35 Burst results for "Highschool"

Student wounded in Arkansas high school shooting

CRUSADE Channel Previews

00:56 sec | 16 hrs ago

Student wounded in Arkansas high school shooting

"A school shooting in arkansas. South dakota governor wants another term and allegations in chicago a fifteen year. Old boy killed a fellow student and an arkansas junior highschool monday morning and has been detained in a juvenile detention facility. According to pine bluff. Police chief kelvin. Sergeant shooting happened in a hallway at watson chapel. Junior high school as students were switching classes at about ten. Am schools in the city of pine bluff located about forty miles southeast of little rock. School went on lockdown after the shooting. And the shooter ran away but was found in a nearby neighborhood by a tracking dog. The wounded boy who is also fifteen was airlifted to a little walk hospital. He was listed in very serious condition and later died. Sergeant also commented quote. We don't have a definite motive right now as to why the incident occurred however we do believe this was targeted incident. As opposed to random incident

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Pile of Junkers

Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

05:31 min | 3 weeks ago

Pile of Junkers

"On the morning of the third of august. Two thousand eighteen. A two day tour run by you. Air began taking its passengers from dubai. Dorf north of the alps to the canton of chino on the south side of the alps. Both the outward flight on friday on and the return flight on saturday were scheduled to take place on the dick yonkers. You j. you fifty two. We're just going to say j in this case Three mg four e commercial aircraft registered as h. b. dash hot Hp ht conducted as a commercial air transport operation under visual flight. Rules pilots a. m. b. had been entrusted to want to perform both flights alternating the roles as commander or pilot flying and co pilot or pilot monitoring. Pardon the interruption. When we're recording the show live. The only person who can hear me is captain jeff. Now he's decided to include my audio here in the post. Show edit lucky you enjoy. Here's something important from my haul boxes here jeff okay. I'm directing my attention to something in the chat room. oh yes okay. and s. u. s. T. would be pronounced dee schweizerische since your highs soon dares schramm geshe gel. La is guess. Us brave. I have one full year of highschool germany under my belt high school during german. I spoke german nailed. I haul boxes playing steps role. That's what she says. Yeah all right. Thank you very much for that Little interruption i think that was worth it and now i just have to figure out where i was. Okay switzerland's and i'm not gonna pronounce that again s. u. s. t. released their final report concluding the problem was going to mention that in the really really nice little video that the s. u. s. t. Put together kind of an expert explanatory video of the accident. The talked about the fact that both the captain and co-pilot both pilots here were previous military pilots and then they were also previous airline pilots. Kinda like nick. And i if we ended up doing one of these two are thing. Nice nice little retirement gig. They were in the early sixties. Yeah it's beautiful. I love aside. Finally young jay fifty two around on your new leisurely days on fortunately did go very well for the direct cause on the final report. The accident is attributable to the fact that after losing control the aircraft there was insufficient space to regain control thus the aircraft collided with a train The terrain. I should say no there wasn't a train. Evolved like to. The investigation identified the following direct causal factors of the accident the flight crew piloted the aircraft in a very high risk manner by navigating it into a narrow valley at low altitude and with no possibility of an alternative flight path. The flight crew chose a dangerously. Low airspeed has regard to the flight path. Both factors meant that. The turbulence which was to be expected in such circumstances was able to lead not only to short term stall with loss of control but also to an unreliable. I don't think i looked at word. Thought on rectifiable. Don't think there is such a word and there isn't So a not rectifiable situation Directly contributory contribute contributory factors. The investigation identified the following factors as directly contributing to the accident. The flight crew was accustomed to not complying with recognize rules for safe flight operations and taking high risks. Just like naked. I would do. I'm sure The aircraft involved in the accident was operating with a center of gravity position that was beyond the rear limit. Who that's not good. That's never get ya. This situation facilitated the loss of control. Systemic 'cause the investigation identified the following systemic causes of the accident the requirements for operating the aircraft and commercial air transport operations with regard to the legal basis applicable. At the time of the accident. Were not met Some other systemically contributory factors the investigation identified the following factors as systematic systemically contributing to the accident. Due to the air operator's enact inadequate working equipment. It was not possible to calculate the accurate mass and center of gravity of its j. You fifty two aircraft in particular. The air operator's crews who were trained as air force. Pilots seemed to be accustomed to systematically failing to comply with generally recognized aviation rules. Who to get free potted bank ever employee mac down on the air force over here. I know and a taking high risks. When flying j fifty two aircraft

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How 9/11 Set Robert Saleh on the Path to Coaching the New York Jets

ESPN Daily

03:55 min | Last month

How 9/11 Set Robert Saleh on the Path to Coaching the New York Jets

"And how many years have you been covering this franchise. Pablo f govern the jets for thirty two years. Which is longer than any person in history that's deserves a purple heart or you know a trip to the insane asylum but yes. It's thirty two years. And so how. Many coaches coaches have you seen. Come through the new york jets in that time. Yeah it's funny because the other day w- before they introduced roberts sala. I went back and checked because we need covered. That long. And the jets chains coaches so often you lose track over over time. He ends well. Total man okay. So you're the perfect person to talk to today. Your latest piece rich is about number twelve robert sala and his decidedly unique journey to new york city and the nfl coaching ranks. So before we get into all of the football and there is so much there. Tell me a little bit about robert. Saleh's background where did he grow up in. What was his upbringing like. Robert grew up in dearborn michigan which is just outside of detroit. Most people know it as a home of ford motor company but it's also the largest percentage of arab americans in the country. He is the grandson of lebanese immigrant. Muslim neighborhood a very strong and closely knit neighborhood and football was a big part of it. At robert really has football in his family. His dad played at eastern michigan university. He was. I'm told a very good middle linebacker. In fact he had a tryout with the chicago bears uncles who played cousins. Who played his older brother. David played all at ford's in high school. You mentioned the solid name at forts in high school and there is a strong tradition. Some of the best players in the schools history are members of the family from an early age. When robert was a seven year old waterboy for his older brother's football team. Football has been a huge part of his life. The family's life very much part of his upbringing in dearborn michigan so robert is growing up in this lebanese-american muslim family in dearborn a football family. What kind of player was robert himself. Yeah very good player. A captain in highschool played two ways. He was a linebacker in a tight end and really good. I talked to his high school coach. Jeff sturdiness in. I asked him. I said what kind of player was robert. He said he was like all the other solids he can really hit. You actually wears a bracelet to this day on his on his wrist during games. It says extreme violence. So i guess we could describe him as a very physical player who was good enough to get a scholarship in northern michigan and he went on to become an all conference. Tight end in northern michigan fell was ever a serious option for him. But i would say you know a really good ice school football player who enjoyed a solid career. So if you're a football player with that decidedly unsubtle mission statement rich. What do you do after college. Robert went to the exact opposite spectrum of what that mission statement would be. I mean he goes to work behind a desk working a nine to five job in a very stuffy. Corporate office building in downtown detroit is a credit analyst for america bank putting his finance degree work. His brother david is in the financial world is well you know. He graduated with a finance degree. So this is just following in the footsteps of his family. You know his dad had some done. Some business work. His grandfather was actually owned his own furniture store in dearborn. So he's really robert. Sala is point in his life in the year. Two thousand just anna colleges just following in the footsteps of some of his other relatives.

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A Conversation With James Fox

Walking the Shadowlands

04:45 min | Last month

A Conversation With James Fox

"James thank you very much for joining us today. From you on the show we could stop with you telling us about how you got into documentary filmmaking and specifically how you got into the erie of few documentaries that would take us back to the early. Nineteen nineties where. I had a father who was paralyzed from the neck down with multiple sclerosis and he was a writer and in. So i've been traveling. He was a fantastic to larry's driven ambitious intelligent witty. Great fun guy. We traveled the world together. I was his legs. Is schommer is secretaries nurse. With a lot of fun. We interviewed. Stephen hawking we interviewed race cartilage legend. Dan gurney traveled to formula one races down in mexico city. I mean we did some really cool stuff and my my father was a brilliant writer. I was always amazed at how could put words together and So good at it. Got such a skill and i had picked up probably in the late eighties very early. Ninety certainly the late eighties early nineties. A video camera from a friend of mine. And i was so a amazed at the technology of steve instant. The did was take back then. But the instant playback it's like you know it was amazing. It was a real novelty back then and and what a great tool it was for documenting things and so i started doing video production. You know probably my very early twenties and Probably i dunno. I want to say when i was around. Twenty three twenty four a very good high school friend of mine. One of my best friends. One of my best mates we We bought a car length. We flew to europe from america. We bought a car in london. And we drove this old fiat. One thirty one doors read two hundred pounds for it. We drove it all the way to added justin not just had a hell of a of adventure together and car did make it out four gold back but he was a good friend of sky rene and he started to tell me back back in the us About ufo's in one of my best friends honestly and i had. He didn't talk to me about highschool but he talked about it later in early twenties tonight. I thought he'd lost mind. I really did talking about roswell. You take your you haven't heard about roswell and i just thought well it's been a good friend and i'm gonna have to write him off. He's lost his mind and I was telling the story to a a mentor apprentice. Video production house in san francisco Ellison horn productions have been like this in this guy. Richard van sickle was was one of the senior people at the production house. The brilliant guy. I really looked up to him. And i just one day told him all. You're not gonna believe really good friend of mine is tell me about your phone and then about how you crashed and aliens were recovered in roswell back in the forties. Got my poor friend. He's lost his mind and Richard turns me and he says no. You heard about that. I said haven't heard. But no i haven't heard fully happened. He said they actually admitted that it happened. And i thought well hang on a minute. richard. Somebody i look up to and i respect and very intelligent. He runs his video production company. And i thought well if richard thinks that happened. Maybe i should take a closer look. And so i did. And i went to a couple of conferences and i Befriended some military guys basically exchanged offered an exchange of of documenting them and making you know Making their interviews available to the public and documenting presentations and things of that nature in in exchange. They kind of brought me into their world. Bit and then I think when i was twenty four maybe twenty five. I said hey. I'm a documentary on your phones. And i was amazed at how not unsupportive. My father was because my father was

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Co-Op Gaming Reflections

Play Your Way

06:23 min | Last month

Co-Op Gaming Reflections

"Let's dive into co op gaming. What coop gaming is what our personal experiences with. It are what we love about it miss about it. Is it still in our lives. Let's talk about it. let's get into it. Let's do it for me. It co op. Gaming is kind of something that moore took place in highschool in anywhere else really growing up. I had a lot of friends that i lived in the same neighborhood. As but we didn't really play a whole ton of co op games really. It was kind strange. The we played a lot of smash brothers and a lot of stuff like that but for the most part we part time just kind of watching each other play single player games. It was fun. We enjoyed our time. But eventually i moved towns in kind of lost contact with those guys and got into high. School is kind of was around. The time. That online cooper really started to become a big thing and i talked about in the first episode. It's when i kind of transition to every friday would or not every month with games with gold on xbox they'd be dropping a new game in a lot of them just had online co op functionality. And mean a lot of friends from high school. Would just you know get together late nights and we would play together in go through these new games that we would have access to and we had a ton of fine and then also in college how You have a lot of time. Spent on co op gaming with a buddy of mine. Who who had a lot of fun your plane we also. We'll we'll talk about probably a little bit later in the podcast. A lot of the games that we time with. But yeah for me. They'll cobb gaming was a big part of you know school too early college years and even now to we did the stream together with halo and and i was a blast. I enjoyed that at ten. Yeah i think it was I think it was great. What's funny too is when i was thinking about that. When we played halo one in halo two the master chief collection online co op when thinking about this episode and brainstorm in my personal experience. What's crazy is that he didn't not even come to mind. Because you know i'm thinking couch co op and you know when i've you like an online game like oh it's it's just online multiplayer but it's like no that that was co op like there was a single objective. We're progressing through the story. It was both of us we were we were co op in it. Yeah yeah it's really. It really is strange to kind of take a look at things and see how they've changed over the years you know the traditional co op experiences. Kinda rare to see nowadays bright. And we've been discussing this. Just digging through you know has co op. Gaming declined is still present. Or does it just look different and well. The answer is like yes yes. It's all of that. It's taken different forms. It still existed in some ways. It has declined and it's just it looks differently. It's tough to get a real good grasp on on what it is right and and we can definitely died a little bit more. We wanted to in that in terms of my own personal experience with with coop. Kind of like you. I didn't really have a lot of co-op experiences as a kid. It was more of you know. Yeah i'm watching a friend play or i'm you know on playing pokemon single player on my own on the ds or gameboy. I'm not really doing any coop or even a or possibly like online multiplayer and call of duty online. Like there was there was not a significant. Like getting a friend sitting on the couch. Let's beat the story together until later in life. Literally twenty twenty with the halo one halo two as well as my wife niki. Were we played a decent amount of co-op games not a whole lot. But a cynic significant number. I'll probably just jump into the ones that i have played which includes zelda four swords adventure which we've already discussed and you can listen to episode to my quarrels with playing that game coop. If you played a single player you probably had a fantastic experience. coop. Be prepared period. I'll just say that. I'm not even going to give you some specific so we need to be prepared for just be prepared for source adventure and captain toad treasure tracker on the switch which is a highly recommended couch co op game. Very fun We both enjoyed it a lot in. It's not really one of those where you get mad at each other. Shore are some incidences. Or you're like okay. Come on you're lying behind or no. You should have done that. But it's a very tranquil calming. Let's work together. What you would envision a co-op game to be you know a co-op puzzle game specifically. We played a little bit of epic. Mickey i believe epic mickey to specifically one hundred three sixty have not beaten on one but we played a little bit of that one. I think that was actually two thousand. And nineteen another good one that we played the sheer couch. Co op is the knack. That was a very enjoyable op experience It was a little bit like a platformer beat em ups game. It was a game that was a launch title for the playstation four. But just a short sweet very very enjoyable couch co op experience. Which we'll get into kind of some things of why i love coop caming and use a knack as a reference but lastly the final title coop game that keep in mind this list this is my co op experience. After i name this last one i haven't really played a whole lot of co op games outside of this but i really do enjoy them and i really do wish there was

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Mirror, Mirror, On The Wall: Can You  Reveal An Animal's Inner World At All?

Short Wave

07:31 min | 2 months ago

Mirror, Mirror, On The Wall: Can You Reveal An Animal's Inner World At All?

"Okay nelson gordon. Gallup came up with this mark test. And i assume he actually you know like tested some animals. The one that made the splash was chimpanzees. So he put this big mirror just outside their cage and at first the chimpanzees acted in the way that a lot of other species do like the mirror. Image was another animal a stranger. You know that you might attack After a couple of days though that changed the chimpanzees started using the mirror to look at parts of their bodies that they couldn't normally see like opening their mouth and looking at the keys. They looked at their bottoms and their genitals. I mean of course they did know of course they did then gallup with the chimps under anesthesia and marked their ears and their foreheads. With a red dye the animals woke up. They saw themselves in the mirror and what they did was to reach out and touch and examine the marks on their faces only be seen in near so they realized the marks were on their own faces by looking in the mirror. Okay so that's chimps are close relatives. What about like monkeys. So he told me that monkeys could be exposed to mirrors for literally years and would never spontaneously use the mirror to do any kind of self examination like that but if quietly snuck into their room and you know in a mirror was there and the monkeys saw the person in the mirror. They turn around to confront them. They could use the image of of us me and my students in the mirror to bonaventure our behavior and respond appropriately. Okay so just like my creepy low dog. That is just like your. I mean. I don't know if your dog responds appropriately. Yeah i told them about your dog and he totally thinks your dog could be using mirrors to spy on you. I mean it sounds like her no honestly but in in terms of using a mirror like people do to look at yourself. How many species can actually do that. Well if you ask him he thinks it's just humans chimps entering. That's his view okay. So you're saying if you ask him that makes me feel like there are other views out there. Yes so if you ask diana at hunter college she'll tell you that dolphins and elephants can recognize themselves. And you know it is hard to test dolphins. I mean think about it. They just don't have hand right. You can't really like poke your own face with the flipper. Yeah yeah so. She had to come up with variations of the mark test. Like in one experiment. They used a marker to kind of draw on a dolphins body in different places But they didn't do it secretly so these dolphins could actually feel the marks being made the idea was. Would they race to the mirror afterwards and orient immediately to the place where they've been marked as if they had something in mind on their way to the mirror they were going to use it as a tool to look at the mark and we. That's exactly what we found. Wow okay that's that's pretty cool. What about What about elephants. They have trunks right so it feels like you do this kind of mark test. Maybe we'll she and some colleagues did study elephants at the bronx zoo and so again. Not so easy. They had to get this big jumbo eight by eight foot unbreakable mirror and she says the elephants seem to look at themselves and they did all kinds of unusual things like they'd rhythmically move their trunk or you know one of them would use a trunk to pull an era forward in front of the mirror like it was looking at it One of them touched this white x shaped mark that they put on her head. You know she used her own trunk and sort of investigated but two of the others didn't do that with the marta. So you know recess. She's tested other elephants since then and she does think they get it you know. She thinks they just recognize that what they see in the mirror is them okay. So so back to the original mark test developer. Gallup doesn't buy that. Dolphins and elephants no themselves in a mirror. He just doesn't think it's been conclusively shown. I mean there's been claims over the years about weird behavior with mirrors in all kinds of species. Birds fish aunts manta rays. And you know he says there's always this problem of if you have an animal doing strange stuff in front of a mirror and they do odd stuff right. There's this danger of seeing whatever it is you want to see. You know what their behavior actually means can be hard to figure out. Well i mean for that matter now what does it mean if an animal unequivocally passes gallup's mark tests like does that mean that they're actually self aware gallup thinks that the tests means they're self-aware. He basically thinks that self awareness is like being able to make yourself the object of your own attention and he says that you know if you're looking at yourself in mirror and recognizing yourself in the mirror. You're kind of like literally doing that. And that this says something about the animals internal world and its ability to understand other animals mental states But you know that's kind of romantic idea in a way you know that that that just as muir recognition says something really profound animals internal world. And so you know daniel pov- anneli doesn't really buy it. So he's a researcher and he told me when he first read about gallup's mark test for mirror self recognition in highschool. It made him wanna spend his whole life studying chimpanzees. You know. I bought into the story of mirrors and sulfur ignition hook line and sinker because it is a compelling story. Yeah i mean like wow there are creatures out there just like him just like people and all it took was a mirror to uncover this magic secret about that more whatever exactly but i gather from his tone. No longer feels that way. No no i mean. He's a researcher with the university of louisiana at lafayette and he spent years studying champs and mirrors and self recognition all this stuff and he says you know just think about when you go to a mirror say in the morning when you wake up you drag yourself there. You're looking at your image and like maybe you're all but drag with sleep in your eyes and you start having all of these thoughts. You're just like geez. I look older and you think about time and time is passing and then you start thinking about who you once were and your future and what other people think and on and on but is that which required do i have to think about any of that in order to brush my teeth in front of the mirror. He says you do not need all of these higher order concepts of self and self awareness to use a mirror in a practical way to just understand that like your physical motions are connected to the mirror in some way. Yes we saying like when a chimp interacts with its own mirror image. We can't know what it's thinking about. We have no clue and finally pointed out to me with training. In how mirrors work rhesus monkeys can actually learn to recognize themselves in mirrors and. Pass the mark test you know. So what does it mean if an animal with training can do this. He said he doesn't think dolphins been shown to do it yet but he says oh it could probably be taught to do it sure. What about my dog. Now what do you think. I don't know i mean maybe i mean. Some people have suggested their dogs. You know. the visual system isn't as important and like self awareness or self recognition might be more like smell related. Yeah yeah that makes sense so we need some kind of like olfactory mirror. Scientists have been working on that mattie. No okay no well thank you for this tour through the muir amazed that is research on animals and mirrors. I will think of you the next time. I see my dog gazing at my reflection. Which i imagine it's going to be in like five minutes. Enjoy

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Goals: Write it Down, Break it Down!

Los Compas Lounge: a PSA for Brown Men

04:52 min | 2 months ago

Goals: Write it Down, Break it Down!

"You know wanting that That you know the three of were talking. The other day was You know things that Things that we put on the board. You know What we wanted to accomplish this This year you know. And start thinking about goals man and What exactly are goals and do you achieve them. And then we started asking you know maybe not everyone knows what a goal is you know and and you know we're kicking back in the lounge and usa. Hey man this sounds like a topic you know and So that's where we're going to be talking about today is Are twenty twenty goals so compass. John's like a good topic to get into while for me. I like to think about goal as an idea of future result. Sometimes you put a vision out there. You want to see what would be your preferred south. Were look like or preferred result would look like and now is the best way that i learned about goes and believe it or not I didn't know what a goal and objectives. And how to define that nadia to like high school man. I mean not. I'm sorry into college in highschool shit you know it just didn't click but it was a big eye opener for me in college and i had to catch up right. I do think about this. Okay i got out to start writing down stuff. And i'm breaking it out so a goal is for example. You know an idea or a future something you wanna get like if you want to buy a new car or say you want to lose weight right so you say that's glow i wanna lose weight in twenty twenty for example so if you look at that you break it down further those would be your objectives so one of your objectives is to figure out what your exercise routines gonna look like have a plan for that. Another objective can be. How do you cut back on carbs. A third objective is. I want to lose five pounds week one. I want to lose ten pounds week to i to have these different milestones. That's the kind of example that i always like to use is the big goal and in the little steps and again as you were saying you just triggered or you said a word that i was gonna say that about milestones that when you when you have a goal you have to set out Like a path you know and it's good. It's nice sometimes. You have to have realistic. I mean you have to have realistic goal. But it's good to drink too but those are two different two different things. Yes it can be positive negative. Because i always hear my wife sometimes like there's nothing wrong with dreams. You have to shoot for the stars sometimes or have these your trees follow your dreams and it's beautiful dream To have nice things or whatever it may be and then figure out backtrack were work yourself when when sometimes when you're a little kid and somebody had that you amaze your. Here's a start. Here's the end times. It was easier to start at the work your way back. You know shooting. I don't know if you remember cleaned out with mazes not exactly as little kids i mean this vision visualizing stuff is very important and we shouldn't squash our kids dreams right. Had these really big dreams and then as you get older or if you're able to break down those dreams and you have to break it onto like what's the reality realistically can you do. Is this a far fetched dream that you want to be the best piano player but yet you don't wanna put in the time to learn piano then. Hey come on. that's just you know that's just a false dream where aruban. What do you call those kinds of dreams. Well i'm just going on on on dreams. I think dreams are great man. And i think as we get older we lose the magic of of dreaming big men and we get complacent and we. You know ten fifteen twenty years down the road. You're like ban. i'm still working here. You know what happened to my dreams. My aspirations what i was gonna be you know and And we get caught up in the day to day stuff you know and before you know it. One year two years five years ten years gone down. What wh- has gone have gone by. And what happened to your dreams.

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Legendary pilot Chuck Yeager, first to break sound barrier, dies at 97

World News This Week

01:23 min | 2 months ago

Legendary pilot Chuck Yeager, first to break sound barrier, dies at 97

"Just pilot chuck yeager passed away this week. At the age of ninety seven yeager made history as the first to fly faster than the speed of sound. Abc's maggie rulli has more on his life and his daredevil spirit. And i'll start at in the small town of elmira west virginia where he was born february thirteenth nineteen twenty-three yeager enlisted in the army air corps right after highschool in nineteen forty one instantly noticed for his ace flying skills. Yeager joined combat operations in world. War two returning stateside for years later after flying more than sixty area wartime missions and he's credited with downing five german planes in a single day. It was two years later in october. Nineteen forty seven that yeager launched into history becoming the first person to break the sound barrier flying seven hundred miles per hour in level flight on the bell x one rocket nicknamed the glamorous glenis after his wife the daring feat thrusting the test pilot into military superstardom feature prominently in the nineteen eighty. Three film. the right stuff three amazingly. He wasn't done replicating the feat again at age. Eighty nine to mark the sixty fifth anniversary of his historic flight. Cemented yeager in history is an american icon and one of the greatest military pilots of all

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Katherine Power, Founder of Versed Skincare & (new!) Merit Beauty

Breaking Beauty Podcast

05:10 min | 3 months ago

Katherine Power, Founder of Versed Skincare & (new!) Merit Beauty

"Though Rolling back to long before. You were a serial entrepreneur tells about where you grew up and a little bit about your parents and how they influenced you you know. I'm from southern california my whole life. I was a very serious dancer from a young age and that that really helped to shape me. I think quite a bit just as a person and as an entrepreneur and from a young age was you know in a performing company auditioning and doing television and film and sort of learned about resilience and and dedication and hard work and how that could pay off. And i didn't go to a traditional sort of school dipped in and out of regular school and did a lot of home study and ultimately graduated really early from highschool to start working. But i always say dance was my my school experience. My high school all of my relationships came from from that. Now i look at things and decisions. I make and i think you know. I don't really hear the word. No that's sort of like you know something that that came to me very early because as a a dancer you know you are told no for various reasons. You know you're too tall you're too old. You're too young. Your hair's not read enough like all of these different things how hard you worked and you have to kind of learn that no is not a dead end. It's just a change. Of course. So i think that's you know something that that i've definitely applied subconsciously. Consciously to everything. I do as an entrepreneur because i was a emancipated At the age of about sixteen. I was emancipated in order to work on a movie set. i did the film austin powers when i was a teenager. And you know your baby. Yeah examined breakout one. Most kids get emancipated. If you know you hear these horror stories. Their parents are taking their money. They you know the parents vanden them. The i did it truthfully. When mom drove me the courthouse we did too so that i could work adult hours and basically take this job because they said you know if if you wanna do it you you have to be emancipated so that allowed me to become an adults and so therefore i started my work career a lot earlier even as far as being in an office. ended up working for producer. And that sort of just lead to the next step in the next up in the next step and i'm glad this entrepreneurial spirit so so we were reading that You know after you left your career and dancing. And you'd moved on from austin powers and you were really kind of you know. Had you had a lot of connections within the hollywood nightlife. This was sort of around the time. As i understand that we're like four iphones before. Tmz so can you tell us about a celebrity moment. that was just so l. a. After dark that like is you know that you're gonna remember forever. Oh there was so many great memories. Yeah i grew up in and was in nightlife. When i think it was just the best time to be there. You know it was you know before you could take a camera to to a club and tablets. Were just kind of starting the paparazzi. Were just kinda starting so you know people really came out to dance and the music of the time really embraced that so we you know it was like the brittany justin dance off that allegedly happened and you know being there that night or you know so many memories of you know jay z your other musicians coming into the club and now just like so for full circle as one of my investors in one of my brands. Yeah it was a great time to be in in hollywood and you know made a lot of great friendships and a lot of great relationships that i still have and you know people who have worked with you know and people that are just really great friends. I know i was just like come on. Calvin give us some tea. Like i want to know. Their crashing rejected at the door. Or i feel like lindsey era. This was really the you know the it was the big. It was like rachel's oh and she was dressing. All the young you know up and coming celebrities at the time and so it was just so fun the fashion of it all and in a roundabout way that led you to working an editorial which i feel like is is kind of tough leap to make right. So how did that happen for you. So i worked for bolt house which you may remember from hills so it was. It was part of the story line on the hills. I worked for many years before the characters from the hills dead but basically you know i started to see. We have these normal nights at went. Monday's was this club. Wednesdays was this club thursday. You were here in every week you know. We had you know the. The hottest celebrity stylist tastes makers of every sort coming under our roof. And i started to get calls from brands. That would say you know. Would it be okay. If i set up a booth inside your nightclub to hand out. You know my products. Or can i give you guys this soda. That just came out with to put on your tables for bottle service or can i stand outside your club give out clothing and i thought well like this is. This is access that no one else has. There's gotta be a way to to leverage that and monetize it beyond just alcohol sales.

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Interview With Dr. Ron Epstein

Untangle

05:27 min | 3 months ago

Interview With Dr. Ron Epstein

"Dr ron epstein. It is so great to have you on tangled. Thanks so much for being here real to be with you. I just want to read some of the quotes that are in the beginning of your book because they really struck me. John cabot zand says this book will be phenomenally useful to all of us who are desperately in need of true health. Care and caring. Dan siegel says the book is a beautiful synthesis of inner wisdom and hard earned impure cle findings and you start the book by saying that you believe the practice of medicine depends on deep understanding between clinicians and patients and that human understanding starts with the understanding of oneself. And i would just like to start with this question. where did you begin with understanding of oneself. It's probably in my james to some degree. Because i remember even as a young child being interested not only in the world outside but also the world inside pat. I was interested in what thought was and i was interested in breeding. I was has not as a child so badly. Learn how to briefing not cost kind of interested in how the body were town on a mind. Were tell ideas got into your mind. Things like that from a pretty young age. I guess it's the upside of being somewhat introverted at that dual view of the world just that interior human observers you. When did you first recognize that in yourself. will you ten years old. Did you have some influences. It sounds like you a seeker that you were asking a lot of questions. Her number certainly started before high school. I was really interested in reading. And i read things that were beyond the point where my world experience but allow me to truly understand and i was reading cavu when i was in junior high school. Obviously you can't really get what he's talking about. I mean i knew the words. But i kind of had the sense that he was really trying to understand the world and sewers. I am discovered hermann hesse fairly early on also that actually resonated with the because all of his novel is basically the same plot to people who start out life one becomes a contemporary live and spends there's lives on monastic search for wisdom and the other goes out in the world becomes longer and tries to understand universe through experiencing the world in a deeper way and i saw both of those in myself and quite a young age thought was drawn to that. I think it was sometime. In highschool that i learned about maslow's hierarchy of human vs botanist like survival and at the top was self actualization wanted the express train to sell That's where i wanna be. I can't say that there's wild ridden. It does the same thing from the. I discovered his poetry. We had to read some of his poetry like a junior high school or something that i really discovered it as a personal manifesto probably but i was like fourteen or fifteen history of connection to the world to everything that the world offer and an internet connection wasn't just observe that but i have merged myself in this i jumped into the water and the deep end and swim through it. So that was the place i started. And as how i ultimately got interested in meditation and autos actually at age nineteen thought i would become a monk. A serious attempt back. Yeah you spent a few months. At the zen saying cisco center person there. And why did i. I can't imagine what some of the older students were thinking about this young kid. Who is there that i just needed to do. That was the next step for me. It sounds like you could have gone down this path of being a spiritual monastic or a philosopher. How did you take what you were learning from. Meditation and from studying at the zen center and then decide to be a doctor. The subtitle of your book is medicine. Mindfulness and humanity. And i think that's so perfectly represents the essence of who you are as a human being but when did this and how did this all come together for you. As a child. I was interested in things medical and originally when we first got an encyclopedia paper encyclopedia. Nothing and i look up. I interested asthma. As as matic started reading about other illnesses aspects of human experience and that coupled with a fair degree of family. i wouldn't call it pressure. I guess some expectation or hope or aspiration that the family would somehow produce a doctor

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Be uncomfortable at least once a day

Licence to Coach

05:47 min | 3 months ago

Be uncomfortable at least once a day

"Our guest is a us marine. Who is helped entrepreneurs develop their businesses after being medically retired because of his service in the middle east. He became a certified dog trainer. He started a full service dog facility and continues to support Support the pet care industry to this day. His an interesting one with great lessons for all leaders. Please join me in welcoming dan splendor to the program. Welcome to the program daniel Appreciate you joining us today. Well certainly thank you for having me. Excellent i i i love your background so i'm really interested in hearing more about it and i was hoping you could maybe a a walk through your lures. Your leadership journey. I guess if you will Just kind. Tell us a little bit about About your background and how you've gotten to the point where you are today. Okay well. I i guess i'll just start off. I don't wanna make it long but to start off the entire life. I've always been a leader. And so one of the things that i realized very young when i was probably middle school in going into high school is that while i may not be the captain of every team that i've played sports on or anything like that Many my friends usually looked up to me for answers in directions and things like that and support germ and that actually slowly grew more as i left. Highschool enjoy the military I joined the marine corps. Right out of high school went to paris. Island and became a satellite in channel satellite technician. And so in the military. Obviously there's a there's a heart rank structure and everybody understands that so we are quickly thrown into the low man on the totem pole. When i joined the military but quickly it shows that shows up. Who's the leader news non. And who's going to be moving forward and heading up things and stuff like that. And that's fortunately one of the things i did. When i was in the military's i quickly moved up in taking leadership roles there. Unfortunately my military career was cut short due to getting injured in iraq in two thousand and three medically retired in two thousand four from ring core. And after that. I went back and actually finished up. Schooling in did some other basic work with the intention of starting my own company working with animals and so two thousand ten came around and i finally opened my business. And that's my one of my companies. I open it still in business today. I have four other companies. That i run a nonprofit and Taking over that leadership role if it slowly grown from small things into actually running companies and stuff like that. So i've gone through the entire gamut of things it sounds like it. Yeah i mean and by the way. I mean it's makes these days. It may sound cliche. But i've sincerely mean this. Thank you thank you for your service. I really sincerely mean that my father was a career navy officer so i I have a real appreciation for people like yourself. That have served the country. So i i do sincerely mean that now it you know for people that are outside of that environment. Maybe haven't been part of the military record. They they i know their idea. Their idea of what may be leadership is like in in the military is really different than what it truly is. I dunno fi comment makes sense but help me understand a little bit about what you learned about leadership as a result of having served in the in the marines for the time that you dan i think one of the biggest things nowadays unfortunately the current state of the world many people whoever they whatever generation you wanna call it. Don't see that they need to work for being leader. They just wanna come out in the current situations as having a twenty year old life coach at twenty years old. I don't think anybody has any experience. Be talking about how to be a life coach then again. That's one of the things at the military really gave you an experience because short of having a college degree in going in the officer program. Right out of college you came in as the low man on the totem pole. No matter what and you had to work your way up from the very bottom no matter. What and that again for becoming a leader. That's one of the best things you could ever do is start at the bottom. Work your way up because you how it works for everyone. And when you're put in that position as a leader now can relate to your junior marines at junior military members because you know what you went through back in that day in dealt with and that's the same thing for any other leadership position we hold unfortunately today side. A lot of people think they can just jump right into the general manager. They've no management experience. But they wanna go from basic employees. Do general manager just as they've been in business for a year or two and they don't understand that there's a lot of quality you have learned throughout that and again in the military is a perfect example. The first day in the military you were taught how to tie your shoes That sounds insane but not everybody knew how to do that. You started at the very basics. You're gonna put your leftover. You're right and tie your shoes. And from there forward you started learning more and more and they built you up from the ground up so that you knew everything you needed to notice a rod. And that's i think one of the best things about the military environment that helps rogue great leaders.

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Janet Martinez Of The Navajo Nation

The Storyteller

06:00 min | 3 months ago

Janet Martinez Of The Navajo Nation

"Style. Good day welcome my friends to the storyteller where you'll find first nations people from across native north america who are following. Jesus christ without reservation on today's program we'll hear from a navajo woman who grew up in difficult circumstances but it was in those hard times that she learned to survive. Hello my name is janet martinez manappl- ending from the novel reservation. Though i'm in oklahoma now where ken and having a family here. My thoughts always back to the childhood. That i have had under vacation. I have two brothers and one sister that i grew up with and My father was the fifth generation of medicine. Man my two brothers never took up the trade so he was the end of the medicine men in our generation. My mother was A high school graduate and was attended a nursing school when she Got sick and she had to return home. She was one of two children of my grandmother. Who was who was a deaf mute. So that's how my father mother matt. He was married to my aunt and since she came back and started taking care of my oldest brother. I never thought of him as As a cousin. We've always said you know he will. All brothers and sisters would never made that distinction between the family but she had returned home and she died of tuberculosis. My mother and dad got together like that. Taking care of the the one son that he's had and eventually they had gotten together and hit the three of us which We grew up on a reservation. Like i said my two older brothers and my sister went to private school on reservation. They called ganado mission but My family always well especially my dad. He always wanted me around. Hit at want me to leave. He said that three kids had gone on to a private school. And but this is my last daughter out you know. Let me let me. Just keep her at home. Some of the head agreed. And i went to cornell. Highschool ganado is a little bitty town probably about ten miles or fifteen miles from st michael's and it was a public school but was About six years old. When i first started kindergarten because my aunt had died of tuberculosis my mother head caught that the burqa losses and also my grandmother and so they were sent to colorado springs for two years to sanatorium to get well and come back and she made that sacrifice for my sister and i to go to that boarding school all we did were were housed there and then we were bus. After two years. She was cured and she came back to the reservation. We went back with our father in Went to the public school. We got we move closer to the highway. Which will walk in like about eight miles to the highway to catch the bus in the during the wintertime. That was real trying time for us and so we move closer to the highway which was like a quarter of mile off highway. We move to continue to go to canario graduated from colorado high school. But all during this time. That i was going to school and in my My teenage years my parents. My mother didn't drink but my father was an alcoholic. I remember him times coming home and beating up my mom and pour wine on her head because she wouldn't drink it and it was. It was a very scary time for for my sister's nine. Somehow sometimes we she would get away and she takes the two of us and we run away and stay in the woods and just huddled together and freeze and until he went to slave or he passed out or you know our gone went somewhere would come home and it was. It was difficult childhood that we've had but still my mother didn't drink and so that was. That was good for us. But for some reason she started drinkin- we were when i was about eight years old. I had a couple of beers and just graduated by the time i graduated from high school. She was a full blown alcoholic. I mean it just. It just took care of everything from from our home. They were never home. When you're under the summertime out of school. I would have to herd sheep with my death mute grandmother. We were out there weeks at a time and they would never return home that go on a drunk and they'd never come and there was times that we just practically run out of food and so i told my grandmother one day i was probably ten or eleven which is out of food and she head she had noted some grease in the some lard in a little pain and she put salt in it and she and i had a piece of bread and we just dip our bread and in the in the make sure there was what we had for dinner

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Accounting (MM #3522)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 3 months ago

Accounting (MM #3522)

"The minute with kevin mason free to take this with a grain of salt. I think i've talked about this before but couldn't find the actual record of the podcast. So i'm sure. I just mentioned it in passing but it goes along hand in hand with something i talked about last year and i've always said no the education system. We're in now. But i thought there were two things that should be taught whether it's in high school or in college should be mandatory classes. That aren't and we all be better off. They would be number one teaching the stock market. Here i am in my fifties. And i still while i understand. The stock market has some great fear about it. Because i never learned early enough how to deal with it how to play with it and how to make money from it secondly accounting sure we learn all that great high end. Math we learn algebra two. We learn geometry trigonometry but we don't learn basic accounting. I just don't mean addition subtraction. I mean true accounting skills to skills. I think we should be teaching in the schools whether it's in highschool whether it's in college to somewhere along the line because the practical nature of those two things because the advantages we'd have as we got older with those two skills would be huge. Just my thoughts.

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Accounting (MM #3522)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 3 months ago

Accounting (MM #3522)

"The minute with kevin mason free to take this with a grain of salt. I think i've talked about this before but couldn't find the actual record of the podcast. So i'm sure. I just mentioned it in passing but it goes along hand in hand with something i talked about last year and i've always said no the education system. We're in now. But i thought there were two things that should be taught whether it's in high school or in college should be mandatory classes. That aren't and we all be better off. They would be number one teaching the stock market. Here i am in my fifties. And i still while i understand. The stock market has some great fear about it. Because i never learned early enough how to deal with it how to play with it and how to make money from it secondly accounting sure we learn all that great high end. Math we learn algebra two. We learn geometry trigonometry but we don't learn basic accounting. I just don't mean addition subtraction. I mean true accounting skills to skills. I think we should be teaching in the schools whether it's in highschool whether it's in college to somewhere along the line because the practical nature of those two things because the advantages we'd have as we got older with those two skills would be huge. Just my thoughts.

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Debra Messing; AJCs Groundbreaking State of Antisemitism in America Report

People of the Pod

12:01 min | 4 months ago

Debra Messing; AJCs Groundbreaking State of Antisemitism in America Report

"Messing is probably best known for her role as Grace Adler on the long running Sitcom will and grace. She has starred in movies and even been the voice behind cartoons. But for the past several months, she has been one of the voices behind a podcast called the dissenters since May Deborah and her co host Donna Damiani have interviewed men and women who have made their. Mark Challenging the status quo but the penultimate episode that aired this month was particularly powerful Deborah and her co host invited Dr Edith Eba eager a ninety three year old Holocaust survivor to share her memories of the past and thoughts on present day politics and the future Deborah is here now to talk about that episode and her own experiences with anti-semitism Deborah. Welcome. Thank you so much. So tell us about this podcast, the dissenters what you're trying to accomplish with each episode and how your conversation with Dr Eager Fit that theme. The dissenters created as a response to the suffering that we saw around our country over the last few years, and also in response to the activists that have stepped forward and taken it upon themselves to try and make things better. My friend Montana Diani, she is the CO host. She was a religious refugee came to the country at six years old she and I have both been very active in activism reading these pieces about these extraordinary people from around the world doing extraordinary things, and we would send them to each other in order to sort of buoy each other when we. Would start to feel overwhelmed and it always sort of kept us moving forward and one day we just realized that as much as was uplifting us it would most likely uplift other people to hear about the works of these what we call accidental activists we wanted to ultimately inspire and empower people to recognize that you don't have to have a certain education. You don't have to have a certain following and social media in order to be an activist all you have to do is just recognize something feels wrong and take one step towards doing something touted doctor eager fit into this lineup. She is a ninety three year old Holocaust survivor. Who came face to face with Dr Mangala when she was a teenager at the camps, she lost her mom and dad and went through horrible torture and trauma, and came to America and created a family and. Got A PhD and has used her experience and trauma in order to help people coming home from war to heal from their trauma. She has written two books and she decided to become a healer. And we just felt like she did not have any idea what her life would be. Once she got out of the concentration camp. Yeah and she was able to look towards the future to have hope and ultimately choose to do something that would help others. How did you first discover Dr Eager Montana and I are just really really curious people. So we are constantly reading. We are watching Ted talks. It was a Ted talk of her that we saw and ultimately we felt given the fact that there is this surge of anti-semitism and racial strife in our country that it felt particularly timely and important to highlight her and her journey because in our research, we discovered that three quarters of millennials who are people who are in their mid thirties do not know what Auschwitz is such a stunning statistic and kind of unimaginable that we felt like, okay. This it's incumbent on us to have someone who was there and lived it to assert that it really did happen and to celebrate her as well. You mentioned the lack of knowledge about concentration camps AJC. Of course, just released its first report on the state of anti-semitism in. America. And found that more than half of Americans don't know the meaning of the word anti-semitism. Some haven't even heard the word before. With Charlottesville and. Is seemingly explosion of white nationalism and Antisemitism Nazis everywhere in juxtaposition to the second wave of civil rights protesting it's very interesting that people don't protest against anti-semitism people flood the streets, for racism. And when you look at Charlottesville, the Nazis were screaming about two groups about black people and Jews. And we really are the most natural allies in the world and it really was just something that I just sat with for a while about like why is it that people don't protest four us? You're Jewish grew up in a predominantly non Jewish environment. Did you experience anti-semitism growing up I? Did? Can you speak to that a little bit? Sure. I remember I was in second grade and we were lining up. To go to Jim and I got in line and a little boy me and said, get to the back of the line Kaik And I didn't know what the word meant the teacher overheard and immediately grabbed the boy and sent him down to the principal's office I. Remember everyone looking at me like I had done something wrong. And as much as I didn't understand what was happening I understood that it would have been better if I just stayed silent and I just wanted the board to come back and everybody to just be normal and stop looking at me and a couple of years later it was Halloween and my grandfather was visiting and we woke up and a swastika was painted on his car. In our driveway. And I recall my mother just standing at the front door looking at it and I felt her fear I felt endanger and I, remember no one said a word. Just, you know my mom said get in the house. And somehow the car disappeared. And we didn't talk about it. and. So it became very clear to me from a very young age that I was an other. That I was different from everybody the community and that difference wasn't good. And Somehow I had taken on a sense of shame about the fact that I was Jewish and I actually recall in highschool. My father was president of the Temple President of the Jewish Federation. My mother was Vice President of the Jewish Federation very, very, very active in the community. And we would stay home obviously for the High Holidays and I remember coming back in after the High Holidays and someone saying, why were you out and I said, oh, it was yom. Kippur and. He got really mad they were like. How come you get that off and you get Christmas off? Why don't we get off and after that encounter anytime I would stay home because of a Jewish holiday I would lie and say that I had been sick. Wow. I WANNA, go back to your conversation with Dr Eager and I'd like for you to share what your biggest takeaways were. It's so powerful because she speaks about will lasting that her mother said to her in the cattle car. That essentially reality is whatever you have in your mind and in your heart. And bad things pass trauma passes and her first night there. Joseph Mangla went into the barracks and made her dance and she loved opera and she said that she got through it because she imagined that she was on a stage and they were playing Makovsky Romeo and Juliet. And she said and I danced beautifully and I loved it. That's how I survived. For me what was really remarkable was hearing everything that she went through and the fact that she landed. was that she was grateful for all of the terror and trauma and pain that she had experienced. She felt that she literally calls them a gift. That is something that is so amped medical to the way at least. I think about someone who has survived the Holocaust it really was a full paradigm shift for me to hear how she got there and ultimately how she healed herself. Yeah. Well, certainly, the testimonies of the survivors are a gift to all of us in terms of preserving the memory and the lessons that we can take from their experiences. So thank you for giving Dr, eager another platform to share that story with another audience that needs to learn and learn the lessons of her experience. I will tell you one of the most moving parts for me was the separation from her mother when they got to Auschwitz and how the experience of children being separated from their parents at the border was a trigger for her honestly I can't do it justice. Let's listen to a clip. Van. Is Show children being separated that their border? I had terrible night mash. Remember him and my mother was. Towed to go this way, I followed my mother. And this guy told me that I'm GONNA see my mother very soon. She just GonNa take a shower and promptly I was on the other side which meant life. So you see mandating trigger today for the me The time and everything was taken from me. Why was it important to include that in the podcast? I. Think when we witnessed that kind of wrongdoing that is really a crime against humanity, it reminds us how fragile we are. That we don't learn from the past potentially and we have to be vigilant every day in making sure that what we are putting out into the world is modeling compassionate. Inclusion.

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Playing to Win With Shawn Harper

The Authority Project

06:40 min | 4 months ago

Playing to Win With Shawn Harper

"We are back on the virtual state of the Authority projects. You are the project and we WANNA slept with thirty two your name so you can sell what you're great at in. We have a treat for you today and his name is Sean Hopper. He is a former. Nfl Player. I loved the failed love football all day every day. Like I said we can probably talk about that for an hour. But we're not here for that. We're here to to make sure that you finish off strong in twenty twenty but before we dive in. Please tell US Shawn first of all who you are personally and professionally personally. Shaun Harper personally a warrior. I'm a child of God. I don't hide that. I think that often is huge. And so what? I'll just you know go there you know speaking with. Your Voice of WHO? You are mentally spiritually socially is is is extremely important if you WANNA win in two thousand twenty and end in two thousand twenty one Born raised in the south side of Columbus Ohio Had had had a very interesting childhood. But I've learned how to rebrand my adversity By looking for opportunities in looking at it from a perspective of gratitude professionally like you mentioned plate seven years professional football with the rams with the colts retired. And now I Not only run. I have my own firm for almost twenty years. I teach people how to win. That's me I love it awesome. I am so excited So tell us right now before we go further in. Tell us what project. You're currently working on right now. We know what right yes short. I just finished my first Coaching course it's it's it's actually finished. It's so new that I'm not even gonNA advertise today. A Shaun Harper wins. Probably some time next week. It'll be up but I am so excited about that in house actually challenged because you know I cut my teeth on speaking so I travel in speak all over the world and people have been challenging me like you know what this great. You're able to speak great. You have a platform but you know what when you leave. You're gone you know where the books so I hadn't heard him get books like where's your courses and so I had my first course finishing s what. I'm working on right now. Okay great okay. So let's let's get into it. Let's get into it. Tell us where do you begin? Tell us your journey like what took it to this place where you're in the space of being on stage. You're doing courses now. You're you're writing books to inspire others the that all Derived FROM OKAY. So in order for you to For me to really explain that I have to give a little back story of my personal life of my upbringing. In a kind of forced a shift in my perspective ideology and my thinking born born and raised in the south side of Columbus Ohio. And most people think you know if you play professional football your business owner you must have had great opportunities growing up silver spoon in the mouth and you know nothing. Nothing I promise you. Nothing could be further than the truth. I struggle started early a as a a product of a single home environment. Mom was mom and Dad End in Butler made whatever you have as what she wasn't. She raised six of us all by herself. Amazing six kids. One house bathroom Mom did that. She's she's a remarkable woman Educationally I really suffered a had to repeat the first grade document with four to five learning disabilities by ten miles in the fifth grade. I was kicked out of two schools for disciplinary issues Left Highschool with the one point. Six two accumulative Jeff. Nine Alesi T. A. in fact I didn't even start in a well. I barely started in high school football. I wasn't honorable. Mention all conference all city allstate or intergalactic. None of that in fact I would. I would sit at the banquets now. The other way in the back eating at nasty court on blue and guys are getting into audience. Awards and I was just so upset. I wouldn't I wouldn't tell no one but I was extremely depressed. Angry in in fact. I was voted most likely to fail in. Know right here From graduating last in my class in academics I get a phone call from junior college two year school in Iowa. And you're like Sean. We want you to come to Mason City Iowa. Junior college to play football coach. Believes you have this thing called potential. You know what a that and a I go to the Cornfield. The cornfields of Mason City Iowa in the first year at the junior college. I sat the bench the entire season. Not One play and I remember calling my mom like mom I quit. You know I give up. I'm done know know I'm I'm expecting Montlake. Baby you try come on home the opposite boy state you. You Ain't coming home like what are you coming home to get violent. Just just things in home. No don't get stale way and sometimes that shift is good for kids and so going into the second year. I had a conversation with myself and the conversation was more on the lines of you're right or they're right. You don't have the education. You don't have the accusation. You horwood football you suck right now. Okay There's no way you can be successful right but you can win. You can win and the moment I made that paradigm that shift in my mind you can win. I begin to look at life differently. A beginning look at life as a challenge to begin to look at opportunities that I've never seen like I begin to macgyver. Life right and I went from sitting on a bench with the winning mindset that I was able to adapt if you want to expand on that to being you know junior college hall of Fame All Region Full Scholarship Indiana University draft any. Nfl Pick in fourth run to taking the same concept of winning and bringing bringing it to corporate America.

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Author Chat With Katie Zhao

Books and Boba

06:01 min | 4 months ago

Author Chat With Katie Zhao

"Katie. PODCASTS, we're happy that you can join us. Congratulations on the release of your second book, the Fallen Hero is the second book of Your Series started with the Dragon Warrior. That came out last month So yeah, congratulations on that. Thank you so much. So just to start off I, know you're from Michigan but did you grow up there your whole life? Yes I grew up in Michigan so I was born and blend and Then I moved to another area in the Metro Detroit area and I grew up in Michigan I went to school at the University of Michigan Ann Arbor. So then spent another four years of my life in Michigan. and. Then in nineteen, I actually moved to New York City for. A little bit over a year, and then like back in Dundas may early June ish like when I realized this pandemic isn't GonNa be over anytime soon, I moved back to Michigan. So I am back home with my family. I don't really know much about like the Asian American community in Michigan I know that there's a pretty good like Korean adoptee. Population there. But like I'm not so sure about like the. Asian. American community there. So did you grow up around a lot of Asian Americans so I think Southeast Michigan which is where I live has one of the bigger populations but like it's still absolutely nothing compared to east coast or west coast like my school was probably five to ten percent Asian but I did grow up going to Chinese school. So that was nice. And I don't know about Korean adoptees let the area where I grew up actually has a big Japanese American population Oh yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Because I mean it's like Detroit promoter city right so like I think a lot of them would like their families will come from Japan to work at You know un-american Automotive Company for like maybe one to three years or something, and then it was really sad for me because I would make friends with them and then they would move back But yeah, that's like probably like the extent of the Asian. American community around here it's. it was a real shock for me moving to New York and just being so overwhelmed by all the Asians everywhere and like Asians, who are like like really Americanized Asians who are also like kind of fresh off the boat. Yeah I mean if you head to Chinatown, it's you know a totally different world. Yeah. Yeah. So I heard through the grapevine that you're pretty well known what? Pad Author. So I'm guessing that you have been writing since at least highschool I'm probably younger, right Yeah. We're civil. What Grapevine was there? It was just it was just like floating around. Okay. Interesting I have talked about it. I've talked a little bit too much about it I like. I like a joke that like I want to like block out that part of my memory but no walked had was like like I might thoughts on that website but. It was a good starting block for me to like really get used to like getting like writing a novel length story and also because it's so interactive I could get like reader comments on every chapter uploaded. So that was like really encouraging and for me when I started writing novels on what Pat I was in high school. So you know I was still dislike learning how to write a novel. So like honestly other writers and readers encouragement meant the world to me back then But yeah, I have been writing for a very long time I started out writing short stories when I was like seven or eight years old, I remember. my teacher gave all of us an. To write a short story and Lake. I. Still Remember that moment very vividly I like was running the story and I was like this is so much fine. I don't think you know had so much fun doing anything yet before I always was still very young. So I didn't know this is what I would want to do for the rest of my life. But then my teacher also praised me and was like Oh, this is like such a great short story, which is probably what she said to everybody back then but. I thought I was like the greatest writer ever so. In this industry, it really is everything but not like being overly competent just like. You know just having enough confidence to continue like pushing through rejections and putting yourself out there I think is definitely key but yeah, and after a very long writing journey I'm publishing novels now. Yeah. Do you remember what story got you that that key praise? I remember we were doing a on legends and myths I don't remember what like I think it was just like a different American legends like like big foot or. I'm blanking now but you know like the kind of and talking about and I wrote about a river but I don't remember like what river now but. Yeah. I just like surprised that I still remember that moment. So vividly because it's been like many many years. But Yeah I i. think that was a key moment for me is a writer.

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"highschool" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

03:04 min | 5 months ago

"highschool" Discussed on Pantheon

"It Can Do the same thing on the next set of string so I joke about it, but it's really true that the clouds parted in my life and angels saying. I was hooked. And I started. Playing a lot and writing a lot even in in highschool. My second year in high school. He, I wrote some in highschool I'm. I'm Kinda Glad I lost lyrics probably. Were unbelievable. But Yes A. Now. She's gone CETERA CETERA..

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"highschool" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

03:04 min | 5 months ago

"highschool" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"It Can Do the same thing on the next set of string. So I joke about it, but it's really true that the clouds parted in my life and angels saying. I was hooked. And I started. Playing a lot and writing a lot even in in. Highschool. My second year in high school. He I wrote some in highschool I'm. I'm Kinda glad. I lost lyrics there probably. Were unbelievable. But Yes. A. Now, she's gone CETERA ET CETERA..

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Interview With Padma Lakshmi

Asian Enough

05:52 min | 9 months ago

Interview With Padma Lakshmi

"Bodmer. Thank you so much for joining us. Thank you, I think it's really cool. What you're doing because I would have loved something like this when I was in Asian American teenager. So I'm pleased that you know this generation of young Asian Americans will have that. Maybe they can grow up without some of the baggage that we have. Baggage and should but yes. I wanted to talk a little bit about you. Know your upbringing in your memoir, which is called love loss and what we ate. You talked about growing up in new. York and L. A. and I had no idea you. You grew up in in Los Angeles. Where did you grow up in L. A.? And what were your experiences like? I grew up in La. Puente which is in the San Gabriel, Valley Yeah. Winter Workman, highschool my mother got transferred from Sloan Kettering Hospital in New, York, to city of Hope Hospital in Duarte or are Katie I. Guess, and so that's why we moved and I went to High School in San Gabriel Valley, so yeah. I mean I consider myself such a New Yorker, because of the New York's along. It was my first point of entry into the United States when I immigrated here when I was four in. So you know that's what winds up getting a lot of play in my personal history, but I have very slowly formed deep memories. Of My years in La Pointe. Day, and you know my mother still lives in the house. I grew up in so whenever I come to La I always wind up going there, of course. Did you like growing up in L. A.? Did you like growing up La Puente? Was it a cool place to grow up, I, did not. Bad at my mother for moving to Los Angeles for years I, really? How's it against her? My poor mom, she's a single mom, and she's from south India and so she couldn't take the cold. And you know expensive to live in Manhattan, and so I understand as an adult, and as a parent all the reasons that she, of course you know moved us across the country as a child, it just seemed hugely inconvenient and down because in new. York I was much more independent because everybody walks, and you're in a very densely populated metropolitan area in Los Angeles says you buy as no like there's no center. There's no downtown in especially in La Pointe Day I was in a suburb and you need a car to get. In so, I felt like my independence was with stifled drastically, just moving cities, and then I was also I was in La Pointe Day I wasn't in like Sherman oaks or something. So you know in the eighties. When I was in high school, there were a lot of gangs in la, Puente and other than South Central. La It was a very seriously dangerous place we had. Had, Mexican. Gangs. We had a lot of Tolo and SCHOLLA's. And some of them are friends, but some of them also bullied me, and so I had my little conclave of friends who were mostly Filipino because our school did have a lot of Mexicans a lot of Filipinos lot of African Americans probably the most Mexican, and also Caucasian, but from my freshman year my senior. Senior year, you could really see the population of the schools you much more ethnic, in Brown and so I found it hard. You know because I'm Indian, and my skin is Brown on face value you could think I was Mexican may be, but then once I opened. My Mount was obvious and I don't think they were enough Indians at my school for anybody to form any. Any kind of opinion about me except other you know actually I'm curious. You mentioned that you were not super happy about the move to La for a while, not happy that your mom made that move and of course. That's a huge move from New York. New York is a huge move from India. Where much of your family is? When did you and how did you? come to understand your mom's journey and your mom's reasons for moving both of you so far well I understand that those moves were born of necessity. I understood why she didn't feel totally comfortable in New York, but I'm different than my mother, you know my my mother is is not as curious about being in the world, and just traveling and bumping up against other people, whereas that's all I wanNA do. You, know so I knew very very early on even when I was four that the reason we were leaving India is because it was very taboo for my mom to be a divorce. A divorce just didn't happen in Indian culture in growing up and going back to India I still don't know I know one person in India. WHO's divorced? You know, and so I knew that we were leaving to have a better life, you know. My mother left when I was two and I lived with my grandparents, and I didn't see my dad so I had no recollection of my real father I didn't even know what his face looks like. Because they had ripped up all the pictures so from two to four. I didn't see either of my parents so I literally was so excited to come to America, because America to me, meant being reunited with my mom.

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"highschool" Discussed on Rover's Morning Glory

Rover's Morning Glory

01:46 min | 9 months ago

"highschool" Discussed on Rover's Morning Glory

"I mean I'm just ready to backhand somebody right now. So what's the answer to the magnitude? Unfortunately I. We've broach the subject before. That's my stimulus chat. Is it possible that influx the cash. Here's another conspiracy theory that somebody emailed me over the week. Now, someone said that. Remember the video we had from inside their home and Mary Elizabeth was asking. Did you pick up your adderall and she appeared to be asking Jeffrey. Is Jeffrey Selling adderall on the side. DECK BE ICE. Did you also see? Now also they the way that Jeff removes his mouth and always has dry mouth. I've had a couple of people. Tell me those are telltale signs of adderall use. Are you using the adderall as it was originally speculated? Rover I'm going to scream in two seconds. Over magic speakers, but no, not you use adderall at all, and my wife was making sure that I make sure they pick up their anor- off, and then to you. Who did you see Wednesday? We're actually Wednesday maybe the thrift store. Who did you see? I saw an ads. It's all coming together now. There, is there photographic evidence of that? I'll look at this at a thrift store. Do you sell them something? No. I would not sell think you got. You Got Gored. I'll just ask you know. Try to add try I. asked him what was funny was. His girlfriend shopping I was there with my son shopping for some jeans..

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"highschool" Discussed on Rover's Morning Glory

Rover's Morning Glory

02:03 min | 9 months ago

"highschool" Discussed on Rover's Morning Glory

"His back turned to a shot in his filming something else. was coming from. Fire. This your lying through your teeth. What was she actually told them what you're recording for? Real, do not lie. There was an older black lady who was the assistant principal. Even make up what he's recording their Jeff. Do you Wanna Tom or do I thumbed? So Jeffrey. Could you send us your video to see yeah? Grace Video Recording okay if he recorded at TV screen of her walking across the stage. What was it? He's recording. What could be on the right side of the stage? So the school had paid to have professional videographers and professional photographers there to take get video of everything, Yeah. They're set up over to the right of us up on like a little lift. Jeffrey is recording the camera recording his daughter. I. Swear to God and I didn't even know it was happening. Because I'm I this is the second time I've used camera. Only the first time I've ever used it with video so I'm freaking out that I'm not even recording. I can't even tell if it's recording or not, and I'm just watching trying to get vel Ray, and then I go home later on and I watch and I realize Jeffries, not even watching walk across the stage. He's pissed in the hallway right now. He just went on a five minute. Rant to Charlie about how angry! He is that I'm detailing describing what happened when this son of a bitch wasn't even watching the. Attack isn't even know any details about his daughter's graduation. I could not believe when I saw video and just. What in the world were you there for? One was the purpose once in a lifetime. Yes, literally, yes, this happens once. Yes, if I hadn't been there to record it, he wouldn't have. He would not obscene Nikki. Benz.

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"highschool" Discussed on Rover's Morning Glory

Rover's Morning Glory

02:55 min | 9 months ago

"highschool" Discussed on Rover's Morning Glory

"We didn't know that there is any kind of issues of them until he was almost four. Wow! Don't they? Normal kids talk at two one and a half. Yeah, yeah, right and he started talking, you know. And, then just he just Kinda lost it. You know rush. Taken to like ten different doctors to. Get something right, but man calling because you want to rehome Joey and you're looking for someone. Absolutely, not no man. That kid is the best thing that ever happened in my life dude and just hearing that somebody would give a kid up. Because of that dude is heartbreaking. These These youtubers and my opinion, they just got. Okay, we've got enough. Huxley are autistic Chinese Kid. That's move on. Maybe maybe we can adopt a giraffe or something and turn that into a youtube channel. You know that kid needs somebody man. Yeah you know that kid needs somebody and they're shuffling around like he's a damn toy. And that just breaks my heart man I. It does matter I I. I want to say managers thinking about it, man. I'm like speechless now, thinking about well Jasper. You and Joey Take Care I. appreciate it. Thank you What a crazy story! About that guy! From China I, can't get that out of my mind now. That's not GonNa read that story that He. He was talking about the article about him in the paper or whatever it was I. don't know Charlie someone. In Virginia sent me a text message I think you need to look into this probably. Probably some sort of technical issue, but this person Virginia says every time Geoffrey gets near the Mike I start hearing a worrying noise through the speakers every time. Geoffrey because you come to the microphone. I've never heard that. Joe What Up. Some sort of. Energy or something? What does? Affect wherever I WANNA pipe. Just. You're not that I know of Jeffrey Hovers Alive. I I, don't I don't hear anything that you hear anything, Charlie. Law here in Iran here in the suburbs right now, just you'll live here in their live around the sound, the sound always happening to you whatever charlie of bees. Jeffrey wasn't a big day yesterday. Yes, it was what happened. My daughter graduated from high school wow. All right congratulations to. So, The ceremony. What? What was IT Did they. It was a small ceremony. So what.

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"highschool" Discussed on Rover's Morning Glory

Rover's Morning Glory

02:16 min | 9 months ago

"highschool" Discussed on Rover's Morning Glory

"Yes, Jeffrey, it's always. Central Station in here. We have Charlie Jeffrey Dahmer. We have flat. All crammed into the tiny little fart binding wailua signing. Me about it then I. Just may complain about this yesterday. This is just preparing you for what it's going to be like in the bathrooms when this other company. Out Sick and criminal, these people into the Space Jeffrey. Why did you just sit down now and take even more time? Attitude used a microphone. You can talk to Mike and Complain So anyways I did via actually activated so easily fixed microphone, even without a ranch, but let me touch it. Looks the biggest Germaphobe on the planet. Well, we got a problem. Awesome, fault. Did. Take a shower this morning. Your took a shower just. Yesterday morning okay. Okay. Took to get back. I took one last night for. Event my daughter Oh. Yeah, because it looks like your hair's pretty wild today. Yeah, this is you went to sleep white hair I think it looks great. It's extra volume. Very little poofy looks awesome. There go, know I put any product at either so. Charlie of your light on their. Legs broken. What do you mean what happened yesterday? It's been broken for a month. Believe we've talked about this. Yeah, why don't you take his and put it over? There also doesn't work is what has not plugged in Oh. He's just more okay. All right on it. but you've gotta just move the actual light because it's not plugged in down below. Nigel Rights Rover these past few months all of our entire lives. And Route Evan flipped upside down forcing all of us to make adjustments. Entertainment is the only thing we have to keep a saying everything. On TV, radio went to these stupid zoom style platforms. It was really starting to take its toll on me until I saw you guys go back to the studio. It's the normal thing in my life right now. I couldn't be more grateful. PS doozy's looking a little thick after quarantine shots to lay off the Nila wafers. We.

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"highschool" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

10:31 min | 1 year ago

"highschool" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

"But finger. But it's actually a really good idea but the answer to that question is the still small voice. It's that little thing in you. That says I feel really good about how did that? As opposed to teaching me does she want to have sex with me. No it should be. Yeah that that was a really nice conversation. That's really smart person. So yes I respect myself for how he dealt with it and the person. I'm talking to see them. I got my only relationship that actually went as far as it did was. I didn't have sex for six or seven dates which was unheard of you know and I tell on. How long did that one on a year? Fifteen months but you know something when you're you start it late as it were But when you're first dating that's that's really normal. The people in Highschool you see they've been going out all senior year. Was that rare couple which is like five months. It seemed like forever. Yeah people would go out sleep together to three weeks later you drop them cheat on and find somebody else. Just chaos right so then in your twenties or they. They have relationships they try to make last a year. Eighteen months two years breaks up again and then by the end of our twenty-three easily so sick of that that we start trying a trial marriage or a first marriage or some kind of commitment. But we don't really realize what we're committing to just saying the other people but you're committing growth trying to help each other grow challenge each sin Christian Tax. Do that very very well. Yeah they challenge each other all the time. You don't have to be that you know. They're really.

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"highschool" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"highschool" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

"Me. UNDIES LANGE BANNED IN THE IN NINETY S. That's decades before the gum laughing about leases is like like the back to the future. The MIANDI guy got in the car and he and he gave there's going to be a company called me me on this. Here's a pair all your time machine to get buzz going about micro motel Lord <hes> going go on go yes yeah so I was so I and your family was into an yeah. I just had a teacher and college like different an acting teachers and stuff along the way I had some great broadcast and filmmaking teachers in high school that they kept telling me like this. Is your thing you have really you have like a gift for this like they went out of their way to tell me beautiful I was I was like in Highschool. I was is winning <hes> like <hes> short film and Broadcasting Awards at the State and national level because we had a really good program and we would send stuff out festivals and stuff because of your talent on camera talent yeah but I also would edit the videos with a couple of buddies and they would like we'd direct each other and stuff like that so it was like kind of like an all inclusive like we're directing. We're producing we're editing and acting are on stuff yeah and we were winning awards like at a lot of these different festivals and stuff and I'd different teachers like this is your thing you really need to pursue this really giving me flashbacks to teach you. It'd be like your I remember specific highschool. They were like you.

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"highschool" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"highschool" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Highschool Laney hideout in Wilmington half of the gift. We'll go to flex the other half of the donation will go to other projects the school chooses WBZ news time nine oh one now your Weather Channel forecast rain if thunderstorms this morning, thunderstorms will be more likely this afternoon. Seventy seven scattered storms tonight, tomorrow, sixty nine tonight's low tomorrow, seventy eight scattered thunderstorms on Sunday and Monday with highs in the upper seventies to low eighties. I'm meteorologist Ray Stagich from the Weather Channel news talk eleven ten in one thousand nine three WBZ seventy-two rock hill, seventy-two Matthews Seventy-three in uptown. Weather brought to you by Mark Spain Real estate. Get a guaranteed offer on your home today. Go to Mark Spain dot com. This week. Find great deals at Walgreens, now pure, X laundry, detergent, one ninety nine with card and buy one get one fifty percent off sun protection products like banana Vode offer. Good with card now. Thirty six twenty nine nineteen get great deals on the essentials, you need right here at your neighborhood. Walgreens, Walgreens, trusted since nineteen o one while supplies last. Restrictions and exclusions apply. See store for details. Ever wonder why European seemed to speak so many languages? Maybe it's because they use babble the number one selling language learning app, and era. Variables award-winning technology gets you speaking right away. Whether you're learning Spanish, French, or German, and best of all, you'll remember what you've learned I always thought I was bad at languages. But after using babble, I can tell you, I was just taught the wrong way using Babbel's ten to fifteen minute lessons..

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"highschool" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"highschool" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Student of Callum highschool arrested for making a terroristic threat towards the campus cave. You reports the threat was made last night police investigated and arrested the student just before classes began this morning. A letter was sent to families and staff of the high school this morning. Tomorrow will Mark one year since the deadly mass shooting at Marjory stoneman Douglas high school in parkland, Florida, governor run to Santa says the investigations are not over and announced. He's launching a full blown grand jury investigation. Statewide grand jury will have a full bore subpoena power. They will be able to compel witnesses. It will be able to compel documents. The Republican governor says he hopes the investigation will help prevent future mass shooting seventeen people were killed more than a dozen others injured when nNcholas crews allegedly opened fire in the high school. The twenty year old is in jail awaiting trial on seventeen counts of murder, Texas has now even more bragging rights when it comes to oil production. New report says the state's oil production last year, hit a level not seen since the seventies. Oil wells in the Lone Star state produced more than one and a half billion barrels of crude and twenty eighteen popping the previous record of one point two billion set nineteen Seventy-three natural gas production. Also grew the put it into perspective if the state were a country. It would be the third largest oil producing region in the world behind only. Russia and Saudi Arabia in Dallas. Chelsea wade. Newsradio KLBJ KLBJ radar weather watches, sunshine, sixty three at Austin's airport now get Austin news on demand. Newsradio KLBJ dot com..

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"highschool" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"highschool" Discussed on KOMO

"Marysville pill. Chuck highschool dismissed early today after a lockdown and a request for police backup plus latest on power outages after ABC from ABC news. I'm Dave Packer. A federal judge in Texas this evening as ruled that Obamacare's unconstitutional after the removal of the individual mandate, which Republicans took out of the Affordable Care Act. The judge ruling suit filed by a group of Republican governors in state's attorney general President Trump doing a victory lap on social media tweeting. Obamacare has been struck down as unconstitutional disaster is words, the president's former personal lawyer and fix her. Michael Cohen's one on one with ABC's George Stephanopoulos, saying it was Trump who directed those hush money payments. Michael Cohen told ABC news, then presidential candidate Donald Trump directed him to pay hush money to women because he was concerned their allegations of affairs could harm his campaign that said I should take responsibility for his dirty deeds. Cohen was sentenced this week to three years in prison. The president has not been charged but asked whether Trump new the payments to Karen McDougal, and stormy Daniels were wrong Cohen said, of course, there's a system here. He doesn't understand the system. President Trump has denied. Directed Cohen to break the law. Aaron Katersky ABC news, New York and also on Twitter earlier, the president tweeting that his budget director, Mick Mulvaney, will become as new acting chief of staff to replace John Kelly police in Colorado executed, a search warrant on Friday at the home of the fiance of a missing twenty nine year old mother. She hasn't been seen since Thanksgiving Day police in woodland park. Colorado say due to evidence found and the length of time. Kelsey Barrett has been missing that. They no longer believe Berith is trying to avoid being found. Police chief miles diong is publicly asking barris fiance to sit down and talk to investigators since he's the last person to talk with Kelsey face to face based on our investigation until now police had been saying that Patrick Frasier was cooperating, but he has apparently not yet been willing to talk to investigators, Alex stone ABC news on Wall Street..

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"highschool" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"highschool" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Me feel like I got my life back. Allison was a triathlete mother and just thirty six years old when she saw. Suffered a heart attack. The revolutionary care. She received at Mass General helped to reclaim the life. She loves Mass General revolutionizing care on the south shore today an area high school went on lockdown after threats were posted on social media. This happened at Pembroke highschool earlier after a staff number reportedly saw the threat and a picture of a gun on a student's social media. Account. Officials say Pembroke high was placed in shelter in place for roughly fifteen to twenty minutes. But in the end police didn't think there was actually any ongoing threat. They did however confiscate a black BB gun that was the subject of the post. There will be additional police at the high school tomorrow. WBZ news time five thirty seven Jeff Brown with market wrapped in a moment. Hi, it's Elliot. We're running the adoption option. You can find out about adopting an older child. You don't even have to be married. You can be single gay straight an empty nester. You don't have to be wealthy as long as you have a steady income. We'll have social workers from all over the state. Meet some great kids that are looking for homes talk to people that have done it beat some parents that have gone through the process, and but doctor getting involved in foster care that might be a way for you to start the adoption option Sunday September twenty third between eight thirty and eleven and our reading store. This is tomorrow's technology today. Brought to you by Toyota Toyota sells more hybrid vehicles, and any other car manufacturer m people thinking of buying one of those vehicles. Have an idea of what they're looking for Toyota hybrids. Originating with Prius have always been known for being very efficient, and and very clean on emissions in folks. Traditionally have not bought them for their power. Toyota's David Lee points out that electric Motors in those hybrid vehicles. Provide a lot of torque making them quicker from a stop then any gas powered vehicles to a hybrid driver can get a great amount of torque off the light and get a very quick launch making very good..

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"highschool" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"highschool" Discussed on KTRH

"When you first went in. It was pretty low hollow. I can't remember off head. Was it lower than about fifty? It was about that. You fill them better. Absolutely more energy optimism. Good. Where did you go to high school? Gumbo. Tomoe haiku play ball. What would you do in highschool FFA? I did have that. They did you really? What was your animal? To name it. I did what was his name. Hampton. Hampton, the Hampshire Haji come up with that. I don't really remember. Sitting around and somebody said calling Pam bone or something? Itself into Hampton. You know, what I didn't even get the ham Anglo feel stupid. Okay. All right. That makes sense. Okay. How much do you get for him? Funny story. I think I got big four. And he was he was a very hairy pig feed them that protein supplements. And I ended up on a shelf. He knocked it off. Abyan tire bugging about a month before the show. Oh, no. Oh, yeah. And he grew he grew. Damn near braided. So. It was it was like a Greek pig. Yeah. Yeah. The the teacher said I I should have shaved it down. But I thought it was do knee got lots of attention. He got lots of look sprite had more people come over and look at him than anybody..

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"highschool" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"highschool" Discussed on WLOB

"At the stomas douglas highschool police officers from coral springs florida entered whether the deputies would not paper reports the mayor of coral springs angrily confronted broward county sheriff scott israel about his deputies inaction school is in broward county's jurisdiction sheriff israel says an investigation is underway and he'll handle any violations of policy or procedure accordingly president trump telling the conservative political action conference on friday the inaction of one deputy punctuates his call to arms certain teachers a security guard does it know the children does it loved the chilled this man standing outside of the school the other day does in love the children probably doesn't know the child the teaches love their children they love their pupils they love this more mental health reporting one of three suggestions for ending school violence from florida's governor governor rick scott says he wants to make it so a police officer a family member or mental health worker can submit a sworn statement to a court which could prompt that court to take away the guns of a person believed to be violently insane and further we will require all individuals purchasing firearms be 21 or older there will be exceptions for activeduty and reserve military in spouses national guard members and law enforcement now the now admitted shooter at stone mountain douglas high school was nineteen and had been the subject of multiple crisis interventions in the past fox's of and brown at least two separate bombing attacks acts this morning in afghanistan a suspected bomber at the diplomatic compound in kabul has killed at least two people and injured at least seven that afghans defense ministry says eighteen soldiers have been killed in an attack in western have data stan fox news.

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"highschool" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"highschool" Discussed on KOMO

"Three thirty five rumors of a shooter at west like south center mall on saturday night lit up social media and caused people to leave the shopping centre police responded in forced to the south center area police said there was no evidence of a shooting inside the mall and that no one had been injured tukwila police thank people got into a fight apparently on the third floor of the mall at the amc southcenter that someone may of yelled shots fired some stores at the mall did go on to lock down the incident came days of course after that shooting at parkland florida highschool with seventeen people that were killed gunfire or fireworks police still looking into matters of the source of loud bangs it caused a panic for students and faculty to hide on college in des moines on friday the sabah just before nine a m swat teams are spotted a school was placed in lockdown it was determined later in the morning that there was no evidence of gunfire or a shooter new construction work on the 520 bridge could soon keep motleq residents awake at night and could be for years the fiveyear project will add three lanes between motleq and floating bridge washed out saying the noise variance which would allow construction of ten o'clock at night to seven in the morning is what they seek they say it's needed to be done at night because we can't get a lot of work done they say with a heavy daytime traffic the night work would not include jack hammering or socalled impact work the public has until the twentieth to voice any concerns komo news time now three thirty seven after a bumpy start kits apps fast ferry has finally hit smoother waters but it's not clear how to keep the service running when the systems only boat goes in for maintenance kitchen transits fast ferry has.

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"highschool" Discussed on From da Bottom Episode's

From da Bottom Episode's

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"highschool" Discussed on From da Bottom Episode's

"But uh oh said this was the a short epa so since we're doing i have looked technical difficulties we still since is a hollowing oba so we do have that south clip from raw up you know from the robinson now show yago check them out uh we did the retail not too long ago near we'll put the link at the description of that it's all youtube also all day every day right there guarantee our travel gaba tribesmen rob some showers having you guys on a few weeks ago we gotta do it again soon but uh i i love your voice creating hit amazing but um yeah i was calling about your questions i have a rhino horn house maybe mike highschool i don't know why i don't like a hotter he retired and when i worked in radio years ago we didn't like some some trumping was pretty pretty cool and i've also been very warmly uh you know about shepherding massachusetts an honor guard of course your calls you're not a muslim my guarding i go out of my way to go wherever you're though like right you off i make your ground which uh they're using to hops are we in your hour probably do a lot more but on my own i'm just not not going out of my way to do that but like i said it's gonna when he got with somebody here it's a special grant um what charity did i hate getting episode sucking honey a fucking worse or are like why isn't gonna come mary game i think the core of the sort of fucking terrible i therefore hated i never thought kevin you've uh i don't have to do anymore because i've never seen my kids gathered or my nephews are any anybody like that but they used a fucking we'll wrap like fucking i dunno ten counties in my tissue paper and make little goals and then he got a a stupid goes with five checked with it that sucks pets drinks on ice and a other giant absolves but otherwise forever whereas jobs curve memory i don't i don't have long.

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"highschool" Discussed on The Overwhelmed Brain

The Overwhelmed Brain

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"highschool" Discussed on The Overwhelmed Brain

"And on more often than not i've seen highschool sweetheart type of relationships a crash fascist my experience i don't know the the statistics in the entire world but that's what i've seen and there are several reasons for that when we're in high school we are very young minds we're experiencing a lot of things for the first time and um everything is new and exciting and we wanted to stay that way so when we're with some one in its new and exciting we want to be with that person and keep that new and exciting nece of the relationship uh forever but then keno get out of high school either get a job of her college and then you get out of college and get a job and you live together and then the real world settles am and you realize while all those freedoms i had in high school i don't have any more and everything than i thought was fun and new and exciting is different now than i'm out and not only that i mean the brain is still developing in high school i think the brain develops until at least the essential functions i think the brain continues to develop the essential functions mike ins into your early twenties i think i just heard from neuroscientist so that also highlights the idea that when you get into a relationship and high school that it's hit or miss if it continues because you your brain could develop different values and beliefs and attractions.

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