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Parole denied for man convicted in 1993 Houston murder of teen girls

Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

00:30 sec | 5 months ago

Parole denied for man convicted in 1993 Houston murder of teen girls

"Of gang members that ambushed two teenage girls, Jennifer Erdman and Elizabeth Pina, who are walking near TC gesture, the gang raped and brutally killed them. Gideon was 14 at the time and was convicted. He has served 27 years of his 40 year sentence, according to the Harris County District attorney's office. He has just been denied parole. He was spared from a death sentence because of his age at the time. Ktrh news time is 10 034 senior

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"erdman" Discussed on Best of Both Worlds Podcast

Best of Both Worlds Podcast

03:42 min | 6 months ago

"erdman" Discussed on Best of Both Worlds Podcast

"Exciting for animal that she has. Professional consultation options in in her own home and so young. Yeah I think talking to children about time is. Just an interesting concept, a little kids have very limited concept of time in general. They are very much in the present and that's fine That's what they are. That's obviously challenging when you need to move them from the present to something that is happening in the future and I know that one of the things during this pandemic that has been sort of. You know. Easier in many ways from a people's, there's less of that rushing to get to some time specific thing. That you know if baseball canceled gymnastics is canceled schools. There's no rushing to get in the car for anything and in some ways that makes life a lot more relaxing even if it introduces for different challenges as well. So you know always being like the countdown, the NSA we've decided that we wanted to go do this and you know you're going to have fun doing this and so in. I'm giving you a five minute warning and so then they can. They're not yanked out of whatever fun thing they were absorbed in quite. So immediately talking with little kids obviously. Setting routines like I. We do this than we do this, you know I, we eat breakfast, and then we brush our teeth and then we put our shoes on and then we get in the car or at night first week try the bathroom than we wash our face in whatever like just do they understand how one thing happens after another I think. As kids get a little bit older, you can start introducing the idea more of thinking about the future and sort of planning your process toward that. You know certainly of kids start getting weekly assignments. That's a really good opportunity like, Oh, well, your teacher wants you to have it on Friday when would you like to do it and let them consider The various options in if they want to do it, Friday morning I mean you can let them try why not? Right like let them figure it out that there are than rushing coming in late bedraggled I mean this is a learning experience that then helps them as they get two grades where it actually matters more that you can map out your time. For things that happen in the future you know against smaller children talking about how many sleeps there are. Until we leave for that trip on, they wanNA know what they can expect in the future actually for my eldest for Jasper we've had a lot of conversations about not wishing time away like sometimes he's very much like I can't wait till this or I. Only eight more days until we're GONNA, do this as well. Yes. That's true and we are looking forward to this and in eight days but there could be fun stuff in this upcoming eight days and we don't want to necessarily lose sight of that in our rush to get to this thing. So that's that's one of the things have been been trying to. Talk about. You. Know I think time management something everyone has to learn for themselves. I mean you can offer guidance and help kids learn to think about how they sink through their time and how much time stuff is probably gonNA. Take taken when they probably can get to it. But until you are in charge of your own time, fully it's it's sort of hard to absorb many of these lessons and many adults are not good at them. No, that's our. Not Saying that adults learn them either. So there you go but. I I agree that yeah. We spend a lot of time often yelling at kids to hurry it up and it might be good to think about that as as we did. All right. Well, this has been best of both worlds. Sarah has interviewed a doctor, Laura Erdman and Obgyn, and we will be back next week with more on making work in life together..

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"erdman" Discussed on Best of Both Worlds Podcast

Best of Both Worlds Podcast

04:32 min | 6 months ago

"erdman" Discussed on Best of Both Worlds Podcast

". Why don't you talk to us I about some of the common complaints and things that you see as women come to you either in their late thirties or early forties? ? And some of the things you often suggest to help them with it. . So one of the main things what one of the things that I tried to to to model my practice around is I've been lucky to have a great pediatricians for my kids over the years and one of the things that I loved about them is that at their annual visit I sort of have gotten over the years. . An anticipation of what's to come in their development. . So when they were four and I was reminded not to be surprised about nightmares when they were six, , make sure everybody knew how to swim and as I've sort of modeled my practice around that so Different Ages. . I talked to women about what to expect what's coming, , and so pretty much what I'd like to cover when women turn forty is. . First of all period irregularities. . So periods go wacky at the age of forty for many many many women sometimes they get closer together. . Sometimes, , they get heavier sometimes stay longer in it's really important to know what is normal versus what is just what is abnormal and could be a sign of something being wrong. . So I tried to explain what's going on in the background because that helps a lot of women understand and a lot of. . Women whom I see just want to know that everything is okay. . They see some changes they don't necessarily they're not bothered by them. . They don't necessarily want to treat them are going any medicine. . They just want to know that everything is okay. . But when you see a change in your period when you've always had a perfectly regular monthly period now all of a sudden is coming every three weeks that might see have normal where actually. . Isn't. . So it's important to remember that in the background are ovaries are getting better, , and so they have a limited life span, , which is around forty five to fifty years about the age of fifty or fifty one most famous start the transition into menopause Tomase, , your ovaries just stop responding to the input from the rain they start making their Hormuz they stop ovulating but before that they get a little bit lazy and they don't really. Respond . they don't really let the brain know too well that they're still doing their job. . So your brain starts driving them a little bit harder. . The brain doesn't age the brain would like our to keep working for forever. . So that signal from the brain gets really really really strong but sometimes array say okay, , fine I got it. . I'll do my thing and so you get pretty much higher highs and lower lows of your normal hormones. . And the cycle links between your periods gets a little bit shorter 'cause ovaries almost working a little bit too well in response to does signal from the brain. . So that's why if you've had a period that has always been every twenty eight days and now all of a sudden, , it is twenty four days that seems like as almost a week too early, , but it's not that's totally fine. . That's just the brain responding to that increased influence from the or the ovaries responding to the increased signal from the brain. . But also since your hormones are hitting your ovarian hormone estrogen progesterone are hitting higher highs and lows. . Things like PMS can become a little bit more exacerbated if you have a much higher progesterone level in that second half of your cycle, , some people actually start to feel. . The beginning of hot flashes right before their period as your estrogen is hitting alot than it ever has before the period can get a little bit heavier because the lining grows a little bit thicker if that estrogen is high in the beginning of the cycle higher than it has been. . So all these things have a reason why they're happening, , but they can be really really really bothersome. . So these are like higher amplitude screens which were already doing but now they're actually kind of going wider in either direction and potentially at a higher frequency, , which is what all of us want right now I'm scared. . So. . It's really really annoying. . Now again, , none of this is is is there's nothing wrong. . Then this there's note illness there's disease there's nothing wrong but as just really really bothersome and it comes at a time in life where for many women their children are getting older there might be <hes> other life changes, , just normal body aging into it's more difficult to lose weight the joint start aching a little bit more perhaps there's more responsibility in a job, , and so it just hits all together at the very wrong time. .

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Dr. Laura Erdman on Hormones & Women's Health

Best of Both Worlds Podcast

04:32 min | 6 months ago

Dr. Laura Erdman on Hormones & Women's Health

"Why don't you talk to us I about some of the common complaints and things that you see as women come to you either in their late thirties or early forties? And some of the things you often suggest to help them with it. So one of the main things what one of the things that I tried to to to model my practice around is I've been lucky to have a great pediatricians for my kids over the years and one of the things that I loved about them is that at their annual visit I sort of have gotten over the years. An anticipation of what's to come in their development. So when they were four and I was reminded not to be surprised about nightmares when they were six, make sure everybody knew how to swim and as I've sort of modeled my practice around that so Different Ages. I talked to women about what to expect what's coming, and so pretty much what I'd like to cover when women turn forty is. First of all period irregularities. So periods go wacky at the age of forty for many many many women sometimes they get closer together. Sometimes, they get heavier sometimes stay longer in it's really important to know what is normal versus what is just what is abnormal and could be a sign of something being wrong. So I tried to explain what's going on in the background because that helps a lot of women understand and a lot of. Women whom I see just want to know that everything is okay. They see some changes they don't necessarily they're not bothered by them. They don't necessarily want to treat them are going any medicine. They just want to know that everything is okay. But when you see a change in your period when you've always had a perfectly regular monthly period now all of a sudden is coming every three weeks that might see have normal where actually. Isn't. So it's important to remember that in the background are ovaries are getting better, and so they have a limited life span, which is around forty five to fifty years about the age of fifty or fifty one most famous start the transition into menopause Tomase, your ovaries just stop responding to the input from the rain they start making their Hormuz they stop ovulating but before that they get a little bit lazy and they don't really. Respond they don't really let the brain know too well that they're still doing their job. So your brain starts driving them a little bit harder. The brain doesn't age the brain would like our to keep working for forever. So that signal from the brain gets really really really strong but sometimes array say okay, fine I got it. I'll do my thing and so you get pretty much higher highs and lower lows of your normal hormones. And the cycle links between your periods gets a little bit shorter 'cause ovaries almost working a little bit too well in response to does signal from the brain. So that's why if you've had a period that has always been every twenty eight days and now all of a sudden, it is twenty four days that seems like as almost a week too early, but it's not that's totally fine. That's just the brain responding to that increased influence from the or the ovaries responding to the increased signal from the brain. But also since your hormones are hitting your ovarian hormone estrogen progesterone are hitting higher highs and lows. Things like PMS can become a little bit more exacerbated if you have a much higher progesterone level in that second half of your cycle, some people actually start to feel. The beginning of hot flashes right before their period as your estrogen is hitting alot than it ever has before the period can get a little bit heavier because the lining grows a little bit thicker if that estrogen is high in the beginning of the cycle higher than it has been. So all these things have a reason why they're happening, but they can be really really really bothersome. So these are like higher amplitude screens which were already doing but now they're actually kind of going wider in either direction and potentially at a higher frequency, which is what all of us want right now I'm scared. So. It's really really annoying. Now again, none of this is is is there's nothing wrong. Then this there's note illness there's disease there's nothing wrong but as just really really bothersome and it comes at a time in life where for many women their children are getting older there might be other life changes, just normal body aging into it's more difficult to lose weight the joint start aching a little bit more perhaps there's more responsibility in a job, and so it just hits all together at the very wrong time.

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"erdman" Discussed on Best of Both Worlds Podcast

Best of Both Worlds Podcast

06:10 min | 6 months ago

"erdman" Discussed on Best of Both Worlds Podcast

"This is episode one, hundred, Sixty, nine. In episode Sarah is going to be interviewing Dr Laura Erdman who is an obgyn on? WHO's GonNa be talking about various issues that I'm sure many of us are curious about both hormonal general reproductive-health all that good stuff I can't wait to listen to it myself. I'll be tuning in for the first time with all of you. So. Sarah, you are finally making all those annual appointments. Yes public service announcement was skipped everything in the beginning of the year and you have insurance benefits that give you X. visits in a calendar year. Now is the time to book them because everyone else is because I actually literally went to make a PCP appointment in their lake. Sorry you can come in January like no no. No. I can't come in January and I wanNA come this year. Yes Or especially, like eye appointments, you know that has to get done before the end of the year or your contact lens benefits circumstances. Yeah Luckily I did that so I bit. So that's another PSA like. I like to do them all at once because then I just remember to do them I don't have to think about it multiple times during the year and it does mean that that may be like, okay. Go to your ob in your eyes and dentist whatever all at the same time but wake. I find that I don't end up with some of them have different degrees of waiting. So the appointments ended up getting spread out by months. It's just that like the act of making them all. So some people I know like to do that in line with their birthday, which is sometimes what I do, but this year didn't happen because I was like pandemic peak. So yeah, don't forget. You still have time. You still have time make those appointments maybe I should do that too. I'm at least getting to the dentist. That's exciting. And I, specifically asked Laura. If she had any intel on a mammogram because I think you're supposed to get when you're forty which we both are. Awesome. Yeah I think the guidelines in this have have been shifting that it's not necessarily some places do recommend it universally some cases i. you know the broader guidelines that if you don't have a family history or anything that would be concerned than you can wait a little bit and not do it immediately when you're forty in any case I talked about it when I went in you know but I was I was pregnant for much of the time when I turned forty and then now I'm breastfeeding. So that's really not Going to be helpful in terms of screening either so. In my case. Put off for a while but actually that's a really good excuse. I have no familiarity with adult Yeah. You'd think I would have no idea what is recommended for any adult for anything so don't ask me. Let's. All the guidelines sort of change in. Unclear. So but yes, if you are in the market that you should read, this is October Breast Cancer Awareness Month Sarah make sure. That, that mammogram. Though neither Sarah Nor i? Will report back back. All right. It's not going to happen until twenty twenty one because that's when that's when your appointment is. So there you go. All right. Well, on that note, let's let's hear from Dr Urban Alright, I'm so excited to introduce Dr Laura Erdman she is an Obgyn with expertise in well lots of things but especially adult hormones and treatment of Peri Menopausal rate, related conditions including mood issues and everything. So would you like to introduce yourself? Dr Urban Highs Sarah it is my pleasure to speak with everybody today to be on this podcast I. Am an Obgyn physician I practice general obstetrics and gynecology at a community hospital in Maryland. So I see and treat women from their late teen years all the way through until they no longer need a gynecologist through their teenage years the onset of their periods, managing their periods, managing birth control through their childbearing years and today I. Think Specifically, we're going to talk about the challenges that arise when women hit the age of forty and forty going into fifth until they become postmenopausal been at my practice now for. Going on fifteen years at the same place in the same office. So I have patients whom I have known floor fifty years. So I met many of these women when they were in their early to mid twenties, I've seen them get. Help them not period on their honeymoon missing them have their children, and now they're coming to me when they're forty, two, forty, three, forty, four, and life is just changing. So hopefully, we can address some of the common things that happen at this stage and how to stay healthy. Yes Oh, I'm so excited I think this is great and by the way this was requested topic by some of our listeners I think spurred on by some of the discussion that we had about PM and hormones and all that kind of stuff. So. That's exciting and you are mother as well. Yes. I have four children. They are all older. Now I have a son who is a sophomore in college although he's home doing virtual school right now and Msn I'm a little bit happy to have him home again, my next son is a senior in high school with his own set of challenges trying to figure out where to go to college sight unseen, and then I have a set of twin girls who are sophomores in high school. Oh my gosh. So you are not in the empty nest fades yet. That's still like a lot Oh. Yes. Yep. Yep. Yep. It's a very full house at the moment with you know big kids have a different set of challenges. It's nice that they can all get their own breakfast and lunch and I don't have to worry about that and they can certainly do their virtual school by themselves or should be able to but but it's it's a full house and lots of other things to consider plan for and not everybody's driving but then the ones who are driving are really worrisome to. It never stops. You're like, do I want you to drive or do I want you to wait This is a conundrum. It is a big conundrum, but it's overall quite liberating. I will say it's been nice to have an extra driver or two in the family. So cool. Well..

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"erdman" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:41 min | 7 months ago

"erdman" Discussed on 600 WREC

"You'll be infectious disease expert Dr Nathan Erdman says. There are two stages of cove in 19. The early stage present symptoms. You feel terrible. Then you get well or worse, which leads into the second phase. That's when breathing issues Cetin and hospitalization may be needed, he says. Steroids worked best in the later phase. If you think those two phase of Ellis that you shut down the body's immune system's ability target bias directly, you allow that front face to go on, which could actually end up causing additional complications on the backside as a master time. Dr Michael Sad with you, A B says treatment of coded has gotten even more effective. Stop that necessarily have any new treatments for say, But we're we're getting better at knowing how to use them. And how to manage people, especially in the hospital. Both say a treatment like Tamiflu is needed to treat those who are sick enough to be hospitalized targeting the virus directly. The earlier you aren't Ellis is likely be a benefit. We just need the drug that can accomplish that task, a safe and effective manner. We just don't have it yet. Dr Sachs says they've also found keeping patients well enough where they don't need a machines to breathe also increases the likelihood of survival. Britney Dion reporting Wkrc Toxic Sneeze on your side knew tonight, State Superintendent Dr Erica back, he says his department's already working to fill in some of the gaps and education caused by covert 19, he says, feeling those gaps, especially critical. In younger students. Maybe some after school problems. It might be some scientist who problems. It may be some take count things or or additional stuff really online, But we will identify those gaps.

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"erdman" Discussed on Power Principles Podcast with Maleah Warner

Power Principles Podcast with Maleah Warner

04:09 min | 8 months ago

"erdman" Discussed on Power Principles Podcast with Maleah Warner

"With an abundance of exuberance, he explained the background of an allergy reduction program and shared the testimony of client who was so allergic to carrots. She couldn't be within one hundred feet of a without having an allergic reaction. Then, finishing this particular treatment, she became popular in her neighborhood for baking the most delectable carrot cake. I'd never heard of anyone being allergic to carrots. Unlike my first meeting with Dr. Erdman nothing about this regimen felt right to me. Instead of standing up and voting in unanimous paper, my cells were pleading please don't put us through another six months of this we've been fighting. So long we don't have strength for another battle. I can't start a new round of treatments I. told him. I have tried but I am not getting any better. My Body can't take any more. Dr Erdman would have been justified bringing up the fact that I didn't see his colleague in Utah. Not One time over the summer but instead, he surprised me by saying. I. Think you're right. Sometimes, your body needs side support while it's working on healing. He suggested that I take natural thyroid supplement, which does basically the same thing as synthroid but is derived naturally from the thyroid's of pigs or cows instead of being synthetically created in a lab. Mind, drew a cartoon image of me, swallowing the pills and slowly growing a snout and a curly pink tail. Will it make me wink Dr Laughed but I wasn't amused how natural is injustice swine hormones I went home and mold over the options birth few days did some research returned to Dr Erdman's office?.

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Trump's Syria Policy Is a Strategic and Political Disaster

Hard Factor

03:20 min | 1 year ago

Trump's Syria Policy Is a Strategic and Political Disaster

"Let's talk about this Syrian disaster so remember last week we talked a lot about how trump was pulling US troops out of Syria because we had defeated totally defeated the Isis Caliphate and everybody already knew that Turkey was going to aide the Kurdish lands we were leaving northern Syria and then they did in fact do that and start you know fighting with the Kurds you guys remember that Yeah that'll happen yeah well Turkey is not stopping Turkey since advanced further into Syria brutally murdering murdering the Kurdish militia who helped the US combat isis in the country while we were there defeating the Caliphate so to make things right president trump enacted a fifty percent steel tariff on Turkey and cancelled ongoing trade negotiations with Turkey that seems like a pretty far cry from the total obliteration of the on that he promised if Turkey did invade Syria well they love their steel will Turkey's still some of the best deal in the world you know they have only structures of St with no like connection of the walls it's just all steel over there it's a fun game I played when I see steel I go and I find I find the manufacturer in Turkey just the big rector guys it's not enough for anybody in Congress because they're expected to get some Turkey sanctions of their own going because they don't think trump is well I think everybody's just mad at trump and Jenner on this would also some EU countries have stopped shipping Turkey weapons after the start of the invasion but like I said come on come on shipping them come on Yeah we love weapons I'm sure I'm sure that take him Turkey and President Erdman seemed completely undeterred by any of that he's dead set on creating his quote unquote safe zone to send a Turkish immigrants into which is basically like a zone right next to Turkey in Syria that he wants to be able to send immigrants to just so happens that that is Kurdish land so he's going to have to exterminate the people there to get the safe zone ironic name it's big safe zone any also needs a safe zone outside of the safe zone so that people aren't too close to the sonorous you gotTa have pretty much yeah a couple layers of safe zone create a killing zone safe zone as a buzzword for genocide careful there's a lot bosses ever talk about it you're the safe zone tons of tons of very restrictive conditions on that safe zone yeah and so basically you know he he's not going to stop he doesn't doesn't seem st the brother and him and you know what maybe Mike Pinson is evangelical buddies are going to be able to negotiate a ceasefire because that's seriously one of the next steps this is like Mike Pence is going over there with pastors to try to sit down with John and Assad now I don't have the Kurds and the Turks and try to figure it out so it's not see having a marriage my we're GONNA have to send more troops over than we had to begin with no no I mean I guess the whole point is to get completely out and and what happens next besides expense going in there and and trying to negotiate a ceasefire Lord willing he will lots of hands on bibles on that trip but what else being a real man over there to another real man Mike Pence

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"erdman" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"erdman" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Rule that would increase the number of Americans eligible for overtime pay and a chicken sandwich arms race that story in about twenty minutes hurricane Dorian has grown so large that the entire east coast of Florida is in its potential path currently a category two storm Dorian has the potential to reach category four and is expected to become a major hurricane perhaps today an update now from Jonathan Erdman senior digital meteorologist at the weather channel he is with us live again this morning Jonathan I give us a status update here of Dorian take a morning Gordon currently Dorian is several hundred miles east of the Bahamas it's currently a category two hurricane with one hundred five mile per hour maximum sustained winds so it's just starting you know starting its base we're going to gain some strength here over the next twenty four thirty six hours and we just had a hurricane watches now issued for the northwestern Bahamas and that includes Nassau grand Bahama island all right so it's it's been said that the Dorian could arrive later over the Labor Day weekend perhaps early next week is that because of the speed of this thing has slowed down and like it's crawling or something exactly so basically hurricanes ours the upper level winds and usually they're stirred by what's called Bermuda high very high pressure that spans across the Atlantic Ocean from the minute you sort so initially it's gonna get bent toward the west and that's from that Bermuda high.

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"erdman" Discussed on Boring Books for Bedtime

Boring Books for Bedtime

04:19 min | 2 years ago

"erdman" Discussed on Boring Books for Bedtime

"The lower their buildings were the less, they were subject, either to the heat of the sun or wind tempest decay at cetera that she desired to know the reason why they made them so thick. They answered that thicker, the walls were the warmer. They weren't we turn the cooler in summer for their thickness kept out, both cold and heat. Lastly she asked? Why arched their rooms and made so many pillars. They replied that arches and pillars did not only grace building very much and caused it to appear magnificent, but made it also firm and lasting, the empress was very well satisfied with her answers. And after some time when she thought that her new founded societies of the virtue Osos had made a good progress in the several employment. She had put them upon. She caused a convocation. I the. Erdman and commanded them to give her a true relation of the two celestial bodies, the sun and moon which they did with all the obedience and faithfulness befitting their duty the sun as much as they could observe. They related to be a firm or solid stone of a vast bigness of color yellowish, and of an extraordinary splendour. But the moon they said, was of a whitish collar. And although she looked dim in the presence of the sun yet had shared her own light and was shining body of herself, as might be perceived by her figures appearance in moon, shiny nights. The difference, only betwixt her own, and the sun's light was that the Sunday, strike his beans, a direct line, but the moon never respected the center of their world in a right wine. But her center was always eccentric, all the spots both in the. Sun and moon, as far as they were able to perceive, the affirmed to be nothing else. But flaws and stains of their Stony bodies concerning the heat of the sun, there were not one opinion somewhat have the sun hot in itself, alleging an old tradition that it should sometime break asunder and burn the heavens and consume this world into hot embers, which said they could not be done if the sun were not fiery of itself. Others. Again, said this opinion could not stand with reason for fire being a destroyer of all things. The sun stone after this meaner would burn up all the near joining bodies, besides they fire cannot subsist without fuel, and the sun stone, having nothing to feed on willing in short time, consume, it self wherefore. They thought it more probable that the son was not actually hot, but only by the reflection of. It's light so that it's heat wasn't affected site, both being immaterial, but this opinion again, was laughed at by others and rejected his ridiculous. Who thought it impossible, that one immaterial should produce another and believe that both the light and heat of the sun proceeded from swift circular motion of the theory of globules, which by their striking upon the optic nerve cost light, and they're motion produced heat. But neither would this opinion all for said some than it would follow that the site of animals is the cause of light and that were there. No is there would be no light, which was against all sense, and reason thus, they argued concerning the heat and light of the sun. But which is remarkable, none did say that the sun was Globus fluid body and had a swift circular motion. But all agreed was fixed and firm like. Center, and therefore they generally called it the sun stone, then the empress asked the reason why the sun and moon did often appear in different postures shapes as sometimes magnified sometimes diminished, sometimes elevated other wiles depressed now thrown to the right. And then to the left

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"erdman" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

06:45 min | 2 years ago

"erdman" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"We hope your days off to an excellent start. It is ten thirty two. Now. One of the stories we're discussing is a report that more and more American colleges. They're allowing students to have emotional support animals with them in the classroom, and in the dorms mental health experts say the trend has taken hold because the number of students with anxiety and depression keeps rising and one of the deans at Washington state university Phyllis Erdman is quoted in the story. Dr Erdman says it's a balancing act, we're balancing, the needs of the students who need the emotional support animals against the consideration of those students who are afraid of animals or may have allergies involving certain animals. So we are doing our best to balance all of these competing needs while I'm with one of these. Tax. There's Texan and said why not just give them a free psychology help that way you avoid the whole animal thing, and you're trying to get to the root of the problem instead of putting a band aid. Or in this case an animal on top of it. Good point texture Stephen is in Georgetown with Marc and Melinda on KLBJ. Stephen good morning. How are you? Good morning. How you doing? Hey, we're doing great, sir. It says on the screen that you're you have a student or a child who's about to go to college. And they're in this process right now. Is that right? Yeah. That's correct. This wanting to this maybe a little bit different light on my daughter. She's about to go to college in the full, and she has a cat, and she's gone through the process of having registered as emotional support animal. Okay. She's actually on anxiety medication. And she comes just get a letter with someone just rights open it nights. Okay. She has to see Dr a minimum of three visits in order for her to be eligible to then off of the the information to the college. So it's not necessarily that simple. And I'm pretty, you know, I'm just sick take a pill fine. But I'm quite the cynic. And I've seen my daughter. She's had under stress to say a joke. She was doing see pasta out. She fainted she vomited a few times with the stress of the environment. She was in. There was obviously something going on ever since he's been on medication. She's being fine. And so I think in this case it, you know, it will help but one of the things on night. She doesn't have the cat with a she wouldn't have it with all the time just be happy dome. So when she goes home is that the comfort, you know, to make feel that much better. I guess we'll she have a roommate. Yeah. And that's my unconcerned all the college going to let that person know that what if that allergy to attack, you know, I'd like to think that the similar situation. Always at least, you know, not going to be affected by my daughter's animal has has your daughter been showing these signs Stephen of this high level of anxiety for many many years has it been building up to this point. It has built up. I mean, she's only eighteen very hard to say she's very young couple of years. It has the the incidence if you like of the attacks have been more frequent so about a year ago, basically, you know, took it to the dog, and we went through the process, and they recommended the medication and honestly, I would say in months dummy since he left this job, which is very stressful. And she has the cat. She's being pretty much a hundred percent. Let's see. I think the difference is is that you say she's able to leave the cat at home. Go about whatever she needs to do during the day. And then come home, I'm fine with that. And you know, what I'm even fine was saying we should offer up dorms on campuses. If that's how you're having the the students live that our pet friendly. I don't have a problem with that. My problem is is that you're taking that animal everywhere, you go in the classroom here, and there and saying that it's for this reason where you just said, you know, we got her on the medicine. We realized what was going on medicine helped and the cat at home makes it even a little bit better. Yeah. I agree with that. Absolutely. Because you're not you're just being very inconsiderate to everybody else. Whether or not the necessity, it just doesn't consider everybody else. It's kind of ridiculous to me if you are going to take the animal everywhere, and that's by the other cooler say it truly truly com function with an even then is that same everybody else what's causing your daughter to have so much anxiety. I guess if we had the Austin to that she wouldn't be on the medication. All I can tell you is on the way she's on distress to, you know, whether it be true job, and she seemed to be pretty good at school. But toward the end as she did have some attacks. And that was because actually had a stalker. That's enough distress anybody. I'm so. Yeah. We really don't know the debate. You know, some would say it's you know, it's in the family. My mother was. She had terrible depression. And Shirley clinical. So, you know, unforeseen, maybe something has handed down. Well. All right. Best of luck. With that. Thank you for calling and sharing that insight on someone who's actually going through all of this. Stephen. Thank you guys could show, by the way. Right. Thank you, Steven. You have a good day. See, and I think we'll why not in combat it that way. I we talked about maybe the free psychologist to to get to the bottom of the problem are to why not say, yes, we will open up a dorm that is pet friendly. And so that animal can be there when you get back if you need to go in between classes to see it you can do that. Absolutely. But not to take it everywhere you go. Do you put rush you're using the term pet pet friendly? Well, what do you call it animal-friendly? I mean, I don't even I'm assuming these people think that their their pets. I think they see them as much more than a pet like their child not necessarily but something much more than a pet. If if they need that animal to get through the day to cope with life that's far beyond a hamster. Well, then my mic statements had that would be if it's that severe that you have to have them with you all the time. Why not look into a.

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"erdman" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"erdman" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Having a good memory. Which I have. Was. Boom. You got a little thing that you did that you didn't realize that you do took advantage of which was every time. It was a pass double strap your helmet when it was on run dangling. Exactly. Erdman how we won that game. We won that game. I do remember the game. But I do remember getting hit in the legs see down nowadays that hit actually was. You try to pull the you'd get a flag nowadays. Right. Do you think that they basically taking the defense out of the game now because of all the penalties and everything and the rules are nothing just make the game safer. Yeah. And I'm all about guy safety. You know? That's that's what we want. We want to get to walk off the field. Go home families and stuff. Oh, you're with the legends community right now if you were doing so let me ask you about Aaron Donald you put your position plays. It just like us to play. Yeah. He's a pain in the ass. He's created this job that what we appreciate. It's great. It's great to see him playing a position. And that he's not six five. He's not six six six one. Because there's a lot of coaches. I remember when I was coming up coming to lead. They were telling me that it was undersized. They just kept us that you're undecided. My what what is under side? You're not six five six five the play a game that you passionately loved to play. He's showing people around the world you can be six one six to play to play the position. And if there's one position on the football field that is defined by effort. It's the defensive tackle position. Yes. Because you got guys coming at you from every which way, and I would think that when you're playing it's an offense with the patriots. And you are Aaron Donald what's going through your mind. What do you think is going to happen to you for him? I think he's thinking that the senate's gonna slide towards him. And that's we're going to have to take way. And but for him. He's thinking about getting a day gap getting up in brace face because that's the age gap is going to be so essential 'cause getting up in his face now allowing brave football..

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"erdman" Discussed on Night Call

Night Call

03:32 min | 2 years ago

"erdman" Discussed on Night Call

"Of mass singer week, happy mast singer century. We had no idea we'd entered the Massingir era we Walston into twenty nineteen so naive thinking. Oh, it's just another year. But in fact, we are living in the world of the mass singer now the messing extended universe. If felt like we were entering a new era. Yeah. The bird mask ASM are plague doctor thing that we discussed on the podcast awhile ago. It's like it ruins the mass singer came to life. And I just picture them singing in a SM our voice. Well, people I know like the billboards for the mast singer were amazing because they were so look like a Vegas show or like a black mirror. They were just like the masks are particularly creepy on purpose. Seems I guess it's originally a Korean show, and this is the American boot. But maybe they I don't know if the aesthetic of the original show was I I would imagine it was this because it's very memorable. I saw clip where they were like it was not just a mask. It's like they have like whole costume. Yeah. Like a whole like there's a lion one. I saw it's a full body suit. John like, I know that Lyon. Yeah. My friend, Sarah Johnson was saying part of the eyes wide shut universe. Yes. I. It's because they don't want you to recognize people by their bodies either imagined because that's really easy to do. It's even I don't know. How anyone sings? They're inside the hippo costume. We were discussing this. I mean is it recorded inside their mask or is it prerecorded? I have so many touch on it to know that was her main question was are the vocals, how do you sing in that thing? And have the vocals come out. How weird is it going to sound with the, you know? Downsizing your bird collie microphone inside the mask? Yeah. It's going to sound really big. But maybe the acoustics inside the head or good. They've created an acoustic environment said the head of the mass Holly kind of reminds me of is trending. Did you guys oversea Tony Erdman, which is getting your no Wigan, Jack Nicholson, the original is incredible. I highly recommended to everybody their suit in it there. Yeah. There's this like weird traditional Scandinavian suit that comes into play in the end like this monster suit, it it's so it's so bizarre. And it's like, I can't even describe it. I mean, I can't spoil and like this is like a in competition like something about it. That's really funny because you're like, oh, yeah. It's like kaija suits got Zillow suits people singing, and it's not evil seemingly. That's what I saying. Even. Oh, it's like a dystopia reality show that feels good for our current moment. It's not like the swan all-time benchmark for feel bad reality. Tv that might taught assuring. Yeah. I think it sort of reassuring in some ways like to think back on the swan and think well, not everything gets worse. That was fun. Any bout was the point where I was like things can that was when I thought everything was going to be so bad forever. Right. Did you guys? How much of the swan? Did you watch all of it? Yeah. Not not. It was I found it so hard. We talked about the swan so much on this show. But we will talk about it again. Which is that it was a reality show where it was like they gave a bunch of average women insane. Plastic Cheney makeovers and then had them in a beauty contest. Yeah..

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"erdman" Discussed on $hit Could Be Worse

$hit Could Be Worse

03:24 min | 2 years ago

"erdman" Discussed on $hit Could Be Worse

"While bomber is me Jersey's a cool place. I let me liked it enough to move here. Yeah. I like the people I like to people here. It's just and I like our town because it's a small town. You know, everybody it's full of nothing. But Italians that I love it. That's why everything goes on. Mondays it is. It is is it's it's weird more things are open on Sundays, but everything's closed on Mondays. And it's a talion thing. I don't know why they telling me Kim titan weekend. It's fucking weird. But guys, I'm moving. Sucks for their hot dry. It's it you. Stars live in Vegas. Foreign stars. She porn on the internet. Charlie. How many Meghan KENNY'S are on the world to? Nobody else has the nine penny. I work with there's three of them were three kiddies swear to God. But you know, it's people have asked me to like, oh, you're going to keep podcast going. You're just going to replace Kenya. Meg I can't replace that friendship over. Well. I would start another podcast it costs something completely different before. I replaced you to still friendship over. No, you what we're at on these. You'd be. You'd be home recording a new podcast. It's like fucking Steven John. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Use a girl for some reason. Yeah. Let me you just here like. We just sense that you're doing it. And we just bashed the door. And we're like, what do you think you're doing like we took to spirit airline flights here? Fucking. Hey, they as we gave her just to be mad hijacked three planes to gate here trail. Can you didn't know someone that you're going to get on the no fly list for that? So many people ask me today of me. Kenny are moving debates. We're not moving. Haters where we live in. It's a thing. Well, maybe one day. Well, you guys are gonna come visit though. So it's kinda how as a guess I wanted I want wanna see Kenyan Vegas. I feel like the dog Jaap two dollars on black. I don't think I need even afloat far. No, definitely no drive. It's going to be a four day drive around. I've done that drive before in January. So God bless it. Fucking sucks. I know it's gonna sit fucking sucks. It's going to send bad my car would make PA in them breakdown. Yeah. Well, I mean, but the thing is is like just like any over your fears fly love or flown that far. Yeah. It doesn't get out much. I've never I don't really travel. We keep him away. You really don't travel. What's the furthest? You've ever flown Florida. Really? What do you what do you? Do you not like flying? No, it's not even a coach. I literally just don't go anywhere. Like growing up. We didn't do vacations and my family because we couldn't afford them. So because we all we do is work. Yeah. That's all we Erdman's. And like we would go to Florida every once in a while because my aunt moved down there. So we could stay at her house to go to the parks and shape. But yeah, Florida that's about it. See see my family. It's weird. Because my my my mom and dad and my brothers, and my grandmother and grandparents had a couple of my cousins, our whole family all of us..

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"erdman" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

Monocle 24: Midori House

04:28 min | 2 years ago

"erdman" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

"But at the moment, how important would either President Trump or president Erdman see that relationship as being? Well, I think you've put your finger on a key. Question because I think somewhat perversely both air to one and Trump right now benefit from bad relations with one another in the sense that you know air Don understands that any move economically is a bad one. He's looking at a menu that's got all bad options. He can either do what international investors are demanding and he can hike interest rates dramatically. And the result will be painful and immediate recession. Growth will ground to a halt barring Rachel sore eye and the economy will will suffer. People will be thrown out of work. Businesses will lose sales and so on, or he can hold the course and continue to blame outsiders for his problems and hope that somehow something changes. But what's likely to happen is a continued depreciation of the value of the Turkish lira more inflation. And that's probably gonna lead to a recession as well. So the question is, what does he do about that? Trump has given him a perfect way to pass the blame to somebody else. I mean, this is Trump is sort of given up something right at a. Castro playbook where he can say, look at this look at this out side bully. I mean, this is what air to one does and has done successfully for more than a decade. He stirs up nationalist passions. The outside is trying to stop us from cheating. Are greatness Trump just handed him that. Now Trump of course, seems to benefit from from his base, and it's an increasingly narrow base in the United States from striking this posture of courage. We're not going to be cheated anymore. In the world economy. We're done with the Europeans freeloading through NATO commitments were done getting ripped off by China or Turkey. Whoever it is we're talking about for the day. There's not a lot of sophistication to these arguments, but the passion and the appearance of of confrontation from Trump JR does seem to be rewarded by his base. I've is it still, where is the the west still kidding itself at this point to think of Turkey as an ally. That's a very good question. Sometimes it is. Sometimes it isn't. If you just look the trajectory of the Syrian war, sometimes the Syrians were with the good guy. Sorry, sometimes the Turks with a good guys in sometimes they weren't. I mean, they've just formed or strengthen their alliance with Qatar in terms of its dispute with Saudi Arabia and its allies. And this is an odd one. If you take, if you regard that dispute is something relatively simple with, it's not the Shia Sunni so-called divide. Seems to be increasingly relevant here where Iran the heartland of of she is now close to Turkey and Qatar, which means all of those analysis which described what was going on in Syria as basically a struggle within Islam, maybe have got it wrong. There is a struggle, which is geopolitical. Of course, the Russians have made it very clear which side. They're on. They're on the winning side and they'll make sure that whichever side they ought is. And I think they've left the Americans completely wrong-footed and Turkey original question also will play it as it suits. I mean, they are distracted by the Kurdish issue because they regard that as the single most important aspect of the the current balance of power in the Middle East, whether it is or not is another matter. So I think the west has got a real problem with Turkey, not just in terms of what we've been describing, but in terms of where where where will it see it's long term strategic interests, I dunno well on that, uncertain. Let's move along and look at the latest from another front in the United States. Ongoing argument with everybody. China is to send a trade delegation to the US later this month for a new round of talks, the unpromising backdrop to which is, of course the United States imposition of tariffs on fifty billion dollars worth of Chinese goods. And China's responses in. Coined and still further US tariffs are threatened. China's vice commerce, minister Wang shall win me. Neither will lead the visiting team and will be met by the US treasury undersecretary. It says he David mopus pleader. These terrifically high level talks. Exclude decider. This is name..

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EU's Moscovici says trade differences persist after G20 talks

Midday on WNYC

04:44 min | 2 years ago

EU's Moscovici says trade differences persist after G20 talks

"The alpenhorn academy of Switzerland which. Offers courses Let's return to the shooting incident in the Canadian city of Toronto police say nine people have been wounded by a gunman Jody Steinhauer, witnessed what happened All of a sudden we heard what sounded like very very. Loud firecrackers Ten fifteen blocks. And someone just said run get to the back of the restaurant now and then it was silent about five. To ten went off and y'all clear to the back of the restaurant and then we started to. Hear people scream out front and a woman was pulled inside in shot and we were, told that four to six people on the Danforth was shot right here and we just tried to call nine one of, his right now and looking out the window or stuck in the. Restaurant and there's police and paramedics. Ambulance everywhere and just mayhem down here nobody really knows what's going on we'll bring you more on that story as we get it each year more than two hundred million cases of malaria are reported. Around, the world and nearly half a million people die from the disease now the authorities in the US have approved new. Drug being hailed as the most significant advance in malaria, treatment in decades Quin treats recurring form of the disease called vivax strain missed common. In south and southeast Asia and Latin America by killing Dumont malaria parasites that lie in, the liver professor Richard price is from Oxford University vivax is a ferry disease I've seen young children get infection after infection, until they become sicker and sicker and eventually succumb to the actual. Malaria or to other diseases that. Come along at the same time such as pneumonia diarrhea more from our global health correspondent Smith Erdman decide vacs malaria the most common form of the disease in Latin America and south and southeast Asia. Can, be a challenge to get rid of that's because the parasite can lie dormant in the liver and reawakened several times Existing drugs can kill the sleeping parasite but need to, be taken for fourteen days and some people stop as soon as they feel better this leaves them vulnerable to disease returning and. Leaves of reservoir of malaria in the community that can be spread by mosquitoes Now the food and. Drug administration says a single dose of, two Quinn can help flush the parasite out of the liver and stop it coming back regulators will. Need to consider it side effects and then decide whether to make it available in countries where vivax is a serious threat The growing threat of an all out global. Trade war has dominated the latest g. twenty meeting. Which brought together finance ministers and bankers from the world's largest economies and at, the talks in Argentina's Saana ficials expressed concern that the US's. Policy of imposing trade tariffs and some countries could hinder global growth are South America business correspondent Daniel Gallus reports. The g. twenty summit of finance ministers warned in a joint statement. That trade, tensions risk undermining the, global economy but there, was a lot of tension in the meeting itself Europeans complained, about US tariffs being imposed on aluminium and steel that you. Commissioner for economic and financial affairs, Pierre Moscovici warned that US action is inappropriate and that Europeans are allies not foes the French finance minister Bruno. Lemaire said the you should not negotiate trade with a gun to its head but US secretary of treasury Steve Mnuchin tried to adopt Opt a softer tone he said that in upcoming talks with. G seven nations there will be efforts to drop trade barriers altogether the g. seven does not include China so there is. A hint that the US is trying to isolate the world's second-biggest economy last week President Donald Trump suggested that the US could significantly ramp up its tariffs imposing duties. On five hundred billion dollars of Chinese goods which. Is fourteen times more than the current amount Daniel gala reporting now sue has, some other stories from our news desk you cranes security service. Has defended its decision to fake the killing of the Russian journalists are county bump Janko insisting it was. A. Success the service chief Vassil Fritz said the operation two months ago. Has saved, lives he said Russia, had been planning to, assassinate dissidents in Ukraine and alligators in Moscow denies the leader, Abdul Fatah SEC says that, rumors aimed at fuelling discontent Are among the.

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"erdman" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"erdman" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

"You're listening to the monocle daily with me andrew miller here in the uk it has details been revealed that at some point last week british foreign secretary boris johnson conducted an eighteen minute long phone conversation with someone he believed to be a means new prime minister nicole passion yon but was actually one of a pair of russian pranksters who have formed for this sort of thing having previously gold ukrainian president petro partial turkish president wretched type erdman and elton john for some reason here is a clip of what happened when this obviously preposterous imposter spoke to the russian hoaxer and we will continue to tighten the squeeze on some of the only who surround putin yeah you you throw stone in kensington you'll you'll find you hit knowledge well enjoy now by the russia analyst stephen deal the obvious question how can this possibly happen the it's very good question do adept have a simple i mean i think that's that's what we need to begin its you know how on earth consum prankster get all the way through to the foreign secretary i mean you know if i picked up the phone to the foreign office i would not be put through to the foreign secretary now this on a funny voice and said you were the prime minister of romania the sky might be the limit william like could russian voice but they still would not get through i think the you know the question it raises is did they have some sort of access to a private line some sort of private line the you of the suggestion is that they're not just jokers they actually have connections possibly to the kremlin and that may have helped them to get through because it's just otherwise it is just tube said well this is the theory that gets raised of course the two pranksters concerned alexi your of vladimir putin of who prefer to trade.

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"erdman" Discussed on Truth & Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast

Truth & Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"erdman" Discussed on Truth & Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast

"A troop your from finding amazing yeah the bulgarian landscapes could put most film was played out across mine hot newman's face my newman the the athol mention construction worker who drifts away from his own group and finds all sorts of things things that the movie kind of set you up to expect one thing but then consistently fails to deliver on in a really charming way it's really keeps you have to say when worcester film of the began dino anything about analyst of worried i don't understand what's happening on this and then it started getting into the story and i was really really into dc studied stan was doing it so beautiful woman the story so moving and so when it ended because i was watching on the on a special link i just went back to the beginnings to begin the season i didn't i was like just in so much better what he's doing and he's really great experience to watch like is a movie that has a very special language that you get instant throughout and the very so beautiful really hypnotized by in a weird unique spay it's a very different style of edging and the whole language thing that one of the issues in the film is that he doesn't people gary gehri bond loxton speak german and there is this this endless conversations in which one of the people involved doesn't understand a word of what's being said and similarly feels like vellisca greece back the director i'm not familiar with the tool but apparently she was a script consultant on tony erdman and the drink tenure which produce from this but the very different in tone too but the thing i was gonna say was language is almost the least important thing in this film it's all about telling us stories through glances or a little gestures even in the editing it takes a very different approach to kinda telling the narrative exploring the narrative i guess a film you have to pay attention to.

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"erdman" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

Blank Check with Griffin & David

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"erdman" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

"All right you know and then he's like but my barber gets a million dollars or you know like he has a whole entourage and they all have to get paid first of all good jack meter maeder stop saying mater made her with the devil pale mater hey ben holiday it sure is we're recording on luther king day we're honoring the doctor dr martin luther king jude here is this maybe one of the worst films like for for like an actor of nicholson status to go out on i know like this that's rough he's threatening to do the tony erdman tony erdman remake which hasn't seemed to get i haven't heard a lot of noise about that yeah but it was kind of seemed at the time and because he had mainly sense he's not doing anything ever again he's announced intent but i wouldn't be surprised if this ends up being his last film the other one that's very similar to this is gene hackman welcome to move sport yes but here's another point i wanna make yeah mickelson had he not them this movie his last movie would have been the bucket list which is a worst movie to go out on men how do you know yes a bigger hit i don't care have you seen that movie no i can't too short it's it's on the opposite of my book and write what is it list recording episode on the movie how do you know on martin luther king day.

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"erdman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"erdman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"What's the film it's aguirre spaniel spanish and it's anything you want so he's about to france two girls in mid thirties and and there are very lost but at the same time the big fight about with some something very stupid so alaba story about two two girlfriends it was a very international production because you had marin adder she directed tony erdman so she was an executive producer on this wasn't she so whiz pablo lorraine who made the brilliant film jackie do you think you'll continue with this little family of of people because it's like wes anderson always works with the same i notice it more and more filmmakers are creating little families through israel in the other hand i had this idea of becoming a director and also is like you trying to find your own your own path so it's like it is like a family but at the same time as every family you went to skate from the family well may your escape joyful losing the bridge is a scandinavian crime tv series that's been seen in over one hundred countries it's a co production between sweden and denmark justice the two detectives are from either side of the bridge that connects the two countries and the cities of malmoe and copenhagen the character of the devoted swedish detective saga norian has captivated surprised confused.

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"erdman" Discussed on Pantsuit Politics

Pantsuit Politics

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"erdman" Discussed on Pantsuit Politics

"It also encourages meant ever apologise erdman a mistake the latter exasperates the prior men and any perpetrator need to own their actions to reduce a sexual assaults from happening to me this starts with an honest open self reflective conversation about sex consent and one owns one behavior so here's my story as a freshman a college i committed sexual assault i had a sexual interactions with a woman did not ask and eventually found out that she didn't want the interaction the rest of the details that we commonly used a victim blamed do not matter it took here in a friend story to appreciate that just because someone doesn't say no does it mean yes as the similarities between my friends description my scenario started to register over the following days weeks and months i realize it doesn't matter she didn't say no it doesn't matter if you were already consensually naked it doesn't matter it matters that acted without permission at this point one has to options one can deny saying that isn't rape sexual assault to resolve your cognitive dissonance by changing your definition of assault or one can change their behaviour to ensure it doesn't ever happen again in our culture because rape assault is understandably considered an irredeemable act most people choose to deny their actions or explain why their situation is an assault to rape as far as i can tell few change their behaviour because it requires admitting fault i was fortunate to go to a small liberal arts school that openly discuss sexual assault ways to prevent it though at sexual assault meant in the real world took a long time to register our society tells us men have sex and a woman who flirts went sex for falling three years i worked as an ira and this real several female residents confided similar experience to me i did my best to be supportive in receptive and obviously never shared within this with them definitely not the time or place to be selfish than the less afterwards i would hate myself more and more the best guy could do is take accountability and be sure other women weren't hurt by my actions as an ira i worked with long with the local sexual assault recovery program and madaree programming to.

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