually gonna come back and bite all of the Democrats in the **** and it has happened and you have William Lacy clay as a Democrat I'm Missouri in part of the black and grey the congressional black caucus who said that a see her chief of staff in particular and the group just as Democrats are juvenile he said their ignorance is beyond belief talking about so I cut chakra body there yeah and one and one more at this is it this is it this is a democratic official speaking to the hill is a blind quote though and there is a top democratic aide spoke to the hill on a phone call and here's the quote is unbelievable Alexandria cause you Cortez is only a woman of color when it's convenient this is a democratic eight top it quote hours on your because your card has only one of color when it's convenient none of the things that she's fought for aligned with communities of color and her group is funded only by elitist white liberals she's a puppet now she is we know that right but this is from inside the house right inside the party and you know things are bad when you lose the view when you lose joy Behar would be Goldberg you've definitely gone too far and they heard that chief of staff another one is accusing everybody being segregationists yes The Washington Post has a piece they published overnight that reveals that they never intended the green new deal to be a climate thing this is him quote the interesting thing about the green new deal is it wasn't originally climate thing at all do you guys think of it as a climate thing because we really think of it as I how do you change the entire economy thing yeah transfer of wealth that's what it's all about where instead of lifting all boats were just gonna raise this bow down we're gonna sink that's what they twenty four NW I mail between mass this.

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"eight year" Discussed on TalkRadio 1370AM

TalkRadio 1370AM

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"eight year" Discussed on TalkRadio 1370AM

"So you can just say do everything because i said so there's nothing wrong with that but you lose the teachable moment of work is where money comes from and you want to meet fifty eight year olds that haven't learned that in eight year olds that have you know so i work is where money comes from and you work you get paid you don't work you don't get paid i want them seeing that visually and what i'm experiencing that i want them being able to give with money that they quote unquote earned i want them to be able to buy something for themselves with money they quote unquote earn on with them to be doing some saving with money that they quote unquote aren't i say quote unquote because they're not they're almost never worth what we pay them that's not that's not the point was not an economic transaction it's a teachable moment it's parenting so that's what you do now as far as whether they if they just go there's kind of like two things there you can do that occasionally and not get paid if it's something like feeding the dog that's harmful to the dog if you've agreed to do that and that's one of your chores you're going to get paid for you're going to feed the dog i mean because the poor dog needs to be fed and so that actually was one of ours that they got paid for feeding the dog you know keeping the water bowl fresh and all that kind of stuff around the dog brushing the dog was another one we had one that needed brushing and so that kind of stuff so you can you can just decide putting you're putting your dishes in the dishwasher after dinner was one you didn't get paid for that was so you're helping your mom clean the kitchen that but you can decide i don't care it's not the point is have some we had some because we wanted you to understand you support the family and some that your money now i don't wanna do it is okay occasionally but my job is dad your job is mom mom's.

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"eight year" Discussed on Altered Geek

Altered Geek

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"eight year" Discussed on Altered Geek

"The fleet store i bought a all good things enterprise with the triple in the cell and i they gave away as part of their eight year anniversary like the the defiant with a cloaking device in i got the ship specifically because i could take the console from the defiant and put it on the galaxy class dreadnought which could do everything that the other ship could plus more and it cloaks so i have an enterprise cloaks dislike inaugural things and then they've got infinite money hole it's not just cosmetic they they actually have a lot of cosmetic purchases to you though but i you'll need a contract they do have some paid subscription not really anymore i mean you can you can pay for like their lifetime membership thing which gets you certain things but it's there's no reason for it and then it's got free to play so yeah not surprising so anyways i definitely recommend going to micro transaction zone to check any games that you might be thinking of playing there they're just started but i i'm really looking forward to seeing what comes out of it being that they've only been out about a week and a half now at this point and i'm really really loving the option to be able to look in a game before you start playing the because most games nowadays have micro transactions at the oiseaux and it's it's getting expensive so definitely recommend checking out that site.

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