25 Burst results for "Heike"

Reeling and Dealing: How to Engage the Taliban

The Economist: The Intelligence

02:02 min | 2 weeks ago

Reeling and Dealing: How to Engage the Taliban

"In afghanistan. Taliban fighters have been parading through the city of kandahar in celebration some of them aboard captured. American armored vehicles western allies have all departed as of this week at apart from a few pockets of resistance. The taliban are now in total control at the airport in the capital. Kabul spokesperson for the group addressed the departed enemies by knowing the as let amid heike about the moment dounia islamic emirate of afghanistan. He said once strong diplomatic relations with the world including america in the chaos of recent weeks american forces have in fact worked alongside the taliban. What cooperation lies ahead as far trickier business. A fact noted by america's highest ranking military official chairman of the joint chiefs mark milley. This is a ruthless group from the past. And whether or not they change remains to be seen and as far as our dealings with them at that airfield or in the past year or so in war. You do what you must. In order to reduce risk commission. Enforce not what you necessarily want to do over the course of twenty years a coalition of military forces as failed to bring the taliban to heal now. Those forces are gone. The calculus has changed on how to protect afghanistan's citizens and to keep it from reading far worst terrorist organizations. Many people make the argument. That american allies should now have nothing whatsoever to do with the taliban. Ed mcbride is the economists deputy foreign editor. They say it's such a despicable regime so violent repressive. It's so puritanical that it is better to not give it any support of any kind not get aid not give it diplomatic recognition or other. Sort of niceties like that. Just hope that. By not providing anything that could be construed as support or acknowledgement they might even hasten its demise or at least leave it to stew in its own juices and hope it collapses

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"heike" Discussed on Directors Cut Radio Program

Directors Cut Radio Program

05:35 min | Last month

"heike" Discussed on Directors Cut Radio Program

"But i don't know what it is gonna crush on that else from. Yeah like made as all about loki. She's been she liked lost it when she met him first time. Yeah i don't know. I don't get it. I mean even since the movie like even when it was just like loki was first introduced. And i just the name everything about it. It's just kind of overwhelming for me. I'm just like what was not very low key. It's not low key very heike heike. Maybe he's he's a character. That hikes is heike. Knowing all right so what do you say about the series because we know nothing about it. Is this something worth watch. I'm not a big marvel fan. I'm done with life. So i've checked shows up i'm like i don't care. Go move manure. Obviously not the target market for it and i would say for. You probably kickable okay. Don't care of i if you're if you're one of those hardcore completion of marble fans and you got ta understand the next twelve movie in the series they're going to put out the next twelve at least at least yeah. We're gonna bunch george. Lucas is going to be right them for a while. The probably he's just paying his fandom he's like hey that sounds great can i can use. It turns it into movie. Okay all right okay. Alert as loki done with the docu series behind the attraction. Oh i guess it's just gasps. You could hear him from the the mike is in her lap and you can actually yeah. Did anyone watch this one Behind the attraction. I okay i love. I love disneyland rides. Knowledge in history..

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Weike Wang Reads Lara Vapnyar

The New Yorker: Fiction

02:21 min | 6 months ago

Weike Wang Reads Lara Vapnyar

"Heike haidara how you doing all right. Thanks for joining us. So when we talked about doing the podcast laura vapin. Er was your first thought. Why was that. I thought neon sign went off of my head. I've read the store many times but this was one of the first stories that you know From the magazine that i read and then it stuck with me for a really long time and since then i've read her older stories in the magazine but also all of her collections. Her novels i think her most recent one about her mother Right divide by. Sarah is a great example of being introduced to a very small piece of a writer's work and then wanting to read everything about what she's written and seeing what kind of terrain she covers them. So she's one of those writers that i'm always recommending to everyone. What was it when about this story when you read it. That made such an impression. I think she does a great job of being very laser focused on an experience from childhood. That has an impact in in adulthood for this protagonist and Her friend while also taking on something as large as may be the immigrant experience but having that happened mostly off stage and i found that incredible that the first half is mostly set. You know in a foreign country with Girls who are just like girls in any country and somehow we end up in a different place by the end of the story. I'm just amazed at how much time and also territory was covered with very very specific characters and just dolls and you also right Fairly often about the life of immigrants in the us and roy The story is about. Russian emigrants not immigrants from china but Do you feel that. There's overlap in your interests right. I did feel a certain kinship about that experience very familiar train. It was eerie. When i read it because i understood so much about the interior of the protagonist in that relationship but also just the backdrop of what was happening and class class within immigrants class in your native country in your new country. I found that was done expertly but very very very subtly.

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Jaime Masters on Creating a Mastermind

Entrepreneur on FIRE

02:03 min | 6 months ago

Jaime Masters on Creating a Mastermind

"You created this masterminds of all star ball or entrepreneurs. We talk about it in depth in the book we talk about so many cool things in the book actually like how you structure masterminds and how you keep people on point heike people in the mastermind involved. How you have accountability in there. All these different things super important super meaningful for fire nation. Who's out there. And they're kind of going through this step and they're on their common path on commerce success which is joining or creating masterminds. Talk to us a little bit. About what the significance has been in your life having been in masterminds now for well over a decade this makes sense old well over a decade. Say well over a decade. Why think i think what. I didn't realize when i got into them. Was the amount of deep level of connection and vulnerability that you can get. 'cause entrepreneurship is a crazy bumpy road. No matter what even if you're making millions it's also above just so we're clear you get better at navigating problems but you don't feel so alone and this business is so low when you don't have people that you can talk to especially if you have a partner. That really isn't a business right vendor like but they think i'm crazy potentially for my growth metality and then the people that are significant to you that really know your crap because everybody's got their own perceptions in issues and they can help you navigate it as gracefully as we can as business owners and that's the goal. I don't think the goal is like getting rid of all of our problems. There will always be problems but being able to help chiel not so alone. Have other brainstorm ideas to navigate through some of these issues. That's huge significance because we need connection especially as business owners. 'cause normally i worked with a lot of clients. They're like i can do myself. I don't need anybody do myself. Right like a toddler. I love everybody very much. But i had that mentality also so letting people in is actually hard to do but also extremely fulfilling to make the journey a lot. More easy and

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Hisham Matar Reads Colm Tibn

The New Yorker: Fiction

03:58 min | 8 months 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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"heike" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"heike" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Two are already record tally the Heike Limestone 99 today, then won a one on Friday. We'll drop 2 99 on Saturday, then 97 on Sunday with daily morning temperatures in the sixties to low seventies. ABC 15, meteorologist at 7, 33 62 degrees and El Mirage Corona virus in Arizona. Arizona could be heading for the cove ID. Spike. That for me, is you bio design institutes, Dr Joshua Bear, he says. Current numbers look a lot like they did in June before we had a big jump in cases. And now that county's air starting to open up, they are increased. Businesses are opening. There's general. Generally, people are headed in that direction to the question is, are they doing it too quickly? We have to kind of keep a close eye on that, Dr Lambert says. You need to continue wearing masks and social distancing to keep our numbers down. Good news. If you have a loved one in a nursing home, the secretary made a visit to Arizona and said he hopes to slowly and safely reopened facilities to visitors. Veterans and their families ordinarily used them form or than treatment, not going to see anybody, but they're just there to talk to people who have shared what they have shared, the Secretary Robert Wilkie, tells Katie are the isolation is taking a bigger toll on the 7500 veterans. Living in V, a facilities where the median age is 91. It was tough, but we only had four patients in our nursing homes who are positive for Cove. It's so it has worked. During his visit to Prescott, Wilkie said. Telehealth visits for mental health has soared more than 20 fold..

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Driving the Carretera Austral, Chile

The Amateur Traveler Podcast

04:54 min | 1 year ago

Driving the Carretera Austral, Chile

"I'd like to welcome back to the show Steph dyson who has a travel journalist, a guidebook author most recently the Moon Guide to Chile and a travel blogger at worldly adventurer dot com. Steph. Welcome back to the show. Thanks having me Chris I'm excited to be back again. Well Of Truth. I should say when I say welcome back to the show, Steph has been on the show before you have heard her talking about northern Chile, a number of episodes ago I wanNA say five years ago. Yeah I think that's correct just before you started working on a guidebook. Kissed before Ya. So this is kind of rounding out that experience because the moon guy to Chile just published. And that was a quite a long amount of time working on this guidebook but also Steph was the show a week ago and something went terribly wrong and it did not record. So I appreciate your patience but I also appreciate your expertise on Chile. When. We talk about she leave this time we're talking about and I'm going to try and pronounce it the cut. US thrall the southern. Highway. Good. That was good pronunciation. I I. See you've been working on it. We'll have to do some things right this time. What is the? astral and where would we find that in Chile? The CATTA that Australia Archie means the southern highway to give you a bit of a clue and it's in Chilean Patagonia. Now, how to guy near is the sort of slightly nebulous region because nobody's really sure if it's somewhere on his own or if it belongs to other countries a what it is, but effectively, it's a region in the very far south of South America are in between Argentina and Chile. and. The kind of thorough style is the kind of rules western section. So it's the kind of Chilean bit where she gets really narrow sort of not part of the country, and it's just before you hit very southern Patagonia West toughtested by name and the destinations that you've discussed previously only put podcast bright further north than the last show we did on Patagonia, there is a lot of Patagonia. If we look at the map there. There's a lot of Chile in terms of height, not necessarily in terms of with. Yeah it's a long country and I have children most of it and it. Pile. Will End just this road is seven, hundred, seventy miles or twelve, hundred and forty kilometers. So when we talk about One week itinerary, you're going to start us not at the top and go all the way to the bottom where you're gonNA start, US. Yeah so I always recommend people planning Patagonia is starting inbound Maceda says about halfway down the cutter that'll style just outside this sort of biggest town in the area it's Koi Heike and it's an apple that where you can fly into directly in Santiago. So it makes it a really great destination to start your trip. and Are we gonNA do anything around the airport flying are where we going to start our actual trip? I would recommend picking up a call. Then you don't need a four wheel drive to cut that Australia just needs sort of reason, the high clearance because most of it is now paves. The big for the locals I'll tell you that hasn't that hasn't been paved before but yet you're gonNA jump in your car and you can head south for a couple of hours to via settled gusty steel, which really tiny little town outside of a national park. You talk about outside of national. Park. The one thing as we talk about this pretty much this whole way there are national parks everywhere I think. I'd made the analogy that if you started at the top of this highway in you're a squirrel, you could probably get to the southern tip of South America in jump from tree to tree within a national park. I'm not sure the tree is correct but the national parks is almost accurate. This just a whole lot of national parks here in southern Chile. Yeah, it's actually what the government did. Last year would start it up the root of their parks re to the parks. On, it's about two, thousand, four, hundred kilometers I believe I'm connecting pretty much port Lamont which is the very northern tip Patagonia all the way down to Cape Horn, which has its own national pockets the bit at the very bottom of South America's islands that people go. Because the sale is used around the whole and and it was a big deal because white windy down that. Square yes. Yes. There's now they sort of route to the pox. It's kind of this ingenious could you can't actually drive between all of them, but the capital style does opportunity to actually connect quite a number of them.

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Sound Of The River

Sound Matters

07:46 min | 1 year ago

Sound Of The River

"This time a story a story about a river a very special river. It's the river you can hear flowing in the background through a forest somewhere in New Zealand. The river you can hear is the Wanganui River. This recording was made recently by this woman. My name is heike like hope and Mima Danish audio storyteller documentary-maker Pica held a spent a lifetime making documentaries and stories in sound documentaries and stories in sound at a full of characters places events but almost always in our work there are also the sounds of nature like stories. That have this ECO. Centric quality where it's not necessarily humans that are in the middle where where there's When Nature Plays Part? I've always had since I was a kid. I've always had this feeling that nature sort of reflected itself into me I I would feel like a mountain I would feel like make I would feel like it's three and I've had since early childhood SLA very strong sensory experiences from Mater. I think sound is fluid. It spacious like nature is so there's something that's always been something about working with sound that mirrors this perception I have of the world and that mirrors may and can connect them like bay sometimes in sort of pristine moments also connect within me emotionally or as ideas. It's something that affects you when you're there. So how can you tell a story where whether it comes across where it's not just backdrop or pretty picture but it's actually a strong force a character almost in the story documentaries and stories come from very remote places very often places like the far north of Canada Greenland places all around Scandinavia and across the North Atlantic islands? But her latest project takes back to a place where she spent time growing up. I've just started working on a project. Actually it's a liar. I feel like I've been working on it for a long time of wanted to work on it and it's been on my mind. It's a project about the Wanganui River. It flows from the center of the North Island of New Zealand to the coast to the task. Mansi three hundred kilometers or so the river special to me because I grew up in New Zealand lift by this river and my family immigrated to New Zealand in the seventy s and we lived in in Wanganui which is the town that where the river flows into the sea and all trading station built by European settlers. So for me. It's it's personally special. And then I learnt that one canoeing river have gained legal status as a as a human entity which means that it has the rights and duties and liabilities of a legal person the Wanganui river now a legal person or legal entity one of the first natural places in the world to be given this sort of legal standing accepting a river as illegal person presents. Many challenges to the way we think about the world and it presents challenges to documentary-maker how can a documentary portray the river itself as a character as a person as an entity? Where do you begin? Did you know that the river is a human being to us? We've always had signed from the mountain to the say I the river as May. So how do you tell a story whether whether river is the main the center? I'm not sure how to that practically you know. How do I connect with the river and and figure out why didn't want to say

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Keith Recker on Color as Narrative

American Fashion Podcast

09:06 min | 1 year ago

Keith Recker on Color as Narrative

"Guest in the studio is Keith. wrecker who is the author of a new book true colors world masters of natural dyes and Pigments Heike. Hey how are you both pretty good Keith how did you get into color. I have to say it's been a long and winding road I come come from a background of poetry and literature and of course you know when you have that background you have to do something and I ended up having to separate careers. Maybe three three one and big retail as director of home furnishings at Saks fifth avenue gump San Francisco and Bloomingdales Direct Response and another career nonprofit as head of aid artisans As founder of the hand Eye Fund and hand eye magazine and currently as pro bono creative director of the international folk art market based Down Santa Fe and my third career has been in Trenton color forecasting with Panton. WGN A little bit with Stylus of really trying to inject a sense of adventure creativity relevance to their client base. Now when we did our episode where we interviewed Donna. Karen that was was She had part of the international folk art market in the urban store and and we were surrounded by products from that market But she didn't really talk about the interview. Can you tell us a little bit about the international folk art market. Yeah absolutely you were surrounded In the urban zone holiday market by I think it was twenty nine different artists from all over the world mostly textiles in that In that collection and the things ranged from the most amazing handspun Kunia hand-knit by artisans in Argentina And the group. That does these. Things is part of have a biosphere management program in the high dry plains of Argentina where Kunia are an essential part and the Kunas harvested the incan way where the village surrounds the Vicuna. So that there's no sense of panic. They slowly move in until the animals can be sheared It's a really touching story so you have. You were surrounded founded by twenty-five stories with that kind of depth and historic resonance And the folk art market is an annual event in Santa Fe. Happens every July. We bring together between one hundred sixty and one hundred eighty artists from all over the world fifty plus countries and they're bringing the best of what they make from a traditional point of view view sometimes from a personally adventuresome creative point of view sometimes from recycled and cutting edge social point of view. It's a real mix of creativity city that from our us-based experiences seems very out of the mainstream and therefore terribly exciting and motivating they must get a lot of just going to that and and meeting each other and seeing what they all do all around the world you that that must be just such experienced for an artisan who works in the community services that do the same thing and then meeting artisans who do wildly different things from other parts of the global. You've already understood the thing that the artists themselves I liked the best about it. They love exchanging topics with each other. Whether it's how to whether it's Oh my God you should try this. Sometimes they get together and collaborate after the market so somebody shares of an all white Chikan embroidery piece from Lucknow and they send handed off to one of their new friends to be dipped in indigo to be Bandini tie-dyed to to be transformed into something subtly and beautifully different so the exchanges which is really the magic plus the sales a lot of folks walk away from the market with a years worth of income in their pockets based on a twenty two hour event. We sell a around three three point. One two three point. Four million dollars worth of product in twenty one hours and all. The skit paid out Two days later so in five days you go from setup to pay out and reviewed archie. It's an amazing operation. It sounds like a really tight knit community than really so. Is it hard hard to join that community or WHO's finding new artisans for that. It's a very tightly jury. Joe Artists from all around the world apply online pictures and text and their two juries. There's a group of academics from museums around the world. Mostly around the. US who look at it from the point of view is of is this this really rooted in a cultural assets right that we recognize that there's techniques color languages languages motif. Is it routed somehow in community entity heritage and then the second group answers the question. Is this gonNA connect with the market. Does it represent a product. Does it represent a look. Does it represent a price is point and of course is it super beautiful. I mean that's that's the first question that we have to answer before we even proceed to the further analysis so those two groups are responsible. Secure eating something. That really is unique in the world. There's nothing like in the entire world so between that and what you're describing in your the book about being in touch with all these natural colors ways of getting color from the earth from plants a lot of this is about being in touch with what what you're making an and how it's being made and we talk about the supply chain a lot but most people aren't really at the root of their supply. I Chan they don't they don't go back to you. Know Not alive designer. Spent much time in cottonfields looking at different types of cotton as they're growing what the fibers look like in different fields. They get finished product. Kind of textiles What does it do for the world? If if people are more in touch with this I would love to answer your question in a complicated way. Cleans that's what the show is more. I think we need to look at the heritage Jane even as we look at the supply chain If you look back at how how we got where we are today in terms of what we make and how we make it into textiles especially The eighteen fifty six invention of the first synthetic dye. Mo- Oh Wien right by a teenage English chemists Perkins totally by accident. He was working with coal tar to try to find a synthetic Quinine quinine substitute right to treat malaria and the colonial era of of the British empire and he discovered that something that he was making Would dissolve Alvin Water and color rags in really very attractive sharp Purple Reddish purple. That unleashed the willful exploration exploration of using a lot of petrochemicals to substitute what were centuries thousands and thousands of years of heritage so for example the company that became. BASF right the maker of the cassette tapes that some of us are old enough to have fetish started off by making making synthetic indigo and interestingly the synthetic indigo they made did not appeal because they had not really captured that the full charm of indigo go went beyond just the indigo molecule. They had to go backward and realized that. Indie Ruben. A red molecule that would form in the process of indigo dyeing was needed to give the color depth so they had to go back and explore. Why Nature was so much more beautiful than what they were at first capable of making in any case since eighteen fifty six we have lost so much knowledge? If you and I walked down the street today and Looked at what people are wearing down the street and we asked ourselves well. How would you ever get that color? Are we using anything other than a chemical would have zero insight. Chances are right. We've left all that behind so the heritage chain I think has impoverished the richness understanding That we used to have about what comes from our world and how it's made and how valuable it is. We've gotten to a point where we're so distant from our heritage chain that things have the virtue of plastic bags of disposable valueless product after they've faded in the washed twice were done. There's a statistic out there that eighty percent of the clothing we buy ends up in a landfill within one year. And it's because we're so oh distant from people culture heritage skill invention and talent that the things we buy are not worth holding onto so then we go to the supply chain right and there really is in as an extension of this heritage chain a set of material knowledge judge that is still relevant in making textiles. It still relevant in making clothing and it's waiting for us to study at more and to really really incorporated into responsible valuable fashion creation.

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"heike" Discussed on First Things First

First Things First

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"heike" Discussed on First Things First

"And he would chip in eight right? A twelve point or awkward eleven foot. Elbow jumpers and make them. All right. And you can say dream plan a little bit Bernie did during the season he seems to be in better shape. But that toe problem he had during his not the same basketball player. So they're not as deep. Their defense is not as good and Steph mentioned in the press conference people play them different people are used to their passing in their speed. So in that third year of trying to repeat people have gotten used to it. So it's not the shock and the clippers man this how they play this out. Doc Rivers played you talking about teams take on the characteristics of their coach. That's how they are scrappy, man. That's Doc Rivers that was his that was his whole career and in a series. Doc Rivers has made this like the eighties Heike played clutching grabbing. Instead was having a problem with the way that they're defendant him. So. Oh, man, the clippers. They are reflection of their head coaching Doc Rivers into Syria. Don't think Nick that this series is going allot like the regular season went some days. They bring the intensity some days. They don't some bring Nate some days with good defense someday. Don't they don't is going the way the regular season. No switch. They said they were just gonna flip. And unlike any I'm shocked by I am I am shocked by last night because what do great teams in NBA history. Do they win those games you're pistons that you grew up watching that went to three straight NBA finals won two championships man of close out game five in the first round at home against an overmatched opponent. Give me a break. What you win these games and the warriors cinch Kerr's been there, they always win these games we can count we know off the top of your head their home playoff losses. Prior to this year, the grit and grind grip. Xlii stole one. Remember when he thought oh, man Tony Allen, and they might win that series. And then the warriors blitz them three straight, Katie and Russ stole game. One the year. They ended up going up three one the rockets took game for game four from them last year in route to tying the series and then going up three two in the next in the next game. And then there's three games against LeBron. And the finals the first year in the finals, the overtime game to where LeBron was just amazing when Okiro Kevin love and then part of the game five and game seventy or the worst when the title. That's the entirety of their home playoff losses under Steve Kerr until this year where it's two games to the clippers and in those losses. Here's what they've scored for the if you're the warriors ninety ninety three one zero.

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"heike" Discussed on The Recovering Brain

The Recovering Brain

09:58 min | 2 years ago

"heike" Discussed on The Recovering Brain

"A speech, and language pathologists and also an instructor at a local acquired brain injury program, traumatic brain injury recovery. Welcome heike. Nice to be here. Thanks for joining me. I could tell me a little about your background, and then tell me about the program to work with I trained as a speech language pathologists, and that took sort of securities route, I was studying linguistics back east at Georgetown studied abroad for a bit realized they had a course called path. Olinga mystics, took that. And then, realize that in the United States, they have a whole field of study of speech language with all Aji came back, back in DC got my masters in speech pathology did a year with preschoolers as my clinical fellowship here, but always knew I wanted to work with adults and always knew I wanted to work with adults with neurogenic or cognitive communication disorders. And so when I did finally finish my schooling, I did sort of a nationwide, search decided, I would like to live somewhere else and ended up in Southern Cal. Warm and ended up in southern California with a very large private practice up in, in Orange County. And the reason I mentioned that is because I think was really fundamental to my whole outlook and philosophy about treatment and working with brain injury survivors in that I did home health in those days. So I literally traveled from house to house to house throughout the course of the day, seeing five to six patients day all over Orange County and once you're in somebody's home, and you're working with them there and you meet their family, and you see what they actually value and what they need, and how they interact with the people in their lives, and with their community in that sense. And with their household, it.

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"heike" Discussed on Never Seen It

Never Seen It

03:57 min | 3 years ago

"heike" Discussed on Never Seen It

"I think I was on my firt Heike. Remember I want to one of my records. I play all of that. Out. I had this bit about infomercials where I was like, am I give every infomercial? Has the same theme which is, hey, are you tired of putting effort into anything? You know, are you tired of trying by this? You won't have to do it anymore. This does trying at for you. Yeah, and that's like just gotten worse and worse and worse. And it's like, that's, that's the other problem to me. It's like nobody wants to put effort into anything. Everybody thinks it should be immediate. Everybody wants to sit in there fucking house and take a YouTube class from Judd appetite or whatever it is. So they can then say, well, I'm a genius. I studied with the best. It's like and look, I get it not everybody can afford to go to school and college is because in many ways can be a sham and to fucking expense. I get all that. But it doesn't mean that you just get to be a thing that you say you are? Yeah. Becau you know, feel like saying, I think there's so many good things at the internet has with connection as far as like making the entire world feel a little bit smaller and finding these people who have similar interests that if you thought about it at all, you'd be like, oh, I have nothing in common with these people. That's kind of a nice thing where everyone like legitimately everyone can watch a video of. Grandpa, getting light up shoes and laugh. You know what I mean? We all see this thing and it kind of makes everything feel a little bit smaller. Everyone feel a little bit more all the same species and then all the the, the equal weight of screaming is kind of overbearing. And is the loudest voices tend to become the most. It's it becomes the most free started only watching positive like chat, you know, do not low positive, and yet it's so I don't. I don't remember if it was on a podcast. But. Zac Kelvin. ACA said one time that the critics should just like critics are just write positive reviews only. And if you don't like the thing, you should just not talk about it and that would be great. It's like that should be in my opinion, like the approach to a lot of things, it's like, celebrate the things he really liked talking about them all the time and the other shit just fucking ignore it. It's bad. Who cares? It doesn't matter. But like people, whether it's a Star Wars movie that everybody's really invested in or whether it's like some comedians thing that they're like, here's my perspective on her. Here's my take or or just somebody who's going around on the internet saying, like, I'm an expert on XYZ. I'm like, dude, the body cameras, and I know what I'm talking about. It's like people are out of your minds for doing shit like, yeah, it's, it's, it's crazy, you know, an apples apples to blame for a lot of it because you know, they made everything. Everything is so user friendly, and you know, every fucking makes you a movie editor or or a musician or because it's all paint by numbers and whatever. And you know, I, it's, it's, it's. It would be fine if people just used it in a hobby type of fashion. But when people start using those things and saying, I can, I'm on everybody else's level that it's like, you're not, you're not. I think who'll in resource to allow more accessibility for people to get into maybe see whether or not they like this. Sure. And it does let people make these things that they want to make, but there is something to be said about, well, what wait are you giving what you're making? I think that I think that. To kind of make a movie with their phone now. And that's kind of cool in the fact that if you have this story to tell see if you can slash if it's worth telling, but then you know, you're not spike Jones because you have well, and that's, and I think that's the problem. The people will yell as loudly. You will surely be for some reason, the people that are actually doing that kind of stuff with these products and and opportunities are not being seen anywhere. They're not. They're also not the ones replying to Ryan Johnson. Exactly. Exactly. These people are in the in the wings..

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"heike" Discussed on Pull Up with CJ McCollum

Pull Up with CJ McCollum

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"heike" Discussed on Pull Up with CJ McCollum

"Bay area coke cakes. I love coke as man. You don't say that barrier. Pairs just soup is this mellow like it's super mellow out there real true. Maryland from Maryland. PG county. PG mass? Yes, home bro. Too many memories there. Michael jordan. These a go. The phrase hall of fame will comes to mind. You know, you're gonna be in the hall of fame, right? You ever thought about that? Yeah. You you don't. You don't really register. That's pretty cool. This is just prestigious, really every player wants to be there. As like heaven for basketball player is low key Heike. You get the jacket news be up there, Kronman fool, tears. You could see it. Really. I pictured a hall of fame like me walking into the doors like me walking into the pearly gates almost I hate the compared to because one is just so much better, but. The hell. The fame just sounds so sweet. It's crazy. Tom brady. He's timeless, Tom Brady's, Tom, the he sat in on your meeting of Boston didn't here. That's crazy. That was it's respected the greatness man. A lot of people say on time, Tom's Tom's a dot. We got to finish with Donald Trump..

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"heike" Discussed on Latinos Who Lunch

Latinos Who Lunch

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"heike" Discussed on Latinos Who Lunch

"The way this is amazing also bid also bitch my friend lori shouted to our laurie who went to drag con with all your shirt just in time she actually like jeweled she stoned did you stone shirt she dawn skeleton shirt so i was wearing a stone skeleton shirt with my cardigan that was my that was my gala attire to regard a guy orga the organizers were like is that what you're gonna wear and i'm like yeah bitch this is it so anyway that happened and i couldn't believe it and i was like low key heike embarrassed and because i don't know i i felt like i my speech sucked and whatever and i was so you kidding i wasn't there and i'm fucking clapping and sweating over here like that sounds amazing fug what you you just like give them more than probably anybody else did so like don't even fuck endowed your side wasn't i i was i was the misc oh you don't know because you're not you're not today with drag race but i was the misc record of of alan turing awards so very insecure for no reason so okay so then alaska actually got the last prize which was the biggest prize of the night she got like the on eight she was like the honored guests for the whole night.

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"heike" Discussed on The Jump

The Jump

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"heike" Discussed on The Jump

"You said lebron says he wants to play with heike players i think if he plays it those guys within the confines of the basketball court they are smart are mature they do play the right way the are they do know the game yeah doc is right what they do off camera and all that that's different as a different kind of maturity and i q and all that we've been talking about it for a year we're gonna know within a month postseason may have ended earlier than we hope but never fear clapback season is indeed year round tuesday fan tweeted a response to read about championship or take mentality staying i see a few blazers fans talk of trading game lillard because we can't top golden state because of that mentality can't win a title blow it up that's so annoying i want to watch his career with us and enjoy the ride wherever he takes us ideally to title which is a very cool mature fan response daimler those further said careful what they wish for i love david cj because they are never to say what they are thinking what is your reaction to dame saying that oh it's a little different from his usual reactions right has used a reactions kind of used to be kind of shut up i am right now gets out and this one was kind of more kind of reflective and sobering okay is that what you want maybe maybe i should join drew my own super team now here's the thing i think there's going to be a lot of all star level talent moved this off season because so many teams don't have cap space that's the only way to make it work so there's a lot of blow up candidates in the nba and portland is one of them whether they moved aim or not as different story but i don't think it's out of the realm of possibility.

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"heike" Discussed on I Love Marketing with Joe Polish and Dean Jackson

I Love Marketing with Joe Polish and Dean Jackson

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"heike" Discussed on I Love Marketing with Joe Polish and Dean Jackson

"And so some people think oh well i remember i exactly can you take them up that slide by a buyer consultation than a colin than a webinar all types of things before you give them to a sales person as harmful and love you understand accommodation between there's a difference remarketing itself betty market up to sell when unit having a boiler room situation you to to to looking at this the quadrant and saying if you're very highly capable at marketing are very hyper cells but very low capable and marketing and that salesperson's getting on value up that's when you get boiler room issues your high capabilities on sales and heike goes on marketing boatswain's are high capabilities and you've gone up the slide you built genus talked about because you build a relationship with them because they're buying and don't you can't take them off the slot sometimes people say oh sell this program about how to make your yourself more productive and then they grab another product off the shelf saying hey this one will be work as an upset so that crazy under the this one in the funnel but it's about manage your money with might be you got them off the slide a slide is narrow and specific and trust is bill when you are when you are shooting your message you should should've movie that you want to call me and they show you a drama the trust is gone so you're saying consistent of a slide so.

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"heike" Discussed on Binge Mode: Game of Thrones

Binge Mode: Game of Thrones

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"heike" Discussed on Binge Mode: Game of Thrones

"Or quote knocking a few protons off the old hydrogen atom this goes for marie curie radium cat to the best part you can be certain she discovered the little man in the canoe ernest cline latest jomon one of the greatest authors who has ever strong words together in the english language before we go we want to tell you about ringer we have exciting news role you bring your heads out there during the new version days with his shiny new store for that you could check out right now we have hats could yes and and tell me he vin an exclusive schaefer rondo disrespectful tshirt your friends will be low key jealous maybe even heike jealous when they see you strutton as one does strutton down the street official ringer zip up hoodie we are letting you loyalists nece get first dibs on the goods go yes to the rare dot com slash shop to preorder your merch now these are limited run items and will not last long once they are gone they gone check out the ringer dot com slash shop to preorder your official ringer merchandise to day you can also find the link to the ringer web store the show notes.

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Panthers' Christian McCaffrey helps save man's life in hiking accident

Gary and Larry

02:12 min | 3 years ago

Panthers' Christian McCaffrey helps save man's life in hiking accident

"And bring the car as the parking's on me but remember our hills you might want to leave the bike at home on this one gary and larry continue andrei yet vr six eight on these boards legal or illegal baru lumbering christian mccaffrey all america's stanford couple years at a pretty good rookie season with with carolina budding as disappointing to be honestly but eighty passes he did some good receiver but you know you're talking about a guy that what what was he would you say he was the eu's top 10 pick eighth pick overall he was not much between the tackles and this was the debate i had with with the great todd who sack who i thinks as good a football analyst as there is but my claim was that mccaffrey is not an every down between the tackles running back he's a complimentary peace and todd argue the other way in a looks like at least one year in house that has has this for what what's what's he had right he's wrong he says somebody's life and all you care about is running between the tackles that's all i care about go ahead hey anyway so mccaffrey's hiking with the two brothers uh two of his brothers and two other people in castle rock colorado that's where the mccaffrey's make their home is dead was a an outstanding receiver for the broncos anyway they see this seventy two year old guy got a good name to dan smoker he seventy two fell about twenty feet onto a rock while heike with his grandson mccaffrey immediately called 911 then uh with his group rushed to help him uh and home i gather injuries were terrible a broken femur a broken pelvis a broken neck uh fractured ribs in bleeding on the brain thank god and smokers son a credits mccaffrey's group with saving his father's life so there you go when he would mccaffrey was there this two brothers dylan and macs max is a nine or right now he's on the niners roster really yeah he's a he's wide receiver i believe well emag the former duke blue devil himself man that's at all wait ago made me you know the.

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"heike" Discussed on She Didn't Text Back Podcast

She Didn't Text Back Podcast

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"heike" Discussed on She Didn't Text Back Podcast

"Yeah and you know i use the not like my sister either you were literally there when he realized that i love my wherever it was that 2015 yet netanyahu ally changing here for me i realise i love my sister and ever since then i've realized my sisters the greatest nursery is the greatest awesome yeah and i have a kid i was like i don't like my sister wasted time that's how it is is a key persona non a lotta you don't see a lot of siblings or hear about it often where they just like really like each other nia is rare it's because of gels of each other huh yeah and you're also so close to them for so long ads i get out of my space bit yeah and their soul in your space so yeah don't don't why did you calls minority brothers think about that i did have a show called the minority report but i also like minority brothers yeah i might have to make that into something i sound like a sitcom minority rather than embassy would by that yes i ask them in hippie see which ones embassy other no that cbs fresh princes nbc out they definitely would by that then i chose nbc alka sherry the next one ah hey willing daring this was a little longer love the podcast first time email you guys thank you appreciate it i have an odd predicament i'm an 18yearold from texas i started seeing his girl let's call her sara i've been hanging out at her house a lot she lives with their parents the families actually really cool they have a re they have a very close relationship it's definitely something that i have to get used to you because my family doesn't hang out like this well last friday night the mom might have may be low key slash heike came on to me.

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"heike" Discussed on The Solid Verbal: Living College Football

The Solid Verbal: Living College Football

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"heike" Discussed on The Solid Verbal: Living College Football

"Lowkey answer my heike answer is auburn washington all right let's go to another question here dan you get to pick before we pay another bill okay so we ask for what super bowl food question yeah that was part of it ratings anti newborn wants no longtime rabbani ratings on any buffalo foothills so that is to say buffalo sauce some kind of mixture of hot sauce in butter and incorporating them at super bowl snacks as examples he gives buffalo chicken dip wings pasta and you make buffalo pasta i don't see why not you toss a pasta and some sauce that sounds dreadful i think if he had maybe a buffalo chicken pasta so it's sort of like a buffalo chicken pasta salad maybe god maybe it's chilled owner uh i don't know it sounds fine to me buffalo chicken dip i think is number one i've had that and i didn't have a growing up by denote existed nile in new york it was very good i think that's number one followed i followed very closely by buffalo chicken wings and the reason i put the dip above the wings because the wings tend to be messy and at that china had stepped he got to have a dip at the super bowl party um and i think a really good buffalo chicken dip can be the talk of the party that's right i've only had maybe a once or twice and it was was very good both times there by the way if you wanna feel fake healthy and eat vegetables buffalo cucumbers with a little bit if if you there's like a crumbling cheese that cata highlighted at loo tie toss him kooks and buffalo sauce with like a crumbling chief hugh kse coupon baby geez.

"heike" Discussed on First and Last

First and Last

01:33 min | 4 years ago

"heike" Discussed on First and Last

"But heike and this is the biggest thing i want everyone to take away from day one everyone to listen loud and clear want especially the people from the body i'm about to mention i want you to lean n and i want you to really take this in really understand what i'm trying to say because heike the ncw needs to figure it out in give these tools to the kids give them the ability that they need to go forward be go productive members of the nfl celebration group and change that stupid rule in college that can overturn a touchdown because a kid may of show boded a little bit on the way to the end zone there is no chance none whatsoever that it should be possible for you to wipe out a touchdown after the fact because a kid enjoyed himself on the way to the end zone or once he got their figure it out and aa you know what happened nothing lead on fire yesterday when the guys in the nfl celebrated noone skin started to burn the son didn't explode and the earth didn't open up underneath the stadium and swallow everyone into an an infinite abyss now it was all good and i promise the college kids can hit and hell they're even a little bit in some cases more in touch with what's really going on and i bet they can deliver some gold for you first and last podcast first and last podcast front of the nfl of teams that are actually still making some headway in.

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"heike" Discussed on First and Last

First and Last

01:31 min | 4 years ago

"heike" Discussed on First and Last

"Because i always love the idea you're supposed to be learning the playbook doing all this stuff like yemen that's will work is four but i'm at work all day learning the playbook the idea that your whole 24 hours is consumed with that one thing especially the mantra of learning the playbook at this point of the season when you've done that and it's pared down and all these different things like we got to figure out nuclear to go with on that one lowkey heike for them lowkey heike for the denver broncos now heike we might have to worry about this broncos pass defense in a way that we didn't think about aaron shots who works for football outsiders tweeted that people were upset with him but going into this weekend's game were they lose to their division t rival in the san diego chargers the broncos pass defense mtv away which takes into account the probability of the yards game on each play eighteenth and pass de be away before the lost today a pass defense that certainly has had some different parts shuffled endured his big traditionally great while the run defense continues to hold down this is a team that has struggled on the back end giving it up there and on the other side when you lowkey look at things it's getting a little dicey in there for trevor simeon real quick guy who we were all high on of beginning a season.

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"heike" Discussed on Shane And Friends

Shane And Friends

01:43 min | 4 years ago

"heike" Discussed on Shane And Friends

"I don't mind that oscillators when people have news further fanned of that makes me want a bird has until may maybe i think he'll get killed actually you know what medically are two daughters out for our fans wide right to be labelled saturday on all the normandy all right is there any it'd be lumped into one who now they have their love slipped out their own nannies fans of multiple artists they're don't label them as one area as your onto that hasn't happened organically the may been none of us as we do you need to call yourself whatever you want to be called a threat i love that an embrace it i love it 5 guys go get take me on all the places items the spotify title apple music no one is this title apple music evola music i know the song is really really really fucking good has radio picked their in pick it up i think they will be better he so i miss on on radio right now i'm ready i suggest quest to people request to it i don't know but require use the code akwa works anymore i don't know i used to live on the dap businesses that charming and sweden several about calling how we're gonna be like heike police base i saw the same and right now get ahead the play let's kill guys this has been this has been doing great ruehe i can't believe i just did a park us with you because this is so breezy while or firm i wanna make sure looming over my notes me maker i got i got every is i want you to go through we have a little chat yes outside of at all i got off the record tied yes rationing christian got it are how do you do got it.

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"heike" Discussed on The Read

The Read

01:55 min | 4 years ago

"heike" Discussed on The Read

"She's like trying to learn more about herself and she's kind of stuck in this i'm an android who am i what is the world means sorta thing for most of the movie fishy goals this asian lady house who was like typical old asian woman doesn't speak english that well how would you like tea and she brings are in and come to find out the person that she used to be before she was turned into an android like her spirits mind or her ghost calcutta is actually the the woman who she was speaking to her daughter was like abducted basically and experiments and on and placed into this android i'm assuming because i stopped it after this result fleshing up so you're gonna tell me that not only did you hire a white woman supply this traditionally asian woman but she also changed their name and then added in this this never takes place in any of the ghosts michelle should i've ever seen but she not only like you made it so that basically an asian girl was abducted and i guess killed and placed into the body of a robot why won't thought that said to me you wanted this woman's be white saul bad that you wrote one of the tackiest somebody please correct me if i'm if i'm um consuming this wrong if i got the wrong idea if maybe there was something i miss 'cause i turn it off filming in but that's me was just like i am y'all our soul pressed you were so proud to have a white person plave is that use wished it all up so much immediate like heike offense is on top like in the end they she could've y couldn't she just be a psycho she just been a japanese women a day make no damn sense to me yes and may fields.

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"heike" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

01:45 min | 4 years ago

"heike" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"To come we gotta get fathers back into the homes and we gotta tell women the value of their bodies and the beauty of them that they can wait for me and that loves them and that it unless they are seeking some kind of amazing situation of rape or something of that sort that women have the power to choose what happens to their bodies and i wanna thank you again for this on for tuning in there every year billions to the these are these are very particular women their superstar celebrities there you know wealthy his maybe beyond measure in in in beyonce's is i don't know uh does that speak widely or is it like okay they're up there and some kind of you know on some pedestals so up far above many people's ordinary lives that it that it doesn't really touch well i think it's very interesting i think we have a world that is a crash with celebrity and and i i'm an empowerment speaker and speak at like i said at the odds when inch got all kinds of things and i know that our culture is subtle a fast with celebrity and everybody wants to be an instagram to and everybody wants to be kim car dash yet and so in that regard any time you have a celebrity doing anything whether negative or positive it's making waves in the minds of this heike of our young people and even older adults strangely enough we're all being impacted whether or not we admit it so there was images can be considered to be valuable in the fact that they're schilling a dichotomy in and opposition to maybe the reality that those young people are experiencing every day in communities had our challenge and it speaks to what is possible for them i do believe that tom dealer pursue a call from sean it very much thank you for calling showed goes.

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