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"georgia ellen" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

08:22 min | 2 months ago

"georgia ellen" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"In to help team stay Agile, aligned and connected, learned more in that last scene dot com. This is all things considered from NPR news. I'm Mary Louise Kelly in Washington and I'm Elsa Chang in Los Angeles. The Federal Reserve is offering a rosier forecast for the U. S economy. The central bank now says it expects the economy to grow by 6.5% this year. That is a remarkable turnaround after last year steep drop since the feds previous forecast, Congress has approved nearly $3 trillion in additional relief spending, and the public health outlook has improved as well with new Corona virus infections dropping and the pace of vaccinations ramping up To talk more about all of this. We're joined now by NPR's Scott Horsley. Hey, Scott. Good be with you Get to be with you. Okay, so tell us about this new Fed forecast. Well, the Fed says the U. S. Is bouncing back from the pandemic recession. Mork quickly than had been expected. That 6.5% growth rate you mentioned would be the fastest since the 19 eighties. The Fed also expects the unemployment rate to drop to just 4.5% by the end of this year. Now that headline number does understate the problem a little bit because it doesn't reflect the millions of people who dropped out of the workforce. But it would still be a huge improvement from the nearly 15% unemployment rate We had last April and it's a lot better than a lot of people would have expected. Yeah, I mean, this all does sound really encouraging, but How confident does the Fed seem in this outlook? Certainly more confident than it was three months ago, when the Fed issued his last forecast, You know we were in the middle of that winter spike and coronavirus cases, there was still a lot of uncertainty about how much help Congress would provide. Since then, Congress has passed two big relief bills that both included direct cash payments to most Americans, as well as expanding unemployment benefits. So that's giving money. It's giving people more money to spend. And they should also have more opportunities to spend it as covert restrictions or gradually relaxed around the country, and his people just feel more comfortable eating out and traveling and going to concerts. That kind of thing. Is Rosie is that forecast is, though Fed Chairman Jerome Powell says there is still a lot of uncertainty as this is pretty uncharted territory for the central bank. The path of the virus continues to be very important. We have these new strains, which can be quite virulent. We're clearly on a good path with cases coming down. We're not done and I'd hate to see us Take her our eye off the ball. Course. The Fed itself is also that allowed to support the economic recovery and pal promised to keep that up. But I thought we've been hearing a lot of warnings that all of this extra spending could spark a surgeon. Inflation, So I mean, you know that's rattled the stock market in recent weeks. What is the Fed's saying about all that? They're not too concerned. You know. For years, the Fed's been more worried about inflation. That's too low rather than to Hi. Pelle and his colleagues do and expect some increase in prices this year as people start to spend money more freely. The palace says that should be both manageable and temporary. You could only go out to dinner once per night, but a lot of people could go out to dinner. It's also wouldn't be surprising. If you're seeing this now, particularly in the goods economy. They'll be bottlenecks they won't be able to serve us. All of the demand baby for a period and so that it'll turn out to be a one time sort of bulge in prices, but it won't Change inflation going forward, and investors seemed reassured by that the Dow closed above 33,000 today for the first time ever. So does this mean the Fed's going to keep interest rates near zero for a lot longer? They're certainly promising to keep rates very low for an extended period. There are some Fed officials who say we could see rates go up as early as next year. But most think any rate hike will be 2023 or maybe later. That is NPR's Scott Horsley. Thank you, Scott. Welcome. To Georgia, known where the man accused of killing eight people at three different massage parlors yesterday, has been charged with murder. He will appear in court tomorrow to be arraigned. There is a lot we still don't know. But officials did release a few details about the suspect any possible motive. The alleged gunman told police that the killings were not motivated by race, even though six of those killed were Asian women. For more. Let's go to Ellen Eldridge of Georgia Public Broadcasting. Hey, Ellen. Hi. Give us a little more detail, please On what we have learned from authorities today. Well this morning, the authorities held a news conference and they said the 21 year old suspect, Robin Aaron, Long told them that he'd been a sex addict. They had some indications that he had visited some massage parlors and spas previously. And that he told investigators, Thies locations were a quote temptation that he wanted to eliminate Authorities say he claims that the killings were not racially or politically motivated. But he was arrested several hours away in South Georgia and when when they did so, they said that they found a gun in his car and the believed he was planning to commit more violence in Florida at some kind of corn industry. Well, give us a sense of what people in Georgia are saying you live in Cherokee County. That's where the first shootings happened. I know you've been out talking to people. What are you hearing? Well, Originally, a lot of the people in Cherokee County they thought that this might be a hate crime. But we know now that well, we know the suspect is saying that they were not racially motivated. It's just not playing well here. The law enforcement went to great lengths to say that the killings, at least according to the sub SPECT, we're not about race. Cherokee County is predominantly white. It's about 30 Miles north of Atlanta. It's a Republican County that voted for Trump heavily in 2016 and 2020. And overall, the killings have really sad and people here one resident DJ climber, she said that racism has to be part. Of the discussion about what happened. Some of the white people in Cherokee County choose to look away from the existence of racism in Cherokee County. They don't think that it's here, even when it's staring them in the face. They still want to look at it as like a one off thing, one terrible person versus a systemic issue. And for the Asian Americans who do live here in Cherokee County. It feels a lot like the killings were racially motivated. It just it seems like the alleged government is trying to absolve himself of responsibility for what happened. Ellen, did you ask any of the people? You talked to you about the particular kinds of businesses that were targeted? Yeah. The the businesses that were targeted were Asian owned businesses. And you know, as we mentioned, six of the eight people were Asian women of Asian descent. On. Do we know that the conversation It's not just about race? There's another layer that's about sex work. We spoke to a human rights activist in Atlanta can yet to show Barnes and she believes that the suspects violence against these women was driven by entitlement and a sense of white privilege. They were targeted based on race, So his sex addiction tends to be Asian women, which, as a woman of color does this work really unpacking kind of mostly white men's federalization and with Asian women with black women with Latino women at the root of a lot of that. Is racism. And it's been in the past year well documented that crimes against Asian Americans across the United States has soared more than doubling amid the Corona virus pandemic. We will leave it there for now. That is Ellen Eldridge of Georgia. Public Broadcasting in Woodstock. Georgia. Ellen, Thanks for your reporting today. Thank you. Biden administration wants to stem the flow of migrants to the southern border by addressing why people leave Central America in the first place things like violence and corruption. Tomorrow on morning edition. A look at why solving these problems.

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"georgia ellen" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

03:19 min | 1 year ago

"georgia ellen" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Of confirmed coronavirus cases worldwide passed the one million threshold Thursday the latest indication of the pandemic's growing food hall hold on the globe those numbers according to Johns Hopkins University that count representing confirmed cases it's thought to be much higher though in the U. S. White House coronavirus task force coordinator Dr Deborah bricks warned that the Michigan Indiana and Connecticut are the next hot spots here at home I'm just to give you the bottom line data of what we're seeing restate the groups who are reporting not everyone is reporting yet and this is part of us trying to understand at a very granular level we do have two states that do have thirty five percent positive and that's New York in New Jersey so that confirms very clearly that that's a very clear and important hot sun Louisiana though has twenty six percent of their tests are positive Michigan Connecticut Indiana Georgia Ellen noise so that should tell you where the next hot spots are coming art fifteen percent test positive and then Colorado DC Rhode Island and Massachusetts are at thirteen percent there's a significant number of states still under ten percent everyone that I didn't discuss California and Washington remain steady at an eight percent rate so what we're seeing finally is testing improving more testing being done still a high level of negatives in states without hot spots allowing them to do more of this surveillance and containment and then prioritizing this new rapid test kit to those areas that may not have the same amount of access to the Indian health services and to the public health institutions and the public house in state labs so that they can use that and start forward leaning into surveillance now we know that our people waiting for tests and they're waiting for test because when these areas became very when they got into the logarithmic curve we prioritize people who's this decision is where the test decision would make it critical for their care and so we put prioritize hospitals and we prioritized nurses and doctors and frontline workers so that means if you went through the drive through are you went to your doctor you could have that a lot that delay now Washington governor Jay Inslee meanwhile Thursday extending orders to keep nonessential businesses closed and most of the states more than seven million at home for may fourth saying social distancing must remain in place an additional month in order to minimize the spread it comes as slight progress is reported on a flattening that curve the rear admiral in charge of the military's distribution of medical supplies has six cargo planes carrying badly needed medical supplies from overseas it landed so far in the U. S. in twenty eight more are planned in the coming weeks but in delivering his remarks were admiral John Paul wicks said that the government is delivering those products to medical supply companies rather than directly to the facilities in need the rear admiral says that is the supply chain works president asked me to get more healthcare workers health.

"georgia ellen" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"georgia ellen" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Has twenty six percent of their tests are positive Michigan Connecticut Indiana Georgia Ellen noise so that should tell you where the next hot spots are coming are at fifteen percent test positive and then Colorado DC Rhode Island and Massachusetts are at thirteen percent there's a significant number of states still under ten percent everyone that I didn't discuss California and Washington remains steady at an eight percent rate so what we're seeing finally is testing improving more testing being done still a high level of negatives in states without hot spots allowing them to do more of this surveillance and containment and then prioritizing this new rapid test kit to those areas that may not have the same amount of access to the Indian health services and to the public health institutions and the public house in state labs so that they can use that and start forward leaning into surveillance now we know that our people waiting for test and they're waiting for task because when these areas became very when they got into the logarithmic curve we prioritize people who's this decisions where the test decision would make it critical for their care and so we put prioritized hospitals and we prioritized nurses and doctors and frontline workers so that means if you went through the drive through are you went to your doctor you could have that a lot that delay now Washington governor Jay Inslee meanwhile Thursday extending orders to keep nonessential businesses closed in most of the states more than seven million at home through may fourth saying social distancing must remain in place an additional month in order to minimize the spread it comes as slight progress is reported on a flattening that curve the rear admiral in charge of the military's distribution of medical supplies has six cargo planes carrying badly needed medical supplies from overseas it landed so far in the U. S. in twenty eight more are planned in the coming weeks but in delivering his remarks were admiral John Paula weeks said that the government is delivering those products to medical supply companies rather than directly to the facilities in need of the rear admiral says that is how the supply chain works the president asked me to get more healthcare workers for health care workers going to hand over a list of our two hundred thousand is going out as as we are specific about.

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"georgia ellen" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

06:46 min | 1 year ago

"georgia ellen" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Sedan thank you so I hope you got from that conference today that were triangulated ing data that we know from the case numbers the testing numbers the supply chain numbers to create an integrated picture so that we can really support hospitals in their needs and I think that level of granularity is really critical secondly I just want to make the point that we really applaud the governors that are looking at a whole of state or a whole of metro approach and what do I mean by that the United States going into this had about a hundred and sixty thousand ventilators across the United States and another sixty to seventy thousand anesthesia machines that's about five times what most of the European countries have but it's a matter of distribution to needy and I really applaud the governors that are bringing together their public hospitals with their more private hospitals and their crew visibility across their state because what we tried to talk about yesterday is every state every county is different that's why we're looking at it at that level of granularity and as we move through this epidemic the needs need to be very tailored to those counties and frankly those hospitals I mean there's a reason why the president and Mr Kushner have been very much involved in finding out what the public hospitals need why is that because that public hospitals sometimes have the weakest supply chain because they're often sometimes not as attractive to private sector distributors or they may be too busy caring for the needs of patients to be really on top of their order forms and their supply chains so really listening to the community that at the front of the of this fight and getting feedback from those specific communities no matter where they are and listening to the frontline health care workers because it's their reality that is important to all of us whether you're the mayor or the governor or the federal government and if they're saying they need something we have to work together to supply that and so that's what you're seeing with this triangulation every county will move through this differently and that allows us to move around these vital issues that protect the frontline health care workers and protect the patients through the ventilators to make sure that the supply chain is aligned with the need as it happens now you have to have a very good data in order to be willing to work in that level of granularity and that's what we've been working on to really develop that level of granularity to ensure that so I just wanted to say one other thing about testing I'm just to give you the bottom line data of what we're seeing we appreciate the groups who are reporting not everyone is reporting that and this is part of us trying to understand at a very granular level we do have two states that do have thirty five percent positive and that's New York in New Jersey so that confirms very clearly that that's a very clear and important hot sun Louisiana though has twenty six percent of their tests are positive Michigan Connecticut Indiana Georgia Ellen noise so that should tell you where the next hot spots are coming art fifteen percent because positive and then Colorado DC Rhode Island and Massachusetts are at thirteen percent there's a significant number of states still under ten percent everyone that I didn't discuss California and Washington remain steady at an eight percent rate so what we're seeing finally is testing improving more testing being done still a high level of negatives in states without hot spot allowing them to do more of this surveillance and containment and then prioritizing this new rapid test kit to those areas that may not have the same amount of access to the Indian health services and to the public health institutions and the public house in state labs so that they can use that and start forward leaning into surveillance now we know that our people waiting for test and they're waiting for tasks because when these areas became very when they got into the logarithmic curve we prioritize people who's this decisions where the test decision would make it critical for their care and so we put prioritize hospitals and we prioritized nurses and doctors and frontline workers so that means if you went through the drive through are you went to your doctor you could have that a lot that delay so the mass so what I tried to give you is how we're using data in a very granular way and so there are there is experience all data when you look at communities that have often time utilize mass in general for personal protection for when they particularly are themselves sick and have used their mask in public and we looked at the rate of this could cover nineteen in those populations and then we're looking at the scientific evidence to bring those two pieces together let me just say one thing that the most important thing is the social distancing and washing your hands and we don't want people to get an artificial sense of protection because they're behind a mask because it they're touching things remember your eyes are not in the mass so if you're touching things and then touching your eyes you're exposing yourself in the same way so we don't want people to feel like I'm wearing a mask I'm protected and I'm protecting others you may be protecting others but don't get a false sense of security that that mask is protecting you exclusively from getting infected because there are other ways that you can get infected because the number of a symptomatic and mild cases that are out there and said this worries us and that's why the debates continuing about the mask because we don't want it we were trying to send a signal that every single person in this country needs to stay six feet away from everybody that needs to be washing their hands constantly and know where their hands are to send a signal that we think a mask is equivalent to those pieces so when they were when the advisory comes out it will be an additive piece if it comes out rather than saying this is a substitute for and we want to make sure everybody understands it is not a substitute for the presidential guidelines that have already gone out and to be absolutely clear about that.

"georgia ellen" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"georgia ellen" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"Their reality that is important to all of us whether you're the mayor or the governor or the federal government and if they're saying they need something we have to work together to supply that and so that's what you're seeing with this triangulation every county will move through this differently and that allows us to move around these vital issues that protect the frontline health care workers and protect the patients through the ventilators to make sure that the supply chain is aligned with the need as it happens now you have to have very good data in order to be willing to work in that level of granularity and that's what we've been working on to really develop that level of granularity to ensure that so I just wanted to say one other thing about testing I'm just to give you the bottom line data of what we're see king we appreciate the groups who are reporting not everyone is reporting that and this is part of us trying to understand at a very granular level we do have two states that do have thirty five percent positive and that's New York in New Jersey so that confirms very clearly that that's a very clear and important hot sun Louisiana though has twenty six percent of their tests are positive Michigan Connecticut Indiana Georgia Ellen noise so that should tell you where the next hot spots are coming are at fifteen percent because positive and then Colorado DC Rhode Island and Massachusetts are at thirteen percent there's a significant number of states still under ten percent everyone that I didn't discuss California and Washington remain steady at an eight percent.

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"georgia ellen" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

06:29 min | 1 year ago

"georgia ellen" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"The supply chain numbers to create an integrated picture so that we can really support hospitals in their needs and I think that level of granularity is really critical secondly I just want to make the point that we really applaud the governors that are looking at a whole of state our whole of metro approaching what do I mean by that the United States going into this had about a hundred and sixty thousand ventilators across the United States and another sixty to seventy thousand anesthesia machines that's about five times what most of the European countries have but it's a matter of distribution to need and I really applaud the governors that are bringing together their public hospitals with their more private hospitals and their crew visibility across their state because what we tried to talk about yesterday is every state every county is different that's why we're looking at it at that level of granularity and as we move through this epidemic the needs need to be very tailored to those counties and frankly those hospitals I mean there's a reason why the president and Mr Kushner have been very much involved in finding out what the public hospitals need why is that because that public hospitals sometimes have the weakest supply chain because they're often sometimes not as attractive to private sector distributors or they may be too busy caring for the needs of patients to be really on top of their order forms and their supply chains so really listening to the community that's at the front of the of this fight and getting feedback from those specific communities no matter where they are and listening to the frontline health care workers because it's their reality that it's important to all of us whether you're the mayor or the governor or the federal government and if they're saying they need something we have to work together to supply that and so that's what you're seeing with this triangulation every county will move through this differently and that allows us to move around these vital issues that protect the frontline health care workers and protect the patients through the ventilators to make sure that the supply chain is aligned with the need as it happens now you have to have a very good data in order to be willing to work in that level of granularity and that's what we've been working on to really develop that level of granularity to ensure that so I just wanted to say one other thing about testing I'm just to give you the bottom line data of what we're seeing we appreciate the groups who are reporting not everyone is reporting that and this is part of us trying to understand at a very granular level we do have two states that do have thirty five percent positive and that's New York in New Jersey so that confirms very clearly that that's a very clear and important hot sun Louisiana though has twenty six percent of their tests are positive Michigan Connecticut Indiana Georgia Ellen noise so that should tell you where the next hot spots are coming are at fifteen percent test positive and then Colorado DC Rhode Island and Massachusetts are at thirteen percent there's a significant number of states still under ten percent everyone that I didn't discuss California and Washington remain steady at an eight percent rate so what we're seeing finally is testing improving more testing being done still a high level of negatives in states without hot spots allowing them to do more of this surveillance and containment and then prioritizing this new rapid test kit to those areas that may not have the same amount of access to the Indian health services and to the public health institutions and the public house in state labs so that they can use that and start forward leaning into surveillance now we know that our people waiting for test and they're waiting for test because when these areas became very when they got into the logarithmic curve we prioritize people who's this decisions where the test decision would make it critical for their care and so we pop prioritize hospitals and we prioritized nurses and doctors and frontline workers and so that means if you went through the drive through are you went to your doctor you could have that a lot that delay so the mass so what I tried to give you is how we're using data in a very granular way and so there are there is experience all data when you look at communities that have often time utilize mass in general for personal protection for when they particularly are themselves sick and have used their mask in public and we looked at the rate of this could cover nineteen in those populations and they were looking at the scientific evidence to bring those two pieces together let me just say one thing about the most important thing is the social distancing and washing your hands and we don't want people to get an artificial sense of protection because they're behind a mask because of their touching things remember your eyes are not in the mass so if you're touching things and then touching your eyes you're exposing yourself in the same way so we don't want people to feel like I'm wearing a mask I'm protected and I'm protecting others you may be protecting others but don't get a false sense of security that that mask is protecting you exclusively from getting infected because there are other ways that you can get infected because the number of a symptomatic and mild cases that are out there and said this worries us and that's why the debate is continuing about the mask because we don't want it we were trying to send a signal that every single person in this country needs to stay six feet away from everybody that needs to be washing their hands constantly and know where their hands are to send a signal that we think a mask is equivalent to those pieces so in the end when the advisory comes out it will be an additive piece if it comes out rather than saying this is a substitute for and we want to make sure everybody understands it is not a substitute for the presidential guidelines that have already gone out and to be absolutely clear.

"georgia ellen" Discussed on Bobbycast

Bobbycast

05:02 min | 1 year ago

"georgia ellen" Discussed on Bobbycast

"Imagine it's hard when you're a band and your lead singer just starts getting more famous than everyone else. John First concerts ever when he played. Put me in coach. I'm ready to play bad so good. Yeah I love. We did in high school our band. We played. Ccr songs at the high school. Talent show. This is the concubine kings. Well it it moved around or was this the early rage. Maybe it was all that was the same people different names. We try to wants to go. Beat it out as we were the concubine which concubine prostitute Bible this yeah and so we went to church as in play at Churches Concubine Kings knowing. No one looked devonish really. There were a lot of compromise in the Bible or like with the Concubine. Come on and then. We did song because a bad to the bone we did but does gold above. Put your hands on the Beach Boys? Oh Yeah Brian Wilson and Mike. Love hated each other and Mike. Love is basically the leader of it now. The beach boys anymore fashion and I read recently that he was. I think Brian Wilson was trying to Get everyone a boycott. Yeah because they they're playing in the M- hunting laws the hunting lodge. That's right. Yeah that's right yes like a big hunting lodge which always think Brian. Wilson doesn't care about anything and never hear from Brian Wilson other than just music stuff. But he's just like no do not go. He agreed to play this show one. He's not the beach boys and two go support that smashing pumpkins Billy Corgan. Yeah Yeah Yeah. It's kind of annoying. Yeah I the ramones. They'll hate each other joey. Johnny hated each other doing some dough. I never knew their last names weren't ramones. I thought they were all brothers. I don't think that's dumb. Though they look the same. Yeah I thought so. Their name is Ramon Right. I was like cool man. What did you think when they swabbing out members family realize member kings of Leon? Oh yeah documentaries crazy. Have you seen that one? They all hated each other. Yeah that one's nuts because the documentary starts with the lead singer just sitting on a front porch starting opened up a bottle of liquor opening up and at the end of the toward the end of the documentary. He's just wasted. And that's what a lot of this about alcohol issues and so he starts crying talking about the band and getting really emotional and they're like yeah. Well there you go. Well banner humans. Yeah no absolutely and You keep them together and force them together and make them work together in a supposed to be a creative space and some I gotta take the lead and other people are going to agree with it and money. Big Time and creativity. She's a lot you imagine to like the cheating going on especially if there's not a defined leader this if there's not an absolute defined leader this is the person then. There's a lot of that. Yeah because right or the leaders lead until he's not good enough anymore and gets replaced dies. The band goes away. You know if there's not a defined this person's making the decisions you start to see if people are all equals you can start to fight over. Who'S IDEAS? What and wouldn't you agree that every ban fights any group people fight together. Yeah just every band yes yes I agree to that. Yes but if you just took us three you might be in. Joe's video over there we'll eventually find and you put us together every day. Image travel world together. So my and I've gotten into before he's the nicest guy in the world who want. Well we just don't talk scissors over. Y'All don't talk. Don't talk anyway just like it happens and then the end but yeah that is interesting segment. That's good nice. The only way is through a new podcast. In partnership with iheartradio under armor players coaches and athletes will share intimate and personal stories performing at the highest level. Here is Canadian tat. Lee Georgia Ellen. Were the reason I wanted because on that day I was confident and to continue that mentality to understand that I can be an Olympic athlete. I can compete with the best in the world and just perform listen to the only way is through available now on iheartradio APP or wherever you get your podcast. I just realized that the first letter of every line of this new spells helped me. It seems like everyone's a critic these days blessing the world with our slightest opinions all on our own many platforms. I'm Scott you innovates. I'm Greg Conley. We're the HOSTS OF CITIZEN CRITIC. A new podcast where we critique the critics in review the reviews of your favorite movies. Music television. Toasters toiletries in painkillers listened to citizen critic on the iheartradio APP apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcasts..

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"georgia ellen" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

02:33 min | 1 year ago

"georgia ellen" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

"Education you were probably forced to go and you're like I actually encourage you to go and see it now because one again there is beautiful but to it's all contextualized now that it's at the history center and they talk about what it's it's history meant and why it is important to to see it both as part of entertainment history and and is a representation of how people have seen history from their points of view over time And they've that whole area is really really beautifully done so highly recommended And again I cannot recommend a black citizenship in the Jim Crow strongly enough as I mentioned in that interview. That art section at the end is like breast taking her some really beautiful pieces so highly. Recommend I envy your trip and your your interview. I know very spoiled child. And I want to come on all the time. If you'd like to write to us you could do so at history. Podcast at iheartradio DOT COM. You can also find us on social media as missed in history. And don't forget to subscribe to the podcast. You could do that on the iheartradio APP at Apple podcasts. Or wherever you listen stuff you missed in history. Class the production of iheartradio's. How stuff works for more. Podcast FOR MY HEART. Radio visit iheartradio APP apple podcasts. Or wherever you listen to your favorite shows. The only whiz through a new podcast in partnership with iheartradio underarm players coaches and athletes will share intimate and personal stories performing at the highest level. Here is Canadian. Heptathlete Georgia Ellen. Were the reason I want is because on the day I was confident and need to continue that mentality to understand I can be an Olympic athlete can compete with the best in the world and just perform listen to the only way is through available now on the iheartradio APP or wherever you get your podcast boats. Do you like big boats. Do you like poor people in the rich people. They serve on big boats. Are you always like look on below? Deck? Hi this Santa Host Nick Nick. Turner the host deck and we want to take you on a fun and goofy adventure in this style. Podcast we will watch and recap every episode of Bravo's below deck and all of its spinoffs. And we're going to release an episode of Day so you can watch along with us and listen to our silly daily recaps. Listen two decades on the iheartradio APP APPLE PODCASTS? Over your get your podcasts..

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"georgia ellen" Discussed on Committed

Committed

11:35 min | 1 year ago

"georgia ellen" Discussed on Committed

"The only way through a new podcast in partnership with iheartradio underarm. Join us as we hear from the world's greatest athletes coaches and trainers. They discuss how they utilize training competition recovery and the latest innovations fitness to improve their performance and pushed to their personal physical and mental challenges. Here is Canadian. Heptathlete Georgia Ellen. Were you can practice every day. Because you're working on things like you might slow down or exaggerate another thing but when you're competing you're going as hard as you can for even that short amount of time it's a lot of intensity and it's a lot of physical powers lot of mental power. I think that's why it's so draining and to shift gears after every event like Oh. I just ran the hurdles. Now I have to think about Hijab. How do I get as high up in the air is? I can't after I just tried to run as fast as I can giving that much intensity in such contrasting events can can be difficult listened to the only way is through available now on the iheartradio APP. Or wherever you get your podcast. It was November of twenty sixteen. When Samantha Hold Laura about her plan. The transition to being a woman finally coming to terms with being transgender and sang out loud for the first time ever feels accession accomplishment. You feel like you've finally got to the top of the mountain right. You're finally there and then you realize that you actually need to move forward. And that's such a daunting task early on. They sat down together and came up with a proposed timeline for the transition. And then we might as well set it on fire and thrown out a window because we didn't really stick to it but it was nice for me being so overwhelmed to just see a black and white list of this is what I'm expecting to do and in which order and approximately when and it helped me kind of wrap my head around it a little bit too and I'm a planner anyway. In general I like to know what's the plan. What's the plan so that helped me know? Where things were headed. It's tough to plan transition out on paper front. It's a very fluid. Process is something that changes on a day to day basis. And I think you do have to live day to day. It's nice to have kind of generally d of when things are going to happen but you had. It happened a lot faster than originally planned. I think she said the fastest transition of anyone I've ever encountered went pretty quick now tomorrow. Just how quick it all was. Samantha's Instagram is actually called suddenly Samantha. She looked so different. Now I've spent hours looking at her before and after pictures the first step of the transition to change from male to female with hormone therapy that men are regiment of estrogen and history blocker so it wasn't more than a month after that first conversation with a therapist that actually had my prescription for the hormones. And I think that was a moment right a daunting moment in our relationship. The reality is for every milestone. I hid in my own transition. That was a moment to where I was taking away. Part of WHO I was from from Laura but as far as the start of hormones for me there was a lot of emotion tied up in taking that first pill and fear of the unknown. And what's going to happen? And like she added to just the loss of the person that I originally fell in love with but it turned out that when she took the first pill it was just a pill and it takes months for any noticeable changes anyway so it was really more just symbolic than anything actually happening on that day. And I've been one hundred percent on board with all of it because I knew that she needed it. In order to live and live freely and be happy and although every step has been heard for me and has been in a lot of ways a loss for me or even to an extent a bit of a grieving process. I'm still on board with it because I would never stand in the way of the person I love more than anything in the world. Having the opportunity to be happy. In addition to the hormones Samantha has had five surgeries in two years to transition from being a man to a woman during those surgeries. I was out of commission four anywhere between a week to almost two months and that put a huge burden Laura to keep the house running and keep the kids going with school and everything else while I was recovering. And I ask do that multiple times and those definitely tested our ability to keep this marriage in a good place along with that to each of those surgeries was a bit of a trauma for me. Just seeing her in so much pain. The loss of whatever thing was being surgically changed into something new? The fear of the unknown Samantha. Laura's kids are all on the autism spectrum. One way they help communicate new in different things that are happening in their lives. Are these things called social stories social stories breakdown? A new idea into simple parts often cooperating pictures to help the kids understand something new and so we wrote two different stories. I think it was too too because the baby I mean he was six months old. He'll never remember anything different. And then the other ones were six two so we wrote one story for the six year old. He's very bright very verbal and he's already able to read at that point so his story was just text and in that story. We explained to him that she had always felt like a girl on the inside and she was going to be using a new name and new pronouns and we got his input on the name which was kind of a whole other story but we did get his input on it so he felt like he was helping decide and we specifically said Mama still going. GonNa do all your favorite things with you like chase. You tickle you and build Legos with you about two or three days later we were putting into bed. And he's just distraught. He's in tears. We're asking them what's going on. Why are you upset? And he said Momma hasn't chased me yet and because he thinks very black and white it was in the story and we said she was going to do it and she had done it yet so something must be wrong. And so of course. She tossed him out of bed and chased him around for ten minutes and tickle attacked him and then he felt better about it and not to say that as he gets older he won't have questions and struggle with different aspects of this transition but as much as any six year old can wrap their head around it. He did and within two to three weeks. He was using the right name. The right pronouns one hundred percent he jumps to her defense. If anyone uses the wrong one has a slip up bill immediately. Correct them so he's been really great For the younger to like I said at the time they were foreign to the four year. Old is still non verbal the two year old at this point. He's limited verbal and so that story had to be a little bit different so it incorporated a lot of pictures the same concepts but just terms and a little bit less verbiage now that the kids were onboard. Things seemed to be going smoothly. But sometimes it's small things that can become sticking points one of the things. That was really hard for Laura that she didn't expect was sharing. The title of Mom is my initial reaction with all this was. I'm mom mommy off of mom and mother best me. I'm not sharing. That's my title. I carry these babies. I gave birth to them. I nursed them. That's my title and her. Initial reaction was completely supportive. I could see how much it hurt. Laura to have to consider sharing the title it. She rightfully earned and so we kind of went back and forth for a month or two with some alternatives. Some people in our situations they go by name Mattie which is a combination of mom and daddy some people just use their first name. Some people choose mother from a different language initially settled on an alternative name. But I could tell she wasn't really jazzed about it and so I thank colder out on it. One night said so. What's the deal? What are you really thinking? And she told me that she wanted to be variation on mom in my initial reaction was to be very upset and very hurt. Because I said this was my territory and I'm not sharing then. She started to explain that in a situation like ours. If one person is called mom and the other person's called Samantha or is called some variation or nickname. They would not necessarily be seen as a part of the family unit they would be seen potentially as a stepparent. She's definitely their parents. She's been there from day one and so once. I kind of had that perspective. I said okay. I guess that makes sense. Yeah I mean there are some people that transition and they're they're perfectly fine using the title. Daddy I could use that title. That was a title. I just did not feel comfortable with so I. I really need to be a mom and he is my kids. I don't mean to sound greedy or selfish. But if it wasn't going to be mom or some variation of that I would rather have just been Samantha that the kids it's impersonal. It's it would hurt to have to give up that title but it would have been better than having to keep the old one or try to invent a new word to describe what I was. I still sat on it for probably another month or so before. I finally said okay. I'll keep mommy and you can be Mama and we'll let our oldest decide how he wants us to spell it. So that was his decision making portion of it so he picked 'em Ama but that was that was probably one of the bigger points of contention for me was what the kids were going to call her. As far as I remember using this analogy a lot when we first started you know. Let's let's move forward. Let's always break beard issues down into smaller pieces get through those smaller pieces. Once we solve something once we come to an answer and we're grieve on both sides. Move Out of the way. Move onto the next thing. Just keep knocking things out of China to fall back. Try Not to get stuck in the weeds and with the mom and the title conversation. It's something that really ought to be broken down into very small chunks and really thought about multiple times in some ways. A lot of the hard parts are over. Laura and Samantha. Finally beyond the medical portion of the Transition Samantha has come out to everyone in their lives but in a lot of other ways. They're just starting to rebuild their marriage. There's no more surgeries on schedule. And things have finally been allowed to get back to normal but we spent so long in that mode of surgery. Recovery Surgery Recovery. That I think we lost a little bit of our own cadence and life. And we've been working on that we've been working to make sure to make time for ourselves and again with four kids very busy house with four special needs. Kids even busier. It's harder for us to get away so we've been working really hard to make sure that we do get time to ourselves and we are allowed to talk to each other and have those date nights and Gogi wives somewhere outside of our living room kitchen for a couple of hours every week. Exactly a year after Samantha walked out of the Grand Canyon. Ready to completely change.

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"georgia ellen" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show

The Bobby Bones Show

09:47 min | 1 year ago

"georgia ellen" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show

"Yeah like I can go. Give it a shot. I mean somebody from this area did it too so definitely Al Deen. You know pretty much all through high school and even after just because he gave me hope and motivation. The only way is through a new podcast in partnership with iheartradio and underarm. Join us as we hear from the world's greatest athletes coaches and trainers as they discuss how they utilize training competition recovery and the latest innovations if fitness to improve their performance and push through their personal physical and mental challenges. Here is Canadian. Heptathlete Georgia Ellen. Were you can practice every day. Because you're working on things like you might slow something down or exaggerate another thing but when you're competing you're going as hard as you can for even that short amount of time it's a lot of intensity and it's a lot of physical powers lot of mental power. I think that's why it's so draining into shift gears. After every event like Oh. I just ran the hurdles. Now I have to think about high jump. How do I get as high up areas? I can't after? I just tried to run as fast as I can't giving that much intensity in such contracting events can can be really difficult listening to the only way is through available now on the iheartradio APP or wherever you get your podcast getting text here about Travis. Dinning whose guest hosting for lunchbox says I'll be three white clause in singing his song. David Ashley Parker from powder springs and so this is from a nine three one area code. Hey polemical but that song rabies frank and did what was that. What was that right about? That song is one hundred percent true story about the fake. Id that I had before. I was twenty one. The name is right. It's it's from powder springs Georgia like it's my story of kind of looking back on those days. So David Ashley Parker. Is that a real person though there's reached out to you where my ID loser? Oh it is and so the the only difference is his name is actually Ashley. David Parker I just lift it because David saying better honestly and His fiancee at the time Now why reached out to me on facebook. After the song came out she was like. I think that that's my fiance and I think the names backwards and that wasn't really public knowledge. Yes I knew that it was probably legit and the first time I met him was when I flew him up to Nashville to film The music video. You flew him up. Yeah and we put him in the. That's funny awesome. It's pretty awesome. Do you still have the I? Don't it got taken up by Bouncer? Athens Georgia how did you originally get his? My my friend. Michael founded robbed a house. I never told this story broken. I actually it was crazy. They didn't like it wasn't like a friend of a friend in new him. Like you've found it. My buddy was leaving a bar in Athens. Georgia like last call walking out. It was on the floor of the bar. He picked it up. Call me the next day and said Hey Scott kind of looks like you you know so. It'll work did he. Looked like you were you insulted. You're like better look in that guy. Oh man at that point I was like a hundred thirty. Five pounds soaking wet buzzed. Head like they're anybody looked better than me at that. Point my life so yeah it looked good all right travis. Dinning is here. They gave me a couple of games to play with you. Okay one of them. I feel is unfair. So we're GONNA play that one I we're GONNA do only that one I says. How well does Travis Dinning? No the bobby bones show. I think it's tough because you don't wake up early in the morning and I know each other outside of the shoe but the rest to hear. It's tough joint. We drink coffee this morning. I am yeah. My point price struggled to get up this early. It's not normal. It's I mean it's not. Yeah pretty much. Yeah I did you sleep last night knowing you were going to come up here or you kinda like ooh. Look or about that eleven. Fifteen I was out. Cold didn't care really just another minute. Okay here we go five questions. Let's see what your greatest I'm so scared. What state am I from softball crazy? There's twenty percent so far the array. What's my dog's name Travis? Puppy I've literally follow you on Instagram. And I'm drawing a blank. I'm going with Rufus raw all rookie. No his name is Stanley after Stanley in the office Yeah you won't get the rest of these either be did get Stanley. How many kids does amy have two? Oh Wow you're not for you adopted. Both you know there's no bonus name the country no extra credit was in Africa correct. 'cause now just getting around sorry. Haiti eighty. What's the name my last book the I mean the bobby bones book you know. I mean if you didn't name it that and then I'm sorry you should consult with me. That's great It's called fail until you don't and you lose that one. Obviously have it read that I feel? I can tell you one more one more here. What's Amy's husband's name out? There's no way Oh Mr Amy what. We'll take it not do my math. That's one hundred five percent correct. That is not Sixty percent with the gift of one question. Her husband's name is Ben Ben Sorry been as an uncle been uncle. Ben's Rice Ben Simmons Seventy sixers. He played for your. You married to Ben Simmons. She doesn't have the Kardashian finish. Gotcha Yeah hissed all right. Here's the game that I thought it'd be good for you. Okay Perfect Travis. As an artist you torn travel all across the country. Some pretty sure you've got the United States pretty well by now. Yes Sir Been Pretty Much. All the states lasca yet. I've not been Alaska and I actually have not been to Vermont or Hawaii the other than that have been everywhere else. So we're going to give you a state you just tell us the capital okay. Cool Damian this game too. Yeah Oh my God. We look not smart. Do look great when usually geography's not my thing but let's start with New Mexico. Can we discuss no against each other? Oh I thought we were working together. It's a bit you don't answer until we'll rotate. Amy Go first New Mexico. What's your answer? I'M GONNA go with Albuquerque. Although a lovely town that is not right. Do you know how New Mexico Santa Fe. Yeah Shoot Beautiful Place Travis. Albuquerque glad that was this listeners. Know My town Travis what's the state capital of the Mississippi Jackson correct? Wow AIMING GONNA kill this game now think about it. Okay smarter you see moral smarty pants. What capital of Alabama Birmingham Incorrect Tuscaloosa? Not so smart. Are We got cal? Montgomery Oh that's right sorry California Sacramento Illinois. Oh man that's tough but I'm going with CHICAGO NOT NOT ACCURATE. Not Not all of our listeners. Right now though. I'm big ninety five But it is Springfield Illinois. Oh God there's a springfield in every state a not an excuse. Wyoming. Cheyenne Nice about Montana. See this is tough because I can see it. I can see it. It's not Helen is it is did you get you get credit for that if you go. It's not tell them anymore. Arkansas lit up door Wisconsin. Oh that's tough. I'm just going to say I'm just going to say it right now. Madison much less congratulations. It's time for the good news with amy so this teenager employees at an Atlantic fillet found nine hundred dollars when he was cleaning up the dining room but he was like you know what this is not mine. I'm going to take it to manager. And so between the two of them. They were able to track the person down. The receipt was actually in the envelope with the nine hundred dollars and then she had used the chick fillet APP for her purchase. They were able to find her. And guess what about nine hundred dollars rent money? Oh well so. She was super thankful so. Shout out to chase withers that high school senior. That found the money and did the right thing. Always Cohen People Return Cash. Because you couldn't travel. Yeah that's awesome and people that chick-fil-a always doing good thing. I'm sure they are chick-fil-a. Tell me something good today. Almost yeah there you go thank you guys. That's what it's all about. That was. Tell me something good.

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"georgia ellen" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show

The Bobby Bones Show

06:13 min | 1 year ago

"georgia ellen" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show

"Going against movies in theaters. So maybe they hold back on. Some of the voting can't fight. Technology can hold them off a little bit. But you can't it fight technology in anything so give it a couple of years. It'll be all the movies. Basically all right Mike. The is that that is it any one one point. You want to end on a go watch parasite might thinking about you know. I started watching knives out yesterday and I watched like the first I thirty minutes of it and not there yet. Some people love people. Don't like it. Oh my husband wanted to watch that. Is it like a comedy. It's like a murder mystery. Okay I'M GONNA hold my review bag. I was surprised you hadn't seen knives out because I went to them any movie. I'm going to watch. I'll go to movie Mike and be like what's the deal. The one I haven't seen overrated guided needs to watch them and tell them you can't hear it you watch it. How did we feel about of the Tom? Hanks Mr Rogers movie we loved it. I haven't seen it yet but it also is on our list debating the ORCS out or Mister Rogers and yeah we ended up going with the Ford versus Ferrari but one of the movies. Listen a big debate knives out or was it and we're like in in instead with old school. So how is Harry's really good I give F if four and a half wow race cars out of five and I knew nothing about it going into it. I think that's why it lost half a star because it took me a minute to get into it. The beginning seemed a little them. Well it's happening but once I was in and realize there's a true story is all in. I recommend it was good. Had four and a half out of five else Mike you see that one. I think you'll like it. He will I do like Matt Damon. Because he's in it right yeah crescendo kind of Christian. Bale seekers invalid picture. I'm yelling at them. I'm like Oh gosh. She was probably a nightmare to work with. And you should go back and listen to show your work and you're like I'm bored. Well first of all you can be more productive but if you're not it's like I'm just not going to be that productive. Listen back to our show search for the bobby bones show wherever you. Listen to your podcasts. Now if you listen I heart radio I would suggest ask you type in the bobby bones show on demand because you can start at the very beginning. That way. Morgan number two. What happened on today's show? We drafted our favorite Disney characters. We did You gave some details about having your girlfriend in town over the weekend. I did by the way all a bunch this week. I am in California for American idol live in on Wednesday. Because this show premiers on Sunday night this week. I'll John so I go out Wednesday's also your win tonight and then she's back here Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday so not so long distance. Now are we thank you very much. What else mortgage number two? We got an update on AIMEE. Snooze Challenge and Eddie's reading challenge. Oh yeah you mean not snoozing and Eddie but no no reading the book anything else number two. Yeah and we talked about the friends reunion and how much they're getting paid for it. Okay all of that on today's podcast. Go check it out. I did drive Mickey Mouse my first pick. It was the no bright people. Were telling me that that was too easy of a pig. I shouldn't picked. It was not flashy at all. I thought it was the he's the key mouse. Go vote at bobby bones dot com. Today what are you doing. I have a physical therapy appointment and I'm super excited about for my back. So she's still trying all the things but this is going to help me build my core more or how to teach me how I use my core to save my back. Tell what about you call slot. No My insurance is paying for it. Well I mean. I'm very thankful to have insurance discovering it. What about you can just say you're paying for it? I do know that some people don't have that and it makes me feel bad. I I feel very blessed to have that tomorrow announcing a new project that I'm involved in and have a pre production meeting right after this show for for this project I'm pretty excited to announce it tomorrow morning. I'll finally get to say with this. One is I have dinner with a work. Work friend tonight. go workout. It's after noon. Pretty normal checkout the luke combs podcast also. Eddie United. Bobby cast where we talked about bands that for some reason our hated nickelback back. I'll tell you exactly why I hate them crew crude creed that biscuit. No no they would say them out loud. We did all podcast talking about why we think people don't respect them and I I liked them. All Eddie doesn't hate them. The only one that I really didn't feel was smash mouth and I like them but I think that's a kid thing because of Shrek I think smashmouth guy big because of the shrieks. Yeah yeah that's IT and having their in a commercial now agreement so we're done. We'll see you on Tuesday's show. Don't forget on Wednesday coach. Monica from cheer. We'll be on. We'll also talk to a couple of the quarantined corona virus. Folks that are in that ship right now. They can't get off the boat we're going to talk to the they can't get off the boat. They're not letting anybody off the boat. Americans wow yeah and Tim McGraw and Friday and he's GonNa Complain. Friday morning conversation. Tim McGraw is one of them running again. The only way is through a new podcast in partnership with iheartradio under under arm players coaches and athletes will share intimate and personal stories perform at the highest level. Here is Canadian tat. Lee Georgia Ellen. Were the reason I want is because on that day I was confident and to continue that mentality to understand. I can be an Olympic athlete. I can compete with the best in the world and just perform. Listen to the only only way is through available now on iheartradio APP or wherever you get your podcast..

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"georgia ellen" Discussed on Parklandia

Parklandia

11:43 min | 1 year ago

"georgia ellen" Discussed on Parklandia

"The only way is through a new podcast in partnership with iheartradio and underarm. Join us as we hear from the world's greatest athletes coaches and trainers. They discuss how they utilize training competition recovery and the latest innovations if fitness to improve their performance and push through their personal physical ankle challenges. Here is Canadian. Heptathlete Georgia Ellen word. You can practice every day because you're working on things like you might slow something down or exaggerate another another thing but when you're competing you're going as hard as you can for even that short amount of time it's a lot of intensity and it's a lot of physical powers lot of mental power. I I think that's why it's so draining and to shift gears after every event like Oh. I just ran the hurdles. Now I have to think about high jump. How do I get as high up in the air is I can't after I just tried to run as fast as I can't giving that much intensity and such contrasting events can can be really difficult listening to the only way is through available now on the iheartradio APP off or wherever you get your podcast? twenty-seven club is a new podcast about famous musicians died prematurely in sometimes mysteriously seriously at the age of twenty seven this new serialized. PODCAST is hosted by me. Jake Brennan Creator. Host of the hit. Music and true crime. PODCAST disgracing disgracing by new show covers the lives and sometimes mysterious deaths of famous musicians. Who Died at the age twenty seven season one will feature Jimi Hendrix? It's an artist who short career burnt fast and refuses to be way. Jimmy was born on the twenty seventh day of November died twenty seven years later inbetween he lived fascinating and highly dramatic life filled with wild experts. Just like Jim Morrison just like Kurt. Cobaine just like Janice Joplin the grateful. Dead's pig pig pen Robert Johnson. Amy Wine House the Rolling Stones Brian Jones and others who I'll be featured in future seasons of the twenty seven club season one of the twenty seven and club podcast on Jimi Hendrix like all seasons of the twenty seven club contains adult content and explicit. Language you listen to the twenty seven club on the iheartradio APP apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcasts watch out for your years I am Matt and I'm Brad. This is park. Land area and this week's episode is about Yellowstone National Park and and North Western Wyoming Ecology. And Right. Now we're GONNA get into a little bit more detail about the wildlife here since it's a pretty the big deal. Yeah and it's really crazy. Because in the past couple of decades yellowstone has taught scientists a lot about how food webs and ecological systems work. It's An ecosystem that runs an energy from the sun a plant turn solar energy and to food for itself but then that plant is eaten by a cricket which is then eaten by a mouse which is then eaten by a snake which is then eaten by a hawk when the Huck dies its body provides food for bacteria and fungi which then in turn feeds plans. All of these animals represent what are called tropic levels what scientists now call links in the food chain and as representatives representatives of these trophic groups each other energy has passed all around the ecosystem. But what happens when one member of this food web. It's removed from the system. Yellowstone has has actually been ground zero for sort of unintentional experiment. Regarding what scientists I've come to refer to as trophic cascades and trophic cascades occur when predators editors hunting. Their prey keeps the number of prey animals. Down passing on the savings to the next trophic level. Whatever the prey animal eats then has a better shot at survival and on and on and on down the line right and in yellowstone what they did was they actually like reintroduced the Grey Wolves Wolves back India sewn and this is a perfect example of what we're talking about so in regards to walls like every wills are scary right like humans? I have never really liked them. which is kind of weird? Because they're the direct wild ancestors of Man's best friends domesticated dogs the fact that they're fast carnivorous her nevarez and they move around intimidating packs. I think plus the livestock they can eat like twenty pounds of meat in a single sitting. This is a this is what's lead. Humans is to create this like terrifying polity around wolves with things like Little Red Riding Hood Peter and the wolf the boy who cried wolf et Cetera et cetera historically gray wolves arranged around two thirds of the Modern Day United States home. But they've been driven out of most of it now They were hunted out of Yellowstone by Nineteen Twenty Ninety six. Yeah and then. In nineteen ninety-five however the park service released. Fourteen Grey Wolves from Canada into yellowstone after seventy years of wolf less ecosystem there. This decision of course was controversial in made a lot of humans mad but the ecological results were immediate and honestly pretty startling. In fact a lot of colleges think the wolves did in yellowstone was prevent elk and deer some of their favorite foods from eating all the plans especially near rivers. Yeah the wolves kept the deer out from denuding. The river valleys which promoted the growth of trees and the riparian areas. Riparian and meaning the special groups plants that grow in flood plains of rivers and streams. So this meant more beavers which are animals that creates special mini habitats for other animals. Like otters fish amphibians and so forth and more migratory birds visited as well. The wolves killed earned him the coyotes which meant they were then more rabbits and mice around with Third Hawks and other birds of prey to the area so huge facts and not only all that but it increased stabilization of the riverbanks near Narrow River channels. which makes more different kind of habitat in yellowstone as well so would have this huge ripple effect across pretty much every everything every animal every environment and the simple truth is that the effects the wolves took on yellowstone is complex? And this idea of trophic cascade being the saving grace of the park's ecosystem is a controversial one among scientists We basically can't replicate the study because there's not another yellowstone to replicate it and so we may never know exactly what effect wolves hat on yellowstone however it definitely taught us that the human mythology around wolves being Yvonne. Dangerous Villains lends deserving. Ratification is a very subjective. One right yeah. They can have a lot of benefits. Yeah I this is something. That is very complex and hard to kind of just dive into right because like they said you can't just replicated over and over again because even if you reintroduced wolves into Michigan I'm just using random place I mean. Yeah it's the ecosystem is so different. There and the cycle of life often the hunting cycles. They're so different that it would actually create a correct study. Yeah that's true but then when you also living about how like walls these two thirds of the US like they're clearly acclimated to a majority of this country and they they have every natural right to be there in a way so it's weird that suddenly humans are in this position where they're controlling it and dictating where wolves are relocated to. And then what what happens. So it's it's strange because like they were here before people were and I mean they've been gone out to do a reintroduced but they're different species of wolves. I think they're the closest to but you can't have the exact act if they didn't stay in that ecosystem right. I mean the same thing with the bison they were reintroduced into a national park this year. Oh Yeah Yeah. Which one was in that while they moved more bison to badlands released them? They're so like this isn't an entirely new concept. This has happened before yellowstone. This will happen in the future and other places so but that will have an impact on that national. Yeah and it sounds like it's going great and yellowstone so cute us to the offs. We did not see any walls in yellowstone. Regretfully I would love to. I know that That one takes a lot of pain. Definitely something I I would love to do is like just slow down a little bit because we normally like kind of go through national parks and try to get everything in and that's why we revisit national parks as well though because the the things that we miss but yellowstone is one of those national parks that we have both been to multiple times now for multiple days at a time. I mean I think we both have combined maybe twenty thirty days in that park and we still haven't even scratched the surface. Yeah the what is it. One percent of yellowstone. Oh stone is actually seem by the tourists that go there grunting percent so there's so much in that ecosystem that wildlife that diversity that we have to re-explore and that is why we're even continuing with the part two of yellowstone national a park later this season right. It won't be the next episode. So you're going to have to stay tuned you're going to have stand your toes and get ready for more and more of that beautiful. Oh beautiful place that yellowstone is yeah but of a cliffhanger but also the exciting thing too is. We'll be able to incorporate like R. V. experienced they are because now they're vesper in an RV. I visited so it's GonNa be fun to drugs. Lodges Hotels Yeah Inside the Park outside the park. Where do you WanNa stay day since both of our first trips were pretty? RV We're going to save RV segment for part two and since we we visited together we are in RV and experienced it from totally different perspective. Exactly so for that reason and a bunch of other things excited for party because this really is one of those enormous dynamic parks that feels completely fresh and new upon each visit. And it feels like you're visiting a different place when you're in an RV as well that's for sure so that'll be fun to talk about incorporate. Yeah for now though. We hope you have been inspired to visit or revisit. This ultimate National Park. It's a place. We have loved him an individually and together it's been inspiring and it's just put. I'm in complete shock. It's such a truly special place. Yeah it really is and just remember it could blow at any moment goodnight. You've been listening to Parkland. Yeah a show about National Parks Park land as through production of iheartradio. Created by. MAC KEROUAC Brad Care. Whack and Christopher has the eldest produced an edited by Mike. John's our executive producer. Christopher has Yoda's R. researcher is Justin Shield especial thanks goes out to Gabriel Collins Crystal waters and the rest of the parkway India crew. And Hey listeners. If you're enjoying the show leaves the review on Apple podcasts. It helps other people like you find our show. You can keep up with us on social media as well check out. Our photos from our travels travels on Instagram at Park. Alenia pod and join in on the conversation in our facebook group. Pack Landale Rangers from our podcast. 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"georgia ellen" Discussed on DISGRACELAND

DISGRACELAND

09:41 min | 1 year ago

"georgia ellen" Discussed on DISGRACELAND

"Matter during a layover at the airport in Paris. Two ships passing in the night the optimises flight in order to have a two day tryst while his people try to track them down. Then there was Monica Danamon blonde figure skater from Dusseldorf Jimmy matter at surprise his hotel room she described herself. As Jimmy's fiance. Anyone who listen she would share a bed with Jimmy on the last day of his life and Jimmy attractive beautiful women just as he attracted kids with records that they wanted signed us an idol to some God to others a friend to many in an inspiration nations even more. But you attract this many people and you're bound to attract crazy to a healthy helping of crazy the kind of crazy that seeks you out from a fire in slithers its way slowly to lay itself at your feet naked terrible scene. We'll be right back after this word were were. The New Year is a bonus. which resolutions do you plan to conquer? 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Number's the official sleep and wellness partner of the NFL. The only way is through a new podcast in partnership with iheartradio underarm. Join join us as we hear from the world's greatest athletes coaches and trainers they discuss how they utilize training competition recovery and the latest innovations fitness to improve their performance. Ed pushed to their personal physical and mental challenges. Here is Canadian. Heptathlete Georgia Ellen. Were you can practice every day. Because you're working on things like you might right. Slow down or exaggerate another thing but when you're competing you're going as hard as you can for even that short amount of time it's a lot of intensity and it's a lot of physical mental power. I think that's why it's so draining into shift gears after every event like Oh. I just ran the hurdles. Now have to think about Hijab. How do I get as high up areas? I can't after after. I just tried to run as fast as I can't giving that much intensity in such contrasting events can can be really be difficult listened to the only way is through available. Now Yeah on the iheartradio APP or wherever you get your podcast Jimi Hendrix health. A desperate muscled hold arms wrapped tight around his left leg. He looked down the search for the source of the squeeze. His eyes squinted from the lights on stage. From the warped color swirls that were being projected on the walls and ceiling. It was like he was playing psychedelic. Ambiance had opening title sequence of Hitchcock's Vertigo. The grip tightened his. Jimmy's he's is focused on the one and only Jim Morrison of the doors. What are the biggest bands on the planet at the time slumped against Jimmy's legs and holding on for dear life? Mr Mojo rising apparently not doing all that much rising at the moment the Lizard King Groping Wounded Child. Jimmy tried to shake him off but Jim Morrison wasn't going anywhere work. He hollered nonsense from the stage floor drunken out of he nonsense this leather pants wearing barnacle shrieking like a counterculture banshee. Jimmy could smell them. The Lizard King was drunk skunked. He had to get the sauce asshole off his leg off the stage standing next to him. onstage Lester Chambers beaten beaten incessant tick tock pulse on his cowboys the band Gallop through time has come today. Jimmy jumped at the chance to join the chambers brothers. The Electric Service in the East East village and he has. He has psychedelic sizes soul. He take it. Jimmy's been the experience was a weird place. Right now. and Jimmy was testing the waters Flexing experimenting remembering what. It felt like to be aside man to someone else's trip. The experience had released three groundbreaking albums and just under under eighteen months. And that seemed like enough. The most recent electric ladyman featured other musicians and collaborators. Jimmy was Jonesing to find out what Alsace do. Searching who else he could be his is met Leicester's who noticed the stinking bleeding growth on Jimmy's leg and Jimmy offered up the reassurance smile as he continued to play the songs riff on his strap. A smile and said dealt with my fair share fucked rockstars. Got This lizard. Lizard Kings trying to participate now shouting from the floor. Ironically missing the timing of the calvel's todd by half and again off. Aw songs grew toward. It's eleven minute. runtime lizard. King started to rise booze soaked. History Onic Messiah. Jimmy needs needs saving. He had to put trunking King Snake back into whatever basket he crawled out of King. How like a feral fatty arbuckle? More attention seeking wounded animal squealed and poetic barbaric the metallic tick tock of a cow. Bell held the whole scene time. Even as Jimmy's part of the stage Stereo starring become unglued. It was came was upright now. Working the stage. Jimmy shall fumbling for the microphone stationed in front of Jimmy Space. The audience that the Electric Church was started. Notice the Ruckus around Jimmy's legs. As the Lizard King Louder and Louder Janice Joplin the cosmic blues singer for Big Brother and the holding branding company who testified like an exhausted editor. James One sustained note away from full-on Laron shred stood in the audience close to the stage. A A half empty bottle of Jack Daniels in her hand. Her eyes locked on Jim Morrison she had come to the club that night as a fan as a contemporary as a fellow rock and roll had had her new album with big brother and the holding company cheap thrills have been a number one hit mater a major player but she felt her role the electric circus changing over to Bouncer or to protect her Janice no shit and she sure as hell took no shit off drunk asshole. So can you make a seen. Especially when her friend was playing his heart out. onstage Morrison was an embarrassment Janice knew this because she'd been there before herself with Morrison. Even dude was mess chubby little trunk. Jimmy attracted this sort of thing. He was a magnet for crazy people for same people everyday people. They all gravitated toward the wanted to talk with him. Wanted to smoke with and wanted to jam with him. Wanted to fuck with black white male female street gay famous anonymous. They fed off his smile his spirit his inclusive love of life if they could be old friends or new strangers and they all wanted a piece. They'd show up at his hotel room knock on his apartment or they've given gifts given letters give him drugs. Jimmy was more willing to answer the door to stop and listen. Take the gift pop. The pill get on board ride the train until he was ready to get off and change lanes sometimes. Does he detract big time crazy. Big Time Ego all wrapped up in the same person. Some dude who's hajime moment and drunkenly thought from his his moment to right now at the electric circus that was Jim Morrison Lizard King Morrison launched for the microphone. Again and this time get hold of it. He pulled it off the MIC. Stand real backwards it to should face to make a graceful swipe. The band kept chugging. Along with the groove Cowbell kept tick talking. The Lizard came stuck that Ford Walk. Poet pose long the hands extended upwards. Legg's cross together bellowed into the Mike and then it should guttural warm Jimmy. He kept playing along laughing off. Insanity nodding at the insanity acknowledging. It won't quietly hoping that it would just go away. The Lizard King would just collapse and you could. It'd be ushered on stage. Janice herself in position. She swapped Jack Daniels bottle over to your left hand so that she could wave right hand in the direction of Morrison get his attention mentioned. Get him the fuck out of. They're trying to make a scene doing it. Morrison you drunk Fox. She'll she can help it. Stick with a whiskey from the bottom auto persinger lips after raced burning on the back of her throat. And then the Lizard King stood rock solid steel themself and turn the direction of Jimi Hendrix mainland mainland. A fiery. riff on his Guitar Morrison brought the microphone up to his mouth stretched his arm out straight pointed and she me Hendrix. I WanNa suck doc the fuck. Did he just say Jimmy laughter. The Insanity of it all Janice shot him a disapproving glance. The SA- gone too so far. Get this douchebag off Goddamn Stage Janice Joplin sprung from the crowd floor onto the short stage. Grabbed Jim Morrison awesome by assured sleep. She was ending this. She then clocked Eliza King.

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"georgia ellen" Discussed on The Brooklyn Boys Podcast

The Brooklyn Boys Podcast

04:59 min | 1 year ago

"georgia ellen" Discussed on The Brooklyn Boys Podcast

"Here is Canadian Tat Lee Georgia Ellen. Were you can practice everyday because you're working on things like you might slow something down or exaggerate another thing but when you're competing you're going as hard as you can for even that short amount of time it's a lot of intensity. It's a lot of physical powers mental power. I think that's why it's so draining and to shift gears after every event like Oh. I just ran the hurdles. Now I have to think about Hijab. How do I get as high happened errors? I can't after I just tried to run as fast as I can't giving that much. Intensity in such contrasting events can can be really difficult. Listened to the only way is through ooh available now on the iheartradio APP or wherever you get your podcast. You think it's weird that I'm carrying a shopping bag from a strip club. I I just noticed that look. It's a black plastic bag shopping bag and this is from the club. Eleven me not a sponsor. They're Miami the Abbey but there are there are a strip club but they're also a nightclub there are open twenty four seven now when I see a shopping bag I think one of two things so hear me out one one. They're selling souvenirs or merchandise here. In which case are you buying like Don't answer these rhetorical. Are you buying g-string with the club. Name on it are you buying pasty's D do you pay whatever money left in your pocket or is it leftovers from the food bank. That's right I would don't think even me. I'm not trying to take on Leftover Awesome Strip club Andrew from the serial killers. PODCAST was laughing his ass off he was what what kind of shopping bags that and I'm like it's from eleven. The club Bob. A Strip club shopping bag like like it's kind of out of the ordinary. What are your shopping for right? Well the truth is I got to get broken Mike again. He gave me one of their hats and they had a hat would strip club on my God eleven. What are the Girls Gone Wild I have? It's a blue hat. Let me tell you something about the eleven and you don't even wear hats. No I do do though I do though for eleven I do yes. I've I've been seen because you know there's a sponsor I don't know about you know you don't say their name like you can't help yourself. It's defy popular place is not a sponsor. But here's why because if you know you know see if you don't you don't know then now you know now. Yeah but the truth truth is the club. Eleven the you know they're merch and their hat and everything is very popular. So why because people know it. It's a known it's a known it's a known entity but it just because it's known doesn't mean it's a thing eight is because it's not that it's a subtle pervy shirt. Take boobs on it out now and by the way it's women who love that hat and love that logo so if I wear this that they think that you're strippers. No if I wear this hat and you know what it is all eleven. I've been there. Oh my God yeah all of a sudden you're cool but if you're a guy who needs to go to a strip club club but it's a cool strip. It's not just a strip club. It's a twenty four seven. It's an experience okay. Don't think experience right. It's experience so so so sworn hub but if you don't know then it's just a habit says eleven that's all because of the two thousand eleven are ones look like eleven clever. He won in. But if I were if the thing is if I wore porn hub you'd be like Oh my God you fucking creep why. What's differ you the of eleven? It's different what it is but if you do know what it is and your purpose to that you love strip clubs. I'm a little elbow JABBA. You've been case in. Wha what's so why everybody loves it. So why don't you wear flesh dancers in New York. That's filthy that will fingers. That's creepy. Why is that breath? was that creepy. Should we call the girls in and see what they know if they're not going to New York girls on a strip club in Miami okay. Didn't say a word to any of them hold on. Let's call Indiana and again win. What's her name? Jesse's here. What's her name Jesse? Jesse Jackson Jesse is a French struggling for the words cheeses doors lock. You have to get up anyway up asking come in. She's not GonNa know career. Both of you know not going on on on come on on the doors locked key. I'll walk in the door locks after twelve noon. Oh my scary scary once asked you a question you know the answer to get near my gesture not new here. Come on just say Mike. My God have you along anything. Your internship joining us in the room. Are Deanna video producer. Comey Rally Alley might know because alley. No no no no. This is allie glass. Okay let's see valley remembers the doors locked because you'd walk right into the door. Open the door for her up to cast chest which.

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"georgia ellen" Discussed on Monster: DC Sniper

Monster: DC Sniper

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"georgia ellen" Discussed on Monster: DC Sniper

"Monster. DC sniper is a fifteen episode podcast hosted by Tony Harris and produced by by iheartradio and tender foot TV. Matt Frederick and Alex Williams are executive producers on behalf of iheartradio alongside producers Trevor. Young Ben Key Brink. Think Josh. Thane Pene Lindsey and Donald Albright are executive producers on behalf of tender foot TV alongside producers Meredith steadman. In Christina Dana original music is by makeup in vanity set. If you haven't already be sure to check out the first two seasons Atlanta Monster and monster the Zodiac killer earlier if you have questions or comments email us at monster at Iheartmedia dot com or you can call us at one eight three three two eight five five six six six seven. Thanks for listening. The the only way is through a new podcast. In partnership with iheartradio underarm players coaches and athletes will share intimate and personal stories performing at the highest level. Here's Canadian hip tat. Lee Georgia Ellen. Were the reason I want is because on the day I was confident and need to continue that mentality to understand. I can be an Olympic the big athlete I can compete with the best in the world and just perform listen to the only way is through available now on the iheartradio APP or wherever you get your podcast. Hi My name is Sebastian Maniscalco Pecorella and this is the Pete and Sebastian podcast. This is a show just two guys. Am Comedian Pecorrelli. And this is comedy comedy gold. All right listen to the pizza fashion. Show on iheartradio APP apple podcast. Or wherever you get your podcasts..

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"georgia ellen" Discussed on Disorganized Crime: Smuggler's Daughter

Disorganized Crime: Smuggler's Daughter

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"georgia ellen" Discussed on Disorganized Crime: Smuggler's Daughter

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"georgia ellen" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

06:30 min | 1 year ago

"georgia ellen" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Or savings account with no fees or minimums. Welcome the banking reimagined. What's in your Wallet Capital One? NA member FDIC. Dan It's time for straight talk. Brought to you by straight talk. Wireless Ron McGill GONNA join us in fifteen minutes. Let's whore. Hey Moskvy. Doll owner of the B. M. F. Belt. I wonder how many people when they see him described. I've does the owner of a totally made up b. m. f. belt think that some sort of you know like boxing acronym some sort of It's the WBF. I instead of being bad mother bleeper. PF IMF champion world. A did you guys do you guys have that sound of the older diaz brother This this this problem me out because Nikolas is the one sophy doll fought and hospital will be here in forty five minutes in studio. He fought nate. This is sound of Nick. Yes I'm sorry. So he fought Nate Diaz and Nicky as is the older brother and he did. He objected to Jorges Vidal saying he was going to. Do you guys have this right or not because you do have it. Right Nick. Diaz is is the older brother named the guy that loss in the title belt Nydia spoke with area who wanna and gave the sound that you're trying to set up right now. which is this sound dance? I'm younger brother. That's my new. I never had an undisputed say you. Don't you don't talk about baptize me on the road. She already in position. Can you fight with me. You don't talk about that ties of younger brother. David Hume Talk. Nobody who rise. Who Side and you you know? Let's all I'm saying you WANNA say that you know you WanNa do that. You WanNA walk that spawn. You I understand you know who knows ups knows live to our to really i. I can relate to you. I why managing but it's like if you WanNa work as in cross the line. I think that nobody else has any saying except for me and the persons in the right position so only because summoned for the most part these people lining up now because Georgia Ellen fights what is that though. Does that sound even make much sense like that sound. Made me sad eh are you. What are you upset about? Are you upset. I very clear attempt to try to get a poor attempt. I mean the Diaz Brothers have a brand was there was what put me to sleep. was there any announcement with Mas Vidal yesterday. Because I was told that he was coming in studio today. Hey to talk about something that he'll Wani was breaking yesterday. Did anything break yesterday. That I don't know about I know Mazda was saying that he was going on his agents instagram. The live live at four thirty to address this very sound. I was hoping you wouldn't put like give at any attention. Because the Dan Le Batard show was to God says the exclusive in the next hour. Dr Yes so we will talk to call out Cannella. We have boxes you. We haven't made any decisions yet. Other than it's eighty twenty and speaking of binding contract on television. He agreed to nine hundred ten my way in the first fight. I'll collect when he gets you. I WANNA find out among other the things What it is? He got a percentage of the pay-per-view. He told US last time. That is rare. That is rare for those fighters and he did sell that fight and there aren't a lot of stories like his in the history of MMA. were an older. Fighter grinds his way and then people discover him in his mid thirties and he's entering during the octagon to scarface music. I wanted to talk to you about all of that stuff that happened with the Rock and your time with him but we will do that in the noon soon. Our why did you stop playing the Joe Patchy Mike why did why did the Joe Pesci she descended curses a lot. I Dunno familiar with. And we've we've may have let one or two curse words slipped in the PLA- in the past so I'm like online red alert right now. Final warning type stuff. So gimme a SEC. Okay well all right. I mean you had twenty four hours sagging anymore seconds other than the twenty four hours. I'm on the final warnings. It's a lot of cursing cursing about he was singing. It's a wonderful life that makes a difference. What Song along? What Song in the history of songs is less conducive to cursing? Then it's a wonderful life amazing grace thank you did you beat me fair enough amazing grace. You're right We are starting a new game right. Now Chris Cody is our host. I've been and told here that. This is Cain or false. Because will cain has a monopoly on the truth. We are playing cane or false here. And Chris Cody Cody. What is the nature of this game? who are we playing with. Is the whole group plane cane or false. This is Dan Lead Guitar Game Today. We are going over stories. Stories from the last five to six weeks and dad is going to tell us whether they are cain or whether they are false and we play this because we'll k. and has a monopoly on the truth right that's why True yes okay So I was in Japan and I I missed some of the JOE FLACCO news while I was gone But you know they have the Internet over. Are there so. I don't think I'm going to. I disconnected some but I wasn't totally out of pocket. But let's see let's test S. my knowledge here in a game of Cain or false. All right right here. We go question number one. After winning the world series. Anthony Rendell signed a ten year. Two hundred eighty five million dollar extension with the nationals. I'll go I'll go kane true. What happened with Don? When is the Is He gonNA resign or tore it up. He made a right. He made a good business decision. Not Accept Down like two hundred twenty. Was it early in the playoffs. So he's still the free agent now. He's going to be a pretty sure. That would be a mistake. Don't had like an amazing to see Obi I'm and billy how would I said what doesn't matter does them what I said was he. Look if you're guaranteed.