21 Burst results for "Haase"

Skubal Wins Consecutive Starts, Tigers Beat ChiSox 4-3

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 2 weeks ago

Skubal Wins Consecutive Starts, Tigers Beat ChiSox 4-3

"Sharks Google struck out a career high eleven and Eric Haase homered twice in the tigris for three down into the white Sox school allowed one run and four hits in five innings winning consecutive starts for the first time in his big league career seven on the way the Rogers calling the game in our game plan that we kind of had going into it just be able to execute that and you know that's kind of the punch outs come from he was coming off six shutout innings of three hit ball against the Yankees on may thirtieth Miguel Cabrera also homered for the Dodgers who had dropped thirteen of their previous fourteen games against the white Sox Lucas Giolito gave up four runs and seven hits in seven innings the white Sox had won nine of twelve I'm the ferry

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How the San Francisco Comunity Music Center is thriving in the pandemic

Voices of the Community

07:16 min | 4 months ago

How the San Francisco Comunity Music Center is thriving in the pandemic

"Of our counters died from complications due to hiv and aids. I'm the remaining survivor. There are many who supported a stirring that time but having navigated losing dancers choreographers audience members weekly similar to what we're seeing now and yet the differences so many people were unaware and didn't care you can tell. The pain still sits with me the trauma and i think that we are in that now. We will be in that period of time. I would say decades of time where we will be sitting with. What wasn't done. What was left unsaid. What was not attempted for the safety of people over profit. This is the co founder and executive director of dancers group wayne hazard. The dancer group was born in the middle of the aids crisis and has over the decades into a service organization providing wrap around fiscal sponsorship programs and services to incubate and support artists and the dance community as well as their historical roots at presenting unique grassroots base. Dance to the san francisco bay area. I'm joined remotely via zoom by wayne hazard the executive director of dancers group. Thanks for being here win. Thanks george it's my pleasure on martin luther king junior day twenty twenty one yes quite a solemn day and quite a powerful day so segue to our first question. Which is i think. The audience probably doesn't know dance group which is an interesting can of service group model. So if you could give us a little background on the dancers group and some of the really unique the of eighteen programs while it's my favorite topic obviously vance's group has been around since nineteen eighty two and we were founded in san francisco's mission district. We really started out. As a collective of choreographers of dance makers looking to have support space and camaraderie and ways to be in relationship to one. Another and really. That hasn't changed thirty nine years later. I like to call us now. Hybrid organization. Because i think it kind of clicks with people one and two. It's kind of what we do in terms of providing direct services to dance makers dancers those interested in dance and we also present dance at timmy's and i say that in that way because we do commissioning of work but we also have large programs of the your leg bay area dance week where pretty The pandemic we had twenty two thousand people in the spring. Take free dance. Classes all over the bay area from hip hop to who led to back to tap to beginning movement classes. Were children to adults. Dance for people with parkinson's you name it. We probably haven't morale-booster over the years so the services we do really are about you know supporting people where they are classes. Discounts performance information discounts on those and. Then we provide direct services to dance makers through our fiscal sponsorship program. We have over one hundred and twenty five dance companies dance projects that fundraise under us so each year close to one point. Five million raised less than we redistribute through expenses back to those entities where over generally pandemic times of three hundred thousand people attend those company and artists activities classes and performances though this last going on ten months with covid nineteen and so much of obviously performing arts and dance especially is a personal experience. How has the dance group dealt with the covid nineteen and economic meltdown. And then how do you feel like. It's impacted all of the dozens of dance. Performance groups that you incubate and work with big question. I'll start by saying that. Dancers groups founders along with myself win through the aids pandemic in the early eighties. All the way into the nineties and still continuing today as a worldwide pandemic beget really not seeing that way. Because of i think broadly and it's changed a bit but seeing as a gay male disease. Two of our founders died from complications hiv and aids. I'm the remaining survivor. There are many who supported a stirring that time but having navigated losing dancers choreographers audience members weekly similar to what we're seeing now and yet the differences so many people were unaware and didn't care you can tell. The pain still sits with me the trauma and i think that we are in that now. We will be in that period of time. I would say decades of time where we will be sitting with what was done what was left unsaid. What was not attempted for the safety of people over prophet so specifically to your question. I think one of the first things we did as an organization is aboard said. Are you okay and we. We talked a lot. We said to staff your job is there. We like many organizations applied for support both private foundations and others to help us navigate this time. We are very fortunate in the bay area to have major foundations. Like the hewlett some rain ins and haase's and fly checkers Really step forward and then we just looked at getting information out early on also. Many organizations were creating cove relief funds and the area had going. i and i was approached by a donor. Saying here's a large took money. Let's get this out to dancers. And i said well what if we join forces with theatre bay area would if we not created just one more fun but just was able to get more money to one fund and so the funder liked that the donor like that theatre bay area. Love that inter music. Sf joined as well and so there's a performing arts workers relief fund on theatre bay area dot org site it's also on dancers

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"haase" Discussed on Run It Again

Run It Again

06:10 min | 6 months ago

"haase" Discussed on Run It Again

"Over fifty most of are limping or they've got a cane or is brutal people have such brutal game on your body. And now you're gonna add another game to it and then here's what the legal do they'll add another game but they won't do anything to the roster my is if you add another game great then then make us make every team have to sit every player from one week during the season right. Pick you or give us another players giving give me more bodies give us more bodies so the special teams because you lose guys on special teams like crazy so right then fine or eliminate the kickoff. You know do something to take away from the wear and tear in these guys. They could care less. It's just about money. that's why ask him. Why seventeen games right now. Well we we know why. Yeah so right. So are the players going to give you know. How much more money do they get. Haase's effect those guys into contract right now. Do they get more money than as moves. Seventeen i don't think so. You think they're gonna do that. No so they play mtm games. But you're still under that same contract. You had to play another game. That doesn't make sense. It's just wrong. It's immoral to me. I i thought that when i was on the competition mini not that i was successful but as it is just wrong. You can't do this. Yeah so they'll take out the preseason games right. I mean already said that. So we'll be to start. They don't plan those things anyway. They don't play any right. No so okay so what you do in the preseason games you find out who guys are. If there's you know you're basically it's a try it for all these other guys to get on the roster right. Yeah so now you limit dad. You've already eliminated the off season. So there's obviously now you limited preseason games one of these guys gonna learn how to play and how you evaluate guys..

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Why Not Just Be The Best?

Marketing Secrets

07:20 min | 8 months ago

Why Not Just Be The Best?

"All right. So Last weekend was insane I duNNo. If I told you this yet private and county deep. But I chance to go speaker Gingrich Season Tony Robbins Event Tony's studio which he built a huge studio and covert hit Zoom rumors like this huge stadium, rapin zoom walls and. It was crazy scam. You saw that pitchers but it was really special and really fun and we're actually flew there in Tony's private plane, which was crazy she his house and just it was really special weekend but. Telling you too much of that. I was thinking go deeper. So many crazy. A three call talking about although haase antiquated from that. I. Will drop out to you throughout the next few episodes but. There's one thing that's interesting. So We decided women, there were six days, which is kind of cool. We had out some really cool people and just relax and take a break a little bit and you know at the hotel there's so gets the scoop massages. So we started from Sasha two different days and obviously now the Cova, there's weirdness Boise Lovato. Idaho's is different but in Florida, were at, they have different rules rights face masks more often all sorts of stuff. So go get our first massage and He didn't there and it was only sixty minute massage because that's all they had time for that day or whatever, and this comes out she puts on plastic gloves, which was kind of weird Mike wasn't my favorite by Monica. Whatever. So And It was not it was not my favorite massage. Partially because they anyway, there are a lot of reasons why I just it was. Annoyed like it wouldn't feel good. It was just like she was technically giving massage but was not getting Sasha so much. So by the end of my sixty minutes like normally get a ninety minute massage and my sixteen massage like I just wanted to be done I was like it was like the longest sixty minutes life miserable I didn't have a good time and is even thinking like I hate massage like maybe maybe changed mental like the January maybe whatever and I'm so annoyed and finally got Donald. Kevin's is over I give me out of here and I just like Laugh A. Beautiful SPA and all these like I'm done like I don't I don't do beside I don't do. Anymore despise like I just had a horrible experience I I make. ASSANGE again anime rafter. GotTa massages later and then met afterwards and and I was like that was horrible. I don't ever want to give me Josh again and he said we have booked for tomorrow. May I know him? I don't really want to go as we cancel and. anyway it was just it was interesting. So. Next I go back because they have a twenty four hour cancellation periods have to Sasha like massages. This is GonNa be ninety minutes I'm going to be miserable. Just the whole thing right. So get there and kind of bad attitude and talking to Susan she's different person in super. Nice, and we we out massages she starts. The same thing has for the plastic gloves, which is kind of annoying but whatever. Does massage and this time it is a complete experience. was like an artist like it was it was amazing. Everything. It's Chris spend the same amount of money both massages. Right and the first one I wanted to die I wanted to get off the table on the right next person was insane. They were amazing like the ninety minutes was over and I was like, are you kidding me like I want to give you some more money? I spent flip back over and keep doing this back and forth all day. Until your to your shift or whatever like it was it was it was amazing and I remember laying there thinking about how like just twenty four hours earlier massage from person CEO same same spa everything and how I hated it, and this was amazing. Why would they compete anything to continue this experience longer and I started thinking about? This right both of these people would consider themselves from sizes masseuses right Both and got paid to say May to do the job but one was artist one was great. What they do and one was just did the thing, right? And I started thinking about my life lake. Everything. I've done I've tried. I don't know I always wanted to be the best I remember when I was wrestling about this this. This tape has s tape pre DVD's. And it was. The story about Tom Terry brands were twin brothers who are wrestlers, Iowa. Remember the movie started with I tom brands he comes and says, my name's Tom Brands my goal simple going to be the best wrestler in the world. Next thing came up as Terry brant my goal simple. I want to be the best wrestler in the whole world and that's how starts and boom. It goes into training montage and stuff and I was just like, yes. I remember thinking I. Can make my name's Russell Brunson the great wrestler in the world right and so I because I didn't want to be a good wrestler I want to be like okay. I wanted to be the best in the world and obviously never got there. That was my belief because I got way for the night probably ever should've gotten my skill and talent level right? I've state champ. I was an all American second in the Nation High School into college. Rank the top ten college never place NCA but but you know I did I heard your career and which to business was the same thing I got into business I wasn't on make moody who I was like. The greatest market ever lived like if I'm doing this job anywhere might as well take the amazing it right like. and. And I was just thinking about during massage just like people have the same job title. One's amazing ones like. You know and I think about for all of us like my kids. I. Keep with my kids and I don't care. We don't care what you WanNa be when you grow up like don't be like, okay. Be The best in the world like. A how do you? How do you become amazing not just give amazing. What are you have to do different I don't know I don't know how to teach that exactly more. So than just like helping has want that desire like don't be the crappy I think about funnel building right like th. There's tons of you without teaching fungibility and doing fun bill and you can hire someone and you will they hire someone in they get a funnel in the funnel stocks and she's like. You know your federal building become the best in the world obsess about designing copying all these things that when you build someone to funnel like you handed to them, it should be art they should be away by just like you know the second has blown away like. That's experience when a gift somebody if you can't give some experience like you need to geek out more, you got to go deeper you had become better. Become the best in the world that you are in your craft whatever it is right. If I was a dentist locators dentist, but there's there's amazing dense chiropractic. I won't be good chiropractor on the best in the world.

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"haase" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

Bulletproof Radio

07:40 min | 1 year ago

"haase" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

"But I think you bring up. One other point is that it's an it's. Nessie. Units Messy Systems Medicine as messy hacking his nessie. When you're actually dealing with reality, it's messy if you're gonNA deal with a made up idea like an icy, D ten code. Oh, you have type two diabetes and and Oh. That's happens to be a particular is ten code for billing purposes, and if you stop there and diabetes is diabetes diabetes, you can't start ferreting out will. How did you get to this place? And the closer you try to get to understanding the the multi-cultivation of diagnosis, the the more. You actually have to be honest about and I think that's actually a challenge philosophical challenge, not just with medicine, but with humans we love certainty. We don't like things to be kinda cloudy kind of messy. We don't like probabilities we want. Certainty at the bottom line is reality is filled with uncertainty improbabilities, and and when we accept that we have so much more power, we then can start dealing with multifactorial analysis and multidimensional plans like the call a lifestyle. And get huge benefit out of that stuff, but it's not this one magic ingredient that we all want to believe is happening I I very much appreciate that perspective, and like it's messy. Hacking Meadow contras tough. But you said something really straightforward coenzyme Q. It's not that expensive to get some co Q. Ten. I've been taking rela high doses of it for many many years. And the data's out there. That says it's a good idea. Data's out there and also you know. It's it's just crazy. How many upstream things are possible? We don't have to do everything to do things that are very meaningful. Start where you are with what you have now that that's probably the most important thing. Eddie said in the interview, so you don't have to everything I i. worry when I write books like I. Want a complete universe. But Man. If you try to do everything in superhuman, you'd better be willing to write a seriously big check. I know I did or even like. Do the research for the book but also the checking that you right is in time. You're going to have to fly around and do bunch of weird stuff and take handful supplements. I don't do everything I talked about I think that he shou Wu herb, even though it might be good for tastes like crap, and it ruins my coffee if I put it in there, so like man. Counter, but I might not put it in because it's gross I, you know what am I gonNa do about that, and so there are limits and that perfection, and all that will actually make old. It'll probably give you Alzheimer's too so it's like got pick something if if you improve great if you didn't stop doing it, and that goes for bulletproof coffee to hey, if you don't feel better when you drink it then don't drink it. It's Ok it just happens to work. For most people just like coenzyme q ten works for most people like it's one of those things so. Yeah. I. Do have to recommend your book because a lot of people listening to this show. They get it that I'm I'm very future oriented I'm like seeing. Seeing things before they happen. An avid track record of doing that I don't I don't like to be called a future as but a lot of what I do is that what's it? GonNa look like in a while and I somehow no and and position things for that and I think you have that same thing that same mindset in your book so for for someone listening to the. The show you're listening to the saying all right Is it worth my time to read it? Look if you get excited about knowing what's happening in the future and maybe being one of the first people to live way longer than all of your friends. Who didn't do what you told them to do. I think this is a good books for you to read. House that kind of dark intro for book. That's good. I like dark intro. You know I I want to be really clear I I wrote this book for only a few people you know. I I, one of the people who are really curious I wanted people wanted to solve their own questions and start that process of if you're stuck, where do you go from here and the number of answers that are within us are are. Of of infinite number saw the your book has called curiosity heels the human and you're definitely knowledged expert in the field the institute for Functional Medicine. Is, a major training ground for the functional medicine. Doctors who I've been recommending since even before I started bulletproof, and so you're the guy who trains them on Mytalk, Andrea and you're. You're very deep. These other very cutting edge things like washing your blood end people. Today learned from you. You know here's the free version. Here's the five thousand dollar version, and if you're in the hospital, the fourteen thousand dollar version not fourteen thousand dollars. That's just for the band aid when they're done the the procedures even more. But on that note David I. Really appreciate you taking the time to be on the show and just the work you're doing saying look I'm a doctor and I'm to make people better regardless of of the way the system is set up and I'm going to do it with no hard numbers and science and understanding of complexity, and that your curiosity is serving you in and millions of others, so thank you. Dave. Thank you for having me on. Everything I do is about. How do we create health you know? How can we maximize wellness? And it may seem like I am involved in these disparate things, but at the at the end of the day the end of the day it's about. The, humans being able to live into the lives that they deserve can achieve, and it's. It's it's. It's an incredible opportunity to engage that mystery and to work within it, so thanks for having me on I really appreciate you got it. Your website is David Hoc-? That's H.. A. S. E.. MD DOT COM. You got it. You got an Anna and we'll have a assessment on there just how you can. You. What is your best way to for super humanizing? It was bit. There's been a ball. Thank you for the work. You're doing in the World Dave. You got it. Now. If you liked it is episodes. Definitely read read David's book. read any book that you think is going to provide more back to you than the time you spend reading it, and if you make up hypothesis, you test, I pastas by reading or listening to a book and you were correct what you do. is you go to Amazon and you say I achieved victory. That's a five star review and if you're. You're like this book was a total waste of my time. Why did they kill a tree to print it? Then what you do is you go and you say you know what here's what was wrong with it, so the author can. No, you don't give them a five star review, but we have to have feedback that you track to hack it so as authors. We care greatly. Our book was worth your time or not. Because if we spent two thousand or ten thousand hours, and had blood taken out, and did all sorts of weird, tapping into our bone marrow to write a book for You Just let me know if it was worth it, you know, let Dave, know feels worth it, so thank you for reviewing the books you read and thank you for reading. Because reading makes you a better human have an awesome day and I'll see on the next episode. Bulletproof radio was created and hosted by Dave asprey the executive producer. Darcy himes PODCAST Assistant Bev Hamson. His podcast information purposes only statements and views expressed on this podcast or not medical advice this podcast including Dave Aspirin. The producers disclaim responsibility.

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Fashion and War in America

Dressed: The History of Fashion

08:15 min | 1 year ago

Fashion and War in America

"Are currently in the midst of international fashion week. Yes and last week. We talked about the origins of the semi-chaotic relationship between fashion and Hollywood film. But we only got into the nineteen thirties so today. We're moving out of the thirties and into the nineteen forties. Which of course takes US straight into World War Two and on the show? We've talked a lot about fashion and war as it relates to Europe during World War One and World War Two but less so about the relationship fashion and war in America and it's actually incredibly fascinating because throughout the nineteen thirties. America's changing perception of their homegrown talent was reflected in Ariz- leading fashion magazines. Such as Vogue and Harper's bazaar at both of those magazines began to feature American fashion designers more and more throughout the decade. Elizabeth Haase reflected on this transitory period in American fashion in her book. Fashion is spinach which was published in nineteen thirty eight and in it. She writes quote in the late twenties ninety percent of the drawings and photographs. Where the work? A prison couturiers and. She's talking about Vogue and Harper's bazaar and then she says many pages and both magazines are now devoted to close created in America for American Life. The outbreak of World War Two and nineteen thirty nine mark significant shift in the fate of American designers who having continued to operate in the shadow of Paris throughout the nineteen thirties. Were suddenly left to stand all on their own and during the German occupation of Paris from June nineteen forty to August nineteen forty four. Many of the leading French couture houses were forced to close and those that did remain open did so under severely limited operations and some pretty severe restrictions as well right and for those of our listeners. Who might not have heard? April actually did a fantastic interview on stuff. You Mr History class which we featured a couple months ago so check it out if you want to learn more about fashion world war two so for the French fashion industry. This meant that communication with America during World War Two. It meant that one of their most important export markets was almost entirely broken and in one thousand nine hundred one after American designers and manufacturers presented promising fall and spring collections New York Times fashion journalist Virginia Pope well. She declared Murck City to be the fashion center of the world and AIRCON designers may have come into their own during the war but they did so under restriction and regulation beginning in nineteen forty two American fashion designers had to grapple with restrictions imposed by regulation l eighty five which were government imposed sanctions at severely limited. Just what designers could and could not produce the purpose of l. eighty-five was to conserve materials. Needed for the war effort and this included fabrics such as silk cotton wool. Leather Rubber Nylon. So you know pretty much. Every material that you need to make clothing and footwear and the regulations thus restricted just. How much material could be used in the making of new garments so we had campaign such as make-do-and-mend which encouraged people to avoid shopping altogether by mending their old clothes. Something we of course support very much today. L. eighty-five essentially challenge the very nature of the fashion industry itself. As we all know depends on the production of new seasonal clothing styles to stimulate consumerism and as we establish last episode Hollywood films while they were actively complacent and encouraging fashion consumption throughout the nineteen thirties and costume designers like their fashion designer. Counterparts were not exempt from L. Eighty five regulations during the war in an eighteen. Forty four article in the New York Times renowned Hollywood costume designer. Edith head called L. Eighty five quote. The greatest boone ever came to fashion designers in Hollywood so it would appear casts that in the nineteen forties costume designers still considered themselves as fashion designers. And she goes on to say about eighty-five quote. It vanished super luxury and brought us all down to Earth. Today we create sensible styles for women the kind that they can actually wear and she goes on to say how. Well I remember the day when we would swirl Fox skins around the hem of a secretary address or wipe satin uniform on a trained nurse. Now we hold to stark realism and by this time had been the head designer at paramount. For seven years she had taken over for her predecessor. Travis Banton in nineteen thirty seven and head like baton began her career in film working with Howard greer in the nineteen twenties as a costume illustrator before climbing the ranks and indeed head is certainly one of the most prolific and fame designers from the Hollywood golden age. Numerous books have been written about this prolific designer who April has eight Academy Awards for best costume design and wait for it. She has four hundred and forty four credits. On that's intense. She worked for almost sixty years in the film industry so she had an incredible career her first credit it dates to nineteen twenty five and her last film is dead. Men Don't wear plaid with Steve Martin. That released after her death in nineteen eighty two so she died in one thousand nine hundred. One at the age of eighty. Three head is quoted and Margaret Bailey's nineteen eighty-two book those Glorious Glamour Years as saying quote. I do not consider a motion picture costume designer necessarily a fashion creator because we do the script tells us to if we do a period piece then we recreate fashion. That was done before. And if we have a character role we do character close. It is only by the accident of a script that calls for fashion an actress that can wear fashion that some of the beautiful clothes will emerge. I don't consider myself a designer in the sense of fashion designer. I am a motion picture costume designer. So just how did head go from identifying as a fashion designer in Hollywood and the nineteen forties to firmly distinguishing herself as a costume designer by the end of her career? I love this answer. You pro because it actually lies with the advent of yours new-look which is a little unexpected as many of us know nineteen forty seven witnessed this dramatic and sudden change in fashion. Thanks to the unprecedented success of Christiane Yours Premier collection and he introduced dresses with nipped in ways. Those padded hips and full long skirts and they stood in direct contrast to the war regulated fashions of years prior which is why so many people loved them. Unfortunately for the many films released the year that this change took place. The costumes were immediately glaringly out of fashion again. Dino Dior's new look was significant reminder. That though film cost you may be perceived and interpreted as fashion it will never be able to truly contend with the whims and follies of contemporary trends. And Edith. Had designed costumes for eleven films that were released in nineteen forty seven so to say that she was affected is a bit of an understatement. Here and looking on this period for the book. Edith head's Hollywood edith reflected quote. I learned my lesson. The hard way just offered Dior brought out the new look every film I had done in the past few months. Looked like something from the bread lines with each screening. I vowed that I would never get caught by fashion trend again and became a confirmed fence sitter. Although despite her weariness of fashion trends did not keep her designs from apparently sparking them as was the case with address she designed for Elizabeth Taylor and a place in the sun which was a nineteen fifty film in a nineteen seventy-eight article for the American Film Journal. Edith wrote my dress for Elizabeth Taylor and a place in the sun was taken up by manufacturer of debutante Party dresses. Someone at paramount wants counted at a party thirty seven Elizabeth Taylor's dancing. All studio designers have created something that influences fashion. But a good costume designer. Shouldn't try to influence style though. Naturally he hopes to hit upon something that many people will like

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"haase" Discussed on Fantastic Worlds Podcast

Fantastic Worlds Podcast

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"haase" Discussed on Fantastic Worlds Podcast

"Uh Haase's and she's the the weight of what she did in order to help win. This fight is starting to hit her. Miraculously I feel physically more or less in order and and I have a feeling it has something to do with isn't drama to still floating. She's she's descending next to you and honorine thing like all the shadows sloughing laughing off. Bits makes a gesture towards ANDROMEDA. She's like so we should be asking her a breakfast room. Perception reception and drama does a peace sign. Says I'm fine. I also want you. Romania knowledge. Nature is wow a one on the die so Twelve you. Luckily you don't need high row for this. You looking into Pippas is in the Red Ed in her eyes starts to clear out of the way and as you look you see. Her is not a normal round pupil but a almost a slit and you instantly recognize that as the eyes of a crocodile PIPPA your vision has narrowed significantly and you can only see about thirty. Thirty confronted is there like any accompanying like energy laws or like you're limited crocodiles. Don't have the best vision but they can focus very intently intently. On small and nearby objects pippa immediately lake closes them unlike puts her head in her hands. Like I'm sorry I I. I guess not feeling as well as I thought I need to the magic I need to sit down Yep Yep probably GONNA. I can't see very well right now. I'm GONNA sit down. And she just schlongs down right where she is next to the CENA's body drama. Would you mind parent carefully.

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"haase" Discussed on Natch Beaut

Natch Beaut

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"haase" Discussed on Natch Beaut

"Along from one DRI. I'm Ingrid Haase and this. This is the moment this is episode. One the Taylor swift of it all I just got engaged congrats to to me and while my engagement story looks amazing on Social Media I will say that love is in all magic in fact the relationships that work in my life have used almost zero witchcraft at all and believe me I'm into witchcraft. I mean I've done it all. I've put crystals Oliver my body praying for the one to come so I'm coming from a real place. I'm down with magic but this series isn't just about the magic of love. It's also about the hard work. The unexpected turns love and relationships. Take it's about what it takes for you or me or anyone to get two happily ever after it's so hard to meet the person we WANNA spend the rest of our lives with. I'm no spring chicken. I've dated it's a nightmare there. It took me four failed relationships and approximately one thousand awful Internet dates and then once you find them. You're in a constant state of anx wondering if they feel the same way about you if you made the right choice if we both want the same things and that feeling doesn't always go away once you're in a relationship Mike the afternoon my fiance. He proposed was magical. It was by a waterfall on the other side of the planet in New Zealand. The pictures are stunning but what they don't show you is the meltdown I have the day before where I refuse to leave my bed because I was convinced he was never going. Ask Me to marry him. The only witness restrained or my fiance handed his camera to she realized what was happening around the same time I did and kept shouting. Oh my God oh my God but she got the shot and I have that video forever so if you're listening thank you you. Why do we feel the need to hike out to waterfalls in the world's most beautiful places just to ask someone a question and what's the right way to show someone how much we love them? Does it even matter and in the case of Alex Goldschmidt there was some a magic Taylor swift gave him hope and then eventually one of her songs would inspire his marriage proposal in true Taylor fashion it was bigger and better than he could have ever imagined. So what do people out to you. Were just like ruined. Puzzles says for everyone there were like how am I supposed to propose now. That was like sorry that's a lie. He's not sorry at all but before Alex could put a ring on it he'd have to find his person and even with billions of people.

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"haase" Discussed on The Moment

The Moment

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"haase" Discussed on The Moment

"The wonder you would like to cordially invite you to the podcast event of the year. This is the moment I'm Ingrid Haase and I just got engaged and whether or not you have a plus. Last one in your life we'll hear all about my love life and other people's stories as we travel the sometimes bumpy road to love and commitment because what do we actually know about love some people think they. Now when they see it I was taught that there is a one and I know I looked at him and I knew I didn't. I looked at him and said let's give it a try others know when they feel it this an of your. Intuition which tells you I think this might be a good guy and some are worried. They're never gonNA find it. I tweeted I pride myself on still thinking love can be like a romantic comedy but sometimes I just think I'm behind Khun. Just won't catch up. When we're talking about red wine like I had some red wine cat I was in my field? Moment was then came. ooh from the people who brought you the frank next door Dr Death and dirty John. This is the moment a new series from wondering where nobody dies and people actually like each other together. We're going to explore the big questions around love love. Will I ever find someone if I like it. Will I put a ring on and how the hell does anybody get to happily ever. After so. What do people queue up team? We're just like cube ruined puzzles for everyone.

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"haase" Discussed on Riggle's Picks with Rob Riggle & Sarah Tiana

Riggle's Picks with Rob Riggle & Sarah Tiana

03:39 min | 2 years ago

"haase" Discussed on Riggle's Picks with Rob Riggle & Sarah Tiana

"As you recall when we had moussaka STS and Haase Mer, and Gordon, and you know, Kane Escobar when we had our two thousand fourteen fifteen World Series teams. They came up together. A lot of those guys came up together. Okay. And they played in the minors. Like, the did they do. They all got do their minds, but these guys were together from from the beginning, and they work their way up right through the minor system. And as they came through the minor system they were winning the minors. They were winning the championships in the minors, which nobody knows about. Because nobody follows it really. But they were winning in the minors. And they Dayton Moore. The GM took notice of this stuff and was like, hey, you know, they work well together. And so when they came when it was their time to ascend to the majors, and they came they came up as a group, and they still had that winner mentality that championship mentality that and they played so well together that we ended up making it to the World Series two years in a row, and because they had this great chemistry. Well, deep deep right now in royals minor league system the same. Mo Joe is happening are Nashville team are minor league team in Nashville is winning championships. And the the the young players they have on that team are stellar awesome standouts, and they jive they all like each other. They're coming up together. And I think in the next three years three to four depending on when they hit the major when they finally hit the show the royals will be back in postseason bowl. So there you go royals fans. There's your deep scouting report of robbery. Say it was like all those guys kids or like in the minors already. And like they're coming together. But I'm telling you, it's the vibes out there. Five six five. I like the sexy vibe or Kansas City. That's it Merican league. So I don't give shit about the American League. It's not the real league. Anyway. Oh. Oh, that's just that's just the American. You just make the game. Exciting. You guys make a a I'm just speaking for all true Americans, not communist, but you know, what? Dickhead pitcher. Three pitches. Every goes, oh, this is great time to go. Take a dump I can take a long or hot win because we're gonna watch the pitcher get up during. Like, a she like she like, he has a badminton whatever they call a racket. That's what it looks like it's Fetig or you could bring up. Now batting third position or fourth supermax. Some beast walks out there, all glistening like, Bo. Jackson back in the day was uniforms too. Goddamn tight. Shaq's four run Homer. Telling about well when you ever get to see that in Kansas City. You let me know. See it all the time. DHA on spell. Yeah. Sure. So anyway. What do you got jam? We do you got for us. Anything yet will fans have been sending me turn award nomination. Oh, right. Yes. Turtle or. Say raw like this one's from Alabama. And then I realized it was from my hometown. Is it your family or anybody?.

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"haase" Discussed on Anxiety Slayer

Anxiety Slayer

05:57 min | 2 years ago

"haase" Discussed on Anxiety Slayer

"Your neck and jaw feel relaxed. You might feel a wave of heavy relaxation move all the way down your body now from your head all the way down to your toes as you rest and breed gently. Breathe deeply with ease effortless. And peaceful. Rest and relax. As you breathe slowly and rest here, you can know that you are taking good care of your mind. You're taking good care of your nervous system. And you can allow yourself a moment of self appreciation. Now as you acknowledge how you are looking after yourself. As you acknowledge that you are letting go of stress. That you are allowing your mind to rest. That you are doing what you can to care for yourself. And let any thoughts of criticism or concern for yourself and others just blow away now. And let your mind be carefree dreamy, soft, and relaxed. prepare yourself now to return to wake awareness. ready to enjoy? What's left of this day with an open mind and heart feeling refreshed Haase's and beautifully present in your own life? And in the life of those you love.

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"haase" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

03:13 min | 2 years ago

"haase" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"I don't wanna go whether sirens because the last time the person took me there, and I got really it was too long, and I got to stress, and I couldn't cope with it. And you almost what we talk about humans, and you almost kind of snap and suddenly become afraid or have. An automatic response, and this can range did nightmare since and things like that. And this can happen with dogs as well. So what we're really concerned about is not so much in the assistance dogs because I think a lot of the assistance dog handlers are really well trained as you say where we're really seeing this is in the therapy dog emotional support animal situation, you know, the emotional support animal on the airplane that is just terrified. And all I can think about is. I hope that presence of that animal is really young that owner because there's a cost there. You know, but a little stress they made learn how to deal with it. Right. And if I hide my head under the jacket of my owner stress goes away, that's fine. That's part of life. But then if it doesn't go away, right? And it's pro long you're going to have a severe effect. Yeah. Yeah. And I've been on those planes and seen those the dogs like that. And I have had the same thoughts. Dr Haase Lau, I hope it's really worth it to you for what you're putting this little animal through that's not prepared for this experience. So yeah. And that aims -iety can just build. So if that happens, how can you treat anxiety behaviors? Well. Be depending on sort of how far they've gone how they've developed. It depends on temperament or personality of the animal. So a lot of variables that go in it. But certainly a very qualified behavior is not so much a trainer, but a true professional apply behaviors can't treat it. There are ways of treating it through a certain kinds of behavior modifications or methods that we have using positive reinforcement. There's somewhat like methods used for humans. There are medications that can be used to to begin to desensitize the animal to whatever was so negative, and you kind of work them back into the situation gently so there are certainly some methods. You know, that can be used to recover a dog or a person from a traumatic situation, you know, too much stress, basically, but my concern is that there needs to be somebody who's recognizing that that's the situation and recognizing that the dog needs help and not putting the dog right back into that situation. Even after treatment things like that. And so that's that's where the education is. And and the the trying to get out information about the warning signs and and things like that. Yeah. Well, this is a wonderful information, and we are going to take just a quick moment. And here's some important messages from our sponsors. And then we're gonna come back and continue talking about this. Because there's lots more to talk about it. We're so glad that Dr Haase with us to give us his expertise on this really important subject for all dogs, but especially for working dogs. So come right down. On a perfectly possum pet party. Having an awesome birthday or adoption day celebration.

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"haase" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

03:17 min | 2 years ago

"haase" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"You can build stronger dog when the body and the mind can't cope with it that we start to produce truly negative effects where the stress is so severe or prolonged that turns into an anxiety or it becomes a negative response and becomes associated with that event. And so I don't wanna go back in that room. I don't wanna go whether sirens because the last time the person took me there, and I got really it was too long, and I got to stress, and I couldn't cope with it. And you almost what we talked about in humans, and you almost kind of snap and suddenly become afraid or have an automatic response. And this can range did nightmares and things like that. And this can happen with dogs as well. So what we're really concerned about is not so much the assistance dogs because I think a lot of the assistance dog handlers are really well trained as you say where we're really seeing this is in the therapy dog emotional support animal situation, you know, they motioned support animal on the airplane. That is just terrified. And all I can think about is. I hope that presence of that animal is really young rating that owner because there's a cost there. You know, but a little stress they made learn how to deal with it. Right. And if I hide my head under the jacket of my owner distress goes away, that's fine. That's part of life. But then if it doesn't go away. Right. And it's pro long you're going to have a severe effect. Yeah. Yeah. And I've been on those planes and seeing those the dogs like that. And I have had the same thoughts. Dr Haase Lau, I hope it's really worth it to you for what you're putting this little animal through that's not prepared for this experience. So yeah. And that ain't Zayed ache and just build. So if that happens, how can you treat anxiety behaviors? Well. And depending on sort of how far they've gone how they've developed. It depends on the temperament or personality of the animal. So a lot of variables that go in it. But certainly very qualified behavior is not so much a trainer, but a true professional apply them behaviors can treat it. So there are ways of treating it through certain kinds of behavior modifications or methods that we have using positive reinforcement. There's somewhat like methods used for humans. There are medications that can be used to to begin to desensitize the animal to whatever was so negative, and you kind kinda work them back into the situation gently so there are certainly some methods. You know, that can be used to recover a dog or a person from a traumatic situation too, much stress, basically. But my concern is that there needs to be somebody who's recognizing that that's the situation and recognizing that the dog needs help and not putting the dog right back into that situation. Even after treatment things like that. And so that's that's where the education is. And and the trying to get out information about the warning signs and and things like that. Yeah. Well, this is a wonderful information, and we are going to take just a quick moment. And here's some important messages from our sponsors. And then we're gonna come back and continue talking about this. Because there's lots more to talk about it. We're so glad that Dr has with us to give us his.

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"haase" Discussed on The Agostinho Zinga Show

The Agostinho Zinga Show

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"haase" Discussed on The Agostinho Zinga Show

"I think before Christmas when I was training, quiet Haase and doing my stuff really, well, I star December hours to seventeen to fifteen and the diet was loose. But it wasn't a strict I'm doing now. And I was looking out quite well. So if I if I kind of rump up the diet and continue working are looking before I should wake she kind of eventually fall off and the overall goal for the rest of the age of the maintain that wherever way I am by the end of March. That's wanna maintain for the whole year. Because I know when I dropped down to one eight one eighty when I was working to is back in the day. It was great to mazing close. Amazing. It was probably a little bit unmanageable white for me. I think in in the long run because requires me to work out so much, and it was change it again, I think long term is gonna have to commit to make sure that I keep on top of account be always around the two hundred Mark it should be should be like a comfortable K one ninety one of pounds be me of rule, but she considered my frame in my high and stuff, but I need to kind of build up a base and hopefully get there by the end of the month. And of course, I don't top of that. I'm doing racism running a bunch them. It's up to work. I'm just do the safety. Not usually do for the most part. I always go by the adage, the I heard some of John Webb when somebody else wanted to cross legends something on the lines of dump pick harder. Don't be caught a workout just work really hard work has already have right like go full met with it. So in people was trying to find. Perfect program to get down to this to get to get this to get the perfect program is the problem that you have ready, but just run up a little bit intensity wire. So even when training did free Mousa that was a bit groggy kind of like you study because the Shelvin weakened by also able to crank it out and just kind of power for the last mile and a half really go full Pell and try FOSS I can't say because the gym try and lean goes, I can really hard. No, no con-, again, destructive plane issues kind of bang out touch the phone again to finish off ING, so go really hard and Tennessee, and then you should be waiting to be. So that's kind of plan ahead for the week overall puffins that was I didn't weekend as per usual at DJ tap east on Friday, which was great nice to be back there after the whole near shenanigans. That was nice as well. It's going to get back in nut zone. Everyone hanging out. For the most part nothing really is funny. When you go to bar a pub you realize. I think I'm in the mooning 's Jenna morning commute..

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"haase" Discussed on Mixergy

Mixergy

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"haase" Discussed on Mixergy

"It's right now that you can buy fifty percent of the proceeds will go to some. 'cause eventually, though early next year, any money in the world will be able to design their own pop socket associated charity and fifty percent of the sales will go to that charity while we wanted to create a platform to support the communities Haase's rather than dictating what causes what we care about. We want to empower people to to be activists for the khazei care about actually raise money on him. I see that I read that. I didn't fully understand it until you explained it now. So I think that all makes sense. I meant something like ju get to by an airplane and fly off anywhere you want. Do you is there boating trip where you get to disconnect from the. I'm not. I still drive my Sumer. Two thousand eleven SuperStation lagging. I'm not very. I'm not so into fancy material items. Personally. That doesn't make me happy. I do like a good, and I've always said that when I get rich, I'm gonna get a lot of massage, but I don't have time. Unfortunately. Office, even. We actually do have a solid service on Mondays here and Mondays one day I work from home that. So what do I like. I'm sure I'll end up traveling to some nice places when I had some more some more free time. All right. Well, thanks so much for coming on here. I've been waiting for this interview for so long. My team got annoyed with how many times I asked when is this happening is happening. Glad I did because I had no idea that this, that this little thing that I thought I am a few celebrities discovered was so frigging popular and that it did so, well, I won't curious about your story and now that I see how far you went to and. How much of an investment you put into this before you saw return on even more maize. Thanks so much for being on here. The website for anyone wants.

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"haase" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"haase" Discussed on Super Station 101

"Gospel caravan and to celebrate this great milestone w x jaycees bringing to town ernie haase and signature sound signature sound with special guest new ground on the mind june twenty second and clear branch methodist church trust ville fifteen dollar advanced tickets available online at eight fifty w x j c dot com or by calling eight hundred nine six five ninety three twenty four eight hundred nine six five ninety three twenty four x the fiftieth anniversary seeing for the dixie gospel caravan come celebrate with us friday june twenty second hey this is michael hart guided event that would make for the perfect hometown tour stop we'd love to hear about it go to our website at one zero one w i d e dot com and click on what hometown tour page brought to you by progress bank and blunt county tactical when it comes to firearms and accessories blunt county tactical is the perfect place to meet to get the biggest selection visit them in person on second avenue east in indiana or online at blunt county tactical dot com and also my progress bank dot com for all your hometown banking needs the two thousand eighteen hometown tour brought to you by blunt county tactical superstation one to one and our friends at progress bank you'll have entered the profanity free zone superstation one oh one nobody wanted to.

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"haase" Discussed on I Do Podcast

I Do Podcast

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"haase" Discussed on I Do Podcast

"Well you know before i get to that i wouldn't just highlight something you said which i think is very important which is bringing this back to the relationship right so we kinda talked you through the exercise in the practice of how to do it but you know relating to the relationship why this is important is that you know if you're at your job and you've had a stressful meeting or conversations something like that and your jaws clenched and you're anxious and tense another client might walk in and you might snap at that client right or snap at your boss and then there are repercussions to that so just doing the body scan in the meditation kind of coming back to your censor just as you said which is great it allows you to respond more to what's happening instead of react and it also gives you more control so you're not just object to a fleeting feeling able to be like you know i'm clinton my job stressed out let me relax is so that i can you know handle everything i need to handle the my day and so that i can keep my relationships haase's right and stayed professional so i just thought that was a thing to mention before we look at the other parts and so so i was i was just going to say that i would assume that by doing the first step that two to three minutes of meditation in the morning will only it'll only make the second step even easier because you'll probably be more aware of when you're clenching your jaw when you're.

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"haase" Discussed on The Art of Manliness

The Art of Manliness

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"haase" Discussed on The Art of Manliness

"This virtual practice that was pretty demanding of them end i think growing up surrounded by people like that of people who always put others i who weren't so focused on themselves and their own desires left a mark on me and it stayed with me you know even after i left home and went to college but what i left home and i was kind of outside of that day to day experience of sufism i started to wonder you know what is it possible to lead a meaningful life outside of religious and spiritual contacts if you think about you know religion it gives clear answers to the question of what is the meeting apply in how can i lead a meeting for life and that was certainly true sufism as well so outside of that how do we find meaning and that that question led me to study in glossy in eventually studying haase's psychology and this is where i guess the shorter answer that question when she has the signs of positive psychology which is the study of wellbeing was starting to come out with some really provocative research around the time that i was in graduate school showing things like the pursuit of happiness is associated with being a taker rather than a giver in that if you kind of pursue happiness the way that our culture encourages us to do it can actually make you unhappy and so instead of pursuing happiness the research was kind of suggesting that we should be focusing on something else on living a meaningful life and then thinking back to the sufis where i grew up with it kinda came together and made sense to me so i started writing more about the end eventually one of my articles gave rise to the book at you mentioned the power of being so we'll talk about the the difference between happiness in in meaning because i you said you are in the past.

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"haase" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"haase" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Car the car right next year you there's nobody in the car there's nobody driving the car the daytona five augur right let's just amazing river it really is i mean i've been around some of those they've had to test runs down here and i've gone out and they said you know what are you think i said well i don't get it i guy said well users thank you know these driverless cars there won't be any any accidents you wanna have anything to talk about now walks know haase when he was out in california he wants returned the days of topples drivers selfdriving you know go up the eve of the vase automobiles you have breakdowns and what have you you obviously you're going to have breakdowns in driverless cars i mean something's going to go awry computer system could go out or when albus you had a flat tyre something are they going to be able to how they're going to be able to deal with that if there is a massive blow out of your eye right to the front tyre and kgab able to uh get control the karn go no to get to the shoulder right i guess it's programmed i mean that's what we're talking about i mean we've seen a lot of especially in those of us that have lived in california driven the freeways in california mean they're just horrendous we've seen a lot of brainless drivers every day exactly on albro driverless cars idaho again i i don't i don't think they're safe yet i don't think they've been proven to be safe and that is just amazing has got to be some money behind this or something because most of the selfdriving car companies are based out of california cracked nato gogel who else has the i can't remember the other the company has one vote i gotta tell you it's a very disconcerting now if they go but you know how this will end hopefully not in a serious accident perfect holiday but the first time one of these cars without.

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"haase" Discussed on Courtside with Seth Greenberg

Courtside with Seth Greenberg

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"haase" Discussed on Courtside with Seth Greenberg

"Tape things of that nature so that was really a lot when we get on the phone kinda the just of back going back and forth since uh you know since danes covered a lot of our games he sees a lot of the differences that happened and how people react to it and how we react to it speaking of that i'm not sure there's a team in the country when i watch you guys that posts up there frontcourt player in odyssey haase's amount masquerading as a man in the middle of a lane better than you guys i get a lot of people duck a guy in off the blocking they'll they'll get it from top and swing it try to give him an angle but you guys rents max where you get that dribble handoff and off the dribble handoff the balls centered in he's literally right in front of the rim uh which makes it almost impossible to saw the guard because you get on one side that he's got an angled shoots right away or shoots or other way you played behind how how how much time visit take to get that timing and and and how how big a part of your offense is that you such a good passing theme but to me that's a real unique and you don't see it a lot yeah well one of my assistants great gary uh you know he he handles the offense of sets everything and it's really going into every scouting the poll we don't split are scouts we let kinda do it football one guy as personnel one gas defense one guy is often so we really work towards that and that's really helped us but the fact that is it costs can get that position um sure we might run good sets we have sex to where be gonna let us catch it from the wing and we watch it and.

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"haase" Discussed on Serious Inquiries Only

Serious Inquiries Only

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"haase" Discussed on Serious Inquiries Only

"The station of spacing invading every day until it has become unfortunately and ina and i've fought this until last week or so until it is who is not in meaningful distinction eisneramper derived do your kids factor into this because i think i am always shocked when i see how people who have grown up with this technology how differently they use it than i do you know because it's it's just been a part of them forever yeah do they factor into it they don't factor in my thoughts about the factor in my worries about a uh you know i don't want to be a great big cynic and i'm generally and optimist like that's what they i'm a generally uh things are probably going to turn out okay on a guy this is a part of the world it scares me is i i don't mean that i don't mean that as a turn of phrase this is a part of the world that makes me fearful it scares me because i don't think that were being thoughtful about earthy i think most people think that they're just good had or doesn't affect us or it's mostly just haase it is because it makes us feel good and making us feel good is not house these not how you define whether something is actually good for you but most people aren't glaucoma how they use it i am concerned myself included very when i am concerned that my kids sergeant grow up in a world where language itself begins to changing communication is less a series of words and more a serum or a combination of via words raises means gifts videos all transmitted to learn other in a sort of slurry of as you pointed out if that's what it becomes that's what it is it's not like ito it doesn't matter if it's better or worse it could be either but when it when it whatever happens like that's the new reality in a very much already is happening with the fraph yet they are you you a half the people you interact with online like it's just gifts in the messenger like they're just a there's this nary a message that's not a gift for me it's like wow that's i mean i think they're funny and i i get it but it's it's funny when you interact with someone who's different than you.

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