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"gartrell" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
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"gartrell" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
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"gartrell" Discussed on Get Up!
"Really know you know will team signed him this season I agree. And of course there are far more important things here than whether any one individual plays football, but I do think it would be a signal of something so much larger if he were to get signed. We'll see if it does wind up happening. I want to play something that Nick said yesterday. Our friend Dominic Foxworth was here talking about why in his view, the owners of the NFL teams should just do. What's right when it comes to player protests. Here's what he said. Like. How much money do need to be free? How much leverage and flexibility you need to stand up for what's right like? They have no bosses. There's no one who can do anything with them. They are billionaires. Do what's right because it's right, not because you're trying to make a buck, you don't need anymore. Your House can't get any bigger. You don't need another plane or helicopter yacht like be free. Be Honest and be truthful in his moment dough. Come on and. And say it because you think is right, or because you think it's going to sell tickets or appease your players. Say it because you have the luxury to be able to say and do the things that are important in this moment. Because can't nobody do nothing to you? They can take things for me could take things from your employees. They can't take nothing from you. Be Honest and be true to who you are and be true to what you believe in. I thought that was fascinating, and we have seen during this period of time. A lot of people come to view issues differently. Perhaps we saw that and drew brees certainly last weekend. Maybe other so Jeff, you've dealt with the NFL owners a lot in negotiating and things like that. Do you anticipate that they will see things differently than they did three and four years ago? Do you think there will be a different stance from the NFL owners when it comes to players a peacefully protesting during the national anthem? Well first of all love Fox I mean. That's my guy anyway, so so I love how he phrases things just that the attitude that he comes you with it man I mean you know I? I love him so I would say this. You know as I look at my life. My life has been one that has been directly affected affected in a positive manner from strong black leadership, starting with my high school football coach Ron Gartrell coaches in college. College when I acting a fool Jeff Mad dog mad, he'd get me straight away. Tony Dungy Jim call welcome name, a dozen, and obviously my relationships in locker rooms. Even my faith journey has been greatly impacted by by black men, and so as I look at my life, my life is better because of these relationships and I you know a guy from my church, and African American said this weekend. You know relationships are what help resolve really. If, you're an owner of a national football team, your relationships in the locker room should matter right like we should feel the pain bit men that we trust that we love that we care about are going through, and so when they're when they are are are crying out for change and what needs to be. Men need to step up and say hey, what can I do, listen? Maybe you don't know. Maybe you haven't had those experiences, but. But now is a great time to not just listen to at the to make this country a better place to live in to to make the change that you know as fossil in the knicks point. You don't have anything to lose. Step up where you can help help where men that you know in our who are applying for your football team. You hear their cries. You understand you may not have ever experienced. I'm no I have not. I love those men and I'll walk with them. When they asked me to an interesting way to look at that, I think it was worth pointing out. From what I know I don't know that there are many NFL owners who have closer relationships with their players and Jerry Jones does in Dallas, and yet he was maybe the most vocal when this was going on several years ago in opposition to the protests, so so cliff I'll ask you a player who did take part in those? What did you hear from? From the the ownership there in Seattle and when you were playing very Paul Allen and perhaps any other NFL owners that you may have encountered. Well you know the great thing about being here Seattle one of the few teams during the protests. Coach Gerald Paul Allen both of those guys. They didn't push back when it came down. Guys protest as you can see. A lot of us sat down during the pro to protest, and there wasn't any pushback. We had meetings in the locker room or in a team meetings. Where we bring different activists in, so they can learn as well right because it was more than football to those guys I think that was really really cool to see I. Mean you listen to Coast? Carol some of his messages. He understood the message that I think that's the. The biggest piece he never, he never thought it was about the flag. He always knew and understood the and I think that's the point that we need to push is the message is about up up? Police, brutality and equality different things like that that guys are fighting for and I. Think our Locker Room. One of the few we were able to capitalize that as far as be able to protest and bill make sure we are heard, and they had no issues with that, but I'll give you the final word here. What are your final thoughts? Green I. Truly believe that what we deal with inside the locker room is just a microcosm of what real-life is. Let's just take the drew brees incident that happened last week in removed the name drew brees, and here you have one of the richest players in the NFL who was inside of his bubble in his bubble. Simply his life was perfect, his life with great, and he had a belief that was selfish that him based on his. His grandparents and how he grew up in that's how he viewed light, and allowed him to make the statements that he made now magnified that.
"gartrell" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"At all metro north stations assemblywoman Amy Paulin still has questions as to how this plan would benefit writers one of the increases in operating and maintenance costs of the parking lots where they've fallen short how much of the revenue goes to this purpose for other uses she testified at the MTA's November board meeting she says she was happy to hear that the board decided to postpone the topic to December's meeting saying the proposal was made last minute if the proposal had been approved by this committee and the board adopted it there would have been no opportunity for public input the MTA wasn't available for comment but did confirm that the proposal will be discussed next month critically Shian WCBS newsradio eight eighty Connecticut governor Ned Lamont is looking at may be holding several town hall style meetings around the state to the seller's revise transportation improvement plan which includes putting tolls on about fourteen bridges and tolls usually do not give people jumping for joy to want to support so Lamont said Tuesday that the meetings will be a good chance to explain his case for needing their ten year twenty one billion dollar proposal that at first look to reinstall highway tolls to lawmakers made it clear that would not go over well two nine millimeter hand guns eighty six bullets we need and New Jersey transit cops being it was crystal meth all found on forty one year old Curtis Gartrell of Ohio who is a took off running last wins the once the bus pulled into Newark Penn station a cop state they are actually call to the bus not because somebody spotted guns and drugs now but because they say Cantrell got into a fight during the greyhound bus ride beat up Amanda then snitched on a it's three twenty two close to the doctors and these are the doctor's orders you know someone who consumes things that are non food substances it's actually a medical disorder called pica characterized by an appetite for non nutritive products to just sing and cornstarch even clay sometimes be a sign of nutrient deficiencies in an individual where there is a deficiency and essential minerals the most important thing to do consult your doctor he will likely test your blood for.
"gartrell" Discussed on KOMO
"For a yeah come on city council Canada to drop out of the race because he slapped a phone out of a woman's hands more on that from Cuomo's francolins is just hours after vote total showed canton Gartrell making it past the primary and into the general election receive Cotterill posted video of the incident on Facebook she says her trial was drunk and harassing her and her friends she says when she confronted him he had the phone out of her hands she says he then made fun of her Mexican ancestry started calling me you can even pull you can't even I'm very open in my community about my status of being an undocumented immigrants trail says she harassed him but that hitting the phone out of her hands is something he regrets signal is a natural reject reaction to push it's fallen out of my way and that's what I'm apologizing for carry on once guardrail to end his run for Yakima city council Frank Lenzi components time now to head to the Harley exterior sports desk and here's Tom Hudler the C. Opry season began with a twenty two fourteen whatever Denver last night many regulars including starting quarterback Russell Wilson sat out the coach Pete Carroll summed up a as a special win okay I thought that the the thing that I like the most was the was the statements to special teams made that there they want to do something they want men when they want to be something and a big part of this team and the effort on the coverage was just fantastic excellent through for a score ran for another as he battles Gino Smith for the backup quarterback spot Seattle storm with a win over Dallas sixty nine fifty seven a step three game losing streak Tampa Bay in town tonight to open a three game weekend series with the mariners and Sounders picking up a couple of players yet today Emmanuel to teeny a and also infielder midfielder Louie Silva as they get ready for a match with New England tomorrow one o'clock at CenturyLink field sports attentive forty past the hour Tom on the home of the Huskies come on come on it's time six twelve is a big weekend for mariners legend Edgar Martinez the hall of Famer the mariners are gonna be celebrating his induction into the hall which happened last month all it's all starts this morning Edgar will be raising a flag at the top of the space needle that has his number eleven on it the B. special giveaways and events soul at all three of the mariners games this weekend come on his time six twelve just days after laying at Sears a Kennedy killed to rest the Kennedy family is delivering a new message about mental health former congressman Patrick Kennedy searches because in sharing an op ed for USA today so you're sure.
"gartrell" Discussed on Marathon Talk
"He says in one day great fun field comport pies and rice pudding Wayne Walker at the L._C._d.. Elsie wwl's marathon in Tembe twenty four hour. Did this event three years ago three thirty six to twelve minutes off. That's time on a hit email. The Tembe Tembe L._Z._W.'s long course weekend of course eighteen minutes. John Simpson Monaco's marathon in two fifty eight fifty three. I sub three says John After missing by eight. Take seconds last year well done John runner-up Brad Gartrell the Goa coast marathon two fifty eight forty just sneaking ahead of John Simpson Brad says I maratha jumped on a three hour bus perfect affects the way Pacers did offensive pattern sub three well done but Chris free land the Mad Marathan in Whitefield Vermont into fifty five twenty six marathon. He Says S. claims to be the world's most beautiful marathon. He says this was probably the hardest marathon I've run to date. There really isn't any way to one hundred percent to prepare for race like this. When you leave at sea level? There's two thousand one hundred plus feet of elevation changes makes the body feel some kind of way. He says Nice on the women's potent two inches this week Karen prowse the Gulf coast marathon than four hundred thousand nine five inspired by Brian Williams. I tell you what he's getting everywhere. These days I took to the streets of the Gold Coast to run my first of American after complete soaking on the start line there was reprieved the federal weather and the Sun Mary's come out absolutely over the uh-huh four hours and thirteen minutes fantastic engine growl at Saint Magnus Marathon in orkney three thirty seven seventeen is such fantastic event well organized and friendly almost almost unknown also most accurate markers of course Mugabe of done fantastic family support hallway round which really helps in tough conditions three minutes Loma P._b.. which would have been happy with set for a second female boots on a large glass trophy and a bottle of GIN which I guess I'm GonNa have to drink now goodie bag and metal to the best thing circuit local budgies plus free booze vouchers so gene and booze thoroughly recommend making the trip to the U._K.'s northern most.
"gartrell" Discussed on KQED Radio
"And batons and shields. But they're actually spraying a lot of pepper spray through the people who are actually just trying to defend themselves and actually verifiable thing that have never really happened to a lot of citizens. Protesters are concerned about the integrity of the territory civil rights judicial system watermelons are casting ballots for president today. Nineteen candidates are running many promising to stem migration to the US this. Is NPR from K, Q, E, D news. I'm Jeremy Siegel. A concord man is in custody after being arrested for allegedly threatening online to conduct mass shooting against Jews. The East Bay times reports the FBI received a tip last week from the video game platform steam, the twenty three year old Anthony Farka had repeatedly posted about wanting to kill Jewish, people reporter Nate Gartrell suspects. Uh screen name was off Hitler and then six million, which is obviously a reference to the number of Jews that were killed during the holocaust, and there's even a comment about wanting to livestream the massacre, while wearing a Nazi even form. Farkas next court appearance is scheduled for later this month. Santa Clara county wants to help more transgender residents. Find work in local government kick, you Sarah Husseini reports. Nearly a dozen county agencies held the area's first transgender job fair on Saturday. You wanna go with an Asher tone. So does in look how to place at the Billy to Frank L G P T center in San Jose? Michelle Supriyanto gets tips on using powder to fill in her hairline before going down to check out the recruitment booths soprano came out as transgender lead in life, just three years ago. Transitioning, it was a concern to me about what it was going to do to my career. How hard it would be refined another job or how would be accepted, even with in my own space, Cipriano is a successful entrepreneur, who's interested in government work the economic outlook for transgender people as a whole stark, they report three times, the unemployment rates and four times the chances of having a household income under ten thousand dollars. Supervisor. Cindy Chavez says she hopes the county can make dent locally. We're the third largest employer.
"gartrell" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Pacific plastic. Patch? We look at the impact it's having then scientists say fetal tissue is critical for studying life threatening illnesses, but on Wednesday the Trump administration announced it would cut funding for medical research, using fetal tissue. That's had an immediate hit on research being done at UCSF. We also look at the broader impact join us next on forum. Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm Janine Herbst. When I was press secretary, Sarah Sanders says while there has been some progress in talks between the US and Mexico on trade and immigration the president's position hasn't changed a five percent tariff on goods imported from Mexico will take affect Monday, the talks are underway. Again, today, Trump is trying to pressure Mexico into stemming the flow of Central American migrants across their country, come to the US water seeking asylum. The US says it will lodge a formal diplomatic protest over what it called an, unsafe and unprofessional naval maneuver, by Russian warship in the western Pacific. While Russia says the US vessel was at fault and piers Anthony reports from Seoul that the incident happened in international waters. Russian Pacific fleet accuses the USS chancellor's, Ville of cutting in front of his anti-submarine ship, the Admiral via ground of the Japan based US, seventh fleet to which the chancellor's Ville belongs says the US ship. Was on a steady course trying to let a helicopter land on its deck when the Russian ship came at it from the side the chancellor's Ville. It says had to throw its engines in reverse to avoid a collision, the seventh, fleet says the US ships actions were unsafe unprofessional and violated maritime rules of the road. Anthony Kuhn in PR news. Soul. A new NPR Pius news hour Marissa poll finds widespread support among Americans for the Roe v Wade's of print court decision that legalized abortion nationwide. But as NPR, Serra mccamman reports, a majority of respondents, also support some restrictions on abortion more than three quarters of survey respondents said they want the court to uphold Roe v. Wade only thirteen percent want to overturn it still the survey. Paints, a complicated picture of public opinion on abortion, more than a quarter of respondents said, they want to keep row, but add more restrictions about one in five went to expand it to allow for abortion, under any circumstances. Overall few Americans expressed total opposition to or support for abortion rights eighteen percent said the procedure should be available at any time during pregnancy. Nine percent, said it should never be allowed under any circumstances. Sarah mccamman, NPR news. You employers added fewer jobs than expected last month. The Labor Department says just seventy five thousand job. Were created. But conham is huge on Johnson adviser says there was one bright spot in the report on employment rate remaining unchanged at three point six percent. Maybe that's a little bit of a silver lining be behind, what otherwise might be called a little bit of a dark cloud. But the every hour average hourly wage rose just three point one percent in may from year earlier, smallest annual increase since September street is trading higher. The Dow was of three hundred twenty three points at twenty six thousand forty five. The NASDAQ is up one hundred forty three points at seventy seven fifty nine, the S P five hundred is up thirty eight. You're listening to NPR news from Washington from K, Q, E, D, news, Tiffany, Cam, high federal, prosecutors have indicted sixteen alleged members of one of California's most notorious prison gains, the area and brotherhood. The charges were unsealed yesterday. They area newsgroup reporter Nate Gartrell says they include racketeering, among other crimes. Everything from drug smuggling into prison to fairly sophisticated plots to take cellphones and other contraband into prison cells, as well as straight up murder plots some of which were carried out and some of which thirties intercepted and saved the intended victims from having any armed come to them. Nine of the defendants are currently in prison. Some serving life sentences Gartrell says, if convicted they will probably be transferred to maximum security, federal, facilities, effectively shutting them off from further gang activity, health insurance, giant, anthem Blue Cross will have to improve its method for resolving customer issues after state officials found the company, mishandled grievances. Here's katie's Kate wolf as part of an agreement with the California Department of managed health care, anthem, must pay a two point eight million dollar fine for mishandling complaints about care coverage. They also agreed to invest eight point four million dollars into. Their grievance and appeals process. The department says anthem committed about two hundred fifty violations from twenty thirteen through twenty sixteen and miss classified grievances. As inquiries anthem says they are making changes to.
"gartrell" Discussed on KCRW
"It's six fifty one. This is the California report. Good morning. I'm lily Jamali. The Trump administration has abruptly cancelled millions of dollars in federal funding for fetal tissue research at UC, San Francisco as Kiedis Peter Jon Shuler, reports bay area congresswoman, Anna issue is sharply critical of that decision. The department of health and human services announced it was ending the decades-long partnership between UCSF and the national institutes of health, the program uses human fetal tissue to look for a cure, for HIV the department statement, sites, the Trump administration's priority of promoting the dignity of human life SU who chairs the house, subcommittee, that oversees that apartment says an statement that the decision puts politics over progress. She says fetal tissue research has led to numerous vaccines and treatments that save millions of lives and calls the move a blow against science for the California report. I'm Peter Jon Shuler federal. Prosecutors have indicted sixteen alleged members of one of California's most notorious prison, gangs, the area and brotherhood, the charges were unsealed yesterday. Bay area news group reporter Nate Gartrell says they include racketeering, and if a Ryan of other crimes everything from drug smuggling into prison to fairly sophisticated plots to take cellphones and other contraband into prison cells, as well as straight up murder plots some of which were carried out and some of which thirties intercepted and saved the intended victims from having any arm come to them. Although six of the defendants are already serving life sentences and three others are also in prison. Gartrell says if convicted on these charges they would likely be transferred to maximum security, federal facilities, effectively shutting them off from further gang activity. Let's head north now to Butte county where around two hundred paradise high school students graduated last night. It was a homecoming for students who haven't been able. To attend school on the campus since November's campfire, seven months after that tragedy last night, students to celebrate the milestone for member station. K RCB Adia white has the story. Students from paradise highs class of twenty nineteen we're giddy filed into two lines senior McKinsey Anderson stood in a sea of green and white roped graduates, all very homesick, and we're back home graduating, I feel really exciting thing after the campfire raise the town of paradise last November these seniors were shuffled from an online learning classroom to spare building Chico airport their schools to damage by the fire to return, but thanks to a hefty donation, the football field was repaired in time for fashion. Senior Sophia defended at DOE. Never thought she'd be able to accept her diploma on our home campus. I've been waiting for this day since my freshman the air. And when the fire happened that it wasn't gonna graduating here wasn't gonna happen. So. It out when they told us graduating here got really excited like so many of her classmates, even though last or home, the campfire her family now lives in a two bedroom apartment and Chico where she shares a room with her brother, I lived in this in that home, the one down for thirteen or fourteen years. So the bay a change, and we moved to what would be a city compared to paradise, and it's very different. It's you hear people in the middle of the night, which is something, I would not here. Site that just to that, both, even though Anderson will be attending college in the fall, neither assure what they will study yet. But right now that doesn't matter despite the destruction all around them. They've made it through the school year. For the California report. I'm Adia white on the football.
"gartrell" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"Sink. I'm just like you. And I don't like that. I don't wanna be a one up, but I lived in a shit box that wasn't demolished some years ago that was eight hundred fifty square feet with no heat and no air. No hope and we had a garbage disposal. So that can't be your bar. You can't be your measure your unit of measurement for poor people because we were poor and we had a garbage disposal because everyone had a garbage disposal. Like you had a water heaters. Like, it was just an appliance that was in your house poor people at water heaters and rich. We've what I've lived in plenty of places without garbage disposal. But I still know what one is or or or dishwasher, you know, walk into someone's what is the dishwasher, and I know what a dishwasher, or if you rent like, you don't every time you walk by. So this house and the sprinklers. Go off what is the or Serena like it? Yeah. And also we were talking about this yesterday a competition to prove who was poor. And who is for that? It is. This nation police stop going. I know look, it's all. Woke units the more woke units. I can get the better chance I'm going to have. So I'm a woman. Okay. Here's to walk units. I'm hispanic. Here's a couple of woke units. I was a victim of of incest or molestation rape. Okay. Here's a couple of woke units. I was poor. Here's a couple of woke in. We'll give you more how how poor I don't know. What a governor's. Okay. Here's here's a four for you. More woke units now. I've Range Rover. Ooh. Some of those. All right. So you don't believe it. You know, how how could one believe that? Well, here's maybe she never had one. Geno fi garbage disposal. I would believe that what first off if you can identify Gars. You're you may be the richest person on the planet. Donald Trump has ever worked on he thinks Jimmy handle vodka. Kinda dare it with avocado husk. No. What the point of this thing? I I wrote it on a posted. I stuck into the marble back splash and yet. Here we go. No spaghetti. No, ex- shells. No have to say that. God damn weird. Allen ranch thing came with thing. I taped it to the side of it when I'm stalled it. Now, it's called fucking drawer with all the tape measures four one screwdriver like he'd ever seen one. Either changed worked on and many many Gartrell. Now, his can't be a rich, man. Poor man because even poor people have seen you are. Right. And so the thing that a little disingenuous is she may not have had winner house. That's fine. That's that. I who could ever say that's untrue, though. It's possibly untrue. But the part where she says, I don't know what this is is her trying to get some woke units from you because she had friends. She lived in a society. She certainly went to somebody's apartment at some point. They flipped it on and said made a noise and she went what's that? Also if you're playing. So ABC's Twenty-nine plan and drilling down. But she's young and her job is I got absorb information. What's going on in the Middle East? What's going on in Palestine what's going on? But and then I have to go on the Sunday morning talk shows, but on twenty nine from Brooklyn Jenny from the block, or whatever, I don't know all this do it. And then she goes onto the talk show, and she goes the six day war nineteen sixty seven the jiffy armed the Israelis with F eighteens. And and it's like, oh where oh she went. She button boned up on something. So she wouldn't look dumb on these shows which could plan utterly fine. You could do that with guards suppose, I do believe in the time it took to make video right? But there's something that there's something that she seems like she's trying to be precious about it. And I I don't appreciate it. Well, it's because she's trying to get you to feel away about something which you should feel that way about her policies your name. But it's not about the stop with the upbringings with the where you came from. Okay. So harry. Rosal insinkerator. All right. Listen milano. But see see? Larry's a man of great passion as well. And so there's going to be an aesthetic that works. Beautiful. Oh, wait. We have a list of weeping for daughter. She'll be doing.
"gartrell" Discussed on The Corner
"A different world living single fresh prints and list, maybe more right after it you I'm gonna count to a millennial right now, y'all can't this respected the goddamn Cosby show this revisionist history. The now the, you know, Bill Cosby's convicted that the show wasn't good clear. Hustles greatest mother ever on television by a country mile by there's like, no woman that came close to Claire huxtable as a mother. The huxtable thing all you guys want. But there's no clear us though. I get from it. I can't think of a better mother like off of red. It's not even close late. When Denise tries to buy the car or win Vanessa gets caught liar, like Vanessa always got caught up his shifts like Claire was the truth. The episodes like there are people that argue that Bill Cosby didn't like the Cosby show wasn't black enough because they were fluid in African Americans kind of understand that argument 'cause a lot of people don't think unrealistic think that's unrealistic. However, the fact that they were in the studio with Stevie Wonder that they went to a black art auction that they I mean, they were tapped. There was so many remnants of African American culture in the Cosby show that you almost forget like how rich they were rich. They lived in Brooklyn York, you were talking about being relatable, right? And it just if you wanna put it didn't relate to much fresh print fresh prints at that same light. Affluent like, okay. But they had will that was so relatable will that the hood. Let's go with the deal. Does not even compare like wills player. We'll head bringing his friends from the hood in the crib. Like, no, no. It's not even close not relatable feels that relatable. As the kid or Denise was a relatable as the kid who was thought to be the fuck up like the Cosby show had all the remnants of black of any family. They just happen to be black. Now the first prince was enjoyable because I mean, come on man, it was like anybody really had a Carlton in their house. But I did like people enjoyed the show. But the Cosby show more man, the Cosby show, set the precedent for what family on television should look like especially with Mellon like that. That family was amazing. And there's so many episodes like were undeniable like you show me an episode anywhere with a rip all the furniture out the house and try to teach THEO the value of the dollar and getting a job. There's this hardly any episode that. Says that or the Gordon Gartrell episode man come on? It's not binge the huxtables and the Cosby show if you watch in you got ta you watch friends gluco season for sees. I'll try. Go out. It is good Janice rambling pops up. There's fun as moments like every episode. Something's funny in everything ties in to something that happened in the past. I give it a shot. But now, we gotta move on dissection active friends the audacity. Outside of that, man. There's nothing really else and Twitter on fire outside of combat sports, Rome. Combat sports took over Twitter this past week, which is a mazing unloving happens and emerges. Our to John was kind of perfectly to other thing. I did see those. Of course, the ratchets are all talking about Cardi B leaving offset today. This like the biggest thing we didn't see this coming offset got tight because he was like y'all one. I don't know y'all is probably regarding smash on the side. But the funniest part of all this that came across my time line that was like I kinda got to talk about this came from officially ice earlier today. If people don't know that you'd never been on Twitter vice been on Twitter forever. Still don't know what his job is. He's like Tommy for Mark. The foot action thing can't be real. So does something. But anyway, he has these tweets a tweet of his that blew up which is actually being agreed upon by many women, which is fucking insane. Is that and I quote, she no you cheat in the problem comes when everyone else knows you. But you don't hear me though, and everyone is agreed with this. And I did the quickest like Homer Simpson gift where he just floats into the edges. I did that topic. I was like yawn that talked about this on Twitter about talking about this on podcast 'cause we're all friends here Dray might be onto something. No, he's absolutely right. I mean, this is you shouldn't cheat in general..
"gartrell" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"You're never more than fifteen minutes from the big stories on WCBS I'm Marla diamond, briefings to know at twelve fifteen one the US economy grew four point one percent last quarter the fastest growth in four years to the fate of former New, York assembly speaker Sheldon silver is in the hands of a judge the seventy four year old faces up to ten years in. Prison after being convicted on corruption charges and three a new study. Shows that children raised by gay mothers grow up to be just as happy as children raised by heterosexual parents the report. Is, out from the national longitudinal longitudinal lesbian family study Dr net net Gartrell is the lead author and she joins us now for more, tell, us the. Results of your research well. This is a study we began in the nineteen eighties at a time when. There was considerable speculation about the future of. Mental health Of children raised by lesbian and gay parents we have, been following the first generation of children conceived by donor insemination in the United States we were particularly interested in following them all the way from birth all the, way up into adulthood because there was concern about how the adult might fair in terms of their psychological adjustment and we focused. On the age of twenty five because this is the age when. Many psychiatric disorders I appeared so what we did is we compared the twenty five year old who are born to lesbian. Parents, in our studies with a population based sample of twenty five years old and we used a standardized test to compare the two groups Relationships with their family members friends spouse partner as well as their educational and. Job performance and then we also examined their behavioral emotional and mental health problems and we found no significant differences. In the two groups on any of these assessments essentially finding that the sons and daughters of lesbians who were conceived in this first generation born through donor insemination are just. By and so much has changed in the past thirty years So much has changed in the past thirty years and yet people continue to have questions about whether Lesbians gay dad bisexual transgender parents ought to be raising children and our study essentially, provides no. Justification for restricting child custody or place motor access to reproductive technologies. Based on the parent sexual orientation. Mary interesting Dr net Gartrell, of the national longitudinal lesbian family study thanks so much for joining. Us thank you w. CBS news John twelve eighteen Time for traffic and weather together on the aids there's troubles.
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"gartrell" Discussed on Here & Now
"Student debt and unlike public hospitals for people animal clinics can be forced to turn away clients if they can't pay for services it just takes a lot of practice to reassure yourself that you've done the best that you could with the information that you had at the time over the years johnson is seen first hand how serious the consequences of stress can be one of her favourite professors died by suicide so did a surgeon who worked closely with her clinic i don't know what the answer is i don't i don't know how to fix it but i know that we need to talk about it more a study of us veterinarians found their almost twice as likely as the general population to experience psychological distress like depression and mental illness it suggests one in six have thought about suicide since graduating on a boat with the troubled with other people that holbrooke dr charles figli is a psychologist whose pioneered the study of what's called compassion fatigue it's a secondary trauma that impacts people who are constantly helping those in pain doctors for example are at risk for this emotional exhaustion which could in turn contribute to depression they have nowhere forget around looking at the r oh they required to try to figure out how to health figli compares it to secondhand smoke you inhaled troubles that aren't your own symptoms can include anxiety trouble sleeping and burnout bigley says to combat compassion fatigue with self care and support if they can transform their into working and learning from their struggle then they can transform it into stepping stone before need transformation can happen people have to recognize there is a problem dr carlos gartrell is an administrator at midwestern university arizona's only veterinary school a lot of our students are high cheever's they haven't dealt with failure before she says when she was in vet school thirty years ago there were no classes outside of science.
"gartrell" Discussed on Android Central Podcast
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"gartrell" Discussed on AP News
"The capital of israel was long overdue today we finally acknowledge the obvious that jerusalem is israel's capital israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu calls an historic day but trump is also drawn sharp criticism french president emmanuel macron says it's a regrettable decision the france does not approve a majority of senate democrats say senator al franken must resign minnesota democrat loosing support after yet another accusations of sexual misconduct california senator kamala harris this proudly in the best interest of of a lot of people that he resigns five wildfires in southern california burn mansions middleclass neighborhoods and led to the evacuation order for hundreds of thousands of people and it could get worse cal fire raising its color coded win index for tomorrow the purple the most severe level and one that has never been used before i'm tim mcguire president trump wants lewis gartrell harassment lawsuit by a former apprentice contestant blocked ap's warned levinson reports trump's lawyers say he's too busy to be suit summers irvoas who was a contest in on the future presidents tv show in two thousand six says he pushed himself on her sexually when she went to see him about a job the next year when she made her allegation public last fall after the access hollywood tape trump dismissed it is fabricated that's when she sued him for defamation a new york judge heard arguments for moving the case forward and for delaying it trump's attorney say the job of president is twenty four seven servings his lawyers say we can deposing between rounds of golf a.
"gartrell" Discussed on Ideas
"Weekend foster species are risking biodiversity we can clean the water for future generations all these robber tuiti said i think our lane there for us to pick up when we reinvented our farm one of the things that i heard from a wonderful called his name mary gartrell are she said to me everything that up you need to farm you can get from the sky which i thought was an absolutely outrageous statement but now we we sort of raptor brain around that philosophically that's what we try to do so we we begin by trying to create a perfect ecology on the farm from about diversity perspective and from opponent perspective and we try and ask her cattle to fit into that what that means rust though is that we don't produce the what we produces grass because grass vehicle that harvests the energy of the sun right so what we're doing is trying to understand that the principal energy source for farm hopefully the sun as captured by the grass we're also drives a grasses carver those those grasses breathe down carbon from the atmosphere so instead of thinking or driving a farm from fossil fuels which is the carbon that got the positive around two million years ago we're trying to cycle today's carbon now of course we can't get all the way they i'm can't possibly farm without fossil fuels but we can get closer and closer to farming more from that skype produces rough so we use grass and in fact lose to touch aggressors we use the most modern rassas that that the plant breeders can provide for us those those are cruces in grass is that provide for us in the spring in the fall seasons and there's some used native tall grass curry's native told respiration have root systems that are four meters and fight meters deep and regenerate every two years three enormous enormous carbon sequestration sheens that put tremendous organic material back on the soil were building the soil at the same time as we farm and were resilient because we've got deeprooted crops up provide frustrating the drought season those talk sprays also happen to flesh out a whole sweeter grassland birds in our host for summit aegis species like american badger said resided in i place i remember the sound of the buzzing the bees in the birds when i was on your firm last summer so in some respects.