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"elson" Discussed on Launch Left

Launch Left

06:48 min | 5 d ago

"elson" Discussed on Launch Left

"Promote my perspective. My work in my heart and all your aesthetic as well. Because i feel like a lot to do with you when i think about you chase. I think about the aesthetic as well and how vital that is to your persona as well. So i i hear you without stadium. People don't even people are can't even touch on it a less Annette all of a sudden. You know it's interesting as i. I remember having a conversation with my mother recently where we are talking about social media and what someone's perspective might be had. They not know you if they just kicked it to find you on social media for for any of us and she just coming from a different generation she said will i think the immediate perspective would you and many women you know are incredibly shallow post pitches of ourselves by only eight for for people to see. Your work is to post a picture of yourself. And it's it's just work stuck in this catch twenty two world of wanting to be more fulfilled. But you can't get there without sort of this. don't get me started it is. It's certainly tricky. Yes it is especially when life you know especially with the pandemic. I found myself on social media much more just to check in with the people. I care about see what people are up to feel so far away at that moment and it is. It is very very slippery slope. I think in regards to social media because on one side. It's a very important powerful tool even as we talk about design. It's a great place for for. I think about a lot of people have spoken up on social media because other ways of may be trying to get justice failed. So there's the social media angle that may attention to something very important but then there's the other flipside which you are absolutely right that that in order for you know. I followed a bunch of people on instagram right. I never see my closest friends. What they're posting. i. I have a private account that i go on that. I just follow a handful of people. And that's the only way i mean yet to see say europe to what say. Emily is up to broke up. There are a lot of our mutual friends because they are never on my feet how it always wonder because it it for me especially with instagram when it went from being a timeline to just whatever's popular they for me. That's when the bubble bus because it went from being this great tool of anesthetic. Remember somebody wants telling me like instagram's like your magazine you can curate it and you know it's your interest. Is the things that you're passionate about some things that you need to speak up about. Sure throwing a few cubes office 'cause on it but you're right when the algorithm is programmed to just view our faces embodies also as women. You know that if that again it is another thing that is showing what you're worth this. I have you know my house. If dean i think about this for her in her generation growing up in in a world where it's all about the likes and and that is so detrimental. I think to a mental health as well. Yeah why is that. Why should it be. Someone's physicality the two met so interesting you've experienced in your work like people want to compliment you on something that he literally mean aside from taking care of your body you're going to the gym or putting on the right skin cared. You had no control over right. Exactly no end is also. I think when it comes to images especially i obviously working fashion and it's you know throughout the years just the images that i portrayed in fashion and even at moments had dental detrimental effect upon me especially in regards to sort of body image. I've always been viewed as the quote unquote funny looking which i'm down with. Obviously these days when rowing up especially as a teenager emerging in the fashion industry when my body you know is scrutinized for being maybe size or two bigger than the normal or my face is scrutinized for being weird. It's that was hard even just in a microcosm of wall. Fashion is then when you get things on social media. I mean it's it's a it's like. I said it's a slippery slope. And then on the flip. I always have to play. Devil's advocate sometimes is that i've discovered a lot of great. People need a made friends interesting via social media. But it's the sort of magic is wearing off ever so slightly for me. And i think it is to do with the fact that i don't see you know people care about anymore. I don't see what they're up to. I'm not getting the the things that used to sort of inspire and evoke so the y- even inspiration. I don't have that same sort of relationship with with social media but any house. I probably should move on from my social media row about your book of poetry. That is something. I am so proud of you chase and again you're such a a speaking of again social media you posting snippets and and poems enough over the years and i'm just curious as to how that process started you and what even. What was the student. The spark that you thought. Okay i invite a book of poetry. I majored in poetry polish. And when i graduated from college i mean i guess. Ten years ago now there was no social media. Wasn't really what it is today wasn't even close to what it is today. I think facebook just started. I'm aging myself but but there was no career in poetry. No being a female poet was talking dickinson option. So i was happy to pursue music and fashion and sort of. Put that to the way Right quietly for myself when i could anani- a few years ago. I just started posting things than men Not even putting my name on it. I was actually too shy. I just wanted to see what he thought. You know what i mean. And maybe based think it was someone else writing or if they didn't like it wasn't so personal and the reaction was really positive. People often reached out saying that. This is something that they were feeling or the you know. Naturally what social media is great.

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"elson" Discussed on Launch Left

Launch Left

07:43 min | 5 d ago

"elson" Discussed on Launch Left

"I. I'm karen elson and i am. The guest. host will launch left for the autism takeover. And i'm here talking with my dear friend chase cole. Who is somebody. I've known and loved for many years. Who is a brilliant musician singer. She is a writer poet and she is also a fashion designer and taste maker and all things magical some ex. how karen. how are you kidding there you. You know what i'm hanging in there. This week has definitely been a. It's been a rollercoaster of a week alive in the world as law going on in the world and just personally i know what what is in the stars this week but it's definitely venue. It's definitely been one but aside from that. You know i gotta say. Compared to a lot of other people. I feel like a thriving. Yeah couldn't agree more yet. Tell me are you in laurel canyon you and your beautiful. Am law kenyan right. Now i'm getting ready to head to the east coast the next few months so i am China organize the moving pieces here. And just you're not working on getting people to listen to the music. You how so. I listened to dear dear the other day and oh my god chance. Wald's the of the a in really got that sort of summary sixties just everything. I was listening from even the backing vocals to the orchestrations. In your song lyrics. I was really blown away. Congratulations can you tell me a little bit about how dear dear came about. What was your creative process and you know just where you come from far as as far as music of course i mean you and i play music together on enough so many times I but this is just such a departure. Sonically i wrote coated with a guy called barry goldberg who. I don't know if you've ever crossed house with. He's an older piano player. He played with everyone from ray. Charles to phil spector himself to Lou reed and leonard cohen. Bob dylan's band for forty five years. He is really as good as it gets Berry came on a session for me a few years ago. That never ended up coming out but we totally hit it off. He ran into each other not long after he asked me to write together. And we weren't really sure what the thing was gonna be until we sat down to write in his realize that we had this great love of girl groups and that no one was really making that style of music executing it the way that we both thought it should be executed because the people have sort of dip their toes into that thing so we just thought why not take a crack at it also. I'm sure you can agree. That the the sound beautiful but the narrative content of those records is problematic toward a feminist and feminist viewpoint. I mean the women like he hit me and it felt like he kissed off. You know it's it's it's hard on the heart for heartbreaking so So i thought why not try and sort of modernize the sound keep it feeling nostalgic and have it have that warmth that but really introduced a very strong feminist character coming in to her own. That's what i mean. This is the beginning of a four part album. And that's what the narrative of the record will be watching this woman sort of grow in terms strength chase. That is so needed right now. I feel that united at and also. The album covers zero the cover. Sorry is your mother right. Yes the covers will be serious. When i was writing this project i came across an old album of my mother on the eve of a relationship with a man that was totally wrong for her and she was eighteen years old then lost and had no idea what she was doing you know. I'm sure like most of us ended up making some really Romantically this album. She just was so there was so much melancholy behind her sort of. Is you know seeing your parents as younger people. You're not used to seeing that. And it just felt like what i wanted it i love it just think it's so evocative when i saw the picture and i realized that there was a picture of your mother who i've met before now leeann it. It's i don't know there's just something sociologic and deeply personal of hearing what you're saying about the feminists lilt to dear. Because i do feel especially these past few years i think so many women. Have we own reckoning with the it with hashtag metoo. Time's up I feel like you said opened up the conversations off that maybe we held secret for very long time. And maybe certain ways i guess especially men in the music industry may show you and i can relate have been you know how we have been treated all sort of personified. I mean i can think of an example just even a few years ago. Was somebody telling me for my for not the record that i'm working on currently the one before that i should look pretty for the record that should be the look just pretty like nothing more than just. That's what it is. You should look pretty. And i mean it was a subtle comment. A genuinely think it was meant from a bad place but it's just again when a woman's worth is personified by sort of these attributes. Your beauty your sexuality main. I know as i get older really delving deeper into these subjects. As as you know pertains to a woman and how a woman wants to be portrayed main i'm just curious as to what your thoughts just especially in regards to just how we're finding our voices as women and how that feels for you. Because i know me at fusty quite vulnerable. Yeah absolutely i totally agree. And i think that i mean we've all heard i've definitely experienced that sort of sits with me. Most obviously on the tip of my tongue is Hearing back when. I was pitching my last record more often than not that. They filled their quota. Female musicians offered month. You're like okay. We'll that's so problematic. More le'veon's i mean it's such a flawed industry still for now perspective. Your too loud mouth. You say certain things. You're considered not sexy enough if you don't look a certain way but then sort of the the problem that i have mostly as it probably pertains to social media because it chain used to It continues to further that sort of amplify feminist agenda when these algorithms are built. And i'm sure you know it as well as anyone when these algorithms are built that people don't even see a photo if it isn't a photo of a person's face now we've all posted something in the past where let's say it's just a song. Their gourds flower. It's an and they just they arts scene. These computers are literally designed to show something so the struggle is lawn trying to promote my art. And i'm trying to.

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"elson" Discussed on The Alchemical Mind

The Alchemical Mind

04:28 min | 4 months ago

"elson" Discussed on The Alchemical Mind

"Be happy with my current way of life but the so i got cats instead cassini animals because they can take care of themselves when i'm at work but there's the my cats are. I always call him my greatest teachers. They teach me a lot about patients and being relaxed and being at peace and You know Love also yeah for sure right because there's no there's the judgment of any kind i think. Oftentimes that's what the problem is right. You you have expectations and opinions of what other people should believe in or say you're think or what you should believe or say or think and that often times gets in the way of having like a genuine direct experience right. Yeah that's true. And also. Because i i'm both a captain don person nice say i always often hear that cats are not as loving really like they would. They would abandon you if they got the chance. Or it's not like a dog but i don't have that experience with my cats when we've suffered tragedy. They showed more love because they can sense when you're sad and they They behave differently depending on high. Feel and i i'm Certain that they are especially the female cats. I see her as like Because sometimes when you talk reincarnation you'll say you go from cat to human maybe But i i don't. I'm not sure how sometimes i feel like she's higher than a human than sometimes. Yeah that's that's funny. Actually because i've said that about my. I have two dogs and a cat. Generally i i talk about my my large female dog. I have a great pyrenees and elson feel that way with her as well because she seems so empathic and carrying an very perceptive of how people are feeling really right and she can always tell when. Somebody's down a little bit. Maybe like hang out more with this person. Because they'll appreciate my company more..

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"elson" Discussed on Fat Mascara

Fat Mascara

04:00 min | 5 months ago

"elson" Discussed on Fat Mascara

"Heavy. Thanks i'm jan. listen. I'm excited about this show but before we get into it. Can i just say. I know thanksgiving only here in the united states and we have listeners everywhere but dammit this year i am so freaking thankful to be here trying to have our listeners and our big fat mascara family. I'm thankful for like figuring out all the tech crap this year. Making this podcast happen. And i'm thankful for you. Jessica matlin my dear friend who got me through a freaking crazy year but also last week. I don't know. I'm i'm thankful for you. Jen goldstein sullivan. And i'm thankful for segment producer. Read thank you ran. God we gotta get read on this show. Yeah yeah we. I just thought of something read very on theme got redheads. All arou- own yes. I didn't think about that yet. Okay so we have a great episode today This one is really a big thrill for me. Because i am a major major fan of our gas. Her name is karen elson. She is only one of the biggest models of our time. She is a british supermodel but she is really just a global force. She is a singer. Songwriter do check out her work. She is a mother. She is an advocate. She is just an amazing person. All around she. Is you know what what's really cool about her. She really is outside of like the epicenter of the fashion world when she's not working. She lives in nashville. Which i think is really cool. Which is also very much. A music hub And she was in nashville when we recorded with her remotely and she was so cool. She had her cup of tea very english at she set up. Can i pause you i. i'm just going to say. Her laptop was basically like on. She was so funny funny. She was like my laptop. Is making these crazy noises. So if every now and then this interview you hear her laptop. She's doing her best. She's a frigging superstar. Down in nashville. So that's what that sound is. I'm just prep. Yeah you know when your laptop starts like it looks like it. Sounds like it's going to take off her doing that vein supermodels. They're just like us She you know you know her face on my coffee table jess right. Oh yes oh my coffee table. Well we got a chance to talk to her because she was promoting her book. The red flame with we'll talk about and the red flame is really part memoir part amazing visual portfolio of so many of the photographer. The work she's done with a lot of photographers. Makeup artists hairstylists. She's worked with everyone. Stephen mizao craig. Mccaw dean martin. Marcus My god in like makeup artists like pat mcgrath. Garin ward like every basically Work she's done with tim. Walker is just legendary every major fashion creative. She has worked with and she has a lot to say in the book about topics from everything from me to to You know fashions reckoning with with you know eating disorders to her own grips her own relationship with self esteem. and she's just really She bears all and i think fashion is not a world that really am is very comfortable with vulnerability and getting real and she is amazing because she goes there and that is one of the reasons. I adore her so much. Karen thank you for being real with us. Thank you for spending so much time with us on this show and i think you guys were really enjoyed. This interview are no jeter night. Did i am really excited. That you wrote this book You know. I devoured at.

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The price of rare plants

On The Ledge

06:08 min | 8 months ago

The price of rare plants

"Right. Now it's time to talk about rare plants and when this turned into a ranch, I wanted to be a reasoned argument but I hope that this will give you pause for thought about what's happening in the house blunt world right now, I guess I got really alarmed about plant prices. When applaud the I've been lusting after suddenly went up in price. As many of you know through the podcast I've been looking for a piece of Panteli sensation, a cultivar of tons of area. Correctly Justina As been moved to the dressier genus, the snake plant, I've been looking for. Peace or a plant of this particular offer longtime. Now, for some reason, while they're common in the US, they just aren't that common here in the UK and I haven't found a shop selling them I think couple of people found a plot shop in Poland selling them, but I still do not have one of these plants. So I. Put an Ebay search save out there. So that anytime anyone put one of these plants on Ebay. I. Would know a few months ago the last cutting that I had been watching the last pup that I've been watching when I think he has for about twenty five pounds and I missed out on time because I thought that's a bit expensive. Anyway another pop came up from the same seller I think very recently about two or three weeks ago. I was Kinda getting excited because the price was still quite low are and all watching the countdown and the price was still about ten pounds and I thought. The chance here? How much did it go for? It went for it went for about eighty seven pounds. For a tiny stick of a snake blunt. Thanks to the listeners by the way who offered to send me a piece of their bench Elson session from the US very kind of you. But I don't think it's a good idea given plant health and spread of diseases to be importing individual plants from the US plus. Don't think it's worth it for the air. BYLES. Of course, there are other house plants that are going for much much more. The headline in The New York Post recently was some sucker in New Zealand just spent five thousand dollars on a house plant. There was a variegated rafic for a test drive perma with variation, the basically split relief in half between the regular caller and sort of golden yellow. and. That plot went for eight thousand, one hundred fifty New Zealand dollars on the site trade me nuts about five thousand. Dollars in other words, a lot of money and there is a track record for plants on this trade me site going for a lot. There was a Hoya I think it was a Hoya compactor with the reverse fair Gatien the way for six and a half thousand New Zealand dollars. A before POPs a couple of months before I'm, and of course, we all know about the variegated monster at unsown. With those little holy leaves marked with cream the have also gone for some really interested. High prices recently, this has been building for a while. Now, this trend towards rare or Unicorn House Plaza cost a lot of money but I think that lockdown has exacerbated this desire for plants as lots of people who want to. Live and up their Home Office of got into the House plant thing during lockdown adjust desperate for these very, very rare loans. And I think we've really got to take the long view about this in that planck. Crazies are really nothing you. My first thought is back to the fern craze in the mid eighteen hundreds I wasn't there I'm not quite that old over my children would probably beg to differ. So in the mid eighteen hundreds around the world. There was a firm fever that really took of people and lots of women in particular were going out and bought an ising and looking for funds in the wild and buying. Funds from nursery such as the famous and now defunct lodges of London with the huge glasshouses, and these were really desirable things to own back. Then the talent teradata mania was coined by Sir Charles Kingsley and he wrote your daughter's perhaps I've been seized with the prevailing Tareyton mania and are collecting bind funds with wards cases where into keep them for it's you have to pay and wrangling over unpronounceable names of species which seemed to be different in each new book that they buy till the territory mania seems to you somewhat of a ball. So that might be familiar. Scenario of of wrangling over the names and buying the special equipment, the wards cases, which is just the original server terrariums plots in. So that is an illustration of the fact, this is not a new a new thing. Plunk raises a bit around forever I mean even Coleus those cheapest chips plants that you can buy very very easily are certainly not subject to a premium. These days were at one point something, very new, exciting and expensive. If you check out Dr Catherine, Horwitz Book Potted Histories, you'll find out that a dozen new coleus hybrids sold at auction by the RHS's one, hundred, sixty, eight when for three, hundred, ninety pounds. How much three hundred ninety pounds is worth today about thirty thousand pounds so As I say it's not new and equally even further back in history chilly fever and sixteen thirties same time citrus trees also massive status symbol mainly because you needed an orangerie to keep them in. So. Wild prices for applauds are nothing new

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BTS's Dynamite smashes YouTube records and heads for UK number one

iHeart Podcast Channel Programming

00:18 sec | 8 months ago

BTS's Dynamite smashes YouTube records and heads for UK number one

"Is the new record holder for the highest number of YouTube viewers for a video premiere. It premiered Friday and drew more than three million live concurrent viewers on YouTube when it dropped by the way Dynamite is BTS, his first entirely English language song Tech Report. Larry Elson, NBC News Radio I Heart

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"elson" Discussed on Scrubbing In with Becca Tilley

Scrubbing In with Becca Tilley

04:45 min | 11 months ago

"elson" Discussed on Scrubbing In with Becca Tilley

"No! More. That, if so stressful. So stressful, but part of me wonders if he has it own. The stream consistently has. Already heard that I think he only listens to kiss when I'm in the car. That's a that is a ninety. Tall. Solidarity I support you I don't know I mean that's cool, but if if his girlfriend's on the radio regularly he would listen to that and he would tune in and if you're in commercials, he's GonNa. Tune in to hear you. Maybe maybe I'm wrong. Maybe he does listen to the KISS FM more but I. I was just like. Times and like our commute was not oh. So did y'all say. Yeah! Where are we on that? Still keeping its on over here. Still. Elson, my wife is obsessed with them and I. She's been adding Blueberries to I. Actually just off a bag, right poor. Communist specific time in the near future, I. So I think there's just some some emotional hurdles that were both going through. Fill out. No those emotional hurdles yeah, but was nice to like. It was nice. At that stage in the relationship where I want him to be like meeting my friends and like. Imagine so. been able to do that at all, you know. Quarantine so nice to be able to like have him you know like. You know bond with you. It was really fun. Wait a really great time. It was a really great day. I was so exhausted the next day like yesterday. I watched so much ninety day, fiance. Wow same. We went to bed at eight thirty I was like Oh. Even. Not Do that, but. We were tired yesterday, and it was like a real easy day so. Who's really fun I really enjoyed it to like. Spend time with y'all walk. Hang out outside of a screen. For sure. And I do have to say i. made some treats for the picnic that I gave to. Beckon and five P and they were a hit so. Really. Nine five. P A massive stomach ache. Oh too many so I'm very into these OATMEAL. Balls were a just oats and banana. With cinnamon, and then you can put whatever you want them so I put like dark chocolate, chips and blueberries..

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Coronavirus Tests States' Under-Funded Public Health Systems

NPR's Business Story of the Day

02:27 min | 1 year ago

Coronavirus Tests States' Under-Funded Public Health Systems

"Tip of the iceberg. That is how one doctor working on the Cova. Nineteen outbreak in Washington state describes new cases discovered over the weekend. Cova nineteen is the disease caused by corona virus and public health agencies. Believed more cases will be found as testing picks up all this though is straining an already underfunded public. Health System will stone from member station K. EX reports from Seattle. A lot goes into chasing a virus much out of sight at the downtown headquarters of Public Health Seattle and King County. Staffers Huddle over their laptops fielding phone calls and directing a massive public health mobilization cove nineteen cases are emerging here without any clear linked to travel and it's raising concern that Washington State may be on the cusp of a widespread outbreak. The health officer for Seattle and King County is Dr Jeff Do Chen. Or we've got an amazingly large challenge in front of us with this new cases coming on very close together. A few schools linked to cases are temporarily closed. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has sent a team to investigate a deadly outbreak at a nursing. Home in Kirkland. Just east of Seattle do Chin says it's now clear. The virus has been circulating locally but only recently did state labs begin to do the tests themselves and on more types of patients that's led to more cases being discovered so our team is working pretty much around the clock to follow up on all of these cases all their potential interactions. They've had recently more than one hundred people at his department are part of the covy nineteen response. And they're hiring. They need nurses disease investigators and public health workers and it's costing a lot of money. Corinna Elson boss is preparedness director for Seattle and King County. She says the corona virus response is costing as much as two hundred thousand dollars a week. We are now entering a new phase of looking at. What is this look like when we have widespread transmission in the community? Ellison boss was here in two thousand nine and two thousand ten during the outbreak of the H. One N one flu one big difference between now and then unfortunately we have less staff than we did. During h one n one and we have not had sustained investments in public health preparedness budgets are tight for many public health departments throughout Washington. Congress is working on emergency funding. That could free up. Billions of dollars for cove.

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What's the Best Kind of Dog Leash?

BrainStuff

03:56 min | 1 year ago

What's the Best Kind of Dog Leash?

"Relationships and discovers the transformative power of music. Theory and rocker comes from double. Elvis productions is created and hosted by Mitchelson Elson and executive produced by Jay. Brennan of disgraced land listened to dear young rocker on the iheartradio APP apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcasts. took him to brainstorm a production of iheartradio. Hey brain stuff lauren. Bogle bomb here when you adopt a puppy or an older dog. There's a lot to look forward to a fun. Days of playing with her and taking walks feeding her teaching her tricks taking walks cuddling on the couch with her and yes taking more walks. Dogs require walks. The obvious reason is that they have to go out to do their business meaning urinate and defecate. The frequency depends on the breed. But if you live in an apartment or a house without a fenced yard where they can roam freely to take care of the call of nature as the adult in the room you are responsible for taking them out to a designated area where they can go and you can clean up after them but there's more to it than that dogs need lots of exercise. They need to burn off energy and socialized dogs. Hello Dog Park. Walks are an important part of your dogs. Daily routine and that means you're pups leash is a crucial canine accessory. But there are a dizzying number of options. So we he talked to an expert about her favourite leash and why she recommends it Susie. Aga- is a nationally recognized dog trainer an expert in dog behavior modification and the founder of Atlanta dog trainer. She has decades of dog training experience and has clear preferences about leashes for starters. She never recommends a retractable leash. She explained they're very popular leashes but everyone hates them. It's irritating for the dogs on the leash. They've got constant tension on them and it's irritating for humans in the community most pet owners. Don't ruin their dogs. They just let them wrap up. Whoever's walking by retractable leashes are dangerous? Dogs and humans. How many times have you been strolling along in the park minding your business? When suddenly there's a Doberman Pinscher staring at you a good twenty to thirty feet or six to nine meters away from its owner also retractable? Leads can hurt you the dog Walker. Should you attempt to grab it in case of an emergency it could give you a rope. Burn and be leashes are infamous for snapping due to strain or mechanical mechanical failure and whipping back with high force toward the walkers body and face Aga- also doesn't recommend the slip lead which is basically a slipknot allowing knowing you to slip your dog's head through the loop and poll to tighten Think of those leashes you get at the vet but they can be very dangerous. She said I don't like them. Because it puts that's a lot of pressure on the dogs. Trachea can cause a lot of damage. Aga's leash recommendation is a basic six foot or approximately two meter braided leather leash with brass fittings the clips onto the dog's collar or harness. Whichever the dog wears when walking Aga- says six feet is plenty long for every breed of dog to get away to use the bathroom the only time she doesn't recommend the brass fittings is for small dogs because the brass can be too heavy for those smaller dogs try stainless steel or aluminum fittings fittings instead ag- explained a leather leashes last a really long time? I've got one leash. That's fifteen years old. Most leashes available in the market are made of reinforced. Nylon or cloth webbing some even have carbon-fiber with an into them others are made of nylon rope. Aga- says those are fine but to be prepared hard to keep buying them she said nylon leashes even the ones that are sturdy. webbing are fine but they don't last. As long as leather dogs can chew through them and then the owners

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Constipation and Diarrhea: When is it a problem?

Dishing Up Nutrition

09:06 min | 1 year ago

Constipation and Diarrhea: When is it a problem?

"So let's get started with our discussion. We have addressed diarrhea so loose bowel movements on other shows. We've we spent entire other shows talking about diarrhea right so we've decided to focus more on today's show in terms of constipation and customization is a common problem in children of all ages so infants toddlers school age kids teenagers and even the children who are now all grown up now. They're adults young at heart. Absolutely we and so actually constipation is one of the most common chronic gastrointestinal disorders in adults. So Shelby we see this in in clinic like almost day in and day out with clients who are having. Maybe just a few bowel movements every week and actually when I was going through my master's program program for clinical nutrition. One of my first professor said if you are not comfortable talking about poop with people. You're in the wrong profession absolutely absolutely yes. We have to talk everything digestive from the top to the bottom right. Yeah so this morning we will spend time talking about the causes and some solutions for both children and adults who struggle with constipation issues so joining me in studio today shelby. Olsen who has a license nutritionist. Attrition as we will be talking about adult and childhood constipation which is a very real problem for so many people we believe this information formation that we're going to share this morning we'll help you find a solution. Yeah we'll good morning Leah and good morning to our listeners or good evening or good afternoon wherever you are in the world and listening I was formerly Shelby Hummel but as of about six seven months I am finally getting used to calling myself. Shelby Olsen Elson likely ahead mentioned. I'm a licensed nutritionist. And I actually see clients in our wise at a location. I also spend many of my days teaching wellness US classes for a variety of the companies. Here in the twin cities in the past few years more and more companies large and small are trying to provide nutrition information information to their employees in the hopes that they will remain healthy because we understand just like they do that. Healthy employees are productive employees. So Oh some of the classes that we may teach you know just the within the past week. I've taught a class called mindful eating I've taught classes about jumpstart. Your metabolism awesome eating real food for everyday health solutions. I talk about good foods and good moods that none brain connection to the foods that we eat so we really bring this eat real food message and people find it's a simple message that resonates with them as a result old of attending one of these lunch and learn seminars. Typically about an hour. They learned that they can eat real food that they buy in the grocery store. You know they don't have to buy box excludes or you know packaged things. They can go to the farmers market. They can go to any of the grocery stores in their area And quite frankly it's food their entire family can eat Right yeah that's important so that you're not the only person following a specific plan. It's nice when the whole family when everybody can NBA on board Yeah my mom she would always say. I'm not a short order. Cook GonNa eat what I mix. And that's exactly when we're talking about real foods. Mom and dad can eat it kids and you know teens. Everyone should be eating real food and can notice the difference that when they eat real food they feel good absolutely. Yeah so shelby and I both work with many adults and we both see children. I think I see more children now. Now that I have one of my own. So so maybe it's just that The Laws of the universe attract more kids. I don't know But many of these adults and some of the kids are struggling with constipation. Shen and parents sometimes don't even realize that they have constipation problem and truth be told. Many people don't realize that having a bowel movement every three maybe four days is a problem I would also venture to say I have a lot of clients who come in and they say well I know maybe it's not normal but this is my normal right so this has been me forever. I don't know what to do about it right. And so when we ask them have you had. Do you have a bowel movement. Every day. They say oh no. I'm not constipated my normal is every three or four days. We would identify that as a problem today. We do want to give you guys an idea of what normal bowel habits look like. And of course give you some of those indications of abnormal bowel habits. Now I remember one of our young adult clients who would have a bowel movement once every two. Oh Aw can you imagine her heart a little. I know she thought that was normal. So are you wondering asked this question. What is normal for an Infant or a young child or even for an adult. What does that normal look like? Yeah Yeah Shelby. We're talking a little bit about that before we came on air of like what is normal And when I was first starting this whole mother journey and I would still consider myself fairly new parents even at seventeen months. Yeah I was just a little surprised that I was changing my son's diaper. You know at least three to four times a day. I mean realistically there were definitely days where it was like eight to ten times a day to. You're a pro. You get good at it really fast. And actually. When mothers breastfeed their babies many of those babies have have a ball movement after every feeding and I can attest in those early days? You were breastfeeding breastfeeding sessions. Eight ten twelve times a day. A sometimes all clustered together so There's a lot going on. Yeah And infants who are breastfed are rarely constipated Ed. Right and typically by about age to A child is having one to two formed bowel movements daily By the age of four. They're usually continuing that pattern of one two formed bowel movements a day right and if everything is working right most school age kids teens and adults should should be having one bowel movements daily in fact one or two daily as an adult is what we would consider normal and healthy right. You're eating every day Jay Multiple Times. Actually so you should be eliminating we digestion and elimination because we want to be working through absolutely. Yeah so an infant or toddler who is constipated typically will have a bowel movement that it's hard to pass. Yes they might be straining or they might be sitting on the toilet for a while or in my son's case he's not potty trained yet but you'll notice he will stop in his tracks and he'll be pushing you get that red face then look concentration So if they're doing that a lot or you notice hard little pellets in the diaper or in the toilet that would be. That would be considered constipation right on the other hand a child who normally has a ball movement maybe every two days may not be constipated as long as that ball movement is soft not difficult or painful to pass So it's it's still an easy process process for it to come out. Yeah making that distinction. Yeah exactly so constipation. Tends to be common at three different times in a child's life so the first time is typically after starting solid foods So if you think about that. They're getting more roughage at that point So that might look something like rice. Cereal applesauce are typical foods at people. Start with with those solid foods right another time is during toilet training. And then lastly Ashley usually after starting school right so Leo. Let's talk more about Good concert good digestion and address. More of that childhood constipation constipation after break. Yup that sounds good. So you're listening to dishing up nutrition and this morning our topic was going to be about constipation and diarrhea like I. I mentioned before we've talked about diarrhea loose bowel movements in great length on all their prior shows Sosa Day. We're doing extensive focus on constipation Russian and mainly concentrated concentrating on constipation in childhood so surprisingly constipation in today's world is a serious problem problems for many children. We ask the questions. Why is this happening to children in this day and age perhaps more so than it used to be and our Dietitian titian brains always go to? Could it be the processed foods that our kids are

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"elson" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

03:53 min | 1 year ago

"elson" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"That was in the middle of our street last night at our house all the power went out hour and a half for no reason but if P. Elson out text there's no power your house or what it is that bad go knoll you know what thank you let me know a news more one because of the smaller over there it appears you like the greatest what the songs sound better than ever should I play them now.

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Rita Wilson's Golden Globes Hair and Makeup Artist Was 88 Minutes Late!

Celeb News Ride Home

01:30 min | 1 year ago

Rita Wilson's Golden Globes Hair and Makeup Artist Was 88 Minutes Late!

"Read a Wilson's hair and makeup person was over an hour and twenty minutes late. Okay so let's back up a little bit. I want to kind of set a tone here. I'm going to set it. Set you into a time and a place. Okay it's the morning of the Golden Globes and Rita Wilson Elson rolls out of bed. She so excited okay. She's glowing. She's a newly minted. Greek citizen and her husband. Tom Hanks is about to be honored with the Cecil. B Komo award at the Golden Globes. But wait something's not right. What time is it? And why isn't her hair and makeup person here. He's he's nowhere to be found. That's when Rita Wilson whips out her phone and starts firing off some nut too happy tweets. Okay the first one was posted and it said quote my hair and makeup person is one hour and twenty minutes late then exactly eight minutes later. She tweeted hair and makeup. Still not here. who trying to be then? She then added a third tweet saying book to this person in September hair and makeup. Still not here then. Apparently the makeup artist finally did show up so she posted a Selfie of her hair. In kind of like a beach you wave. She wrote an instagram caption. Saying quote. What you look Blake when your hair and makeup person for the at Golden Globes is one and a half hours late even though you booked him in September will leave one hour to do hair and makeup jakup and quote? Wow Rita's day was totally

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The Impossible Burger Is Coming to a Shop Near You

Hungry Girl: Chew The Right Thing!

02:36 min | 1 year ago

The Impossible Burger Is Coming to a Shop Near You

"We have some plant-based news to start what we do. We do it's happening. The impossible burger is making its way to a store near you. Yes that's true. It's going to be in the stores so here's the deal at debuted in southern California last weekend at Elson around. It's like our took a higher end store. I guess but then it's GonNa be in all other stores after that and then it's going to debut on the East Coast Post in just a few days and then as the year goes on it will gradually be released throughout the rest of the country and they're sold in twelve ounce packages for eight ninety nine and we have a package right here at least is holding. I'm squeezing it so this is impossible burger made from plants and by the way everything here today is we're calling plant based but it's it's all things that are will fit in with a Vegan Diet we're not saying every single thing we're trying as only made out of plants so hopefully you guys will forgive her for that but no animal mall no animal byproducts exactly no animals were harmed if I didn't no you're holding a package of the impossible murder packed the meat ground beef it. Does it look easy as my mom would say chop meet. Jamie was like what are you. What's chummy? It's such a New York thing but it does it really looks like ground beef the thing about impossible the impossible burger her and you know a lot of these substitutes. They're high in fat. Your high in calories like sometimes higher in saturated fat than regular beef especially extra extra lean ground beef. It's so strange it is. I don't know what what if my eyes weren't so bad. I'd be able to tell you the tagline off flavor. No Cow so one third of this twelve ounce package is two hundred forty calories fourteen grams of fat and eight of that saturated so it's not even like that's a terrible. We'll stop at like what's in it if it's plan paced like where's all the fat coming from like you. Can you tell okay so the ingredients yep. The ingredients are soy protein concentrate coconut oil sunflower oil natural flavors potato protein. It looks to me like it's the oils so a lot of oils. That's what's GonNa make it taste rich like. Is this the one that bleeds or is it the other one. There's there's what's the other on call them on C. on exactly beyond meat. I like all of them like they all taste good to me but I've been eating like fake soy meat for a million years I thought was the originator Morningstar farms. I love all that stuff. Through this stuff. I guess is more popular because they're like okay. Infuse it with fat make it tastes rich and and people will embrace it which they have and like now the thing that's all the rage is the impossible walker which we are going to be taste testing. You excited. I'm very excited excited. I told you I had my first dodger dog the other day so this is like a big

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A Serial Killer in Paradise

True Crime Brewery

09:11 min | 1 year ago

A Serial Killer in Paradise

"True crime brewery contains disturbing disturbing content related to real life crimes. Medical Information is opinion based on facts of a crime and should not be interpreted as medical advice or treatment listener discretion is advised welcome to cheer cranberry. I'm Jill and under the disappearance a fifty three year old Charlotte Hughes for her paradise like home home set off an investigation that led to the search for a serial killer in Panama in two thousand ten share had moved with her husband key to Boca del Toro Panama to live out her dream on their own private island but after she keeps separated share was gone in eccentric neighbor taken over her property it turned out that share was not the only missing person in the area. Someone was killing Americans in Panama and taking possession question of their property when all is said and done six Americans had been killed when the killers home was searched police found stolen checkbooks it cards jewelry purses got amunition and gold dental fillings crowns in a glass jar. William Hulbert were North Carolina native known to his victims as wild bill cortes had become well known among Boca Ex Patriots accurate American family of three read disappeared from the area bill and his wife had moved into their home and converted a boathouse into a private bar which they call the Jolly Roger Social Club the bar was decorated with the skull and crossbones flag in it was opened for partying on the weekends but disappearances piled up neighbors decided there was something something wrong. The police came in and discovered bodies buried in shallow graves but by then while bill and his wife were already on the run they fled through Costa Rica and we're finally captured on the Nicaraguan border join us at the quiet end for this stunning tale of theft murder in real estate ate fried after being extradited to Panama while bill confessed to his crimes but showed little remorse for all of the painting caused he would explain in what he did in how he did it but the question of why will forever haunt the left one of his victims so this is my first Panamanian Indian dear our first enemy case I believe absolutely so this is Bell Boa. It's brewed by service Syria Nacional in in Panama kind of the National Bureau of Panama and I'll preface by sands a pretty crappy year okay but the the good news it doesn't have much aroma or taste kind of sweet corn malt that type of stuff may do little herbal but the important thing it served cold and it's nice and Crisp and refreshing. If you've ever been the Panama it's pretty damn hot and humid down there so these these little buddy sled down pretty nicely I nine guess that's about the best I can say for it. Well thanks for the effort recalled science all right thank you. Let's open it up okay. We'll share these the quiet the head end. I hope everybody's not to spoil my some of the other good beers we've had because this isn't what you call good beer but it is sunny and warm. Maybe not as humid as Panama you're so they'll probably be enjoyed in well. It seems like if a beer is not great to get a cold enough. It can still be refreshing and be salvaged for that purpose if nothing else that's what we're looking for. What are you start our story today Dickie Okay so William Jason Hobart was an only child he grew up going going by his middle name Davidson but later in life Hugo by bill his father worked for Farm Machinery Company and he grew up in a nice two story home an highschool bill involved in sports and got very serious about football and bulked up possibly with steroids who knows he married his girlfriend in nineteen ninety eight? Her name was Ryan Dunlap his only eighteen years old they had their first child within a year and into more over the next four years so bill worked as a landscaper year round and Ryan stayed home with children. There were so young and many people were impressed by the amount of responsibility that the couple seemed of taking nine after bills parents divorced the couple move their family into the home or bill grownup taking over the home from his mother but there was talk about building a steroid abuser and again. This is a kid who booked up quite a bit in high school always playing football so that's where the rumors started and they continue and bill seemed abnormally bulky and had a temper those steroid rages we talk about the first sign that may bill wasn't quite right psychologically was when the family dog disappeared bill told Ryan that he wanted to put the dog down even even though his perfectly healthy and good with the kids he never contacted the vet and Ryan believe that shot the dog and dumped his body and this became a belief that was shared throughout the neighborhood. Another local landscaper would say that bill wanted to make a fortune but he didn't want to work for it. That's been my dream. Let's not that uncommon right you wanNA start a business. You do have to be willing to work your ass off what yeah back so inevitably bills landscaping business failed Oh he buttons Elson suits and ties after that and he said that he had political aspirations I don't know where that came from and wanted to hang out with a higher society church even considered running for mayor right but France were beginning to notice that bill was very verbally abusive to Ryan and then another dog disappeared food bill opened a pool hall and build a local TV ad for it but he was really this over the top personality which he is pretty well for whereas business but still he wasn't putting in the hard work and it failed after only a few months in two thousand three Rian Kevin Hoover met bill when he joined the Gym Jim The bodyshop fitness center in Hendersonville Billy Kevin began hanging out together lifting weights working out and bill give them the impression that he was a businessman on his way up even though his ventures were continuing to fail when Kevin Hoover his third bodyshop Jim in two thousand four he he agreed to let bill help manage it so bill could learn about how to run a business. He would even get a salary until he was ready to purchase his own franchise. So these people took command basically yes pretty good con man Dick so he could convince people of things yeah. They were thinking they were going to groom him to eventually have zone franchise. Yes they were helping him out that way twenty year old Laura Michelle Reese was working for the hoover's and she was doing cleaning and light office work at the Gyms uh-huh and Mel decided that he keeper working with him the Third Jim but then things got really weird. Marie Hoover visited the gym and saw that there was no equipment you purchased yet and bill at least an apartment near the gym rather than commute to his family home which was just about forty five minutes away not a horrible commute but then he moved in with Laura Michelle Reese into the apartment then he began sending handwritten notes to Marie telling her to be proud of her white race she threw them away but it did raise some concerns and she talked to her husband Kevin about it bill was also somewhat obsessed with the Sopranos TV show and he would tell Marie that he wanted to become someone like Tony Soprano so kind of a Mafia guy yeah. That's that's a very good aspiration to have. Don't you think so red flag huge yeah yeah so Kevin. Marie managed to explain away bills odd behavior until they were from the bank that some unusual expenses were being charged for the body shop. The bill was Managing Bill had written business checks for new TV a mattress and other not business related items in the amount spent was large. It was be tweeting twenty and twenty five thousand dollars so Kevin did confront bill about this and Bill's wife Ryan found out that bill was is living with Laura Michelle reese around the same time so the couple separated in May of two thousand four and bill. Laura moved away after he was gone. The hoovers learned that bill had not only written unauthorized checks he'd actually contacted a real estate broker about selling Jim that he'd been managing which belonged to Kevin Hoover Hoover so that's the ball there to do that where I guess but he's learning right in a bad way here yeah

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Nonprofit helps research labs go green

Climate Connections

01:30 min | 1 year ago

Nonprofit helps research labs go green

"I'm doctor Anthony License and this is climate connections. When Elson Paradise started working at a research lab in highschool high school she was dismayed to find that there was nowhere to recycle disposable lamb equipment in college and Grad School. She found the same thing. I finally just said you know something has to be done about. This and I'm going to just do it so paradise started a nonprofit called mind green lab it works with labs at universities and biotech companies to help them reduce not only waste but their water and energy use which is typically very high labs often consume more than three times as much energy per square foot as office buildings. She says some labs can save energy by replacing old equipment for example older models of ultra-cold lab freezers often often use as much electricity as an entire house but now there are more energy efficient models available paradise says people also must change their habits equipment is left on twenty four seven even though it doesn't have to be. I never questioned it when I worked in the lab most people we talked to you never think about that and that's just a habit. We have to break break. She says her goal is to help. Labs grow a culture of sustainability so that cutting edge science does not come at the expense of the planet climate connections is produced by the Yale Center for Environmental Communication. Learn more at Yale Connections Dot Org.

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"elson" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

12:48 min | 1 year ago

"elson" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"To coast to coast for back with Peter Elson his book when souls awakened good job on the book by the way Peter thank you very good you can just tell that you have been so thoughtful in what you've been writing over the years what would you say was the most surprising moment for you in this field of regression ever well in your career the most surprising I I would say the most delightful is to meet all these beautiful people you know when you do this work I've done regular therapy for many years and and that was all right but when you do you know regression therapy like between life is all people that are having a spiritual bent of mind and was most surprising a most revealing and most beautiful and I think if I speak for the clients is that they discover how beautiful and divine they really are you know we forget you know when we living our day to day life having to pay the rent or the mortgage and pay taxes you know we get so confined to this life to this to this earth then we forget who we are what our long journey has been and and where we are destined to go on who we are destined to become and so it's a revelation when it when people walk in and then then they discover that again about themselves it's a great joy for me personally and of course for the client to you know go through that so there's been nothing but a beautiful revelation and you can say it's surprising is surprising as well as revealing as well as just the incredible really close Peter do you think religions have it to getting it right well I think it's essential all spiritual traditions you know points to this I mean even in the Bible it is said the kingdom of god is with then but then you know the organized as back interesse power groups money the you know gets involved and you know we we lose the mysticism of it but deep down inside the core of all judicious they all point to the same reality but yeah I I would say real spirituality is more an individual affair something that in the quietness of your living room or in the forest somewhere walking along the river is where you experience your own reality but I think the religions they help sustain you know a certain basic culture and that's good that's important obviously but then you know if you want to go deeper you have to go to a personal experience than that I find it's where the regression really comes in it's like you know anybody's else's words against your own experience I mean at the end of the day nothing is more true than what you can experience yourself let's go to the phones let's go to Bob or not in the coal WHYY in Hawaii hello there Bob or not hello there here in Georgia thank you for the wonderful show I've been a long time listener first time on wild Kerr line thank you for writing good I'm glad you got through thank you I resonate with a lot of the beautiful things you're saying I myself to really work and it's interesting because I call it a week interior light last word of your books for the weekend and I am often found that people come back to replay the situation the kind of get it better this time and have a better understanding and they become more involved more in a state of love and conscious nothing was found so I just wanted to give that remarking on a kind of a weird spooky now here I am quiet made things happen on the land thousands of years ago and sometimes I walk around and I just see a flask of past lives of the Polynesians and different tribes here and I just on the land and I do clearing of it with prayers and with brass and light so good for you I'm glad you do what you do thank you appreciated many people out there Peter who practice what you practice yes I am yeah I think it's the reality of who we are you know some people ask me like you know I'm not sure if I can do this I mean but why wouldn't you because your true nature is is is a soul this is who you are more than you are a body into mine so I I think it's fine to deep resonance with many of us once we are listen able to listen to ourselves and not get too much indoctrinated by all the things of the world you know somebody like Hitler he dies what becomes of his soul because what in the world would he come back as yes a good question you know by the large grace I have not had these monsters in my in my practice so I can't really tell you but we cannot advertise on it you know like I would say there's two things that we have to think about right that could he be an instrument of of some greater force to help a lot of people work out their karma this could be one thing you know and then on the other hand there is his individual in a role he plays you know it's hard to imagine what somebody like that would come back to a man he would have to go back to some elementary life form because all my god maybe a total or fish like a worm or something you know I mean he surely wouldn't come back worse than what she wants I don't think it can be any worse can it no I don't think so either though good question I I couldn't really I'm so you we can only have a high hypothesis about it you know what do you have a Lucien of regression you technically get better in each life don't you spiritually yes that's a general idea and and even if you you go through bad patches you know right we look at even at our live I mean we've had face in our lives there were not pretty right where we went through everybody set ups and downs yeah and so are we going to be punished for that or or is it something that we learn from and and and become more aware more compassionate because we go to it and I think the karmic forces are really and the life between life forces in a big big DD got higher being said guide they're here to help us see these things not to punish us and because we are going to challenging situations and and learning from that and the whole point here is to learn and to improve and I think we do even if you go sometimes TV seem to be going backwards you know in the live grand scheme of things they could just be things that help us become more yeah a no caring and loving and going through a difficult time and then on the other and you come out you know understanding the pain and suffering of others you know so you have to look at it from a greater perspective that these in isolated lives three incidents are not you know taking this down this is fairly let's go to Steven in Klamath falls Oregon welcome to the program hi Steven good morning hello George hi there right two quick questions one I was curious about your special spirit guide to how we are how would how would someone contact them more speed us through the contact them or get in touch with them on your own what are some things you can do to learn these kinds of things about yourself is there anything you can do to learn new things about yourself now actually going to a look of past life regression yes absolutely I mean you know the number one the message that we always get from these regression is in this spirit guides in the light between life is is one thing and one thing only its meditate meditate meditate so you know the whole idea here is like if you want to contact a spirit guide where is the spirit guide I mean is he or is she are a here or is it somewhere else and and Yasser is really there at a different frequency that you know like a different radio station like at this very moment you know coast to coast maybe broadcasting different shows it's a different time or is somewhere in LA there's a radio station that broadcasts different shows at the same time and you can choose one into whichever one you want to listen to not even if you take one channel is the other one not existent is go existing is broadcasting also but you choose not to listen to it so in the same way the spirit guide there at a different frequency dear here present so what do we need to do we need to change the frequency of our mind and so how do you do that now there are techniques that we can use one very powerful technique in that's the previous lady that just called in is that breathing exercises so by breathing exercises you can really and quickly and efficiently although your brain waves and then you can use sounds like you know you have this you know sounds that I use them in my practice you if you put the headphones on and they they kind of synchronizing two hemispheres and all of these techniques breathing miss sounds and and the meditation of follows helps you to change the frequency of your mind so that you can become aware of what exists at that frequency in this case could be spirit guides or could be greater beans a teacher says so they're all here that's the basic concept and not not here they're always here Stephen you have a second question go ahead of my second question was in the Bible talks about when cries came back he was unrecognizable because he was in a different body and some people believe that he was reincarnated and that's why he was unrecognizable my question is wanted is Christ this has been the same kind of being at us I mean you know people say all kinds of you know all kinds of stuff but he was in a world he was a person that never happened but there's lots of but I mean I was curious if one this year because it or if you use them as a that's an interesting question because in my in my book I had a client is one of the last chapters in my book I had this beautiful clients who when she when didn't dislike between life state she started to embody the Christ energy for a moment and she was confused as well how can this be ME hunkered that cannot be I'm just an ordinary person and then he came to the understanding that the crisis is the consciousness it's yes it can take the forms like you have an ocean and then a part of the ocean freezes it becomes an Ice Cube board can become gas like divine cautious can take these different forms it can take the form of Jesus is a convicted form of good or whatever grade being and the ocean you know materializes and so but it can also start working through us you know and its client in this case is started channeling some of that price in it yeah why not if it is god why would it be limited to one body I mean if if god is omniscient if god is ever present why would exist used in one manifestation in one body it doesn't make sense you see so yes they can come as one of a tar one great being but it can also work through thousands of others in and maybe you mean you chew on your mind into that high frequency so that energy can work through you and you can become a healer or you can become care giver you know we don't commit crimes but to the degree that we open up to that frequency we can receive the divine energy I think we need to look at Christ and and all the great teachers not to necessarily as just mere bodies but as the intelligent consciousness that's gonna work through bodies tell me about the yoga and how that ties into this well if you look at one definition of yoga incense greet them that I want to get all technical year but incensed Reid the definition of yoga is your guide to deputy de Niro that means yoga is the sensation of the waves of the mind so when the wages of the mind sees I mean you know that so what is your that mean it.

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"elson" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

12:13 min | 1 year ago

"elson" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"To coast for back with Peter Elson his book when souls awakened good job on the book by the way Peter thank you very good you could just tell that you have been so thoughtful in what you've been writing over the years what would you say was the most surprising moment for you in this field of regression ever well in your career the most surprising I I would say the most delightful is to meet all these beautiful people you know when you do this work I've done regular therapy for many years and and that was all right but when you do you know regression therapy like between life is all people that are having a spiritual bent of mind and was most surprising a most revealing and most beautiful and I think if I speak for the clients is that they discover how beautiful and divine they really are you know we forget you know when we living day to day life having to pay the rent or the mortgage and pay taxes you know we get so confined to this life to this to this earth and we forget who we are what our long journey has been and and where we are destined to go and who we are destined to become and so it's a revelation when it when people walk in and and then they discover that again about themselves the great joy for me personally and of course for the client to you know go through that so it'd be nothing but a beautiful revelation and you could say it's surprising is surprising as well as revealing as well as just the incredible really close Peter do you think religions have it to getting it right well I think it's essential all spiritual traditions you know points to do this I mean even in the Bible it is said the kingdom of god is with then but then you know the organized as back in stress our group's money the you know gets involved and you know we we lose the mysticism of it but deep down inside the core of all to the dition still point to the same reality but yeah I I would say real spirituality is more an individual affair something that in the quietness of your living room or in the forest somewhere walking along the river is where you experience your own reality but I think the religions they help sustain you know a certain basic culture and that's good that's important obviously but then yeah if you want to go deeper you have to go to a personal experience and that I find that's where the regression really comes in it's like you know anybody's else's words against your own experience I mean at the end of the day nothing is more true than what you can experience yourself let's go to the phones let's go to Bob or not in the coal WHYY in Hawaii hello there Bob or not hello there here in Georgia thank you for the wonderful show I've been a long time listener first time on wild Kerr line thank you citing good I'm glad you got through thank you I resonate with a lot of the beautiful things you're saying I myself to really work in an interesting because I call it a week into your life last word of your books for the weekend and I have often found that people come back to replay this situation the kind of get it better this time and have a better understanding and they become more involved more in a state of love and Constance nothing was found so I just wanted to give that remarking on a kind of a weird look you know here I am quiet made things happen on these lands thousands of years ago and sometimes I walk around and I just yeah last of past lives of the Polynesian village different tribe here and I just sit on the land and I do clearing of it with prayers and with brass and light so good for you I'm glad you do what you do thank you appreciated many people out there Peter who practice what you practice yeah I'm a yeah I think it's the reality of who we are you know some people ask me like you know I'm not sure if I can do this I mean but why wouldn't you because your true nature is is is is sold this is who you are more than you are a body into mine so I I think it's fine to deep resonance with many of us once we are listen able to listen to ourselves and not get too much indoctrinated by all the things of the world you know somebody like Hitler he dies what becomes of his soul because what in the world would he come back as yes a good question you know by the lord's grace I have not had these monsters in my in my practice so I can't really tell you but we cannot advertise on it you know like I would say there's two things that we have to think about right that could he be an instrument of of some greater force to help a lot of people work out their karma this could be one thing you know and then on the other hand there is his individual in a role he plays you know it's hard to imagine what somebody like that would come back to a man he would have to go back to some elementary life for me because all my god maybe a total or fish you know like a worm or something you know I mean he surely wouldn't come back worse than what she wants I don't think it can be any worse can it no I don't think so either so good question I I couldn't really I'm so you we can only have a high hi Bob this is about it's you know the evolution of regression you technically get better in each life don't you spiritually yes that's a general idea any any even if you you go through bad excuse you know right we look at even at our live I mean we've had to face in our lives there were not pretty right where we went through everybody set ups and downs yeah and so are we going to be punished for that or is it something to be learned from and and and become more aware more compassionate because we go through it and I think the karmic forces are really and the light between life forces in a big big DD got higher beings that guide they're here to help us see these things not to punish us because we are going through challenging situations and and learning from that and the whole point here is to learn and to improve and I think we do even if you go sometimes he be seem to be going backwards you know in the live grand scheme of things they could just be things that help us become more at a no caring and loving and then going through a difficult time and then on the other and you come out you know understanding the pain and suffering of others you know so you have to look at it from a greater perspective that these ins isolated lives three incidents are not you know taking this down necessarily let's go to Steven in Klamath falls Oregon welcome to the program hi Steven good morning hello George I hope you don't either right two quick questions one I was curious about your spirit night good how are how would how would someone contact name more speed us through the contact them or get in touch with them on your own what are some things you can do to learn these kinds of things about yourself is there anything you can do to learn new things about yourself now actually going to like a past life regression yes absolutely I mean you know the number one the message that we always get from these regression is in this spirit guides in the light between life is is one thing and one thing only its meditate meditate meditate so you know the whole idea here is like if you want to contact the spirit guy wearing spirit guide I mean is he or is she are a here or is it somewhere else and and Yasser is really there at a different frequency that you know like a different radio station like at this very moment you know coast to coast maybe broadcasting different shows a different time or is somewhere in LA there's a radio station that broadcasts different shows at the same time and you can choose one into whichever one you want to listen to not even if you take one channel is the other one not existent is co existing is broadcasting also but you choose not to listen to it so in the same way the spirit guide there at a different frequency there here present so what do we need to do we need to change the frequency of our mind and so how do you do that now there are techniques that we can use one very powerful technique and as the previous lady that just called in is that breathing exercises so by breathing exercises you can really and quickly and efficiently although your brain waves and then you can use sounds like you know you have this you know sounds that I use them in my practice you if you put the headphones on and they they kind of synchronizing two hemispheres and all of these techniques breathing miss sounds and then the meditation as follows helps you to change the frequency of your mind so that you can become aware of what exists at that frequency in this case could be spirit guides or could be greater beans a teacher so so they're all here that's the basic concept and not not here they're always here Stephen you have a second question go ahead of my second question was in the Bible talks about wind cries came back he was unrecognizable okay if you've been a different body and some people believe that he was reincarnated and that's why he was unrecognizable my question is wanted to is Christ this has been the same kind of being at us thanks I mean you have people say all kinds of you know all kinds of stuff like he was in real he was the person that never happened but there's lots of but I mean I was curious if one if she is god or if you use them as a that's an interesting question because in my in my book I had a client is one of the last chapters in my book I had this beautiful clients who when she went in just life between life state she started to embody the Christ energy for a moment and she was confused as well how can this be I mean how good it cannot be I'm just an ordinary person and then he came to the understanding that the crisis is the consciousness is yes it can take the forms like you have an ocean and then a part of the ocean freezes it becomes an Ice Cube board can become gas like divine conscious can take the different forms it can take the form of Jesus is a good day to form of good or whatever great being and that ocean you know materializes in so but it can also start working through us you know and that client in this case is started channeling some of that price in India why not if it is god why would it be limited to one body I mean if if god is omniscient if god is ever present why would exist used in one manifestation in one body it doesn't make sense you see so yes they can come as one of a tar one great being but it can also work through thousands of others in and maybe you when you tune your mind into that high frequency so that energy can work through you and you can become a healer or you can become care giver you know we don't commit crimes but to the degree that we open up to that frequency we can receive that divine energy I think we need to look at Christ.

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"elson" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

11:37 min | 1 year ago

"elson" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"To coast for back with Peter Elson his book when souls awakened good job on the book by the way Peter thank you very good you can just tell that you have been so thoughtful in what you've been writing over the years what would you say was the most surprising moment for you in this field of regression ever well in your career the most surprising I I would say the most delightful is to meet all these beautiful people you know when you do this work I've done regular therapy for many years and and that was all right but when you do you know regression therapy like between live you know people that are having it is spiritual bent of mind and was most surprising a most revealing and most beautiful and I think it's I speak for the clients is that they discover how beautiful and divine they really are you know we forget you know when we living our day to day life having to pay the rent or the mortgage and pay taxes you know we get so confined to this life to this to this earth then we forget who we are what our long journey has been and and where we are destined to go on who we are destined to become and so it's a revelation when it when people walk in and and and they discover that again about themselves it's a great joy for me personally and of course for the client to you know go through that so there's been nothing but a beautiful revelation and you can say it's surprising is surprising as well as revealing as well as just the incredible really how close do you think religions have it to getting it right well I think it's essential all spiritual traditions you know points to this I mean even in the Bible it is said the kingdom of god is with then but then you know the organized as back in traffic our group's money the you know gets involved and you know we we lose the mysticism of it but deep down inside the quarrels to the ditions they all point to the same reality yeah I I would say real spirituality is more an individual affair something that in the quietness of your living room or in the forest somewhere walking along the river is where you experience your own reality but I think the religions they help to staying you know certain basic culture and that's good that's important obviously but then if you want to go deeper you have to go to a personal experience and that's I find that's where the regression really comes in it's like you know who anybody's else's words against your own experience I mean at the end of the day nothing is more true than what you can experience yourself let's go to the phones let's go to Bob I'm not in the coal WHYY in Hawaii hello there Bob or not hello there here in Georgia thank you for the wonderful show I've been a long time listener first time on wild Kerr line thank you for writing good I'm glad you got through thank you I resonate with a lot of the beautiful things you're saying I myself feeling working and interesting because I call it a week your light last word of your book for the weekend and I have often found that people come back to play the situation the kind of get better this time and have a better understanding and they become more involved more than eleven constant messing with them so I just wanted to give that remarking on a kind of a weird look you know here I am quiet made things happen on the land thousands of years ago and sometimes I walk around and I just yeah last of half life of the Balinese in the different tribes here and I just on the land and I do clearing of it with them with Brad and light well good for you I'm glad you do what you do thank you appreciated many people out there Peter who practice what you practice yes I am yeah I think it's the reality of who we are you know some people ask me like you know I'm not sure if I can do this I mean but why wouldn't you because your true nature is is is is sold this is who you are more than you are a body into mine so I I think it's fine to deep resonance with many of us once we are listen able to listen to ourselves and not get too much indoctrinated by all the things of the world you know somebody like Hitler he dies what becomes of his soul because what in the world would he come back as yes a good question you know by a large grace I have not had these monsters in my in my practice so I can't really tell you but we cannot advertise on it you know like I would say there's two things that we have to think about right that M. could he be an instrument of of some greater force to help a lot of people work out their karma this could be one thing you know and then on the other hand there is his individual in a role he plays you know it's hard to imagine what somebody like that would come back to a man you would have to go back to some elementary life form because all my god maybe a total or fish you know like a worm or something you know I mean he surely wouldn't come back worse than what he wants I don't think it can be any worse can it now I don't think so either though good question I I couldn't really on so you we can only have a high hi Bob this is about it's you know let's see evolution of regression you technically get better in each life don't you spiritually yes that's a general idea and it even if you you go through bad patches you know right we look at even at our live I mean we've had to face in our lives there were not pretty right where we went through everybody set ups and downs yeah and so are we going to be punished for that or is it something to be learned from and and and become more aware more compassionate because we go through it and I think the karmic forces are really and the light between life forces in a big big DD got higher beings that guide they're here to help us see these things not to punish us because we are going to challenging situations and and learning from that and the whole point here is to learn and to improve and I think we do even if you go sometimes he be seem to be going backwards you know in the live grand scheme of things they could just be things that help us become more yeah a no caring and loving and going through a difficult time and then on the other and you come out you know understanding the pain and suffering of others you know so you have to look at it from a greater perspective that these ins isolated lives three incidents are not you know taking this down this is fairly let's go to Steven and Klamath falls Oregon welcome to the program hi Steven good morning hello George hi there right two quick questions one I was curious about your like a spirit guide good how are how would how would someone contact them or not contact your marketing because with them on your own what are some things you can do alarm these kinds of things about yourself is there anything you can do to learn new things about yourself now actually going to like a past life regression yes absolutely I mean you know the number one the message that we always get from these regression is in this spirit guides in the light between life is is one thing and one thing only its meditate meditate meditate so you know the whole a beer is like if you want to contact the spirit guide where is the spirit guide I mean is he or is she are a here or is it somewhere else and and Yasser is really there at a different frequency that you know like a different radio station like at this very moment you know coast to coast maybe broadcasting different shows it's a different time or is somewhere in LA there's a radio station that broadcasts different shows at the same time and you can choose one into whichever one you want to listen to night even if you take one channel is the other one not existent is because this thing is broadcasting also what you choose not to listen to it so the same way the spirit guide there at a different frequency they're here president so what do we need to do we need to change the frequency of our mind and so how do you do that now there are techniques that we can use one very powerful technique in that's the previous lady that just called in is that breathing exercises so by breathing exercises you can really and quickly and efficiently although your brain waves and then you can use sounds like you know you have this you know sounds that I use them in my practice you you put the headphones on and they they kind of synchronizing two hemispheres and all of these techniques breathing miss sounds and then the meditation as follows helps you to change the frequency of your mind so that you can become aware of what exists at that frequency in this case could be spirit guides or could be greater beans are teachers that so they're all here that's the basic concept and not not here they're always here Stephen you have a second question go ahead Austin was in the Bible talks about when clients came back if you own recognizable because he was in a different body some people believe that he was reincarnated and that's why he was unrecognizable my question is wanted is Christ then send kind of being at us thanks I mean you have people say all Khan he was in the world he was the person that never happened but there's lots of but I mean I was curious if one this year god or if you use them as a but the interesting question because in my in my book I had a client is one of the last chapters in my book I had this beautiful clients who when she when didn't dislike between life state she started to embody the Christ energy for a moment and she was confused as to how can this be ME how good it cannot be I'm just an ordinary person and then he came to the understanding that the crisis is the consciousness is yes it can take a forms like you have an ocean and then a part of the ocean freezes it becomes an Ice Cube board can become gas like divine conscious can take the different forms it can take the form of Jesus who can take the form of good or whatever great being and that ocean you know materializes and so but it can also start working through us you know and the client in this case is started channeling some of that fight in it yeah why not if it is god why would be limited to one body I mean if if god.

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Suspect in deputy's shooting may be linked to more crimes, police say

Mike Slater

00:43 sec | 2 years ago

Suspect in deputy's shooting may be linked to more crimes, police say

"A man accused of shooting and killing an LA deputy is expected in court today deputy Joseph Solano died last night. We've now learned that the suspect may be connected to a series of robberies at seven eleven stores across San Diego, Newsday tabby, Alford has more on the store, hundreds of deputies lines LA county USC medical center to salute fifty year old deputy Joseph Salona. He was shot and killed at random awaiting for food at Jack in the box and brought. Really good. L A. Police say this suspect it shooters, thirty year old retina Elson of Utah. The same suspect who Senegal police Shariff and Carlsbad PD are investigating in connection to a series of armed robberies at convenience stores around the county

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Suspect in random shooting of LAPD deputy may be linked to more crimes

Gary and Shannon

00:34 sec | 2 years ago

Suspect in random shooting of LAPD deputy may be linked to more crimes

"Investigators say the man arrested for shooting in LA county sheriff's deputy in Alhambra may have murdered someone else LAPD chief, Michael Moore says retina, Elson may have murdered someone in central L A before driving about twelve miles to El Hamra, we've led to that believe on the basis of the suspects Mishra Nelson's physical appearance, including some of his clothing, as walls vehicle description demand from Utah was arrested yesterday after he called his father to admit shooting to people. The father reported that to police. Investigators say both shootings were random Andrew mollenbeck,

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Facebook, Google Faces Heat in New U.K. Policy

WSJ Tech News Briefing

05:10 min | 2 years ago

Facebook, Google Faces Heat in New U.K. Policy

"And Facebook, Google and your regular big tech suspects are in the crosshairs of new UK policy to control tech giant's how big a deal is this and how will your social media and search sensibilities be impacted finding out after these tech headlines. Amazon wants you to use Alexa to track healthcare, if you wouldn't mind the artificial intelligence assistant of the masses is ready to track consumers prescriptions and relay personal health information as the company bids to insert smart speakers into Everyday Health care at least five companies including insurer. Cigna have developed new Alexa features for consumers using the federal protocol. The futures let Alexa perform tasks such as scheduling, urgent care appointments tracking. When drugs are shipped checking health insurance, benefits or reading blood pressure results. Read more about the latest at wsJcom or the WFAN. Great hill partners agreed to acquire Gizmodo media group acquiring his Moto from Univision ends, these Spanish language broadcasters foray into English language. Digital media James span feller, the former chief executive of Forbes dot com will become the CEO of geo media Inc. A new company created from the assets. Gizmodo media group includes sites such as Gizmodo the onion, jazz, Abell, deadspin and life hacker. So the question you've been asking for months, maybe years what's been lacking? At Google cloud hint. It's a species you'll find in the mirror. It's humans humans, but the new head of Google's cloud business. Thomas Curien aims to end this Google shortcoming. He says to few people cater to enterprise customers. So he simplified contracts for different types of businesses that's opposed to a one size fits all pricing. And he's also moved to move more predictable pricing. And according to the journal, clawing bigger piece of the cloud is crucial for Google to diversify beyond online advertising coming up. London's proposal for a new social media regulator is one of the broadest yet in a larger movement by countries to assert control over tech giant's breaking it all down after this support for this podcast and the following message. Come from Deloitte, a global leader in digital transformation helping clients apply. Technologies like cloud an AI. To their unique business challenges Deloitte, Kat com slash look again. The UK government plans to create a new regulatory body to force the removal of harmful content from the internet one of the most far-reaching legislative proposals from a host of countries. Trying to put a tighter leash on global tech companies. The Wall Street Journal's Kim Gittleson gets more on the story from parmi Olson in our London bureau said talk to me a little bit about your story. What is it that the UK government is proposing and how different is it from other regulations we've seen it's definitely quite bold compared to other regulations that have come out that are similar to this right now. This is just a policy proposal that the government has announced essentially, they are saying that big technology companies hosts social media sites, I Facebook, an alphabet Google should take what they call reasonable and proportionate action on all sorts of potentially harmful content that ends up on their sites. Whether that's. Violent content cyber bullying or disinformation. What we still don't know is actually how they're going to enforce that. How are they going to basically measure success? Like, how do they know? For example, how many videos extremists videos Facebook is taken down in one day. They're kind of relying on Facebook to tell them that information because the only people in the world that no that is Facebook. I mean, how does this compare to other regulations say put on place by these companies? I know it's a new era, and there aren't that many in place? But does this go one step further? We'll there definitely moves afoot from what we've heard in other parts of the world, Germany, France. There seems to be a lot happening in Europe in terms of trying to regulate big tech more. So than in the US, which is kind of ironic, you kind of look to disallow Convalle e is the place where the innovation happens. And then Europe is where they keep it all in check you could say from what we've seen. It does seem like this is. Is the kind of most rigorous and robust attempt actually putting in paper ideas and rules for regulating Toco technology companies in this way, again, it's not to do with data privacy, but just on the content like harmful content. How do you regulate that? And this seems to be the most substantial set of rules that we've seen so far, and why is the British government doing this right now? Surely there other things that British politicians might be paying attention to Brexit comes to mind, why this time in April are they paying attention to this issue. Well, there's been a consultation going for quite some time from what I've heard from speaking to people in the tech industry here for months and months is actually surprisingly enough people who work in the tech industry here. Really like what's happening? They're very impressed with the way the government has the civil service has gone about actually asking questions to the tech industry. I'm sure the same will not be said in Silicon Valley. I'm sure Facebook and Google Twitter. The folks are scratching their heads at this like how on earth are they going to pull this off? What has been the response from Silicon Valley? What is in the fonts from Facebook alphabets Google? It's just been very polite. I don't think anyone really from either of those companies want to go on the record and say, this is like really you expect politicians to regulate something as complicated, as you know, content moderation, which is not only done by humans, and we know tens of thousands of people around the world are helping moderate harmful content, but super complex metrics are used for that artificial intelligence machine learning tools. I mean, it's extremely complicated. I'm would not surprise me. If these companies behind the scenes are actually extremely skeptical of what the government is trying to do. And and don't think particularly highly of it in their comments to us though. They're extremely polite about it. So what happens next the UK is introduced this idea. Where does it go from here? Well, we've been told that they're working on turning it into legislation. So that's going to be quite a few number of weeks out. I'm sure probably months, and then they'll table that. And in the meantime, the minister at least one of the ministers from the what we call the department for culture, media and sport here who was behind this proposal. Jeremy Wright has said that he will be visiting the United States later this year he wants to showcase his proposals. And I suppose hope that the US will use it as a template and other countries as well. How realistic do you think that is will other countries pay attention to this? Well, I think it'd be easy to just dismiss it and say why would anyone pay attention to this? But there's a lot of momentum around regulating or answering the problem of harmful content on social media p people feel that something should be done about it. And when you ask whether tech companies are policing themselves properly. I think a lot of people would say the answer to. That is no more needs to be done. So I would not rule out the possibility that other governments will actually look to the UK and how successful or unsuccessful this country is pulling this off parmi Elson. Thank you so much for speaking. With me.

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"elson" Discussed on X96

X96

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"elson" Discussed on X96

"Silence. Elson? Yes. That was the offspring..

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"elson" Discussed on X96

X96

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"elson" Discussed on X96

"Elson? Let's face it. Twenty eighteen has been a hell of a year. What to celebrate the excellent music that came out this year. We're going to give you the top fifty songs of twenty eighteen countdown. All right. Spoiler alert song. You're hearing right now is not in the countdown. But that's because this is the original TOTO version of Africa. Weezer version..

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The Latest: Zimbabwe opposition now rejects election ruling

Global News Podcast

03:40 min | 2 years ago

The Latest: Zimbabwe opposition now rejects election ruling

"Then Bob way held its breath as the country's constitutional coup review petition by the opposition challenging last month's presidential election, victory of MSN Menin gangwar ahead of the ruling the streets in the capital Harare were almost empty delivering the verdict, chief Justice league Malabo said the allegations of election, tampering. By the opposition candidate Nelson Chamisa unsubstantiated the court finds that the 'applicant is failed to bliss before you eat clear direct sufficient and credible evidence today that he alleges, Mont election process, materially existent. You know, though, is there was no proof of the hub innings of these irregularities as a metal fact, but no Ola happy with the coots decision as fit and the opposition MDC Tendai BT said his paws, he would continue to work towards the mood Democratics in bubbly. We will remain in the trenches fighting for democratic change. You know, country through pitiful constitional means with all disturbed before we've taken the blues like today. But with with this incredible capacity, affording down, investing ourselves in looking at least in the in, we never blink is a middle principal correspondent in Harare, shin guy, Neal was in couth when the verdict was delivered. The judge did give more details on why they arrived at that decision about what he did say is that the the mole index drooling would be. Released at a later stage that he saints any. What he said is that the the the Nelson Chamisa would have to provide substantial evidence aflame to void this inaction. He also saved that Nelson Chamisa had not a used old legal remedies that were available to him that he could have ordered a recount and that he also could have unsealed a requested for the Bennett books as to be unsealed a, he had alleged a huge, a massive irregularities in terms of a ghost voting double counting of results. And the judge said that if only he had applied for the ballot boxes to be open to that might have been substantiated, but it wasn't. And so now an Elson chummy Chamisa we'll have to go back to the join boat to decide what his next move is a while. President Emmerson Mnangagwa is preparing for his inauguration. That by law is expected to happen within the next forty eight dollars. Now you say they have. Go by decide what the next move is. The opposition had said that they wouldn't accept any outcome from this that wasn't in that faith us a to this leave the movement for democratic change. Why can they won't come? They do well for many people to have very limited avenues, especially given the fact that this comb court ruling in the constitutional court ruling. They cannot appeal against its final of what they have say does that they intend to have a press conference tomorrow, win. Nelson Chamisa will map out the way forward. They have said that they still want to dispute this ruling, but that they will do that within the confines of the law. It's not clear whether they're going to reach out to Amazon mnangagwa's to try to come to some kind of an agreement to accommodate them within government or whether they're going to take a diplomatic route to go around the world and essentially voice. They concerns about this. This contested

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Trump calls on regulators to consider changing how often companies must report earnings

Stress-Free Living

00:51 sec | 2 years ago

Trump calls on regulators to consider changing how often companies must report earnings

"President Trump is asking federal business regulators to explore the idea of. Semi annual earnings reports the details of the reasoning behind that decision, from Washington correspondent Jackie quit. President Trump says he's been speaking. With corporate leaders you say that they'd rather prepare twice-yearly profit revenue and spending reports rather than the. Quarterly earning reports now required by the securities. And Exchange Commission it's a practice that began in the thirties to help rebuild investor confidence twice a year reporting would save time and money and experts say it would reduce the stress for hitting short term performance and. Stock price goals while, the SEC says it's already been, exploring the idea professor Charles Elson at the, university of Delaware as opposed saying quarterly reports can offer warning signals if a company is heading in, the wrong

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Governor Demands Bill Nelson Back Up Claims That Russia Hacked Florida Voting Systems

Florida Gardening

00:41 sec | 2 years ago

Governor Demands Bill Nelson Back Up Claims That Russia Hacked Florida Voting Systems

"NewsRadio nine seventy WFL a hit seven hundred to safe from. Hackers the Pinellas county elections office is just one in Florida that, says he has no indication that Russian hackers have, compromised its voter registration. System it's important of course to differentiate between the vote tabulation system in the voter registration, database and the voter registration database On a secure server that, we really hope had everything in place to make sure that no bad. Actors could act that that system test and chase the elections. Office there Florida Senator Bill Nelson raise. The issue this past week he claimed the Russians have penetrated the voter registration database. In

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Pompeo says Trump-Putin summit should proceed

Eric Metaxas

02:06 min | 3 years ago

Pompeo says Trump-Putin summit should proceed

"I'm rhonda wrong strapped in great britain this weekend protests against president trump are not sitting well with british international trade secretary liam fox i don't think that the protesters were embarrassed to the government i think they were an embarrassment to themselves out i think that when you have the president of the united states the leader of the free world being greeted with signs that say go home we hate you you know i think that reflects the genuine good manners and hospitals of the british people fox smoke with the bbc secretary of state mike pompeo says this week's justice department indictment of a dozen russian military intelligence officers should not be what stops the president from meeting with vice a meeting with russian president putin monday some democrats say president trump should cancel monday's meeting in finland with russian president putin because of russia's election interference but secretary of state mike pompeo says the two leaders should meet as planned despite new charges that twelve russians hacked into democratic email accounts during the twenty sixteen us presidential election peyot says he's confident the meeting will put america in a better place white house correspondent greg clugston us homeland security secretary cures to nielsen says there are no signs at least in merced and point that russia is targeting the midterm elections coming up in november for any cyber attacks with the scale and the scope that it used in two thousand sixteen elson was speaking today at a philadelphia conference of us secretaries of state who came from all across the country and to boaters or missing four people have been rescued after a collision between a recreational boat in an oyster bar on virginias james river near portsmouth this morning rescue boats a helicopter and a virginia marine police plane have been deployed to try to find the to recreational boaters still missing in the waters news and analysis at townhall dot com i'm rhonda rockstar have you racked up more than ten thousand dollars in credit card debt are you barely getting by making minimum payments you should know the credit card companies are tricking you into thinking.

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Mirian Wilson, Robert Earl Butz and Georgia discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

02:03 min | 3 years ago

Mirian Wilson, Robert Earl Butz and Georgia discussed on NPR News Now

"A number of african asylum seekers several were injured as they jumped out of windows to escape police officials in southwestern germany told reporters they caught the escape deportee and other residents who attacked officers during the failed deportation attempt on monday in berlin the german interior minister vowed retaliation for what he described as a slap in the face by african migrants to their german hosts but refugee advocates hearsay say the german government is also to blame because it has failed to integrate asylum seekers thousands languish in refugee centers around germany waiting for a decision on their status without opportunities to learn german or find work psoriasis or heading elson npr news berlin belabor department reports worker productivity increased slightly in the first quarter of the year up seven tenths of one percent at an annual rate the figure measures hourly outpour nonfarm worker checking stocks at last check the dow was down sixty three points you're listening to npr news from washington federal authorities are joining an investigation into an explosion in north haven connecticut last night nine police officers were injured officials say a swat team was trying to negotiate with the man who they thought had taken his wife hostage when a barn behind the house blew up authorities now say the wife was not there at the time a body has been found inside a building a stay of execution has been granted to a man and georges laid it to be executed today georgia public broadcasting's grant blankenship says the stay hints at what could be in the stork decision in the state robert earl butz junior was convicted of the nineteen ninetysix murder of donovan parks in baldwin county georgia the state gives the georgia board of pardons and parole ninety days to mull over buttons clemency application in it his attorneys present evidence that codefendant mirian wilson coerced inmates in the county jail to lie until investigators that butts had confessed to the murder the board could commute but to sentence to life either with or with.

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"elson" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"elson" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"The council including the tenant governor sheila oliver we've got clear skies tonight but how long will that last the complete new jersey one of one point five forecast is coming up new jersey fast traffic in one minute jersey what want do you think you know frozen disney first attempted to develop hans christian andersen's classic fairy tale the snow queen in the 1930s in early draft elson ana weren't even sisters monta was a peasant who asked the ice queen to freeze her broken heart elsa is the first disney princess to be crowned queen and a film originally also was to be more of an evil queen she was blue and how to cope made of weasels that's right we useless once the filmmakers had heard the song let it go they realized that their character was not evil but misunderstood and they rewrote her character let it go has been reported in over forty different languages this film took six hundred people two and a half years to complete that's over three million hours meters had to make a new process for creating realistic snow i four frozen is the highest grossing animated feature of all time earning one point two billion dollars worldwide the characters of hans christoph ana and spend our named after hans christian andersen ponds kristoff and us then hans love and and here's a bonus one there's a disclaimer at the end of the film that reads the views opinions expressed by christoph in the film that all mini their brokers are solely his and do not necessarily reflect the views and opinions the walt disney company north filmmakers that's it for this episode of you think you know movies and make sure to subscribe legs on facebook and follow us on twitter and get the latest movie and tv news on screencrush dot com can you jersey wanna 15 news time seven are four managers boban point five fast traffic tour to south and morris planes approaching.

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"elson" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"elson" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"Elson is a suggesting that were in that were importing poor nece somehow by accepting people into the country which i don't know why i don't know about that argument well a lotta people and come right into the welfare rolls not doubt about that and you don't have a sponsor anymore more when you coming here largely so although a similar lotteries as a did half sponsors lower than of the i'm going to was loser judgment until i get the facts on the soka ample i have the numbers on where immigrants come from last year we had 23 thousand emigrants from el salvador on strong great people we had four hundred and four from norway so we overwhelmingly give advantage to very poor countries and it's an honest question not racial one what effect is i have on poverty rate in this country i can tell you that fold this is a free market network and i would imagine that you follow the the basic loss of economic and everybody sucks everybody's everybody's terrible i don't want to hit become of whatever commune where for your dad went to when he was a kid didn't go somewhere now i'm going there go in there with a lights in this free went to assembly prep i thank in western now going there though for it that's when you have people creating demand and when you have people paying into the tax system like this twenty three thousand people from the throwing for two thousand number they just mentioned from a cellphone el salvador or the two hundred thousand who have tp asked and the status was just revoked by the administration last week you are taking their contribution away from the economy and this people are going to all marked their buying gas thereby clo ask you to join the supermarket take a look they are stimulating local economy if you're speaking generals generalizations let's and again i actually admire the president also getting general say okay here's some specifics these are we should take a break before we go to the eleven o'clock hour indeed to play down mortgages and we got a lot of guests coming up stay with us for all that here on herald.

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"elson" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"elson" Discussed on WDRC

"Uh any company going decade your voice elson importing three hundred people date to fill jobs there weren't even published for american workers have been makes sense uh who but yeah like i said it is um we're there there's another colder air to and um led it to you know to hit the place to live and they were related it this was a a sanctuary for garage roger are i won't david dave foster a new director there i appreciated very much didn't have to take some time out four me too talker here in dallas but i really appreciate an glad to do it all right thank you so there you go uh purdue processing plant in purdue as you know which poultry had served chickens and turkey's and what else was very maneuvering else on our does but flies of baby may didn't import three hundred haitians the open jobs uh they just happened to be in that town the town was pick that's kind of odd i wonder what the criteria is for breaking a refugee town uh that town was paired uh to accommodate the resettlement of a three hundred haitian refugees and about one hundred ninety of them got jobs or third processing plant but it wasn't on tuesday of is if for no they looked over american workers two two our commentary the haitians uh see if you keep if you keep digging long enough uh thanks to brian reviewed the keep digging long have you were you end up finding the real story uh herald in quite uh north carolina herald thank you for waiting how you doing herro good morning i'm an african american male and um be being illegal immigration and illegal immigrant in group real of whatever you want to call in ardently it bothers me at a good good i'm glad abroad while look what will of what what what would unemployment of amongst young black male get a look at defending the cartridge hata held a legal out in poor people come in and go to work well this that was not the case in this case nobody run on on that what lama and i must be about that cuba in royal owns run their way the unappointed way for young black men is amounted to set in.

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"elson" Discussed on Radio Cherry Bombe

Radio Cherry Bombe

01:35 min | 4 years ago

"elson" Discussed on Radio Cherry Bombe

"Oh but we got towed getting pie speaking for and twenty blackbirds i need to check it on them because this is about the time i think when they start to do that sour cherry pie an ad we've had emily elson one of the founders on the show to actually just talk about life and pi and that pious just on believable salaries are so unique and sour cherry pious so unique and there's is so beautiful the cherries really stay intact they look like yeah you know little cherries mayes always look so nice turn gorgeous end but secretaries are really really in short supply and some other had them some years the season's terrible some years it's pretty decent but it's always just a small production yeah so we need to find out if that pies happening this year um so what else what else can we talk about what do you would you loving these days hm and other the world let me tell you more specific are at let's go back you said you actually were now flipping through cookbooks and following recipes as opposed to just flipping through cookbooks because they're called a flip through what what are some that you're looking to what are some favorites of yours right now well favor oath of mine is on a jones yeah i mean i feel like everyone feels the save she's amazing harris visa just really inspiring and because i was like kind of a new vegetarian will like flex tearing person a recipes already good starting point because they're very excessive boll and the really interesting as well it's not just.

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"elson" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:24 min | 4 years ago

"elson" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Point five to three point nine percent real estate commission that we charge benefit realty fullservice service for last benefit dash realtycom needs rumours extra earnings continued here on wtmj we are live it nor park after the crew fall through the padres seven five in a lebanese let's go back with a game with the highlight thought amount of bruins case anderson for the padres elson lemesh and it would be the pot race who would strike i thanks to a younger versus alert a leading things off in the top of the secularity here's the wto deliver in labs hit in the air to write and it is got up uh at wrong fourth largely makes it of one of the game mitchell met he comes in with an eight point five o era in his first two innings he strikes out the first five batters he faced in the third these strikes are kion braxton to get the inning going solve be first seven batters that he faces he gets six strikeouts however orlando arshti comes up to the plate he does not strikeout want to hit in the air to center head well backing up escort darrell add track it's up it's up this is big time aw sampha how about that in inside the park home run just the eighth time of lure has recorded an inside the park home run at miller park after the second outage recorded eric sogard walks next batter their face one one common themes drives deep rights this is travel as god eric frein one that would be the scorn for a while for growers by the wife of names his twentieth on well not leads the national league travels four hundred one feet of three one game the padres would give one of those runs back at the top two four french cordeiro leaf beginning off with a face it at the first two out our record did hunter renfro stands in the wanna come in line and the leftfield lie that's going to be a fair ball and head towards the corner played by aired.

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"elson" Discussed on MASTERPIECE Studio Podcast

MASTERPIECE Studio Podcast

01:50 min | 4 years ago

"elson" Discussed on MASTERPIECE Studio Podcast

"Elson she died world's homeland a swear every night people have this look belie you it captures the sense of upheaval that would really happen when queen elizabeth dies every note every coin reflects that sort of bygone faded age is that how you intend to that moment to read yeah exactly and the things we taken for granted suddenly a strange the suddenly gone i remember when i was at eight myongchol was collecting coins and gave me an old penny which had the king's head on and it was lying untouched i didn't could imagine what a why would it have someone other than the queen of course i realized it was that old so it will be in our lifetimes experience i'm sure that we will have that moment with suddenly all the money has to be changed and it's somebody else on that and i think it's small it's it's actually interesting means more ways like that that we might find the biggest disruption to our sense of national identity it's gonna be fascinating harry falls in love with jess a commoner arts student for whom he wants to revoke israel privileges given her republican stands in the fact that she ends up in the papers in spite of where because of charles's stance how should we read her character uh i think in a simple way she someone falls in love and innovation experimenting this a massive obstacle to that love and we understand the clause and privilege can be just as bigger obstacle to people who are in love now as it could be an old a literary classics where that happens soaking can tell you eleven what did they leaking is dictator kill my heart was made by king.

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