17 Burst results for "Gobin"

"gobin" Discussed on NFL Live

NFL Live

07:35 min | 2 months ago

"gobin" Discussed on NFL Live

"All the other injuries to their wide receivers? They have much better place than where they were last week when it was a skeleton of their normal offense on the field. So we have Chris gobin and Julio Jones, both listed as questionable, both will be game time decisions to play on Sunday Night, but it sounds like in the case of Jones, there's a pretty good shot. We'll see on Godwin, the other thing to keep in mind here, Laura, is that even if Chris Godwin does play on Sunday Night, whether he plays a full complement of snaps remains to be seen that hamstring injury suffered in week one after he made that impressive comeback from the torn ACL Donovan Smith left tackle also questionable could have him back in the lineup, which would be huge after all the pressure the buck's office has recently endured. Yeah, so RC getting some help back for this buck's offense, Mike Evans coming back and maybe some others as you just heard feel detail there. Does that really change Tampa Bay's offense though? You know what I'm necessarily believe it changes them. I think they have a way they want to play football this year. And that's going to be led by the run and look at fournette and obviously playing exceptional defense which they have done the first three weeks of the season. And now you know you get the deep shots with Mike Evans. We saw what he was able to do in the red zone versus Trayvon Diggs in the Dallas Cowboys, but literally for net has been the driving force of this team. And it's not necessarily just giving him the ball because of the production. I think it's the style of play. It's the physicality that they want to show each and every week they step onto the field. When you get some of these other players back and they are truly healthy and Chris Godwin, I think that's when we can see the offense explode from a passing game standpoint. It's still going to be Leonard fournette first, protect Tom Brady by running the football and then getting to play action pass and take the shots when you have the opportunity. You know, Mina, the story for the bucks all season long has been their defense, really, right? The offense hasn't really looked like what we've seen from Tom Brady in the past, but the defense has been dominant. So what does this chiefs offense need to do to have success against them? Yeah, it's no easy task because I do believe Tampa has one of the best defenses in the NFL. But for me, it starts with what the chief should not do, which is try to force the ball downfield if it's just not there. NFL next gen stats has this stat called open percentage, which is basically how many targets on a team are going to receivers with three yards of separation or more. The chief strike second to last in the league right now, which feels wild to say about the Kansas City Chiefs, but I think really reflects the absence of Tyree kill. My feeling is rather than waiting for those opportunities to open up, Patrick Mahomes needs to play small ball because those are the receivers they have right now, just Travis Kelsey, of course, but also juju Smith Schuster. Sky more. They need to be willing to work underneath if that's what defenses are giving them. Okay, that's the point. They can miss tyreek hill. Like, we can keep beating around the bush and start talking about where they'll be fine and they'll do it by committed. They missing. They miss him because of what he dictates to defenses and what defenses must do. Do y'all remember when the Kansas City Chiefs played the Tampa Bay Buccaneers last year? What tyreek hill did in the first half? They had somebody. Yeah, they have to have somebody emerge to put pressure on these defenses. They have to have one of these receivers step up. I don't know who that's going to be. I don't think juju is the top off of the defense. I think he's fine. Kind of in the same intermediate areas that Travis Kelce is in. That was my concern coming into the season. Is Mark has found dance scandal and going to be the guy to take the top off of the defense, like everybody thought. Like if you're going to do it by committee, your guys in their roles have to be elite in their roles. And it's really balls down to what you just said, MK? How much distance are you putting between yourself and the defender? They literally ended a game last week against the Indianapolis coach because it wasn't separation. Now, it was a bad throw about the Patrick Mahomes, but the defender was still right on the trail of Draco. They got to find one of these receivers to step up and legitimately be the number one guy for them. Gomina. And you know what I'm gonna say the same thing that I'm always gonna say about the books, which is you do not want to be in third and long against this dream. What is available to you underneath Patrick Mahomes on those early downs so that you can get into third and short because the second they can get after it, you are in trouble. I love it. ESPN's football power index guy's favorite is the Buccaneers by four points, but oddsmakers currently have this game as a pickup. You see our game picks there on the screen. We're all in the world on the chiefs. No, I don't like this. What are we doing? Anyone want to change their pick real fast? I'm changing mine. I'm going with champlain. Wow. I'm doing two. I go Tampa. All right. All right, all right. Change the graphics. They go screen. Take the graphic. If you're screenshotting that graphic. Oh, there we go. Look at this. Oh, they didn't change for March. But that's okay. Wow. That's okay. We know we know what you picked. All right, let's get back in here. Yeah, exactly. Let's get field back in here for some more injuries and some important updates. Start with the saints field. Yeah, they play early Sunday morning in London. You'll be there for a game later on actually at next month technically. But Jameis Winston, unlikely to play, he's now listen to doubtful, it's got a litany of injuries back injury, ankle injuries and bothering him of late. He will not likely be available for the saints on Sunday morning, which leads to Andy Dalton taking over as a starter. Michael Thomas officially out as well a foot injury hate to see that for Michael Thomas after coming back and played really well in the first two weeks of the season. Let's go to the charger who have all sorts of injuries around there, rasha, but an offense, better news for Justin Herbert, who did practice in full on Thursday. He's gonna be good to go on Sunday to play against the Houston Texans. Here's the bad news though. Keenan Allen again out hamstring injury. He returned to practice this week, seemed like he was trending in the right direction, things turned on Thursday. He will be unavailable on Sunday more of Josh Palmer out of the slot for the Chargers. Patriots will not have Mac Jones going to miss a game due to injury for the first time in his career, ankle injury suffered last week against the ravens. He did return to the practice in a very limited capacity today. He will not be available, which means Brian Hoyer steps in as a starting quarterback on Sunday against the Green Bay Packers, Hoyer has some experience there, having previously been the starter with Chicago Bears and then finally Christian McCaffrey missed Thursday's practice, also miss Wednesday's practice. It's a thigh injury. He's questionable to play on Sunday against the Arizona Cardinals, Matt rules. I think sort of suggested that the chia has a chance to fly today. We'll keep an eye out on this one. As you know, Laura, when kirsch McCaffrey is on the injury report, because of what happens over the past two years, everybody will be talking about it. Yeah, absolutely, unfortunately, sort of the story that's followed him. Guys, we've got a whole lot more coming your way here today on NFL live. Other shows are gonna focus on Josh Allen versus Lamar in the bills ravens matchup, but not here. I mean, we did do it earlier in the week. Anyway, we have questions on the other side of the ball with the bills D banged up in a shaky Raven secondary stay tuned for info. You can only get on NFL live. We'll be right back. Tired of contestants invest in the winners coyote. I'm so talented that I got pinned our week four Monday night football matchup is an NFC west rivalry game between the rams and forty-niners, forty-niners looking for revenge in a rematch of last season's NFC championship game. 8 eastern on ESPN, ESPN deportes and the ESPN app. Peyton and Eli also back on ESPN2 are coverage begins with Monday night countdown at 6. Back to a big slate of games Sunday for some DraftKings, sportsbook predictions, RC U first, two will have more passing yards, Derek Carr, or

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"gobin" Discussed on 60 Minutes

60 Minutes

08:07 min | 6 months ago

"gobin" Discussed on 60 Minutes

"These are basic things. Glucose, sugar, but the point is we can't get it. So then what are your options? You don't have any. You do the best you can. In need of some hopeful news, so were these students and their families. Good afternoon, Johnson college prep. We went to the south side of Chicago to witness an act of kindness so profound. It could lift the dreams of thousands for generations. I remember this day for the rest of my entire life. I'll never forget this day. Jonas Kaufmann is opera's most dynamic leading man. He likes to say opera is a competitive sport. And he keeps his voice as precisely tuned as a poor Shep LeMond. At the Bavarian state opera, we watched Kaufman in his pregame warmup, preparing his equipment for a three hour contest with Aida. I'm Lesley Stahl. I'm Bill Whitaker. I'm Anderson Cooper. I'm Sharon alfonsi. I'm John wertheim. I'm Nora O'Donnell. I'm Scott pelley. Those stories tonight on 60 minutes. American hospitals have been living with serious drug shortages for more than a decade. Most days nearly 300 essential drugs can be in short supply. After months of investigation, we found it's not a matter of supply and demand. The drugs are needed and the ingredients are easy to make. It's that pharmaceutical companies have stopped producing many lifesaving generic drugs because they make too little profit. Yet year after year, the government stays on the sidelines, as companies take drug production offline and doctors worry the shortages are compromising patient care. Just normal things that should be available. But they're not. Neonatologist doctor Mitch Goldstein treats the most vulnerable patients at Loma Linda university children's hospital in California. Most of these babies would fit comfortably in the palm of your hand. Struggling to hold on to life. They really are. Many of these premature and sick babies have undeveloped digestive systems, so doctor Goldstein keeps them alive with intravenous nutrients, many of which are in short supply. It can be certain minerals. It could be certain salts, things that you would ordinarily find in a college chemistry lab. We can't get, but these are basic. These are basic things. Glucose, sugar. It's not hard to make. But the point is we can't get it. So then what are your options? You don't have any. You do the best you can. And then if it's something that's an IV that needs to be compounded. Antony gobin heads the pharmacy at Loma Linda hospital. He told us shortages of basic drugs are a constant worry. It helped me understand how often do your face drug shortages. Every day. Is this just another casualty of COVID? No. So we were dealing with shortages long before COVID. They're all very old, fundamental drugs that every hospital in the country needs and uses. Drugs shortages can kill in 2011 when norepinephrine and old low profit drug used to treat septic shock was in short supply hundreds of people around the country died. We can't get it. Just about every hospital in the U.S. has weekly drug shortage meetings like this one at Loma Linda. It's still completely out of the vials. We're using these syringes for everything. During a drug shortage, hospitals may be forced to switch patients to less safe or effective alternative drugs. They retrieve leftovers from single dose drug vials to share with other patients and avoid wasting a single drop. That's the pharmacist, maybe further concentrating to try to conserve some of these hundred ML bags. You would think to yourself how hard is it to manufacture some of these simple meds, like dextrose or sterile water. But some of these are low margin drugs. And because of that smaller margin, you don't have a ton of manufacturers making the product. Sarah Kearney and Cindy valente were facing the same wrenching ordeal at Loma Linda hospital. Both had children undergoing chemotherapy for aggressive leukemia. Just so many different chemos. Sarah's son Micah was in pre kindergarten when he began the painful treatment. He wasn't the same kid. Several times he looked at us and said, why is this happening to me? What did I do wrong? So much as being thrown at you, knew back then, I didn't understand. I thought there was one type of chemo that people took when they had cancer. I didn't realize there was this whole road map. This regimen we had to follow. They give you a schedule, and they tell you you must stick to that schedule. Every function of your life went on this road map. So if chemo was supposed to be given on day one and day 5, whether that was the holiday or not, we had to take John in to get his infusions. Cindy's 13 year old son John gave up baseball to beat his leukemia, in late 2019, he settled into his usual chemo chair and got some bad news. The chemo drug then Kristen he'd been using for more than two years, was suddenly unavailable. This was after the doctors had insisted with you that you keep to this schedule. What was John's reaction? Scared? Then Christian and essential drug for childhood leukemia was in short supply nationwide. Its a chief ingredient of a chemo cocktail that has an 80 to 90% cure rate. When Sarah learned Michael wouldn't get his treatment, she was on the phone for days, calling any one who might know how to get the lifesaving drug. Other cancer moms, the hospital, Pfizer, the drug maker. I honestly didn't even know who to believe. Because the pharmaceutical company is telling me they have it. And the hospital is telling me we call them every day. And they are telling us they don't have it. So I didn't know what to say. As a cancer mom, we shouldn't be fighting for our children to get a drug that is needed. You know, we are fighting every day to keep their spirits up to change our whole life to make sure that they're getting this treatment. There's no other alternative. That's just a gut rich and feeling of just fear and anger. Sarah and Cindy raised all kinds of alarms on social media, a week later, drug maker Pfizer shipped scarce doses of in Kristin to Loma Linda, enough for Micah and John to continue their treatments. How are you? Milwaukee pediatric oncologist Cindy Schwartz is a committee chair of the children's oncology group. The stings, yeah. A consortium of cancer researchers and bioethicists from across the country. These recent shortages have become very, very serious and really hit drugs like vin Kristen that are in every regiment. Slipping it through. Then Kristen was one of 16 chemo drugs in short supply last year. Doctor Schwartz told us the shortages are forcing doctors to ration scarce drugs. Is that present you with.

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"gobin" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

07:24 min | 11 months ago

"gobin" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

"Coming up. Sound is almost like a magic trick in my mind. Almost, yeah. First though, let's do the numbers. Now industrials have two 46 today on the point scale 6 10% 36,000 to 5 85. And as that cup one 87 about 1.2%, 15,000 to 8 32, the S&P 500 boosted 30 points about 6 10% 47 and 96. In a eula was just telling us about the net gas boom the U.S. energy information administration sighting, the S&P gobin Sachs commodity index says overall energy prices up nearly 60% by the end of 2021 from where they began on the first trading day of 2021, go figure that out. Electric carmaker Tesla jump started the year with the announcement it delivered 936,000 cars last year 87% higher than 2020 Tesla reved up 13 and a half percent damage in bonds. You'll know the ten year T note rose to 1.63%. You're listening to marketplace. This marketplace podcast is supported by give well. When you give to charity, how much impact will your donation actually have? This question can be hard if not impossible to know. Give well spends over 20,000 hours each year researching charitable organizations and only recommends a few of the highest impact evidence backed charities they found. If you've never donated to give wells recommended charities before, you can have your donation matched up to $250 before the end of the year or as long as matching funds last. To claim your match, go to give well dot org and pick podcast and enter marketplace at checkout. Make sure they know that you heard about give well from marketplace to get your donation matched. We'll bring it in the new year marketplace and we wanted to thank everybody who kept our journalism strong in 2021, especially all of our new marketplace investors. So thank you for being part of this community of donors committed to making sure trustworthy independent news is here to stay in 2022 and beyond. It's people like you who make our work possible and your ongoing support that makes people smarter every single day. So thanks again and happy new year. This is marketplace. As of the last official count, there were more than 580,000 homeless people in this economy. That count those two years ago, January of 2020 and the people who study this say the number has almost certainly grown during the pandemic. About 25% of America's homeless population lives in California, more than 11,000 people in the capital Sacramento. And that really reality and the spread of ten camps on city streets there has prompted Sacramento's mayor to propose that that city become the first in the country to declare a right to housing. Marketplaces met Levin explains what that might really mean. Michael Hague says he's been homeless for 5 years. Today he's inside a one person camping tent on 15th street in midtown Sacramento, across from a craft brewery and a quality in. Yeah, I take stair quilt. Okay. First get your frantic and bipolar. You do. Yes. So now I'm out here able to take your meds. I'm not even function. No, because I can't pay for it. It's clear higgy could use medical attention. He takes off a wet sock to show me a swollen right foot with only two full toes. He says in the past he was addicted to math. Has anyone come around here and offered you either a bed in a shelter? No, I was scared to go to wood. Higgs says he's had bad experiences with other shelter residents. At least 6 tenths have lined the east side of 15 street since April, the sidewalk isn't blocked, but piles of trash spill over into the street. Mario Gonzalez had to assign his employees at chandos cantina new role, morning street sweeper. The Mexican restaurant in nightclub is less than 50 feet from the encampment. Every single morning, my team members, they have to clean it up. It's so hard. That frustration you hear in Gonzalez's voice, you hear that from business owners all over the city. Compassion fatigue is settling in. Sacramento mayor Darrell Steinberg feels like he's in a race against time. If we do not make this better, someone will come along and write an initiative that will be draconian that will be inhumane. He could see even progressive California getting regressive with tactics that involve more law enforcement and criminal penalties, which is why last month, Steinberg proposed a pretty radical solution. Treat housing like public education, a legal right. The law requires us to provide free public education to kids and thus requires us to build public schools housing people is as important as we say it is. Shouldn't the same right and obligation on us exist? Sacramento's right to housing would work like this. If the city doesn't have enough homeless housing and right now it's thousands of bed short, a homeless person could sue the city. Steinberg hopes a court order would speed the construction of new housing, cutting through red tape. Advocates for homeless people are mostly supportive of the idea, except for one controversial part. So I think it's coming from a good place, but the obligation to accept I'm stuck on. Debra paget is a Professor of social work at NYU. Steinberg's plan would get every person experiencing homelessness of choice, maybe a shelter, maybe a motel room. If the person who is homeless still refused, they would be forced to move from their current location. Well, they're going to move, but they're still going to be out on the streets and they'll start and encampment somewhere. So you're just pushing the problem down the road a bit literally. Padgett fears right to housing could easily morph into right to shelter New York State's policies since the 1970s court case. Right to shelter did get people indoors, but pageant says it didn't get enough people into permanent housing. It just got them stuck in a homelessness cycle. People are living out their lives for years going from shelter to street. It's a horrible way of living. Mayor Steinberg is showing me the latest shelter the city has constructed a so called sprung shelter, rapidly constructed housing that was put together in just a few months. It's got 90 beds and there's a dining room and laundry services. People say, well, New York tried that and failed just because they did it in a way that was not up to the kind of quality standards and dignity standards that we would expect doesn't mean that we can't do it right here. Right to housing was greeted warmly by the city council, which will likely vote on it later this year. There's no estimated price tag yet, but Steinberg says whatever.

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"gobin" Discussed on TNCnow

TNCnow

04:16 min | 1 year ago

"gobin" Discussed on TNCnow

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"gobin" Discussed on The GOAT: Serena

The GOAT: Serena

07:18 min | 1 year ago

"gobin" Discussed on The GOAT: Serena

"One 6 love. Serena still had one match to add to the highlight reel in that pivotal year of 2012. Her U.S. open final win over number one ranked top seeded Victoria Azarenka. The challenger was a confident, almost arrogant opponent who feared no one and played a deadly counter punching game. Their clash in ash that year bears comparison with any match in Serena's career. And it was a major final. The ball striking throughout that battle was furious and uninhibited. Serena was down three 5 in the final set, but she managed to hold as a rinka blinked in the next game. Serving for the match, she allowed a break that leveled it at 5 all. She was doomed, and she knew it. Serena won the next two games to sweep the win in two hours and 18 minutes. 6 two two 6 7 5. This was a classic, high risk, high reward performance by Serena. She hit 44 winners, compared to just 13 by her dogged defensive opponent. Serena also made 45 unforced errors. The win was just one of many electric performances by Serena in one of the most glorious chapters in her career. Here's how Patrick morada glue characterized that period and her main rival in it. During the period, I would say two 2012, 2015. Which were the end of 2020 15, which was the best years of Serena, I think, because she won in this period of time 9 grand slams, which is a lot, and state three and a half years number one. I think the one that was the toughest for her was Azarenka. Even though sirina beat her most of the time in the majors, the matches were all always super, super close. Recap it has several times in masters or other tournaments or lost crazy matches. I remember one unbelievable in Madrid where Vika was 5 four in the third serving for the match, double photo three times, like crazy dramas and ended up losing 7.6 in the third, but all the matches were tough and Vika was able every time to bring her best tennis and Serena had to play really great to win and she didn't win all the times, but it's what is true is in the major. I think she did. And I think a lot of times that was for me watching those matches, they both bought a sense of intensity to the game and you could feel it when they were out there like two competitors like going after it, you know? Yeah, yeah, I agree. And I think the level of play was they were both pushing each other and the level of play was really great every time. Azarenka proved to be Serena's great, late career rival, and she doesn't get enough credit for it. Consider this only Venus and Sharapova played Serena as often. As a wrinkle and Serena met 23 times with Serena leading 18 5. That tells you that Azarenka was successful and consistent enough to get opposite Serena in the late stages of tournaments. By contrast, neither Angelique Kerber, nor gobin muguruza, both of whom actually beat Serena in Grand Slam finals, played Serena ten times. Three years later, Serena faced a very different set of challenges at the 2015 French Open. She found herself vying to win her third consecutive major title. Clay was the surface on which she enjoyed her least amount of success, but she enjoyed that challenge. Also, she would have to win this event to keep alive any hope of winning four successive majors to complete a second Serena slam. Serena's tournament was laden with obstacles. She came down with a nasty case of the flu, a can't hardly get out of bed case of the flu that almost forced her to withdraw. At times on court she felt disoriented and nauseous, which helps explain why she had to fight through three sets in 5 of her 7 matches. All that, on the clay surface that demands the highest degree of most consistent concentration. In the semifinals, teme bachinsky led a sluggish Serena by a set and a break, only to see Serena mount a fierce comeback, ultimately winning 6 O in the third set. Serena's final round opponent was 28 year old Grand Slam final debutante, Lucy safarova. One of the many quality players from the Czech Republic, safarova was a tricky lefty with the dangerous serve return and high jumping topspin forehand. Given the toll illness was taking on Serena, it seemed that safarova might emerge as the champion of Paris when she leveled the final at a set apiece. But once again, Serena rallied and found enough reserves to win 6 three 6 7 6 two. Our friend and broadcaster Mary carillo was on hand that day, and did the on court interview for U.S. television immediately after the final. She had an interesting anecdote about that experience. When Serena won that French Open and she was feeling so crummy, remember that it should be, I think, SAP Ruben, I had gone down to the court thinking I was interviewing the other person. And Serena, after the match, so she wins and she's really, she's got a fever. She feels crappy. She barely got passed to me, but do you remember this? Yes, I remember those matches. That she did that strictly on will. Strictly on fight and it was just and what I remember, I interviewed her after the match, and she said, I saw you in the corner. I was like, she saw that vision of doom. Like, I thought I was interviewing the other girl. I saw you. And they're like, really? Did I inspire you to win this championship? That wasn't really what she was saying. But that moment really sticks out for me. Amazing. That is crazy. So Mary, it's like the moment where, you know, it looked like the spurs were going to win. And then they brought the trophy out. That's exactly right. And then that's who I was. 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"gobin" Discussed on Fear And Greed

Fear And Greed

03:16 min | 1 year ago

"gobin" Discussed on Fear And Greed

"I had to look up a lot of facts of course and that was one of them so in the cell dies of pre pandemic to any nineteen higher education. He blew me. Why how big it was forty billion where the exporting counter estrada biggest service sector fourth biggest export. I've role and at the moment we haven't got a clear path to if and how we might start to welcome international students back so they contributing to is really. It's a tremendous economic benefit but on the non economic side you get to have international experience and talent coming to a strategy spending time in living here and also contributing in the classroom and it would be great to think that as we're competing for international students. It's already you know any of the middle of october. If you picked yourself in making a decision about a university next year beginning. I'll be doing it about now getting ready to pack my bags so way. Can i got and win on a destination. That has a clear path to that yet. So i think having a clear path would be a great benefit to australia so casting my mind back to university dies always in england in las a school and we came back to to the strident. If we'd stayed in england. I would have been an international student and it would have been very expensive for me. But that wasn't the path i had adam throwing me. You've just told me that. You had the last two years in england which i didn't know i ran into a friend of yours on a few weeks back. Then you you because you were neighbors in gobin in new south while. I was from western australia. Could you not cape a home. I prefer peripatetic. Bosto- sean if yes you would. We moved around a lot and university. University was destroyed. And i. it is terrific institution. They'll have a great time. There i went to the university of new south wales which had a huge international fleischer. It might adjust cy much more vibrant place. I always nationals you. In some mixed the work safe become friends with them but was really hopeful so those a mathematical economic subjects that i did with difficult and i helped me out peaked off trading bit lightly. I shouldn't that newsouth. Uni had an amazing asian population of students. And i was a cool place to go as a result. Now i'm going to get to house prospects on and talk about it. We found out this week that the value of the housing market in australia is nine. Point one trillion dollars at three times. The value of all the superannuation assets in the country view. You wanna talk about wealth. It just comes down to property in australia all. That's fine but when y'all got a national average house price up twenty percent. When in sydney innate one point three million dollars to buy a medium priced house when prices across the country including regional strategy is going through the roof. what happens to first homeboys. How can any one afford to get into the market. Unless they're relying on parents. This point was made by tim. Lawless Speaking to you through the wake sean..

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"gobin" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

One Life Radio Podcast

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"gobin" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

"Right welcome back to one radio everyone. This is bernadette with junior and the knicks and autumn connolly. We are broadcasting live from dallas texas. I hurt media as well as southern california on. Abc news talk. We're Discussing with autumn commonly. How you spend your energy like you spend your money so you know if you have somebody in your life that you are wasting a lot of energy on autumn and you and you begin the process of scaling back the energy and the time or the money that even you spend with them How how do you. How do you stop people from being offended by your lack of attention. Is that make sense right. Yeah go ahead. What would you make out a lot of times It depends on relationship. Obviously if it's some from toxic relationship then i would just Take care of myself and my family and that sort of thing and not worry about the other person but if it's somebody you care about maybe you've got a good friend who few Regularly throughout the day and seems to get a little miffed or something if you don't respond but if you don't have the energy or if you realize you're spending too much energy in that direction and then i generally just looked at very clear Very clear upfront Boundary with them. And i find that that's the way that people don't get as offended rather than just ignoring tactics for a few days or something like that. I would send until tax it. It just says something like. Hey you know i'm really strapped for time lately and i don't i don't i don't have the ability to respond thoughtfully so i'm gonna take a break for a little bit Sexting but you know. I'll check in with you and i have marville ability. You know love you difficult. Yes foundry communication. Yeah we're actually talking about boundaries around. We're going to do a a live test on the air junior. Did you take the test yet. Jeff with terry cole. but people do need to understand that everyone has boundaries. We all have only a certain amount of of of energy and a certain amount of money and a certain amount of time on earth. And how you spend it does make a difference in how and excuse me in your happiness level and level of success. Both personally and spiritually You know and speaking of spiritually. I know you have a beautiful chant today and i don't want to run out of town time. We've got one minute before we going to hear the music so quickly. Let's talk about this chant and let's knock it out all right. This is a chant. Called gobin bama conde and it's The way to release comic blocks and Kind of move through things and You know right wrongs of the past that sort of thing and then of course One of my favorite things. That all mantras is it. Balances the brain hemisphere so Take a big deep breath and close your eyes so been kind of ood. Um god man. Oh man i Go being they kind of ood Yeah and man com. Oh beautiful and perfect timing too because the music's about there it is about to start love having you on the show. It goes by too fast. So autumn we gotta get together gotta go to arizona or you gotta come to dallas. I wanna see almost babies. I haven't seen the new one yet so I know. I love all your pictures though and it's great to have you on the air with us take care. I'll talk to you soon right autumn. Conley checkout her amazing website and build traditional healing dot com. She's got some great products and she's a very good friend of mine. I love her to pieces and her little family You know what everyone you'll get one body you get one mind and you'll get one life get out there today and knocked the ball out of the park..

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"gobin" Discussed on The Short Porch

The Short Porch

07:25 min | 1 year ago

"gobin" Discussed on The Short Porch

"It's like everyone gets trade. Scoops and free. Agent scoops kovic scoops. I don't know how. I fell into that but i always find out team tester. Maybe yeah i don't know i got. I got a guy who just tells me all the time but it happened to be his wedding yesterday so he didn't tip off. You got married yesterday. Found that i did did find out But yeah had a feeling with luke getting pulled from the scranton lineup about twenty minutes. Before i pitch on saturday. Something was up and they said he was driving often isley. Okay is he just get called up. Your that feels weird if it's simple call up because why scratch last minute hearing fish. Chris sale get's him. Mlb experienced there. greg. Allen was also scratched. Get him in the second But he thought. I woke up this morning. Eight and i was checking my phone. Did they do it. They announce it no back to bed. Woke up like four minutes after the tweet came out where rizzo has cova. That's why luca pulled each year now. And it's not like you said. Tommy like we didn't have to really scheme too much. How what was going to get back here. Just fucking happens that way. Rijo has covert. It's a little scarier for him because he's unvaccinated He's been a big. He's been vocal about that. And how waiting for more data and all that He's also a cancer survivor. So that's that throws a whole wrench in everything and makes a really scary when his immune system about i just hope they said the symptoms. I think we're pretty low right now with him that way. Speedy recovery gets back to the bronx but voice here now. So he's got to produce. It was birthday ariza's birthday. Yeah fuck he definitely would have been a home. Run birthday guy to resolve your nose into so we win the game to place yeah flair for. Yeah i mean these guess results gates a little different or he's on vaccinated so that sort of explained him getting open more than however every accident gone still gets gobin but it is still great. I don't know what the yankees are. I it's almost like medical malpractice. Like what are they doing. Twelve guys now. Am i like i feel like i'm not seeing any other team have not although yearly like it's just spreading around the locker room now i guess but seems like they're taking no precautions to stop it from spreading around like so it's just gonna keep spreading until it gets everybody fucking ads on the team but esther esther cortes took the train home from the game the other day like he's just out there they don't care they're not doing any. Yeah that was a cool picture on. You're like wait I nestor take a car. Can afford to give you an uber. Something you know masters come on. Yeah here's the list of people. This is crazy this is currently or the entire year. this is currently. Who's out and that. Covert injury anthony rizzo garrett cole jordan. Montgomery gary sanchez. Aroldis chapman domingo. Herman corey kluber. I'm not even close to finish by the way. Luis severino michael king clark schmidt. Darren o'day jewish l. Aaron hicks clint frazier and heart. Chris giddens trae. Amburgey timbale castro. Pretty good team. That's i forgot darrow. Days he pitched five innings undisguised of town. These like outright. Yeah dumped here. A hamstring surgery. That that's right now. That's not something this year. Who's been out and know what what's update on geo he's on the i l. Sorry geos back wednesday okay. They says he will be back. Wednesday for the royals. Dave two o'clock that's when he comes off the ten day. Whatever what was just about to say. Oh i remember twenty nineteen or it was like every day. Go next man up mentality. it hasn't felt that way this year but like it clearly like they probably more. I l snus. I mean i guess the co bid. It's another factor but yeah we have a injuries. I also say. I thought we we had that. And then when we went over to the all star break. We'll they only have like twelve. They have to have way more than that. Well we might have not factored in cova. Dial you doesn't count but it does. It should although whatever my number is gonna say what number and then roll we'll again. I think i was like sitting good with that. Whatever it was but Not great not great. Bob rizzo out Lou came up in multiple spots. That it to where like bases loaded it was there like the moment was like get us back and no hope that he's not like pressing to your much definitely is right but you know is in be here. No rizzo is a new first baseman. Or whatever you know. he's getting treated. you don't want it the press too much but it's hard to just human nature. Yeah i mean the man's gone absolutely fucked and you know his his body did fail him this year with the meniscus and the and the oblique whenever any just can't get rhythm. I never doubt this guy anytime. People doubt look like ever is in a slump or something like that. It really responds right after that. Like he's usually pretty good about it. I'm not worried about his production and he did make electric later and the second inning. The diving play. That was slamming. I was like. I literally. I was like. Let's fucking go like here. We are like i look back. Let's take this team. Do next level didn't happen today. I think the hits will come It's it's nice to have him to swap in there while resorts out imagined at least two weeks but him like a full two weeks. So when do we have an update on full in montgomery. No no are just one. They're coming back now. I guess i had the wrong. I thought that if you were if you were vac st- and you got like two negative destin twenty four hours or whatever come back. It seems like every anki that has it is out for ten bates. Nestor was out the full fourteen right. So yeah Yeah i don't know i don't i. It's a tricky situation. Obviously the up the injury updates. I think seven makes rehabs are tonight for aa somerset. Kluber threw a bullpen yesterday. And then obviously geos back wednesday and clark. Pitch very carpets. Well two days ago. He said it's the best he's felt in a long long time. So i think he'll probably be in the bullpen. His his role will be the bullpen. But he's going to be here. Someone wants someone was like. I hate i fucking hate. These people go to war for clark but like they're like he really show much last year. Fucking call up to be like a fucking reliever in baltimore and then that was last year right. Yeah he started like yeah one of the seven inning doubleheader. Yeah like get the flaky. Fucking pitch fifteen ext. What do you mean you've seen enough of cork schmidt to judge. Get out and get lost. Get absolutely out of your feeder. Fifty shutout innings. People be like oh..

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"gobin" Discussed on RiYL

RiYL

04:59 min | 1 year ago

"gobin" Discussed on RiYL

"This is like an office and i'm north of los angeles. This is a out of town. House that before corentin. I'd had for over a quarter century. But i've never been more than a week at a time and now i've been living here for over a year along with my wife and child and we've decided to make this our primary home but you're seeing is kind of a weird. It's very eccentric place. I i put together over many years. How does one acquire these terror-coddling soldiers behind you. In this particular case you just happened to be on. A set of a movie called rush hour. Two and There's about thirty of them lined up in a fictitious casino in china. And i'm like. Oh my god these are so cool. I mean they're carved out of like concrete. They're happy and the director heard me say that and a three months later a truck pulls up and he goes. Where do you want these their way. Tom said that's just one of the many perks. Assume big in the film business. I would say. That's a perk. But not one of many this director whose name is brett ratner. He's just that kinda guy you know. He's like i didn't even like beg. You know usually. I'm begging for for anything and like oh please just have like a keepsake from my animated films and whatnot and here. He just like overheard me talking. Did it on his own. They've been here. ever since. So you relocate outside of the city. Was it time to get out. Was it kovin Gobin non. I mean come march. It's like well everything shutting down. Let's go up north Because at least You know it's it's a nice place to be lucky to have this place but more to the point is we were afraid los angeles that i said you know what if it gets like new york. Were you know you can't get into emergency rooms. That was really the the big motivating factor was just fear of being in a big city an urban center in a pandemic in of course l. a. Never did get that bad but that thing that happened in new york was really fucking scary. The idea of getting very ill and not being able to get into an emergency room is a scary thought. And i'd never known that in my lifetime. I mean certainly Something many people throughout the world you know in other countries of note that the this is part of our lives but in you know in america it's not part of our lives you know not having access to an emergency room yeah. I'm actually in queens. So i was here real kind of epicenter of the world for that matter and most my at least my friends live in new york so i feel like i was like right there with that and feeling it very much so it it really stuck with me you know as it started getting bad nell a. It was kind of like all right. I think it's time to go north and And after about three months here it was kind of like. Why are we living in..

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"gobin" Discussed on Roleplay Retcon

Roleplay Retcon

07:40 min | 1 year ago

"gobin" Discussed on Roleplay Retcon

"Again. I talk a lot in the other seasons. But i'm playing george michael blue of. I'm pretty excited about that. Yeah right janette. Hey so i'm janette. I am alex's wife. Alex you wanna help me out here. A go i am. I am director of director lasted. Sorry director outreach. Business cards yeah yeah yeah let me go find business title. Yeah so i am. Director of a nonprofit called my icbm him and spore huntsville and by the way happy earth day. Everyone today today. We head interstate event. We unveiled our farm bought for the first time. It's very exciting. Awesome event debut episode. I'm just plugging my stuff here. So personally i am also a cost player if you wanna check out my stuff. I'm on instagram. At ink dots bitter. You should take it out if especially if you're in the cost plan stuff Today i am playing may blues. Excuse me i'm sorry Maybe foon k. I watched the show quite a bit. And i think we are pretty much the same scorpio. But i'm a scorpio. And i feel like she probably is too so i think i think it's going to be great. I think i've always liked. Maybe she's always been my favorite character show so really excited. Nice nice and i ben an aquarius. He him and also a core member of this show and playing to bias few k. But you just heard is also our turn order and so real quick. Just gonna talk a little bit about so just a little bit else. Each each one of us is supposed to have a goal. Some of us have them some of us. Don't we wanted to maybe get some inspiration from other people. But we're trying to work towards that goal we also have a currency called. Plot tokens why they didn't call at plus points is beyond me. We all start with you. We get them for various things we get them for. Achieving our goal each for characters also has five traits that we can see like in front of us as a matter of fact to pull it up the gobin. We also have a secret that will announce her goals in a moment but the secret will not be announced and basically every time we take turns and we'll get to set up a little scene and then if we've used part of our secret which we all of us take our secret and we split up into like five key terms or words if we use one or more of those words in our scene set up we will say that and then we get three points for each of the words that we use by points. Dooming token tokens. I think you mean batteries batteries. That's what kills. Batteries arches tokens. We'll also we're adding a mechanic in that If you make a callback or have something that you said called back to you can apply token so. That's kind of the gist of it. That being said let's let's read our little opening here since he you know what to do. You wanna read the little thing italics. There that starts with love to yeah yes. The blues family have drifted apart since proving george seniors innocence of light treason at least in two thousand six now. Ten years later in two thousand sixteen the family is having a reunion of sorts. On cinco de cointreau. A may fourth holiday that lucille bluetooth started in the eighties. Originally as a way of depleting the party supplies for cinco demayo so that her housekeeper would not take the day off okay ratify at least from lucille's prospected as the day is now seen as a preamble preamble to cinco demayo effectively. Making it a two day holiday. That is embraced by most of the newport beach. The family has gathered at lucille's house at balboa towers near the boardwalk where many of the festivities occur right so as an turner. I just realized that. I told some of the people in this that we would do a practice. Run of this before we started and we did not do that. So gang on Alex go i. You'll say a sentence. Channel sentence is a nomenclature. The rules use. It doesn't have to literally be one sentence. But you're going say narration ron howard and then you'll have a little dialogue maybe with another character but basically make something happen. Alex should we tell us your goal. Tell us goal. Sorry shall we all go over our goals now by character. Yeah alex what's your goal as michael blue. What's michael's go michael's goal is to get fired from the bluetooth company officially so we can continue being president of the imminent lake development company in phoenix arizona. So good all right. France busters goal yet. I will i hope okay. Well some people might not and that. That's okay well. You know what. That's fair. Because i don't know what the hell i'm doing but i know the goal buster wants to take revenge on the loose seal that took his hand and with the double whammy used to win back lucille. Twos heart. okay. Okay cut your hand off the so a loose seal. Eight busters hand at the end of snow to lucille. Okay okay. the show's very good. You should watch it sometimes. Okay just just like since. He's very busy and just didn't have time to like really researches show and he'd just like not seeing it. Alex watch all of the seasons. I'm sorry and like so. This'll be so fun to see jesse reactive for the first time the things that are very funny about this show. Hey i will say that. The only thing i know about this show is what i've been reading on the wiki while we're doing the intros. I love you friends. I'm also very busy man. I love you to join kayla. What jobs go goal. I think i want job to be trying to convince now. This might be where. I i have a gap between what i currently know about the show. And what actually happened. At the end of season three trying to convince his father to fund a campaign to get his son. Steve holt elected mayor of newport. No yeah no. That's good stuff.

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"gobin" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand

Armstrong & Getty On Demand

02:17 min | 1 year ago

"gobin" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand

"Street walking outside with a mask on like you moron bill. Mark all people wearing masks outsides. Effing morons. i have no problem with. There is no scientific basis for it. None zero stop it unless you have allergies or something or you're just ugly. I had a Like twenty something woman. Walking dog dive out of the path yesterday when she saw me and my kids come and maskless down the got to engage people like that. You gotta ask them what they're doing. I'm going with this the information. They're getting if you believed the information they were getting. You would dive out of the way too because they believe it's what what are some of the statistics we've heard eighty times more deadly than it actually is now. They're getting their information. They're getting the wrong information about this. It's just the having lived to counties apart from you for like twenty years. How different it is just the culture. Yeah it is. I mean it's not like i live in ukraine and you live in china. I mean it's like i know i wonder is. I'd like to say all the people at the park. I wish i could get going a bullhorn. Be kind of a funny youtube video. Gettable hornet my park. Where at various points. The vast majority of people are mass kids and adults adults sitting alone on park. Benches with masks on kids have maximum bota. Do you realize that just ten miles from here. No one is wearing a mask and hasn't been for months not a single person and there is no dead people either one hundred dollars hundred united states does seem interesting to you that ten miles away saint-gobin. Nobody's been wearing masks for months. Isn't that interesting cash. How many people have transmitted the cova outdoors. According to the world health organization. If your answer is zero year correct zero zero cases that they could brew a year and four months. It is pretty amazing. House mailbag look. I can't those things so the k. Copen saying kashmir outside can't mailbags terrific. Oh please you miss it. You're going to regret it the rest of your days soon. What we do on on monday. We kind of catch up on the news. Assuming you didn't pay attention to it because you shouldn't on a nice summer weekend we'll catch.

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"gobin" Discussed on Scrolls & Leaves

Scrolls & Leaves

08:13 min | 1 year ago

"gobin" Discussed on Scrolls & Leaves

"Objects in the museum. That speak of colonization back in two thousand eight. When friedrich i joined the museum. She attended an exhibition. That featured objects that once belonged to an indian maharajah named the leap sing. Where bracelets made of gold there was a large probably i took bossier will be cashmere Books and also another box which he might have used for his person. Thinks it's not entirely fears Depend books for his whiting. There was also a personal aspect related to this object but also to the bracelets which he could imagine that he had been wearing and the labels on the display cases percentet`y subject as mine who left in britain spent. The lot of money had very asked aquatic life science and was known for his splendor friedrich. It fell distant quite mesh with what she'd read about them. Harare we'll tell you his backstory briefly delete is five years old in eighteen forty three when he becomes maharaja of the sick empire which is one of the last kingdom standing against the british in india. It is a magnificent monarchy with the rich treasury when the british see a child on the throne. Seize the day launch to bloody anglo sick wars an annex. Spongebob in eighteen. Forty nine the maharaja. Who's now a teenager is exile to britain and groom to be an exotic plaything court. He's kept on a short leash because they know if anyone can unite the indians and especially the fierce jobe warriors against the brits it's duleep later in life delete becomes disillusioned. He tries to go back to punjab to take back the throne and he's arrested en route he eventually dies alone in a paris hotel room so tragic tale not exactly. The life of temptation splendor portrayed in the exhibition. Is it on. This didn't seem to fit ways. What i had went about that. He had to leave punch out. He was basically in exile. So there was a contradiction between these objects and what i knew about his life and this is the part of the story i wanted to bring out onto this guided. My research end carried out later. Sa- to understand much lower. How we got these objects in the collections and what they can tell us about saying his life when he was stood in year and when he came to question feta wanted to let deletes objects speak not by penny yet another authoritative article investigating their origins but rather by inviting dialogue from voices that would generally not be involved in authoritative historical reconstructions. The voices of the sikh diaspora to whom this history means a lot so in two thousand nine she invited to emerging british seek artists to reflect on the maharajah's objects that the museum and paint. She hoped the process would give these objects in he live and bring them from past into the president given that we have so many historical to if they stay in history some of the potential what they can tell what it can mean as is lost. It is very important to engage with communities across the faces will be back on earth and rabindra core who paint together as the sing twins were still emerging artists. This commission boosted their career. They're pretty big now. They've exhibited at the national portrait gallery in london and the national gallery of modern art in new delhi among other places and they favor the style of moghul miniatures informed by their heritage though there art is sharply political and contemporary had met the thing twins before the idea was born as we would commission the thing twins with a painting. We interpreting the to sir. We interpreting Sent we were interested. We want to see what their thoughts were on the jewelry on their own history because being seek but born and written gave them a particular perspective on to louis so i met with them and be disgusted. They sort of jewelry. And then they created this fascinating painting casualty for sir the poultry of to the things sharing him against the backdrop of many different annan. So if you know the style of insurance and you know they work with lease intricate details that he can look as their paintings again and again and will discover something so the complexity of the stories is very much captured in their portrait. I can see in the painting. La who food which the leap ruled out of which is the capital of the sikh empire the sutlej river which was the border of the empire stained with the blood of sikh warriors a setting sun throne which is now displayed at the victoria albert museum in london. The pen case that free mentioned earlier and the rose water bottle the kogi atop the maharajah's turban that belonged to grew gobin. Singh the sikh spiritual leader which has since vanished. It's meant to indicate cultural appropriation. A bible to show the leaves conversion to christianity. He eventually reconverted to sikhism. The to various buried in suffolk the portrait includes the chose it and his tension between somebody who was born in india was sent into exile a. He converted to christianity embraced. Ck's megan it's not about how you feel as an to be to. What is your identity. And how important is identity to you. In this context they embedded are objects and identity. Is the question that is important to over the matter. How old we are. We live in two thousand and fourteen to fifteen. The museum held an exhibition of the painting and his other objects so when we had the exhibition indian encounters. I wanted to use his. In order to engage with the sikh in scotland and there's the very active In glasgow we also have seeks net. Of course they also invited young six edinburgh to explore their own history and young seek thing. Were just brilliant. Had the way how they engaged with the history through these objects but it was through the places in went to the cost of delivering singh. Lifton scotland's came to ask to see the painting and jewelry and also went to london to see the golden throne which had been removed as part of the treaty of lahore. At the same time they wanted to develop their skills and came up with several projects and part of this was creating their own jewelry pieces. So what they did with near project. Just with the facts Wanted to learn about his history by finding out about did saying as one of the ancestors was to give these objects in he live and bring them from historical past into the present. What we do at the museum is to engage communities and i would consider this as.

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"gobin" Discussed on Horror Fictional and True Stories

Horror Fictional and True Stories

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"gobin" Discussed on Horror Fictional and True Stories

"They'll follow by chance of pack. Presumably the one that raided the camp refugees at entrench themselves in the old mount mountain observatory. But will now being seized by the chase. The council decided to help them will now asking for every scout leader. He felt capable of reaching and helping irianese or least recover anything useful. They left behind if the succeeded. Corbin thought capable so the rest of the day was spent readying out for the trump. We go through. The northern barral would as long as possible to keep the actual mounting potus. Showed possible only going west of amount trajan and then up mock would take florida five days but first we had to cross the tire immediately. North of new blessed plans to build a bridge over it but that was only a good idea has now there was a bit east of here but currently stronger tomorrow. We should risk crossing day thirty three weeks the ford by noon and cross it easily. The lack of rain over the last day seemed to accommodate it. Oh maybe the strength of the current was exaggerated by the original scouts. Either way after crossing. We've had no through the woods with currently camping on a big rock in the clinic and we can see mount for john from here already. We make good time so far. They thirty four today was really eventful day. We reached the foot of mount regina after noon. An about halfway up the mountainside camping increase of the mountain face isn't really comfortable with the nightly winds up here day thirty five. You make good progress today. If we lost it could have arrived at the observatory. Sometimes in the evening but facing a chase pack one powerful enough to bring down a settlement nonetheless while being tired out from days worth of hiking in the duck. No thank you. We can see the very tip of From camp and i guess we'll be there. After an hour of walking gobin decided we would not break him. Leave stuff here. The rationale being we'd have to return anyway and this way we wouldn't be weighed down on necessarily a valid strategy. But it makes me uncomfortable anyway. They thirty six today was eventful. We broke camp in the early on planning to arrive at the observatory with the sun to have backs we did. We stopped on the very tip of the last little hale before reaching the plateau. The observatory stood.

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"gobin" Discussed on The A&P Professor

The A&P Professor

05:09 min | 1 year ago

"gobin" Discussed on The A&P Professor

"I'm not sure we all carry this awareness through as fully as we could though. I know for sure that i can be better at it. For example i need to be better at considering the variations of skin. Color particularly the brown and black skin. Tones that we as a society have both ignored and exaggerated as they play out in different physiological states including disease for example when i talk about blushing or flushing of skin do i give examples and very lightly pigmented skin or these processes are easiest to see and completely ignore how that plays out in darker skin when i talk about cyanosis including the role of. Yes you guessed it. Carbon monoxide Mclovin gosh i love that word. Carbon monoxide Gobin when i talk about cyanosis don't include how that looks in very dark skin when i talk about tanning and burning to i use only examples from very light skin or do i bring him examples of darker skin colors when i talk about jaundice to discuss how easy or difficult that may be to discern in someone with black or brown skin something. That's a significant health issue right now relates to the covid nineteen pandemic as you know monitoring oxygen saturation in blood is important in managing the moderate and severe cases of this disease. And that's often done using an easy to use. Little clip device called a pulse. Oximeter the goes on the tip of the finger but the thing is that device works by measuring the color of blood. Moving through the skin of the fingertip if one has dark pigment in that skin the accuracy of the oxygen saturation. Blood be affected. I have a link to a recent about that in the show notes episode page now this inaccuracy least occasional inaccuracy pulse oximeters in patients with dark skin on their fingers can be a big deal in some cases if i have a patient or a relative or household member with dark skin am i taking that into account is i help them monitor. Their blood. oxygen are their health providers taking that into account. The thing is most of my students are future health professionals who are at the very beginning of their training. That means that. I have the awesome responsibility of setting at this stage. Something i learned from my lion taming days. something i brought up in previous episodes. Is that setting. The stage is vital to the success of the lion act and maybe even vital to the survival of the lion tamer and the lions so when it comes to future health professionals. I'm thinking i ought to be taking the opportunity. I have to get my students thinking about the variations of skin color that their patients will have because that could mean life or death or at least some kind of health care if that stage hasn't been said properly. This is that if i can get my students into a mindset to automatically consider variations in skin color when it comes to cyanosis in jaundice and burns and rashes and so on then there far less likely to assume that those conditions are going to be as easy to spot in. Everyone are look the same in everyone is they do in light-skinned examples that they see early in their training. It takes much more than glance to spot some of those conditions dark skin and on rather get them thinking about that sort of thing now rather than having to get that later which sadly they may not get so popping into my local bookstore. I think i'll pick up a copy of the newest recommendation in the amp professor book club. It's called mind the.

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"gobin" Discussed on Psychologists Off The Clock

Psychologists Off The Clock

08:15 min | 1 year ago

"gobin" Discussed on Psychologists Off The Clock

"Practice gets some of the best names in the field. People who do really amazing trainings and you can do them so easily from home right now. I know i've really enjoyed some of the trainings that i've done in the past. And there's some great ones on the lineup coming up you're looking at the lineup. While you can always do act. Immersion with steve hayes. That's fantastic if you wanna take a deep dive into an exception commitment therapy but it was also really excited to see jonathan canter. Robyn gobin and daniel rosen. Are doing a course from allied to anti-racists which is a six week using contextual behavioral model of racism to cultivate personal and professional anti-racists action. I was also excited to see denison. The russillo stand doing a foundation of compassion. Focus therapy course for those that. Wanna learn more about c. f. t. Yeah you'll see some of our podcast guests that we've had on the show doing practice training so check it out and you'll want to go through our website off the clock psych dot com to register. Because you can get a twenty five dollar off discount code for life. Hi debbie. i'm here. Today with an episode with dr mark bracket whose book is permission to feel unlucky in the power of emotions to help our kids ourselves and our society thrive. And i'm here with diana today to introduce the episode. One thing that's really important in this work of building. Emotional intelligence is to just check in. And pay attention to how you're feeling so diana let's start with check in maybe. Yeah you know. I related to the episode that i am feeling really overwhelmed and bogged down. How are you. How are you feeling today. Yeah i'm feeling overwhelmed. Which seems to be the word. The word of the year the word of the day because i yeah i think that's that pretty much captured in one thing that's getting in dr brackets. Work is that he talks about. How overwhelm and stress are words that we probably use a lot but sometimes actually need to break down to understand them better. What's going on. What am i really feeling. This really stresses it. Overwhelm is more than that isn't more complex. How am i feeling it. What's contributing to it to just really take a look at what's happening. It takes practice to learn these skills and he talks about working on these skills. I think in various ways including when you're not in the heat of the moment you know like when you're angry and you're about to lose it is not the time to be practicing the skills for the first time ever it really as a process and i really think it can be really simple keeping them simple as important so one the the simplest things that i teach my kids is what rather than asking them. What are you feeling and have them name it right away. I think that can be hard for kids and even can be hard for us. Adults is just to notice where it is in your body and point to it. Like where are you feeling where does it hurt in our physical selves. We can also do that with our emotional solves and bring some of that. Embodied awareness of emotions often exist within our bodies and they have sensations to them. And then from there like okay. I'm noticing what this feeling feels like. Then we can start to name it. That's sort of a higher level Emotionally the cognitive skill. I think that that can that can be really simple for us as adults to in something that even that i use in yoga practice would be noticing where there's tightness or stuck points in your body and can you just be aware of that point in your body. Allow it to be there and then at some point you could even move into that stuck point and loosen it up a little bit. Yeah that piece around naming emotions. I've used handouts before that. It's either a list of emotions or you've probably seen this before the emotions with faces little like emojis. It's like the original emoji. Jeez yeah which is so interesting. We're commuting communicating so much by emojis at. I wonder if that's part of it's like we've lost our ability to communicate the words like this is how i i don't think that's i think it's hard. That's yeah but that's a good point and sometimes actually you need to use an emoji because like yeah expressing it word in words is much more difficult but you can see the little face yeah. I think these are all tools that can just help you. Identify it and get a little bit more clarity about what's going on what you're feeling which can be really helpful and i really like where he talks about. The state or context dependent learning so state in context dependent learning is basically you learn better a skill when you do it in the state or context that you're you're going to be doing that skill in so if you You know practice your guitar in a setting. That's the same as where your guitars. You're going to be doing the performance. You're more likely to remember how to do that. Skill so we can do that with our emotions to actually. We've had matthew mckay on a really a west onto talk about emotion efficacy where you are actually practicing some of the skills that dr rockets talking about while you are experiencing or imagining the difficult situation that you're going to be at so you could imagine that talks about his mother-in-law you can imagine having dinner with your mother in law and then practicing the skillful action that you want to do in that moment in your mind just like a basketball player may imagine shooting hoops at night. You can do that with your motions. And that can be really helpful in preparing for your south or if you're working with your kids if they're anxious about something you can do some national practice with your kids where you guide them through. What's gonna happen then. They can imagine themselves doing the scuffle behavior in that difficult situation. Yeah how all of this comes down to the saying that you hear some times in our professional circles that it's not really about feeling better. It's about getting better at feeling. And that's what all these skills are about. It's a really important one fantastic. I love this interview. Thank you so much for bringing it to. W it's it's the great one. Dr mark bracket is a professor in the yale child study center and founding director of the yale center for emotional intelligence he has published over one hundred twenty five scholarly articles on the role of emotions and emotional intelligence in learning decision making creativity relationships health and performance. Marcus the lead developer of ruler an evidence based approach to social and emotional learning. That's been adopted by over two thousand schools. We'll talk a bit about this today. And he is the co founder of oji life lab which is a digital emotional intelligence learning system for businesses and he's the author of a fantastic book called permission to feel unlocking the power of emotions to help our kids ourselves and our society thrive mark. Welcome to the podcast. Thank you for inviting me. You're welcome so. I'm gonna start with my first question here. Which is a question. That is peppered throughout your book you ask. The reader says question multiple times ready for it. I'm anticipating y'all right now. The word i'm going to say is overwhelmed. Just feel like i feel like society is overwhelming. I feel like my work is overwhelming Yeah i just feel overwhelmed but come. I'm giving myself the permission to feel. Assume okay. I can relate to that feeling. I've been feeling that a lot lately as well. Yeah so that's your word to or other words at the moment i'm feeling my little fluttering feeling in my heart. I think i'm a little nervous. Because i had to read your bio. You know doing this interview. So i'm a little neurotic. Jewish guy from jersey. So you'll be fine at that great while there's a reason that they are asked that question a lot. Which is that checking in on. How you're feeling asking how you're feeling being asked how you're feeling is a big part of of the skill set. That will be talking about today. Let's dive in and talk about lesser with the problem that underlies. Why you're doing this work. And i think a lot of adults and children struggle to understand their own emotions and express them in a healthy way. What's going.

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"gobin" Discussed on Psychologists Off The Clock

Psychologists Off The Clock

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"gobin" Discussed on Psychologists Off The Clock

"Am so excited to announce that the co hosts of psychologists off the clock are hosting our first annual psychologists off the clock wise mine summit how to adapt and thrive in today's challenging times an amazing lineup of speakers. We have dr rick hansen coming to talk about growing the good in your brain. Dr raphael palladio is coming back to answer our questions about how to sleep. We have julie lift got hames. Who wrote how to be an adult. Who's coming to talk to us about empowering our kids and challenging times and aj harbinger from the art of charm. Podcasts who's going to talk to us about conversations that connect and many many more including presentations from four of the p. otc co hosts are summit. Takes place on friday january. Twenty ninth and saturday january thirtieth. The first three hundred registrants will be able to register for free and will continue to release free tickets as we get. Donations and additional sponsors and after that tickets will only be eight dollars just to cover administrative fees so we hope you will join us really excited. You can check it out on our website at off the clock site dot com psychologists off. The clock is sponsored by online training and continuing education from praxis continuing education they offer multiple formats have high quality training including live online courses. Free webinars an on demand courses practices. Get some of the best names in the field. People who do really amazing trainings and you can do them so easily from home right now. I know i've really enjoyed some of the traits that i've done in the past and there's some great ones on the lineup coming up. Yeah just looking at the lineup while you can always do act. Immersion with steve hayes. That's fantastic if you wanna take a deep dive into can accept commitment therapy but it was also really excited to see jonathan canter. Robyn gobin daniel. Rosen are doing a course from allied to antiracist which is a six week using contextual behavioral model of racism to cultivate personal and professional anti-racists action. I was also excited to see. Dennis gender bacillus. Dan doing foundations of compassion. Focus therapy course for those that. Wanna learn more about the f. T. you'll see some of our podcast guests that we've had on the show doing practice training so check it out and you'll want to go through our website off. The clock psyched dot com to register. Because you can get a twenty five dollar off. discount code. For live training.

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Jeff Goldblum Is Making a Jazz Album

Donna and Marley

00:57 sec | 4 years ago

Jeff Goldblum Is Making a Jazz Album

"Disclaimer you say more right jeff goldblum will release his debut album later this year it's going to be a collection of jazz recordings gobin learned classical piano as a child before switching to jazz and played in cocktail lounges in pittsburgh from the age of fifteen he has played ever since and regularly performs jazz standards with his band the mildred snits or orchestra named for a family friend though he has never before recorded his work for release is signed with decca whose executives accorded him after seeing him play on the graham norton show wow that's kinda cool i like jeff goldblum i want to see what else he can do mark on tv tonight we have the fourth season premiere of the breakable kimmy.

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