40 Burst results for "Hannah"

Fresh "Hannah" from Sean Hannity

Sean Hannity

01:05 min | 9 hrs ago

Fresh "Hannah" from Sean Hannity

"California long season. Most have been going since the middle of July without rest from fire to fire to fire here in the northern part of the state. Cal Fire Incident Commander Bill See the Dow, the NASDAQ and the S and P All closing lower Today. You're listening to ABC news. News of radio 6 10 w TV and Malice and Y into 22 Year old was killed early this morning in a crash in the 7600 block of Jackson Pike on state Route one of four the Franklin County Sheriff's Office says Olivia right of Circleville was killed when another vehicle went left of centre in struck her car head on. The Kahana Jefferson School district is hoping voters in November will approve a new high school with the passage of issue. 22. District leaders say the three pronged tax request on November 3rd aims to build the new high school and expand other buildings. Some major brands around the city need employees, and they include everything from Cheryl's Cookies to Kroger also happening a mobile job there for the Adecco group. Tomorrow. India Hannah From 10 to 4. For anyone interested. You can stop by and apply on the spot. They're looking to fill more than 850 warehouse positions.

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Vernon Lockhart: Art On the Loose

Revision Path

05:57 min | 1 d ago

Vernon Lockhart: Art On the Loose

"All right. So tell us who you are and what you do. My name is Vernon Lockhart. I am a designer. I call myself a creative therapist. I am a exhibit designer, a brand developer interactive designer. Artist. and. I. Am the executive. Director of a program project called project as Moses out of Chicago. Now. One thing that I've been doing for everyone kind of just the start of these interviews during this pandemic kind of just doing a check in to see how folks are doing. So how are you holding up? You know we're given the space in times we're in we're I'm holding up pretty well I think one of the saving grace for me in a lot of this is. When you grow up on from the lane of saying boo as I grew up in a very rough area in Saint Louis and you know we faced adversity every day so. You know you have the coronavirus in things like that now. But for me growing up, you had to face all kinds of threats, potential adversaries so Well given the circumstances, I I commute back and forth caring for my mother who affectionately call a baby girl just can't for. So that's probably one of the key challenges but as far as. Things go we still have a lot of clients that we work with online and for project ASS? Moses alive things virtually with the students given the circumstances I'm I'm very grateful and feel very blessed to will be functioning at full capacity. What does a regular day look like for you now? So for me, a regular day would be getting up one thing that I don't have to do as much in. Okay. With this is not commuting back and forth so much. But getting up saying my prayers getting some breakfast getting on my laptop, looking at emails checking the circumference of the day clients. Immediate needs doing those usually that takes me up until about mid day I usually try to schedule any meetings I have around thirty two noon referee and then any errands I have to run out of usually do air early evening I'm a southern boy living in a city. CHICAGO. So I still have a yard and in a house and things like that. So you I'm out cutting. And things like that towards the evening. So I would call it a pretty normal southern boy day usually my average day but I'm a businessman at the same time. So you know it's a balance between the two but that's an advocate from. So speaking up about business you have a design firm called art on the loose is that right? That's correct. Tell me about it. When did you first start that? So are Donna loose very interesting. We been in operation. Now for about twenty three years I started in the late nineteen I'd say about ninety six and tonight six roughly. And we I was actually working at northwestern university in their at their center for Public Safety Division and we will working on a lot of. Copro shears and things like that in. So it was kind of mundane just no adventure knitted all in myself in one of. Colleagues that I work with addicts Ner we had conversation as I wonder do more I want to be free. I would have some creative freedom here in we started talking about doing our own design work. And in our conversation start playing with name ideas in that I mentioned you know I wanna be free I want to be loose in a good way right as a heart let's let's and so we kinda because we were both artist and he says so let's just call the artem loose in. That's how the name was born in banding Hannah came from this whole Superhero Ultra N-. Staying that I was called as a key going up still combat to this day and so we use kind of empowering. The word artem lose but also with the whole color Palettes, we used our background is how we grew up to create the the business name and I have to just this quick story about ultraman lousy key kids were were calling me ultra because my it was pointed they call me the football hero Alterman. I was like you know and I came home from school I'm I'm one of ten kids, right so I came home from school that I was upset and I start crying to my mother baby girl and I told her what the key is will call him the main she say at wait a minute isn't all tremendous food bureau SABA come home from school to watch ultraman every. Day, and she said I thought he was a superhero say he is. He says we'll take that negative and make it a positive and so I literally went up to my room and start designing year Alterman on and I, went back to school they pop my collar and was like they were like ultimate success right on alternate and so at three sixty beds. So it started all Japan. And took that negative in Medan deposited but also is one of my personal experiences and Brandy. In power of branding, and so I took that icon and symbol. Even. If you look on our business site, you'll see that iconic symbol for for ultra mass I knew. To this day in and I got my design in artistry from my mother, my mother went to design marks. So that's how artem loose in the name came in existence with the story behind it to

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Fresh "Hannah" from Mark Blazor

Mark Blazor

01:24 min | 11 hrs ago

Fresh "Hannah" from Mark Blazor

"Into the news move. Now let's get the big story with Alison. Why it well. The scene is set in Cleveland for the first presidential debate several streets around the Sampson You have already closed down. The National Guard is standing by in case of large amounts of people protest, Ng and dozens of items are banned within the debate zone that includes weapons, glass bottles, drones, large bags, backpacks and coolers. Meanwhile, just up the road in downtown Cleveland, the Indians air hosting the New York Yankees tonight for the first game in their playoff. Siri's a 22 year old woman was killed early this morning in a crash in the 7600 block of Jackson Pike on state route 10 for the Franklin County Sheriff's Office says Olivia right of Circleville was killed when another vehicle went left of centre and struck her car head on. Cause of the crash is under investigation. Hannah Jefferson School District is hoping voters in November will be approving a new high school with the passage of issue. 22. District leaders say that three pronged tax request on November 3rd aims to build a new high school and expand other buildings. Some major brands need some employees in the city. They include everything from Cheryl's Cookies to Kroger also happening a mobile job fair for the Deco group tomorrow and get Hannah from 10 to 4. For anyone interested. You can stop by and apply on the spot. They're looking to fill more than 850 warehouse.

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Sell Me Your Climate Bombs

Planet Money

07:16 min | 4 d ago

Sell Me Your Climate Bombs

"Okay. So there are countless outdated old refrigerant tanks scattered around the country and Tim and Gabe say that the problem is you cannot just dump these tanks in the trash you wanted to take it to a dump, their knocking ticket they'll say, no, no that stuff's like hazardous material we don't want here. Material. The only thing you're allowed to dump, there is the empty tank when it's all gone. So you're really stuck it sits there on your shelf you have no use for and it's eventually going to leak through these cylinders cans into the atmosphere. If you're a professional like an auto mechanic or an H. back installer or if you're just one of those tinkers who hangs out at autozone, you might have one of these bad band canisters and. You could pay to safely dump the chemical out, but only a few places in the US will even do it and it's expensive. That's why they're canisters of this stuff just sitting in old garages rusting away and leaking leaking a greenhouse gas that is thousands of times more potent than carbon dioxide and getting rid of refrigerant is one of the most important things we can do to address climate change according to a leading climate solutions organization called drawdown. which is why Tim, and Gabe have come all the way to the gas station in middle of Nowhere Illinois to meet a man in a red jeep renegade named Geoffrey. Geoffrey. Geoffrey is standing next to a two foot tall canister refrigerant that people might recognize by its common name Freon. Jim In fact recognizes the brand name Dupont igloo. So what does this is? igloo Freon twelve. So where did you What did you find the material? Jeffrey says a friend gave it to him years ago Kim asks him if he was in the Business Jeffrey no but my friend was he said he got the refrigerant because he figured maybe he'd use it in the systems of antique cars that he was thinking about rebuilding, but he never got around to it. Nineteen years. Business on shelf shop. How did you hear US oft up on my facebook one day At this out of the blue, a facebook ad popped up that said, we pay good money for old refrigerant Jeffrey. I have some of that answered the Ad, and now here we are Tim and Gabe take a sample from Geoffrey. They do a couple of calculations where they add up the weight of all the refrigerant and have Geoffrey signs informs you're signing here that your. This is your material. Now you're handing over to us. You're also a test saying that it was sourced within the United States and not the US government or a native American tribe. Correct correct. Okay. And then gables out a wad of bills and starts flowing them one by one into Jeffrey's hand. Material. So. Shop. The Money. Except for the signing of the receipt and everything, it feels almost like a drug deal cash transaction in this dusty remote middle of nowhere. Tim wouldn't tell US exactly how much changed hands but he said it was in the low hundreds and yet this is Tim Gabes legitimate business. Their company is called trade water and they make pickups like this of all sizes from a one pound can the size of a spray paint bottle tweet forty, thousand pound job they did a while back where they vacuumed the refrigerant out of an old industrial cooling system after a bit of Chitchat Tim and Gabe wrap up with Geoffrey Geoffrey tells them. If he hears anyone else with spare refrigerants, he'll send them their way. Right on. Jeffrey how is that? That was painless was. Is If you find anymore you know where to call welcome you John Here In Europe somebody's got one of the. Transaction. Takes care. Did you hear that Tim just said we'll take good care of it for you. Yeah. Well, me and my how to Save Planet Co host we're listening in on this deal. Of course, we're on facetime with them and my co host name is Hannah Elizabeth Johnson. She's a scientist and she and I asked him and Gabe about that particular comment and you said we'll take good care of this for you. Because you you aren't GonNa take good care of it. You'RE GONNA destroyed. Exactly. Probably not We, don't really. We don't really talk about that very much. Yeah. They transfer all the gas from the little tank they collect into a huge tank that looks kind of like a missile and then they drive that missile looking tank to a fancy destruction facility. Essentially, an incinerator permited hazardous waste. Rotary, King Incinerator. So you burn it we burn you burn. Your like setting it on fire and we are. Do you see gas in flames? Is that what it looks like? We don't generally watch it being burned. View, it's see to their view window flame. Yeah. A big bright flame incinerating refrigerants at this special facility actually neutralizes most of the dangerous stuff ninety, nine, point, nine, nine percent of the bad stuff doesn't go out into the atmosphere time bomb diffused, which if you're trying to address global warming, this is a fantastic thing right after all this is Tim and Gabes mission. So, why don't they tell their customers about it? Well Gabe says, their customers aren't always on board with that mission. In fact, a lot of them don't even believe global warming is real. This is A. Farce that's been pulled by the EPA or a U.. N. and so people will hang up and say I'm not going to sell to you. I'm GonNa find someone else who's GonNa use this the way it was meant to be used. Now some people are really attached to their to their refrigerant. So now generally. Advertised we're gonNA destroy because we just never know somebody that will make people uninterested in the deal. That's interesting because it seems like. Is My co host I oughta it's all over your website, right? Like your website makes it pretty clear why you're doing this and if people are finding you through facebook ads they. Already know are you on the trade water website? Yeah. So. When we do these transactions, we actually use a different name doing business. Call refrigerant finders. Go to refrigerant finders website. You will see a different framing of what we do. The homepage of the treated water website has the words reducing the world's carbon footprint in big letters huge font over background of leafy Green Fernley. The refrigerant find a website there no leaves there's no mention of climate change. It just says we buy your old refrigerant and has pictures of men in work boots carrying around rest canisters.

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Fresh update on "hannah" discussed on Eddie and Rocky

Eddie and Rocky

00:45 sec | 12 hrs ago

Fresh update on "hannah" discussed on Eddie and Rocky

"On plain insured for 125,000 jury told he had one or two murder charges against him and was acquitted. They knew what attack They didn't know why appeared to be a fairly normal boy, quote unquote single who didn't have many friends. We were told nothing, man, I wasn't sure even existed. But Joe I I found him today. Like the guy, the guy said, Do you know who did it, he said. We have a very good idea who the responsible person Wass podcasts and CBC is the national hosted by me. Ian Hannah Mansingh and Johanna Wagstaff investigating the largest unsolved mass murder in Canada. Canadian Pacific flight 21..

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Some On The Right See 17-Year-Old Charged With Killing 2 Kenosha Protesters As Hero

All Things Considered

03:33 min | 5 d ago

Some On The Right See 17-Year-Old Charged With Killing 2 Kenosha Protesters As Hero

"Riton House, the 17 year old charged with killing two protesters in Kenosha, Wisconsin, goes before a judge tomorrow for a preliminary hearing. Rittenhouse has become a hero to some on the right. Sean Johnson of Wisconsin public radio reports on those pushing that narrative. After Kenosha police shot Jacob Lake, a black man in the back multiple times. The city erupted into protest on August 25th Kyle Rittenhouse made the 20 mile trip to Kenosha from his home in Antioch, Illinois. Rittenhouse, a lifeguard and a vocal supporter of police said he was there to protect the local business and offer medical help if needed. He walked through the crowds that night with an air 15 rifle strapped to his chest. What happened that night is disputed and will eventually be hashed out in court. But a full scale public relations blitz is underway by some of written houses supporters. A group called the Fightback Foundation released a dramatic video compilation of cellphone footage from the night of the shootings. It claims Riton House fired his gun on Lee after being chased and attacked. Narrator speaks of Rittenhouse being sacrificed by politicians. But it's not Kyle Riton house there after their end game is to strip away the constitutional right of all citizens. To defend our communities, our personal property. Our lives and the lives of our loved ones written houses cause got the attention of conservative media figures. Here's former Florida attorney general Pam Bondi, on Fox News. What's it coming, too? In these liberal cities? When teenagers have to go out there to try to provide aid? The Fightback Foundation says it's raised almost $2 million for Riton House. The group's chairman, is Linwood, a prominent attorney who made a name for himself representing Richard Jewell in the 1996 Olympic bombing case. Longtime Wisconsin defense lawyer Dean Strang, who is not involved in this case, says the teens, attorneys may well argue self defence, but it has nothing to do in the first instance with being the hero. It has everything to do with whether you will be held responsible for killing other people or you want. Kyle Rittenhouse is charged with first degree reckless homicide in the death of 36 year old Joseph Rosenbaum and first degree intentional homicide in the death of 26 year old Anthony Huber. Huber. Surviving partner, Hannah Giddings is among a group of plaintiffs who this week filed a civil lawsuit against Riton House and a Kenosha militia group in a YouTube clip. She talks about Hubert. He did not deserve that. He was a Good human Being. The plaintiffs are also suing Facebook for publicizing the militia groups call to arms. John Pearce has written houses lead attorney. He told the conservative news site Breitbart that his client had a god given right to be in the city that night. But I will tell you There's no doubt about this. That is, every law abiding Americans showed up in the city that they love. There are 15 The chaos would stuff immediately. Aside from the Rittenhouse case, it does appear more people are embracing violence as a solution. In 2020, University of Arizona sociology professor Jennifer Carlson researchers gun politics, She says she's noticed the difference this year. Rather than solving problems at the ballot box, she says. Some are reaching for a box of bullets. People are beginning to really think that we have reached the point of no return with regard to violence and whether we have or not. If people believe that we have that is very troubling. Kyle Rittenhouse is in custody in Lake County, Illinois. Tomorrow's court hearing there will focus on whether he can be extradited to Wisconsin. For

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Fresh update on "hannah" discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

00:53 sec | 12 hrs ago

Fresh update on "hannah" discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

"Me Mary wants to know you criticize Robin Dowse for treating the boat like a couples retreat. But at the same time, it looked like you were using the Galley as a couples retreat any comments or thoughts on that. yeah. The galleys crew faith like you Kinda know when guests are coming in or out of it and the bow of the boat when you know. The guests are right above there is not. And it wasn't the fact that they're like. Just kissing their full blown on top of each other without uniform like zero, zero hint of professionalism. Sandy Jill di wants to know what's the difference between Hannah taking her valium at sea and cat from season. One of below deck doing the same thing Captain Lee did not have a problem with that. Captain.

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Breonna Taylor Protests: Two Officers Shot During Kentucky Protest

NPR's Story of the Day

03:15 min | 5 d ago

Breonna Taylor Protests: Two Officers Shot During Kentucky Protest

"To Louisville police officers were shot last night police say they do have a suspect in custody and that the officers injuries are not life-threatening. This happened during protests demanding justice for Briana Taylor yesterday a grand jury declined to charge two officers who shot a Taylor in her home. A third officer was charged with first degree, wanton, wanton endangerment of her neighbors that officer who has been dismissed shot into nearby apartments police broke through Taylor's door, and what they said was a late night drug raid her boyfriend thinking they were intruders shot at them. Police fired at least thirty two shots back hitting Brianna Taylor six times and killing her there have now been months of protests including yesterday's. Definitely. Wolf of W. F., was there yesterday she's with us now good. Morning. Stephanie Good Morning The city set a nine o'clock pm curfew. Not everyone obeyed that curfew. What did you see in the streets yesterday? Yeah. Well, immediately, following the announcement protesters basically marched out of the downtown area and they were met face to face with police and arrests were made much later into the evening. There were small fire set around the hall of Justice and about thirty minutes before curfew is when the two officers were shot downtown police say one had to undergo surgery and there were demonstrations that continued after the curfew. So, as you were out yesterday talking to protesters, what were they telling you? Well, this was not the news protesters were hoping for a few. told me. It was insulting especially that the one officer was indicted for endangering Taylor's neighbors and not for his involvement. In her shooting death I spoke with Louisville based poet and activist. Hannah. Drake she called the results a quote joke. Just another reminder. That the Black Woman that my life is not matters the city. disappointed. This girl was Inter House. Bothering any. We're hearing a lot of heartbreak there from her and from others. I imagine these protests will continue. Yet I mean yesterday marked the hundred and nineteenth consecutive day of protests and lable demanding justice for Taylor since late May and what I repeatedly heard from protesters is that yesterday's Will Not end the demonstrations. Here's Nicole Williams she says, she'll be out today and the next day however many days I will be here no justice no peace and there's still no justice, and until there's justice, there will be no peace period. So. Last week the city settled a wrongful death lawsuit by Taylor family and as part of that settlement, the city committed to implementing a list of law enforcement reforms like using a tracking system to flag officers who who use excessive force or citizen complaints. So protesters and residents are waiting for how much substantive change will be put in place now.

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Fresh update on "hannah" discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

00:51 sec | 12 hrs ago

Fresh update on "hannah" discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

"You there. Oh my God wow. Okay. Shady cucumber. You, look so friendly but you're actually kind of a deck aren't you? Just Live Live Yeah. Okay. Always he's a surfer cucumber. I forgot OK surfer cucumber. What's your first question? Honda now through things that make Hana Gretchen Stu. Name things have Hannah a great chief steward. He's like MacAulay cucumber okay. she's great with people she. Three things. She's.

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Trump downplays legacy of slavery and embraces white supremacy

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

02:51 min | Last week

Trump downplays legacy of slavery and embraces white supremacy

"Donald Trump intensified efforts to appeal to his core base of white voters on Thursday by downplaying the historical legacy of slavery in the United States and blasting efforts to address his stomach racism as divisive. The president's comments marking the two hundred and thirty third anniversary of the signing of the constitution amounted to a defense of white culture and denunciation of Democrats the media and others who he accused of trying to indoctrinate school children and shame their parents whiteness. He also argued that America's founding set in motion the unstoppable chain of events that abolished Slavery Secured Civil Rights defeated Communism and fascism and builds the most fair equal and prosperous nation in human history. But he did not mention the two, hundred, forty, six years of slavery. In America including the eight thousand nine years it was allowed to continue after the colonies declared independence from England nor did the president acknowledged the ongoing fight against racial injustice and police brutality which has prompted months of protests. This year trump has long fanned the nation's culture wars including defending the display of the confederate battle flag and monuments of civil war rebels from protest is seeking their removal. He speech on Thursday suggested his rhetoric could become even more nationalistic. In the final weeks before the election given that he's off to a second term relies largely on energizing culturally conservative white voters trump already cracked down on anti racism training sessions in federal agencies he said on Thursday, he will soon sign an order to establish a commission to promote patriotic education dubbed the seventeen seventy, six commission. The panel he said we'll be tossed with encouraging educators to teach students about the miracle of American history and plan for the Commemoration of the two hundred fiftieth anniversary of the signing of the Declaration of independence. The move is a response to the New, York Times Sixteen nineteen projects, which highlights the long term consequences of slavery and the contributions of Black Americans Nicole? Hannah. Jones won a Pulitzer Prize for a piece in the magazine in response to trump's remarks Hannah Jones said the First Amendment to the constitution opposed government attempts to censor speech and guarantees free press the efforts by the president of the United States to use his palace to censor. Of American journalism by dictating what schools can and cannot teach what American children should and should not learn should be deeply alarming to all Americans who value free speech she said.

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Jake Shapiro goes to Apple Podcasts

podnews

02:54 min | Last week

Jake Shapiro goes to Apple Podcasts

"Pr Axe today, one of the cofounders. OPR ACHES JAKE shop joins apple podcasts as head of creative partnerships in any significant tire for the company. He's been working for radio public and Pod Fund where promised an announcement shortly about new leadership for those companies? Sirius XM has announced a new CEO and CFO James e Mayo will retire at the end of this year to be replaced by Jennifer see wits who's currently the president of sales marketing and operations Sean S Sullivan is appointed the new CFO D- David j freer is pursuing other opportunities effective immediately. Oh dear. The company owns Pandora Central Cast and stitcher. The twenty fifth annual Webby Awards opens for entries. The awards have added six new individual episodes categories for podcasts and three new categories for limited series and specials the publisher podcast awards also. Opens for entries open to publishers and media organizations worldwide in the Netherlands the podcast festival on this weekend publishes its full program par physical virtual. The virtual event has a session on editor that's me apple answers, Iowa's fourteen ipad fourteen, which will both be available today the apple podcasts at which is updated as part of the gets new features offering personalized suggestions in Australia podcast. One Australia to appointments Sam Cavanagh will look after entertainment and news content for the company while Jennifer Goncane will focus on specialised content podcast Stra is owned by broadcaster sea. Randall who co-founded Australian Company runny Area Code Joins A partnership automation business. He'll continue being chair of the company which represents one degree in the country and following campaigns like show the salary in other industries are pod jobs job board now asks for salary ranges when advertising new jobs in an attempt to help diversity tackle, pay gaps and inequality treat people fairly thank you Hannah Hedman for raising our awareness of the issued. We know an optional question isn't perfect, but we do hope to start. Pocano skews minimalism and personal development podcast. Optimal Living Daily has hit one hundred million downloads. The podcast narrates content from personal development experts Joshua Becker the minimalists and mark an angel Chernoff face and t shirt or two to celebrate. That's how easily we are and all things covered with Patrick Peterson and Brian McFadden is a new weekly podcast from CBS sports featuring future hall of Famer and a two time superbowl champion covering the unprecedented NFL season launches next week they didn't send a t shirt

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006. Hanna

SpyHards Podcast

00:49 sec | 2 weeks ago

006. Hanna

"Okay. Anything I wouldn't want to do that. Swim Oh my God that looked awful. I mean Hannah her journey is bounced around you know Morocco and then to Germany, what Eric Bandages seems to swim the ocean yeah. I. Mean he gets in his. unders and then. There's literally a whole China Daddy. In the movie. So he said he he'd been swimming for twenty four hours. Yeah I would say, so I guess that's what spies do. Okay. You gotta get your cardio suppose how far do you think Roger Moore? James Bond. Could. Swim. About as far as the ball was nuts about it, he needed that alligators of that's that was his excuse.

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006. Hanna  - The Cam story

SpyHards Podcast

01:45 min | 2 weeks ago

006. Hanna - The Cam story

"And I have a funny story actually about this prison break sequence. So. The score for this scene is incredible just incredible and I had it on my ipod at the time I. Don't think it was my iphone yet I can't remember as a while back but a bunch of us from Journalism School Wayne in rented a Airbnb up Whistler Whistler I. Think everyone probably knows because of the Olympics but whistler is a skiing resort town just in BC and so we went up there for. A weekend and a bunch of US stay up later there was like three of us I think three or four tyler, our friend mutual friend Tyler was one of them a who is hosts, the substates transmission star Trek podcast with me, and Scott, you ve appeared on their yourself but we were sitting up the in a bunch of people had gone to bed they were out they were done for the night. And the Hannah score kicked in the pot and was just blasting throughout the the AIRBNB. And Tyler and I were in tears laughing just because album noxious. This was for everyone who was trying to sleep. It's like thumping base going on people were just like shut up and so high energy. Today wake up to it. No one ever mentioned it but we were just in tears laughing about it. I could just see the wake of men like these guys on A. Going on down there we've got like the the glowing souders around our neck. Exactly Yeah you just. The lights are out. The neon things on, you just don t around some reason. I just came down from milk. What's Like. Body paint. The whistles.

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Two Los Angeles sheriff's deputies shot in 'ambush'

Nightside with Dan Rea

11:26 min | 2 weeks ago

Two Los Angeles sheriff's deputies shot in 'ambush'

"In Los Angeles on Saturday night. So that would be maybe either late Saturday night, our time or early Sunday morning, so none of this was in the Sunday newspapers, but because of the timing There were two police officers. They're actually sheriff's deputies. 31 year old woman who's as a child six years old. I'm not sure if it's a son or a daughter. And a 24 year old man. Both of them have been sworn in 14 months ago. Oh, and they were parked in their marked vehicle. In the marked vehicle. And As a consequence. Being in the marked vehicle and doing nothing. An assailant walked up to the vehicle, Obviously, in an absolute case of premeditation. Ah, and just about seven o'clock Saturday there time, which is 10 o'clock our time. Fired several shots hitting both of these young sheriff deputies. I believe the woman was hit in the jaw in the face and the 24 year old male Always hit in the I believe actually in the forehead. Now, first of all, B. Homicide captain of the LAPD, the Kent Wagner. Cut. 16 described what happened. Excuse me. My mistake. Cut 26. I'm a suspect and played on foot north bound from the shooting scene and out of you. Deputies radio for help. help. Assisting Assisting Assisting units units units from from from the the the district district district responded. responded. responded. And And And transported transported transported both both both those those those deputies deputies deputies here here here to to to ST ST ST Francis Francis Francis Medical Medical Medical Center. Center. Center. the next cut is cut 27. He talks again about the approach by the suspect to the car. He walked along the passenger side of the car. He acted as if he was going to walk past the car, and then he made a left turn directly toward the car raised a pistol. Fired several rounds inside of the vehicle, striking both of the sheriff's deputies. Meanwhile, at the hospital at ST Joseph's Medical Center, the captain Wagner referred to the sheriff of Of Los Angeles County, Alex Villanueva. Talked about the shooting. This is cut 30 rub. At At approximately approximately 7 7 P.m. P.m. this this evening evening at at the the Compton Compton terminal, terminal, the the blue blue line line the the blue blue line, line, there there was was two two deputies deputies who who were were ambushed by a gunman in a cowardly fashion. They're both critically injured multiple gunshot wounds. They're currently being treated for the hospital. So wait. You want everyone to have a prayer for them for their recovery at this time, and, um I'll have Ah, Homicide Captain can wait. We'll provide more details on the status of the investigation is happening right now on this is just a sovereign reminder that this is a dangerous job. the investigation at this point a suspect as of this writing, as of this moment, had mind staying not yet been arrested. Ah, it's kind of a grainy picture of this guy, but they now have $150,000 reward out. And that will loosen up some lips for sure. Now what? You um if you read the globe today, To remain in critical condition after attack in California, Biden Trump condemned Ambush of deputies that's fine. They go through the story, which you've just heard. Okay. Ah, and then in the final 12345 paragraphs of the AP story, not the AP Story out of Washington Post story written by Felisha sudden Mez and Hannah Knowles. Police and protestors tactics drew scrutiny after demonstrations formed outside ST Francis Medical Center with the deputies received treatment. They were on the operating table. Their lives were were hanging in the balance. The deputies received treatment. Aye. Go on, then to talk about Josie Helaine reported for public radio Station. Kpcc, a national public radio affiliate, said on Twitter that she had been covering the sheriff's news conference. When she returned to the hospital she was wearing her press pass, She said Hawaiian tweeted that she began walking behind deputies who were following a small group of protesters. I was filming an arrest. She works in a radio. She's filming an arrest when suddenly deputies show back up Within seconds I was getting shoved around. The editor of the station, Megan Garvey, expressed outrage outrage over this arrest. She was arrested and actually released. So you might say. Okay, that's interesting. What with the tactics that drew scrutiny after the demonstrations formed outside ST Francis Medical Center. We'll let me share them with you. Some individuals who claim to be black lives. Activists showed up. At the hospital. Now the families are being rushed to the hospital. Obviously police, other police officers of going there as I'm sure you know, in a situation like this trying to get through to you. To donate blood, for example. Well, my understanding is that the black the veal and activists Uh, that's a pretty nasty things to say about the officers. Let's go to cut 11 1st Rob! Got your black families care board prize African Town coalition. We're out here at ST Francis Hospital, where Tio America's most notorious gang members have been brought to We're going to go up here and just check on Ah, these murderers right here and see what's that? Let's see what's up. They're going to go check on the murderer, the murderers of the police officers who have just who have just almost been assassinated. Come 13. This gets a little Ah, raunchy, but you'll get you'll get the drift. This is again the activists outside the hospital. These two officers, a 31 year old woman. And a 24 year old man. Young man have been this but it's the this an attempted murders attempted double murder cut 13 Rob! Going, people. So it gets worse. The black Ah lives matter. Activists actually tried to enter the hospital. Okay? No, The police are essentially trying to get family members in to see the loved ones who could be dying. And there was one Young, Ah black woman. Who was the security person? At the door. Who stopped this horde of thugs from literally invading the hospital. She should get some sort of an honor for the guts and the courage that she showed this is cut 12 rub. We're down here. The same Francis Hospital were down. They were down here to visit someone. You can go visit Nobody. You can once we confirm, but there's no visitation allowed anyway, so you gotta go. All right. You see what's happening right here, right. Got it. These pigs out here. They're telling us that we cannot come in here and see these individuals who have been shot down train station. So what? Okay, This is a public that probably has no problem. That young woman. Whoever she is, basically stood down a crowd. They're going to go visit. Yeah, they're going to go visit. Finally there's a priest at the hospital who came out and talked about what is going on Cut 31 rub. Describe for me what the protesters were chanting. What were they saying? Well, they were saying death to the police killed killed the police and this our sheriff's, but the message is still the same. And they were using all type of curse words and and derogatory terms about the police just just provoking our police officers unacceptable behavior because the hospital should be a sanctuary where way should leave hospital alone. Tensions are high since two deputies are inside. Did you see the negatives make swift action. And he said that the protesters trying to get inside the emergency room? Yes. Unbelievable. Un believable and then we have the radio reporter. Remember The Washington Post article in the Globe today they refer. Police and protestors tactics drew scrutiny after demonstrations formed outside ST Francis Medical Center with the deputies received treatment. That's it. The Washington Post had no interest in describing what had happened. And then you had this nut job radio reporter who, as the police had trying to clear the area. She's trying to interfere with the police. This is cut 41 40 to rub cut 41. Back up. It continues. Hearing cut 42 here. Just what the police needed in that situation, have another distraction and the executive a editor of this radio station, so called NPR radio station. KPCC, or public radio National Public Radio affiliate. Expressed outrage over the arrest of the reporter. No outrage, though, over what the demonstrators tried to do to enter the hospital as these police officers Life lives hung in the balance. This one doesn't really outraged you that I don't know what does this is this's as as bad as it gets. I don't care who you are or what you think if you don't condemn this action by those literally, vigilantes, we're going to go visit these people in the hospital. Oh, yeah. They were in the operating room. Feel free. Just go in and say hello. I'm sure that they'd love to see you. And by the way, we'll clear the doctor's out of there. So maybe You can finish him off

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Busting Through Limiting Beliefs

The Daily Boost

06:06 min | 2 weeks ago

Busting Through Limiting Beliefs

"So I got an email today which was kind of cool I get a lot of emails some questions somewhere. Thank you somewhere just hey, and some are like, Whoa, my mind was blown. Hannah thought handed. Epiphany. And that's what happened today now, not going to share the exact email or who even sent this email ball say this. Every single day. My quest is to help you stand up, take a step and repeat get the life of your dreams. Whatever that is you get to decide. You truly get to decide what you WANNA. Do I just believe that my job is show up and drag you get there okay. Sometimes people acquainted with be trying to design lifestyle for you're not trying to do that. Tim Ferriss and lifestyle designed guy believe this you wake up in the morning you go through your entire day I just think you should be the way you wanted to be. You should feel the way you should feel you should be able to do the things you want to do, and with a little bit of conscious adjustment, you can get there. As long as we can break you out of the autopilot thing, a lot of people get stuck in. So when I got an email that says, Scott I never quite understood the lifestyle thing I use to think like you I don't WanNa Packers I. Don't WanNa farm like you have. But that's not is it. It's not she said, I've been working this corporate job getting new job I keep going up to the top and the top. The top things are getting better and better and better, and I'm not happy. It takes my weekends. It takes up my nights. It's cool but it's not think I finally. Got It. was. So cool to see that to say but I smile and get all happy when I see stuff like that. Wow, they broke through call. Whatever you doing today? Whatever's holding you back. I want you to remember that's really the only mission I just think you should get out of bed. And you should have life that makes you happy in the things you do every single day how you work you live we'll you know what you do all that stuff and when you go to bed at night, you're like, wow, it's a good day I'm tired and worn out but you know let's let's do it again. That's what I go for here. If you can do that and I think you're GonNa have a happy life. But sometimes it's limiting beliefs. That crash you isn't it. So I work with a lot of people all the time but limiting beliefs have you ever felt like something's holding you back. You probably have them. Now you've heard a lot of talk about this I think Tony Robbins and some of those guys years and years ago was kind of NLP concept right and I certainly live and breathe in that world. But I don't talk about it all the time. But what are they by the way? But Elihu believe is just something that you have installed into yourself. You born with it you're not born thinking a certain way. You got out and lived. You had experiences. You met people you made decisions, and however that decision affected you at the time it made an impact on you and you lodge it in your brain. You have a belief a lot of times. What happens is when you can't move forward it's because maybe you've had some experiences in the past before that if taught you, you can't do it. I'm not good enough. I never get to do what I WANNA do. It never works out for me stuff like that. Okay. Happens all the time. So I'm working with clients I always go here because nine times out of ten when a client gets on the phone with me, they're gonNa have a limiting belief. How do I know that because ten times out of ten I have one. So I know they do in just a matter of breaking through and figuring out what's going on. So, when I, was this, I always seek to identify it. So I listen very closely. My ears are in full full full active mode. I hear something that POPs up like a block ago that was interesting and I. Identify. Did you hear it said? Did you did you hear that? Now I can help do that but unique, you can do it yourself to it's harder though you have to give yourself some time. We're so busy with our phones and everything else going on in this world. It's so busy right now it's Kinda hard to catch set to catch that action. It's easier to feel like Oh my God why is on the world not working out for me and not even know that you're thinking that way so the first thing is to catch that thought. To pause a little bit and to identify what you're feeling again. That's what I do clients say hey, wait till. You hear what you just said. And I'll say something like this next. What do you mean by that? What I'm doing is a began test process. I'm beginning to see that if they have a feeling attached to it I mean, what do they actually feel about it and why is it making them feel certain way and lots of times they don't even know it's been lodge in there. So long ago ohno civil explored what he really feel about it is it real? Is it automatic? What is it? Is it necessary if you enjoy your life or do you need to keep it, you want to get rid of it. What is that? So first thing is I'm just identified a capture at I say well, look there it is secondly. Essentially saying what's up? I'm testing it. I'm just trying to see what what's really going on there and honestly about nine and a half times out of ten people say I don't really know. Something's hold you back. You don't even know what it is. Yeah and that's exactly what happens. So then what do I do? Well, once I've Kinda tested a little bit to find out what's going on there that I want to validate it because when I test when ask somebody so what are you thinking? What did you say that for what's going on here? They start talking about they kind of randomly go off. All come back and so so what you're saying is that serves a good part of your life or what you're seeing is you don't really mean that you don't need that. The you're seeing is that's not what's holding you back. Your back just begin to validate and here's what happens usually ten times eleven times out of ten. When I identify it. When I test it, and then when I make them validated as simply what I'm saying is this. Does it serve you or does not serve you. Is it real or is a real. And if they defend it. It's probably real. NOPE that I feel that way for a reason that's who I am. It's part of my my character, my personality that's my value I have that before reason. So it's not really limiting. Is it? It's kind of guide isn't it? Yeah A S- lots of times I will validate it and they can't defend it. So, what are you living on that belief or if you can't defend it? I don't know. All right. Let's do something else. And usually they'll say. What would that be? And of course that highly paid position I mean right now i. I usually say something like. I duNNo. What would it be? I know you don't know what if you did what would it be?

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1-year-old child killed, parents critically hurt while fleeing Washington wildfires

WBZ Afternoon News

00:39 sec | 2 weeks ago

1-year-old child killed, parents critically hurt while fleeing Washington wildfires

"In Washington state have destroyed homes, forced evacuations and killed a one year old boy K I. R. A reporter Hannah Scott has more on that boy's story. Jake and Jamie Highland and there one year old son were on an overnight camping trip Sunday, three hours southeast of Spokane. When the fast moving Cold Springs fire exploded. They were caught in the fire. Cousin in law, Tammy Marbury says Search crews found their charred campsite. Tuesday, a tent burnt, the couple tried furiously to get to the nearby Columbia River. They tried to outrun it. Their truck got stuck in a ravine. Day later, the family was found on the riverbank. The sleep baby boy who was almost too he didn't make it. The young parents severely burned their arms

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Homeland Security whistleblower: Team Trump distorted intelligence, downplayed Russian threats

Morning Edition

04:04 min | 2 weeks ago

Homeland Security whistleblower: Team Trump distorted intelligence, downplayed Russian threats

"Reporting on the threat of Russian interference to the election, emphasized the threat from China downplay the threat from white supremacists but highlight the threat of Antifa and other leftist groups. That is what a Department of Homeland Security officials says he was told to do in a whistleblower complaint. NPR National security correspondent Hannah Allam is here to talk about the latest claims of political pressure at the D. H s and the implications. Dana. Thanks for being here. Hi there, So I lied. I laid out the the broad strokes of this whistleblower complaint. But can you fill in the details for us? Sure. Until last month, Brian Murphy led the intelligence branch of th S, and he was reassigned after revelations that the office was compiling reports on protesters and journalists. But now, Murphy says the real reason he lost his job is for speaking up about what he portrays is White House attempts to manipulate intelligence to match President Trump's statements. And, as you said he makes claims about Russia an election meddling, but I'm focusing on parts of the complaint, where he describes specific attempts to influence intelligence on domestic terrorism threats. Murphy says his boss is the top th s officials told him in no uncertain terms on several occasions to play down the threat of white supremacists and to play up the thread of Antifa and other militant leftist and he says he was told to do this so that the DEA just intelligence assessments would match what Trump says publicly. And publicly the president frequently and erroneously, we should say it portrays Antifa as an equal or even greater threat than the exponentially deadlier. Extreme, right. This is something I've discussed with Seth Jones at the Center for Strategic and International Studies. He's got a long background in counterterrorism work, and he and other analysts say the White House assertions of widespread violence from the left are baseless. Those comments or general not coming from the experts within the administration, who Are at the National Counterterrorism Center at the FBI Counterterrorism division. They're coming from politicians, so it's not a reflection of the data, The far left simply does not present the same threat. That the far right dozen capabilities in plots and attacks Orin fatalities, none of those Nevertheless, this is what Brian Murphy says he was pressured to do to elevate the threat of the far left. How does he describe this? This pressure campaign. Well in the complaint, he talks about being asked by the top leaders to soften language and report on white supremacy to make it quote less severe, And at the same time, he says, he was being asked to add more information. On the far left. He mentions Antifa anarchists, in particular, the White House's dismissed these allegations are false and defamatory that call Murphy a disgruntled employee. But he's not the first to raise these concerns. We've heard former senior D H s officials saying this that the far right wasn't taken seriously. We've heard it from researchers who work closely with the government on policy making. And I mean we hear it ourselves in the market the different ways. The president speaks about attacks where the perpetrator's a right wing ideologue versus, say, a leftist or a Muslim. What does take this one up A notch in terms of revelations is that this is an insider alleging that political appointees attempted to manipulate actual intelligence and this is not a press release. This was an assessment of domestic threats to the nation. So Murphy is asking the department's inspector general to investigate what he calls abuses of authority. So how how did all of that affect the white supremacist movement? Extremism analyst generally say the far right especially, you know, white nationalist supremacists had been emboldened under Trump. And so this is one more account, saying the administration looked the other way as violent actors got more organized, more violent, better funded. And now we're starting to see some of those groups show up to protest, intimidate and launch attacks that many fear will lead to an escalation before and after the November election. NPR national security correspondent Hannah Lamma. Thank you so much for your reporting. Hannah, we appreciate it.

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‘The Bachelor’ To Start Shooting Later This Month As ‘The Bachelorette’ Wraps Bubble Production

Doug Stephan

00:31 sec | 3 weeks ago

‘The Bachelor’ To Start Shooting Later This Month As ‘The Bachelorette’ Wraps Bubble Production

"Update My Cat's Peter Weber proposing to Hannah and sluts at the end of a B C's The Bachelor season 24 last March. Bachelor Nation. Fans know that romance didn't last long, but maybe Matt James will have more luck when seas 25 of the Bachelor begins production later this month featuring James is the first black bachelor, his season scheduled to debut in January season. 16 of the Bachelorette featuring Claire crawling from the Bachelor season. 18 debuts October 13th Christopher Watson ABC News In

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Activists demanding justice for Breonna Taylor protested on Kentucky Derby Day

Weekend Edition Saturday

03:01 min | 3 weeks ago

Activists demanding justice for Breonna Taylor protested on Kentucky Derby Day

"The first Saturday in May. But this is Kentucky Derby Day after the postponing of the race is just one reason the 146 Derby is one for the history books As W. F B L Stephanie Wolf explains. Security often referred to as the two most exciting minutes in sports. The Kentucky Derby is also a marquee social event days. A fanfare Parties parade, a massive firework show. Ah, a lot of that is gone this year due to the global pandemic and even more notable None of 155,000 plus fans in the grandstands a revision Churchill Downs, the home of the Derby made recently. That's not all That's different this year. Louisville just marked 100 consecutive days of protest against racism and police violence and demonstrators plan to make Derby 101 days. Several groups held a press conference near Churchill Downs Friday. This's Ehren Jordan of No justice, No peace Louisville. We have several black organisations behind us, and we have full intent to black out their happened demands to cancel dirty something that's never been done before. Haven Harrington is CEO and host of main event sports radio. He's covered the Derby for years. He thinks it should be run. It's the city's signature event. But while the horse racing industry doesn't often weigh in on social justice issues, Harrington says, Now is not the time for silence in this town, you know, which is still waiting on bated breath for what's gonna happen with You know Briana Taylor and the officers involved can't just be big hats in pretty dresses. You have to say and do something to acknowledge the situation. Churchill Downs did issue a statement Thursday afternoon, acknowledging how black jockeys once dominated the race, but were then excluded and acknowledging the pain community members feel right now as they wait for the state attorney general and FBI to conclude their investigation into the police, killing a Briana Taylor. It's important to carry on, says Churchill Down CEO Bill Car Stange in here he is talking on CNBC support for hewing important are our traditions and culture in our community. Tell me how this will unify the community. The running of course, poet activist Hannah Drake lives near Churchill Downs. She's had a simmering frustration with the Derby for years. Even more. So, she says, as she faces arrest for obstructing the highway by protesting in the streets. But I for Darby, too inconvenient me and block off street, not let me pass that fine. Drake, who is black, recently wrote a letter to the CEO asking for some self reflection of the institutions, lack of black representation and a lack of in her opinion, compassion. This is the institution that can redeem itself and they need to start by asking himself. How can we be better neighbors? So this Adjacent community and to the very one way she thinks they could do better is by dumping a tradition, she says, is rooted in racism.

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Why US Open Day 4 Felt Like A Grand Slam

The Tennis Podcast

05:08 min | 3 weeks ago

Why US Open Day 4 Felt Like A Grand Slam

"Primarily, stay for an predictions are all over the place on earth has happened today I mean. I woke up this morning and his feeling pretty good about my life. In prediction therms. Was Thinking about. Yulia potency of somehow in the quarterfinals, she's still going Alexandra Sandwich one the daily thing for me today, and you know, and then Miller round which has gotten lost and he was in the semi finals. And who else lost today you Hannah concert I mean. What are these people doing? Don't understand? Well did you have been you McGrath Renewal Final David? No that didn't some people some foolish people someone days, I couldn't possibly name. It makes you feel any but I haven't. I haven't looked through everybody's submitted predictions but I rather suspect that at the very least meals roundish today his stunk up a lot of people's prediction dreams. Honestly why does everybody? What are we? What are we all fall for this week before the tournament results think. It's just irritating. It was all we had to go on day. There's been knows tennis six. Full. Well. We should know better. Is All I'm saying, well, it was summed up beautifully by A. tweet that. Hanging was it one of our tweets today? It was really good saying that thinking Oh Gobi Migori the maybe it's no surprise that she lost because she hasn't played any tennis of any kind in six months and then going Opitz photonic Barranca that beater hasn't played any kind of Tennis v three years. During the time she was birthing and raising a child. I did a double take when I saw her name in the draw. Because I'd completely forgotten that she announced that she was coming back to tennis because she did it on the day that tennis was shutdown back in. Time and was abysmal the actual day I. Think it was the day Miami got caught off that she announced she was coming back. I presume she she's not. A big believer in sort of divine signaling. Because if she were, he would probably take indication that you shouldn't bother. Yeah. Thank naming slightly bad that I didn't actually know that she'd been away. That seems to have passed me by somehow. I just like to say congratulations to Fontana Bronco who have always enjoyed watching play tennis I just thought she retired. Gaping hole you felt for the last three is quite a finger on what it was. Yeah I, mean I've put her in in the past I've put her in various quarterfinals that have just not come to fruition. So I've got a bit of a beam abundance about that. If anybody's wondering what all this predictions is about basically when we crowd fund our podcast, every December we have a predictions competition that our highest level backers can enter and lots of them did and we've had a wonderful competition and I was going to win it like I did last year. And then I'm not winning it because things are not going heads. So Yeah I don't know what to say. Really let's start with Peron cover over Maruta parameter loves fast tennis matches doesn't she and? Parole Garbin immigrants who I think she started the match quite well. Tiled away dramatically yes. She was up break Mugabe, Reuther, but this is what? Does. This is totally in keeping with what she's been doing throughout her whole career, which is occasionally just having having a run out of nowhere where she takes out some seeds she's beaten should beat Venus Williams impact tobacco Wimbledon's, and she's also beaten Venus Williams another slam. She's a bit of a seed killer She's got an incredibly flat backhand and forehand, which she will occasionally slice and ruth did. Did Not. Particularly like that I actually thought the competed pretty well I thought she. She paid okay. She wasn't awful an but. Really. Had A had a way to mess her up and. This was this was the kind of match that she came back for I. Think she said she was looking for these feelings again on a court. So it was it was nice from that perspective. McGrath came up with a great word in her press conference she said. She said, he needed to see where she was tennis typically. Which I wish I thought was brilliant and that's because she didn't play any warmup event to the US Open because of her the line call injury kept out of Lexington and also the western and southern open so As. Much as Catherine back to to get to the final I think I had earned my quarters or semis. It's perhaps awesome. Not that surprising that that she's gone out early especially when you consider she was up against. An opponent who can do this kind of thing

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How A Hairstylist Overcame The Fear Of Going Live

How To Cut It in the Hairdressing Industry

05:04 min | Last month

How A Hairstylist Overcame The Fear Of Going Live

"Now moving into today's podcast I'm really excited to bring on Cherie Thompson as I said in the pre roll she re has absolutely Blown up over lockdown she was somebody who was relatively unknown to a lot of us but by putting yourself out there in facebook live has made her profile go big time and wasn't resulted. That will result at that as people are now into invest injuries online bridal hair education would this have happened if she re Hannah put herself into this facebook live probably. Not, but he didn't come naturally to Cherie. She's not somebody who's naturally comfortable in front of camera but she realized the potential of this and she's a smart businesswoman and she just thought I'm going to have to do this. So by getting on instagram firstly, in a smaller audience, she built a confident and eventually she was ready to go on live onto hair. socials facebook group, and as I said earlier, she got over twenty thousand views and the profiles just gone from strength to strength because I think what this live showed was incredible bright to has is she was she really is a new generation of hairdresser of CA- gorgeous a for real tasteful bridal head. The Suda had gals women want now for their wedding, day? So this is going to really inspire you to maybe go live to give you the confidence to hit that live button and put yourself out there. She's GonNa. Talk US through all the steps that she went through before going live including getting in front of the camera practices. What she was going to say, she also talks about you know look if things aren't going quite to plan these lives, don't worry about it. Nobody's going to hold you accountable. It's A. Great lesson for all of you wanting to go live. Nasr said we have our extra show for you today and we are going into the green room, with Sherie, after this show and we're GONNA be talking how she's really created a successful bridal had business and if you're interested in really creating a bridal business, be sure to become a patron insider member at Piji Dot com slash how to cut it because that's what we're GONNA be talking about a net. Incredible takeaway points in that podcast just for our page on members. So let's get to it. Today's podcast with Cherie. Thompson. Today I'm really excited to bring a lady onto this show who has been a complete lockdown sensation. She has been smashing it online and I am so excited to welcome onto the podcast you re Thomson. Cherie how you doing? Great thank you. Thank you. So what happened me? I feel really honored. We are only to have you on the puff. Was it like over this summer I mean when I saw you dancing station I am not kidding you. I'm referring to you alive Cherie I mean one particularly on our former guest salmon town lace has. Tell Billy about that. Yeah that was incredible We're not opportunity because I did for the hair beauty charity and the British habit that Darryl stock instead. So calling for without. Prices while and also be on start in an online platform on gain to just doig Roy in tightly opportunity. So, went live and just totally blew or nothing. Between thousand viewers on that burst. Which is nice. The most taught about live I. Think I've heard of. I think freelance lockdown it just worked, but I think what words about the issue is. I think so many people relate to you and you use really specialize in long hairdressing and bridal hair which you saying we're GONNA go really into today's particularly in the Green Room. So for Patriotic, bridal hairdressing, you WANNA learn the tips to that than the extra shot, but we aren't going to cover that but I want to get a little bit deeper into use story as honest you online education because I think. Would it be fair to say that? Doing these lives has encouraged you to do online education. Oh absolutely. Would have about gaming. Now if before and it was an opportunity that Darwin again put forward to me on he started let's get educated. We started that platform a lockdown evocative lots of am is in inspire we need artists on to join him on instagram. And I came on and how to install Mahan and it was really popular. We had great feedback. So what did qualify with him and it just escalated from?

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CK Goldiing explores 'telephobia'

podnews

03:01 min | Last month

CK Goldiing explores 'telephobia'

"You afraid of having to make a phone call that something called telephone. And a podcast in the UK has exploited by ringing people at random. The worry about it later podcast is hosted by CK golden and we linked to it today American public media and revolve podcast serve announced their to make spanish-language podcasts brains on NS. Spaniel will be their first release press release says it'll be available exclusively on a major podcast platform that will be announced this fall. Wonder if that begins with A. Toast fireside has launched the fireside pro plan, which they described as a plan for podcasters who are becoming serious about their show. The plan includes a number of collaboration features and enhanced analytics. Acosta's launched a feature allowing listeners to rates podcasts in the CAST APP. Since launching this month, people have left more than forty five thousand in-app ratings for nine thousand different shows. podcast down online takes place on October twenty, six virtual version of the popular across Europe podcast event speakers include lawn. Woods from Ear Hassle Julie Shapiro from Radio Topa Steve Pratt from Pacific content and me if you want money off and there's a special code in our show notes newsletter today if you like free promotion to your podcast, International Podcast Day two, thousand twenty is on September Thirtieth Hannah's a gold sponsor podiums wants to showcase your show. During this session, we linked to more honoring the best of the European incident. The lovey awards are still open for entries. If you thought you'd miss. The opportunity to enter their eleven new podcast categories they've a grace period until the twenty fifth of September spotify has announced its latest content deal with quotes, the Internet's longtime favorite comedic personalities and fashion and lifestyle icons. Ricky Thompson and Denzel Dion for an upcoming podcast series influences apparently lemon artem media switching from Westwood one two stitches midriff AD sales westwood one has picked up inside of you a podcast with small actor, Michael Rosenbaum, and the economist posts in this week's issue that podcasting provides a space for free thought in China we linked to that today to from our show notes and Dr. Newsletter. And Cost News pop culture happy hour NPR's entertainments and pop culture round table podcast is to go daily later this year and announced a fourth co host Asia Harris. and. Worldwide we so dependent on our phones, our computers and the Internet. What happens when you don't protect yourself online criminal domain a new podcast from ample talking to victims of cybercrime in podcast con presented by. Norton lifelock

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Dr. Rachel Dolan Discusses The Antipsychotic Drug Epidemic

The Healthcare Policy Podcast

05:54 min | Last month

Dr. Rachel Dolan Discusses The Antipsychotic Drug Epidemic

"Welcome to the healthcare policy podcast on the host David Intra. Kosovo. With me today Dr Rachel Dolan the US House of Representatives ways and Means Committee majority staffer to discuss the majority staffs recently released report titled Under enforced and over prescribed. ANTIPSYCHOTIC drug epidemic ravaging America's nursing homes. Dr Dole and welcome to the program. I David thanks so much for having me. Please call me Rachel. While this'll be the last time Dr Dolan's bio is posted on, of course, the podcast website. In testimony before the House Energy and Commerce Committee two, thousand seven, the FDA's Dr David Graham stated quote. Unquote. Fifteen thousand adults elderly people in nursing homes are dying each year from the off label use of antipsychotic medications. For an indication that the FDA knows the drug doesn't work the problem has been only FDA for years and years close quote. Legal the FDA does provide a black box warning label. Regarding off label use of these drugs, eleven years later, Human Rights Watch published a report titled They Want Docile. How. Nursing homes in the US overmedicated people with dementia. The report found in two thousand, sixteen, seventeen quote unquote massive use or abuse of Anti Psychotics, for example, Sarah. Quel. Doll and Rispler doll that have serious side effects including sudden cardiac death. The human rights report estimated in an average week over one hundred, seventy, nine, thousand, long-stay Nursing Home Facility patients who administered antipsychotic drugs. Without a diagnosis which the drugs are indicated or approved rover, polar disorder and schizophrenia in testimony the ways and means. Committee. Heard this past November Richard Mollet Executive Director of the Long Term Care Community coalition concluded quote the use of San Anti psychotics in skilled nursing facilities is so extensive that puts the US in violation of internal conventions and covenants on torture and cruel inhumane and degrading treatment or punishment. Close quote. This is my third related interview. In December twenty twelve I discussed the topic with Diana Zuckerman. And in February, eighteen high interviewed Hannah Lamb who authored the above mentioned human rights report. With me again to discuss the ways and means report just released titled Under enforced and over prescribed is Rachel Dolan the reports lead author. So that Rachel as background let's get right into this or immediate neatly into the specifics of the report. What did the report find regarding the extent to which? They're persists overuse or misuse of anti psychotics in skilled nursing. David. So the report showed what what you what we would expect from your introduction, which is the use of antipsychotic does persist in nursing homes across the country and it remains quite high and not of course, has implications for patient safety and and health We found in the fourth quarter of Twenty nineteen approximately twenty percent of all skilled nursing facility residents in the US. So that's about two, hundred, Ninety, eight, thousand, six, hundred, fifty people every week received some form of antipsychotic medication and most of that was without any psychosis diagnosis for which these drugs are indicated So specifically, we actually looked at trends and surveyor citations for unnecessary medication use in nursing home. So that's kind of the. Part of this study and what we found was a clear change in citation rates for these facilities between the change in administrations from the Obama Administration to trump administration So we found citations for antipsychotic misuse in sniffs increased by two hundred percent between twenty, fifteen, twenty seventeen but then declined by twenty two percent from two thousand, seventeen to twenty eighteen, and importantly a ten percent of citations associated with actual harm or immediate jeopardy to a residence health or safety. So those are some of the most severe citation surveyors ever capture resulted in no fine from twenty seventeen to twenty eighteen under the trump administration. So you know. I. Would say even though this study in particular couldn't determine causation we we did see a clear association between the Trump Administration's regulatory rollback campaign twenty, seventeen, twenty eighteen and a reduction in citations for these particular drugs. Okay thank you and we'll get into the trump administration's regulatory decisions in this regard in a minute let me just ask as a follow up or an aside question and I don't think I saw this new report. So you may not have these numbers top of mind but worth asking, can you give an approximation of the cost? To the Medicare program at least relative to the overuse I, mean, this is a massive amount of money in reimbursement for these medications. I don't remember offhand. Let's see I think in the in the actually in the report we got About one third of older adult Medicare part d enrolling with dementia who spent more than one hundred days in a nursing humber prescribed antipsychotic in two, thousand, twelve constituting roughly three, hundred, sixty, three, million part D plan payments that year and of course, there's also cost associated with hospitalizations for inappropriate use of these drugs So I would expect you know that that that is obviously very under an understatement understated estimate that does not capture the full realm of payments. So it's it's fairly substantial.

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"hannah" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

03:58 min | 4 months ago

"hannah" Discussed on Fresh Air

"Today. Comic Hannah Gadsby. Her twenty eighteen netflix comedy special was perhaps the most talked about comedy said of that year in addition to making her audience laugh. She took them by surprise by vowing to give up comedy because the forms limitations made it too difficult to express the pain of growing up closeted in the Bible belt of Australia being beaten and raped and temporarily homeless. But you didn't give up comedy. She's back with a new netflix comedy. Special leader Marine coggin reviews a comic novel. She says takes readers on a road trip through struggling towns and farmlands of rural America. It's called Saint Christopher on Pluto financing McKinley. After.

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"hannah" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

02:05 min | 4 months ago

"hannah" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

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"hannah" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

05:38 min | 4 months ago

"hannah" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"You Hannah less people want to get tested less people give out their names thank you all right Joe Biden and yet most people will want to though okay yeah right most people not but that's the difference with having your vehicle want to get tested I think most people most people would like to be contacted well loved it will have to see how say the technology is but I think like with the apple Google frame of mind people would like to be a lot would like to be notified if they came in contact with somebody who's been diagnosed with COPD nineteen that might that be my guests and then you find out that you then have to stay in your house for fourteen days and everybody in your family who don't know their house for fourteen days the only if you get it if you have it yes you don't have to you our team even though there's a fourteen day you can you can be a symptom right I think I think yeah I've been listen Bob gets it and then the six people that Bob rats on then to have it then they have to go get tested or maybe they don't get tested but I'm just saying people will be less likely to want to get tested if almost of the government comes into some getting your house and stay in your house some people will but I think some people will but I think more people are more curious and would like to know they're not anymore people are scared of government then curious but that's what it was when your mates out that's makes horse race is one of many Joe Biden was on yesterday what's the guy's name was on there whether it's on offense by hammering who's got the hammer yeah that is the wires while hammering this idea that's a pretty good learn to digest it all right let's see vice president was asked he says he doesn't know Terry you served in the Senate for about thirty six years senator from Delaware you're chairman of committees having worked in the Senate myself I'm just in my head doing the numbers you had to have had well over a thousand Senate staffers between the committee staff these the Delaware US Senate staff do you remember terror Reid who worked there for about around a year in nineteen ninety two ninety three that's nice set up right basically having him in out perfect yeah well be honest with you you know you've been so busy so many great people you help throughout the years I mean you possibly remember this person I don't look let me get some clear when a woman makes claims that she has been harassed or abused in this climate change has gone on but her Astor abuse she should be taken seriously she could come forward share stories should be taken seriously taken seriously or believed so fans should be thoroughly vetted and if every case what matters is the truth truthful truth is what matters and the truth of the case is nothing like this ever ever happen all right what does he say the two women who believe Terry this is a bad answer Tom do you agree this is a bad answer I agree I I wouldn't have said that but I think I know what he is trying to avoid I think he was trying to avoid a bigger pitfall but no I watched a whole lot our interview and I thought I would have said that if it's not good I think they should vote their heart and if they believe terror read they probably shouldn't vote for me hi we missed the question what would you say to the people that believe in terror read that there isn't planning on voting for you Mr vice president he what about the people the plan on voting for you and then the story came through and they believe terror read what would you say to those people right yeah I like hammering he called up he held up a come out a woman wrote a column I don't I I don't I don't remember if he identified who it was who said I believe terror read but I will still vote for Joe Biden so in other words whatever you know wrongs you may believe Biden did it's still not worth reelecting a Donald Trump that was sort of the threat without your revolver and said that yes but this is a whole column and I don't know if she was want to rub it at lots of Donald held up like a you know a columnist we recall and said this is what this one person says for instance what do you say all right here we go I think they should vote their heart and if they believe terror read they probably shouldn't vote for me I wouldn't vote for me if I believe Tara Reid the fact is that look AT tire read story and changes considerably and and so on but I I don't want to question her motive I don't want to question anything other than to say the truth matters this is being vetted as Ben Bennett they want people interviewed scores of my employees or my whole career and this is just totally thoroughly completely out of character and the idea that in a public place in a hallway I would assault a woman I mean it's just I mean I I I I anyway I promise you it never happened okay and it has meant that it one of the problems with the problems though is if there is some kind of evidence that props up or something that tips the scale and gets most people to thank thanks for reading right then he's given them the hard ones to not well there's a reason Sir Tom has about thirty four percent Democrats say they believe thirty three of thirty four percent of Democrats in may first of may eleventh may twelfth believe the harassment claims against Joe Biden by terror Reid I mean yeah he just kissed away thirty four percent well no I don't think that that means I would guess others thirty four percent thirty percent will still vote for him anyway but you're right in saying if you really do believe her if that's the case then they should go back to the Democrats the thirty four percent say okay so now given would you want to take Joe's directive because I would not like Joe Biden determine who I'm gonna vote for it was thought that hammering out there who's got a hammer.

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"hannah" Discussed on The Ben and Ashley I Almost Famous Podcast

The Ben and Ashley I Almost Famous Podcast

05:04 min | 6 months ago

"hannah" Discussed on The Ben and Ashley I Almost Famous Podcast

"Is that season of in between. You and I? Some similar stories in a way right there is there wasn't another person in my story, but there a broken engagement there was a broken relationship that was publicly displayed their family pain involved. I have now been able to heal right. I promise you that if any pains in broken inside of you right now like it's going to heal, you're going to be very happy. One day you know, I'm now engaged and. Thriving I guess but. In the in the heat of it and in the heart of that season, it's hard. It's confusing it's heavy. and. So. There's a lot there to unpack. Hannah, and because. There's in my I is in my no, like just thinking back. There's three elements..

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"hannah" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:05 min | 8 months ago

"hannah" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Hannah finally coming home they were quarantine because of the corona virus so what happens to them now we hear on morning edition from NPR news forty four American passengers are affected with the virus some are being sent to a medical facility in Japan I'm David and I know well king the people who are flying home will be quarantined in the US for the next two a scientist at Harvard is accused of secretly accepting money from the Chinese government to set up a research lab there some farmers say climate change is hurting pistachio crops and the school principal in Texas give the parents a life changing yes it's Monday February seventeenth actor Joseph Gordon Levitt is thirty nine and the news is next live from NPR news in Washington on trial Snyder more than three hundred Americans are back in the United States arriving early this morning on to charter flights after being exposed to the coronavirus on board the cruise ship there remains in quarantine in Japan but it bears winter Johnston reports they are not yet free to go home fourteen of the evacuees had tested positive for the corona virus even though they aren't showing symptoms of the illness they returned to the US from the diamond princess cruise ship that remains under quarantine in Japan and will be kept under close watch at military bases in California and the taxes for the next two weeks the corona virus has killed an estimated seventeen hundred people and sickened tens of thousands the outbreak stems from an outdoor food market in Wuhan China which was closed in January last week China announced a nationwide crackdown on the illegal wildlife markets and trade winds are Johnston NPR news the cruise ship of Japan as the largest cluster of coronavirus cases outside of China more than forty Americans who tested positive remain in Japan for treatment a prominent human rights lawyer and activist has been detained in China after nearly two months on the run in pure simply Fang reports his arrest comes after the detentions of nearly a dozen other activists who all allegedly attended a December planning meeting friends of the activist to jingle told NPR that he'd been nabbed by police on the evening of February fifteenth for visiting a friend in the southern province of Guangdong both she and his friend were detained she had been on the run since the day after Christmas when police began targeting the twenty or so attendees of the strategy planning meeting that she had also spear headed that same month the wave of arrests is an escalation of an ongoing crackdown on civil society under Chinese leader xi Ching paying she a former university lecturer and rights lawyer was released in two thousand seventeen after serving a four year prison sentence for his legal activism he is the founder of an influential constitutionalist movement demanding civil rights protections and rule of law Emily Fang and pure news Beijing cheers broke out of Virginia state capital this morning.

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"hannah" Discussed on Meditative Story

Meditative Story

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"hannah" Discussed on Meditative Story

"Make sense of the world listening to Hannah what really struck me was just how many similarity he's though between the act the art of letter writing and that of meditation both start with intention with hot then that intention through thought turns into action into movement the Movement of the hand marks on a page those marks and now an object representation of our inexperience our inner life now outside that is the journey of meditation and it's a journey a movement which can be so freeing and better still shut ed with others so wherever you are however you are take a moment breathe smile let go of any tension you might have in your body do whatever you need be soft and open and if you were to write someone a letter based on how you're feeling having heard Hannah story.

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"hannah" Discussed on Revision Path

Revision Path

02:51 min | 1 year ago

"hannah" Discussed on Revision Path

"Which you don't see in google cities when you look at them are people because because they don't even put people into their cops man. It's like what are the people so. That's my whole thing and <hes> my motto is that we the f. forgotten in instead of coming together. We want to dominate one way or the other. We all just need to come together because that's how we should live five and if we do it we want so it's like it starts by understanding. It started by me changing because if i can't change myself i can't help jane <unk> the anybody else so you know there's so many things so yet. I have to learn so yeah. I see myself in that capacity. Hopefully in a in a way where i have the power to actually bring something just to kind of wrap things up your hand and i mean we've we've talked about. I'm going to say about a real going back to the den intense but at you know you can tell you can tell me no no no. I think this is great. This is absolutely great. I was actually just going to wrap up the interview. We've been going for awhile will just to wrap things up here. Where can our audience audience find out. I mean a sovereign is going to the movies but i mean where can audience by the more about you and you're working everything online. You know you can go to my website. Hannity dot com and you can go to at chinchilla nineteen seventy on twitter. 'cause i often kinda say where i'm at in what undoing and you know announce projects and things in that way and <hes> yeah. You can always good to you also d._a. Talent dot com and what not to all right sounds good will hannah bigler. I mean for three hundred episode. I could not think of anyone more prolific to have on especially given. I mean just so much of what you've done with not even just black panther. I feel like black panther. Maybe for a large amount of people was in a way like an introduction just how much work you've done but i think this interview certainly shows that you. You've got more than skin in the game. You are in it to win it. A hundred and ten percent. I mean from your early work up to now. I mean i can just feel the drive and the passion and the emotion for this work that you do and i just hope that we keep seeing it from years and years now into the future and that what you do inspires the next generation of thank you so much for coming on the show. I appreciate it. Thank you so much for having worries. I think toss again. I'm really appreciate your cards aw and that's it for this week. Big.

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"hannah" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

Casefile True Crime

13:17 min | 1 year ago

"hannah" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

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"hannah" Discussed on Blog � Hannah Fancher

Blog � Hannah Fancher

06:20 min | 1 year ago

"hannah" Discussed on Blog � Hannah Fancher

"Almost always deescalate, stay argument. And so really? I really liked to talk about the boundaries or the barriers really. I guess barriers a better word because down trees. Can you know the things I really like to talk about the barriers that we have discovered two good, communication, and some of these, we've actually already talked about. But this this is like a new. A new way. But a new way to look at it. I guess the first is yeah, the first thing is. Self-aware like lack of self awareness, and we've already talked about south were Nissim what that means and, and. You know what that their barriers to that are? But how you seen a lack of self awareness affect your ability to communicate effectively and transparently and just in a healthy way. Well, I think that. Not being self aware, you're never gonna realize what? You're not going to recognize your in healthy, I didn't recognize my unhealthy behaviors. I would go into situations. I would go into conversations as if they were competition. And I didn't know that for a long time, I was I went through the, the, the process of communicating with people for various things in alma. And I can't imagine. I don't even understand sometimes how people stood me now that I realize, like how prevalent that was in the way that I communicated that went into almost every interaction with someone as if I had to top them in some way, or I had to come out a winner in that. And I didn't recognize it. I just didn't I didn't see that. And even even people that told me, you know, things that should have led me to examine myself in that way. I, I was not open to, to, to, to really examining my behavior in that way. And so I kind of had to get to the point where I could step outside of myself. And listen to the way that I talked in a way that the. As if I wasn't involved like trying to make myself into sort of neutral third party and listen to what this sounded like and think. Is that really who I want to be is that, like, what I enjoy having a conversation with this person? What I enjoy having relationship with this person. And ultimately the answer was no, I didn't, and I couldn't have done that without developing. Some techniques for becoming more self aware being able to step outside of myself in recognize it. My experience has been somewhat similar to that. I can think of moments and one in particular in our relationship where we were arguing about something and I was very upset. And it was not going the way I wanted to ask leading and. Something prompted me to just learning I guess it was probably it was the Holy Spirit. I think probably that. Kind of had me pause and admit to myself that the thing that we were arguing about was not even really what I was upset about. It was it had gotten off track. We had gotten distracted. And the thing that I was arguing for in that moment was not the thing that I really wanted. And so admitting that to myself and then than abled me to think, okay, we'll that's not really what I want if that's not what I'm really arguing for than what am I really arguing for and I too with you? I don't remember the specific thing that we are arguing about, but I do remember, you know just telling you that. When you do this, I feel unloved, or I feel abandoned or whatever it was. And then the argument like de escalating immediately. Right. And so. In order to be able to communicate. I have to know myself deeply I have to not just be on autopilot. I have to be thinking about the things that I'm thinking about, and the things that I'm feeling and the deep things are going.

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"hannah" Discussed on Blog � Hannah Fancher

Blog � Hannah Fancher

14:45 min | 1 year ago

"hannah" Discussed on Blog � Hannah Fancher

"Welcome to Cleveland. I'm Michael, and I'm Hannah this podcast is all about how our relationships marriage in our family are impacted by God's grace and work at our lives each week, we will intentionally have transparent conversations about who we are what we're learning and where we're seeing God in our lives. Listen in as we share these conversations. Welcome back to the podcast. Thanks for listening in with us again this week. And what are we going to be talking about? Well, one of the things that we've really discovered in our relationship with each other with other people, one of the things that really hinder has hindered our relationship in the past and led to decreased intimacy or a lack of intimacy is a poor communication. We've really discovered some things that we were doing and. Character flaws that we were acting in that we didn't even realize we were acting in. And since we've discovered those things we've been able to recognize those things we've been able to increase our intimacy in our relationship, and our relationship with our kids, but then in friendships as well. I think that a lot of times, people think of good communication as will make eye contact or nod your head every once in a while or these these tips that people that people tend to give for being a good listener. And there's argued things argued things to think about into consider to maybe even implement, but there are much deeper things that have sect communication than just nodding, your head at the right time or making I contact essentially ways to kind of fake the, the real good commute. Okay. Sure those are ways to kind of, like, get what you want out of the conversation by can manipulating your body, language, and things like that. I mean, there's good things we're not saying that those are bad things that, that, that, you know, they're scripture tells us that as a man thinks in his heart. So is he? And so when we are free to be a good listener when. When I'm aware of these boundaries that were going to talk about. Then I can face them and eliminate them. We're talking about boundaries as hindrances not boundaries in, like I've said about, yes, yes, like hindrances to good, communication, and intimacy in relationships and something that came to mind when I was initially thinking about this topic is the first time we ever tried to go to marriage counseling. I think it was about five years into our relationship, maybe less than that. Maybe three to four. I'm not sure. But we had really been aware of a lot of our issues. Probably on a fairly shallow level. But at that point, you, you had read every man's battle and. I had read similar things. And so we were we were trying to deal with our issues. And there was a radio program that we listen to sometimes, I care what it was called. It's one with the man who wrote Arbor life, or something like that, and you life fly or something like that, where people David anyway, they had like a list of counselors, you know, like approved councils or whatever. So vice counts. Yes. Faith-based counseling. And so we found a counselor on this list, and we went and. We walked in and. It was this general very nice gentleman who was the counselor. But we shared. Both of us were like ugly crying sharing our issues, just open book. Yes, filter laid it out on the table. We told them everything that was going on. And. At the end of that he handed us this book called communication, Katie your marriage or senior marriage or something. I can't remember unsure. I'm sure it's a wonderful book. But it was very startling. I mean to this day I cannot believe that he did that. And then he told us we didn't need to come back. He told us he wouldn't need to see us again, this book in that will fix. It was very strange. And so, that's when we were thinking about this conversation. That's one of the things that came up and I actually never read the book, and like Michael said, I'm sure it's a great book, but. It just seems like. Like one of those little tiny bandages, you know, that you is the butterfly one's a really small ones are like for your knuckle, but yeah, I know the. The many. Yeah. That you're trying to put one of those little tiny bandages a gaping Rune that needed surgery. So Michael, what is an area of communication where you've realized like a point, maybe in our marriage, or in just in relationships in general or you realize that? You were communicating poorly. Can you think of a time that you became very aware of that? Think I kind of I don't recall, a specific instance, because I feel like I over the past several years. I've just over and over again, noticed and caught myself. Not really. Saying what I mean to say or not really listening to you. And you're like I'm going into discussion or an a disagreement or something like it's a debate that I intend to win or like or like it's a something that I'm trying to get something out of as opposed to. Coming to it like two people who want to preserve a relationship, but need to resolve something or need to need to exchange their thoughts or ideas and come to some kind of a meaningful middle ground, or whatever that whatever the outcome or whatever the desired outcome of the conversation would be I've begun to recognize selfishness in myself in those instances. And I've been trying to when I recognize it immediately address. It immediately take a step back from it in evaluate. Okay. What is it that I'm trying to accomplish here, and what are my priorities because I think that, that's one of the, that's one of the main things that, that I always found was a barrier to. To having healthy communication, for me is that I would lose sight of what's really important and it would become about the interaction and not about the larger picture, not about the larger issue, not about the relationship, and I think that those are things that I that preserving the relationship and keeping the issue at hand in mind as well as keeping as remembering especially like, in the case of marriage that the person that I'm talking to is not my adversary. They're not somebody that I need to conquer, or that or defeat in some way, this is not an interaction where there's a winner and a loser. And I have to had to train myself to stop thinking of it like that. And I still struggle with that. That's one of the things that I still know that I need to work on is that going into conversations, especially when we disagree about things. I have to remind myself that this isn't a competition. Sure, there's no winter. There's no loser here and I'm not going. Hin if I even accomplish what I think of as winning I will not be happy when it's. Sir. I think that's an interesting point. And it's something that I've heard kind of in different places. Is that? The real enemy is Satan, and he's causing this confusion, these things in our relationship, but you are not my enemy, Satan, as the enemy and. So that that's kind of informed. Informs all of this really. But one of the things I don't know that I had a defining moment. There is one moment that I can think of. Where I realized that I was not arguing for the right thing. And I think really it's just been seeing people communicate in healthy way really understanding, but these things that I was doing that. I thought were normal. They might be normal, but they're not good. They're not healthy. And I think that I'd kind of knew that there were some things that were not healthy. I remember watching an episode of friends, the one where Rachel and Phoebe decide to go running together and Rachel was horrified by the way that Phoebe runs. And so she avoids running with her. And she tells the other people, their other friends, why she's voiding it and whatever. And that always bothered me. I always felt like that wasn't. Right. But then if the same time I didn't really know how to do differently. Because I was it was. So what I had experienced a lot of passiveness and passive aggressiveness. And so. I knew that the way that I was used to communicating was not. The best but I didn't really know how to do differently and I mean somebody can say all day will just don't do that. But that's you really have to deal with the internal things that caused that. That's that's a, that's not a root issue. That is a secondary issue. That's the weed that you see that you have to pull up by the root, right? Where it or it doesn't doesn't leave because you'll never be able to frame it differently and sort in order for you to behave differently until you realize what your motivations are. Sure. So how'd you how have you seen the poor communication or unhealthy communication affect your life? Well. It. It's it, it makes it nearly impossible to have healthy relationships. Because I mean, there's inherently in any relationship, there's something that you need from the relationship, if we didn't need anything we could all go off in the mountains, and live, like hermits or whatever rise, but, but we, but we need interaction. We need relationships with other people. Assure on an emotional on a deep emotional level and. But when communication breaks down, you'll find that you'll never get the level of emotional, gratification from that relationship that you're looking for you won't your needs won't be met because you'll never get close. You never really have the relationship you want and the relationships that you have will not will never be as deep as they could be and that you most likely want or need them to be. I think that this is a fact my life. In that it has. Really prevented me. I think that in our relationship, it has caused arguments escalate. And I think that really with with, with in all my relationships, incentive communicating the heart of the issue. The real issue. I've communicated in a way that I believe will get me what I want or need. And so, I don't communicate directly. Or didn't communicate directly. I we communicate passively or manipulative -ly or. Just indirectly or dishonestly in sometimes out of a fear of rejection, or fear of abandonment and. So I've seen that, you know, particularly in our relationship, how dealing with it that way leads to argument esclation versus me sharing the heart. The real reason..

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"hannah" Discussed on Blog � Hannah Fancher

Blog � Hannah Fancher

05:38 min | 1 year ago

"hannah" Discussed on Blog � Hannah Fancher

"It's humbling, because like you can't you can't think you're better than anybody. If you get good this, you have to stop thinking, you're better than anybody ever. Sure. Awesome. That's a great story. I do think that, that I want to stop. I'm not sure that we've Infosys this enough but. This are all scriptural concepts. I think that, that God intended for us to be implementing that he actually spoke about. In scripture, but. For whatever reason that was just some kind of mental block. I guess that I had, and so I just I just want to make sure that we're stating that or get giving the credit to God for transforming us really for bringing out our issues and helping us to identify them. And to admit them, really and to deal with them appropriately unto learn to submit to him to allow him to work through us. And to trust him really that hit what his word says, is true that. You know it is. Not getting angry at someone on at accustomed, a sorry at an employer or coworker. Whatever on the phone who's yelling at you. You know. I could list off various scriptures that would apply to that situation. But it really is about trusting God to. Two. Deal with this situation to allow me to respond in a loving way. But also, you know, I can see how maybe in a situation like that somebody would feel the need to be aggressive in return to protect themselves. Or for any number of reasons, but trusting God enough and saying God says that this is the way that I should react. And so I'm gonna trust God that he's right. And that. If I do. What he says to do that, this will all turn out. Okay. And so I just really want to make sure that we're emphasizing that, that, that, while we're not quoting scripture after scripture after scripture after scripture, what we're really talking about is what it looks like to live out scripture, what it looks like on a day-to-day basis there's a lot of scripture, but we don't have a day to day account of anyone's life. In scripture, we have highlights. And so for me, one of the things that I struggle with is just knowing what it looks like on a day-to-day basis for these principles that are in scripture to be lived out. And I think that that's really what we're seeing is scripture lived out through our live lived in our lives and not that we deserve any credit. That's not what we're saying. We're not bragging. We're not really if. If what we're doing could be classified as bragging. It would be bragging on what God has done what he's done in us. What he's done for us. How east changed us because to be real, honest left to our own devices? We've seen where that's gotten us and I'm really thankful to not be in that place anymore. Absolutely. What's really? The, the testament really is that how long that I claim to be a Christ follower and did not understand that God had been telling me all this time, here's the way it's gonna work out really well for you. If you do it this way, if you do the way, I show, you things will go well, and I didn't, and I didn't trust him enough to, to do it that way. Right. I try I tried to do it the way I thought the way that seemed right to me. And, you know, we can go to scripture, great how that works out for the person. That's definitely true. And you know, sometimes it doesn't work out. Well, sometimes the other person doesn't react, the way we would like them to but doing things the way God asks us to and allowing the Holy Spirit to lead us is always the right thing to do regardless of the outcome. But anyways, I think we'll wrap things up here. I do want to let you know, we're going. This is going to be kind of a series of podcasts. We're going to kind of be sharing about what God is done and is doing in our lives, probably. They'll be a lot about communication and just in real transformation in our lives. Anything you wanna add Funchal? No, I'm just really looking forward to these conversations. I think that sitting here, even though there's a microphone between us sitting here just talking to you for. An hour has been really good. And I've really enjoyed it. So I'm looking forward to keep keeping us up also. Okay. We'll see next time. Thanks..

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"hannah" Discussed on Blog � Hannah Fancher

Blog � Hannah Fancher

18:00 min | 1 year ago

"hannah" Discussed on Blog � Hannah Fancher

"But knowing the me that really is. And identifying where where I fall short or where I am and unsafe person because if I am in denial, if I'm unaware of, you know, the things that I struggle with, or the things that trigger me, then, you know, I can't address those things. And so I think it's super important to be self aware to be able to hear possibly negative feedback. And to not be offended by it to be open to knowing myself, really? I guess that would be stepping out of denial of who I am and really seeing myself as a complex person. We're back to that top again, because I think that really it comes down to me, not seeing my self as a complex person of only being willing to see the parts of myself that I want to see. And so I think that, that super important to spin aware of, who I am knowing myself really well, so that I can address. Issues that I'm having ways that I am an unsafe person, and then I can deal with them because we can't we have to bring things out into the light to address them. And if I don't, if I say that they're not there, then, you know, succour, obviously not going to get addressed. So I think that how about you, what do you think? Well, I'm drunk for my own personal experience. I guess, really and I know that the ways that I was an unsafe person, primarily were couple of couple of things. I had a tendency to enjoy spreading the news. You know, like if somebody told me something, and I found it, particularly interesting, I like to be a person, I like to be a person who has something interesting to say, and so I. I like to tell stories I liked to have a person's attention. And you know, that's maybe that's part of my love language, is, is that I like to be I like to communicate you know, like I feel like that's spending quality time, maybe I don't know that I like to have the person's attention and that makes me feel valued. And well, you know, it's real easy to manufacture that, if I've got some juicy details to tell you about so, and so who I heard about this other thing, and that's like detrimental to being safe person. Anyway, nobody's ever. Going to. Nobody's ever going to confide in you, not that, you know, you're just wanting to have everybody secrets necessarily, but that's part of building relationships is somebody feeling like they can open up to you, and you Supra casting, and being able to open up to them. But nobody's ever going to open up to you, if they feel like there's no way that they can. That they can be sure that that's not gonna be the next topic of gossip going around the soon as they shared. And so that's a barrier that had to be broken down. I had to learn that the that the relationship with that person who sharing thing with me is actually of more value than all the shallow fake interactions, that I would have sharing that information and the other thing, and I'm sure you can testify, this is that I tend to be a fixer. And you can't be fixer and a listener at the same time, it's okay to be able to lend advice, and to give people wise counsel, but you have to be a person who can. Shut off your thought process while you're in taking in what the person has to say. And my tendency was always to identify the problem as quickly as possible, and then wait for them to finish so that I can tell them the solution that I've already figured out and. For many reasons that's unhelpful most of the time. But in addition to that, it's, it's not respectful, really. And it's unwise, because once you shut off the listening, part of things, there's probably a lot more information that went by me, while I was figuring out the solution to problem that probably would have played into whatever advice I might have given them string second problem or another problem on problems. I've already said another problem with that is just because somebody shares, something with me doesn't mean they want it fixed. Or they want me to fix it. Sometimes sharing sharing things with somebody is just about building that intimate friendship. Sometimes it's just about me opening opening myself up to you. Okay. So I thought of two things while you're talking regarding the first thing about being a safe person like in, in not gossiping. I guess is really what it is. I can identify with that too, because I think that I would come to try to cheat this system. And I want to be close to people, I want to be accepted in a really easy way that I could do that is to bring up somebody else to talk about somebody else. I mean I feel like that's a pretty common thing that. What is the saying to, to enemies with the same enemy become friends, the enemy of my enemy is my friend? Yes. Yes. And so I've also heard the phrase common enemy intimacy. It's a really fast way to feel like. I'm intimate with this other person. But really, it's not real intimacy. It's, it's fake and it's detrimental, and it's hurtful to me to them into the person. We're talking about. And so, but that's that's a shortcut that I've tried to take that isn't really a shortcut. It's like the little red riding hood short shortcut that, you know, where you run into the wolf and it doesn't even have to be that your enemies with the person shared us be what they shared adversity. They surely, you know, bringing people, you know, a lot times, people will justify that sort of a haven as if we are just bearing each other's burdens. But that's not exactly what's happening in those case Sherman as you as you will know you could be sharing information about somebody that maybe you all do need to be praying for. But if that person has not asked you to share it or has not shared it themselves. Publicly speaking, then, you know, that's you're, you're really hurting that person by, by sharing sharing that even though you might feel like well we all should be praying about this. That's not your decision to make your ba- tree. There's a betrayal that's happening there. There's a there's a betrayal confidence in the charges of the trail of, of the intimacy that they had with you. Again. Yeah. And then the second thing while you were talking, I was just thinking about how. Affiliates. I it's a common thing that gets talked about about listening to answer versus listening to someone. And I think that sometimes I think that being part of being a safe person is. Allowing people to share without trying to fix or. Correct. I think that sometimes I get confused and think that, you know, I have to help this person, I have to fix the situation completely forgetting that. You know, the best comforter or the best healer or the best fixer. You know, the fixer of the universe has this person in their care. And so I'm kind of taking on that role making myself God in their life, or God, at least in my own mind. And obviously for you know, that, that's not a good thing ever placing myself in the role of God. It's not. Good or valuable or right? And so, yeah, I definitely I could definitely see how that would make me person. But I also see value as part of being a safe person, just kind of along that same vein is just allowing people to share. Sometimes God, God does work through that. I've seen God worked through that someone just sharing and trust. And meet as a listener trusting that God is going to work out. Whatever it is that he's going to lead me to react, just the right time. But one of the things that comes to mind. Is. Just interviews. I've listened to between a really good interviewer, and an interviewee and the sometimes the person who's being interviewed goes on, and on and on for a long time. And. It can be frustrating like if it seems like they're lying or whatever, but a good interviewer knows to let it go to let them talk because, you know, in a lot of interviews that I've seen the person who's being interviewed in up. Processing through whatever it is. And admitting things that they've never admitted before or sating things that have never been stated before and. It allows them to come off the pedestal of defense to take themselves out of the defense and just be a real person. Just elegant neutral person. Who's not being attacked. And I think that that's really important to being a safe person. So. We've been learning these things over the last few years. Can you describe? How these things how learning the things that we've learned has changed, our family life and maybe just starting with you, as a person how it's changed you. And then maybe I guess how that has. Changed our family. Well, I think first of all, in my line of work, I'm in IT. I'm specifically and IT support, which means I'm dealing with people with problems all day. And to be honest, this concept like catapulted me in my career demonstrating to people that I understand this concept, and that I can handle customer service at a very high level, and as well as have the technical knowledge to do what it is that needs to be done. Demonstrating that I can do that has gotten me. The jobs progressively more responsible and higher paying jobs that I've that I've moved through in the last. Five seven seven five seven years. Because people understand that. That anybody can learn the technical side of what I two it's, it's not that difficult. I mean it it requires specialization but it's not that difficult to do, but not everybody. It takes a level of maturity, and self awareness and. Not to say that I've arrived or anything, but it, it, it takes takes development to get to the point where you can listen to somebody's problems, even if they are just absolutely tear you apart. And you put yourself in their shoes and understand how they're feeling and that shades your interpretation of their description of the problem. Cherry that shades your. Your feelings that you might be having about. How they're speaking to you. And it really. Allows you to operate from a much more professional standpoint. Once you have kind of processed through those things in the moment and allow yourself to just get down to the business of, of doing your job. As a matter of fact, I had a really, really difficult interaction sin when we moved from California to Texas about five years ago, I had a really difficult interaction with. Somebody not long after I started working where I where I initially got got the job and it was. It was very stressful. At the time. But. You know, I could tell that the person was frustrated, I did it was it was very difficult for me, not to retaliate. But the first thing that popped into my head was. Man, if I didn't know what this problem was if, if I was on his end and I didn't know what I already now chair, I would feel terrible and frustrated and lost. Right. And I would probably be yell in whoever was on the other end of the phone to. Right. And. Assume as I. Could feel empathy for him. As soon as I could put myself in his shoes, it allowed me to just to express that empathy to him and say, man, I really know how how this must feel for you. I'm really sorry. I understand. It's not your job to know this stuff, but I know. But I know what this is. And I'll take care of for you. And I promise we'll have you been running just a few minutes. And we did and everything was fine and he apologized afterwards. And, you know, because he was speaking to me, very rudely. And I've told that story in every interview I've had since then and I. And almost all of those they've offered me the job. I haven't taken all the jobs, but they offered me the job afterward, because that's and that's been really impressive. I've been asked in second interviews to retail that story. And to me, just think you know why doesn't everybody know this. But then I realized I didn't know this for really long time and, and carrying that over once I realized help fact that was in my professional life carrying that over into other aspects of my life. I can't I know we've talked a lot about celebrate recovery, and I don't mean for this to be the celery recovery podcast. But that's one of the things that I I started doing I started realizing as we were going through. Celebrate recovery was that these things that I struggle with. These things that I have experienced with, and an I start to recognize those things in other people. It makes me feel a lot more sympathetic to what, what their choices for to the choices that they make that I might otherwise disagree with or the. Problems that they have that maybe I, maybe I have had in the past or maybe I maybe never had. But even so I can look at them and put myself in their place. And think, oh, I can see how you would get there. I can see why you might do that. I can see how hard that might be sure and. It..

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"hannah" Discussed on Blog � Hannah Fancher

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16:00 min | 1 year ago

"hannah" Discussed on Blog � Hannah Fancher

"Welcome to cleaning. I'm michael. And I'm Hannah this podcast is all about how our relationships marriage in our family are impacted by God's grace and work in our lives each week, we will intentionally have transparent conversations about who we are what we're learning and where we're seeing God in our lives. Listen in as we show these conversations. Hi. Welcome to the podcast. I'm Michael, and I'm Hannah this is our first podcast. We're really excited to be sharing ourselves with you. So the first thing we're going to do is share our selves with you Haning. Why don't you tell us a little bit about who you are? So I'm married to Michael. We've been married for seventeen years. We have five teenagers things are pretty hectic. These days, I work full-time in a job that I am very thankful for, but not destined for. I've been blogging for thirteen years. And I've been on the leadership team of local celebrate recovery for four years. And I am currently intentionally pursuing migraine of being a professional writer speaker. And putt Kester Michael, what about you? Well, I am married to Hannah. As you could probably already tell. And I have we've been like she said, we've been married for seventeen years now, and we're very happy, but just now really learning how to be happy. I work in a job that I feel comfortable in, but I never feel like that's who I really am. That's probably true. A lot of people, I'm in IT, but I feel like a musician that's who I feel like I am. I have also been active in celebrate recovery for the last several years, five years, I believe, getting close to, and I've been. Active in my church. I'm a ministry leader at my church. I run the audio visual and technology ministry, and I am trying to find ways to serve God. In my strengths, more and more. So that's kind of who I am. And where I where I am right now, one of the things that's happened to us over the last few years is just that we've as Michael said, we've learned how to how to be happy in, in our marriage in our family, and that's really translated into as being able to pass those things onto our kids and kind of make them, the standard of living in our family. And so that's kind of something that we wanna we wanna talk about. We wanna talk about kind of where we've come from and how we've gotten to where we are now and maybe a little bit about what we're pursuing, and how we're growing, and how God is leading us where we currently are. So Michael, what do you think? What are some of the things that you some of the beliefs that you that you have held that have changed the last few years, maybe just not necessarily just beliefs, but major lifestyle shifts that have happened over the last few years. What do you think some of the major ones are? Well, I think one of the major major things that's shifted, in my perception of things is that I've begun to understand the concept of empathy and try to actually implement that in my life. And this is not a sonata concept. That's new to me or that was just, you know, due to some Piff any that I had, but I have through through celebrate recovery as well. I mean that influence things as well, but also through other internet personalities that I am familiar with that, I that I listen to. I, I was introduced to this idea of, of out of imagining people complexly and realizing that people are more than what I see them. And I, I think previous to that I had a very one dimensional view of people outside myself. I could always think of myself as having a complex thoughts and motivations and struggles and. But I held everyone else to a standard that I wouldn't hold myself, too because to me, everybody else was one dimensional was a character in the play that revolved around me. And so that is something that I've been actively working to change. And it's really even since been since before we, we moved here, taxes and got involved in, in the churches. Celebrate recovery ministry, that's the idea of learning empathize with people, and that's been one of the main one of the big things that's changed in my perception of things as well. Another thing that's, that's changed is. Realizing. And it's kind of, I guess coupled with that same idea. But realizing that. Everybody. Is a lot more like me than I realize, because while I y well, I said earlier, that it's easy to forgive myself for things, and that I wouldn't forgive other people for. It's also easier for me to see other people as being better than me. Because I again, I only see the side of them that they want me to see and realizing that that's not all there is just because in the same way that I don't show every all of me to everyone else. I realized that they, they don't show, all of them to me either, and so that's gone to be really helpful in areas like having confidence and. The fears that I had before and isolating myself from people because I just didn't feel worthy to be involved in relationships. I didn't feel worthy to have friendships because I thought that I was just not good enough. I thought it was not. On the same level as everybody else that I so. So can I ask you a question about what you mentioned? I about seeing people complexly. So without putting our own perceptions onto scripture, do you see that playing out in scripture, do you, do you see? Where that is a biblical concept. Or do you think that that's really apart? Do you think it's unbelievable in the sense that it's not it's not a biblical concept? It's just a life lesson. Or do you see that play out scripture, it'll? I think that scripture really, hints at it basically, in the idea that you're not. You know, you don't always take people at face value that, but there's more to people, and it talks about how God sees people that way, you know, we see the outside of a person, but God sees inside they seize the heart and it talks about how the, the actions that a person on the outside of a person. Oftentimes are an overflowing of what's inside the person. But also that there's this idea of a lot of people who like the whitewash tombs, the, you know, they're really pretty on the outside, but inside there's something completely different than what they're than than what they're portraying. And a lot of that has to, you know, these biblical concepts of hypocrisy and. Has a really negative connotation sometimes. But the same time I think that it goes to this idea of. Of empathy of realizing that there is. That if there is this, this inner man, that exists in all of us that God sees that he was willing to sacrifice so much for us in there must be something redeeming that, if there's something redeeming, in made in there's gotta be something redeeming in U2.. Sure, one of the things I think that I've kind of real a realization that I've come to. I've read scripture, my whole life, and I, particularly love reading love reading the New Testament to, but I find a lot of connection in the Old Testament characters kind of what you were telling you were talking, I was thinking about the twelve patriarchs and kind of where they started out, you know, selling Joseph to the. Ishmaelites right. And you know, kind of their story throughout Genesis. And then into the end of it where. They become the twelve patriarchs in God uses the tribes are named after them. And so I just I definitely see that for sure. It's very interesting. Another thing that I that I thought of while you were talking is. I guess that's a theme throughout scripture. It's a theme of God of like reading scripture, and seeing these terrible people or these terrible circumstances. But somehow, God, finds something redeeming in them, and I guess that's really applicable to us. You know, he looked at me and saw something. Some redeeming quality in me. Maybe it's just that I made in his image. I don't know. But, but then also, you know, throughout scripture, they're these promises, these things that he said that, that, that God tells us like repeatedly in the new the New Testament, he talks about as being a new creation. And I think I used to really read those as being like something to strive for something to hope for, but that's really truth. And. But it's not just truth for me. It's truth for you to. And so, you know, it's super important for me to identify who I am and Christ. But in that same vein. It's also important for me to recognize it all of those promises and things that, that scripture says about me, it's saying them about you, too. And so it's really imperative I guess too. Recognize myself that also recognize you. And I think that, that really speaks to the whole scene people complexly. I don't have the benefit of seeing someone's heart or knowing what's in their heart, but God does. And so I just trust him with that. I guess, and, and just love people through things really gets down to like this idea of, what the golden rule really is the golden rule is essentially telling you to put yourself in that person's place. Yeah. Like whatever you do put yourself in their place. And then decide for yourself how you would want you to act in that situation. I definitely I definitely see that playing itself out in our family life, just in thinking about myself, and in dealing with your shoes. I mean I obviously I have my own issues too, but it's a lot easier for me to justify myself and empathize. With myself. Because I know. I know myself really well, but then learning to Kenneth really see past the things that I disliked about you. To see who you really are to see your real heart and not a to define you by these few characteristics, that bothered me or that I didn't like so I can definitely see that playing it self out in our family life in just being able to empathize with you. But then also being able to improvise with our kids into CR kit to see past whatever our kids are doing in whatever way, they're acting out to sea. Do not see the fighting but to see the motivation behind the fighting the heart behind the fighting and to understand what they're going through, and to be able to maybe redirect, their heart or their thoughts, or even help them identify what it is that they're thinking, and feeling that is causing them to act out in whatever way, they're acting out. So I think that for me, definitely the sink, people complexly that's definitely been something that. As been has changed for me. But or something that I've learned but also learning that I can that I can share my feelings that it safe to share. My feelings won't be asleep. Always safe to share my feelings, but there are, but me learning to be safe person learning what it means to be a safe person, and the, the phrase that comes to mind is that it takes one to know one, I used to say that when we were kids and so learning to be a safe person to not repeat things that I repeat conversations that I have with other people, and just generally learning to be a safe person has helped me to identify other safe people and. To be able to share things. Feelings. And I think that kind of as a family, you and I have both grown in being willing to listen to the other feelings, but also just identify to think about what we're thinking about and what we're feeling so that we can. Talk about real things and not fight about the underwear on the floor or something when we're really feeling rejected or abandoned as I feel like that, that has really transformed. Our family life. Do you do you do you see that as well? Or is that I think I think it is. And I was going to ask you a question to kind of follow up with that. I agree with you. It is of extreme importance that we learn learn to be safe to find safe environments, and to be safe people, what do you think are some of the things that have to change like Kaji identify some of the things that have to change for you for a person to go from not being safe person to, to being a safe person somebody that can really not just open up, but can be opened up to. I really think that it has a lot to do with being self-aware with knowing myself really well, and not just knowing the me that I want to be..

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"Ready to buy a new or used car check out truecar and enjoy a more confident car buying experience some features not available in all states welcome back to fort up a thug kitchen podcast our guest today needs no introduction but i'll do in any way out of respect hannah hart is an entertainer actress twotime time new york times bestselling author and she both over five million followers across all of her social platforms that's at last check so it's probably like ten million last year hannah premiered a new food and travel show called iheart food that's airing on the cooking channel and she's bringing a fresh new voice to food programming which we all know it needs additionally she just launch a podcast called handle is this with her best friend although named hannah because it's the dorms where they talk about latest selfhelp trends and report back with their notes so everybody please walk on the incomparable hannah hart thank you for having to be here thank you for just such a lovely intro him any time i i like to give people like i it bill builds up the eagles were going into the congo my ego is fragile when you work online at fucking happen constant feedback loops can be good and bad oh yeah yeah one hundred five i do my best to stay out of like the comments section shells you fail yeah yeah it's like you can read fifty comments are very sweet very supportive in the knows that one asshole and you're fucked you didn't even have to be that mean it could be like i don't like his beard and they're like oh my heart when we started this people are like i don't really care for his voice fucking me neither.

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"It was like right hannah's that because that's or the way people when they did the misunderstanding like what if it doesn't mean that yeah well she broke it down that one scene where she's like they don't even may not even understand what a question is like we got so far back from what are you doing here just thought that approach really it was just also realistic and also shows just like great because it still gives the you know the thority i like because the thority was like in the military which is shown other aggressive nature isn't too constructed i knew it was gonna go bad when he saw that one guy watching like the info or site thing on the computer and it set it up like fuck man that guy's going to do something i was pissed when they put that when they put the bomb yeah that was awful guys i mean it was a political statement assured like diplomacy versus war and then the third act where she she goes to the chinese general she has now gained the power of leaving through space time well because she also like as cool movie i watch it you don't really get it yes he keeps on you just like her dreams yeah what's happening she gives on flashing lowered event yeah she doesn't think she's going crazy it is time you're you think it's all back of this daughter that she had where she actually cool remembering the future is hard to rep your head around at verse so not i don't feel like it ends and i was like it's one of those where it doesn't end in your like confused vain it's exciting to talk about like this it did not like an interstellar had a lot more ambiguity and i'd like him to give it a lot of times in a movie that's that that was also.

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"hannah" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

"Hannah i'm coming back to you hannah i'm coming back to you sounds like an eagle song it sounds and you can actually like as a songwriter you can actually hear something in there that you could formulate i mean it's not in true form yet but you could hear catch places where you could you could manipulate a maneuver out of that into something that might be real the thing that the beatles song has that doesn't have is it has the anchor to it really has the anchor that that gives the whole phrasing shape and that's still something that has that right now only humans can do explain to me more which mean by that what do you mean well this is already you're always looking for what is the anchor for the the verse the chorus or the phrase or the line what is what is the idea that ground what is the core idea that's going to make this thing work how it how it rises how it falls what the lyric is not only what it means but how it sounds when it sunny against a melody and all of these things are have to have two interplay to make something that actually works in rounds out to make something that's that excels past because i mean as a songwriter what you're trying to do is make something that is unique that lives above the fray and to do that it's very difficult all these things have to interplay and you have to find something special it now with lyric ai what we're hoping it will do is give seeds right give us different kinds of anchors give us seeds that we can work off and that's gonna be the trick so far has lyric ai given you anything as a songwriter that you couldn't on your own.

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