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Fresh update on "hansen" discussed on The Podcast Engineering Show

The Podcast Engineering Show

00:47 min | 8 hrs ago

Fresh update on "hansen" discussed on The Podcast Engineering Show

"Cupcake. Podcast productions of course brian and springer from top tier audio. Jesse mccune an amazing engineer. An amazing podcast engineer who graduated. Ps and jesse's the one who told me about this fear l. Twenty two microphone. That i'm speaking into right now. Because he he had won when he when he enrolled in. Ps he already had a sphere l. Twenty two. And when i was looking to buy one of these modeling microphones i did a bunch of research and there were basically three three companies. That came up. One was the townsend labs sphere l. Turning to another one was antelope audio and the other one was Slate has one. They all make you know. These these microphones. That model vintage microphones and i ended up choosing the sphere l. Twenty two. And after i did my research i bounced it off jesse and he he basically said yeah. The spherical twenty two is great. Okay also land in hardy. He's in he graduated what three years ago. he's one of the from one of the first. Semesters land hardy from supporters sound studios. Of course michael jerry. Michael three twenty as i call them. I mean basically what you can do with. Your friends is used their first name and then instead of using their last name just use the the model microphone that they use so michael. Jerry uses a an ari three twenty. So i just started calling him. Michael three twenty and eddie loves it. It's all in good fun. And of course. Tim hansen from half ogre studios. Wow it's amazing how. Ps graduates they graduate and then they have that confidence and all the training and knowledge and then they go out in the world and they to these businesses and they they start getting clients they start getting clients that are paying real money. I'm not talking fifty dollars an episode. I'm not talking hundred dollars an episode. I'm talking many hundreds of dollars per episode. Because that's what you can make as a professional and that's what you need to make you're going to make it a full time business right okay. So congratulations to all those. Ps graduates great job by the way. There are many other pe- graduates in fact if european graduate. And i have not mentioned you because this post is from a while back. Feel free to comment on this or post on this. And i'll do another episode on mentioned all the ps graduates. If i need to if you're rocking it and everything. So i really enjoy supporting all the ps graduates in on in an ongoing fashion right for years to come. I'm gonna be supporting these folks because they've made such a commitment and they're just rocking it. Okay next daily goody davinci resolve okay. Divinity resolve is actually a video editing suite but of course a lot of people producing. Podcasts are producing video podcasts. right.

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Fresh update on "hansen" discussed on The Nerd Soup Podcast

The Nerd Soup Podcast

00:34 min | 12 hrs ago

Fresh update on "hansen" discussed on The Nerd Soup Podcast

"That this was edgar ri- going in a new direction You know obviously his his charm and his wit was still there. But it seemed like more focused on I guess the bigger picture here the themes that he wanted to tackle. So i thought okay. This is going to be a bit different from his previous efforts because they're all very either all very fun and you know. Obviously he's making movies for adults but they're lighthearted this one. I thought it was going to be a bit more heavy. Yeah and i think. I think a lot of those like he reallocated his kind of high-octane style in two different ways. Though it's not that channel has by us. And i think when that hits it's really is like a film where you can get lost in like the main character getting lawson into this other world or in the past but like the direction these edit though. I want more movies. Where he's getting out of his comfort zone a bit but still keeping those those sensibilities that he's that he's mastered. Yeah so the third maybe takes Keeps it from being like maybe a potential top ten for me for this year but that definitely for me too. When i started was like okay. We're on board for something. Incredible here. But i think it will still be pretty high up on my list for twenty twenty one. It's pretty high on my list for Teff much higher than yours. I think it's like yeah. Have it like number seven. So i i really enjoyed it and i think a lot of piano. I think a lot of people will have a lot of the same criticisms you have to think of a lot of people are going to also really like it. You know Especially if it's not bad any stretch of the imagination now. Tom hasn't mackenzie takes off. Though she is she will. She's very very talented. Young actress man. Her english accent was pretty good in this for the good and on utility georgia's continues to run through hollywood. Hopefully she doesn't stop either. Just keep going all right well. That is tiff day to day. One recaps this'll be the end of our first video recapping tiff twenty 2021 Hope you guys enjoyed it. Hope you guys like shares. Subscribe to all that stuff of course because this is youtube and stick around for our part to video that maybe dropping in the next couple of days maybe drops tomorrow who knows but that's going to be featuring us talking about most anticipated movie of the year bergman island and we'll be talking about dune so that should be cool and some other movies right. We we saw a lot of good movies. So i'm excited for that part to our new excited. Damn we were making some good points in that video. Hey guys ernhert suit monkey here before we end this video i wanna give a quick shout out to her patients borders. What.

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Fresh update on "hansen" discussed on The Nerd Soup Podcast

The Nerd Soup Podcast

00:53 min | 12 hrs ago

Fresh update on "hansen" discussed on The Nerd Soup Podcast

"And i think those aspects when you change from the modern world to the nineteen sixties. I think that's all very well done in a kind of drew me in right away and just seeing all those events unfold and like you said you teller joy not only is she like just a rising star. I think she solidified herself as just a star over these past few years and mackenzie as well like talking about often commerce. I wish i was a little bit more in the power of dog but only being in that type of oscar potential movie is gonna like help her career but she stands out in the end she also didn't joe rabbit so i think matt smith is just probably the most charismatic guy. He's just so goddamn charismatic. So like those guys anorak. What this is our last performance that like she shot and is shown she went out with a bang. Because i think the cast really stood out for me in this as well. But i i just think this movie was just lose. He scenes like when she's in an apartment with these lights coming in it's just so vibrant and jumps off the screen at times end. Just the look and feel the vibe of the film i really resonated with and yeah you're right and the third does kind of does dip in quality but as the overall i really enjoyed this one. It's one. I'm looking forward to wash it again when it comes out in theaters for the of your casuals and when the movie began its at four diana was i knew who was who he was dedicating it for diana rigg because he had just tweeted about her but i didn't put it together that she was actually in the movie so it was a pleasant surprise. She's become such a legend. Because of game of thrones that's part of the magic of game of thrones and made so many icons out of these actors and characters but her film credits you know. She hasn't been in many films throughout her long career so for her to be a neg- arrived movie to to have the role that she did as as a caretaker But for me. I wanted the movie to continue down. It's it's trippy road of the first hat Alan talked about the movies that he was influenced by. And i think he just kind of lost. Those influences in jump scares and characters in a frenzy The the crazy woman that no one believes instead of continuing down the road. He was going.

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Fresh update on "hansen" discussed on The Nerd Soup Podcast

The Nerd Soup Podcast

01:09 min | 12 hrs ago

Fresh update on "hansen" discussed on The Nerd Soup Podcast

"Hello everybody welcome back to another episode of nerd soup. This is below. Oliver joined today by aaron. The nurse who monkey. We're coming live from toronto at twelve. Twenty twenty one Little weird recording set that we have here on opposite ends of the room. and we're hopefully. Hopefully it works. Doing some test runs and I think we got a good go and good far from me and you should be able to my business when we record. It makes it more personal that way intimate sexual almost this feels like unnatural. Like it should be done. you know. Podcast shouldn't be recorded this way. Sometimes you gotta bend the rules and who working. Well we got so and by the way before we start toronto. I love the city. it's clean. it's nice. There's so many different things to do. Everyone is just beautiful women which is a bunch of good looking people. Make me self conscious. The strut around all day but well. We should have realized that. Drake justin bieber ryan reynolds right. No pants them for. Politician is not an hot. Yeah he's politician. I'll give him that. But yeah just beautiful city and i wish we spend more time but we're here for business business which is also pleasure because we retreat a two three movies on day. One of tiff The first movie we saw was driving my car by hamaguchi. We also saw a deer. Evan hansen which was directed by stephen chomsky and petite man directed by the french director who most recently directed portrait of a lady on fire which many people considered a masterpiece. But i would say was a good day. One started the day with a three hour dramatic epic a heavy movie. Definitely a movie that was it took an emotional toll on me. I don't know about you coming out of it. I just wanted to marinate for the rest of the day. And then i realized l. man. I got two more movies to watch. Yeah was watching guaranteed hanson and thinking about this movie. The routier haven't hand trying to piece together. Some of the themes and pieces of dialogue jenner. Remember if you having sex with someone or anything about somebody else. That's what it felt like. We were calling out driving my cars name. Well actually deer. Evan hansen on the and you just want to get into general on the first one during my movie i festival other and it's at the top right now. I think it was the best movie of the day. And it's gonna be hard to beat for best film of the festival. It was just like you said a very deep layered so many layers to this movie where i'm still thinking about all different connections in the narrative structure and everything. I was so carefully crafted won best screenplay con so that makes sense and i mean three hours like it definitely. It definitely feel the times. But i think at certain moments are just do dialogue able to create such atmosphere intention or just intrigue that keeps you go on throughout the film and court religious about two people trying to or refusing the confront their past or move on and kind of how they deal with that or how they don't deal with that and i think you dive into a lot of a lot of things that can resume of a lot of people there.

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Fresh update on "hansen" discussed on What Bitcoin Did

What Bitcoin Did

00:38 min | 14 hrs ago

Fresh update on "hansen" discussed on What Bitcoin Did

"Business direct consumer which is a global franchise now not just domestic and so that's why the economy is booming. That's why the stock market's new highs every week almost because it senses a new america digital two point oh america. There's a lot of people would disagree with that point. They're not living the life. I'm living in terms of working with real entrepreneur. Snow the but they would say the snp continued to grow because the government printed much money. Yes there's the underlying liquidity and there's truth to that as well but you know you look earnings every single print this year in every sector sixty seventy eighty percent depending on the sector beat the numbers after they've been upgraded some cases twice. So you think about that you beat your earnings and the annals got upgrading the earnings and then you beat it again. That's because you're hansen your margin through direct consumer enhance your margin through cutting travel and entertainment costs. Whatever you're doing there must be something like the airlines. The on the listen the airlines are completely screwed. I'm saying there are losers. But that's what i was looking into. Who are the that you've picked a good. I'll tell you the losers energy companies are losers. Because nobody wants to own their stock anymore. Airlines are completely screwed because they made the assumption that business travel would come back to what it was when we come back quickly. It is never coming back to what it was. It'll take decades to get back to what it was it. You want if if i own the company and you want to take a flight somewhere you gotta right online like a five page essay. But why i'm gonna make a seventeen percent return on your trip because you don't need to go you can zoom it. You can do a skype. You can do something as you do. You do not need to go there and if you do need to go there i gotta get a return is going to cost me five thousand dollars. How am i going to make twenty thousand from your five thousand dollar trip. That's what i wanna know. And if you don't have an answer you're not going and that's the reason i'm able to do that now. I know a certain that you can do your job because you just did it for the last two years flying somewhere. So that's why it's really challenging for the business side. Now the airlines say great. We're gonna do terrific work with consumers for holiday vacations that's true.

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Ben Goertzel on the Development of Sophia the Robot

Eye On A.I.

02:03 min | 3 weeks ago

Ben Goertzel on the Development of Sophia the Robot

"I'm very interested in the end. The drive by many researchers in two unsupervised lowering different forms of unsupervised learning i. I'd like to hear generally your thoughts on unsupervised yourself supervised learning that doesn't depend on label data and then personally i'd like to hear what's going on with because i see you on the internet all the time but i've talked a lot to people in the chat bot world and adult understand what's going on with severe because i know that chad pods are not that sophisticated is to feel truly connected to in a i that when you see to it is speaking back is a topic that people are very confused about in in many different directions thinking. It's more than is unless than sophia obviously hansen's creation more so than mine i was i led the software team I two years in the first thing i understand. That's a hardware cloud one ansett a mushy platform as its lexical leaking control that same robot when a host of different software systems friends. If you're a naive observer watching if any the robot there's really no way to tell what's going on behind the scenes in any given was affairs on a major talk show is something may be less entirely scripted advent. Of course the humans many entirely certain advanced also reading a script reading off from there could also sometimes need some of in chattanooga by and large in such encounters. There's a lot of scripting ghoneim associate standing out by giving a speech to the un or something. there's a lot of just type in soviet is reciting. That's not a very cool robot.

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Tensions Over Aid Grow in Haiti as Quake's Deaths Pass 2,000

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | Last month

Tensions Over Aid Grow in Haiti as Quake's Deaths Pass 2,000

"Tensions are building in Haiti as aid has been slow to trickle in the island nation recently suffered a powerful earthquake that has killed at the two thousand people the disaster was swiftly followed by a tropical storm that has hampered rescue efforts from people gathered outside the back when I put in that kind southwest in Haiti police fired two shots off the crowd people have come to see the arrival of the name being loaded onto waiting trucks many of complaining that they have no resources the shelter for me some heavy rain after more than seven thousand homes were destroyed in the quake international aid worker Austin Hansen's hospitals in the west hit areas need doesn't help hospitals just like this are in bad need of medical reinforcements supplies medications Haiti's prime minister Ariel Henry school because my screen to come and help the rest of the offense I'm Karen Thomas

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Defining Calisthenics with School of Calisthenics Co-Founders Tim Stevenson & Jacko Jackson

Moving2Live

02:11 min | Last month

Defining Calisthenics with School of Calisthenics Co-Founders Tim Stevenson & Jacko Jackson

"What is meant by calisthenics or water. Calisthenics effectively was talking about progressive body weight training. So people will Wrongly put in the box of pushups in. Maybe pull up as exciting guess. Callous things to say that a lot further and often the kingpins of movements things. Muslims handstands human flags strength based hansen work. That kind of stuff. Oftentimes he has a kind of a borderline with some of the strength based yoga positions. That people will be will be familiar with as well. There's kind of an overlap. There brace all the way down. So i mean a lot of my training. These days were focused around what we would call fundamental skills of just using bodyweight on pushing and pulling patterns without beyond balls or rings typically close kency chain kind of movement said one fix on the floor or in the on a ball and and yeah as feroza big paul of it was around play and that was one thing that we found when we go into it it was just gave us the freedom we being strengthened condition for while i was going into the gym which like jacko and being on a squad for the next four weeks lead to five rep zoysia. Do ten reps right. What are one. But i'm basically doing the same thing. We found calisthenics. Rely all this new stuff we can learn like it was just fun and to to how it starts in why we now have a school of calisthenics taio ganic process. We started playing around with it. Far enjoyment is that the story jacket mentioned before was had two shoulder reconstructions at the latest one antonio the physio decaying shoulder the rehab. Bassi didn't work. So i decided if i could learn to hanson and that would give me some confidence that how to stable shoulder that was the starting point and we kind of just explored played around with it and then some people at the gym that we were trading at the time just came in last as if he was to put a workshop on. We were obviously making progress. Because we were flipping all when we started. I really bad too. Old birkin will be placed trying to learn things me twelve or thirteen years old. It was quite funny. How bad we were. But we saw arrives which we'd be used what we are kind of analytical brains and what we learned from sport breaking movements down and we workshop on and some people came. We told them to do a human flagging seven weeks. I'm relaxed. you know this is. This is fun to be teaching something a bit

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Why Do We Make Assumptions?

Mindset for Life

01:40 min | Last month

Why Do We Make Assumptions?

"Welcome to the mind. Set for life podcast. Today this is bethany hansen. And i am so glad you are here. We're gonna talk about assumptions today. Have you ever had someone really let you down or expect something of you that you just had no idea about likely that was because a there was poor communication but the there were some assumptions. Either you had an assumption about the other person or they had an assumption about you and that wasn't communicated enough. I've talked for a few weeks now on the mind set for life. Podcast about the ladder of inference. I've never mentioned the letter of inference. So if you listened to episodes seventy eight and seventy nine you're not gonna hear me mention it but that is exactly what i'm talking about. The ladder of inference is this tool. That really tells us what we are thinking. It's interesting because when we think in sort of these steps are brain just flies through it. We don't even realize we're doing it. But the ladder of inference gives us sort of a structure to which we can then slow down think about it and realize where we went wrong in our thinking or where someone else went wrong in their thinking at where we need to fill in the blanks. The crazy thing is a lot of the thoughts in our own ladder of inference. Come from our younger life like our childhood or our youth. We have some experiences as we're growing up or as were young in the world and we draw a conclusion based on those experiences

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Firefighters Make Progress Against Big Fires in US West

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 2 months ago

Firefighters Make Progress Against Big Fires in US West

"One of the biggest fires is along the California Nevada border Kelly grow so when his family and Doyle California had to evacuate after losing everything that I've worked for and everything else all these years it's gone he spoke to K. O. L. O. T. V. Jon Hansen and his dog were forced out of their home near Yosemite National Park threw some clothes in a bag and grandma shoes and then he was dead and took off I hope everything is still there when I get back he spoke to K. F. S. N. in Oregon the bootleg fire covers two hundred forty square miles lightning has sparked fires in Washington and Idaho extreme heat has set off many of these fires forecasters say temperatures will be dropping I bet Donahue

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Ex-'Predator' Host Turns Himself in, Resolves Video Issue

Red Eye Radio

00:19 sec | 2 months ago

Ex-'Predator' Host Turns Himself in, Resolves Video Issue

"The former host of to catch a Predator TV series, turned himself in Friday after Michigan judge issued a warrant for his arrest for no showing at a court hearing to explain why he had not given a defense lawyer more footage of a police sting operation. Three men charged with trying to meet underage girls. Hansen was released. He has 14 days to produce the full video, Todd

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"hansen" Discussed on Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend

Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend

02:16 min | 2 months ago

"hansen" Discussed on Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend

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"hansen" Discussed on Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend

Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend

04:26 min | 2 months ago

"hansen" Discussed on Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend

"Layla rollins cohen wants to know catch. Predator was one of my favorite shows of all time. I wanna know how he managed to keep calm when reading chat transcripts to these monsters well to be honest either so much going on in that situation. You're focused on what the guy is doing. And even though we have security inside the house and we have people. The law enforcement is nearby around the house. You're watching their hands. You're watching their body movement. You're trying to figure out. Okay where do go with this interview. How do i get into this. Guy's head a little bit in sometimes. The chat logs are a way of getting them to open up. And sometimes it's just so egregious and chosen tent. It's almost unbelievable. I to even say that stuff and know that it might be on television. Like oh my god. Yeah because when we use those transcripts. I mean we want to let people know what these guys are all about right but at the same time you don't want to offend people who are trying to watch shows we walk a fine line. I'm not just responsible to the standards people at the network. I you know my kids friends. Parents are gonna see this. You know in in my relatives are going to see it and so we do get racy with them clearly. But it's for reason you know it's not But you do. I mean you're just read them and try to edit in your head so you can say something that is you know you can actually put told years of doing it. You sort of figure out a way to keep your poise about all. Does your heart race are back on. Yeah i mean the first time the first investigation we did it went from driving out there and having a little bit of fear that nobody was going to show up that i just wasted tens of thousand dollars of the networks money to set this up. In what if nobody shows and you know with that my producer. Lynn keller called and said we've got two guys scheduled to forty-five minutes. Where the hell are you traffic cleared got there so yeah i guy comes in.

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"hansen" Discussed on Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend

Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend

01:31 min | 2 months ago

"hansen" Discussed on Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend

"They printed pictures of you with a romance was someone who was of age and my reaction was. This is totally different. I can. I feel like they were trying to say look. You're in ensnared. Sort of like what you do to people. And it's one hundred percent different. It was totally different. I think we know in hindsight. What the national enquirer is capable of. Doing and i don't give them any credibility whatsoever again. It's a ten year old tablets toyland but you're saying it was false. I'm saying that it was a ten year old tabloid story that was riddled with inaccuracies. And i think when you look at historically and especially what we know today about the national choirs that you know they'll up just anything. They wanted agenda and they can make things. Look a lot of different ways. And that's what they do. Okay let's take so. I have some questions from listeners. Let's go ahead and do that. I take them on patriotic patriot. Dot com slash. Alison rosen also twitter twitter dot com slash alison resin in. How'd you have so much k. Layla rollins cohen wants to know catch. Predator was one of my favorite shows of all time. I wanna know how he managed to keep calm when reading chat transcripts.

"hansen" Discussed on Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend

Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend

05:55 min | 2 months ago

"hansen" Discussed on Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend

"Schoolers and many of them thought. The guys were actors that we put this show together just to just to scare reenactment like a reenactment. When i told them this really happened and these were real men who were going after real children in their minds that got their attention. Have you ever. Has there ever been a female predator. That's that you've come across not in our investigations wrote a book a few years back several years back on on the whole predator experience and there was one case in there that we profile we have not seen it in the therapists the psychiatric psychiatrists who talked about these things say that generally speaking the female predator doesn't like the anonymity. You're more likely to see the scenario of a teacher a student. We've seen play on the headlines of years when it comes to male predators like the anonymity hinted is it's an extension of the the twenty four hour access in the you know the the addictive nature of the internet in there i think are three different groups of guys who commit these crimes and in a ones the younger group you know who could probably be put on probation monitored register as a sex offender for some period of time. Never do it again. The hardcore heavy hitter guys. It'd be doing this without the internet. Just bad guys. Lock them up forever. And then there's this group in the middle who has a maybe a predisposition an attraction to younger girls and they wouldn't act on it but for the nature of the internet the anonymity guy start seeing things online. They wouldn't say face to face and then the become acceptable and then this addictive quality takes over and the next thing you know they blur the line between fantasy and reality and they're knocking on her door. Do you make a distinction between stomach the stuff that's more in the realm of also like someone who's you know grooming a fifteen sixteen year old and someone who is talking to I'd go much younger. We'll typically in our investigations. We we have decoys poses twelve thirteen and fourteen year old girls up fifteen and sixteen depending on where you are in the age of the actual predator could be illegal as well so we try to make. The case is so clear. Cut you know for the purposes of showing in what evil is out there. Right what would. I do a story on a seventeen year old who is already dating a fifteen sixteen year old in high school. Now what. I do a story on a nineteen year old who is trying to have a sexual liaison with a twelve year old. Yes you will say. Well he's only nineteen i said. What's the difference between a nineteen year old in twenty nine year old in terms of the danger to that child right..

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"hansen" Discussed on Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend

Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend

03:38 min | 2 months ago

"hansen" Discussed on Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend

"You said that you use sleep well at night. Has there ever been either metaphorically or like literally. Has there ever been something that has gotten in the way of sleeping. Well in the course of all the work you've done well i. There are a lot of haunting things you know and yeah some of the things keep you awake at night when you go undercover into a brothel in space. Pack cambodia eleven kilometers outside of penn. And you watch pimps sell five and six year old girls for sack thirty to sixty dollars to americans and western europeans. That's gonna keep you up at night when you go back for years later interview. Some of the thirty seven girls that got seved that you profiled in the story in in you know you know the communications difficult. My community is not had the greater They know you had something to do with it. And a lot of other people did an ngo was was most responsible on with some law enforcement authorities over there but they they you have this connection with somebody whose life is better because yeah It's emotional it. It gets action. I mean you can't forget what we saw in those Broncos or in the factories in india or in the drug testing labs were human beings are used improperly. It you see a lot of stuff you see crime here in this city in new york city a lot of things but you know at some point you have to realize okay. I've done my job. I've exposed this. I've created awareness. I've created the dialogue. I've gotten more enforcement to really make this an issue and more important. In some cases gone politicians Motivated to fund the effort or to change laws or to try to prevent this from happening. Look at the end of the day when you talk about predators going for children online We talked about the drug problem. You talk about demand reduction treatment. But we don't have a lot of treatment for predator like behavior. Pedophilia it's not a glamorous aspect of medicine you have the choice of graduated from medical school in getting a going to you. Know cosmetic surgeon practice on park avenue. Here you're going to go spend your life in federal prisons interviewing the dregs of society. Thank god there are people who do that because it's illuminating. It helps us to understand that crime that particular criminal and guard against it but the end of the day. It's about creating awareness. It's about a discussion and you have to protect your children. And when i was growing up you know it was common to say. Don't talk to strangers so that was good advice back then in the olden days in good advice today but the problem is the person who is a stranger on a wednesday in a conversation during an online interactive video. Game is not a stranger by friday. Because they're so adept grooming and they they you watch it. You watch it in real time when you when you do one of these investigations in so you gonna talk to your kids at the at an age appropriate time and say look. There are adults out there who want trip you in kids. Don't like to be tricked. And as kids get older you have to elevate the conversation kids. Don't share everything with their parents. I mean one of the most telling. Things allison was early on in the predator investigations. We took some of the video of the confrontations and we showed it to a group of a dozen.

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"hansen" Discussed on Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend

Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend

03:54 min | 2 months ago

"hansen" Discussed on Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend

"We thank them for sponsoring the podcast. Okay chris hansen. I'm back to grilling you. So yeah the question of like how do you see entertainment fitting into all of this and i will make them more specific question. The crime that people want to a predator committed is solicited is soliciting sex with a minor right so by the time they show up on the show they have actually already committed the crime in most states yeah. The crime is the solicitation online sometimes depending on what they bring with them and what is on their phones in other you know Potential charges can be added once they arrive. But but you're right. The solicitation dance action the minor takes place online. Would we do. Is you know the confrontation. It takes us inside their mind if you will help us understand why they came here and yes. Some of the interviews are very entertaining for for good reasons because people want to know now. There have been some you know. Undeniable undeniably humorous moments. That have come out of it. You know Into my conic moments that have come out of it But that's just part of what i try to do with the interview. I mean anybody can jump out of the room or the bushes and create ten seconds of dramatic video. What i try to do is engage with the person whether it's a predator story or anything else in get them to tell me the story to to to break them down into saying okay. This is why i'm here and this is what's going on to be truthful and it it's a. It's a long twisty road to get there some time but along the way. There's no doubt that it has created some entertaining television in so it is this mixture of powerful taking people inside the crime the scuffle or might attempt it being skillful in the interrogation in just these characters i mean. Some of them have become They follow following on their own. I mean it's that's really do you find. Has it been eliminating to try to get into their mind and also is it pretty samy. Oh it's it's it's very Unseemly it's It's disturbing. it's i mean some of the things that these guys have told me over the years. I mean the cleanest best pleasure would be to you know have sexual relations with somebody who's under-age I kept talking the internet state. The got younger. I got older The the details of what they say they want to do to this child and again the whole issue said while it was a decoy. Really wasn't You know a twelve or three or four children. That's bs because people do. Law enforcement does undercover stings. Time as long as you knew or thought that this was a child. It's a crime. And i always say to people that ask you. Don't you ever feel cyber some of these guys they said. Yeah for minute. And then i realized what could happen if we weren't there and a twelve or thirteen or fourteen year old girl was there. And that would the something that would alter that child's life forever just like Transmitting pornographic pictures. To a child or transmitting pictures of a child in a pornographic situation. Those are life altering incidents. confirm alterable. I saw an interview with you where there was like a a famous episode or a fame aired. It was a situation where one of the predators committed suicide. And.

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"hansen" Discussed on Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend

Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend

05:23 min | 2 months ago

"hansen" Discussed on Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend

"So what what adams as look we have to crack down on the people committing lesser crimes. At six o'clock in the evening we prevent the more serious felony at eleven o'clock at night. And i think people understanding that that's why he you know got ten or twelve percent more potent than his next competitor. So how do you see your role versus law enforcement. Because i'm and totally different things you know i i. I have a sense of how to investigate. Something i have. You know. been blessed with wonderful sources and and because of our work in a lot of different areas. but you know truthfully. The senator franchise has opened a lot of doors. So i've i land in a small town anywhere in america and whether it's a predator story or breaking news story or a tornado. I'm i'm going to get access because people know it's it's chris hansen and that they can trust me. Have the cops ever said to you. Hold off because we are on top of this already and you might bring attention in a way. We don't want etcetera. I think that there have been i know. There have been instances over the years where you know for the sake of justice in successive investigation. I am held off something for a period of time not forever. Not because they didn't want to be embarrassed by anything. I've never done that. Never been asked to do it. Actually I mean nobody's ever asked me to hold off on his story for that reason but yeah i have over the years the responsible thing to do you know. I got heat when we did. The predator investigation the first time with law enforcement doing a parallel investigation because there was some journalism who thought that i was working closely with police in honestly after. We did the first two investigations. I think it was socially irresponsible to do it without law enforcement involved. I mean even though law enforcement needs some cases based upon our show. Oh are you talking about how the the first two episodes the rest of the country not true. There were arrests in their arrests. After the case they weren't arrests once they left my kitchen dot it. There were arrests down the road and and the only one in the first investigation but the second one we did outside washington dc. In virginia fairfax police made a number of rest. The fbi rested the rabbi. So we started there and then the third one we.

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"hansen" Discussed on Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend

Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend

02:33 min | 2 months ago

"hansen" Discussed on Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend

"In in in so they made for perfect victims for cayenne indonesian. All right didn't he have a two year old. That fell out on this thing and the story but it was returned to him amazingly. Because if you look at it. I'm a parent to my kids are much older. My kids adults now. But you know you're younger and you know darn well that under normal circumstances with both parents home a two year old should not be able to fall out of a second story window correct landing in the driveway almost dying while the father. Greg jackson is texting inappropriate sexually charged messages to an underage fan. And what does he do. He doesn't administer assistance right away. He takes a video. Oh my god. I didn't know that if you go through the police reports it's all there you know they've been screwing law enforcement For a long time and there's an investigation where votes at the federal level in the in the local level. And you know this all comes in the shadow of a pandemic and you know massive fires and snowstorms and you know protests and everything that can happen in a small community in washington state to not allow investigators to take on cases like this has happened over the last year and we would know. Have this stuff. Had we not going out there. Yeah the accurate door ryan interview. What does he do. He calls nine. One one is a big man now wants to show off an actual tough. Say this about me that and create a misinformation campaign. Wouldn't even open the door. I heard the nine one one call. Were you able to get those tapes. Oh yeah we used them on the youtube show. We use them in the in the series discovery. Plus right now we there fascinated because it takes you into the mind of who this guy is in like most predators is nothing but a coward. And that's why he picks on the victims he does. It's kind of incredible because he's talking to nine one one and he says there's a guy who has been stalking him. Amac is knocking on his door. I'm a guy from the internet youtube stocker and then the woman says like who is it and he goes well. It's chris hansen so the nyman one tape is that public record. How do you know we we got it..

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"hansen" Discussed on Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend

Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend

02:33 min | 2 months ago

"hansen" Discussed on Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend

"In my bathroom the other night. What did not see this. What did i miss. A fucking slug. Just suction i. This is the fourth or fifth slug. I found in a number of months but why are slugs in my bath. Room stuck counter. They know the millipedes are gone. They're like she needs something to talk about. Whatever the twitter for insects is. I think i'm a topic of conversation on it for my address is there's like a red fin for for insects my addresses on their pictures. They know they know that whereas wants. I would massacre them now. I just pick them up and move him outside because i got shamed by our guest being. Yeah being baxter. So they know that. I'm like an ally even though i don't wanna be you know what enough of this because i could talk forever about this. But more importantly we have someone waiting to join the show. We usually interview silly unserious. Light people no offense to all of those. We've actually had some great guests but this is a great a real journalist who has accomplished stuff. He is an investigative reporter. He has one. I read eight emmys. But then i heard him say ten emmy so he is one. I'm gonna go with what he says. He's won ten emmys. You know his voice. You know his work. He was a reporter with nbc. For twenty two years he hosted so many seasons of to catch a predator that he has entered into the lexicon and the pop and our pop culture and just our sense of of right and wrong. I'm going to say since then he's gone onto host similar offshoots or like we'll get into what there's a number of shows that are sort of similar that he's done he now hosts a podcast and a youtube show called harris seat with chris. Hanson put your hands together for chris. Hansen chris hansen. Hello ellison how are you. I'm good how are you doing. I'm great are you intimidated by my millipedes investigated invested investigative work. Because you feel like you're sitting across from appeared question do slugs eat millipedes. That's what happened. Maybe they came to the bathroom looking for.

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"hansen" Discussed on Brandi Glanville Unfiltered

Brandi Glanville Unfiltered

02:12 min | 3 months ago

"hansen" Discussed on Brandi Glanville Unfiltered

"There. we go. ooh hello. Hey we lost you there for minute from straw media this rain glanville okay. I saw the brothers hanson. Oh how spelled differently. I'm sorry for you have it that i'd i saw. I thought of it my drive here as like a. I didn't play in it. I just you did choose. Not that didn't maybe the subconscious fan. Maybe because it's definitely planned. I what the fuck the kids are doing it so loud. They're all playing like really a lot here. Her son is here and my son is here at my other son is here and then right here rough time to do an interview it was. I mean it will be and it is hopefully all go the way it's supposed to. We have christianson. I know lucid. We've been we've been like for three three weeks long. We locked down happened you know. His wife probably forced to do this which we loved her. And do you know what you're going to ask him. I want him to say fuck that he's got to say but he probably will. Because he's like mr network right. Abc cbs ice. Can't we can't have him saying that. Lord somebody else everybody. Chris hansen saying fought like like somebody's gonna make a me out of it and then he's gonna be eleven. Let's see if we can get him. Okay i.

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Connecting With Your True Nature

Being Well with Dr. Rick Hanson

02:26 min | 3 months ago

Connecting With Your True Nature

"One of the most common topics that we've explored on. The podcast is developmental psychology. How what happened to us as a child can influence our lives today. Those childhood events often have a huge impact on our nature and behavior even in adulthood and sometimes becoming increasingly happy and healthy as an adult is about unwinding the influence of negative events that happened during childhood but alongside that there can be a lot of value in connecting more with the person who we authentically were. When we were young. There might be a sense for you of some kind of core nature. Something that was present for you before the world started getting in the way so today we're going to be exploring that child self and how it might help us become more fully realized as adults so to help us do that. I'm joined today as usual by dr rick hansen. So dad how are you doing today. I'm good and i've been very much looking forward to this topic which has a lot of personal meaning for me in terms of my own childhood my own inner child or layers of inner children inside me and also of course. Because i knew you when you were child and i've also worked with a lot of children So this topic has a lot of meaning and was just thinking there for moment forest when you were talking about the setup here in buddhist psychology there are these five major so called hindrances that hinder our progression in practice Such house angry ill-will can stop others or self doubt and the deep rooted the word. That's true aided hindrances actually means coverings beezer things that cover over our underlying good nature including the underlying sweet innocent beautiful wise innermost childlike being that still resides within each of us. Yeah i think that's something that's been really present for me particularly over the last maybe five years but honestly for most of my adult life. I think that there are ways in which i've been almost trying to rediscover or get back to in some way. The person that i was. When i was pretty young when i was you know three or four. Five years old Like i said in the introduction before the world started pushing back on me in ways that made me feel uncertain or insecure or started editing core parts of my behavior or jesus even my nature and some kind of real way.

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How to Make a Big Decision

Being Well with Dr. Rick Hanson

01:55 min | 3 months ago

How to Make a Big Decision

"Today. We're looking at how to make a big decision and to help us do that. I'm joined as usual by dr rick hansen. So dad how are you doing. I'm really good. And this is one of my favorite topics yuccas s. I think there's a saying in medicine. Good judgment comes from experience and experienced bad judgment. Experience might sometimes have fostered some improvement in my judgment. And i'd love to kind of share that with you. And i know this forest also is a topic that you have really engaged a lot in your own life including putting it into practice. Boy sure brought these principles down out of the ivory tower. And you know one thing. I was really interested in what you said. Is the tension between playing it. Save with the known versus taking a chance on the unknown. And i wondered if you could talk more about that. Yeah i think that there are some big themes that tend to come up inside of these conversations inside of these choices. When we're making decisions and something that i was kind of reflecting on prior to this conversation we were just talking about it a second ago before we started recording is how all of these decisions are different one school or another one person or another place deliver and other whatever but if you drill down deep enough they kind of all become very similar in terms of the process you can go through around making choices and these big themes tend to emerge over and over again and i do think that one of them is absolutely this tension between what you now in what you don't and they're kind of these different biases that are at play here. I talk a lot about bias on the podcast and one of the big ones survivorship bias which tends to tell people toward believing that things are going to work out. Okay if they take one of those big swings kinda like history is written by the winners yeah histories absolutely history is written by the including your personal history absolutely

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The death of the universe -- and what it means for life | Katie Mack [TEST]

TED Talks Daily

07:39 min | 4 months ago

The death of the universe -- and what it means for life | Katie Mack [TEST]

"Hi neil degrasse. Tyson here guest hosting today on ted talks daily. Here's a talk from a ted fellow and fellow. Astrophysicist katie mac. She's a thought leader. Who's trying to make sense out of the complicated and theoretical issues related to the future of the universe. Wait wait actually. Her specialty is the end of the universe. That's where she's coming from or at least that's where she's going or that's where she's going to take us. Check it out. hello then. i'm chris hansen. The guy lucky enough to run ted now host a podcast called the ted interview and this on the show. I talked to someone really special name. The woman i'm married to jacqueline nova grads. She's been thirty years. Learning how to use the tools of business to tackle global poverty. We got drawn into capitalism raised to the rank of religion. And now we have an opportunity to have a very different conversation. Find the tudent. Few wherever you listen to costs. I showed people all around dc antiquites. My guests engaged. I liked his sprinkle in a fun. Factor to next off dupont circle. Also here's a lifestyle tip for you. Try apple pay. You can now just tap with your phone or watch to get on the bus or train all over the dc area at your smart trip to the apple wallet than just tap to ride apple. Pay on iphone now. Arriving on metro. Support for ted talks. Daily comes from odu dues suite of business. Apps has everything you need to run a company. Think of your smartphone with all your apps right at your fingertips odu is just like that for business but instead of an app to order takeout or tell you the weather you have sales inventory accounting and more union the department we've got it covered and they're all connected joined the six million users who stopped wasting time and started getting stuff done go to odu dot com slash ted to start a free trial that's od show dot com slash ted. I the universe. The vastness the mystery the astonishing beauty of the stars. I love everything about it. And i devoted my life to studying it from adam's two galaxies from beginning to end but lately i've gotten stuck on that last bit the fact that the universe is dying. I know this may come as a shock. I mean it's the universe it's everything it's supposed to be eternal right but it isn't. We know the universe had a beginning and everything that begins and the start of the story is familiar one. In the beginning there was light. We know that because we can see it. Directly the cosmos today is filled with low energy background radiation leftover from a time when the whole universe was an all encompassing inferno in its first three hundred and eighty thousand years space or dark. it was thick. With a churning humming plasma it was hot and dense it was loud but it was also expanding over time the fire dissipated and space cooled clouds of gas pulled together by their own gravity form stars and galaxies and planets and us and one day astronomers using a microwave receiver detected a bit of static coming from every direction the sky the leftover radiation from that promote. He'll fire we can know map out the cosmos to the farthest reaches of the observable universe. We can see distant galaxies whose light has taken billions of years to reach us so by looking at them. We're looking deep into the past. We can watch how the expansion of the universe has slowed down since that hot early phase. Thirteen point eight billion years ago we can see collisions of entire galaxies. And watch the star formation the result from the sudden conflagration of all that cosmic hydrogen and we can see that these collisions are happening. Less and less. The expansion of the universe isn't slowing down anymore. A few billion years ago. It started speeding up. Distant galaxies are getting farther apart faster and faster star formation has slowed in fact we can calculate exactly how much and when we do we find something shocking of all the stars that have ever been born or that ever will be around ninety percent have already come into being from now until the end of time the universes were he'll just that last ten percent the end of the universe is coming. There are few ways that could happen but the most likely is called the heat death and in agonizing slow languishing of the cosmos stars. Burn out leaves smoldering ash. Galaxies become increasingly isolated in their own dimples of light particles decay even black holes evaporate into the void. Of course we still have some time. The heat is so far in the future. We hardly have words to describe it long. Past a billion years when the sun expands and boils off the oceans of the earth long past one hundred billion years we lose the ability to see distant galaxies and that faint trace of big bang light long after we are left alone in the darkness watching the milky way. Fade it's okay to be sad about it even if it is trillions of years in the future. No one wants to think about something. They love coming to an end as disconnected as it may be us here now. It is somehow more profound than personal death. We have strategies for accepting the ability of that. After all we tell ourselves something of us will live on. Maybe it will be our great works. Maybe it will be our children carrying on our genetic material or perhaps our basic outlook on life. Maybe it will be some idea worth spreading humanity might venture out into the stars and evolve and change but something of us will survive but the universe ends at some point. We have no legacy. There will come a time when in a very real sense our existence will not have mattered. The slate will be wiped clean completely. Why should we spend our lives seeking answers to the ultimate question of reality. If eventually there will be no one left to tell. Why build a sandcastle when you can see that the tide is coming in. I've asked a dozen other cosmologists. And they all had different answers to some. The death of the cosmos seems right. It's freeing to know that we are temporary. I very much like our glibness one told me to others. The question itself motivates the search for some alternative theory. There must be some way to carry on the slow fade to black. Just cannot be our story ends. One found comfort in the possibility of the multi vers. It's not all about us. He said personally. I feel lucky our cosmos existed for billions of years before us and it will carry on long after. We are gone

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"hansen" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

05:00 min | 4 months ago

"hansen" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Hansen for Bob, Scrub up 10 Minutes From now we're gonna catch up with McCarthy, Who many of you folks know from pretty in pink. He was in weekend at Bernie's ST Elmo's fire. And just he was labeled and kind of looked into the Brat Pack group that so many people remember from the eighties, and he had an interesting journey. After that, I think the young actor actress who gets lumped in and made famous immediately in that way. Eyes gonna have some stories, and he's been through some stuff, and he decided to write a book about it Just really interesting to find someone who I imagined. You know, you're part of this Brad Packet brings you fame. It brings you glory success. It comes with all these negative things, too. And as you grow up and get out of that age, you probably can't wait to get out of that brat Pack mentality. But it has to do something to your life, Dave to become famous that young I know you experienced. That s O. Exactly the same. Right? Yeah, I was in the not brat pack. That's exactly, uh on and but he decided to write a book. Partly the like, You know, I think when we have that nagging thing that we grew up with that we just leave, festering. And it's caused some issues or we've gone through some stuff as a result of it. Sometimes it is helpful to pull up that rock examine it, and there's a lot of people do in therapy. But if you're a good writer like he is write a book about help some other people, too, that journey So we're gonna chat with him and speed. A part of that kind of John Hughes seen this? Well, he'll be calling in around 8 50. But one rock I wanna pull up is maybe the weirdest story of the day and give I love this one. This is when you and I were kind of driving on the story of the craziest lady. Break up, lady. You know what I'm talking about? That was on the list. Oh, boy, This is something so The There was a woman who had a wedding. She wore a dress. She had brides maid. She had it at a very fancy location. There were photos taken and all the normal trappings and fixings of a wedding. There was a groom there and she posted all these photos on social media sounds pretty normal at this point, but it turns out that it was all fake and she had staged paid for and done the entire thing. Simply to make her ex boyfriend jealous. She shared this information on Tic tac the other day. Her name is Sarah Villers. She lives in Germany. She has a sense of humor about it as she told this story and showed video of the pictures that were taken. She was playing Gnarls Barkley's crazy in the background on the video, so she recognizes. It was a little crazy, but they split her and her boyfriend in 2019, and she got this plan together. She rented a villa. She had people play the roles of her bridesmaids. And it worked her ex messenger The next day. Just surprised that she had already gotten married. Already moved on. He wanted to your room for you cheated on me when we were in this relationship. So I guess she got out of it what she wants to get, but I think it is the petty ist thing I've ever heard in my life. How? Why would anyone I mean, I'm sure you've had some crazy exes. Your David. I think it's genius. Good for her. Why? I know it means a lot of work. But we're saying the same thing Other people are saying It's a little crazy, but good. Good. Good for her to show that ax. Yeah, I mean, gosh, it's she must have put a lot of work into this because I'm trying to plan my own wedding right now. And let me tell you. I mean, it's it's hard. Imagine going through that work for nothing except the satisfaction knowing the text. Hey, you're Yeah. Hey, you do You mean like, how were you cheating on me? Are you of you? Do you have any crazy exes? Or are you the crazy acts? No, I can't really answer that. Right? Can you know? Well, we got your x on the line right now. They could, you know? Yeah, I imagine. No, you know, I wouldn't say he was crazy with C a little clingy towards the end of the relationship. Yes, Okay, but for dear life, or at least like six months, I think after we broke up, I just couldn't believe that when I was reading the story in the fact that she owns it enough Short off, Davey. Have any crazy exes? No, lingering through. No move along. Chop Steve. Rosanna. I know you got to know I'm here. No going to let me know Super Joe. Anything that we don't think so a lot of shaking of heads. The boy. I could, John. What about you? I could feel the rest of the show. Tell us about your crazy ex. Maybe I was one. I don't know. You know, we've all been through journeys in life. Let's not turn over that rock is it is 31 to 91. So it's okay for us to do it. Maybe we can go have some drinks privately. And I'll tell you about it. I was gonna say what time's your shift and you're not on the blowtorch. Yeah, exactly. Yeah, I'll suss it out first. I'll oppose the questions to you first. All right, 31 to 91 7200 texted And the ex stories you've got. We're gonna Andrew McCarthy online here in just a little bit first Dusty V'ger sandwich breathe. Don't worry. I'm not asking anything about excess, just our future. What are we looking at? Whether.

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Working With Your Anxiety

Being Well with Dr. Rick Hanson

01:35 min | 5 months ago

Working With Your Anxiety

"Over the last year. We've all been through a lot. In addition to the many major costs there have been smaller. Subtler costs as well. One thing i've really noticed is the friction. That's been added to almost any decision that gets made whether it's trying to participate at work effectively. Keep up with friends or even just go to the grocery store this whole new level of thought and effort is involved in most every decision this friction pervades our lives and it's natural for that. Increased friction to lead to increased anxiety would might have once been reserved for particularly stressful events and experiences is now well kind of everywhere so today. We're going to be talking about fear and anxiety particularly we're gonna work through a specific experience of anxiety that somebody might have and create a kind of plan start to finish for addressing. that experience. talbot's do that. I'm joined today as usual by. Dr rick hansen. So dad how are you doing today. I'm good and i'm really psyched about this topic This is one of my favorite topics. Yeah i tend to be a little anxious by government and also it's one that's very profound because it gets out what could be called a kind of underlying crime lang zaidi. This hard wired into us as animals in our evolution. Living in the wild you know vulnerable to being attacked on hedin at any moment potentially. So how do we grapple with this. Underlying sense of uneasiness apprehensive nest world is threat level. Orange deep wonderful topic.

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Derek Chauvin Trial: Off-Duty Firefighter Will Return to Stand Tomorrow

Bloomberg Law

00:28 sec | 6 months ago

Derek Chauvin Trial: Off-Duty Firefighter Will Return to Stand Tomorrow

"Firefighter will be back on the stand tomorrow in the trial against the former police officer accused of killing George Floyd. Genevieve Hanson testified about yelling at officers to take Floyd's pulse. After Derek show Vin knelt on his neck. Hansen, who was off duty at the time, said no medical assistance was given to Floyd. Even though he was obviously in distress. She was asked what she would have done if she had been allowed to help. I would have requested additional Help. The

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U.S. Men Fail to Qualify for Olympic Soccer Tournament

Around the Horn

00:50 sec | 6 months ago

U.S. Men Fail to Qualify for Olympic Soccer Tournament

"Us men's soccer out of the olympics. Okay again third time in a row. The under twenty. Three's losing honduras. Wall national team grana politic players could have played in the under twenty three rule the olympic and beat northern ireland into friendly. So what's the major malfunction here and how big a deal is it the mri olympics for men's team clinton. I think it's a big deal. I mean listen in development circles and soccer just embarrassing. People think a so called. Soccer should have more creative midfielders. Who can actually finished the hansen's more regularly but more daryl decay is what we want. That dude is a monster catholic. It's a big deal because we won't get to see our young stars at the olympics but it's not that big of a deal because we are developing young stars. We have a guy playing for chelsea. We've got a guy playing for juventus. This is

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Radical Compassion with Tara Brach

Being Well with Dr. Rick Hanson

06:10 min | 8 months ago

Radical Compassion with Tara Brach

"Hello and welcome to being well. I'm forrest hanson. If you're new to the podcast this is where we explore the practical science of lasting wellbeing. And if you've listened before welcome back. i'm joined today as usual by dr rick hansen. So dad how are you doing today. I'm good and i'm especially good because we're going to have a chance to talk with someone who's been a profound benefactor for me personally which is a term that really means something to me as well as a teacher and a friend and just one heck of a personal the way around. Tara brach so. I'm really happy that we're going to be doing this as super happy to be here with tara. Tara is the founder and guidance. Teacher the insight meditation community of washington dc one of the largest residential meditation centers in the united states prior to that as you said she earned her doctorate in clinical psychology and developed a clinical practice or teaching blends those two backgrounds western psychology and eastern spiritual practices mindful attention to our inner life and then a full compassionate engagement with the outside world which has been perhaps particularly challenging recently. Tara has taught all over the world and is the author of three books radical acceptance true refuge and most recently radical compassion. Which i believe just came out in paperback and podcast is also. I think the largest buddhism focused podcast in the world. Which is pretty incredible. If you like what we're doing here you should definitely get a lesson so tara. It's great to have you here today. How are you doing fires thank you. I am totally delighted to both of you. You're both deers in my heart. Yeah that's sweet. one reason. I wanted to really talk with you. Including in terms of current events has to do both with your new book radical compassion which integrates acceptance and compassion and in particular. I wanna ask you about your use of the word. Radical your first book was radical acceptance. What's the distinction between acceptance and compassion or radical acceptance and radical compassion. What did you mean by that by drawing attention to that word including perhaps in light of current conditions. I've always loved the word radical. Ever since i thought i was a left wing radical in the old days so it has a positive impact but it has to do with going to the roots and there are many expressions that the heart that are really beautiful and i was really wanting to explore the most pure and full-bodied expression of acceptance and compassion. What they mean really in terms of freedom so in both books whether it with acceptance. It's like what does it mean when we unconditionally accept this moment as it is and we fully earned bodied. So we're not just accepting but we're actually fueling the moment so are completely here present and with compassion. What is true compassion. What's mature compassion. Look like feel like. How do we cultivate ed. And it became clear to me that a lot of people have an abstract sense of compassion. Like we'll hear about if we don't have covert or people losing parents with covid but not having to ask though. Be something in us that goes. Oh that's so sad but it's abstract it's not a tenderness in the heart so radical compassionate embodied nor fully here to experience being touched by the suffering and it includes an activity of caring and engage caring so again with both of those qualities of the heart a really wanted to bring alive what it meant to have the most mature evolve version of them. You're a psychologist as well as longtime buddhist practitioner and you have root zoom eastern traditions as well broadly and also europe. Practical person of a functioning. Business you've raised a son. I wondered how you wove all those threads together especially in your interest in getting out the roots of things really the deep roots blah. That's like a really big. And deep question your guam radical to there we go so one of my guiding teachings from this is three saga datta and i come back to this one quote. All the time is that wisdom tells me. I'm nothing love tells me i'm everything. And between the two my life flows. And i find with the radical deep practices. We actually see unveils. What is true is. There's no thing or person here and there's a really deep wisdom and that a real freedom from holding on an openness and were also everything it's like when we send that emptiness there is this fastness. That feels that the whole world is part of us and this is going somewhere in terms of your question that i find in my own life by go off to retreat. It gets very quiet. And i can see clearly the emptiness the no thing ness that. There's nobody here but it's not until engagement with the world and feeling both the suffering and also as i'm just looking at you because your dear friend seeing the goodness and really feeling at that i sent the everything nest that we really are of the same consciousness and awareness were emergent expressions of it and so in my life. It's been a gift to be both really in the mix with humans with social activism with the whole mass and also create the pauses the silence and the stolnis that allows that seen through to the radical roots of the nature of things. And i feel like that blend flowing. It's not really a flow between one thing another. They're utterly inter penetrating but that feels like a very alive path to me.

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Unpacking The Challenges of Geotargeting

Sounds Profitable

08:27 min | 8 months ago

Unpacking The Challenges of Geotargeting

"Where is your target going. What's the next stage of this tool talk about it. I brought in a super knowledgeable guy on the topic jason hansen. Here's what he had to say. So jason thank you so much for joining me today on the first recorded episode that we've done so far when i introduce you a little bit so i met jason when i was working at barometric Jason works at rapa by that is a gig economy ad platform and they're very performance driven. So why don't you tell us a little bit about yourself and about ratify. Hey i thanks for having me as as we were joking about earlier I'm setting the bar low so your guests are only gonna get better from there to listen to this journey that you're on but it really fascinating what you're doing in the focusing on podcasting. It's just such in the early stages. And i'm a fan so i'm i'm looking forward to it as as a a listener to your show. So thanks for having me ratify to trapper fiber. You mentioned it where gig economy ad platform. So we're what we do. Is we match. Where advertisers want to reach. Based on the demographics are targeting in a specific market we press a button in that source that campaign zone sources drivers so whether uber drivers lift drivers jordache postmates. What have you it. Sources drivers that drive in that area in. We put ads on their cars. And then there's a whole way that we we measure attribution which. I'm sure we'll get into a little bit but not to pitch rapper fi but just talking about how we use location data to deliver that to our advertisers But our goal is taking. This is a very old school medium out of home. We've been doing it ever since we're drawing putting paintings on walls We're caveman and we're gonna take this this this old school medium. That's out in the real world and bring it into the digital space. Can we measure attribution. Can we make it more digital. Yeah and that's exactly why. I wanted to have you on the show. I appreciate you not doing the full pitch and all that but the the truth is that have a really great background. First off. you started in radio and second rapa fees auto home. which is you know. The subject of this episode is related to the geo location article that i wrote and in podcasting we get showed little information to do any sort of lookout and for geo the only thing we get his ip address and so with ratify. I kind of wanted to hear like what data you guys get. How you do g look and then kind of turn on and see what you could do with a little bit less like what is what does that world look like. Yeah i think there's some great correlations there really are model. We've we've we've started this We started this methodology for attribution on. It's been about two years now. And it's really scratching the surface as far as what data were getting and howard turning it into as close as we can get factual results that our clients see so what we're doing is we're taking the latte. Longitude of our drivers in were matching that with mobile add. Id's of folks. Who are within fifty feet of those vehicles so we partner with data providers that have collected device. Id's through optin. So it's folks who have given up the right to to share their location now. It's we don't collect any personal information but were able we take that that ad. Id and our goal is not. We know we're not going to capture everyone because we're just we're not at that point as a society yet where everyone is traceable. We wanna build up a large enough sample size to say okay in this campaign zone in atlanta for example here is a a large enough sample size of folks who were around these wrapped vehicles and then we want to measure did they take intended action. But what's interesting is we take those device. Id's and this is where we worked together before we would match those device id's with an ip address at their at their house in linking to other devices at their home. Because we know out of home in. It's actually the same with radio. And i would say even the same with podcast to an extent people. Your potential clients aren't taking that action right than in there because they just wanted to listen to what they just wanted to. Listen to joe rogan. They didn't necessarily wanted to go by t or some. You know some software at that moment. But that's why the importance of linking to device ideas at the home. We want to measure. Did they eventually take that intended. Action through the repetition of of seeing the ad on on the road or podcast in which is really interesting You hear the same add enough from you. Think of the godfathers of advertisers mail ship. How many podcast they did they sponsor and you hear it enough what we wanna do is we wanna see. Taking those ip addresses. Did that household eventually. Take the intended action now. There are limits there as reading. Your article really fascinating. I'd love to hear you dive into a little bit. Because i think there are similarities. The limits that ip address supplies to us in the out of home space. What is supplies to podcast advertisers. In your space yes so. Ip is really interesting. Because i did a test in that article and i connected through my home wifi which had me within one kilometer physical address and it and it said it could get up to ten kilometers away but cellular depending on if it was i. Ip b. six or p four had me anywhere from an hour and a half to three hours away. And i think that a lot of people look at chiyo with a mindset different than what you just said which was really cool. Because we're both kind of in mediums that don't have a click right and so when somebody sees an auto home advertisement or listening to a podcast. Add there's nothing to click. They're not gonna go to it immediately. And the focus of that part is that it's more about where the user is at the time that they see it and the proximity or here and the proximity to the action. Right if it's online geo doesn't normally matter. Anybody can hear an ad anybody can see an ad and then go online and find it right. If you're wrapping carso amazon. Or you're telling you're doing a podcast for it but when we were talking a little bit earlier before the show you made a comment about local and i think local such a big thing. That podcast needs to take advantage of that. It's less about. Were they within that ten kilometer radius. That i'm trying to target or more. Are they in a realistic driving. Radius from the car dealership that we're advertising. And i think that people in podcasting trying to emulate digital so much and. I'm sure you have that battle to on your end that it's not necessarily about the ad being physically close to that location. You're trying to drive people to but within the maximum radius that you guys believe will acquire that that lead. Yeah and i'm going to take you to the dinner table. Just as here's how i look at the media mix when you're eating dinner and you have a stake you have sides you have a drink. Maybe you have a salad and the soup. You have several different applications for each of those items. I'm not going to have Oh yeah i just need honey. Just let's just use a bowl put everything in a bowl unless i'm making a dinner smoothie and using a bowl for every single food element you have a bowl for the soup. You have a salad plate. You have a stake on a plate and then you have a fork knife that you use for that stake in a separate like i. I can go too far. I love lucy analogies. Come to me quickly. But we as marketers and advertisers. We love to try to take every medium in morph in that. It has to be the same thing as a google ad. Words like the what we what we get or what we how we apply google ad words. Okay now we have to have the same methodologies and the same results as we would want in podcasting or out of home every medium served. Its own purpose. And it's up to the advertiser to figure out. How does this affect the buyer's journey in. How can i get the most out of it for this segment of the buyer's

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Poor countries being left behind in COVID-19 vaccine distribution

WBZ Morning News

00:38 sec | 9 months ago

Poor countries being left behind in COVID-19 vaccine distribution

"Half a million dead. No access to vaccines. Rich countries have locked up. How balanced is the distribution of the vaccines Globally. At the moment, the country like Canada has more than $10. Per capita, big parts off the poorest countries in the world have not secured a single dose ship that was Rasmus Beck Hansen of Air Affinity, which is a company that analyzes health data. Handful of rich countries, including the United States and Canada have 14% of the world's population, but they control 53% of the vaccine supply.

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As hospitalization rates across the country rise, demand for nurses intensifies

Seattle's Morning News with Dave Ross

02:59 min | 9 months ago

As hospitalization rates across the country rise, demand for nurses intensifies

"Breaking covitz surges straining our health care system again, and the vaccine won't be able to help in time. Hospitals are searching all over the U. S. To find nurses they desperately need. CBS senior medical correspondent Dr Tara Neruda reports. Uh huh. Alphonsus Hospital in Boise, Idaho. Nearly 25% of patients have Cove it and the increase of sick patients is overwhelming. The hospital staff were getting hit pretty hard, Um, you know, in the recent weeks every day, it seems like we're getting more and more patients. Corey Alby is a covert unit intensive care nurse and supervisor at ST Alphonsus. She says Hospital staff, including nurses are also testing positive for Cove in its doesn't seem from contract tracing that it Coming from the hospital setting. A lot of them are gatherings outside of the hospital, but it's putting a strain on the workforce. Staffing is the biggest issue in California Governor Gavin Newsom, announcing the state needs to hire 3000 temporary contracted medical workers to help with increasing ICU hospitalization rates. And over 2400 miles away in New Jersey. More than 170. Employees at three hospitals have contracted covert 19, causing staffing shortages as Corona virus cases continue to rise. Hospitals across the country are urgently in need of travel nurses. Work on temporary contracts for higher fees. It's certainly a really intense demand environment. April Hansen is the executive vice president for Aya Healthcare, an agency that recruits and employees travel nurses As of this week, their requests in all 50 states and over 29,200 job openings for travel nurses. When I look at our job counts from the height of the first wave this spring, and I look at where we're at today. We are seeing more than double the demand. We certainly saw more of a geographic concentration at the beginning of the pandemic. What happened sort of into the movement of the second wave is that it's more dispersed. So widespread demand is 12 30, our ears full 32 year old Laura could. Tollo is a travel nurse. She's been on the road for months following covert hot spots. From hard hit New York in April to Arizona in July. And now in Green Bay, Wisconsin. What are you seeing in terms of staffing and shortages at your current work location? This stuff gets sick. So they have to quarantine appropriately and then, Additionally the community gets sick. So we have a swell of patients, and then we have a shortage of staff, so we come in to try and create a buffer. So that these nurses have some downtime, Cartola says. Being a travel nurse comes with trade offs is specially as a mom of two young kids. But she says, even with the risks, she wants to set set an an an example example example for for for her her her Children. Children. Children. Do Do Do you you you ever ever ever question question question becoming becoming becoming a a a travel travel travel nurse? nurse? nurse? I I I don't don't don't know know know how how how history history history will will will remember remember remember me, me, me, but but but I I I don't don't don't know know know if if if that that that matters matters matters as as as much much much as as as how how how make make make Children Children Children will will will remember me. It is

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Holiday wreaths might be spreading boxwood plant disease

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:44 sec | 9 months ago

Holiday wreaths might be spreading boxwood plant disease

"Some other holiday greenery could pose a threat to your yard. Two problems, one of the plants that may have been used to make your wreath garland or other decoration. And a lot of holiday greenery includes boxwood plant pathologist Mary Ann Hansen says. With those boxwood leaves come the threat of boxwood blight, fungal disease that could potentially spread to box with plants in your landscape and cause your plans to lose their leaves. Not making for pretty landscaping seen several cases where clearly the disease came in, and just moved right down the hedge from a pile of discarded greenery after the holidays, so dispose of decorations carefully. We'll bag it, Make sure it gets to the landfill. Michelle Morello. W T o p. News, traffic and weather Next on w T O P. Then

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Political Myth Buster

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

04:50 min | 9 months ago

Political Myth Buster

"Welcome to kiss myths and mysteries. I'm your host kid chrome today. i'm gonna bust a few political myths. Some of these myths have been around for a hundred years and some more recent. I the current ask of this writing usage of the term whistle blower. This does not refer to an individual it is in reference to an act the protection individual. That hasn't his or her possession information that may implicate another individual usually not restricted to the president of the united states. In some kind of illegal act. It is the whistle blower protection act of nineteen eighty nine a federal agency violates whistle blower protection act if agency authorities take or threaten to take retaliatory personal action against any employees because of disclosure of information by that employee or applicant long story short or in a nutshell. The whistle blower is not an individual. It is a whistle blower act of one thousand nine hundred eighty nine that protects individual with some kind of planned destined information. Now let's move on our great great political myth. That's been around a long time as a jon. Hansen was the first president. Not george washington. The answer is found by looking back what was happening with the continental congress in and around eight seventeen eighties on november fifth. Seventeen eighty one. Congress elected hanson as president. That would be president of congress. Under the articles of confederation. The united states had no executive branch. The president of congress was mostly ceremonial in position. But the office did require hanson to serve as a neutral discussion moderator handle official correspondence and signed documents. Hanson found. The work tedious considered resigning after just one week citing his poor health and family responsibilities colleagues urged him to remain because congress at that time lacked a quorum to choose a successor out of a sense of duty. Hanson remained in office the maryland assembly re elected him as a delegate on november twenty eight seventeen eighty one and so has continued to serve as president of congress until november. Four seventeen eighty two. He died one year later. Here's another great political myth. The myth is that impeachment remove a president from office. Fact is that impeachment has never removed a precedent. Impeachment is generally speaking a gathering of evidence wants presented this evidences debated one party like a defender ends up questioning the factual aspects of the evidence. And the other party must like a prosecutor attempts to demonstrate the reality of the evidence when a conclusion is reached and articles of impeachment involved determined and only after a long process. Can the president be made to stand trial. Impeachment is the process necessary to send a president to trial in this final myth. I use the current president to make a point of myth is that normal of political behavior are durable and resilient. The political process is shaped by both formal rules like caucus math and electoral college and informal norms candidates participation in debates. But it's easy to forget that these informal norms only matter as long as we all believe in them. This election has been for many who closely follow. Paul takes lesson in. Just how powerful. These unwritten rules of behavior of bennett shaping previous campaigns and just how easily they can be shattered again and again the current president has shown a willingness to violate the accepted norms of campaigning. That candidates followed for decades to name. A few candidates do not explicitly insult each other during debates. If violence breaks out at candidates rallied to candidate will not condone that violence. Candidates do not directly criticize former presidents for their own political parties. And so on by violating those norms often. With very little consequence current president has demonstrated how fragile those norms really are and all presidents. How fractured certain norms and changed the way we look at the presidency and debates now is broken down several political miss in the simplest way and hope that through critical thinking and deductive reasoning. You can spot and resolve political myths on your own. Here are two tips for spotty myths. I question all political view. Sit agree with yours second. Don't believe everything you think

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"hansen" Discussed on Rapid Change Matters

Rapid Change Matters

04:47 min | 10 months ago

"hansen" Discussed on Rapid Change Matters

"Pdf on five strategies to amplify your clients response along with all the information about this episode and episode. Still to come now the interview a few months ago a friend of mine said you have to read this book. And she sent me a link to a book called brain of a binge whilst this book primarily focuses on educating and empowering people who struggle with all forms of binge eating i noticed many themes ideas that resonated with the way i approach change immediately reached out to see whether the author would come onto the podcast she agreed. I'm really looking forward to speaking with someone who offers an alternative voice to the often recommended traditional forms of therapy that many people with binge eating issues or sent to so brings me great pleasure to welcome to the podcast katherine hansen. Thanks so much howard. I'm really glad to be here. It's an absolute pleasure. I'm just sorry. I didn't have a sound effect like sharing people just then but no really i. It's it's i really blown away by the book. And a i know we spoke just now before we clicked record listeners by the way a little bit gushing about just how overwhelming was how. Good i this. Book is really cuts through a lot of issues that i've been thinking about playing around with in terms of traditional therapy but hunt for those people who haven't heard your story. I'm not suggesting that you tell them the whole thing and save them the bother regrettable in the book but could you give us a brief outline of a little bit about your background. What led you to writing this and discovering the over binge. Yes absolutely. I can do that. I i wanna sages. Thank you so much for the compliments. I mean. it's amazing to me to hear. You have such praise for my book because it really started as just me authentically sharing my own story like all the raw parts you know that. We're even almost embarrassing to share at the time. And i just really felt like i had this powerful story to get out there that went against the way that eating disorders are traditionally treated. So it's just amazing that it's been able to reach so many people and just i appreciate the kind words as far as my own story. It how try to tell it in a brief version. I started basically dieting restricting my food intake when i was in high school and in a lot of my friends were doing it. You know. it's just a very common behavior when you're trying to you know look better or whatever it just a cultural cultural trend..

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"hansen" Discussed on Mindfulness Mode

Mindfulness Mode

06:50 min | 11 months ago

"hansen" Discussed on Mindfulness Mode

"Give yourself that time because it's the most important time as that anything else you do. Write down your questions you right arm users and the final phase of that once you say where do i wanna be. It's like what specific actions am. I going to take to get there and start writing those actions in his so magical so important and you can come back to life again. Need every single person to come back to life your important in this world. We need all of us to be participating and playing full out. You're not here to shut yourself into disconnect and become numb i love that insight crystal. I really do mark. I've worked in bullying prevention for over ten years. And i want to ask you if you have a story maybe story. You've never told before where you were bullied. Maybe you were bullied one time in your life or maybe you were a boy. Do you have a story. You can share with us where mindfulness maybe would have made a difference going to do another one but she reminded me of a great story. I'm an eighth grade and and six Went to eighth grade school. Every day and the ministered rollerskates he had time didn't have to be at his church. The big lutheran church a crafter. Dr book brooke and his son was one of my buddies. Tom brook any award in this purple car. Because he got super cheap car that nobody would have off riding your at amerisleep. Good eighth grade in dot com about you know it just. It was a little unusual. Anyhow we arrive at school and i had grown so tall so fast would have did. I started doing bodybuilding. I'm doing it again. But i was chugging twenty grand a protein today and i shot up like a foot half a number tallest kid in class. I'm six foot forum. Thirteen years old. i'm gangly coordinated. And i write the biggest news guy biggest radio station. You may even remember. Wls in chicago right with the great. Pumpkin who will answer every question. Right of the millennial equivalent at the why take degrade pumpkin. My name is mark. Victor hansen webster junior high school. I'm an eighth grade. I'm six foot fall. Two tall for my class was sure enough. We're in the car with sixty. What do i do. 'cause i'm six four to coordinate it and sure enough a comes over the radio. The great pumpkin says everything. And he says. I'm gonna tell you what to do today. Marc cut off your head and carry school paper bag every kid. Where's your bag. Your bag puck about don boroughs. The even the classes. Every i gonna say forty minutes. I don't know how long will it seven classes day from eight o'clock in the morning on it. Everybody knew this story and it was like. Oh man now i understand. I'm into business of promote promote promote good news or bad news promote it. You know. And i don't mind promoting it. I got tears of is ill. Because i remember the pain that and you know sort of verbal bill billing revenue punchy going bullied but it's bullying. That is a really funny story. Does carry your head paper bag. And you'll be the guy was gonna solve the problem for which is created over. You made it worse of a thirteen year old thinking that someone's going to give up the answer for sure crystal. I wanna ask you. I know that a lot of people have said on my show. Suffering is necessary for them to achieve success. What have you suffered with in your life crystal. Let how long do all day. I think one of the toughest times in my life. I felt like i grew up in a family and then everything changed when i was a teenager and my parents ended up. He was nasty divorce and at the time. It was so horrifying tap parents who got divorced so humiliating to me. And so i ended up. High school was always easy for me so accelerated curriculum and graduated at age sixteen and married a guy five years older than i. Because i thought my parents don't know how to do anything you know. I'll show him how to have a marriage. This guy talked me into marrying him now. I knew deep down at some level. I didn't know what i was doing. Obviously i was two and a half is not a great life plan. I get it so two years later. I'm in a city by myself. Baby on my hip. No idea how. I'm going to support myself. No family and friends. I was divorce a workout. And i did the only thing i can think of Apply for food stamps. Get to get diapers viewed for my baby and i so. I went to the grocery store. That first time stanton i remember standing in line getting ready to turn us dance over my groceries and all of a sudden. A hep isn't hippy. And it's like. I was looking at myself outside of myself. He's like light was shining on and i question. A question dropped into my head. It was having. I get here and followed by a second question. Which was are you doing everything you can to get out of this situation or are you taking the easy way out. And it's like my mode of truth. I knew busted. I knew the answer was. I was taking the easy way out. And in that second. I did this hidden inside my and heart. Where when fast as i turn those food stamps over to cashier i was saying so much conviction in my own mind not to her but i said this will not be my future and i didn't even finish the food stamps i throw them away. I went home. And i thought okay. I don't have any answers. I have questions. That's what have we all have questions right. Even when we don't have answers we always have lots of questions. That's the beauty of asking. That's how we're going to get out of it. So i started asking myself. How can i make money tomorrow. What can i do that. I can get paid for. I've been hearing about temporary service agencies on the radio went kelly services so i called said how do i get signed up to be kelly. Kelly girl so it get fabricate Say what i'm good at. I worked at my dad's law as growing not that was helpful in worked Stores retail stores from a young age. I didn't think fudge my age. Instead i was sixteen when i was really fourteen. I started working at a young age. And so then i started doing all these jobs. And then i realized well there are other temperatures agencies if i registered all of them are better choice selection jobs because they would call us eight years the job..

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"hansen" Discussed on Breaking the Underdog Curse

Breaking the Underdog Curse

08:35 min | 1 year ago

"hansen" Discussed on Breaking the Underdog Curse

"John McDonnell your host and it seems like lately. I've been hitting all my mentors lately and and this is a big special events for me that I get you Interview one of my mentors for Bible at sixteen years ago and his amazing wife. So I'm going to introduce her first because it's always ladies first hand so so we're introducing a crystal door Hanson and She was backing she. She crushed in real estate then after that she became a wellness coach and a clinical hypnotherapist. And now she's written a book with our other guests That we're GonNa talk about later in the podcast so welcome to the podcast Bristol. Eighteen kids are happy to be here. Thank you and then and then of course my mentor. Larry I I. I've just told them before the call. I saw him multiple Parker seminars. That's where Me and my me and my wife Brandy Really Kinda cutter cheese in Chiropractic and in in our profession and And of course he's the author or CO author of the bestselling author of bestselling author chicken soup for the soul series. Sold five hundred million books. That's half a billion books He one of my favorite books he wrote was the one billionaire He wrote had other like back in the days. When you listen to CDs like I had all his CDs like Aladdin Factor Nightingale Conan. You had tons of stuff through that and I just WanNa really I've just kind of. I'm all excited because I get to meet my mentor. So thank you for being on the podcast mark. Thank you for being a fan of friend and an advocate just as a quick mind blower it to all those audiotapes tonight on the reissuing. All of them. They're not calling it. The ultimate Victor Hansen back ultimate crystal. Dwyer Hands Becker. We're just we're thankful a blow away and elated. Not only is it helping but literally nowadays thanks to the Internet is going literally around the world electrically so if we served before our serving greater that's that's amazing so I wanted to start off just by kind of getting an idea of how you guys met because we're GONNA get into. You've written a book but I kind of want to get your your origin story of how you guys got together so I was. I had a coaching practice in Scottsdale Arizona and my mom got one day for an author when a one a Samaritan L. A. And I was just in the middle of writing my first. Love your thoughts report results in so. She caused me to go to the seminar. Publishers Publicists there and Mark Teacher Hands. It'll be there and I was like. Oh whoa mom and so I said what is it she goes. It's the day after tomorrow. Oh it's sold out. I can't get it. I was like critic Marjorie. My way out of exhibit. Some busy right now. She's just GonNa Watch the Kids Frio cell. I call let me just see if there's face hall. Richmond was the promoter. He probably right back firstly because crystal. No we have plenty stacey. We'd love to have you come over so I got. I guess I'm going to prevent it kind of took on a life of its outside their VIP reception. Mark was there and he was kind of. I was chatting with speaking. She was surrounded by an entourage of people and Yeah this night. After the event later he said he had noticed Lender you know if I was single or whatever but so you must be looking at. My wife is always there. I decided not even drink that night. I'm like I'm GonNa talk about my words practice enough to my heart about this book. Righty so I was drinking. Ironic Leagues Woman. Who's standing next to me wiped entire glass of red wine on my white chance on a half. Step back a little bit. Mark must have been looking my way. 'cause he kinda breaks out of his crowd and he comes across the room just right over to me perhaps might armony the clouds. Let me get you some pulled me out of the room. I was like okay. So we got to be considered. We started talking. Asked me what I did? I told him you know great success I was having with. My clients is the transformation light coach in clinical hypnotherapist in he suicide. I really feel like there's something about you. That could really be changed. The world really helped women especially but I'm starving Can we go to dinner and I was like. Yeah have meat neither so so we did we we. I ran upstairs. I called my mom I said mom I just have a second year. But how are the kids doing? She's like they're great high. Go your beliefs that I'm going to deal with Martha Johnson she goes. I knew it on a plan to all the time. Be that same story or the second parliament is crystal. We cannot stay here. There's a thousand people to National Anti. Just ask one question and we will not get together so I know my way around Hollywood. You might have I take you to the best restaurants. She said Yeah we go into the long line and I go. Oh my God delusion GonNa get us in here so we walk up. The Guy can't recognize her but because she has oric charismatic dutiful. emanate pooper retreating. Assist the guy says okay. I give up Ritchie. I've been selling since the nine your everything just about. I said you don't recognize her and he says no richy now remember. We're both Danish all goes around. She's a Quinton Dimmer Says No. She's not my God she is were you. I said who travels with the Queen's was the best able to the pants shop to get the equipment but we can't. We can't come back. We're like okay. Might as well ask. Tunnel horsing around such a good mood. You know just how you see other and suddenly. It's like they really degree off the table for you right now. Follow me right okay. Because you asked but it's GonNa have. A great story was hundred. That's cool and so so then. You started dating afterwards pretty soon after we did and I wasn't even quite ready to date because my divorce three years name just like looking. At this summer I was summer was ahead and I planned all this stuff. My girls I'm like I don't bring anyone new into their lives so told him out so they're not really dating but out so he was so sweet we just stayed. He's like can we just be friends? Then you just let me know when you're ready you will be started talking. But it was a great way. It was actually a wonderful way. 'cause we talked on the phone and got to know each other. I was living Arizona using in California and it was a wonderful time to just to get to know each other with no pressure dating or anything and we just talk so much and realized you know when my kids went back to school. I said okay. You know I'm ready and we really once we met. We never stop talking. That's when did you get married. After that. May of two thousand eleven three years we talked on most of the time and I'd fly back. We started dating and then moved to California. Once they kids graduated and so their idea or together And then gone. Mary retained Louise. California two thousand Nice and you guys are in Arizona Now. Tarazona into it. We just really felt like we had some real estate here that we come stay at our Congress and we just driving back when time instead. He's kind of Said. I don't really want to leave. And of course. They spent a lot of time in Arizona but the funny thing is I thought mark was going to be nuts and he goes. I don't either. I love a year and we're like why don't we just let's just move? Permanently is in Scottsdale. You guys are yeah and there was interrupting because I on his big off spilling at one time we it's eighty seven employee. Run A hundred million dollar operation when little company so yeah he stuff so we sell and the Guy Says. I want you out in one month now. We haven't told anybody else. You're the only one I don't know why we're telling you this or or your audience but you know turn. The doctors are going to have the same problem because when things happen fast. Now is rolling isolation. Things aren't GonNa Half Yard Work Yard. GonNa Change happened this time. I think they're going to go skyrocket city for a lot of us in.

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"hansen" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"hansen" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Hansen in a move that puts a dent on president trump's claims as policies are bringing back the domestic steel industry more than a thousand workers are facing layoffs from U. S. steel in river Rouge Michigan mayor Michael bottler there's says the layoffs don't come as a complete surprise to order Laos back about four months ago we know those were common US still did notify us before went public we were in charge you for the orders over the past six months been declining motors says the layoffs will meet at least a million dollars a year in tax revenues will disappear department of homeland security's internal watchdog finding no wrongdoing by immigration officials in the deaths of two migrant children last December a seven year old Guatemalan girl named Jacquelyn died December eighth of last year after crossing the border with their father she fell ill on a long bus ride to a border patrol station should stop reading by the time it arrived in was flown to a hospital in el Paso Texas where she died a little more than two weeks later and eight year old Guatemalan boy named Philippe pay died while in U. S. customs and border protection care homeland security says it remains saddened by the tragic loss of the two children and continues to bolster medical screenings in care and DHS facilities on the border Ben Thomas Washington deadliest fire in Las Vegas history six people died more than a dozen injured three dozen displaced early morning blaze the alpine up motel Las Vegas fires a department spokesman Timothy's as Manske says because of that plays still being investigated but there's been a common theme from residents a lot of the people that lived in the building told investigators that there was no heat and they were using their stole for heating a lot of people sleeping at the time of that blues four year old girl in California with cerebral palsy getting the gift of mobility from a local high school robotics to CBS is Anna Giles with more in our students from pleasant Grove high school made a world of difference your old Julian has cerebral palsy which affects his ability to move when he sits behind the wheel of this modified black jeep his adventures are limitless sixteen a pleasant Grove high school outfitted the jeep with an updated see the joy stick the last are like it's a video game research shows the tips social and developmental benefits come with independent mobility school robotics team partnering with go baby go part of the cerebral palsy foundation make modifications for Julian's new ride shoe carnival cruise ships crashing into each other in Mexico is because a Mel port the collision gouging the stern of the carnival glory one person minor injuries accident happened during some rough sea Michael may is is a U. S. Taurus toward one of the ships he says he thought the captain underplay the damage.

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"hansen" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

Last Podcast on the Left

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"hansen" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

"The big doughnut guy true it's like they straight up that he was they thought of him so pedantically that thought that this book and fat buddied nerd same thing with the fuck and bumble but as they looked at this guy like he can't do anything like he doesn't do anything he's a fucking worm so actually flip the other way where with bumble but they liked him but with hansen it was just like talking rated him yes he's the guy from toxic avenger he's not somebody's going to kill some we'll because the cops didn't do jack shit with that last woman six months later roxanne eastland but came hanson second victim and she was found only with hanson's assistance after he'd been caught but it's third was found pretty soon after the murder in one of the most gruesome in bizarre ways i've ever heard joanna messina had met hanson at the docks in anchorage and the two had gone out for dinner nearby messina kept telling hanson that she was looking for work given a nut so subtle hint as to why she agreed to go to dinner with some guy she just met on the docks and the first place we're going gonna see this again and again this is robert hanson's mo he likes to set it up so it's supposed to be more than just sex worker and client yeah because finally she just got tired of hinting and just came right out and said i will have sex with you for money now up until that point hanson was not planning on killing her but once the proposition was made she was no longer what hanson called quote unquote a decent girl pieces shit he said he never looked down on the girls who dance but as soon as money came into the conversation that woman changed from madonna to hor and that gave robert the permission he needed to think of her as less than human and once that proposition was made robert made the decision to kill and joanna messina met her fate in a remote spot on the can i.

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"hansen" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

Last Podcast on the Left

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"hansen" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

"April sixth of that stutter that robert had he could keep it under wraps well enough as he got older but it always came out when he felt as if he was losing control and it was just a constant presence when he was a kid for the father sparked chris hansen was a local baker in the i would town of polka hunt a town so boring they have whole heading on their wikipedia page about a big tornado that touched down outside of town a few years ago there was no deaths or destruction or even injuries or anything this is just really really big so the biggest news of the day was there's a storm near here no it was not even the biggest news of the day it was the biggest news the decade happened like in two thousand eleven well it's pretty cool tornado that's pretty good definitely pump up this is the birthplace of robert hanssen become one of those true crime meccas like ed gained small town just lead in no the only thing that they the only famous person they'd talk about two famous people on their we competed page it's it's an antiwar activists whose name i can't remember and a middling baseball player named larry bittner bittner about two point four or point two seven batting average better than me great that's okay it's fine but even though baking was the family business little robert wanted nothing to do with it although he was still forced to work there most days all while his father yelled at him for how worthless he was that's a problem well maybe if you stopped being worthless i mean honestly it gets out to a yelling we'll stop if you get to be a better baker bakery so this is four forty five in the morning.

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