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Meet Nichola O'Hara, Digital Business Mentor and Strategist
"Nicola O 'Hara, a digital business mentor and strategist. Nicola knows firsthand that just because you end up on one path in life doesn't mean you have to stay there. After almost 20 years in the corporate world, she liberated herself from a successful career as a leader in learning and talent in banking to become her own boss and hasn't looked back. Now as a digital business mentor and strategist, Nicola helps creative and driven professionals who feel stifled and frustrated by the corporate world to launch a digital business so they can achieve the success and freedom they desire while living their ideal lifestyle. Nicola now spends her time as a digital nomad working between France, the UK or basically any country that has great broadband with plenty to see and experience. If you have a feeling that you want to do something else with your life, then this episode is a must listen. In this conversation Nicola and I exchange our experiences of taking the leap out of corporate into entrepreneurship, living by our values and the limitless potential of being your own boss. We consider the practical tools and mindset shifts needed to make big changes, the power of choice, risk -taking and we also talk about how women can embrace entrepreneurship, how money is not the tool and why it's totally fine to learn and teach at the same time. Let's get started with hearing another uplifting recipe for success thanks to Nicola. Welcome back to another episode of Recipes for Success with me your host Heather Thompson. Today I'm joined by the fantastic Nicola O 'Hara who is a business mentor and strategist helping aspiring entrepreneurs to ditch the nine to five and set up their own digital businesses. Nicola you're very welcome to Recipes for Success. Oh thank you for having me, this is very exciting to be on this podcast. Yeah I'm so delighted and I know we were chatting before we hit record but like we've an international flavour because as a digital nomad you're recording this from France so that's brilliant to have that. That's right sunny France. Yeah we were obviously when this recording comes out the rugby world cup will be in full flow so we were just chatting about that as well but it's fantastic to have you here. Nicola obviously you and I had kind of crossed paths when I was kind of in process I suppose of exactly what you help people with which was to try to leave my corporate career to set up my own business and at the time I so appreciated your guidance and really there was so much that you stood for and your values and your energy that really just aligned so I'm honestly so honoured that you kind of are on the podcast here today and that we can have this chat. Oh no that's so lovely to hear it's so nice I'm always so delighted when I have kind of people I've helped you know who who kind of then go on and start podcasts, start businesses and I sort of see them flourish so and I really enjoyed our conversation back earlier this year and I'm just yeah just pleased to be here. Yeah and it's such a huge leap so I'm kind of curious you know like in terms of the like the leaps that you've made to be this digital nomad you know having this call from France like tell us about your own life path day Nicola. Yeah so I spent you know a 20 year career in corporate so you know like everyone you know I knew sort of growing up went to school university went on then onto a graduate role and then into the the business world and didn't really sort of see any other path than that that was laid out for me I was going to be that was going to be the path and I kind of climbed the ladder did all the things I started off in recruitment then moved up to go into learning and development which I really enjoyed and then I ended up sort of merging the two near the kind of top end of my career where I headed up learning and talent for an investment bank in London so that's kind of a very quick sort of a tour through my 20 -year career in corporate but I got to a point I'm during throughout this episode that I realized that I just didn't want to be it anymore it was frustrating me I felt like I wasn't in the right place I felt like I just had more to give in the world and I thought is this it is this really it now that this is my career even if I get to the you know very pinnacle and keep on going will I be able to you know how will I feel fulfilled and happy and joyful and I just wasn't feeling it there and I always had in the back of my mind that I wanted to have my own business one day you know it's one of those things you always say one day I will have that digital business or I will have that business and it was always like oh just one more job just one few more years in corporate and I'll go and do it and yeah and then I you know went went through a few few things happened and then I realized actually you know I am going to go and do
A highlight from Hour One CEO Oren Aharon is Leveraging Generative AI to Fuse Video with Virtual Human Features - Voicebot Podcast Ep 348
"This is episode 348 of The Voicebot Podcast. My guest today is Oren O 'Hara, CEO and founder of Hour One. We talk virtual humans, generative AI, and he debuts a new product that just might stun you. Welcome back, Voicebot Nation. This is Brett Kinsella, your host of The Voicebot Podcast. Every week for over six years, I've brought you in -depth interviews with engineers, entrepreneurs, designers, other industry leaders in conversational AI, generative AI, synthetic media, the people who are shaping those industries, and our guest today, my guest today, spans all three of those categories. Oren O 'Hara is CEO and founder of Hour One, their leader in virtual human innovation. Now, you may know we've had one of Oren's colleagues, Natalie Mambio, on The Voicebot Podcast. She's also presented at Synthedia, and those were great. This is also great. It's new. This is also the first time Oren has been on. He's a technical founder. We cover a lot of ground in today's interview, and you can follow along by listening here. However, virtual humans, there's a lot of visuals here. You may want to check out the YouTube version of this interview because he does show some videos that I don't think you're going to want to miss. For example, Hour One can now take any video footage of people and make a talk, and that includes you. So just think about that for a moment. Now, in our interview, he does break down the new product, and we look at the technology behind it. We talk about how it works, what the use cases are. If you want to check out the videos of that, and you might maybe just do that afterwards. Listen here, and then you go and just check out the video sections. You can just skip forward to those in the video. All you have to do is go to Voicebot's YouTube channel at youtube .com forward slash voicebotai forward slash voicebotai. Pretty simple. You know how to get there. Plus, give us a like and subscribe while you are there. We'd appreciate that. Generative AI is changing everything very quickly. I'm pretty excited to be the first to bring you this discussion and this debut of a pretty cool product. Next up, a whole new spin on virtual humans, including you becoming one at your convenience. Let's get started. All right, I'm Brett Kinsella. We are here with Oren O 'Haraan from Hour One. He's the CEO and founder of Hour One, and it is great to have you on, Oren, and for a lot of reasons. One is I've known you guys for a long time. Natalie Mambio from the team has been on the podcast in the past, and in fact, you guys presented at our first Synthetia conference as well, which has been really interesting. But I'm really excited to have some new tech coming out, and so we're going to show people that in just a minute. I'm Brett Kinsella, host of the Voicebot podcast. And every week we have amazing innovators and generative AI, synthetic media, and conversational AI. And you have elements of all those at Hour One. So Oren, before we get into the fun stuff, because we've got some really cool technology to show off, but why don't you tell people a little bit about Hour One? Great. So thank you for having us. And Hour One is part of the generative AI, magically happening, creatively happening thing in the last, not a year, we have it like 10 months, all enjoying this creativity from prompts and images and videos. So Hour One is part of this industry. And we are specializing in the virtual human aspect, where we are creating virtual humans of actual people. We call it real, the real people, but now in their virtual existence. And we've developed a foundational model to actually do these kinds of technologies and enable anyone to come in and start creating himself talking from text and audio and all these kinds of amazing things. And then, you know, exploding with other environments and other platforms all together. So Hour One is out of this motion happening today. Absolutely. So I'm interested in the founding of this because you weren't in this space in the past, you've been in tech for a long time, you have a technical background, but what was it you into there as a medium to found a company now? It's actually a true story. And the way it worked, it was like almost five years ago when I've seen already the generative AI first papers coming out and it was mind blowing. I mean, we've seen, I've seen stuff that I never seen before. I have tech background. So I went into them, start reading and it was amazing. And then it was like an instance where it's going to change everything. It took five years, but it's going to change everything. Let's say, yeah, four years. And it was very clear. It was clear that it's a disruption, a huge disruption. And the reason we chose the virtual humans and not LLMs and not the text and the voice and all that stuff was because that was the most exciting part for us. I mean, we knew how to train everything we learned and we showed already a virtual human talking with his voice and facing together the first ones to do that. But this idea of like doing it with 80 billion people and touching everyone and getting there and building these kinds of applications was truly a huge potential. And we immediately fell in love in the idea that we will do it for the virtual human part. And today we are really at the place where everybody in the last 10 months got to understand like what is generative AI. Everybody knows LLMs. Everybody knows images. Videos is now happening. And the virtual human part is something very exciting that actually happens in the last days. So this is where we are today. Yeah, absolutely. Well, and I think when I was first introduced to Hour One, you were working with some influencers. You were creating these high resolution virtual twins, digital twins, I think maybe you called them, where you would take them into a studio and they would sit for three or four hours. I think Terrence Southern was one of the first ones that I talked to about this. And then later, we had another influencer from YouTube, Dom, we showcased him on the Synthetia 2 show. But that was like, that was more traditional. That was like, OK, I don't know if you were using CGI or another technology, but you were basically getting all these images, you were rendering it together. People were typing in scripts. They were clicking, generally manually clicking or uploading things for the settings and the backgrounds. And it was more like the news presenter or the classroom teacher presenter mode. And that's where we were up until about a year ago in terms of where the product went, right? Exactly, exactly. So that was the first years. We always use Gen AI, we haven't used CGI. That was like from first day our choice. But in the product, as you just said, we're like doing these like very in the beginning, like very basic templates and very basic environments and virtual humans, like very strict, didn't move so much. But since then, we've went a long way. And today we already have like a full library of all of these options and connected all of the Gen AI. Like you don't need to write the script, you can just prompt it. You don't need to choose an image, you can just prompt it. So today it's like very easy to go and create. And then the options there just grew. I mean, in the beginning it was very learning and development, these kinds of things. And I will show you my screen soon and you will see that now we are doing like e -commerce and social and it's like exploding everywhere. Everyone are able to use these kinds of stuff. Well, the pace of innovation is tremendous. I'm kind of interested in like why that's happening. I mean, one is like you have to build a foundation so that you actually have a product, kind of an MVP type of thing. And then just layering on all these different types of things. So obviously, OpenAI with the script writing, we had a colleague of yours on the 10 minutes on video, I don't know, six or seven months ago, showing how like, you know, it'll write the script for you. You can actually define a scene or you can define like a flow and it'll not just write the script, it'll create the six scenes associated with that for you. And so that seemed like a logical evolution based on where GPT 3 .5 was at the time. I think you were integrating with, was it stable division or DALI as well to sort of create images.
A highlight from Pride, an Enemy More Deadly Than Armies (and the God Who Weeps Over the Proud)
"Isaiah 15, 1 through 16, 14, these are the words of God. The burden against Moab, because in the night Ar of Moab is laid waste and destroyed, as in the night Kir of Moab is laid waste and destroyed, is gone up to the temple and to bond to the high places to weep, Moab will wail over Nebu and over Medabah, on all their heads will be baldness and every beard cut off, and in their streets they will clothe themselves with sacra, on the tops of their houses and in their streets everyone will wail, weeping bitterly. Heshmon and the Layalover will cry out, their voice shall be heard as far as Yehaz, therefore the armed soldiers of Moab will cry out, as life will be burdensome to him. My heart will cry out for Moab. His fugitives shall flee to Zavar, like a three -year -old heifer, for by the ascent of Luchit they will go up with weeping, for in the way of Oranayim they will raise up a cry of destruction, for the waters of Nimrin will be desolate, for the green grass has withered away. The grass fails, there is nothing green, therefore the abundance they have gained and what they have laid up, they will carry away to the brook of the willows, for the cry has gone all round the borders of Moab, its wailing to Igla 'in and its wailing to Be 'er Eilin, for the waters of Diman will be full of blood, because I will bring more upon Diman, lions upon him who escapes from Moab and on the remnant of the land. Send the land to the ruler of the land from Selah to the wilderness, to the mount of the daughter of Zion, for it shall be as a wandering bird thrown out of a nest, so shall be the daughters of Moab at the fords of the Arnim. Take counsel, execute judgment, make your shadow like the night in the middle of the day, hide the outcasts, do not betray him who escapes. Let my outcasts dwell with you, O Moab, be a shelter to them from the face of the spoiler. The extortioner is at an end, devastation ceases, the oppressors are consumed out of the land, in mercy the throne will be established and one will sit on it in truth in the tabernacle of David, judging and seeking justice and hastening righteousness. We have heard of the pride of Moab. He is very proud of his haughtiness and his pride and his wrath, but his lies shall not be so. Therefore Moab shall wail for Moab, everyone shall wail. For the foundations of Kir Haraseth you shall mourn, surely they are stricken, for the fields of Eshman languish on the vine of Sibmah, the lords of the nations have broken down its choice plants which have reached Jezer and wandered through the wilderness. Her branches are stretched out, they are gone over the sea, therefore I will bewail the with the weeping of Jezer. I will drench you with my tears, O Eshman and Alela, for battle cries have fallen over your summer fruits and your harvest. Gladness is taken away, and joy from a plentiful field. In the vineyards there will be no singing, nor will there be shouting. No treaders will tread out wine in the presses, I have made their shouting cease. Therefore my heart shall resound like a harp for Moab, and my inner being for Kir Haras. And it shall come to pass when it is seen that Moab is weary on the high place, that he will come to his sanctuary to pray that he will not prevail. This is the word which Yahweh has spoken concerning Moab since that time. But now Yahweh has spoken, saying, Within three years, as the years of a hired man, the glory of Moab will be despised with all that great multitude, and the remnant will be very small and feeble. O my dear family, how dangerous an enemy is our own pride. At the beginning of chapter 15, the picture is of a nighttime surprise attack by the Assyrians entering Moab from the north, going from one city to another. So quick is the destruction by the plan of the attack, and the location, and the time, that they're able to take multiple cities in one night, in verse 1, and the destruction moves rapidly south. The warriors of Moab are left impotent, powerless, and you get to the end of verse 4, and Moab is in the ruins, and their strongest men are helpless, and hopeless, and crying out. And then we have this wonderful surprise. It's only a surprise to us because we don't know the greatness of the mercy of our God, but this interruption, where Yahweh himself is saying, my heart will cry out for Moab. And he describes how great the devastation is through the end of chapter 15. And then he gives them advice. He says, send a lamb, a lamb to the ruler of the land, from Salah to the wilderness. So now they're all the way down in Salah. The remnant, whatever is left of Moab, is stuck in the lowest part of the nation, almost to the border with Israel. He doesn't say send it to Ephraim, Ephraim is in their own mess, as we'll be hearing next week, Lord willing, in 17 and 18, and their alliance with Syria. It says, send the lamb to the mount of the daughter of Zion. And the picture in verse 2 is the Arnon, which is the big river in Moab, and they're crossing at the place where the Arnon is most crossable, trying to get over to Judah, trying to get over to their new alliance with this small and despised people who have an infinitely great and exalted God. Now alliance with Judah does not sound like the best military strategy, but an alliance with the daughter of Zion is an alliance with the anointed of the Lord. And so it certainly is the best strategy. And so he says, take counsel, execute judgments, let my outcasts dwell with you, O Moab, I'm bringing this on them too, but you can be joined to my people, and you can suffer together and you can be restored together. And he describes the restoration and the end of the trouble in verse 4 and the restoration in verse 5, the extortioner is at an end, devastation ceases, the oppressors are consumed out of the land, so the trouble ends, and then the restoration, verse 5, in mercy the throne will be established and one will sit on it in truth in the tabernacle of David. Now we read it that way, because we know who sits on the throne in the tabernacle of David. It's the Lord Jesus, of course, but if you were a Moabite you'd be like in the tabernacle of David. And so there's an implied rejection between verse 5 and verse 6. One will sit on it in truth in the tabernacle of David, judging and seeking justice and hastening righteousness, but Moab rejects the proposal out of hand. And verse 6 through 12 really is a lament of the Lord over Moab, because he's been invaded by something much worse than Assyria. He's been invaded by his own pride, which kept him from trusting the Lord. We've seen this several times. Of course, pride is what destroyed the devil and Babylon and Assyria and Philistia in last week's reading. Pride was Ahaz's big problem. When the Lord told Ahaz that, you know, offered to Ahaz a sign that he would be Ahaz's savior, but Ahaz was already trying to form an alliance with Assyria and Tiglath -Pileser. And the Lord described himself as the stumbling stone that is laid in Zion that Ahaz stumbled he over because wanted to trust in himself, not in the Lord. Whenever we think we are going to make up for our sin, we are going to fix our life, we are going to take away our guilt, we are going to fix our situations, we are going to... That's our pride invading, and pride is a worse invader than Assyria. And so here the Lord has made Moab this wonderful offer to be joined with Judah and Zion under the ruler who sits on the throne of the tabernacle of David in mercy. And they reject it. And so you have the lament over Moab. We have heard of the pride of Moab, verse 6. He is very proud. But his, and the word James translates it lies, it's empty words, his empty words shall not be so, all the things that he tells himself about what he is going to be able to do. And he says, Therefore Moab shall wail for Moab, but the Lord himself mourns over him. Therefore I will bewail the vine of Sidma, etcetera. He says, I have made their shouting cease, therefore my heart shall resound like a heart for Moab, and my inner being for Tir Haaretz. You see this sympathy of God, this love for God, grieving, now not just over Israel, we're accustomed to that. Right? And Ezekiel, why will you die, O Israel? Do I have any pleasure in the death of the wicked? But that you would turn from your sins and live, or Jesus weeping over Jerusalem. But here it is with Moab, in 1 Timothy 2, God desiring that none should perish, that all should come to the knowledge of the truth, all the horrible pride of man that refuses to be saved, and the mercy of God that sympathizes here pictured as weeping and wailing, even as he is righteously punishing them. And of course the righteousness of that punishment comes out in verse 12, because what does Moab do? He goes from one of his worship places to the other, from the high place of worship to the house of worship, the temple, and of course he's worshiping what are not gods and those can't help him. And basically the gist of verses 13 and 14 is verse 13, that this isn't the first time the Lord has warned, that the Lord has been faithful in warning. But what the Lord is doing now is similar to what he's done in other parts of the prophecy of Isaiah so far, he's given a time soon. Sometimes he gives a time and amount of years, sometimes he gives it before the child is weaned, and those kinds of things here, he gives it exactly within 3 years as the years of hired man. But what does a hired man do? He counts down the days, right? He knows the exact amount of time. And so when it comes exactly on the schedule, then everyone knows to see what the Lord does to Moab as a warning from the Lord, as an example, and warning not to be destroyed by our own pride. For pride is a worse invader than the Assyrian army. That's the point of these two chapters. May the Lord help us to see his mercy and have our pride humbled so that putting our trust in him, we will be restored under King Jesus and we'll be happy to be under him, instead of too proud to be ruled. Let's pray. Our gracious God and our Heavenly Father, we thank you for your faithful and consistent warnings all to peoples everywhere, and especially to us where your warnings are so clearly spelled out in your word, which you have caused us to hear, and we thank you and praise you for displaying to us your compassion and even grief over the very ones whom you punish, that we might know your love, that we might know your mercy, even in the midst of judgment and never doubt the justness of your judgment. Save us, O Lord, from pride. It does so much damage to our lives in so many ways, and the best of us have more than enough to harm us left in us. So please forgive us and help us, we ask, in Jesus' name, Amen.
"hara" Discussed on History That Doesn't Suck
"Wants to go to the military hospital to check on the injured colonel. But they will not risk the city's small winding streets. The fly down to Apple key at a higher, hard to hit speed. Additionally, count Franz von Hara volunteers to ride on the footboard of the royal couple's car to bat off any potential bombs. With this plan in place, he returned to the motorcade. It's now approaching 11 a.m.. The motorcade is zipping down the bridge intersecting the key. We pass the Kaiser bridge and are soon approaching the Latin bridge. But wait. Why are they slowing and turning on Franz Joseph street? This is the original route. The first car's driver clearly didn't understand the change in plans. And the others are following. Again, riding with friends and Sophie, the governor general yells at the chauffeur. Turn back. Watching from the street, gavrilo princip can hardly believe it. After his bomb lobbying co-conspirator failed, and his several other co-conspirators failed to act at all. Gavrilo had lost hope. He came to Franz Joseph street with little hope that Franz Ferdinand would actually stick to his itinerary and further, knowing that gained a clear shot would be next to impossible. Yet not only is the archduke here. His driver just stopped in the middle of this narrow road and is attempting to turn around. Gavrilo doesn't hesitate. Stepping forward from his spot by schiller's delicatessen. The diminutive Bosnian Serb approaches the archduke's convertible. Pulls his browning semi-automatic pistol. And fires twice at almost blank range. Franz grabs at his neck. He felt something, but gives it no thought as Sophie crumples across his knees and red blood stain expands across the middle of her white dress. He pleads with his now unconscious wife. Sophie, Sophie, don't die on me. Live
"hara" Discussed on Breaking the Glass Slipper: Women in science fiction, fantasy, and horror
"You're talking about mythology. The body light body horror is is is everywhere in energy when you start to think about it yet survey in pigs. Yeah absolutely like medusa hub. Fight you know that. S amazingly yeah Sylvan covered this gold. Yeah every everywhere you look that. Be obsessed with this element of transformation and this leads really nicely onto my next question which is abou readers fascination with body horror i mean why why are we so drawn to reading about something that can be so disturbing will not everyone is that there is a dichotomy in. It's partly why. I avoided body horrify so long i think is that i expected it to be just torture porn i to use that word that expression but you know that's what a lot of people thought of or think of his body hara and so i kind of avoided a lot So i do think you have a dichotomy of readers who are into major gore in extreme horror and others who are have you put it will not as one does not into that kind of horror. So i'll be curious to know. I mean i know this is really weird. I mean i think some raiders will think that the my book is not extreme enough that their taste and then i worry that other readers that the other half of the readers will say it's too extreme for their taste. The high know so. It'll be really interesting to to. I mean the reviews so far. I've been very good and seemed to get the book. Get what. I'm trying to do..
"hara" Discussed on The Takeaway
"And we're watching from a distance. Not only because we are not able to travel to those parts of ethiopia which really needs the voice in the voices of us the media but also humanitarian workers that really need to go and save lives ensure to your listeners. Sent to those that have been watching from a distance for a while. This is a catch. Twenty two going back to the nineteen eighty-four where millions of ethiopians went through the same kind of famine. So it's really a sad moment. it's not just me. That's expressing the sadness. I think we're all side watching the images coming from a distance why is the government preventing both humanitarian aid and the presence of journalists again Intestinal for humanitarian workers and humanitarian aid. It's on open debate back to sites They're in. They're so passionate presenting their side. The government is saying it's the teepee enough that's preventing trucks heading to the region and the other side saying other side so it's really hard to verify the information but what we know for certain is the fact that millions of people are being affected by this not just the famine but the conflicts that Widespread not just within the region of to gripe but in i'm hara and the in the afar region so this is becoming bigger than expected are internally displaced persons able to move out of the region have folks at all been making it out to seek refuge in other parts of the country or a neighboring nations there are thousands of ethiopians that have been Heading to the sudan for instance and there are also those have been displaced with any theo beer millions of them so even for anyone who is willing to help. It's becoming so huge. I don't know what kind of amount of support is needed to help this many people because the number just keeps going up..
"hara" Discussed on Alright Mary: All Things RuPaul's Drag Race
"They're they're ushering in kind of new ideas and a new sense of the world And it seems like you know putting a new business in crystal on the season. We're going to get some of that story. I mean i think certainly in terms of new types of drag or or a new approaches to drag and not kind of you know the old the old rules or the old standard of what you're supposed to be doing or looking in drag. Yeah that makes sense. I feel like. I think it's i think you bring up an interesting point of the deliberateness of casting and it's funny. You know. it probably should have mentioned this with vanity milan. But you know the other side of that. it's okay yes also a lack of diversity in the casting. Reminding me that i you know i succumbed and i watched to see queen video and i'll give it to her. She puts video together. You know she fills those sixteen minutes but she did mention he she. They mentioned that there is a i. Guess it's a british drag queen black british right cleaning free to slaves who is like well. The people were saying. Oh they should have more diversity in. Why don't they have this person on her. That and she's like well. It takes a lot of money and time to audition and there's no cash prize lake. It's a huge investment and it's just like that reminder of lake it is so expensive go on drag race and i know a and if you're lucky to be someone like raja who i think russia o'hara i think just revealed that she spent a few thousand dollars. She made everything. So it's been like three thousand dollars right so so it can be done but like you have to be so good to me a little bit of money. Look that good to the expectations that people have of this show and i. I don't think you can. I think she is an exception..
International Poker Open Will Return to Dublin Come What May
"Just six weeks time. He will be bringing live poker back to our land. He is nick o'hara nick. Welcome the creator of times for having me along. Always phones josh. It's great to have nick. Let you start right there the it. Oh this is great news of the week. The international poker open is happening and it will be the first life fokker in ireland. Wanna say like twenty months or like eighty ninety definitely in that region for the fourth time the vet will be sponsored by unique poker. The festival is one of europe's longest running and most popular events. It's been held annually since two thousand and seven including an online version. Played on you bet last year. This year's live event will take place at dublin's burlington hotel as it has been for many years. We'll be on from october. Twenty fifth. Nick this is very much your baby these days. Tell us more. Yeah i mean. It's phony mentioned lockdown. The last major live events in ireland was to uni beto In february of twenty nine dame so we were last two now. It looks like prefer stand and on the twenty second of october government or to to move all remaining restrictions which lay the patch for live events to recommence has to wear before. Knock down so. I mean we're very excited about our and the government announced yesterday ten days ago so there's been a lot of our background over the last five days or so to gather websites updated schedule updated contacting staff finalizing details at the venue and and we finally yesterday morning. At eleven o'clock we announced the ipo online which was spread and we had a huge response on social media and the hotel Announced about eleven o'clock in the morning on the hotel called What's happened forgotten destroyed hair before imposing is bought does not mean is said what we sold about a hundred bedrooms in the last hour wowed. That's an incredible
"hara" Discussed on HASHR8
"Think part of the reason is probably like mining. Seems like if you splint if you if you think about mining can be very simple and very straightforward businesses because of this seemingly Easy way to think about like mining 'cause like basically you buy a machine you plug in rana software and then you get your rob put while the reality as saying it's just like there are so many times in in complication on for operation to consider. So they're all things that people try to simplify when covering it and by simplifying things you naturally will lose law the new ones because if you need to explain the ones who will take a lot of writing and do do your readers actual actually need to know things it kind of kind of do but maybe borrowed about all the technical stuff and also because it intersex was away economy. You need to do a lot of the things that you will counter with energy with supply chain in that things in it for the Mixed things complicates so. It's not really think this thing so hara it's just it's complicated and there's no easy way to simplify of nuances here. Simple life you trying to understand the energy like you. They're all things it's the can. You can simplify just by okay at the hands free because you need to look at the breakdown of the market in terms of the equipment different generations of equipment. Things that are five years old can Three times than what it was launched last year..
"hara" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix
"Than we are right now and what i mean by that is you have three by three d. center. Defacto almost exclusive. You know to somebody or more than one person you know it would be eddie and and to a lesser extent golden boy. Pbc is obviously haymond world and and arum and top rank are espn. Okay for all the arguing. And i had heard at equal out bad judges fairness i have heard ad admit. An arab also acknowledged horrible decisions but the system favors the guys with the most money the biggest bank roles at the biggest platforms. They can they can say stuff publicly all their want. But privately they have no incentive to change the system and guys like myself better needs to do business with everybody at our scampering hustling to keep their fighters busy and by the way we didn't exist. Seventy five to ninety percent of the fighters of the world would place the fight because the three main guys can't cite everybody right and good things. Good things come out of that. I mean i was watching. You know a guy that was unheralded williams who fought on one of those nbc cards recently. Come out and stop. Hector tana hara. Like i agree with you. These spiders need. You know the quote unquote small promoters. Well i mean on the you know. Interestingly i'm not really small private big stable fighters but honestly. I'm a behind that april i don't have an exclusive deal anywhere and i have fighters who no one would sign who i brought to the precipice of titles or titles. That looked to leave. Because i don't control the platform so by the way you could be doing the eighties that ain't happening you know. But here's the point of making. Chris yes it is yes no i swear to god. It won't it's not. I guarantee i guarantee you..
"hara" Discussed on Taking Her Lead
"So women. Keep coming over in mike. Hi i'm harra get naked thing. I'm a safe place that people feel safe with you because at all my series turns out you know you have to have a naked something that will on your podcast is gonna be the same thing. Yeah i really do i say. Let's get naked on building. Yeah yeah i love i love vulnerability. I love people who are willing to tap in and not be scared of it. I don't know sure it's some child thing. But i don't know where it comes from therefore last question what he must hopeful about with regard specifically to women in art women in your industry where it's going. I don't even know about women in my industry. I just know about me. Because i'm only concerned about. I used to say this when i was a single mom of two girls. I was raising them for thirteen years on my own. And with had blinders on that. I couldn't change the world i can only focus on what was in my house in those two girls and i feel the same way about my art. I don't really know what's happening in the art world. I only know what. I wanna change myself and what i can affect able the truth. I don't really know what's happening out there. And you know if i see beautiful i stop and admire it but i don't know more than that. What is your hope for your work. I hope that. I can continue to touch people but my hope for myself personally. I hope i get paid to travel to do it. That's like a secret hope that i'm able to travel and see new things because even when i get go down we once were following some garage sale signs that took us ten miles down this beautiful road and we were so happy that we went down this beautiful road that if we hadn't followed that garage sales i never would have seen it. So that's how i feel about travel. It doesn't a rare. it's a new road. I wanna see it so my goal is that i can afford to do that and the way i hope until to do it is to be paid to take photos of people in different places love because right now these are offering series which is great but it is a lot of my time and energy work. I don't get paid for anything over. Sustainable her this has been phenomenal. Time putting up with my technical issues. we never learned. We're learning that couldn't connect. Yeah i want to be lucky when i grow up a dollar ability. It really changes the world than you've been that for us so we really appreciate it so much as much for having me. I really loved us. That was nice. So i linked to your tyra dot photography credit in there and listeners. You can find her series on that sign. Are there other ways that you would like people to connect with you. If you're interested in graphic design you go to studio h dash creative beyond yet. Check out my podcast. See beneath your beautiful on any pods do that wherever. Your odds are cast. I'm going to bet. I'll give you koto permission to steal. Also wonderful her. You have a wonderful day. It.
"hara" Discussed on Taking Her Lead
"Because i was getting my feet wet better. They're going to be very deep conversations. That will be meaningful and not necessarily depressing because they've all found peace with where they're add not only found peace but succeeded so much more after that. So i'm really excited to have those conversations and not have them only for me. I can share him well. There's a lot of power the story changes you know. They always say. Never speak from the wounds. Speak from the scar. And i think that there is some gift in speaking from the wound because it's heartfelt and real but i think the wisdom comes in speaking from the scar right. That's where you put it all together and you really understand what's happened. And i think healing comes from just speaking not holding it in and not having it be shameful secret bounds where i think i can do good in the world. Is that just sharing the story. Because i talked a couple years ago about being touched two accounts ler shining light on. That really helped. Change me. Because i was holding onto that shame for so long and she made me understand. You know that. I was seven and i did. What a seven year old should do so that was really helpful. And i think just talking about it took away all the shame so i just wanna do that for others as well and i know that. Not a counselor and i can't offer help. I am open to a conversation and to be vulnerable to hear a hard story. You're creating the community thank you. You're creating community. There's a perspective on history. That says that ten thousand years ago or five thousand years ago when we were mostly small communities in agrarian communities which there are many still on earth that certainly there's challenges you know. Sometimes resources are scarce and so on and so forth but the connectedness deep close constant relationships provided a lot better mental health and in america particularly so fragmented in many ways and mental health issues are skyrocketing. Do that so i love that. You say that you know you're not a therapist but you're providing mental health support and tools. Yeah and that connections so right right. So that's what i say. I'm not really interviewing anybody. I'm just having a conversation with him and giving them an opportunity to share their story which matters. The story matters end people. Keep saying you know. I don't have any value does have any value and i really think just like your photograph. You're valuable because your youth. There's no standard to live up to you. Know i hope. He realized that their stories valuable one of the things i do. These things called profiles are emotional. Intelligence assessments in one of the things about having those conversations where people really start to connect to themselves is. Don't you find it changes. You like a story heels things stories in you. It's such a gift when people actually will speak to you. And i know joshua's had that experience to where when you are connected to people on your having a valuable vulnerable conversation everyone gets healed. Yes a hundred percent. I do feel very honored and it is a true gift that they're giving me as well. I really feel that way. Yes podcast see beneath your beautiful even working. It'd be found everywhere. Podcasts are out there. Awesome young if you've been doing shannon i you. I decided we something ago that i was going to do it. And then fast-track era. I got it all. Set up the hot myself. How to edit. Although i need to every time i was olympic google that how do you do that. How do you do that. So that's probably why it took fifteen hours hoping when i saw that i thought joshua because after us every i even when she laughed when i even brought her laugh down so that it didn't overtake the next line. I was so proud of myself. I did some good editing. But it's just like editing. A photo. Though i care too much i can't batch process a photo shoot because every photos different than everything's needs to be perfect and so i hope i get better at it so that salal master process because you will has time who has fifteen hours to home life first episode with patricia. Little john was a half an hour. Yes degrees thirty hours. Edit to now thank you. I was the bowl time. So don't that's it. I was teaching. Luckily it was adobe audition. So i'm familiar with adobe product so not command same. I felt pretty comfortable just guessing too so but anyway. I'm pretty proud of it. I edited at twice. Is the problem also. I decided it wasn't good enough the first time so are we have a question that we ask everybody two of them one of them is what are you reading right now and the second one is you have a self care routine you do that keeps you resilient and keeps you up the two very good questions and the truth is reading nothing right now because my brain has been full of podcast information good good and then i listened byron katie every day. That's an hour of my life. So i'm honestly not reading anything right now. There's some things in my library that should be. I can't think of anything off the top ahead because it's so full of sadly not sadly but got obsessed with the podcast and then the self help. I really do. Listen to fire katie. Every day to to keep me on track of the resources that you have before the self therapy's well let's see. Your creativity is probably a lot of self care isn't it. yeah. I think myself care is well. My husband is very loving and sweet and is very good for me. But i think for self care i try to just be soft with myself. I haven't been able to go get a massage longtime so. There's no like real routine of anything. But i take the time to you know like i said i'm going to take the time to listen to byron katie and that really is self care. I don't know the truth. Is i'm good to myself when i wanted a photo studio. I said i like to use the room downstairs for photos to that. It wasn't big enough. And then i said i'd like the whole downstairs for photo studio and so i'm not i'm not skimping on myself. All i'm saying like i'm gonna live this life. I'm gonna live out loud because it could be taken away at any moment and it's a real great thing to live that way the know this could be the last day and i'm not gonna wish for something that'll happen tomorrow. So no grass grows under these feet. We'd be friends because i need to. I can be your friend. Husband is a real researcher and a thinker. And so i don't know if you can rub off on people. I think you're just going to be who you are going to be. I haven't i think it's pretty annoying to somebody who's a thoughtful slow mover among. He's not i need it. Yeah i need it done this minute so it's also i'm just saying i'm pretty good to myself. I make sure. I do it a couple of years ago. My sister and i went to italy for three weeks because she just brought it up at that day. We're buying plane tickets it's nuts. We're good to ourselves. But you know i worked from italy. The thing is you can work from anywhere so it's good. Yeah yeah but yes people last question though and the exit before this last question do you have any of your that you can hold up around love to see if i could get it in the link to your work in the ogaden. This is one of the women. She's the one who is domestically abused in. I'm gonna be interviewing her soon and show you just a. Here's a and. I love that photo. Yeah and then. i'll just show you one from unveil. Which was the new series. Yeah so yes.
"hara" Discussed on Taking Her Lead
"Say. Oh my gosh. you don't know you changed me. Yes my sister. Deanna who's Just older than me has been like my mother my entire life. We were one word. We were deanne in harrow. There was no there was no two of us. There was one person that much together of six kids. We have the same father in the first four had another and so we were tied together. She sent me a song once the wind beneath your wings and that is so true. It's corny but she has always been that for me. And i have been that for her. Nancy has always encouraged me and been a source of sanity. When i needed it when i got divorced. She took me and my children and there was four kids under six at the time. So yeah loud. She saved me. Many times Wow that's powerful wonderful. Those relationships are so important to advocate. the world. I'm glad i had somebody like that. Me too me too. she's really. She's the wind beneath my wings at so she really has given me. I wouldn't be here without her for sure about now. Mentors are friends. Well every friend. I have gives me something different. I think you know. Get something different from everybody. I look up to all the women that i love that i hang out with our life giving in some way you know. They're always straight up honest with me and encouraging and that is my favorite thing about somebody i like when they can tell me like it is i really appreciate vulnerability and honesty so i have a number of those women in my life. This wonderful collective second question that one. I don't even know. I'm trying to think how i know that one was a client. First graphic design client and then we just became good friends. Another was my hair. Lash lady the person who i interviewed for my podcasts. We've been friends for ten or twelve years. Although that's not even how. I met her another girlfriend that twenty years ago. We were both on a a yacht together. Sounds crazy in quarterlane. It was a somebody's going away from the industry and so we were in the same industry in advertising. And so she just was so chatty and she was so good with questions asking telling me this about yourself. Tell me that about yourself. We ended up going for coffee afterwards and we sort of never go yes. She taught me how to ask questions. She taught me to be curious with friends. Are you the initiator or defined that others initiate. Now definitely an initiator. I am always initiating but they always wanna see me. It's just that everybody's busy with their lives. So yes i am always the initiator they see you in your work though you know they can catch you every day. Yeah i like. I see you every day. But i think that i've found that there are individuals. Women are no who really struggle initiating whether or not they feel like they're not worth initiating or whatever it might be an struggled to have those friendships because people are busy well and that's why it's so interesting that you say that because i think ten years ago i wondered why i wasn't being invited to places until i decided all invite people to places and stop waiting so that's white so interesting what you're saying because they always say oh. I'm so sorry we didn't you know i didn't call you. I keep meaning to. I totally get it. Now that there's no i'm not judging anybody and i'm not i just got together with two girlfriends. We spent the weekend together halloween weekend. And we haven't seen each other really talk to each other since Does it change how close we are so close to them. Life gets in the way. Well we had a guest on one of our previous episodes gen mazer and she. An lisa roof is going to be a future guests. And they co founded the sparked game. So now i have a sparked night with my friends via zoom once month and and they're all over the country i'm in arizona. They're in pennsylvania morgan california texas. We get together in. It's like no time has passed. It's wonderful and what. I went Sparked game it's board game. I'll send you the lane. That's really great. The history of how that game came to be. But it's really dives into who you are. You're about it's really wonderful game so it feeds that whole thing of we haven't talked in a while and we have more to talk about off. Awesome yeah yes so so my question for you is how has your approach to conflict changed over time because i think as we grow. We kind of navigate conflict differently. Have you noticed anything in terms of challenges conflict resistance. What have you learned about yourself that. I can extract myself from the drama whereas younger. I wanted to be even. If i wasn't enjoying it. I needed to be involved in it but now i can just take myself out of it and don't need to be involved. So that's really lovely maturity just might be maturity no. I hope that's very good. That is a hard thing to not get emotionally hoped right. Yeah i'm involved in conflict. But i'm not involved so that it's my choice. Personalizes it also. Yeah they can just right and i just i always tell my husband. Just be matter of fact. Don't take anything personally. But it is hard that whole emotional agility. It's someone else depends on who you are in conflict with right right. November maurya loved them. The more traumatic creates right right. One that i'd really love to know. And i get to ask janine. Very gracious about this is if you look at the history of artistic expression certainly there have been some women but the notable artists have almost two percent been men and over the past hundred years for sure particularly that has changed a little bit. But what has your experience been and perhaps from that your perspective on how women in art have had challenges visibility. Because they're women. Have you would love to hear your thoughts on that. I always say this. I don't ever feel like because. I'm a woman anything's in and maybe i'm naive. Which is perfectly fine with me. But i never feel like anything's been different. Because i've been a woman. I think if my art hasn't been well received it's because it's not up to snuff. You know what i need. it's and it touches people. It's supposed to touch just like you have women who are supposed to be your try than others. Not everybody is so. I think that's the same about art. It's reaching the people it's supposed to reach. That's awesome so you know. I don't like to hear about the impact of having brothers. Are they older than you right. Oh yeah yeah. It's not a year about that. Because i also think that sometimes two brothers. I think that you learned to navigate the world differently when you have older brothers depending on how they treated you and how they viewed you. So i've curious to hear what you think about that. Well i was the youngest. Like i said there was only nine years between the six kids so we were tight together. Right izzy asper. Mom's a miracle worker busy. Well i loved having older brothers. I loved being in that chaotic house. It was full of love even though it was chaos and something always was happening. There was the boys. Were always fighting. But i did get to be a skin. I'm pretty sure. Because i had older they didn't they weren't very soft Nobody coddled anybody in that house. There was no. I do it now to myself. I do what. I needed back then. You know. I'm very very kind to myself. And i say little harra doing the best you can but not having. That.
"hara" Discussed on Taking Her Lead
"Giving. You're giving life well because life is short. You know my mom passed when i was eighteen and so i do know life israeli short. I can't believe i get to be fifty three. I just assumed irrationally. That forty six was the day every day that i have passed. That seems like a real gift while working gratitude than right i mean that's pissing. Incredible mindset tune ity the other thing that's remarkable about that is why you're really kind of getting at is if we could remove the judgment from whether something's good or bad and just go with the feeling because remember all those painful things for a long time but those fleeting joys you know the joy of creating We go to sam now. It's all about that from your work to yourself letting go up all the judgements. I'm about to hold a women's retreat for the first time ever that somebody may because they'd seen twenty years ago they knew main they've seen how much i've learned to love myself in one of the projects i'm doing is a craft project. I'm going to have them create their own. Inner critic a pup and that is a little puppet sock monster. because that's how scary it should be your inner critic it should be sock monster with googly eyes so you can have a conversation with a not so scary monster and say oh. That's interesting yano not take it so seriously. Right that's fabulous. That's pretty exciting. I can't wait to make my own looking forward to this craft projects. I can't wait to see your sock monster dogs. i gonna get some no love it. I can't wait going to be like a that. Sounds exciting eleven allowed. What were some things. Probably had a few with real pivotal moments. That shifted your direction. Worth it. shifted shifted your perspective. So i know that your perspective house change Firm yourself and other things too so one thing that really stands out is went. You probably already know this very spontaneous. Saima yes i try to say yes to everything i asked on facebook few years ago maybe three. How do i get real change like i don't want another diet. Somebody mentioned very casually on a thursday byron katie. And i happened to be going that weekend to portland with my daughters for my daughter's eighteenth birthday and i saw. She was having a conference on saturday. And i didn't know what i was doing. But i went to the conference from thursday to saturday and i will say byron. Katie changed my life she every day. I questioned what i think i know. And what stories. I tell myself. I had no idea what to expect she. Was you fill out a piece of paper. New judge your neighbor. It's called judge. Your neighbor worksheet and i was trying to think of something i was mad about an i had this image for when i was young and i married to my first husband about something he did and by the end of the day i was like. I don't know if that even happened. I was telling the story to myself so long. I'd gone to counseling over. This went incident at then by the end of that day. Just questioning my own stories. I thought he looked at me because i was overweight. He could just been looking at me. Last what i came out with. I just couldn't wait to get home to tell my daughters how lifted my heart was over their dad. Because i was holding this. I was being a victim for so long and then i was no longer a victim. So those kinds of i'm a huge byron katie fan too so that you said that you know she's wisdom two point. Oh this week asked now. Oh yeah i last year last year and she and the reason i went was of byron. Katie last you're just each other but man we spiritually together. We weren't allowed to touch her. Say higher touch any cova and it was very strange two point last year in. Yeah while i'm excited. Because joshua signed up this year too so shop. We're going to have the opportunity. It's life changing to wisdom to point out and because of covid actually byron katie has been doing live interviews every day three times a week. Four times in the beginning and every day i get a little by acadian my head when i the opposite of my inner critic is byron katie because she lovingly tells me what i need to hear and to question myself real either right. Well we don't know we don't know she said once that not only do not know what anybody else thinking. Sometimes you don't even know why you're thinking something and she so right. It's so easy to get rid of all the judgments. If you just don't know mind like right stuff assuming you are responsible for what everyone else is thinking that you know it right power would about earlier on in your life different pivotal moments there. I was the youngest of six children with a single mom and it was a crazy household. I used to say we were the brady bunch on drugs. there's three girls voice and it was the seventies. It was a very crazy time. And i was really lost in the mix. I was being the six. They used to ask my sister older than me. What i like to what i liked. I didn't have a voice. Until i was about fifteen until that sister moved out and also when i was a little bit younger i was touched inappropriately a couple times like at five and seven by friends of the family and nothing was done about those things and that sort of gave me my sense of or lack of self worth and that's why it's been such a journey to find myself in love myself. It's actually the way i am but all those things. I couldn't have the message without the mass and so i'm not upset or read anything that happened because people are listening which is shocking. You had told me that ten years ago people are listening. And like i said this one woman from twenty years ago reached out and asked me if i could lead retreat. That's crazy man's said yes. Because i know i can help her and help. The women love themselves. I know i have some fix up my sleeve moran you can pay it forward right. Yeah i'm going to pay it forward to being able to pay it forward in the way i view this is when someone didn't stand up for you when you were five or six. It's because they were doing the best they can. They did now out to if rome with grace then you can pay it forward with grace right. Yeah you know when we may then and it's very healing to just believe that the person wanted to and didn't know how hundred percent hundred wasn't equipped you know. My mother actually was married at fifteen. So i think back and i had no tools in toolbox so she just was doing the best. She could absolutely one hundred percent. I have no anger. It just is what happened. And is why i couldn't find my son Self worth. Because i didn't nobody was encouraging the right right. That's all i'm saying. There's no not sure yeah. She might think that when we can find that grace we can actually heal and then do something powerful with it and that's really what you're doing a mea even bodied that empowerment for her right. And so. I think that that's incredible incredible. And so i have a question for you. We talked a little bit about your mom and her work. We talked a little bit about byron. Katie is there anyone else that inspires you that has mentored you been a role model for you. Are there any people in your history that you would shout out to.
The WiFi Evangelist, Kevin Battistoni of Hunter Industries
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"hara" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"So claim your $5 trial with free shipping right away that number one more time. 1 805 184 90 Calma. Now, Bill you visited this village in Japan, you Zuri Hari or as they call it, the village of long life. I understand that people had unusually high Ate a levels in this village. What did you find when you met? The people is is this is it? Genetic is a dietary. What did you see? Well, I went there again for the second time with translators, photographers. And it was easy to understand without studies without even though the town doctor there Dr Komori has identified Hi Laurent. IQ acid is the very reason why these people and you're very hara. Exhibit such youthfulness and by the way they have a lady there in her nineties without any aging spots on her skin, Perfect skin, no wrinkles whatsoever. People living into their eighties and nineties. Look a lot younger, and it all became clear when we were there. Now they grow a lot of their own vegetables and foods right there near their homes. And they have a lot of fresh foods, and sometimes they have a little extra, so they come down. The vegetable market and bring their goods there to be sold. So we were there taking pictures and interviewing people. When 83 year old Mr is she came driving in on his motorcycle. To deliver his vegetables to the fruit market. Pat, Where do we have in the United States? 83 year old driving their motorcycle down to the vegetable market? We don't have it. We followed him. To his home or use up on a 30 ft ladder, trimming a tree. He works in the fields about 4 to 6 hours a day, and he introduced us to his neighbor who was nine years old without a wrinkle on his face. Either of them use reading glasses. And, of course, hey, works about 6 to 8 hours out in the fields every day. This was remarkable. I almost felt bad. I was in some sort of a place where the dinosaurs were still living or something. It was so remarkable. These people just exhibit Ah, youthfulness, a flexibility in their joints. Certainly a healthfulness that we just don't see everywhere else. In fact, it was so remarkable that the emperor of Japan actually has visited this village pictures were taken there. You could see them all over the village there as they had posted him. So these are the kinds of reports That we here. Let me ask you a question here. You mentioned glucose to mean and there's another one out there. This pretty popular M s m. How does this h a stack up against those other ones? The other ones. You have to take him for a while before you even see any results, and most these air, very positive dietary supplements. They certainly have. Lots of benefits. Glue cost me takes quite a while to kick in. M s M is a wonderful soul for compound and again. It's an anti inflammatory, as are many things like fish oils. These they're all wonderful, but they're not dealing with the origin of the problem. The origin of the problem is the loss of cushioning in the joint, and if we can just replaced it If we can find a way to get that cushioning back, That's what we call youthfulness. That's what we had when we were young. Here's David writing to me from New York 25 years looking for something that would help support His lower back. And of course, he said, I can't believe it Now. He says. I can't thank you enough for this product. People have tried all the alternatives. They've searched everywhere else path and they haven't heard of hyaluronic acid. Now the reorder rates on AJ sort of tell me that things are phenomenal. The product works. The study shows how but what other customers seeing? What are they telling you candidly? What are they saying? The bill Sarti. If the horse has come back to the trough. There must be good water there. It's amazing to me how people say. Just keep sending this. It's wonderful. It changed my life. Here's Lorraine saying, I can't believe it, but I'm able to run. I love it. These are online. You can go see some of these comments. Security products has it online where people just log in and tell you these aren't edited in any way. Here's Brent writing. There's no one of purity product made an outlandish claim about H a joint formula. But three days after I started taking it, I noticed the difference. This stuff really works. It's your own personal discovery. That's why purity product wants you to have this bottle. There's Harold 85th year, he says. I'm in it says I'm doing very well. On 88. Thank you very much. There's jasmine think my face look moist and youthful, and I'm getting people asking me about it. What am I taking? Of course you will. Okay, let me do this quickly is I want to get back to the show. Here is the special offer from purity products that Bill's talking about. It's a $5 trial bottle of purity is best selling..
John Kerry visits China for climate mission talks
"Eh? We're talking to Sean Carberry, who writes on foreign policy and was a former NPR correspondent based in Kabul. Paul Dano Hara, Washington bureau chief for the BBC, and Nancy Yusef, national security correspondent for The Wall Street Journal. Speaking of China on Wednesday, the United States special presidential envoy for Climate John Kerry arrived in China ahead of an environmental summit being held by Joe Biden later this month. Carrie was expected to lay the ground for that meeting and urged Chinese officials tome or address climate change. Paul When we co thinking about shifting to China, the U. S and China are the two biggest polluters in the world. Can you tell us the significance of this trip and what pushed back? We've gotten from China on this. It's important it's you know, it's the first attempt to try and for this administration, try and sit down with the Chinese and starts work things out. The problem that America faces is it wants to be able to compartmentalize. Different issues with China. It was going to say, Let's get together and talk about climate and work it out because it's in their best interest, but also stay away from Taiwan and don't fiddle around here and don't do this on the Chinese Don't have that perspective. When it comes to foreign policy. They they don't put things in little boxes and treat them independently. They will not be able to Forget that America criticizes Chinese about other things while asking them for their support. The other thing the Chinese don't say, Well, look, you walked away from the Paris climate deal. You know, we've been plowing on We've been making more more commitments to carbon when you reducing carbon on reducing or the other greenhouse effect, and you spent four years basically going backward. So the Chinese are saying, we're not listening to you until you get your house in order. So America is trying to say We're back on the international stage when it comes to the environmental concerns and the Chinese the same. Well, we never left. So
A dark picture emerges: atrocities in Ethiopia
"Rumors and scattered reports of atrocities in ethiopia's northern region of tigray have been swirling for months amid a media blackout. But the picture is now starting to become clearer and evidence for war. Crimes and crimes against humanity are stacking up on sunday. America's secretary of state anthony blinken condemned the killings sexual assaults and forced removals said to have taken place in tigray and called for troops to be withdrawn. The conflict began late last year. When the region's ruling party the tigray people's liberation front or tps aleph was booted out of the federal government where it had dominated for decades has to be off. Matt has announced quote final military operation against the defiant gripe province in coming days and a statement. Mr abiy said there was a catholic devise strategy to defeat the grand people's liberation front in the regional capital makaay without harming civilians late in november. Mr abi declared victory. Over the tb l. f. An armed resistance has continued yesterday. If government rejected america's demands describing. Mr lincoln's comments as regrettable. Thousands are known to have died in the conflict and more than two million people have been displaced. The growing civil war has drawn in fighters from neighboring regions and troops from eritrea which borders tigray to the north. I'm gonna stay. International has just released a report detailing its investigation into this incident that took place in late november an accident which is one of the oldest and most famous holy cities. Tom gardner addis. ababa correspondent. Ever soldiers killed hundreds of civilians over two days. And what i'm going to stay says was retaliation for an attack by local youth on their military camp now. Amnesty says the soldiers roams around the streets of the city picking out on young men and killing them on the spot then proceeded to plunder the city essentially of everything of value survivors said that all they could see on the streets with bodies and people crying this systematic slaughter civilians and axiom may amount to crimes against humanity according to amnesty. And you say the main players in this incident or allegedly airtran soldiers right just to remind people. This conflict has drawn in a few other parties. In addition to the ethiopian federal army and two grand forces loyal to the tps laugh you also have militia security forces from may bring regional state of. Im hara which has a rivalry with the laugh and disputed territories along their border and then and this is really controversial element. You have troops from eritrea. Which since the beginning of the conflict has been fighting alongside the ethiopian army against the which has a long rivalry with as well as to whether all these parties are committing atrocities. I think based on everything we know so far. Yes but i think. Eritrean soldiers are the most widely and extensively implicated and there are allegations of other atrocities beyond. What's happened in axiom. Ever since the war began in late november we've been hearing accounts trickling out which beginners rumor clearer. Picture is slowly started to emerge. We've seen several videos that appear to show ethiopian soldiers. Standing among the bodies of civilians. They've murdered there was an investigation by human rights. Watch found. European army had shelled towns including the capital of tigray mckelway killing at least eight hundred civilians including women and children and winding back to the beginning of the war the very first atrocity we heard about was this massacre in the town of my tatra which is in western tigray near the border with the neighboring regional state. I'm harlem according to a report that amnesty published at the time most of the victims were. I'm horrors murdered by militia. Sure the ousted rulers of tigray the epl f. That was then confirmed by day. State appointed human rights commission. Here however take ryan's reflect across the border to saddam tell of attacks on civilians by them militiamen an by government soldiers in the same area for its part. What is the european government saying about all these reports so that is an important question on february. The twenty six th the ethiopian rights commission which is a state appointed or body released a statement saying that it had also conduct an investigation. And that it's key. Findings brutally corroborated those of amnesty. That's quite a significant step forward by the commission which tried two to three years ago would never have come out with a statement like that. The question though moving forward is whether the government decides to accept its findings and act on them. We have heard a lot from the prime minister's office the attorney general's office and other government agencies about accountability but so far very little indication that the government is willing to hold anyone but members of the tepe accountable for crimes committed during this conflict. More makes it even more. Complicated of course is the fact that the prime culprits in this case were eritrean. Troops can be very politically difficult for the government. Addis ababa which has been relying on these troops from eritrea relying on its relationship with the eritrean government to conduct its military operations in
The Yetzer of Great Men (Sukkah 52a)
"Below. So what tax do you have today. So i thought we'd look at the text from the gamero from soka fifty two a m. it's a famous tax but i don't think we ever discussed it as groups. I'd love to hear your thoughts. So here's tomorrow and it says as follows new rubber nana rabbis taught. Now this is in the middle of a whole major discussion relating to the gates or hora which the camera tends to me the sexual drive. Not just the general desire to send although could mean that as well so it quotes verse. And it says edited Mirror i am. I will distance this The northern one from you but it says this is referring to the eighth or hara which is hidden in the hearts of human beings and then the end of the versus because he has done greatly like the great power of gates zara and the texas follows. I'm are by media having your jimmy. Coolum that the power of the eighth or hara is greatest amongst the tourists ages and then it tells the following story once happened that by her demand. Say to a woman with us rise early. And we'll go on the road. And i thought i'll follow them and prevent them from sinning because he assumed that they were having some sexual assignation. He went after them about three miles for three meal through the reeds heard them saying our conversation has been so nice and now we must take separate roads by my enemy. Meeting myself would not have contained himself. Could not have if i was with that woman half i would not have been able to contain myself. Leaned against the both of the door and was very sorry that he would have been worse than a common man. So here i rabbi would not have been able to control myself from these this man and woman just friends no man came to him and taught the greater man is the more is he tempted by the evil spirit by the eighth or hara and the hebrew is coho. Godot may have a row each rogue adult men who who is greater than his friend. His desire his yates. There is stronger than than a friend. So my god can i jump and i don't want to jump to very famous bride loftier thoughts so i wonder it may be a slow alternate perspective on this and that the more you put up barriers or the more you like make things You know make the bins into a big deal of being now allowed the harder on those heavier sits on your head. I'm saying this really inarticulate way but it's kind of like if you take a boy and a girl who public school together and all the time wasn't girls and then you send them off to do an errand you don't have two seconds of thought that oh my god you will get a horrible. Overtake them whether you take two kids from haredi community never ever ever have an object to hang out together all the sudden the whole interaction become so much more fraught. So that's the first thing that goes through my head here and so interest. It's it's normally not done or is it. Also because the reason it's not done is it's always framed as being a sexual temptation and for that's the lens that's brought to the reason men and women. We don't have them go together into carry. Community is because women's sexual temptation. Where freight of your yeats their horror and therefore if that's always the message that that also becomes the lens through which you know. The the experience is taking place at boulder trail that's interesting. Yeah i mean my first When i heard this tax was on a totally different tack and maybe not as positive i was like oh god that sounds like a total apologetic for like powerful people like sexually harassing other. People's like oh you know the greater you are the greater your temptation is going to be and it totally like rubbed me the wrong way but i guess watch you're reading is really interesting. I'm like trying to relate to it as like the you know heavier and higher. Your set of expectations for yourself are the like heavier bat. Might weigh upon you like how would you understand that the greater the rabbi quote unquote degraded the rabbi most likely more he has separated himself out from the day to day workings of the world. Right like when we think about great rabbis particular. We think about people who've had a little bit closer themselves from the world's and that's where i'm going with this. Although i do think you are reading sarah which is fascinating to me about the powerful people. There's a whole other way to look at this. Which is that. We often complain about the fact that powerful people are the ones who are much more sexually abusive. And sometimes i we kind of bring it on ourselves because the people that we choose as powerful people and i'm not sure rabbis phones category but generally politicians we go after like people who are charismatic and a little bit narcissistic and who you know love to be loved and one adulation by and we love those people. We pick them. We take them as movie stars. We picked politicians. A man were surprised when they bay. That way does make vase which you cannot see the podcast. So on gonna shut up. Don't disagree with you just. I think that we're missing You know what i. I would consider sort of an obvious perspective. Which is that. it's not just true. We value but the reality that if you think about gates there as more generally as dr could be sexual drive drive lost. You know that. isn't that often. What makes people great. What sort of you know why somebody is nice. Not just your average in our personal. No like i have a passion of doing something in the world making a difference if this you know maybe i don't know if we call it sexual identity that is sublimated and me directly. Guess call it. Yates aaron general. You know that sometimes expresses itself sexually and sometimes super interesting. I really liked that. Yeah totally yeah. I think that's absolutely true. The non psychologist of the group is the one who came up with that with that. There's different ways to look at this. I think. I think it's a really really interesting you know and i think to the damara asked why at all or not statement you know. It is in the context of a discussion of yates. There which is not limited to sexual although the often reduces. Yates there to the sort of sexual drive. You know i mean there's a metric that says the God saw on the end of the steak he told about. Oh you know that it was very good so the mavericks has told my. Opiates are horror so so which is a very i had on suggestive mattress so someone if eight needs out needs mostly good. Who's the gates are. Har- is good but the metrics actually says work not for the easter hara. A person wouldn't build a a major building and wouldn't get married so sort of speaks about the value of the eight sarah as very constructive creative force that can of course he does Destructive as well right. It is really interesting that i won't talk about. These people aren't when travelling. I kinda soon to as a couple so to a while to realize eleven couple with the other question also is the rabbi assumes. Let the same women he's attracted to everybody's attracted to like that's fascinating into dog south houston guy would have trouble with anyone at all or just this particular women were in. A plastic case was just like any sort of vaguely attractive woman would be at the our material or was it. This woman in particular amend the assumption that this woman was that for this guy as well as an. I don't take down kind of winding back way. But i find that also a little bit amusing and that goes back to what i was saying about you. Know if you have no exposure to something to limit your exposure some bank. It makes it much more tempting. You know it's like What's expresses miami. Vinnie lights right. Stolen waters will arm our sweeter so were or the worst the tax about that. You don't trust the somebody's not have sex with their fiance david for the wedding. Because but you're not worried about it after the wedding right because hospice was at once. You have a bread in your basket. Brad's by basket. Like there was no description of the or desirability of the woman was almost like from like exactly what you said that for a by being so sheltered the opportunity to be with any woman would have been just such a irresistible temptation. You know so exactly back shit up. Yeah i was about to say like was that by was he. Did he have any outlet here and also what was he doing following this couple like. Why is that his job. Follow up and make sure that they don't send creepy is is her giving itself a certain allowance. Like i'm gonna make sure they don't see him. But the there's something very right You know What's word titillating out. I think you know about the possibility of of what's going to happen. Yeah kind of and it kind of reminds me of rory of the of the student who goes under the bed like listen to his teacher have but never knows that story. Well rejects. i use it all. I
"hara" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"These gentlemen that number on the screen 88888 legal. Your first consultation will be free. Let's get back into the conversation. I know Jennifer had some questions. I always have some questions, right questions for that. Do you think about some questions? I think about that for the attorneys today. Before the break. I I promised that we would talk about some specific scenarios that have come up in the last couple of weeks. Even while these gentlemen were out fishing, we were still busy getting your calls and all receiving all your cases. So Attorney horror. Remember Attorney Hara focuses on all labor disputes all labor cases. We had a case in the office and I mentioned to you during the break that I've seen this happen in other industries, and for example, I've seen it with cleaning people. People that go to someone's house, and they accidentally break something. Okay, maybe a very expensive sculpture or something while they're cleaning or ruin something. I had a cleaning lady that put bleach on tile. But, you know, just destroyed the tile. And whether or not if you're someone that's been working, and during the scope of your employment you accidentally I would hope accidentally break something at your place of work. For example, our production team here if they were to break one of these very expensive cameras, would we be allowed to deduct that camera from their pay attorney Hara and so listen up if you're someone or, you know someone that has worked somewhere where you did something that caused damage to your employer. Heard property and now your employer is attempting to collect on that damage from your pay. In other words, deducted from your pay attorney horror. Can they do that? Not without the employee's consent. I love it the employees they obviously, in certain situations. The employer may have a right to recover something from the employees, but it's not done by simply Grabbing the money from their paycheck unless the attorney unless the employer, Greece Um Typically a lot of these situations. The companies are insured for losses. The company's if it's a supermarket, let's say damaged goods get returned to vendors. So the companies usually a protected typically the response that could be done for once they terminate you because you did a poor job. You crashed the car you damage property on they could ask you to pay it And they could potentially sue you for the damages. If you know there's no way for them to recover. It wasn't insured. You caused a car accident? Yeah, you could probably be held liable, but they can't deduct it from your paycheck. So in this situation, if you are someone that is getting deducted, you should we should give you a call, then. Yes, definitely. I mean, if If you did not consent to the employer taking the money out of your paycheck, it's a problem. What about those tricky consigns? Just like when you buy like one of those products online that every time you click, it's like, I agree. Agree, could have been snuck into a contract at the beginning of the employer employee relationship where it says I consent in the event of any damage. I guess the answer that question is, yes. But typically and most most employers where wage and hour would apply are just applications. And usually when you fill out the application that doesn't Bind you to anything. Now, if you have a unemployment contract, and maybe you're not a way to know where we would have to take a look to see whether the wage in our statue would apply, or we would have to go pursuant to the contract. So like, let's say like I'm a musician. Let's say I damage equipment on stage like I damage a microphone. Uh, how would that kind of work? I'm not, you know their employer. I'm sorry. Yeah, I'm not. I'm not completely right. I'm not their employees. I just came in for one time gig Or how would that work? Look at whatever agreement you have. Typically, third parties are responsible for their own damages that required to have their insurance your own coverage. So in that case, if you were to damage something that belongs to the To the place to the location. Then you may be liable, but still, they're probably not gonna be able to just deduct it unless it's allowed in their contract with you. Do you know just a figure back on Hera. Like you mentioned it. A lot of those things they have insurance for right? So I represent a guy who was driving a forklift literally drove a forklift into inventory destroyed over $100,000 worth of inventory. He got hurt. And he got fired. Well, he called us four months after the fact thinking, Hey, do I still have a worker's comp case? Because I destroyed this guy's inventory. They obviously fired before it. Luckily, he didn't get hit with any kind of Cause that he had to repay. But the answer that question is yes. Even though he was fired for cause he had an accident on the job, and he's entitled to compensation so This dude literally drove a forklift into the inventory. He sustained an injury and he still has a case. You know, he was shocked. He couldn't believe he said, Well, listen, This was my fault. I cause the damage. I've basically hurt. Myself, and that's the beauty about workers. Cop is long as you're at work, even if it's your fault. You have a case. You know we're coming about her next commercial break. But this is the same theme that we talked about last week where we talked with attorney Tricia Would Littlefield regarding the women who have the babies that come out with some sort of brain damage and how they're reluctant to come forward because they think that somehow the child was born this way, because it was their fault. What's that my fault theme? Same thing with workers compensation even if it's your fault, even if there's no doubt that the accident was your fault. Listen to what attorney Rodriguez the same. You still have a rightto worker's comp as long as you were injured on the job, that's right. Well, we do have to come up on another commercial break, but we'll be right back. Don't go anywhere that number on the screen again. 88888 legal. Stay tuned. I know you're home right now asking yourself how How will I pay my rent My mortgage? My bills. My credit card debt. I'm attorney Alexis Garcia with Prada law..
"hara" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"So claim your $5 trial with free shipping right away that number one more time. 1 805 184 90 Calma. Now, Bill you visited this village in Japan, you Zuri Hari or as they call it, the village of long life. I understand the people had unusually high Ate a levels in this village. What did you find when you met? The people is is this is it? Genetic is a dietary. What did you see? Well, I went there again for the second time with translators, photographers. And it was easy to understand without studies without even though the town doctor there Dr Komori has identified Hi Laurent IQ acid. Is the very reason why these people in your Zuri hara exhibit such youthfulness and by the way they have a lady there in her nineties without any aging spots on her skin, Perfect skin, no wrinkles whatsoever. People living into their eighties and nineties. Look a lot younger, and it all became clear when we were there. Now they grow a lot of their own vegetables. And foods right there near their homes, and they have a lot of fresh foods, and sometimes they have a little extra, so they come down. The vegetable market and bring their goods there to be sold. So we were there taking pictures and interviewing people. When 83 year old Mr is she came driving in on his motorcycle. To deliver his vegetables to the fruit market. Pat, Where do we have in the United States? 83 year old driving their motorcycle down to the vegetable market? We don't have it. We followed him. To his home or use up on a 30 ft ladder, trimming a tree. He works in the fields about 4 to 6 hours a day, and he introduced us to his neighbor who was nine years old without a wrinkle on his face. Either of them use reading glasses. And, of course, hey, works about 68 hours out in the fields every day. This was remarkable. I almost felt bad. I was in some sort of a place where the dinosaurs were still living or something. It was so remarkable. These people just exhibit Ah, youthfulness, a flexibility and their joints. Certainly a healthfulness that we just don't see everywhere else. In fact, it was so remarkable that the emperor of Japan actually has visited this village pictures were taken there. You could see them all over the village there as they had posted him. So this had stood out. And, of course, Connie Chung of ABC News. 2020 had gone to visit there in the year. 2000. This was original and television. You could see the actual pictures. For yourself, but the H A revolution has come here path. And of course, we've had three years of use of HK but we could lose people in the science so they want to know what's real Is this for real? Well, it's real. For Tom, who writes to US a pharmacist now from Santa Cruz, California 70 years of age, participating in the hole Y Iron Man contest and Kona, Hawaii this past year. 70 years old, he said. This new H A formula for the joints did a great job. Not certainly a pharmacist would know Here's John writing to me and saying, You know, at age 55 Boy when I tried H A. I'm now back to playing full court basketball with the 20 year old and I've even begun to jog again. These are the kinds of reports That we here. Let me ask you a question here. You mentioned glucose Amine, and there's another one out. There is pretty popular M s m. How does this h a stack up against those other ones? The other ones. You have to take him for a while before you even see any results, and most these air, very positive dietary supplements. They certainly have. Lots of benefits. Glue cost me takes quite a while to kick in. M s them is a wonderful sulfur compound and again it's an anti inflammatory, as are many things like fish oils. These they're all wonderful. But they're not dealing with the origin of the problem. The origin of the problem is the loss of cushioning in the joint. And if we can just replace this if we can find a way to get that cushioning back, that's what we call youthfulness. That's what we had when we were young. Here's David writing to me from New York 25 years looking for something that would help support His lower back. And of course, he said, I can't believe it now, he says. I can't thank you enough for this product. People have tried all the alternatives. They've searched everywhere else path and they haven't heard of hyaluronic acid. Now the reorder rates on H A sort of tell me that things are phenomenal. The product works. The study shows how but what a customer saying What are they telling you candidly? What are they saying? The bill Sarti. If the horse has come back to the trough. There must be good water there. It's amazing to me how people say. Just keep sending this. It's wonderful. It changed my life. Here's Lorraine saying, I can't believe it, but I'm able to run. I love it. Run five miles a day, my skin nails. They're great telling everybody about it. These are online. You can go see some of these comments. Security products has it online where people just log in and tell you these aren't edited in any way. Here's Brent writing. There's no one of purity product made an outlandish claim about H a joint formula. But three days after I started taking it I noticed the difference. This stuff really works. It's your own personal discovery. That's why purity product wants you to have this bottle you call nobody's gonna hound you. You call that number. They're going to send you a bottle of full month supply and you can do it without any risk. You just kick in a few bucks, and you're going to experience this for yourself. Like the people who've written in and said all these wonderful things. There's Harold 85th year, he says. I'm in it says I'm doing very well on H A. Thank you very much. Here's jasmine think my face look moist. And youthful and I'm getting people asking me about what am I taking? Of course you will. Okay, let me do this quickly is I want to get back to the show. Here is the special offer from purity products that Bill's talking about. It's a $5 trial bottle of purity is best selling..
"hara" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"These gentlemen that number on the screen 88888 legal. Your first consultation will be free. Let's get back into the conversation. I know Jennifer had some questions. I always have some questions, right? You got questions for that. Do you think about some questions? I think about that for the attorneys today. Before the break. I I promised that we would talk about some specific scenarios that have come up in the last couple of weeks. Even while these gentlemen were out fishing, we were still busy getting your calls and all receiving all your cases. So Attorney horror. Remember Attorney Hara focuses on all labor disputes all labor cases. We had a case in the office and I mentioned to you during the break that I've seen this happen in other industries, and for example, I've seen it with cleaning people. People that go to someone's house, and they accidentally break something. Okay, maybe a very expensive sculpture or something while they're cleaning or ruin something. I had a cleaning lady that put bleach on tile. But, you know, just destroyed the tile. And whether or not if you're someone that's been working, and during the scope of your employment you accidentally I would hope accidentally break something at your place of work. For example, our production team here if they were to break one of these very expensive cameras, would we be allowed to deduct that camera from their pay attorney Hara and so listen up if you're someone or, you know someone that has worked somewhere where you did something that caused damage to your employees. Heard property and now your employer is attempting to collect on that damage from your pay. In other words, deducted from your pay attorney horror. Can they do that? Not without the employee's consent. I love it the employees they obviously, in certain situations. The employer may have a right to recover something from the employees, but it's not done by simply Grabbing the money from their paycheck unless the theater knee unless the employer, Greece Um Typically a lot of these situations. The companies are insured for losses. The company's if it's a supermarket, let's say damaged goods get returned to vendors. So the companies usually a protected typically the response that could be done for once they terminate you because you did a poor job. You crashed the car You damage property on they could ask you to pay it and they could potentially sue you for the damages. If you know there's no way for them to recover. It wasn't insured. You caused a car accident? Yeah. You could probably be held liable, but they can't deduct it from your paycheck. So in this situation, if you are someone that is getting deducted, you should we should give you a call, then. Yes, most definitely mean if If you did not consent to the employer taking the money out of your paycheck, it's a problem. What about those tricky consigns? Just like when you buy like one of those products online that every time you click? It's like I agree, Agree. Could it have been snuck into a contract at the beginning of the employer employee relationship where it says I consent in the event of any damage? I guess the answer that question is, yes. But typically, most most employers where wage and hour would apply are just applications. And usually when you fill out the application, it doesn't Bind you to anything. Now, if you have a employment contract that maybe you're not a way to know where we would have to take a look to see whether the wage in our statue would apply, or we would have to go pursuance the contract so like, let's say like I'm a musician. Let's say I damage equipment on stage like I damage a microphone. Uh, how would that kind of work? I'm not, you know their employer. I'm sorry. Yeah, I'm not. I'm not simply right. I'm not their employees. I just came in for one time gig. Or how would that work? Look at whatever agreement you have. Typically, third parties are responsible for their own damages are required to have their insurance their own coverage. So in that case, if you were to damage something that belongs to the To the place to the location. Then you may be liable, but still, they're probably not gonna be able to just deduct it unless it's allowed in their contract with you. Do you know just a piggyback on Hera. Like you mentioned her. A lot of those things they have insurance for right? So I represent a guy who was driving a forklift literally drove a forklift into inventory destroyed over $100,000 worth of inventory. He got hurt. And he got fired. Well, he called us four months after the fact thinking, Hey, do I still have a worker's comp case? Because I destroyed this guy's inventory. They obviously fired before it. Luckily, he didn't get hit with any kind of Cause that he had to repay. But the answer that question is yes. Even though he was fired for cause he had an accident on the job, and he's entitled to compensation so This dude literally drove a forklift into the inventory. He sustained an injury and he still has a case. You know, he was shocked. He couldn't believe he said, Well, listen, This was my fault. I cause the damage. I've basically hurt. Myself, and that's the beauty about workers. Cop is long as you're at work, even if it's your fault. You have a case. You know we're coming about her next commercial break. But this is the same theme that we talked about last week when we talked with attorney Tricia would Littlefield regarding the women who have the babies that come out with some sort of brain damage and how they're reluctant to come forward because they think that somehow the child was born this way, because it was their fault. What's that my fault theme? Same thing with workers compensation even if it's your fault, even if there's no doubt that the accident was your fault. Listen to what attorney Rodriguez the same. You still have a rightto worker's comp as long as you were injured on the job, that's right. Well, we do have to come up on another commercial break, but we'll be right back. Don't go anywhere that number on the screen again. 88888 legal. Stay tuned. I know you're home right now asking yourself how How will I pay my rent My mortgage? My bills. My credit card debt. I'm attorney Alexis Garcia with Prada law..
"hara" Discussed on Zen Parenting Radio
"Say something to the effect of i recognize that i can be easily triggered by not being heard. Because that's you know. If i feel like someone's talking over me or completely not listening to what i said. I have a very childlike response. So i take responsibility for that. But then i also say but i want you to know that this thing you said triggered me more than usual so i i. We need to talk about that. And i would say forget about any specific examples if there's a habit that your partner does continuously and you haven't brought it arrested addressed it. They don't know exactly. Or maybe you do it in a passive aggressive way where you're boxing. That person into a corner where they have no no place other than to get defensive than that's talking about the context that's talking about the how you say something and that's where you're you know started out like what is my role and then after you address that the second half of that is. How are you going to deliver this information because if you add it's hard to because usually it happens when you're in a bad mood or something you know your data gary angry angry so that's self awareness. Mindfulness breath work and everything else so But you know step one is take your own responsibility you know. Is this something. That's truly a result of this habit. Whatever this is or is this something inside a you. That's triggering and you're projecting it out on that person and now here's the most important thing you guys. That doesn't say it is yours. Say that you're like wow. I'm so easily triggered by this all the time. And i always have been. That doesn't mean you don't speak up about it because part of spiritual healing and i'm going to use that language in explain to you what i mean is a lot of times what what are their names. The hendrix Hara hendricks wife the work that they've always done for those of you who have read their books..
"hara" Discussed on Horror Soup
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"hara" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"These gentlemen that number on the screen 88888 legal. Your first consultation will be free. Let's get back into the conversation. I know Jennifer had some questions. I always have some questions, right questions for that. I do think about some questions. I think about that for the attorneys today. Before the break. I I promised that we would talk about some specific scenarios that have come up in the last couple of weeks. Even while these gentlemen were out fishing, we were still busy getting your calls and all receiving all your cases. So Attorney horror. Remember Attorney Hara focuses on all labor disputes all labor cases. We had a case in the office and I mentioned to you during the break that I've seen this happen in other industries, and for example, I've seen it with cleaning people. People that go to someone's house, and they accidentally break something. Okay, maybe a very expensive sculpture or something while they're cleaning or ruin something. I had a cleaning lady that put bleach on tile. But, you know, just destroyed the tile. And whether or not if you're someone that's been working, and during the scope of your employment you accidentally I would hope accidentally break something at your place of work. For example, our production team here if they were to break one of these very expensive cameras, would we be allowed to deduct that camera from their pay attorney Hara and so? Listen up. If you're someone, or, you know someone that has worked somewhere where you did something that caused damage to your employer's property, and now your employer is attempting to collect on that damage from your pay. In other words, deducted from your pay attorney. Horror. Can they do that? Not without the employee's consent. I love it the employees they obviously, in certain situations. The employer may have a right to recover something from the employees, but it's not done by simply Grabbing the money from their paycheck unless the theater knee unless the employer, Greece Um Typically a lot of these situations. The companies are insured for losses. The company's if it's a supermarket, let's say damaged goods get returned to vendors. So the companies usually a protected typically the response that could be done for once they terminate you because you did a poor job. You crashed the car. You damaged property on they could ask you to pay it And they could potentially sue you for the damages. If you know there's no way for them to recover. It wasn't insured. You caused a car accident? Yeah, you could probably be held liable, but they can't deduct it from your paycheck. So in this situation, if you are someone that is getting deducted, you should we should give you a call, then. Yes, definitely. I mean it. If you did not consent to the employer taking the money out of your paycheck, it's a problem. What about those tricky consigns? Just like when you buy like one of those products online that every time you click? It's like I agree, Agree. Could it have been snuck into a contract at the beginning of the employer employee relationship where it says I consent in the event of any damage? I guess the answer that question is, yes. But typically and most most employers where wage and hour would apply are just applications. And usually when you fill out the application, it doesn't Bind you to anything. Now, if you have a unemployment contract, and maybe you're not a way to know where we would have to take a look to see whether the wage in our statue would apply, or we would have to go pursuant to the contract. So like, let's say like I'm a musician. Let's say I damage equipment on stage like I damage a microphone. Uh, how would that kind of work? I'm not, you know their employer. I'm sorry. Yeah, I'm not. I'm not important, right? I'm not their employees. I just came in for one time gig Or how would that work? Look at whatever agreement you have. Typically, third parties are responsible for their own damages that required to have their insurance their own coverage. So in that case, if you were to damage something that belongs to the To the place to the location. Then you may be liable, but still, they're probably not gonna be able to just deduct it unless it's allowed in their contract with you. You know, just a piggyback on Hera. Like you mentioned her. A lot of those things they have insurance for right, So I represent a guy who was driving a forklift literally drove a forklift into inventory. Destroyed over $100,000 worth of inventory. He got hurt, and he got fired. Well, he called us four months after the fact thinking, Hey, do I still have the worker's comp case? Because I destroyed this guy's inventory. They obviously fired before it. Luckily, he didn't get hit with any kind of Cause that he had to repay. But the answer the question is yes. Even though he was fired for cause he had an accident on the job, and he's entitled to compensation so This dude literally drove a forklift into the inventory. He sustained an injury and he still has a case. You know, he was shocked. He couldn't believe he said, Well, listen, This was my fault. I cause the damage. I basically hurt. Myself, and that's the beauty about workers. Cobb is long as you're at work, even if it's your fault. You have a case. You know we're coming about her next commercial break. But this is the same theme that we talked about last week where we talked with attorney Tricia Would Littlefield regarding the women who have the babies that come out with some sort of brain damage and how they're reluctant to come forward because they think that somehow the child was born this way, because it was their fault. What's that my fault theme? Same thing. We worker's compensation, even if it's your fault, even if there's no doubt that the accident was your fault. Listen to what attorney Rodriguez the same. You still have a rightto worker's comp as long as you were injured on the job, that's right. We do have to come up on another commercial break, but we'll be right back. Don't go anywhere that number on the screen again. 88888 legal statement. I know you're home right now asking yourself how How will I pay my rent My mortgage My bills. My credit card debt. I'm attorney Alexis Garcia with Prada law..
Advocates Call For Changes In Prisons To Reduce Inmates' Exposure To Coronavirus
"State prisoners have been significantly affected by the coronavirus. At least 220,000 of them have tested positive for covert 19 tight conditions and buildings make social distancing and controlling spread difficult. That is the case in Kansas, which has one of the highest infection rates among state prisons and with access to the vaccine, unclear Advocates are calling for changes to reduce exposure. No mean do you, dean of the Kansas News Service reports. Mary Flowers hasn't seen her daughter, Jordan Fuller, since July. Fuller went to county jail and then in October, she was transferred to the Topeka Correctional Facility. The states on Lee Women's prison. Kansas Prisons haven't allowed visitors since March to prevent the spread of the Corona virus. But that hasn't worked. The virus made its way into the state's prisons in April, 11 inmates and three staff members have died. 5000 inmates in the system have tested positive. It's awful to have a child in there, no matter their age, you know, even when they're 30 throughout the pandemic prisoners and Kansas have said social distancing is basically impossible. Everyone has masks. But not every inmate wears thumb. Not everyone reports their symptoms if they're feeling sick. And people are scared for their health and frustrated by new safety restrictions. Flowers says her daughter has been living in a tent in the prison's laundry building for more than seven weeks until all 60 new arrivals to the prison test negative at the same time. She says her daughter has been tested nine times and has been through four quarantines. They put these women in an impossible situation. You know they're being held where they can't even make it inside the prison. John Wesley O'Hara is a corrections officer at the Topeka facility, he says units go in and out of lockdown when someone gets sick. People still move from building to building and the prison hasn't been disciplining people, so it's hard to enforce mask wearing They were understaffed before the pandemic, But even more officers are out now because they're quarantining taking care of kids are working outbreaks at other prisons. The people who are left sometimes work 16 hour shifts. Harris says he tries to be careful and keeps mostly to himself outside of work. But when his roommate who also works at the prison, tested positive they had to miss Thanksgiving with their families. I had to call my ex wife and tell her I can't see my kids for the next two weeks. This is isolating work. Just by its very nature. Now you had something like this where you actually have to have that physical separation as well and the stress becomes 10 times Greater. The Kansas Department of Corrections declined interview requests. But in a statement, spokesman Randy Bowman said the department is working with officials to follow public health guidelines. Criminal justice advocates have said. That's not enough for months. They've argued the best solution is to release people so they can isolate Lauren Bonds is the legal director of the American Civil Liberties Union of Kansas. She helped sue the state to release thousands of inmates this spring. The suit was dismissed. But the A C L U is working on individual clemency applications for prisoners who are vulnerable to the virus. The only way to make sure that the transmission rates go down is to make sure that people in prisons can observe the same, You know, protocols that we're being told to observe out here in the community Governor Laura Kelly's office says she's still considering the requests. As for a vaccine, health care workers in Kansas prisons and jails will be among the first to receive it. But there's no news on whether inmates or other staff will be
Sahel of a mess: France's impossible peacekeeping mission
"Jihadists are entrenching themselves. Ever further in the suhel continent wide strip of semi arid land just south of the sahara desert. There are former islamic state fighters ousted from the middle east al qaeda associates and a number of ethnic militias. The sahel's hitter ends are far from any city state. Laws don't hold. Public services barely exist last year. Nearly five thousand people died in battles or acts of terror in the region six fold increase on two thousand sixteen. An estimated four million people have fled their homes this week. Sixty world leaders are among those who have gathered online for the paris. Peace forum where the crisis is being discussed. A united nations peacekeeping force has a rim to patrol and to help rebuild the embattled region but most combat missions against the jihadists are led by several thousand french troops. Some of whom are based this gow in mali. Well we arrived in gow by plane then took a french military helicopter which flew at low altitude extremely fast for about an hour to get to this advance base that they've built out there in the middle of the sahel sophie. Better 'cause our paris bureau chief. An extraordinary region absolutely vast nothing in any direction will miss no human habitation. A few acacia trees the occasional goatherd and a tiny settlement. But that's about it and then you arrive in the middle of this dusty zone read colored sand where the soldiers who've made it. All the way from france had just finished a month. Long operation against jihadist. So these were both regular french soldiers but also special forces the most recent of these operations. They killed several dozen jihadists. They seize weapons motorbikes fuel and to one of them just described it. Talk to me that it was intense. There were violent encounters on the ground. This is real proper combat that the french soldiers are engaged in there. And how significant is the french presence in the region. Well the french have over five thousand troops as part of this operation that they called it by far the biggest contributor to any of the operations in the region there is a un peacekeeping operation with over thirteen thousand soldiers but no single country contribute as many as the french do. There are two hundred and fifty british for example due to arrive. Soon there are three hundred and fifty germans there but in effect. What's is obvious. Once you're there is how the real combat operations fall to the french conditions. A tough is extremely hard. The sand everywhere is grueling. And it's risky. How risky last year was the region's deadliest for years. There was a particularly nasty incident at the end of the year when the french lost. Thirteen elite soldiers in a helicopter crash but local soldiers from nizhny. Molly have also been on the receiving end of terrorist attacks. Neo lost seventy one soldiers in one attack than there was another took out fifty from marley. So it's a constant vigilance. And there's a constant sense of vulnerability even for the armed forces operating out there. But why is it that francis chosen to take the lead to to be the country with the greatest presence on the ground. Franz historically has links to the region it is the former colonial power which also causes something a problem now because it gets accused of acting in a sort of neo clooney away and fronts also has permanent military bases out there so it becomes a sort of natural partner for crisis in the past. I think that the french have really tried to change their strategy. This year. emmanuel macron host to summit at the beginning of the year with the leaders of the five signs countries and the idea is to trained share some of the burden to make sure that the french show more supported on the ground by the european countries for example they i saw estonians their swedish officer but also to try and get the regional armies to do a better job themselves and that was very clear in the description that i heard of the operations where they were working really very closely alongside marlon and nigerian forces in some of these operations against the jihadists issue in june macron emphasizes commitment to the operation solo vehicle always mma which party about the the fight against terrorism. But it's also about the return of governance and development for the region in which he wanted to work with local governments that are much closer basis and is that big french presence making any real difference to the levels of jihadist violence in this. Hell when i think it's important to think of it in terms of different regions and where we were so that was in the sort of central new central mari. I spoke to general marquan rate. Who commands the oppression. Can't overall the some offered to trish. She tested in terms of often. You said he was very satisfied with recent operations there. I think the french sense that they've really dealt a blow to what they call a die ashley. Islam state in the greater hara premium capacity results. Iovine underneath the media and the general said they haven't disappeared is but they don't have the same capacity to cause trouble that they did at the end of last year. So i think there is progress in that particular zone where they've been conducting these intense operations. Of course. the problem remains that can operate in one area but they certainly can't operate all over the country and that's where she doesn't remains a big problem and so what prospects for for actually paring back their prisons. I think is incredibly difficult. You know. I think the the french Condemned in a sense to stay in the sahel. The no plans to leave or to withdraw all their forces tool. I mean it's more question of trying to share the burden more the adversity. they're up against these jihadist groups. They are incredibly mobile than a magic they move about on motorbikes and pickup trucks and they can just disappear into the bush in a way. That's for the french forces. It's just makes it very difficult to contain and to target and so it sounds as if the the only option than it is to draw in international help. I mean how. How hard will that be the reds Help on the grounds. The american particular provide ups a crucial intelligence support to the operation. The british operates three shoot. Kelly copters there as well as part of buchan and they if french beccles and troops into combat zones on special forces which is obviously much more declined to start operations but the estonians are there and there are some checks and swedish special forces due to arrive soon so european countries are helping franz. But they aren't at the same time. Exactly lining up to offer these combat troops. And i think franz sometimes feels that. It's doing this job very much alone but the situation you describe is probably not going to be massively changed by a few dozen or a few hundred special forces. Even it's an incredibly difficult situation. The best the fringe show hoping to do is to try and contain the threat to try and secure areas and enable millions to go back to their homes into a more sense of security in some parts of the country. But it's not about defeating the enemy across the entire country. I think that much is clear.
Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity for Nintendo Switch review
"Hara warriors. Age of calamity is a demo out. Intendo switch which is free to download ahead of the launch on november the twentieth much more breath the wild and it's predecessor hyrule warriors nintendo of done a great job of marketing this one as a breath prequel and it's got fans hardtop and are really really look forward to the release. The visuals and mechanics of the game are very breath. The walled with curry tecmo bringing in the sheikha slight abilities like bombs ice magnetism the bio mechanics of horror. Warriors have been mixed in really well here with link and other party members feeling really powerful when you run into battle to mogens and the other enemies are flying in the absolute hundreds really really cold. Seen the game has been sapped as a prequel and as such age of calamity is set one hundred years before breath of the world and we saw games is of this battle in breath of the wild itself with the champions falling battle against calamity. Gannon the snippets. We saw wearing cut scenes and memories and age of calamity looks to finally fill in the blanks for us the various playable heroes in the game including link impo zelda and the champions themselves. I don't play tara warriors previously but the bow system is super fun. Actually i had a lot more fun than i thought. I was going to. If i self against waves of enemies in the hundreds much more than freshness standards zelda game battles take place in a math around haro with a at filled with friendly and enemy does to as pockets of enemies but there's also objectives marked on the map we have to either secure location or takeout big enemy or this some kind of objective in the demo. Batum with guardian. We have to enable these sleeping guards help. Impact and a mini time travelling guardian to there's a variety of attacks including a light attack has a heavy attack and various special attacks. Which also have a cool down as mentioned before you got access to these chic as lite which allows you to use bombs crisis as stacy's too so bombs are really good for destroying a bunch of enemies and also freeze enemies with stasis because smash enemies off into the distance which as as it was in breath awad age of calamity battles film and the characters. You play already different to his easy to switch between characters during batteries in the deep end so impo in particular is very powerful as she can make duplicates of 'self and seldom makes creative use of the sheiks like but she doesn't feel quite as powerful as the other two characters. I played infamy is the most fun definitely. Give her a try. I'm looking forward to playing as the champions in particular dirac so related to the narrative. The game there's a mini guardian. The can travel through time and he appears to be in. Jairo costs sometime in the future and hops into a wormhole to escape a big guardian. The narrative is super interesting as you pretty much the fate the champions link and zelda similar to star wars rogue one tragedy does a white the how we get there is going to be full of twists and turns at first. I wasn't really sure about this. Release not having played the other titles dynasty warriors or hira warriors. I wasn't ready tissue about this. Zelda spinoff but the fact that nintendo has given arguably the talk name to a third party says a lot which know downton. We'll be across much more than ever before and the great thing about the demo is you can jumping without having to make expensive commitment science clemency job in its hands command in november with loads of behaviors around it plus new consoles. But this is definitely something. Nintendo fans are gonna be checking out over the holiday season. So i'd say if you're on the fence pick up the demo and give it a try. I for one have been persuaded a can't wait to jump in come november the twentieth.
Ivory Coast elections: Voters go to the polls amid opposition boycott
"On in Ivory Coast rather now President Alison Ouattara has taken a commanding early lead in elections there, in which he ran for a controversial third term Now the polls boycotted by the main opposition parties, who described it as a failure. Several people were killed and many others injured in clashes on polling day. Let's totally on the pier. A journalist in Abby John, Welcome to Newsday. Let's talk about the vote. First of all, you know, what are we seeing? In the vote count on when could we expect a result? Morning. Clear? Well, the streets of Abby John all very, very tense. Thiss morning as vote counting continues across the country, while we had expected that they would announce possibly final results in the early hours off this morning, but just after 7 p.m. last night They decided to suspend the announcement ofthe votes because thie site had crashed where they were violating a ll the results during the course Ofthe yes today. So now we expecting results to be partial results to again be starting start to be announced from about 4 P.m. this afternoon and possibly final results by later tonight's but of course it is. A moving target and awaiting more details from the electoral Commission. And the opposition saying Don't bother counting them because we need a civil transition because you know he shouldn't be running anyway. Thiss. This extension of his power is unconstitutional. Tell us what they're saying. That is exactly what they saying They had a press conference on the day off the votes. We there already alluded to that. But then, yesterday afternoon, they decided to call the media again and had a lengthy press conference where they say that they do not accept the 1 October vote. They do not accept President Alison What's Hara as the president that he's mandate E second man it has now ended. He does not have the constitutional right for a third mandates and They will have called for a transition government. They haven't given any details off what that may look like. But it is a united opposition call for this thiss transition civil transition because they made that very clear to civil transition governments that they are calling for in the wake off Saturday's elections, which they do not recognize. How likely is that what is expected to happen next? It remains unclear exactly what that will mean. You, of course know that even though two off the full candidates that had been vying for the presidency had called on the supporters to boycott the votes. There, of course, was still on the ballot papers. As results are coming in, you can actually see where they've also got in support with their supporters, in fact, without a vote in any case, even though they had called him Teo call them them to boycott the vote, so we will see results coming in, and I think the opposition themselves a waiting to see what kind of support that they were getting a cz. Well, they've called in the supporters to continue the campaign of civil disobedience. So unlike Cletus, as the results started coming in, and, of course, onto the proclamation on the results for violence to to increase In the opposition stronghold in the centre of the country in the capital, Young Sutro government has put in a three day curfew to try to stem the violence that we've seen in recent in recent days have been skirmishes between opposition parties on baby. No deaths reported the as yet, but it's something that's a government and security forces will try to avoid in that area. Thank you for the update The Andy
Lemur Flirting Uses Common Scents
"Preparing for a date a human might use a small spritz of Cologne or perfume and male ring tailed. Lemurs also splash on some Cologne. To impress the females the only difference is they secrete their own sense from glands near their wrists and during the breeding season males rub the secretions from their wrists onto their tails and then waived the tails near females. Researchers actually called. This behavior stink flirting. Biologists already knew that. Lemurs have scent glands and that they use them to communicate their social rank or to identify their territories. Scientists also knew that sometimes males use their scent glands as part of a dominance display against potential rivals but nobody had really looked to see whether the females were relying on the male sense as part of their mate selection process nobody until Kazushi Gate so Hara biological chemist at the University of Tokyo working at a Wildlife Laboratory. He and his team collected the secretions from male ring tailed. Lemurs risk lands twice a month for several years in an email described. The mail sent as fruity and floral. The researchers identified three chemical compounds in the secretions that were in higher concentrations during the breeding season which suggested that these chemicals all of which are long chain. Fatty aldehydes might be involved in mating and reproductive behaviors after identifying the three compounds the researchers so cotton balls in a variety of smelly substances then offered them female ring tales and the Lady. Lemurs spent more time sniffing cotton balls our infused with the three aldehydes especially during the breeding season. More research is necessary to be sure but so Harris says this is the first time. A sex fare. Ramon has potentially been identified in a primate the findings in the journal current biology. Well none of these three compounds yet been identified in the secretions of any other primate. They have been found in lamble their presence implies that these substances must help newborn sheep recognize their mothers and one of the chemicals also acts as a sex pheromones in two different types of insects. Which means that these kinds of long chain fatty aldehydes are likely used widely throughout the animal kingdom for Social Communication? No wonder they're often using the colognes perfumes. We humans pay through the nose for
Drink Less In 7 Days; Georgia Foster
"Pay Mindful tribe. I think today's interview will be something really is connected to a lot of our hopes and wishes and desires. It's about mindset. It's about being present. It's about being still just understanding how we can control our habits our thoughts today. I Have Georgia with the. I Have Georgia Foster Georgia. Are you in mindfulness mode? Today I am very much. So that's wonderful upping in that moment. Yeah me too. Georgia foster is a world leading therapist and she specializes in overdrinking behavior as well as anxiety and self esteem and other issues too but she has courses called drink less and her drink less courses have a very high success rate of ninety five percent of attendees report reduced alcohol consumption so that is incredibly high and she also has a new book where she shares the secrets of her success. And we'll talk about how she does this and what this is all about as we get into this interview but first of all. Let's talk about mindfulness. And what does mindfulness mean to you? Well for me. It's the Overseas about being present but there are many different ways of doing that. One of the things. I have triplet boys so when I had my children. I haven't you join six and obviously being the my was very important to me. Because I didn't expect to go on that journey and for all the Times that I'm rushing hero. Doing that is like I just want to be present with. Children Beget about my work and my outside life. That's one way I like being present and another way read love. Being President is with hypnosis. I'm very Hara Beleaguering hypnosis to me that you know. I'd love if we have time to talk about the psychology training and the different personality traits of drivers out of being in the moment. But we do know that when we're in that space when not so scared when not so fretful about life so for me. It's very important to a in the moment and been that. Mindfulness face swimming doesn't fully to. I'm a swimmer. So I love getting in the pool and guns at lovely meditative state and I just feel so much better when I get out of the. That's wonderful. Well let's talk about how we move away from that state of being present because that does happen in our society in our lives. Will I believe that will made up of many parts of sub personalities and there's one particular personality trait called the in a critic and the critic is the part that says? What did you say that yesterday to that personal? What did you drink so much last night or you know. You haven't got enough in your pension plan. Everybody else is going to retire more than you know. Sooner than you into the inner critic is the pot within that takes us away from being present is always talking about the past all future now we know I mean the nearest scientists who understand the power. Hypnosis is that when we're in that state we are in a vulnerability state and when you feel vulnerable. You know feel anxious you want to over eat or drink or you know make bad decisions all of those things so we do know that being a critic is the part of the mind that does full warn us about something. Catastrophic may happen but it only is based on stories is not based on truth so one of the ways I love to work with. People is if you want to be present if you want to understand that. Nobody has a crystal ball including the critic. Being present is one of the greatest gift you can give yourself and hot of my work And I say to people if you're not a drinker it's just having that sense of Self-worth you know have a sustained program talking about you. Can't you can plan for your future. Positively but to listen to critic who main that you will be scared about making decisions you'll be scared about making change and we neither we only progress through making change. Whether it's you know situations we create or whether they are created for us so being in a in the presence and means that you Trusting more nutrition to get things done rather than you constantly having to think about doing it. Well let's talk about your drink less program and how this works because you know I usually hear about programs where you know you stop drinking. Or You quit drinking entirely. Tell us the thinking behind your teachings. Yeah well I had a clinic in London for twenty two years and corporate clients and they were coming to see me with stress anxiety sleep issues and then as Georgia. I think I drink too much and I'm like well. Yeah we do know that there are many people out them in one in six Americans actually binge drink so am talking about people who are fully functioning. Parents Retirees Very successful people when talking pop benches here and I think what's important to note that type of drinking on talking about is about people who need to go to a we're talking about this very big middle ground of drinkers. Who are drinking in the home. It goes under the radar statistics And these people know that they drink too much at the doctor have to reduce so what we know is that the mind is adaptable. Change if you give it the right resources and hypnosis which is the same as meditation. It's the same. Brain activity is a great way to train the mind to Tina that in a critic because critic is the pop that drives us to drink a what we know about. Alcohol is alcohol produces dopamine people not getting addicted to the alcohol. They getting addicted to the dopamine that alcohol producers in the brain. So what I'm saying is if you all right I can show you that you have a mind that can make that change and if you use a lot of people have really crazy. Busy work lives and the mccollum high and that is bold and they drink because they just bored. Because we know when we're bored we think negativity right so you know when we drink. The critic goes away so people are feeling that sense of reprieve from negative thinking stresses and strains and everything's Fine. Now the morning comes and then all of a sudden being a critic back and life back and people go oh already feel. I need to have a drink. And then what necessarily have a drink. Ben That stirrings through the day. We'll stop this very difficult but be who worried about the drinking alcohol days for example though I helped people buddy to become before they drink to do with what is going on in their lives before they drink the need to drink to get that space and that's exactly pot of being in the mindful space was was great to meet you because my my audience need to train them. Mind to be in a space. That's nothing to do with alcohol. I write and do the same concepts. Apply to cannabis. Use the same thing it's about it's about escaping your to. It could be food to Major. We know sugar producers of Maine. They all have their neuro parkway connections and. I think that's the point is that we know that we out a new pathway Born with the same amount but some very worn. Some very well walked. And if you have a drinking or drug issue or food issue guaranteed that you'll mind has habitually trained so when you feel any little niggle or tickle fear or self doubt your mind was that Oh get me the drugs. Give me the food. Get the booze what I'm saying. She can change that brain connection that neural pathway. To go to a healthy one.
Pérez de Cuéllar, Peruvian two-term UN chief, dies at 100
"Former U. N. secretary general Javier Perez de Cuellar has died in Peru he was one hundred years old the BBC's Patricia Golding reports at the quay are served as U. N. chief for most of the nineteen eighties have a parents to quit with the quintessential diplomat he represented Peru in several countries before being appointed to the ultimate diplomatic office as the U. N.'s fifth secretary general had barely taken office so he became an intimate in the Falklands conflict between Britain and Argentina he interceded in disputes in Cyprus in Weston so Hara and secure the Soviet withdrawal from Afghanistan during the latter part of his tenure the Cold War ended leading to greater international cooperation of the U. N. something that Mr Peres to quiet had long worked towards the B. B. C.'s Patricia Golding
Truth vs. Lies; Teeth
"To pants on. Fire the game show where kids choose between the clean and strong Enamel Komo of truth. And the Media Rosen of lies. I'm your host Deborah Goldstein and in the studio today is our sound Effects Robot Lisa which fans live in studio audience to multiple the total fooled by three. Why are you doing math? I just introduced you. Yes I know live and Studio Yada Yada Yada. I am busy calculating how many vacation days I've earned so I can take a trip to Nigeria to meet my new friend of the prince. Wait a minute would you say I've earned three weeks vacation days. I need lots of time off. The prince wants to show in his palace in his private yacht and his chocolate factory. I promise you'll be able to take lots of vacation but you may not want to go to Nigeria. After we have a little talk about scammers ars so in the meantime don't put any flights and please just tell us how our game works. Every week we bring onto grownups. One is an expert the other UH wait for it. You're going to be scared. You're going to be confused a liar and it's the job of a human child to help us figure out who was soon because no one can spot. What a liar better than a kid? We are lying about teeth hard. Bony structures in the jaw that humans used for chewing and animals animals also use as weapons Lisa. How're robot teeth made? I'm glad you asked robot. Teeth are made from carefully carved coursing and they are programmed to grow until they fall out and then we leave our baby robot teeth under our pillows for the robot tooth fairy. WHO takes our teeth in exchange for a shiny China transistor? Wow that's kinda like humans except we usually get treated or cash in exchange for our baby teeth super weird. You don't get transistors no we. We don't don't get we don't think so. We're going to find out more about teeth in a little bit but first why don't you introduce. Our contestants are human child contest. I is an eight year old. WHO LOVES MOROCCAN COOKIES WITH MINT? Tea Zohar Tar Hara. Welcome to tire I are you. Are you good good. I am well. Thank you for asking that so polite. So I understand from the introduction that you like Moroccan cookies. What a Moroccan cookies tastes like? They're kind of plain. But then when you have them with minty taste really good because you get to diplocay thin the not so you would recommend that combination. We should probably take twenty or thirty minute break and a bunch of cookies. I thought you were going to say we should go to Morocco. Oh So oh you know what I have to go to Nigeria Morocco's nearby no definitely not We want to know more fun. Facts about user Hara okay. But we're going to do do it with a game that we call to truth and ally. Are you ready. You're gonNA tell three facts but two of those facts are going to be true and one is going to be a lie and we you have to guess which one is the lie okay. Let's see how good she is at this all right so hot. Tell us your three facts. I lived in Mexico Co for months for one I have three dogs and I've swing in a slide in my room in your bedroom. Okay WanNa believe that. You're the playground in your room but it does seem unlikely. So what do you think. I just don't think that anyone would need dogs. Three's too many because the one dog like I love you feel emotionally interesting logic. Alright Zohar which one of those spags is a lie. I don't have played on because of dog wouldn't know how to feel note. That is not. Why do you have any dogs? No you don't have any any dogs only to have. The dog died this year. I'm so sorry to hear that last year. What was your dog's name not Moti? I'm sorry to hear about Moti but if you're out there watching from above moti this shows for you so Zohar out. We're about to start a game. But what do you know about teeth. Do you have any yes S.. Do you know a lot about teeth a little bit. Yeah just a little. Do you brush your teeth. You Hug your teeth now. Say It's important to hug your teeth. Who says that the tiny dentists? I got a tiny dentists and go in your mouth and hugs not no. I don't think that's true. You can find them in tiny any dentist dot com. Our first expert is Dr Natasha Matthias. Please introduce yourself Heisel Hi Sahara. My Name is Dr Natasha Matthias and I am a dentist for kids. Thank you TASHA. Let's meet our second expert. Dr Benjamin Engine Circus Benjamin. Please use yourself Heizo Hara. I'm Ben or Dr Ben I'm an orthodontist and I'm here to answer any questions you I love. Thank you very much shuts. It sounds like you've been brushing up on your sound files lease that same file as always but okay. Okay okay thank you. Yes that's when we put our experts on the hot seat while they answer questions. Lisa who should we put on the hot seat. I Dr. You're Benjamin Circus. Because he likes to party does He. Yeah I mean his first name has been jamming. He's been Jaman and I'm sure he's never heard that before or Zohar. What is your first question for? Dr Ben what's the hardest part of your job. That's a great question and I think the hardest part of my job is that people don't like coming into my office. Oh it's probably because all the mouth pain no I think that's a pretty big misconception. As an orthodontist what I like to do is try and make people comfortable with the process because most of what we're doing is trying to help ensure for it could hurt sometimes and sometimes it may not feel the best but we want people to enjoy their smile when they leave so for us. It's really important. Wouldn't that you actually like coming in so for me. It's hard that people are afraid of the dentist or afraid of going to their orthodontist. Yeah that would be difficult to have a job where people are afraid of you unless issue like people to be afraid of you right Lisa you have that job. I'm pretty new dimmer. No you are not. Don't tell people that poking me okay so hard you have another question yet on. This is for both of them actually okay. What our teeth made of dreams? So t the made of very hard calcified material almost similar to your bones there are several ever layers in your teeth. The hardest layers on the outside and that's called in a mall and that is the only part of your body that Khan freely repair itself. Your bone can repair itself the next layer within that the Denton database itself as well and then the very inside site. The core of your tooth is what most people call the root canal. Adad is where the blood and the nerve lies though if that is in some way affected affected. That's when you get a toothache can be most of what doctrines Tasha said is true but actually isn't the hardest layer of if your teeth. It's actually one of the softest see part of the reason. Animal can't repair itself as well. Rested twos is made out of calcified bone and you have a calcium based the enamel layer actually has an arrogant bay. So that's a little bit harder to repair but it's a softer material sting. All right right so hard. You have some more questions this Dr Ban Have you ever been bitten or like her at work or something. I have many times. surreally these kids. No that's not true so I wish I could say that I hadn't but unfortunately I have had some pretty Negative experiences so part of my job as an orthodontist is to put braces on people right. You know have braces. Yeah and when you do that a lot of time before you put the braces on you have to take a mold of the patient's mouth so that you can make sure you outfit. The braces the best way possible and that mold is basically putting silly putty in your mouth and so sometimes different patients don't like the procedure which is called an opt to Laka uh-huh and when you put the mold in their mouth they might gag or by or not feel
Two K-Pop Stars Sentenced to Prison for Rape
"Let's move on out to South Korea because I called her time to pop stars guilty of several sexual offenses including gang rape June June young and trade Jong hoon were both convicted of raping a number of unconscious women young also secretly filmed the attacks and distributed the footage he's been sentenced to six years in prison tray was jailed for five they've been calls for tougher sentences to deal with what's been described as an epidemic of spy cam crimes and the public outcry for women in South Korea also corresponded lower because be looking into this profession tell me about the reaction to today's convictions well the judge and said that at Chung had specially had raped women who were drunk and unable to resist he filmed the new teeth filled them having sex and then spread it on a group chat and he went on to say that he couldn't imagine the pain the victims might have felt the same day at least her and that he was viewing the victims as a tool for his pleasure no he has expressed regrets where as at Changzong Foon and he was sentenced to five years has no alt and he continues to deny being parts all of this rape culture however when it comes to the sentencing women fail certainly that if the sentences are slightly too lenient that the courts don't see sex crimes and takes sex crimes seriously enough a number of women have said that on lines it to a needed another digit ID it should have been sixty years not six years however it does drag were very hidden crime at into the public and this is something that we've been investigating for sometime earlier this year we faint date that this was happening in clubs in gang them in other parts of soul and that women were being routinely drugged and raped in fact some men were paying two hundred three hundred thousand pains to choose the women from a dance floor how for drugs and taken to a nearby hotel room to he raped what about why the society is it taking these crimes more seriously women feeling more able to speak out about these things well when it comes to these crimes yes it has had an impact in the last couple of years there has been a growing ME two movements and since this the death of the K. pop superstar goo Hara he to come when life earlier this week more women have been coming forward saying that there needs to be more done to deal with the likes of spike hammer crimes and sex comer crimes at we've been finding out if the sentences are too lenient and if these calls are having the effect of these women would
Goo Hara, K-Pop Star of Group Kara, Is Found Dead
"Starring TV celebrity goo Hara had been found dead in her home in South Korea we see the twenty eight year old was found by a friend and called for help or made her debut in two thousand eight as a member of the girl group