35 Burst results for "Healy"

New York Times: Throw Your Feelings About Trump Into a Blackhole

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:15 min | 2 weeks ago

New York Times: Throw Your Feelings About Trump Into a Blackhole

"I've been impressed that the mainstream media treated Trump's announcement last night as the bona FIDE news story that it is. I just had a feeling they mock it and they did largely. The New York Times, The New York Times, wants people to take their feelings and put them into a black hole so that Trump can stop living rent free in their heads. I'm not kidding you. I told Joey hutchin about it this morning in South Carolina. He said, you're making that up. Oh no, I'm not. New York Times Patrick Healy deputy opinion editor. How are you feeling today about Donald Trump? Now he's back in our lives as a presidential candidate. We had an idea. My colleagues and I came up with an idea at The New York Times. Why not take all of our thoughts, feelings, obsessiveness, and distraction that Trump inspires and cash them into our own black hole? Could that little act give us some of our emotional energy and brain space back? Oh yeah, they've devised a black hole as a link that you should plant your feelings about Trump's return. I kid you not.

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A Look at Gubernatorial Polls With Charlie Pierce

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:52 min | Last month

A Look at Gubernatorial Polls With Charlie Pierce

"Speaking of electorally, there's a glitter of hope you retweeted that chuck grassley's and it's statistical tie. Someone tweeted, I was gonna go blue, blue tsunami incoming and you just said, hello. Yeah, I mean, yeah, this is a race that nobody's noticed. Right. Right. And you know, I wonder, the guy who's running against, by the way, his name, Mike Franken. Yeah. And I'm wondering how many people in Iowa think they're voting for Al Franken. That's fine. You know, seriously. And it's life and death for old chuck and he's not, you know, he's built for comforting and built for speed. He's not built for the home stretch right now. Yeah. So who knows? I mean, I mean, I think you're going to, I think what you are going to see is a lot of split ticket voters. Yeah. Yeah. For example, I think in Iowa, Kim Reynolds is probably going to get reelected governor. But grassley could lose. Yeah. Whitmer's going to win. You know, I think the democratic gubernatorial candidates are in great shape. Do you? I hope so. Tony Evers in Wisconsin, I'm sending novena upwards for, but I think a lot of them, I think a lot of them are going to survive more Healy's going to win, you know, from here or there in Massachusetts, not the typical of anything. Right. Right. But you know, I guess it is astounding that statistical speaking of statistical ties, Herschel Walker. Has gone up despite all these allegations. I don't believe any of the polling out of Georgia. I really don't. Nobody's been able to predict Georgia correctly for about ten years now. Yeah. I think that there's a whopping big vote down there who doesn't want to be represented in Congress by, you know, inarticulate doof.

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Naomi Osaka Offends Swahili Speakers

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:45 min | 5 months ago

Naomi Osaka Offends Swahili Speakers

"Naomi Osaka, the kind of player who is just a real big pain in the ass. I like to fire up cross court shot of her face, Naomi Osaka announced last week that she's partnered with LeBron James company Spring Hill to start a new media company. A media company from the girl who doesn't want to talk to the media. And you explain that to me? Naomi Osaka expressed the hope that it would produce TV shows and documentaries and branded content. Again, this is the fraud who doesn't like attention thrust on her. This is the woman who had to step away from competitive tennis for her mental health sake. She said, and then she went on to do a few magazine covers and went to the Met ball in New York City, dressed like a fucking peacock with feathers in her hair. Don't believe anything she says. Now get this, the name of a new venture, she called it Hannah kuma, what she said means flower bear in Japanese. Hold that, hold it because it didn't take long for the Japanese Haitian Osaka to discover, oh, that phrase has another meaning in Swahili in Swahili. I'm not even sure why we care about this Swahili content, but it's why Healy it translates to women with that of a giant. Let's not forget there are 200 million people who speak Swahili, which is the majority of East Africa. So dozens of losers on Twitter in Africa piled on her and they begged her, they urged Osaka to this reconsider that name. They called it offensive. Of course they did. Of course they did. Everybody's offended now by something.

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"healy" Discussed on The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast

The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast

02:08 min | 8 months ago

"healy" Discussed on The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast

"Referee sui and I never really got along because he had a big opinion and I had an opinion of his opinion. So that never really meshed well. And as a linesman, Kevin Collins and I never, ever, ever got along. And I'm using Norma's, right? Really tall. But, you know, because I'd go take a face off, you have so much more interaction as a centerman with the linesman than you would with an official with a ref. And so yeah, he and I, that didn't. That didn't start well. Age well and well, none of it. That's terrific question from Ryan white. Thanks to all of you. Check in on ask gray and Drake's anything. Reminder to check out ray and Drake's social challenge for rapid fire. It's presented by Ken tech footwear and orthotics, keeping you active on your feet for life, a little bit later this week. We'll have another episode of rapid fire. So you're recording this Thursday from Tirana, the leafs and the jets, and your travel schedule is a little bit chaotic over the next few days. Yeah, this is dicey. I would say this is dicey. So Wednesday, I flew from home, Vancouver, east, to Toronto. The game tonight, Thursday, Friday, I fly back to Denver for the game Saturday afternoon for ABC. Sunday, I fly from Denver to Fort Lauderdale for the game Tuesday, Toronto is at Florida. And then Wednesday, I fly back to Vancouver. And then Friday, I go back to Pittsburgh, perfect smooth sailing break. Well, look at all those points that you're honestly, but Drake's, I'm getting points. I'm collecting them. I don't go anywhere. No, your son was a kid. Sure, Matt, sure, Landon. I'm sure I do. And then they go on vacation. Glad to help. Well, safe travels, my friend, as always, another fun episode. Yeah, thanks, Drake. Good to see you back in from the beach. I'm sure you enjoyed it. Time to grind till the end of the year. No question, need some sleep..

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"healy" Discussed on The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast

The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast

05:05 min | 8 months ago

"healy" Discussed on The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast

"Absolutely. Pleasure to be on your show. Anytime and the next time we should do a ray Ferraro roast. And honestly, if I was to give ray any bit of advice, you know, so when ray would always have a special gift for his partner, whatever he was on the team. So he made, you know, Hartford. He wore number 33. Beautiful, made out of diamonds, fantastic. We didn't do that in the helios. We didn't go for those gifts. Yeah, and then he went to another team and changed to number 20. Just a tip rate. Why do you keep the same freaking number? And you wouldn't have to get a gift every time he changed to a new team. Then tried to cut one. The only play 20 some years, you know, he had like missed your teeth for a wife. Number 30, older done. Anyways, we'll have a roast with rain next time. I'm all up for it. I can imagine that would be a real positive. That'd be a real positive day for me. I can hardly wait. Yeah. We'll keep you on TV for sure. He'll fight, buddy. And we'd like to raise a glass of that pure pristine 44 year old CC to Glenn Healy for joining us from the NHL alumni on episode 27 of The Rain dregs hockey podcast presented by our friends at Canadian club whisky. 44 year old release is available now everywhere. And I think anybody who is a regular to the Rand regs podcast would appreciate that heals would enjoy. A nice glass of 44 year old CC. He's that kind of guy, right? Terrific. Terrific storyteller, but in this whole surprise you, more than a few general managers came up to me after heals presentation on Monday. And said he was terrific. Just off the charts terrific. Only because it's all database, right? And he acknowledged as.

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"healy" Discussed on The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast

The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast

04:18 min | 8 months ago

"healy" Discussed on The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast

"And there's a bunch of autographs that say two, whatever the person's name was, good luck, F you, Glenn Healy. So if you see one of those articles, they win the bar that day. I had to buy them a drink. I think it was over a $1000 for the and if I didn't, it was bad luck. Yeah, you can't do that. We had enough bad luck with the rangers by burning the mortgage to the Stanley Cup in 1940. We didn't need me ringing the same bell. It was in the garden back in 1940 and not paying for a round. Okay. I got it back off the way, though. I went to his wedding and, you know, with the legion bartenders in the sandwiches and, you know, everyone from the dishes and, you know, I think I got at least $30 back in my free.

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"healy" Discussed on The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast

The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast

05:43 min | 8 months ago

"healy" Discussed on The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast

"He played you a lot, didn't he? As I remember. Played every game. Parts of every game. If I didn't start, I maybe got in for a shift. Maybe I got changed goalies on the fly he would have all that. Yeah, that was a year of taking it to the limit, right? In every way. Now, we had a great team with the islanders. It really was a great team. We went and played Pittsburgh and the great pass ray Ferraro to David Bullock and we beat Pittsburgh penguins who were dynasty in overtime in game 7, fantastic year for all of us. I kind of knew it was going to come to an end when we had our yearend party at that great restaurant in Long Island and pat flatley walked up to the owners. Al arbor called them the forehead and his horsemen. I don't know really what that meant, but he didn't really like him very much. And after David scored that overtime goal game 7, the owners came down and they were just so celebratory at the bus that we'd actually, you know, we beat and Al kind of looked at the owners and said, well, what do you think of David F and volok now? They wanted to trade him. Well, there you go. But when gladly at our yearend bash wrote down my contract demands, which worked great and gave it to the owners and he crumpled it up and threw it at me. I knew at that point, that's body weight. Totally like. So I'm probably going to find myself somewhere else. And you know, if you're going to land anywhere, it probably was right across the bridge, the New York rangers who were great team with massier clearly underperformed. But it was ironic that year, we were the ones to beat the rangers out of the playoffs. The game at Madison Square Garden and overtime game, I think Tony Monti and Kevin Lowe collided. I think pure turjan, or maybe you race Gordon over time. And there we go. We make the playoffs. And I was happen to be one of the stars and went on the ice gloves off, fans, they hate the islanders hate us. Booing like crazy because here we were. They're out. We're in. And I'm flipping all the fans, the bird. As I'm going to talk to them. What was before you could get suspended for any of this stuff, right? Who's got a camera and hardly watched during the game, let alone in the star selection, and then the very next year Benedict Arnold was wearing a ranger sweater. So talk transition considering where I put myself, but it was a pretty damn good finish. And you know what, for all of us, we started each year hoping that that was what we were going to accomplish at the end of the year. But it's a darn hard trophy to win. And it was right to the end with us with Vancouver. So nothing was taken for granted. Now, Drake, you may know this from your dealings with heels and traveling around, but he's pretty frugal. It's a big part of its life. So the rangers Glenn goes to the rangers, they knock us out in the first round. They made us play all four games. They should have ended it after three. It was such a mismatch. They just crushed us..

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"healy" Discussed on The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast

The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast

04:13 min | 8 months ago

"healy" Discussed on The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast

"I think the evolution of the power play is another. And the last reason is, I don't know, I'm sure someone will have plenty of examples, but I don't know that there's been a time where we've seen so many high end point producers from the blue line. Now don't support the rush, they lead the rush. They don't they're not a secondary scoring option. They're a primary scoring option. I mean, kale mccart might get 30 goals this year. Adam Fox, Victor hedman, Roman yossi, these guys are having monster ears from the blue line. And there's more of them around the league. I think all those things kind of compute to more goals in a game. All right, a couple of other items from the GM meetings, and then we'll wrap up headlines here for episode 27. No trade clauses. This is likely already been agreed to whereby the NHL and the Players Association. Now, independently of one another, we'll have a copy of every player's no trade clause protection, right? Moving forward, all new contracts. And on off scenario and what happened and central registry didn't have the list, all of these things. And then the idea of a playoff cap. So the salary cap doesn't end game 82 of the regular season. Some form of cap would also cover and navigate how general managers is a team in the playoffs. For those who aren't aware, you should be anyway. Right now, game 82 ends. You don't have a salary cap on the playoffs. I mean, the dap lightning want to stand the company kucherov is out for the year. It comes back to the playoffs. Essentially, they had close to a $100 million salary roster, you know, during that playoff run. So why offer two thoughts on both of those starting with the no trade clauses? We would all surprise the PA and the central registry department of the NHL didn't have those lists had no idea. I'm like, oh, the heck would they not have these lists? Like to me, that was dregs out with that's a surprise as I've been in a long time. I'm like, how could something so essential to a trade and a player's movement in the league and central registry in the PA don't have copies? I was blown away..

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"healy" Discussed on The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast

The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast

02:52 min | 8 months ago

"healy" Discussed on The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast

"Powered by Gogo sports and in partnership with TSN. This is season three, there's episode 27 of The Rain drags hockey podcast and as always it is presented by our title sponsor Canadian club wispy..

Defendant: Ahmaud Arbery 'trapped like a rat' before slaying

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

Defendant: Ahmaud Arbery 'trapped like a rat' before slaying

"A police investigator testified in Georgia in the murder trial of three white men accused of killing a black man Ahmad armory Glynn county police sergeant Roderick no Healy told the jury he spoke to one of the three Greg McMichael a few hours after our Bree was killed big Michael told him our brief wasn't out for a Sunday jog and recognized him from security camera video inside a neighboring home under construction he was trapped like a rat I think he was wanting to flee and you realize that something you know he was not going to get away from court TV the defense claims the three were legally justified in chasing and trying to detain armory because they reasonably thought he was a burglar prosecutors say our break was an avid runner who lived in the neighborhood like Michael also told no hilly this guy was he was in good shape I'm at Donahue

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"healy" Discussed on Mason Vera Paine

Mason Vera Paine

03:56 min | 1 year ago

"healy" Discussed on Mason Vera Paine

"What's more extreme circumstances as another term to that. I have no idea what this is shadow inventory. I heard that word being thrown around a little bit. But i never heard of it. What is shadow inventory. Imagine as a proper you wanna buy that you know was going to come on the market. You can't buy yet. So it's the stock of housing that has not been placed on the real estate market. Yet where maybe it's going through a process with the bag humidity's that have the finalize the foreclosure process zombie for poser process. Whatever the term of the time but you don't have access to it yet so it's like kinda end the limbo phase in purgatory phase. Where you can't act on it but it'll be there eventually. Is there a way to fix that. The zombie foreclosures and the shadow inventory are these issues that need to be fixed through legislation. Do you believe. I mean probably acts you're dealing with banks and the thing about banks is unemotional. And you know if anybody's gone through the process. I i think one of the most painful situations as a real estate agent is represented a buyer purchasing foreclosure. And i've had delays literally up to almost two years where the banks are just gonna be. Okay sorry it's five. Oh one on a friday. I live in cincinnati on. Never gonna meet you. I'm not giving you my cell phone number talk to you on monday. So i think the regulations already kind of set in place. We have to just at the play by their rules and again. Everyone's worried about foreclosure crisis coming up. I don't think it's going to happen across the country but the people that are in trouble are really the ones that shouldn't have bought in the first place. And i think that's that's just the lesson it'd be an adult and we're gonna see this to a different kind of scale but you know as far as the process is influence legislation. This is how it's been it's ruled. and we're gonna see this to a different kind of scale but you know as far as the process is influence legislation. This is how it's been it's ruled. It's you know people have to buy now that we're seeing it in relative groves. Were just going to become more educated even if we're not you know firsthand experiencing and we're talking with ceo. Owner of the rogers really company arrived. Healy you mentioned about the foreclosure crisis that that may not happen and work basically coming out of this whole pandemic personally. You know how has the market been. Do you see it being better than it was eighteen months ago. It stabilizing and again. It's all the thing that was interesting. The word that i use last year was brummer. Where historically spring and summer are the busiest times of the year and last year in spring whether dallas chicago nashville miami. Pretty much anywhere except for new york. City boston miami anywhere. That was densely populated. We had two quarters of business in one quarter and that just set the market differently and we also have a new generation of buyers called millennials. Where all across the country millennials are making up for over forty percent of comfort purchases. Whether it's a first time home or not and so when you see the statistics everyday there's a few thousand people turning forty which is technically stolen millennial we've got job security. We just gotta hope. These people have careers that are long lasting. They're not gonna go. you know. Get netflix where you know netflix. And i'm like that. That's got a lot of other also businesses but hopefully be an instagram floods or can can make make enough money for these people to keep purchasing we've got instability for at least another decade. And there you have a ceo and owner of the rogers healy companies. Rogers healy. he's joining us. And we were talking about zombie. Foreclosures and shadow inventories. Hey if you wanna check out. Rogers healy you can go to. Rogers healy media dot com. That has rogers healy media dot com. Thank you so much for joining us. Thank you zombies. Everybody please level. You just heard team. Mvp is brought to you by. Everyone's favourite unabridged millennial mason pain. Let's be friends.

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"healy" Discussed on Mason Vera Paine

Mason Vera Paine

04:33 min | 1 year ago

"healy" Discussed on Mason Vera Paine

"Will help you make more informed decisions as a property investor or homebuyer. Rogers thank you for joining me. Thank you for having. Yeah so i was watching a story here locally about zombie foreclosures and it sounds like it was really unfortunate but i had no idea something like this exists a whereas zombie foreclosure. It's just a more extreme scary term or foreclosure. It happens when a homeowner who's out of the home during the foreclosure and in the foreclosure actually doesn't happen. So just consider the ultimate ultimate backfire situation. But you know koby. We had a lot of crazy things come up with a thing called forbearance and a lot of people that weren't able to pay their bills. It ballooned at the time it was all do and so that they started getting kind of scared but lucy the zombie. Bank people are anticipating the house for closing so there are essentially literally packing their stuff up in the middle of night. Moving out and then dot that that it doesn't foreclose so zombie as living dead so disturbance about where these homes that are potentially. We're closing you really can't have any life in there because they have not technically foreclosed yet or maybe they ever and so is that Responsibility of the bank of the homeowner previous a hallmark. Because the story. I saw the lady you know. It was so unfortunate for but she lost the property she moved out. The property. itself was bulldozing. Now's a vacant lot. Then sees on the hook for taxes and co violations. So who's on a hook for that whether it'd be the bank of earth technically today's the first one on the but you know there's there's a turn called. Reo in the world of real estate attorney. Wanna see come off just stands for real estate owned which is fancy for bank on which means the.

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"healy" Discussed on Dear Writer

Dear Writer

05:42 min | 1 year ago

"healy" Discussed on Dear Writer

"Mercury us publishing. It basically looks like kind of wings but book as well. That's open It's got all of baba everything It's got to on the bottom. So like i said so basically if i were to go and set this book down in any barnes and noble you would know that it was self polish even have words. It's the inside of the library of congress coating so and i paid for this like everything that you see i paid for so mercury west was just kind of that next step of well who you with now. Of course now. I found out that you kind of have to be a small Doing quotes you have to be a small press which is five authors or more. I don't know where the line is to get entered into different reviews review on all this different stuff that you can't do if you're just a one author publishing company so i do for minimal fee. You know. I give the the people that are with me. S bien numbers. Because i just bought a whole package of one hundred. Because i knew i was gonna keep writing so i gave i get those Any tidbits that. I could possibly help with looking professional as far as a book cover goes. There's some people out there that i'm like where why. Who did this. Like soccer own because this is not look good in. It's one of those things where it's hard for me to like really hone in on and focus and say what is wrong with it but i know it's wrong you know it's just one of those things where you recognize a mistake when you see it So anyway so yeah aso anybody who's listening. Email me a asked me what. I do what i'm offering that stuff. I'm not taking any royalties like i'm really here. You know there's a lot of authors out there. And i love him to death and they're really good people and maybe maybe i will change my mind once i get out there but i'm not in this to get money from other authors. I'm in this to help authors make their money. I don't want a piece of their pie..

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"healy" Discussed on Dear Writer

Dear Writer

05:57 min | 1 year ago

"healy" Discussed on Dear Writer

"We recruiting absurd thirty eight today so welcome to any new listeners that we might have or any retuning listeners and today we have one about the spotlight if so and where we have see 'em healy with us here. Today i was going so i'm sam. Haley lives in texas and is a high school chemistry teacher when he's not too busy with his day job he's writing. He's version tin books. Children's books that range from ellie raiders two poetry collections and two. I ain't ovals which are part of a series entitled beyond the after sales very interesting quite a mysterious taito. It's very interesting. I respect the chemistry teacher element much. I lecture university chemistry. So i like the chemistry vibe. We've got going together there you go. Yeah we'll get straight into the entity so that we don't go onto many tangents. Which ashley and i have perm to doing. Yeah i it's okay. it's alright so how about we start with how you fist added writing okay. So it's always a question. I could ask wanna go. Do author visits to schools. They always say. When did you start writing. The best answer i can give is when i was in sixth grade. Now let's be clear. I did not go to school writing. I did go to college for writing my bachelor's in psychology my masters in child development family relations. So i've always.

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We're Sorry To Say It, But Thin Brows Are Coming Back

You Beauty

02:11 min | 1 year ago

We're Sorry To Say It, But Thin Brows Are Coming Back

"Well a few weeks ago. Bella hadid wall thinner more arched brows. She was going to con film festival. She was wearing that black dress. You might have seen it with that gold lung like necklace. And she's never had really bushy brows but have browse with china and more sculpted than average browse. This spot more conversation in the beauty world and thanks to all things nineties trending at the moment which you'll see every way thin- browse are actually back. But don't worry we're not talking about that pencil thin sort of one hair. And that's all you've got weight is talking about more of an odd and more sculpted and coveted confirmed it. They interviewed new based brow expert. Joey healy and he said yes. It's influenced by the nineties but what we're saying is a bit more structure so instead of that boy brow that was really beacon straight with stray hairs everywhere. We're just seeing more sculptured more lifted and he says the trend is partly to do with the pandemic as well so after every year wearing mosques. The focus is back on the. Is we sean. This last week's episode with lana tren but because we're not saying the lower half of the face. People are really tending to put more emphasis in more effort into the upper part of the face. And that's with more seen sort of sculptor browse when we say the and we just mean fina then really thick. We daren't mean really really thin erin now. How do you feel about that much better. Obviously when i wrote about it hurt. My soul's took me ages to grow out of my butchered thin browse. I have naturally quite thick brows. But i think it's really good. Because i don't think everyone falls into that kind of bushy brow- car delving category so it doesn't mean you can't find a trend to match your browse since ted if using product after product to kind of fill them in and make them really bushy. I think it's great to see a trend that kind of encourages people to work with what they've got. I agree and to be honest. I was never going to have that. Really bushy-browed look it just wasn't possible with my brows eyed thin them out too much and it just wasn't what i had so i've kind of gone from eighty brow with a bit of lift at the art because that's what suit in my face so suddenly i'm on trend and i didn't even try. I mean show my brows nee doing in the pandemic because they haven't been done for quite a while but i'm all for this and i'm also you know what who cares about trans. Just do whatever suits you face

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"healy" Discussed on Backlisted

Backlisted

03:29 min | 1 year ago

"healy" Discussed on Backlisted

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"healy" Discussed on Backlisted

Backlisted

03:36 min | 1 year ago

"healy" Discussed on Backlisted

"Was next door to a national front bar and ricksen those big hubbub and the backfire. And i've what's going on here during that was in the center of it all time of the miners strike in the politics and were discussing poetry. What he was like this kind of extraordinary roman candle. You know the burning so bright you know and everybody was attracted to but this would be you know when he was in the phone of health and we all know that you can only do that for so long. I mean we all know this brand new beams another one. Yeah there's not enough lachey can really do about it. But the as regards the Nautical drift as it were. It does seem like the was to creative dermott so this wide open horizon one onto the small inland one but also the london one which is natural common because in this book the banish misfortune. Short story collection. There's a really really cosmopolitan story and not about an acid trip. I was just about to say the. I have never oppression. Maybe never read such a brilliant disruption in prose of an acid trip. Pretty good isn't it. But i think that it wasn't much different from the way he was thinking then anyway because of the acid be worried about the dermott was so fantastic conversation about time that the the the acid probably pick packed up bags home after. This is a very good interview. Where the interviewer says to him. You you know you had a mental breakdown and as as brilliant very dumb and he just says. i'm not sure. I did have thri. That's did have a mental breakdown. That's that thing about him. Being i think the other thing that we you know you can't. He can't think we'll talk about this book. Out without alcohol. Coming up is a very good Little piece that timothy grady wrote tim operating novelist of friend of a friend of damage to a wonderful writer he he quotes christopher maclehose poverty and saying that he thought you know that it was an important european novel and that it will become to scene of an equivalent. Magnitude to under the volcano. And not just for the obvious reasons. And i wonder if that it's that obvious reason. That's the issue isn't it. Which is it's a book that is shot through with drinking the effects of drinking the damage of drinking The the.

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"healy" Discussed on Backlisted

Backlisted

03:51 min | 1 year ago

"healy" Discussed on Backlisted

"Isn't it lovely just absolutely miserable. Remind patrick thinking about what i think about what you were saying about Why compromise the rising by having to into the shape of a sellable boo- something that's been on my mind for a couple of years really. I don't know. I mean he what happened to the three hundred pages. Maybe they'll still got them. Somebody might have them. I don't sense with this book that it was chopped commercial pepsi's so much as probably it may may have been incredibly repetitive. Or whatever but at and bill is not a lotta kind of editor. Who would do unnecessary harm to book date. Thanks not. I'm perfectly aware of that. Want to do it. It may well be that it was repetitive. At least in you that that would be something and it was. It was good as the book. And that may well be. The case is relevant. This is a comment this bill again talking about what it was like being a long standing editor or collaborates with them one of the really interesting things about was that in nineteen eighty. I'm probably long before he knew. What four or five books were that he was going to write. He was enormously patient and very clear about when a book was ready. The fight was shadows fighting shadows as it became was probably ten years in the writing. Goat song was at least eight years in the writing and many of these books he'd been living with it wasn't that they were present in one thousand nine hundred seventy something but they grew into themselves in the course of his writing life and not something. I've not really seen before. In one thousand nine hundred eighty you would easily have described him as an irish hippy. At fantastic read have very good looking very attractive to women but enormously good found normally good company twenty years later when we published a goat song. He'd lived a bit lived a bit harder. He'd been out on fishing boats being at sea m. Being at sea he been at sea and being seen is what bill says. There which is ready made me pause for schools. So how does he get from from growing up in a small town..

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"healy" Discussed on Backlisted

Backlisted

04:38 min | 1 year ago

"healy" Discussed on Backlisted

"The things i was. I couldn't believe in fact as i was reading ease every time. He changed registered. He oughta the most at the register. It was so good. Anyone registered a lesser. Reuter would have stopped with that for as long as they could very interesting observation and he was like that conversation as well. Yeah apps so right schwinn did you. I read goat. I had a good sock when we were. We were about to publish the ben for home. It was one of the first books that i read. Because i knew. I was going to be working on the bench which identikit actually been delivered yet so but it was one of those things as i better read up on him and it just completely blew me away at it was. It was very much that experience of one ethanol heard of this person. Before and that sense he has an Took more about traveling around with him. Being with him where you see him. Meeting people happens a lot in this book that jack needs to write down what people say. And that's very very much like dammit. When i met him. He's came on as a sort of chaotic kind of wild man. But you look at the work it so incredibly precise. In a way in a he's he's nailing feelings and the patterns of speech and the way alcohol works on the body or how fares pilot on one another. It is completely been when and it's one of those books that i've given to literally dozens of people. I was a tiny bit worried when we we. We went to the bookshelf to see whether we actually had any copies left. Because i've given so many away. Because i love it so much. I'm privileged to be able to talk to the three of you. Who need them and have so much knowledge of his work As a as a a newcomer really. But jim could you give listeners just a little portrayal of what it was like to publish dermot healy. He was right to the that. I think he he he. He felt comfortable when he had a human relationship and and where he could show you his world and he could show you where it was coming from and we. I mean i'm rachel. I spent spent two or three times spent time with him in helen and walked with the walk. The dogs and the cats and the various animals. I in a way. Not all writers are like that some of them are very happy for you. You just just to work on the text or just too. But i think the dumb you were. He was letting you into his Into his world as it was like you understand. This is where whether it was going to bar or walking along the strand or being in the in the center of slack i will. He sent his up. ben bobin. You know this amazing bing mountain one..

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"healy" Discussed on Backlisted

Backlisted

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"healy" Discussed on Backlisted

"Richard bruce nugent. Anyway the course of her research into these into these twin dwells she uncovers traces of a lost black modest woman. Poet called. Hermes drew it and our obsession with finding out more about drew. It takes two done Which is a spoon european town. It's never really placed. But that's where he lived during the nineteen thirties and she became involved with a along with stephen tennant. Nazi coup not a cult a hermetic cult in the kind of In the old dawn the golden dawn. sort of school called load The lagos they recalled and it was a kind of reinvention of the idea of the legislators were dedicated to luxury and pleasure And featured in homer so that the hermione druid story becomes entwined with an artist residency. It's also in done And that that residency dedicated to a particularly Kind of obscure and Kind of abstract critical theory theory run by derek d. Like a guru figure cooled. John grow says love humor in the book. Particularly the skewering of the art. The theory bollocks that the voters of guerrero spout. But anyway i love about the book as it takes all the postman boxes this the the tax to other books threaded through the narrative ones work of of our history and the other is is novel another novel the something incredibly old fashioned about the the book as well. It's about truth neo keats. Nine beauty is truth and truth is beauty. And i guess that's why i was trying to think of books i could. I could recommend that. Would give you a flavor of the closest i can come to is that is arable by wissmann is got the same heady mix of ideas and ornaments in the same sort of sense of the characters. Being an intoxicated heightened state a lot of the time. I absolutely loved it and recommended. Eugene amazing amazing to do and i think shallow von reinhold will go on to write more extraordinary fiction. I'm really really pleased. It's won the prize and here. I'm just going to give you a little flavor. Uh skim the character that matilda meets in done and is also fascinated by the cult of lote. Of course everyone knows that. Oh notices from homer. The book gives another account saying when jesus looked upon this he was horrified. He could not distinguish man from woman..

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Biden Administration Closes Two ICE Facilities After Allegations of Abuse

WBZ Afternoon News

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

Biden Administration Closes Two ICE Facilities After Allegations of Abuse

"The Department of Homeland Security's ended the ice contract that it had with the Bristol County Sheriff's Office. This comes after an investigation by attorney General More Healy's office it found The sheriff's office violated the civil rights of detainees during an incident in May of 2020 in a statement, the agent praised the decision, saying their extensive investigation and advocacy have made it clear that the sheriff's office is not willing to take any steps to protect the rights and safety of detainees. Bristol County Sheriff Tom Hodgson, calling the move shameful and says it puts citizens at risk. Department of Homeland Security also canceled its contract with a nice facility in

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Mets Fire Chili Davis as Hitting Coach

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

01:38 min | 1 year ago

Mets Fire Chili Davis as Hitting Coach

"Late last night. The mets lose again. They've lost their record. Now is eleven and twelve and they make. I think what most teams would be considered to be some kind of a panic move. They fired their hitting coach. Chili davis they fire their assistant hitting coach This is a month into the season. Twenty three games into the season. And i have so many questions about this and i wish that i could give you the answers to but because it happened late last night because not around the team. I don't have as much information. I will get some more but i gotta tell you. This is absolutely the hallmark of a new owner coming in. I've seen this a hundred times. Where new owner comes in and the results aren't as good as Is what what we're expected. And especially with francisco indoor. They spent all this money. They spent all this capital they trade for the all star shortstop he looks terrible at the plate is swing. Looks completely messed up. You know. last week we heard from their second baseman about how in a game You know the hitters didn't have the you know the information on the pitcher that Played out during the course of the game and then over the weekend jess there was this weird by play among the mets hitters. About this new hitting guy donnie. Stevenson coming in like this fake personality and we were trying to figure out what to do with that information on sunday. Baseball in all of it added up. As i said to tim healy of newsday. Before that game on sunday like a coach is going to get fired. It just had that feel of desperation.

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Fever-screening devices used in many places are not helping control the pandemic

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

05:36 min | 1 year ago

Fever-screening devices used in many places are not helping control the pandemic

"At the beginning of the pandemic almost exactly this time. Last year we heard a lot of promises about the types of technology that could help us. Stop the spread of the disease. One of those tech miracles was supposed to be thermal cameras devices. That could read someone's temperature from distance. Companies bought them in droves thinking that installing them at the entrances of schools. Airports are offices could stop sick people from but do they work. And did they ever conner. Healy is the government director at the vm. A video surveillance research firm. He recently co authored. A study on fever scanning devices and said many have one large flaw while we found that they're accurate but not just that they're accurate that they're accurate in particular way to fever. Cameras are taking a reading of a person surface temperature each time you get scanned. But they're adjusting that reading before it gets shown to the user is evaluating whether or not that person should enter facility and if the readings quite low they'll adjusted up the readings high village down The upshot is that this results in reducing temperatures should be reported as fevers to normal range reporting them as normal. I mean you're saying it really nicely. It sounds like what you're saying. Is these do nothing. And there's no point in using them. I like i can't imagine how that would ever produce an effect that would keep people safe if what you were trying to do is keep people with fevers out of building. Yeah well well. I can't imagine how keep people safe either. But it's more than the fact that they're just not detecting fevers. They're actually actively telling people that they're temperatures are normal. What's your understanding of why that software exists in the readings are getting revised or they like compensating for low quality centers. In my opinion they are making up for poor performance. As you suggested you know. In many cases they're using lower resolution sensors and that's part of it but just sort of comprehensively when you look at the design manufacturing implementation and marketing devices. There are so many pieces that get in the way of doing accurate temperature screening with a thermal camera and this compensating algorithm creates an appearance of normal function and nobody investigates normal temperature or considers it odd that somebody's temperature would be normal when it's reported by one of these devices and so if they're either poorly manufactured or or not used in a way that's consistent with how they should be used. In order to take accurate readings the compensating algorithm. Might make up for that and make everything seem like. It's working just fine. What do the company say for example seems like at least one of them told you it was you know to make up for a factor like people coming into a building from the hot sun. Yeah some companies. Use that justification. I mean the the thing is that if somebody's coming in after being in the hot sun what the fda says and what the ice says which is an international group of scientists convened came up with guidelines for human temperature screening with her. And we'll cameras. What they say is that people should widen side for fifteen minutes at room temperature before being screened for exactly that reason. That coming in from hot. And bahrain man or cold environment will affect the reading that you have so the correct solution to that is not to simply adjust the readings. So that they're more normal. You also noted that some of the companies selling these scanners only got into business in the past year. Likely because of covid. Is that a cause for concern. Yeah absolutely was quite typical is that they are actually not manufacturing them. They're they're buying them from someone else and relabeling them. That is a big concern. Many of these smaller companies would not and have not been able to answer questions about why their devices might even have a compensating algorithm because they will not no. I mean when there's something like this there's always a rush to sort security theater. And i wonder if over the past year. Have you seen any use of this technology. That's actually been successful that we know of in helping slow the spread of covid in general. No i can't think of an example to give you. I'm sure that there are set ups out there You know. I'm sure that there are many. That are done correctly. And that are potentially accurate enough for him screening but they would be. It would be quite rare. Should there be some rules like if these are being touted as medical devices or medical grade devices that can keep people safe going back to work or school. Should there be more stringent requirements. So there are rules and those rules were essentially waived. The fda said going to object to a new devices coming onto the market. We don't want the supply it's being almost a year since they said that There is plenty of supply now and the rule should be put back into place are there. Fda approved scanners that work. There is there. There are ones that that work in the sense that they don't have a compensating algorithm. Mendel the work. If you use them correctly so yes and

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Trey Mancini's Struggle and Strength

The Lead

03:36 min | 1 year ago

Trey Mancini's Struggle and Strength

"Sedan baseball fans. Probably know trae mancini as this really good power hitter on a not so good team but can you give us a quick snapshot of his career before he broke out under the scene in major league baseball. Yeah he was never thought to be the guy so he had to keep working every single level to prove himself. He started out in high school in florida. was when a really good team there but he was the first baseman he was right handed hitter and so he didn't get a whole lot of looks. His name and number is up at his high school. You own the big placard but the numbers wrong. It's actually number eighteen instead of number sixteen which is number there. That's kind of almost indicative of the things that he is going through that he's always been kind there but there's always been a player on his team or something and he's always been kinda overshadowed basically. He went from rung to rung to wrong in the minor league. Ladder finally made his debut in september of twenty sixteen and basically exploded those first few games that one in the air left-center field has dave sadegh first major league at his mom beth getting your round the basis faster than anyone this year. Who is in a home run and then in two thousand seventeen was fantastic and ended up being third-place rookie of the year behind. Aaron judge andrew benintendi in the american league. And just how good was he during the twenty nineteen season. Oh he was by far the best player. Understand you thirty five home runs. You really broke out. Towering fly ball left center field. Hit hard by trae man's cd way back in the wall. Hey goodbye homerun. He should have been there all star but when your team is bad as your only get one all star pick and john means was having a good season for the orioles as well so they went with a picture instead of manzini but he was absolutely breakout. Star back goes that god does get on the board. O est back cd hot getting four point seven five million so a huge jump and he is poised to be one of the better younger players in the american league so heading into the twenty twenty season. It sounds like his baseball career really his life. Were just in a great place. Oh yeah it was going exceptionally well for him in pretty much every aspect of his life including he started dating a woman who had been one of the on field reporters for the orioles. Forget this you home runs for infield heads for you. What's on the difference maker up to this point last year honesty. If you'd sarah perlman she's now works for nbc sports. She had left the orioles in july. What does it mean to close out. Games like doesn't get the w. carnival. Not exactly how he drew it up towards the end there but and that was going really well at the beginning of a new relationship he just become a millionaire for the first time. Everything was going perfect for him. Going into two thousand twenty and dan walk us through what happened in march of twenty twenty so like all baseball players. They get their annual physical when they get to the spring training camp and he did his regular physical bloodwork everything else and then around march. I the athletic trainer came to him and said. Hey your blood's a little wonky like your iron levels are pretty much low you all the way throughout and basically you saying you know. I don't want to scare you. But i think you're having some sort of internal bleed that's causing. It could be stomach older. It could be healy activities. Or you know there. An can't that I remember them. Asking if i had a family history of colon cancer and i said yeah my dad had obviously they did some more tests and they decided you know what we need to get your co nas copy. Because things don't look right. They had the colonoscopy and they told me found a major mass in his colon

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"healy" Discussed on The Toxin Terminator

The Toxin Terminator

05:02 min | 1 year ago

"healy" Discussed on The Toxin Terminator

"Back to the show. I am so excited for my next guest. Because we're going to be talking about things that i am truly truly passionate about the name. This episode y diets don't work. We've got a great expert coming in to help. Share some thoughts and ideas around with this. Suzy in healy certified integrative health coach. She is a functional diagnostic nutritional per practitioner and she is super passionate about helping women who are sick and tired of yo yo dieting. We're going to be look. She wants to look into blind. The root causes so you can heal. Naturally you can lose the way without Eating without counting calories without counting points. We're gonna get dig into all those root causes. And that's what suzanne is all about. We're so happy to have you here today. Thank you thank you amy. I am so excited to be here today. Well you know. This is a topic that i think. So many americans can relate to in especially women. I know you know. When i reached the age i think it was about forty is when i really had to start looking outweight as being an issue. thin my entire life but all of a sudden it was like wow i. We're collecting a little extra year. What's going on In for so many of americans it's even beyond just that extra weight. Do you know what the number is of obesity here in the united states. I am honestly not sure what the number is. But there's a lot of people who are dealing with obesity and many more women who just don't feel good in their bodies because they're carrying around extra weight men and women. I shouldn't then. Yeah right right no agreed one hundred percent and honestly when we carried around that belly. That's just on their signals for that and we're going to get into that today. We're gonna be talking about why the diets don't work we're gonna be talking about you know this extra weight. We carry around the middle. That's actually a signal for other things going on with the body and we're also going to be talking about why we don't want to use the scale. A measurement of success are progress in really. Give you some tips on what you do. Want to use as a measure of his successor. Progress but before we dig in to all of that suzanne. I find with all my guests A personal story. They didn't just get into being a health coach or functional practitioner. There was a personal journey in. Is that true for you too. Yes it absolutely is in fact. I struggled with my weight since i was about eight or nine years old. I remember at that point like being chubby. Not being like one of the skinny girls wonder why i was different from everybody else and it progressed on. I got older. By the time i was a teenager. I had really bad digestive symptoms in. I went through a year of seeing different doctors in trying to get a diagnosis was finally diagnosed with. Ibm ass wasn't much that could be done for it. It's just a name for collection of symptoms doesn't really tell you what to do to heal from it and I kind of progress. I was a classic yoyo. Dieter i would go on a diet. I might lose some weight and then the weight would come back on again. And i really never got to where i wanted to be by the time..

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Taking Care of Mama after a Baby

3 in 30 Takeaways for Moms

04:50 min | 1 year ago

Taking Care of Mama after a Baby

"No matter how many children you have had their you've adopted or how to surrogate adding another person to your family is an incredible experience and it affects everyone in the household not just for a few days or weeks but in our home we're coming on almost two years with our fourth child which i believe but it feels like we're just really all settling in took a while to integrate the more the more people who are here it took longer to bring forth little one in and my first suggestion is to listen to momma. She knows best. You are the one who will have the inspiration for what you need to take care of yourself and you can get really hard to listen to yourself. I work with a life. Coach named natalie clay and she recommends that you listen to the self chatter. It's kind of a behind the scenes. Talk that narration in your head. That's going on throughout the day. So listening to momma after having a baby is listening to the narrated that you're tying yourself. Are you telling yourself that you or your partner should have specific roles in the postpartum journey. So you might be thinking your head like why. Isn't he getting up in the night. Or why is he getting up in the night. Does he think i can't do this. Are you doing yourself that you should be producing milk or breastfeeding in a certain way Are you telling yourself that your body should be healing a certain rate like. Why isn't my c section scar closing up war. Why am i not wearing jeans with a button on them. You know i. I have more energy to nice. Should be back to my regular life by now type of right. Maybe you're thinking other people are thinking about you a specific way. Typically they're not. My dad always says something. If you knew how little other people were thinking about you you would stop thinking about what they're thinking about you because they're so busy thinking about themselves so true the most humbly thing but i just wanted to give an example. I remembered for my first delivery. So i had my first baby and i was gonna deliver with a midwife and i was going to be so hippie with no epidurals. I'm an all natural mama. And then the baby came and i would never dilate after days of contractions so i got a in and that i still never dilated. And so then they gave me daryl and then babies still wouldn't come out so eventually they rip out with forceps and i was like left with a gaping hole in the bottom of my private and it was a horrible horrible description. I'm sorry i parts but that was also a horrible first delivery and like it was weeks and months of pain. Am i had a family member call in. Invite me to a party in extended family member she said. Oh hey can you bring something. And i was trying to like advocate for myself. You know until. I was like hey i don't know if i feel ready to bring something really something the matter. She was being sincere. And i said will i'm still i'm still healy. And she said from what and she had multiple children and had never had the experience like me so here. I am in a situation where i for. Good reason could stop there and think. Oh she is telling me that. I am being dramatic and that i should still be healing. Will she wasn't doing that right. So not self chatter started right than in my mind but what we can do is we can stop right then and check in with yourself and say hey. What am i telling myself about this situation. Am i allowing myself the time and the ability to have a different experience than someone else. Yes you know what. I think is interesting specifically about childbirth. Is that because so many people have done it and are doing it all the time. Sometimes we can minimize our own experience in. just think. Well all women do this all the time. I should be able to just bounce back. I'm a wimp or we can even do it to each other like well. I've had a baby too. And i didn't take that long to recover and we can sort of start to minimize each other's experience when really we just need to realize that every time this happens it is a miracle and it is a trauma to our bodies and every woman is going to experience it differently and that way we can sort of have our own back and say. It's okay that i'm healing at a slower rate than my friend but that we can also have each other's back and just say you take as much time as you need because this is hard stuff we do as women. It may be that women are doing it every single day. But that is it's hard stuff we're doing every single day as

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Hisham Matar Reads Colm Tibn

The New Yorker: Fiction

03:58 min | 1 year ago

Hisham Matar Reads Colm Tibn

"Heike sean lowe deborah so the last time that we were doing this together we talked about shakespeare's memory by bore. His one minus one is a very different story a very different kind of story. What draws you to it. Well story. I love but it's also. I wanted to choose a story that i had read in the magazine and remember vividly the the encounter with us and it just affected me very very deeply and a for how simple it is. It is in very subtle ways. It's about such complex things. And i think for that reason over the years since i read it occasionally fought back on it and found more and more layers than us with the stories about a man from ireland living in the us who returns home As his mother is dying. And you've also written in fiction and nonfiction about exile about the loss of a parent about estrangement. There's something in the subject matter that speaks to you or is it more in the writing. Come tobin does that very well in his work at something that he manages to open up. That's space of ruthlessness that has touched very very much. So i'm sure. I'm sure there's a connection. I also have a very slightly embarrassing our relationship to ireland and to irish literature that i think has made me susceptible to us. Don't be embarrassed embarrassing. Because when i was seventeen years old i had come under the influence of all these great irish writers felt so drunk by their brilliance beckett's and enjoys keats and and i thought this is got to be a magical place having never been to ireland knowing nothing about ireland except those writers and i made a promise to myself seventy that where i go to ireland. Must kiss the ground. And i'm not fond of kissing the ground general for that reason to stay true to by seventeen year old self. I never went to ireland. I avoid until. I was shortlisted for a prize. My first book and the price was being judged by a writer that i admire took. Healy passed away a few years back and the mc for the prize was going to be calm toibin. So i thought. I can't miss that i must go and And it was magical but to negotiates kissing the ground. When i got off the airplane. I pretended as though i was betting tiber shoelace and kissed my finger and touch the ground. I thought that's a good compromise. But you know from that trip. Really a group of irish rises dirk mitch and roddy doyle and a few other writers of took me really embraced me and made me feel very welcome and i had such a natural connection and correspondence with them that has stretched for a long time to to this day. And i think it's got to be connected in part at least to some of the experiences that irish writers have gone through sadly whether it's censorship or exile and so they felt they felt very close to me an uber reading these irish writers. Seventeen year old. You were in egypt. I was in cairo My family had left libya but seven years before then and certainly for me. Then there were the most powerful reading experience. If you want to call it does in the english language. Partly because of what i was into but also i think because of what we're

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"healy" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"healy" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Bedford Police Department has just announced another drug bust. On Monday, Gang and narcotics detectives seized a handgun ammunition 58 Xanax pills and nearly $3500 in cash. At 17, a creep O ST 20 year old Mason Glossop was taken into custody. Fall River has now logged nearly 10,000 cases of covert 19 since the pandemic began, and there have now been 250 deaths caused by the virus in that city. Meanwhile, prisoners people living and working and congregate care settings and people living in low income Senior housing are the next in line to get the Corona virus vaccine in Massachusetts. That initiative starts on Monday. Professor Emmett was arrested today and accused of failing to disclose his connections with the People's Republic of China Gang. Chen aged 56 is a naturalized U. S citizen. It's alleged that he was advising Chinese entities on science and technology while at the same time receiving US grant funding from the U. S Department of Energy. Chen was due in federal court today on charges of wire fraud, failing to disclose a foreign bank account and making a false statement in a tax return. That's all, according to a media release from U. S Attorney Andrew Leveling. Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey is suing the Trump administration's eep over its failure to strengthen air pollution standards. Healy this week joined 17 attorneys general from across the country to try to force compliance under the Clean Air Act. It has to do with microscopic particles known as PM 2.5. In recent years, Science has shown that the tiny particles pose a grave public health risk, Healy said. Lawsuit states. The EPA should update its air pollution standards to reflect the science Fall River Police and fire departments are set to receive 1.2 million in public safety staff and grants. Senator Mike Rodricks of Westport secured the funding and made the announcement today. It's part of the Massachusetts Municipal Public Safety Staff and grant program. In sports. It is opening night for the Bruins. They dropped the puck on the new season tonight on the road against the Devils in New Jersey. The teams will go at it.

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interview With Nikki Giovanni

On Being with Krista Tippett

06:39 min | 2 years ago

interview With Nikki Giovanni

"Of the most striking things that just jumped out at me all the way through your writing and and writing about you and all the way to the latest volume of poetry published in two thousand thirteen is how from the very beginning you were held and cherished and taught by courageous loving women Your mother you were named your first name as yulon right yeah. It used to be when when mommy passed i I had it legally changed the nikki. Just because that's what everybody knows me. I would have never done when mommy was here. I wouldn't. I wouldn't want her to think i didn't want to carry her name. I'm rhonda junior. So how old were were you when you change your name legally ben mommy's been dead ten years so sixty two something like that sixty three years old. And how do you say your grandmother's name. Lavinia lavinia lavinia lavinia. Emma lou watson. Also that you were all sounds like foodies before the the word had been invented. Oh grandmother was a foodie and grandmothers. Friends were foodi. And of course i ended up. Living with grandma not ended up but Was was fortunate to live with grandmother. so mommy was a good cook because she was grandmothers daughter and My on an was a good cook Living with grandmother And i learned all of their tricks. My favorite was of course greens. And i'm still still still working on that because working making greens is one of life's difficulties. Just clean them and stuff. Well mommy mom and grandmother to you pull than to tie the stems and you put the leaves in and he uses stems to flavor and then you pull it out and so she was very good at that but the other thing. I was laughing and laughing about this. You didn't ask him about this. But in grandmother's day you know used to go the market and you bought a live chicken. Actually grandpa did the the marketing and he would bring it home and they put it in the backyard and then grandmother would go out saturday morning and we its neck but you learn to learn to do that and i guess i have learned to. It's something that i'm dealing with on another kind of level but for something to live something else usually dies. There's there's a transition is not something. I would have been able to even to say to you at Even fifty years ago my twenties. I wouldn't have it it's really It's been interesting You reported in nineteen forty. Three's that right And yes and you so you grew up in a i like this. You talk a lot about what we call the sixties what is called the sixties which which you really date from about nineteen fifty four to nineteen sixty eight Which was such a dramatic moment. I mean a lot of transition. I mean you've just been using that word one question. I ask people whoever been talking to you as you know how. Would you describe the religious and spiritual background of your childhood. And i wonder how you would start to talk about that. And i really mean the fullness of that you know that that your family but also that world do you came into I i grew up of course Baptist baptist mount zion baptist church but when when mommy married My father married we call them gusts because daddy gus. When mommy may gust they moved to cincinnati. Because he couldn't get a job he was college graduate. He couldn't get a job in knoxville and so they moved to cincinnati where he could get a job and mommy joined the Ame church but if we're just going to just kinda breeze on religion without getting into anybody's business you know. I recently have been fascinated with. Wyatt is that we don't actually look into the manger more. We always look at the cross. And i think that one of the problems with the manger is that we have to mary credit for bringing god to earth and The book that i'm working on right now actress called a good cry and it's just because Realize women keep a lot of things in them. I do know this for married. I'm gonna give credit having a baby hurts. I don't care who it is. A weird came from having a baby hurts. So i wanna give mary her. Craps and i also want to deal with the fact that as we are giving this birth part of the christian religion is supposed to do is give birth to a new human being you. Ask one kind of question. I don't know if i'm answering it. Strangely no but great. I think this question lands wherever in us. It wants to begin voice. I mean you you also want said you you said jos. Think it must have been a woman who developed the spiritual. Oh gosh when we look at savored which actually slavery is only going to be the end result. We have to look at the kidnapping in africa. We have to look at no matter. What the country. We have to look at the fact that somebody's sold and somebody purchased an and that just cannot be denied. We we're upset of course with the europeans because we say oh they create a slavery they might have but they didn't create the buying and selling of human beings that that had been going on for quite some time all over so we had the people coming across that ocean not knowing where they were going but knowing whatever it was they were not going to go back to where they used to be so somehow another. They had to make a decision. How do we go forward. But it had to be a woman because we're back to the manger we back to marry. We're back to this when women do it had to be a woman who said i need to settle my people down and when you consider there were a lot of languages. Going on yeah. She didn't speak english at that point. They didn't speak. Why healy at that point. They were in many languages. The only common language is going to be So when we get to going to ultimately become the united states these people had created a way to speak to themselves to each other through the language to spare chose. Yeah so when you were twenty five you road. I'm twenty five years old. A revolutionary poet. I- love seth. I want to ask you about the. The i love tacked on at the end of the sentence but i also want to ask you about what you meant at twenty five when you said you'll revolutionary poet and how you hey you look at that now as nikki. Giovanni quite a few years later i think twenty five was good but i always thought twenty five was one fourth of my life

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Corey Lewandowski, a Trump campaign adviser, has tested positive for the virus.

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

01:18 min | 2 years ago

Corey Lewandowski, a Trump campaign adviser, has tested positive for the virus.

"In our nation's capital the white house is experiencing yet another covert cluster despite not having the bulk of the election results in on election day last night the trump way last tuesday. I'm sorry the trump white house held this presumptive victory party and the east room at the white house and since then several attendees have tested positive including the white house chief of staff mark meadows hud secretary ben carson trump campaign adviser david bossie former trump campaign aide healy. Baumgartner and white house political director brian. Jack all in attendance all having tested positive and today we learned. There are two more positives republican national committee chief of staff richard walters and trump campaign adviser corey lewandowski. Who since that election night party has also spent time in philadelphia trying to help. Trump's flailing legal challenges to the vote count there and he showed up at the infant inva- at the infamous news conference on saturday outside the four seasons the four seasons total landscaping company. But don't panic lewinsky told cnbc. Today i feel great. And it's great for him that he's not experiencing symptoms right now but it's not great for nearly one hundred sixty thousand americans who just caught this thing today or specifically the sixty seven thousand people currently hospitalized because of their symptoms.

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Tennessee Gas and contractor to pay $800,000 in penalties, repairs over controversial natural gas project

WBZ Afternoon News

00:42 sec | 2 years ago

Tennessee Gas and contractor to pay $800,000 in penalties, repairs over controversial natural gas project

"Gas pipeline company, along with one of its contractors, now agreeing to shell out 300 grand and a brand new settlement with the state of Massachusetts. Tennessee Gas Pipeline Company is a subsidiary of Kingdom Morgan and they're settling allegations they violated environmental protection laws. Back in 2017. They were constructing a natural gas pipeline in the oldest state forest. I also have to pay out another half million dollars to repair a stretch of road in Santa's field that was damaged during that project. Attorney general More. Healy's office says the project damaged a vernal pool and other protected wetland resource is also discharged. 15,000 gallons of contaminated test water in the best state forest. And degraded the water quality in a cold water fishery

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Rams hold off Giants 17-9; Ramsey, Tate fight after game

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

00:50 sec | 2 years ago

Rams hold off Giants 17-9; Ramsey, Tate fight after game

"Moments after the Rams hard-fought win over the giants. Physical game, Jalen Ramsey and golden tate. Tate the giants wide receiver Ramsey, the rams, all world quarterback. Healy. Chuckling here engaged in a fight near the fifty yard line this is a very chippy game throughout there is some personal drama, very personal, Ramsey, and tate have a public feud regarding a family situation. Ramsey has two young daughters with Tate's younger sister and even though it got should be right after the game. If you were watching it big midfield scrum according to our Jordan Ronin who covers the giants twenty, four, seven, three, sixty, five, but could have been worse because get this key Ramsey was waiting outside of the giants locker room for Tate to emerge. But round two of this fight gladly was

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Building a Resilience Bank Account

Everyday Buddhism: Making Everyday Better

05:59 min | 2 years ago

Building a Resilience Bank Account

"Well come to episode forty seven of everyday. Buddhism making every day better I'm back. I took a few weeks off as is obvious from the. Missing podcast episodes that usually are there every couple of weeks? Just to sort of rebuild. rebuild. My strength my optimism and sort of developer. Resilience Bank, which is what we're going to be talking about in this episode. You know and I just. Explained what I was about to do on facebook post about three weeks ago I shared was probably more about four weeks. Now, a shared a post and a link to an article called your surge capacity is depleted and it's why you feel awful. It's an article written by Tara Haley. and. Shared my personal facebook page, and also the everyday Buddhism group I wrote I'm sure many of you have already hit the point where you're surge capacity is is totally depleted either just recently are months ago. And in the last few weeks, so this would have been. About a month ago I faced up to the fact that I'd been feeling off and awful for days on end. And feeling that way is something I am not at all familiar with as nearly incorrigible glass half full person. I totally identified with Tara, Haley's description about what she's going through and how strange it was for her being a high achiever to feel what she described as a quote anxiety tainted depression mixed with on we that she couldn't kick. And it was also along with the complete inability to concentrate. And I read that it was exactly the way I'd been feeling. So those of you in my everyday Sanga in everyday. Buddhism membership community know that I recently did face up to the fact that I needed to give myself a little break. And in in the article Tara Haley points out that expecting less of yourself is exactly what you should do to help yourself go the distance in this pandemic even though we don't know how long distances or what we're gonNA find at the end. Her article talks about this thing called them big use loss and it's why we feel so bad. And how it's news for Motif for many of us. and how we have no coping skills. Much like my recent everyday Buddhism podcast called six steps for coping with uncertainty with Gregg creech healy asked the question. How do you adjust to an ever changing situation where the quote new normal is indefinite uncertainty So, it's been a little over a month since I released the episode with Gregg. Creech and it gave myself time to think about. Writing, content having ideas for content or recording content. I. Also took time away from hosting the Everyday Buddhism Sanga or which we call the Everyday Sangha with gratitude for volunteer hosts from the Sanga who took over for me. Just a few weeks prior to recording the episode with Greg We lost our dog Bella. She was fifteen and the last dog in the House since we lost her litter mate brother back in April of two thousand nineteen. So I did realize that I was personally was dealing with a mix of this thing called ambiguous loss as well as the more tangible loss and grief of losing Bella. You know a while ago. I expected to snap out a feeling awful within a week or two into this past month of my break. But I'm here to report that just giving myself a little break wasn't a magic solution. I did what seemed to be all the right things I took more walk spent more time outside read more and. Let Myself. Sleep in. But it still seemed harder for me to focus and get motivated to do the things I needed to do. But see it's Haley's article She she she points out that this is very typical. she did interviews with an masten, PhD Pauling boss, PhD and Michael Madhouse md.. About. Our adaptive surge capacity that we call on in response to a short term stressful situation like a natural disaster and it's that adaptive surge capacity the it's it's met for the short term situation. So therefore, it has limits. And in this situation that we'RE DEALING WITH WE'RE WE'VE depleted that surge capacity because our emergency is no longer short-term, it's now chronic. And I've been hearing from friends family and Sanga members who feel the same way he in the Article Pauline boss emphasizes how are solution oriented culture and way of thinking is actually destructive when faced with the problem that actually has no solution. This time of ambiguous loss causes feelings of helplessness and hopelessness and a better way to deal with these feelings is not through trying to think our way out of them or find

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Postmaster General halts changes to Postal Service until after 2020 election

WBZ Morning News

00:52 sec | 2 years ago

Postmaster General halts changes to Postal Service until after 2020 election

"Cuts are halted a lawsuit moving forward over some changes at the U. S. Postal Service. Massachusetts attorney general More Healy says she's joining attorneys general from states around the nation to sue the Postal Service and Postmaster General Lewis to joy. The postmaster general released a statement on the recent changes at the Postal Service, saying they are ready to handle whatever volume of election man Well, it gets this fall, he says. The election male will be delivered on time and within service standards. Governor Baker says Corona virus is part of the problem at the U. S Postal Service. What No one has been talking about is the fact that one of the ways the U. S Post office makes generates. Revenue is business mail When Kobe hit and the pandemic hit, that stuff just disappeared. Laurie

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GOP Ohio attorney general calls on Trump to delay Postal Service changes

Memphis Morning News

00:21 sec | 2 years ago

GOP Ohio attorney general calls on Trump to delay Postal Service changes

"The president denies Democrat accusations of sabotaging the postal services. He rails against expand that mail in voting. Massachusetts and other states are investigating attorney general More. Healy is one of seven states attorneys general considering lawsuits against the Trump Administration and the U. S Postal Service. That's Chris Flynn again with Boston 25 TV, The Postal Service's streamlining operations.

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