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Fresh update on "hoff" discussed on PBS NewsHour
"And more ahead If there's not more help, that is Wendy Adelbert, director of the Hamilton Project, joining us tonight. Thank you for your time. Give The first doses of the long awaited covert 19 vaccine are on their way to the United Kingdom, the first Western country to grant emergency authorization. The vaccine manufactured by U S pharmaceutical giant Fizer. Is yet to be approved in the U. S. But it's already making its way to the UK from a factory in a tiny town in Belgium Special correspondent Lucy Hoff reports. Trucks carrying the temperature sensitive covert 19 vaccine to the UK from fires this plant in perspective gym where it is being manufactured on a massive scale. The process, which began hours after the vaccine was authorized by UK health regulators. 800,000 doses will arrive in the coming days. The first shipments mark a milestone for scientists have beyond Tech who partnered with visor and now at the forefront of a medical and scientific breakthrough. Decided, inspiring removing January and just thinking being that I'm actually gonna be actually Justin's. He's in people she was sexually advances. Fires isn't really the right thing. The vaccine was manufactured on the outskirts of this quiet town in northern Belgium. Until now, purse population 17,000 was best known for its notoriously strong do Val beer. As his mayor is proud of his town's pharmaceutical success, Way said. Now that the hope of the world is here in in person way we are going to save the world from here. You.
South Dakota gripped by pandemic as governor resists mask mandate
"Been experiencing a large upswing in covert cases. CBS's David beg, No says Even now, some in positions of influence, are reluctant to acknowledge that South Dakota's facing a virus leader of Sanford Health, the largest health system in the Dakotas. Has given people reason to question whether there is a crisis here. It's hard for me to say we are at a crisis crisis that that would would be be misleading misleading from from a a clinical clinical standpoint. standpoint. But But CEO CEO Kelby Kelby crabbing crabbing Hoff Hoff isn't isn't a a doctor. doctor. His His chief chief medical medical officer, officer, Dr Dr Allison Allison Subtle Subtle is Would you classify what is happening here in the Dakotas as a crisis? I would one expert in South Dakota. Says the state has the highest hospitalizations per capita in the country. Last week, South Dakota had more virus deaths per capita than any other state.
AstraZeneca: COVID-19 vaccine 'highly effective' prevention
"The university of Oxford and AstraZeneca say later stage trials of the Kubic nineteen vaccine were highly effective in preventing disease preventing seventy percent of people from developing the coronavirus Oxford and AstraZeneca say the trial so far indicate if people are given a Hoff those followed by a full does robin to full doses protection then rises to about ninety percent at the WHL special envoy David Nabarro welcomed the news it's a vaccine that can be stored at fridge temperature for longer periods it's a vaccine that has high effectiveness in one of the drives each regimes that have been tried out the vaccine used follows last week's announcement from FISA and will dent saying was all showed that because with nineteen vaccines well almost ninety five percent effective Charles Taylor this month London
Biden and Harris release tax returns before debate
"Before tonight's debate, Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden and running made Kamala Harris have released their tax returns. NPR's Brian Naylor reports, Biden paid a federal tax bill of almost $100,000 for 2019. The Bidens had taxable income of just under $945,000 last year running mate Kamala Harris and her husband, lawyer Douglas Am, Hoff reported income of almost 3.1 million and paid federal taxes of almost $1.2 million. The release of Biden's in Harris's tax returns comes a few days after the New York Times reported that President From paid $750 in federal taxes in each of the 2016 and 2017 tax years and nothing in 10 of the previous 15 years. Trump has refused to release his tax returns and is called The Times Report. Fake news.
Dancing with the Stars: Derek Hough Returns as Judge
"The dancing with the stars. But in a different role. Derek Huff will service a judge on the next season of the competition show, which kicks off next Monday. He will Take the spot of Len Goodman, who was staying in his native UK because of the pandemic. Hoff is the winningest professional dancer in the history of the show. Wins news time
"hoff" Discussed on A Cuppa Happy
"Enlightment. Because all the stress of the world's is Gone Nice is very simple. It is a paradigm. That is pretty simple. Can People do that? Is everyone capable of of doing that? That's the purpose that's why we exist to become one with the sole to have the sole. I'm these lines. An Anita, ending to that story arm going to wonder about it for the rest of the evening and probably for the rest of my life when you were going into that sleep underneath the ice and you felt completely chilling Com essentially you're you're drowning how did you get out this somebody find you? Yes a diver dove in. Because I was love under the ice. So died for Dolphin a swam to me. Looks for me with the land it was an evening Berry clearwater but with the lab, it was a looking for me. He grabbed me by the antle brought me back to the fifty meter hole. This was the rehearsal. At the other day I had to do the record world record attempt fifty meters swimming breath old insurance underneath the eyes and that was a piece of cake because I was lost in the Rio sel underneath the ice. I almost did two and a half times the Olympic distance under the US. Wow. I mean you've trained to do that I. Mean I can just jump in and do that I'd probably be dead in a matter of minutes. Yes but I cannot do what you can do. Yeah. There's always something isn't. As so as everybody has got beautiful original particular individual names I cannot do I don't need to do. It's like I don't need to know everything to know everything I need to know. Yeah. So the code thing, I know that every one that likes to be cold, it likes to jump into cold baths and into H- baths and all this they like. So exhilarating I love it so much love it. I absolutely cannot stand being code. It makes me so pissed off like I just. WanNa be code do anything to not be called. I heard you talking about how it helps like massively help stress tennis about being freezing code because I. I don't get it. Don't do it I'm a heat go. But. In one day, maybe in a couple of days to get with a group of people. Would get into the tribe sort of you know we are tribal people. and. We experienced power through the energetic flow of each other and that creates different hormone secretions, which in the end makes you stronger and and better. So in this in this group experience within a couple of days if you are showing the wrong reactions towards a cold. Yes or no. Within a couple of days, you would be able to go for four hours, eight zero bikinis or. In freezing temperatures out with the whole group to the top of the mountain into snow and in a snowstorm at and find yourself and stay warm and stay bullying control and transform yourself..
"hoff" Discussed on A Cuppa Happy
"The world where we are schooled where we need to behave, we are polluting the world sodomizing the planet bombing insensitive to each other abusing people. Having so much poverty in equal and division of power and money, and then we are creating children to be puppets to serve the same system, and then there's problems and then we gave everyone pails. Yes and of articles I'll very happy they'll go. Oh Yeah. Everyone's upset. Let's give it a name and then we can give drunk and then we can charge the million millions. Sounds like a conspiracy theory but I like I do like to think that the guys that make those pills genuinely want people to feel better I like to think that I don't know how true that is but that's how I choose to think about those people because I like to think well about people but I just think it would be better if everyone would just. Go into nature and hug tree and be happy and decide to feed your soul. You have to feed your soul I'm into that. Now because nobody was listening to what we were saying just now, that's why I showed inflammation because the fact of disease can be suppressed within a quarter of our that I don't take it up is because of money and power. So the inflammation is known to well, I is causing of any is any any disease do? Yeah. So I mean, okay let me ask you this now. It's let's say you eat like terrible food. Let's say you're eight like McDonald's every day. But you do the breathing exercise. Breathing exercise to counteract what you are physically putting into your body because I know a lot of illnesses start in the gut I know that he's got a lot of stars in the Gut. Inflammation comes off that. CABOT LOUIS YOU are cleansing the body through these breathing exercises. So if you filthy up poison your body with the wrong chemistry through wrong foods that, yes, you are able to cleanse their fro. But in the end up somewhere a couple of times you see nonsense of that food. See. Food shoot be food and not the wrong chemistry. which is causing stress on sal level the way they make it the make us hungry for docs. It's like drops. Addictive ooh the sugar off as sold US shit everywhere in the world and it needs to stop. It's so hard there because some of that shit is so yummy yeah. That's the. Trick is I know It's terrible. Something's GonNa kill us I space It'd be nice if we could die from just promote owed age if we could despoil asleep one day because we're so bloody old and we're like untied I'm GonNa die. Now that would be so great if if the world could could end like that for example, rather than the pain and the outcome breathe and horrible horrible way tell you stories about that how I conquered the concept of death love to hear that. I lost my way under the is breath holden show wards. Water with a meter of is beyond me and God, I, lost it. I lost the whole I wasn't aware. I couldn't see because my cornea throws cheese was a blur I missed the ball and I could not find it but I was so much into Bradfo old I controlled my breath so good that I never felt the agony of drowning. I. Never follow it and went down swimming until the vision became disparate like a tunnel and dad few stokes mall and I slept a became unconscious no, and it was kind of Nice. Kind of Nice in distress of dying. I wasn't distress die and I never felt it agony of dying and this one idea each people or anybody in live you don't need to have fear of death if he control the breath hey, that sounds good by..
"hoff" Discussed on A Cuppa Happy
"That is a power that's of force you gotta be there hundred percent. Dan Because of that do trust juicer to be able to do that and you connected at that moment consciously into the Patio Dr Gray. into the brain scan defied and flights, and you are dear, the best of yourself and it's coming out and suddenly the pain is Gone Day cts blown the nauseous gone. Yeah and then when you finish blue or you get back in your conditions estate of your brain, which is. Without that control at as it is amazing. But if you have a really serious illness, if you have cancer going in you or something awful like ms or something that's really really really bad. Not just a period pain or Puke Day. Can You? Can you hear yourself with with this type of attitude change? Yes. Of course, you know so many people do already right but we have to ferry fi with signs. This is what I do in the meanwhile I see miraculous healings all the time. Okay but what we are able to track down to lose signs that it becomes undeniable Dan it becomes part of the rattler healthcare and when that happens Dandy pharmaceutical industry who is on our dependency on our fair on our lack of confidence is gonNa go away because then we learn about unlimited power of the mind part of it this healing healing or dealing with. Any stress upon our buddies stresses real is a real killer I mean, it makes people so sick you were you were talking about two different types of stress. I was watching something you were talking earlier in Gosh I, forget the interview but you were saying this to different types, oxidative stress and was at home. Matic stress, your hormats stress you got. oxidative stress inflammation inflammation is causing the effect of any disease. It's deregulating the immune system. Damaging factor right now with covert nineteen is a over active immune system is a deregulation and it's killing the body. It's a cytokine storm it's A. Are. Flam Tori, Marcus inside of our but our buddy is inflames and we cannot stop the dizziness, the Pera, the way they put it in medical science and I say, Hey, in two, thousand, fourteen, we have done a study we have shown how to turn down to Sir. Press decided to can store the inflammation inside the body, how to regulate our immune system. When it goes be Cirque, which is the damaging factor right now in covert nine, hundred, nine, I showed it as showed it not only me I showed a group of people to do that within a quarter over our. So we have natural ways to deal with inflammation. Natural ways to deal with oxidative stress she feel like people listen I mean, the big big boys, the powers that be you think that they're gonNA listen or do you think they just understand pills over ever a mindset must be the psychology. Of The paradigm, the power of the paradigm of what they believe what they know. That is so strong existence manifested. Anything even gave it gifts solutions to contemporary problems that they are not able to be implemented or to be taken up in the psychology of those minds. Besides of that is a lot of money they make people within this paradox there I. The whole world is lockdown. Everybody needs to follow regulations, and possibly in a year, we got a vaccine and then. Gerona virus mutates any virus mutates every year. So I don't know what they are doing, but into money and not into healthcare healthcare is making people not only wearing masks and. Going in distancing and all that but showed him in a natural way how to boost their immune system..
"hoff" Discussed on A Cuppa Happy
"To get just by my mind by thought power the power of intention being exposed to cold ice cold water. On my skin, I was able to think the skin temperature of not going down while being exposed by is water. You convince yourself that that wasn't happening. Yes, and so that is top down regulation top down that means from the mind over body. That's mind over matter. Yeah. Now, this is a innate capacity of everybody only we have never been schooled therein. And here to teach people to lose signs because nobody believes this can people that that don't believe it or do they have to have some sort of belief in what you're saying? Not even believe they need is neurology. Tell me about the the neurology side of things the science bit because I've always kind of thought mind-over-matter definitely helps because it has helped me in the past and if you believe something then it can be but that sounds very spiritual and very namby-pamby. Now, what's the science? What's the the brain side of that? This is the new science it's called in theater or -ception. Interception. Size and it was thought off not able to be top down regulated. It was always coming from the body comes of pain or hunger or whatever state of your physics physiology coming to your brain. Oh I feel hunger. Oh. All I feel nauseous. Oh, I feel dizzy or whatever, but never was able. Okay. If I feel dizzy. I won't wither the same to watch tower neurology. 'cause this neural activity that leads up to you understanding you have are in pain they become conscious that at that moment, you should be able to make you dizziness co way how to make your nausea go away just by their hunger go away. Yes. That is trump down regulation that you can train. It's called in-theatre reception. It's a neurological network. You got a sick sense..
Seattle - Washington Student Athletes Are Finding Ways To Make Fall Sports Happen
"With high school fall sports postponed until next spring in the state of Washington, Would you be willing to temporarily move your child to Idaho or Montana? Was Bill Schwartz says Some families are exploring their options. 17 states, including Washington, had pushed back football, volleyball, cross country and soccer seasons until February. Dr. Caress Unni Hoff with the National Federation of State High School Associations is hearing that some families might move their Children in neighboring states, which are allowing competition so that their son or daughter could lay a false sport in a more timely fashion. So we're starting to see some responses to state decisions that are presented some challenges. The state of Idaho is one of 37 with modified fall seasons, and several schools are already practicing and playing games. And as we get started with school games, which mostly are starting this weekend, you know for the vast majority of our schools. Pretty exciting time for Ty Jones, executive director of the Idaho High School Activities Association, tells me his office is getting more enquiries than previous years from parents in Washington state. But Jones says Cove in 19 is not an acceptable hardship reason for transfer. A lot of our schools have a really tough time looking at kids coming in from other Some other states. We're moving for only for athletic reasons. Colton Washington has been allowed to coop with nearby Genesee, Idaho to play is one high school team this fall. Doctor caress Une Hoff warns against the kneejerk decision. Especially because so few young people are good enough to play at the next level. The great great majority of high school student athletes will not going to play in college and will not interest in scholarship. For a family decision to be made right now, at this time that they would choose to move simply too and be involved in high school sports. We hope that there's complete consideration of everything that comes into play there. The Hoff says It's crucial high school coaches in Washington state. Stay engaged with her athletes this fall. Make sure they get proper exercise plenty of sleep and eat right. They are all essential elements of playing games in the
Philadelphia Mayor, Pennsylvania Gov. Ask Lawmakers To Legalize Recreational Marijuana To Combat Budget Shortfall
"Editor's desk alone, Madam Micah. Pennsylvania is a huge budget hole to fill and governor Wolf thinks legalizing recreational marijuana is a good place to start bringing in some new cash. The story from Kate would've used Mike Doherty. The governor hopes some Republicans get onboard to boost the state's bottom line with extra funding from recreational marijuana legalization. We can actually do things that have to be done to help families and businesses have been so devastated by this by this pandemic, and mayor Kenny is all for it to no reason why Um recreational. Marijuana should not be the same category as vodka and gin and was Republican House majority Leader Carry Benning. Hoff says the governor shouldn't rely on taxpayers to bail him out from the
Philadelphia - Pennsylvania Gov. Wolf Asks Lawmakers To Legalize Recreational Marijuana To Combat Budget Shortfall
"Governor Wolf urging Pennsylvania lawmakers to legalize recreational marijuana to help with Corona virus relief. The governor outlined his priorities for the fault legislative session today. His proposal on federal funding includes extra hazard pay for workers on the front lines of handling the pandemic, as well as financial support for small businesses. Childcare needs protective equipment and utility shut offs. House Republican leader carry betting Hoff is dismissive of the governor's proposals, calling them unaffordable and a taxpayer bailout of
Justice Department drops probes into 3 senators' stock sales
"Probes of stock trades by three US senators have been closed justice department investigations of stock trading by three members of the U. S. Senate shortly before the corona virus pandemic sent markets tumbling have been closed senators Dianne Feinstein of California Kelli Leffler of Georgia and Jim in Hoff of Oklahoma are no longer under investigation according to people familiar with notifications sent to the senators there was no word about senator Richard Burr of North Carolina Senate records show between late January and mid February and his wife sold between roughly six hundred thousand dollars and one point seven million dollars in more than thirty transactions has temporarily stepped aside as chairman of the Senate
US closes probes into 3 senators over their stock trades
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting probes of stock trades by three US senators have been closed justice department investigations of stock trading by three members of the U. S. Senate shortly before the corona virus pandemic sent markets tumbling have been closed senators Dianne Feinstein of California Kelli Leffler of Georgia and Jim in Hoff of Oklahoma are no longer under investigation according to people familiar with notifications sent to the senators there was no word about senator Richard Burr of North Carolina Senate record show between late January and mid February and his wife sold between roughly six hundred thousand dollars and one point seven million dollars in more than thirty transactions has temporarily stepped aside as chairman of the Senate intelligence committee might cross yet Washington
Virus lockdown gives Venice a shot at reimagining tourism
"Canada's the vendor because largest grounds airline two holes it plans is most to lay visited off at least city twenty thousand stopping the flow employees of well over three because billion of the pandemic dollars in annual tourism at kind of related the says revenue the layoffs I'm will devastated impact more the city's than half economy of the company's nominee thirty residents eight thousand hope employees the crisis has also in nineteen provided an forty opportunity two with uses to build schedule by a more ninety sustainable five percent tourism with industry little hope and of attract normal traffic more full returning time soon residents the carrier the canal says city is what forced inspired the city Canaletto to be and reduced tuna by fifty it's not to a sixty blank percent canvas a ready move to affected be re imagined June versions seventh include tax in March breaks it announced to bring back a lay off traditional of manufacturing the Hoff of the and work restoring force under ways a the cost Venetian reduction life scheme like at the then standing in April robots he proceeded used for centuries to rehire by residents laid I'm off Charles flight the attendants Ledesma mechanics and customer service agents after the government announced a wage subsidy plan but has not committed to maintain the program past June six I'm Charles last month
Canada Air Canada Layoffs
"Canada's largest airline plans to lay off at least twenty thousand employees because of the pandemic at kind of the says the layoffs will impact more than half of the company's thirty eight thousand employees in nineteen forty two with uses schedule by ninety five percent with little hope of normal traffic returning soon the carrier says is what forced the city to be reduced by fifty to sixty percent a move affected June seventh in March it announced a lay off of the Hoff of the work force under a cost reduction scheme then in April he proceeded to rehire laid off flight attendants mechanics and customer service agents after the government announced a wage subsidy plan but has not committed to maintain the program past June six I'm Charles last month
"hoff" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Records embattled countless scientists usability testing is it hot or is it just me he's for heads like alpha male Chuck Norris sort of thing going on he said that he was able to teach the power of consciously controlling your body temperature in these extreme environments Wim Hoff basically said you could be Superman he also said that you could keep your your sicknesses with just the power of your mind I just smelled charlatan from like across the internet this looks like and I figured that this could be dangerous too because if you're telling people that you can cure your sickness of the power of your mind you might not get the medical treatment you need or if he says that you can go sit on an iceberg in the warm you could freeze that it seems so obvious to me that that this whim off fellow was going to get people killed I didn't want him to create more families at that point when Hough was sort of a rising icon but he hadn't achieved global superstardom but I saw that as a potential so I wanted to develop him before he got famous but to really evaluate Wim Hoff Scott had experiences method first hand so we went to Poland to take one of his intensive seven day trainings so I get off the plane in the first person I meet is swim Hoff and he.
"hoff" Discussed on Living Fearlessly with Lisa McDonald
"Yeah beautiful while all of my continued success going forward and stay safe stay healthy stamp lifted and to my listening audience. I WanNa thank you as well for the gift of your time for taking This opportunity to connect with myself on my guest today on living fearlessly with Lisa McDonald. Emily Hof again. I highly encourage you to go get the book on Amazon. Take advantage of this downtime that we all have to get back to grassroots with what's truly important. I'm very clear on my purpose. My purpose is to uplift due to fear less and to live more until next week when we're joined by yet another phenomenal guest living fearlessly with Lisa McDonald. I wish you a safe fantastic weekend. Love and gratitude love and light all my best. Take care.
"hoff" Discussed on Living Fearlessly with Lisa McDonald
"Of go with whatever catches my eye curiosity or catches my interest I enjoy all kinds of museums. I have no training art. I won't profess to have any keen I But I do love. Visiting are easy owns And I'm always especially drawn to unfinished works or sketches. That lead up to something. I think it's really easy you with a book or with a painting or any other kind of creative venture you WanNa think about with a cake. it's really easy to look at the finished product and assume that it was always going to be that way. I'm not a start was a start to finish a vision executed but that is almost never the case and so as someone who is really a big fan of process. Big Fan of how things come together. I love the ability to see that kind of stuff beautiful well. Let's talk quickly. Here about the symbiotic relationship partnership between you and make an of course. When she comes onto the show I'll be asking the same question to garner her perspective and her insights but both of you would bring different strengths to the table. One might be more proficient one area. One might be more seemingly deficient in another area but because you're doing this in conjunction with each other you balance each other out and you. You're well rounded. So what if you? What did you come to learn more about your relationship with making as a result of what she brought to the table And vice versa. You know in terms of all aspects of your partnership will what what stands out the most for you in terms of how well you work together or what you. Further developed either from skill set perspective or some type of Insight about who you are at the deeper level of your personality your soul that otherwise wouldn't have been unearthed. Had you not been working in tandem with making specifically well? I think McKnight talk about this a lot in that Both are really thankful that we did this process together. Either of us are capable of writing something our own. Should we want to But the products that came out here is so much stronger and so much more interesting because it has the two of us and not just one voice employees what really and we really do have Complimentary but somewhat different skill sets Which are booked biographies? That you read. Mine at the beginning this Trying to get out of in kind of a fun way have different modes of thinking of how the world engaging with things but we are committed to being open and honest with each other and committed to taking opportunities to strengthen our relationship when we can so obviously a five year. Long Project comes with its ups and downs. And unfortunately life doesn't stop while you're working on other projects other things are always still going on and to have someone who is not just a creative partner to bounce ideas off of and to help straight them but who is also a friend and who is also a support system is something. It's really remarkable And I creative professional remain so grateful for the level of commitment that Megan and I have to each other. We are explicit about it that we talk about the nature of our relationship that we talk about. What's important that we talk about moments where things go wrong? We're talking about moments where things really went right And artillery earn whenever we can from those beautiful beautiful so being cognizant of time again. Emily I wanNA give you another opportunity for the benefit of the listening audience and the podcast subscribers. Where can people reach out to you where people by the book what's the website etc Cetera? Well thank you so much for tuning in to listen to. This has been a really great to talk with you and I do hope your readers go out and find our book. Scenic Science of the national parks is available wherever books are sold including Amazon and your local bookstore. Megan and I are active on instagram. At scenic science book we oppose pictures from all of our travels and we talk about the process of putting the book together. And of course you can visit our website to scenic science book. Dotcom fantastic well given. This is your opportunity to shine but again also being cognizant of time. Was there any question that you wish I had asked of you? That would have given you even a deeper level of who you are in which to share and impart with the listening audience that perhaps I glossed over or or bypassed you.
"hoff" Discussed on Living Fearlessly with Lisa McDonald
"There are as there is just an overwhelming amount of science and nature to explore within those landscapes but scientists is not limited to the landscapes that we can't necessarily get to right now. I live in New York City. I'm one of the most dense urban environments on the face of this planet but it is still a natural environment. I'm in now is a great time more than ever to kind of take heart of some of the messages that were saying in the book. That are look closely. What can you observe just by being close and being still a man look at the big picture? How does it Jane really high above or really far away And also just a call broadly to pay attention to what's around the subjects that we cover the book the things that were asking people to get closer look at the big picture for are not necessarily the most spectacular aspects of these places. They're things like the humble junior perjury that you will spot in a lot of different parks and maybe would just walk right past at overview to get to that big scenic viewpoint but those junipers are just as remarkable as what you're going to see the viewpoint so what else can you find. Just lurking close by Beautiful and so throughout your travel your discoveries What you've an earth what you've tapped into maybe for the first time or you've gotten a more refined sense of perspective for having revisited certain places a multitude of times. What is your favorite place on the face of the planet that you've had the luxury and the privilege of traveling to. Oh my gosh what a question really good question and whatever you come upon is your answer would ask you to explain. Why but related question. Toby off mega often get asked what our favorite park is. And I think for both of us. It's an absolutely impossible question to answer. We were so fortunate to visit twenty five parks over the course of our research and I would say in just about every one of those. There's a moment or a place that I can mentally travel back to and that enjoy going back to sometimes. It's something as simple as the campground bathroom has released stuck with me or something even more than that too. They're all of these sort of you. Know listen moments but what sort of bring them? All together is that I had Nagin to share it with and sort of larger purpose in what we were doing So utterly for the time we on the road and I'd be guy would I can't pick any of those places. Okay well let me let me. Maybe I'll get the same answer from you. Let me take another stab at this. So if you were faced with the choice and you had to be discerning and even though you can appreciate all that you received and what resonated with you out of all twenty five parts but you had only one more future opportunity which to revisit a park that ev- either already been to or have yet to go to. What would you choose? Rather than rather than forfeiting the opportunity of not going because there's too many selections too many choices but to capitalize on the fact that you even have the opportunity or the option. What would you choose question I do on scripted? None of this. Qna stuff so yeah. I catching you off guard here. But this is this makes for authentic organic conversation Boy In the course of researching the book we learned about so many interesting places in antastic things One place that has released tech with Nita visit that desperately like to is lassen. Volcanic National Park in California has kind of similar vibes to yellowstone. And there's a lot of volcanic activity going on and a lot of boiling mud pots in hot springs and things like that And I would desperately love the chance to explore it. It's a little bit smaller much smaller than yellowstone And you can easily get into the back country and see some things there so I think if I could only go one of their place think that would probably be it. Beautiful beautiful okay. So let's talk about the contrast to who emily when she's living in concrete jungle and that's not to knock. New York's I love New York but when we talk about the differences the obvious differences between city life and being out with nature. You know. Obviously you're still fundamentally at the core of who you are. You're the same person but what what comes out. What comes more to life? What's more accentuated that when you're out in nature That perhaps a little bit more submerged or hidden when you're in concrete jungle city life. So what is it about you that that you love that starts to get resurrected or resurfaces when you're in your element of being in the happy place? I think it's the ability to pay attention than humility is so much different in nature and in New York. It looks really different right and the normal day there is so much stimulus coming at you and just walking down. The street is sort of a carnival of senses that you learn really quickly to have these background mental processes running of filtering out unnecessary stimulus. So that you can pay attention to what you might actually need to know. What are the front of me Can I make this light? That sort of thing. An in nature their background element is sort of removed It feels like all your mental processes get to run on a little bit slower And taken stimulus that has really very different than what you might see or hear or smell. I mean the ability to read deeply is definitely not on the table. All the time in New York you do not want to take a deep breath on some street corners. Most of the time But that ability to sort of take it all in on one level instead of processing on so many levels is really interesting to me Jonah Fall and so given what your impassioned by and given where you feel like you're most at home in your happy place. People might be listening in and going okay. Well why does she elect to live in New York? What's the draw for living in New York as opposed to living in the sanctuary of what does appeal to your senses? Twenty four seven well to me. New York is my home Michael here for eight years and though I moved here for work somewhat reluctantly but excited to see what it was all about and I found on a city that was so deeply energetic and so driven and so creative and so weird I just had to say fantastic fantastic and so not to take away from the newness of the spoke having been launched. But obviously because you're a visionary and because this was something that you undertook and it did require five years of patients and creativity and exploration and interfacing with a whole bunch of Experts in the field for your book to become a finished tangible product. What what else is on the horizon for you. Or what else do you see as being further extrapolated as a result of the book Being having come to life like. Is there any add ONS to the book? Could THERE BE A book number two. But it covers a different aspect of of Nature or outdoors you know. Have you and Megan talked about that? Would there be a second project in falls the two of you or would you see something else? That takes you off on a separate individualistic direction or something. Completely out of the realm of book writing altogether. That you've now gotten a little bit more fire in your belly and going on you know what I am so proud of myself for having written that book but there's other things that I also want to get to that because the book took precedence for five years I wasn't able to get to but now perhaps I can so. Wh What's the future of Emily Hof Year while Megan Higher Definitely Creative duo for the ages. Not everybody gets a chance in life to have a creative partner that they're connected with. You'll really really lucky in Matt and excited to keep developing that partnership and keep seeing grow. There's definitely a second book that will come at some point Probably somewhat along the same lines but we already wrote that book. So let's see what else we have definitely Firm as our world starts to open up a Megan and I are going to lead trips. Juba National Parks. We currently have one on the calendar. That may or may not happen in late. July Two Arches and Canyon Lands National Parks in Utah. And so hopefully more of that to come amazing pretty exciting. Very exciting stuff and a lot of people would be enamored by your lifestyle and go. Oh you know what I really wish. I could have more of that adopted into my life so for anybody. Who's tuning in here? Whether it be the radio show itself eventually the PODCAST When it comes out and they go you know what I've realized to what degree I've been to regimented in my ways and You know I do want to get back to the beauty of nature. I do like who I am the most when I'm exposed to what's natural organic. What's vibrant so for people who are kind of going? Okay but how do I juggle the duality of what my life has to look like based on the subsidy paying bills etcetera but really tapping into the essence and the core of WHO? I am by taking a leap of faith. Maybe not as drastically as what emily or Megan have but getting getting off the fence. At least so what would you say to people to entice them or to educate them about what they might be overlooking or having previously dismissed about nature and the wonders of the world? While I think oftentimes it can help to reframe the situation or the question that you're asking yourself so If you are saying you know what I would. Love is to run away to the times for the rest of the year but doesn't possible any to pay rent and also there's the Pentagon It can help to sort of say. Well what can I do right now? That is that and what can I do? Maybe as a step towards that can. I Open a savings account. Can I look for jobs that might be available to me when the world starts to reopen And understanding that almost goal that you're going to set takes time and it will take more time than you want it to and it will involve a lot of steps that you could never see coming in the first place in a lot of them. You may not want to do necessarily. But it's all about maintaining priorities in this kind of cases is my priority to finish or is my priority to get a different job now here in my city and being able to answer that and Sorta hold various decisions that you might make up against. That doesn't go towards this or does it take me away from that. And what is my responsibility in? What is my desire can be really helpful but even just in connecting to nature cannot emphasize enough that cities and Suburbs as well. Our natural places New York City has something like thirty thousand acres of Park Land As well as public beaches that you can get to and so even within without leaving my city. I have participated in quite a lot of natural events There's something called the street tree survey. That happens here. Every ten years just like the people census in New York City Parks Department surveys every single tree growing between buildings and the street in the city..
"hoff" Discussed on Living Fearlessly with Lisa McDonald
"Once again we are joined by yet. Another phenomenal guest. So who is my guest of this Friday? Well what I can tell you is we are joined by Emily Hof. She is the Cohort Co author of scenic science of the national parks. She's the Big Ideas. Person Of this author duo. She's constantly inventing new projects and swinging for the fences other hats that emily wears when working with her book. Counterpart Megan Keller Include Chief Campsite dishwashing officer monitor of the weather radar nowhere of Hamilton lyrics and Queen of the research books when emily isn't working with making Keller. You can find her. Writing Museum X. Exhibits for the likes of the American Museum of National History and Kennedy Space Center. Emily lives in Brooklyn New York. Welcome to living with Lisa. Mcdonnell my friend. How are you today? Emily thanks so much for having that. I'm excited to be here. Well this is amazing and I just wanted to give some Some back story here. So for the fact that I've been doing global international radio now in podcasting for five years And given the reach and I'm very grateful for everybody who tunes in Listens uploads downloads shares. Out The podcast. You know people like you're publishing company getting books from people all over the place. I want my people on your show and this happened to be the case in your particular case you and And Megan who will be coming up on another show in another interview and you know. I looked at the book scenic science of the National Parks and I thought you know what. How timely is this because here we are? We're all sitting in in quarantine self isolation and it's giving people an opportunity to reflect on what perhaps we all collectively and individually took for granted and so. This couldn't come at a better time. Emily to talk about things that really matter as it goes back to The grass roots and the bare bones of nature. So let's talk a little bit about your book. Let's talk about the inception of your journey. What motivated you to write about this type of books specifically shirt This has been alcoholics. Are ensure quite a journey. This book represents about five years of work for Megan and I And we A million years ago went to Undergrad together and became really fast friends. They are when we discovered that. We both Mostly were giant nerds but that we really liked We really loved learning and we were determined to keep on learning even after we finished school And wanted to kind of help others tap into their curiosity And their excitement to explore just about any area of matter that they were interested in two mega worked to develop a bunch of different ideas and over the course of a little while it became really obvious that we wanted to focus on traveling and we wanted to focus specifically on science It occurred to us that you can travel for a lot of different reasons. You can travel for food or music or drugs or sex. What would it mean to travel for science? How could we BE SCIENCE TOURISTS And what would that really look like? He's so we started taking trips to the national parks and hiking paleontologists and skyping with geologists and pestering people in visitors centers with all sorts of questions and we learned that not only. Is it possible to be science whereas but it's a heck of a lot of fun and it takes you all over the place and lets you interact with people that you wouldn't necessarily otherwise have a reason to strike up a conversation with so? This book really became an effort to get that philosophy out into the world We have been driven for a long time by Arthur short catchphrase which is get curious so all it means is pack your bags or in this case. Grab a nice beverage. Sit Down in your favorites here and do whatever sound good to you or whatever feels interesting in an effort to learn more about the world to fall beautiful Wolpe. Well you cited in rhymed off a lot of Really pivotal things that you learned along the ways because we know when we're birthing books You know we think of other myriads of insights that otherwise wouldn't have been Glaringly interface or or be abundantly apparent to us. What I would like to know from you as I'm sure the listening audience would as well. Emily what have you wouldn't you come to realize about yourself that you know wouldn't have otherwise transpired in the way of insight transformation etc. Had You not written this book or undergone the process of embarking to write this book? What have you? What are you pleasantly? Surprised about in terms of having learnt about yourself. It's a great question. Well I think it's interesting that you talked about burning a book because that's something that Megan and I Kind of half jokingly but half seriously referred to throughout this process that we were pregnant with a book we're going to give birth to this book But unlike you know a nine month pregnancy we had five years all to incubate these ideas and for the first three years it was a largely Megan and I working on our own on in collaboration with scientists so a year three we then had a publishing human policy we had an agent and designer and illustrator and it became though of course the the research and the writing and all of that fell on Megan and I We had to quickly learn how to bring other people into our team and work effectively with them and not just bring them into our team but help them work on our vision This wise our book our babies from the very beginning so to learn how to expand the team and share that vision and also be flexible. This is not at all the book that we set out to write or that we like initially envisioned for the project But I could not be more proud of the way that it turned out. And I'm so thankful that both of us were willing to go on that journey and And create something with the input of others and with the advice and help others that we are really proud of fear fall so am I took lean then from what you've just said in terms of what you learned from yourself that you've had to somewhat rely. We've talked a lot about relinquishing on this show. You know in terms of embracing the best version of yourself or really meeting your targets or your objectives are trying to resonate at the deepest level with your target audience or your demographic for whatever your product services message branding is. We understand that in order to effectively Get things done. We have to allow people to come into the process. And so as you cited. There were other people who you need to get on board for them to grasp onto the Vision. You held that you and make in collectively held for the buck. So was that what you learn about yourself in terms of getting out of the I've got to be in control of everything or or or what is the biggest fundamental core principle? You've learnt about yourself a good question. Wow that's a really good question. I think the biggest thing that I learned really was like add Say the biggest thing I learned was the ability to see my vision through and to be adaptable throughout that process I've thought of myself as a writer for a long time at professional writer in museums than in all sorts of capacities News somewhere in the back of my head that I wanted to write a book but Actually deciding that now is the time to embark on that journey. And that I was going to do it with my best friend. And then as Pulled in other people along this process you know the team just got bigger and bigger and I also think it's important to say that our entire publishing team Were women and we really focus our research towards topics that we could connect with I women and other scientists whose voices are not heard that often so throughout this whole process it was all about having a really clear vision of what we wanted. We wanted to write a book and we wanted to inspire jury book and then can rolling consistent with all of the different punches and all of the different plot twists that got thrown your way To make sure that we were still on that track we were still subscribing to our vision and our mission But learning how to adapt that into the real world fantastic while I love what you said there about the team being predominantly women women empowering women all about that so fantastic. Kudos to you because you obviously by doing that accomplish more things than you initially set out to just birthing the buck so Fantastic so let's talk a little bit about the reception of the book because this was only just launched. If I'm not mistaken March thirty first I mean this is only weeks ago So what's happening? What's transpired what's the reception? What's the receptive to feedback? Well I think everybody can appreciate but this is a really interesting time to launch a man of course. Meghan I spent five years dreaming about Our Book Release. Of what that would look like and what that would feel like. I don't think any sort of scenario we could have come up with where we currently are right so that has been kind of interesting but you know and of course alone up to a little disappointment in that but at the same time Our book is out there in the world and we're getting to see people interact with it Both people that we know and love. It's so cool to see my aunts and uncles with the book in their hands and Megan feels the same about her siblings and friends But it's also really neat to know that it's just out there that anyone can interact with it. It's out teenagers outliving. Its own life now and creating its own world But an interesting aspect is that from the beginning even though this was a travel book and we obviously had no idea. Condemning was on the way from the beginning we really wanted it to be accessible for armchair travellers as well as people that we're actually going to go into the parks. I'm an so nowhere. Is that more important than right now. Right as the ability to open and disappear into a different place for a little while Is a really fantastic thing right now and I'm really pleased that we could make an entry into that absolutely well. I'M GONNA offer my two cents on that because you know. I'm always about the deeper. Lessen the deeper ray and in that typically always comes from adversity or challenge You know people think that the easiest or the best things were the life lessons come from when things are seemingly easy right. No it's not I think desperation this. What fuels purpose and out of purpose comes passion? So I think in my own humble opinion and I've spoken about this subject from various perspectives. I think your book couldn't have come out at a better time to be honest because and not just the book itself but the Nature Pun intended of what the book is about because with people being shot indoors right now people who are not comfortable in their own skin people who shy away from solitude People who have not the shadow work on themselves to really get clear with okay. What are my intentions? How can I show up in this world? It's the best most improved I myself. What projects similar to emily and Megan Call it a book? Call it a CD call it call it whatever have I put on the back burner for far too long that I've always used the excuse or defaulted to I've never had enough time. Well we all now are sitting in a period where rather than succumbing to fear or looking at the ways that we feel. We've been inconvenienced. We can look at this as the most creative opportune time. Knowing that we're embarking upon when we get the green light to reemerge back into the world again as a collective. It's going to be a new normal. So how can we use this time to show up as the best most improved version of ourselves? What things have we put on the backburner that we can now truly put our attentions on and have things come to tangible for wition and so given the nature of Your Book Yours and Makings Book? Being about beauty. Right I mean. How many things have we taken for granted in this world that now we are forced to shut down shut in and have to introspectively go deep within ourselves and go okay? What things did I on a daily basis take for granted right? Well people are now realizing when they're looking out their window while I really wish that I could like go on that trail and go on a hike with my buddies or You know or get back to grassroots with nature things that are really pivotal important that again. We've taken collectively for granted. So knowing that people are getting caught up with their book reading knowing that people are starting to tap into like really what the the lyrics are in in in music and really just looking at things from a more crystallized standpoint. I think this is the best time for not only your book having been launched but more so especially for the exact nature of what your book signifies and what it's all about. That's my personal opinion so I think this is amazing. Thank you so much. Yeah I mean I think Megan. I chose to focus on the national parks partially because we wanted to travel..
"hoff" Discussed on Living Fearlessly with Lisa McDonald
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Interview With Bruce Vanderhoff, MD, MBA: Chief Medical Officer at OhioHealth About Coronavirus
"So I'd like to welcome me chief medical officer with Ohio health Dr Bruce Vander Hoff and Dr thank you for being on the mark blazer show I know you're very busy very pleased to be able to be here with you yeah it's fantastic that you've taken time to be on with it so everything that you're seeing and reading right now with regard to our we are we really close to hitting what they're calling the surge is is that something that you're seeing within the next whatever few days to a week yeah all the modeling that we've been doing here in the state really is pointing toward hitting our surge over the coming days now of course we're hopeful that that surge is as low as possible but I do think that we're going to begin moving into the peak season for our our who bid nineteen search sometime over the course of the next several days so from when you first began seeing the data for the corona virus and where it was projected to go and so on and where we're at now is it promising you know based on the comparison there and kind of the things that we're hearing kind of alluding to what you probably just heard me talking about with the governor during his press conference today and all of that your thoughts on that yeah it's very promising and I think the people of central Ohio and really people all across our state can be very very proud of all the sacrifices that we've made and although the hard work that collectively we put into one thing this curve it's it's had an impact you know modeling for epidemics is actually not something new for people in health care we've been modeling epidemics for a long time early estimates about what this virus could have done in our state we're really pointing to pretty frightening picture and I think collectively now we're all cautiously optimistic that while there are still going to be people in central Ohio who gets sick and they're still going to be serious illness for our health systems to deal with that we're looking at a much much better picture talking to chief medical officer with Ohio health Dr Bruce banner often with regard to the surge we were kind of just talking about that is projected to hit here soon how has Ohio health prepared for this well we've been preparing in a lot of ways of for a long time really dating all the way back to H. one N. one and then the concerns that have arisen around of the potential free ball walk to jump from Africa to other countries but when it became clear that this illness has the potential to spread from China to the United States we began thinking about well what were all the things we would need to do to be out that set ready to go so a few weeks ago we already had a command center up and running and from that command center we began looking at how would we need to change the care that we provide day in and day out how would we need to help support the community in new and different ways how is the house Ohio health been handling the PP shortages are you guys experiencing that I think that every healthcare organization in the country has had to contend with that you know the the supply of of PP medical supplies really it is a worldwide distribution chain and unfortunately this illness hit some of the sources of that world wide supply chain pretty severely so that by the time it got to us our usual sources had been really really badly impacted but you know Ohioans are really remarkable and certainly the team here at Ohio health I think it's been remarkable it really prompted us to innovate and so we innovated and a whole lot of ways some of which your your audiences are undoubtedly heard with we partnered with some local innovators like the tell and Patel helped us find new ways to continue using important things like our masks and so today we are recycling our masks and a very very safe and FDA approved way when we have many were very grateful to Patel for that but we've done other things up we we've worked with local companies to help us produce some of our P. P. P. companies that you know previously were were not in the business of making PPP and maybe even done other things like three D. printing a lot of the swabs now that we used to do the testing we can't get but but it's okay because we're three D. printing I I I'm with chief medical officer with Ohio health Dr Bruce Vander Hoff and I also read doctor that you know you guys are using this is incredible by the way the iPad to communicate with patients from say on like the other side of the glass in the I. vis with the longer to being set up so you know in the hallway the nurses can you know Dodge having to go into the room for somebody who's infected to change that kind of stuff is unbelievable to me that so really really cool and you know what's really the coolest thing about it is that these are innovations that were developed at the bed side by the folks who care for patients every day so when they were faced with the challenge of needing to decrease the traffic in and out of the room because we had real pressure on the availability of personal protective equipment they looked at it and said well you know I we can change how we how we care for patients but the caring for them in ways that didn't isolate the patient so while we're going in and out of the room less often because of some of the things you just described IV pumps outside the room we're also giving the patience I pads and now the doctors and nurses are able to interact with them often much more often than they were before because it's you know if you see a patient and then half an hour later have a thought want to ask them something you're on the other side of the hospital in the old days that might mean you got back around later in the afternoon now you get on your smartphone you connect to them on their iPad and it's a much better doctor patient nurse patient interaction that is really really it's fascinating corona viruses we know doctors changed you know how we approach medicine talk to me about telehealth I know that something that is kind of a newer term for some people and how it's becoming kind of the new norm right now well this this code nineteen experience really challenged our health care providers our our doctors our nurses to think about new ways to stay connected with patients in new ways to continue their vital care so some of that it's been through video and telephonic care and now our our primary care physicians are specialists are more and more having their visits with patients via video telephone I'll give you a great example my neighbor came over and asked me to help him with his I. phone because his very first visit with his specialist was going to be a videocassette this is the headphones yes we haven't set up in it and and he did very well with it but you know that's not something that would have happened is recently is three months ago give me another really neat example and that is we're doing more and more hospital at home care so patients in it in the past may have come to the hospital for something that required relatively short hospital stay but now because we're able to provide monitors special monitors in the home we're able to use these video visits supplemented by maybe once or twice a day nursing visits were caring for some conditions without the patient ever having to come into the hospital Dr venter offices Dave I was curious you know one point they were talking about forty to seventy percent of the population what would get corona virus do you and there's a thirty percent swing in there do you still see it in that regard is it just going to be that it's going to be spread out over more time do you think that percentage is going to drop any insight on that you know one of the challenges that we have is that but we really don't know how many people at this stage in the game have been infected with the corona virus but what we do know is that far more people have and miles for a symptomatic infection with us then we believe from the early data that was coming from China in a way that's a hopeful factors because if a lot more of our people have required the virus had the virus and yet really have very mild symptoms maybe a mild cold maybe little at all it it may point to there being more and you've heard this term herd immunity and we might have thought possible that that seventy percent number that you've heard referenced the recent people point to that number is that's right around the point when the community has enough immunity at at that it helps reduce the likelihood that more vulnerable patients will get the illness and be exposed to it in the general community so we don't know yet but we are hopeful that maybe there's more community in our community at the end of the spring season then at first we thought might have been possible chief medical officer with Ohio health Dr Bruce Vander Hoff thank you so much for coming out today and for everything you and your staff and everybody at Ohio health and the health community doing for us not only during this time but all the
"hoff" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast
"I didn't know if because of how often you've seen them in how you're you're very passionate and the connections you have. I didn't know if they were some of the ban they go. Oh yeah that's Lisa. Well certainly the disciples of soul. Okay that have just been on the road. Certainly they recognize me. Certainly I mean Eddie manion. I wouldn't call him a friend but he somebody who points me out every show. He you know and I actually became friends with Clark. Gayton who is so underrated and so incredibly talented. He plays around in New York in all different incarnations of music from big bands to reggae a super talented guy. And Really Nice. But again you know Anthony El Monte the disciples of soul definitely know who I am at this point because I went to so many shows when they went back on the road I never in my wildest dreams thought that they would ever you know I thought that was over. Steve went back with the band. And you know it was a one off initially and then they started to tour and so did I. Yeah it was it was. I was really lucky enough. They were coming to Dallas and on twitter. Little Stevens said at the hard rock cafe in downtown Dallas. I'm going to do an impromptu You know garage band and so we got there early. The ban started doing there And I saw Eddie and like hey can I take your picture you know and and And then little even came took pictures with all of this was very kind and then they ended up. There was a birthday party there so they wouldn let him do his. Dj thing so they just ended up eating and leaving. You know but it was like okay. I got my picture taken with them. That's you know I now have meals. I have little steven you know on my Bingo card of Admit I. I've got a picture of me and Bruce from Saint Paul. Yeah we flew out for the first couple of shows of the born in the USA tour and the daytime of the second night. We were just shopping in the mall. And there was bruce and my friend had one picture left on one of those member those disc cameras with the round film. He had one picture left and he snapped a picture of me. Bruce and I have on my born in the USA shirt and ironically in the background Was Jimmy mcduffie. Who did his security at that time? Fast forward to about Oh two thousand eight. I guess maybe two thousand nine. My cousin was going to school in Staten Island younger shoes in college and she got snowed to where they couldn't get the ferry back to school and she came with a couple of friends to spend the night in my apartment and her friend is very plugged in. Apparently Jimmy mcduffie is her godfather and she just casually mentioned it and I pulled out the picture and I said Oh this Jimmy McAfee and she fell over. 'cause he's in the background of the picture. Whose name Bruce Centers. She wasn't even born yet. The my picture was When for the autobiography You know he did the first round. Were all you know east coast than just maybe one or two in California West Coast and then they did a second round and there was one in Austin and I drove down and got my six seconds with him and so I have the picture of us at the book signing in where I got to tell him. You know how much better days and land of hope and dreams meant to me. As I've told the story a hundred times I don't think he heard it but I needed to say it more than I needed him to hear it If that makes sense Oh absolutely. Yeah so that. That's that's very cool. The you've been very vocal about some of the music but is is there any thing particular songs or albums that we haven't touched on that has a special place in your heart. Well there's a couple would have to say first of all when the ties that bind came out that to me. That was a dream come true because I had been chasing. That music might entire life. Bootlegs were hard to come by some of the songs I knew some had been released. Some were played by other people but essentially it was just as the you know the heavens opened up and drop this record on me on that side. I look at my favorites change. You Know How could I how could I be a Bruce Fan and not save one? Two run is my favorite record. You know what I mean but well I love East reshuffle. I in you know I have a good friend Sam and Salmon. I talk all the time and we. We always benching with with without malice. We go okay. You're doing be the boss on East Street radio. Why don't pick thunder? Road is one of your five songs. Of course. Thunder road means the world to you? Thunder road means the world to all of us. You know right and so I kinda that same thing when I say. Land of hope. Juries are better. Days are my favorite songs. But that's also. I'm not giving short to Rosetta or thunder road or born to run. You know or the rising I completely understand. I mean it is there are there. There are an and I talk about this often. It's ever changing in also. I think that is. That's where the title of this podcast came from. Is that when you're not at a show? And he plays a song that you would have loved to hear live you stop set listing and you start. Set lusting right. So that's where the title came from so for me the one song that I've never heard him play that I wish I could hear perfectly because I was just the question I was going to ask you. Okay well for me. It is e street shuffle. Wow Okay I've never heard them. And ironically when they were at the end of the two thousand nine tour and playing whole albums I already had tickets and ended up at the river. Show not that. I was disappointed but I had seen. Dozens of river shows dozens back in the day back in the day front but not from start to finish never have which was a treat but the night before my stepbrother had tickets and he d e street shuffle the whole album but he already made a commitment to a friend who was as big. A fan is the rest of us to go that night and he tells the story that before they started to play. His friend leaned over and said well. What do you think he'll open with and he said I don't know Funda crack and that's what he opened with. But I you know again that I would have traded at least a dozen shows to have seen that night. That's five is taking. My son was too too much. But you know. I'm very grateful that I took my son to the magic tour. And so he got to see Clarence which was a big thing and I have to tell you as a fan after he passed. I couldn't see the band. It took me a took me until the river tour in. So so you didn't go to wrecking ball or did not. I did not and I loved the records but I just couldn't bring myself to see a show without Clarence I. I understand that I you know I could see that It was devastating. Yeah and you know and I think they handled it. Well a little weird you know. Losing Danny was certainly tough. But Clarence was such a presence in. Bruce in his friendship was so epic on stage. Not that they all aren't friends and brothers off stage on stage so yeah it was really weird and It was devastating. I remember I I ended up I had Sirius Xm. But I didn't have the the online version of were were. You could play it anywhere from a computer and I ended up buying it and I said at my computer listening to the replay of the Special Apollo show. You know. And that's the first time he did that. Are we missing anybody and even telling the story now? Lisa I had tears in the science just pulled a Tissue Guy. Because are we missing anybody and it just is so and and. I still stand by that. You know if you're here and we are here they're here and I think about that when I'm going to family get togethers where our grandparents aren't there or my dad isn't there and I. I always think that while we're here they're here you know if if you're here we're here than they are here and that presence is such and I believe losing clearance and then losing David Bowie and Glenn Fry and then prince but even especially bowie before the river tour of two thousand sixteen. I think that is one of the reasons why they had such a joy playing together because in my mind they all go. The the road in front of us is shorter than the row behind us. We have no. We have nothing guaranteed of how many more times we are going to get to play together and I say with coats play because it is a job for them but it also. They are playing music they are. There is such a joy of them performing together and I think they were incredibly strong. That tour I think they showed their their love and and the greatness of the band but there was such A. We are so grateful that we are having not final victory lap for we are having this ability to do this again at this point darker. I will agree with that completely. And it's interesting because as. I said I couldn't really bring my couldn't bring myself to go but I did and right off the bat I said Jake is playing Clarence Horns. There is no doubt in my mind that he playing his horns. This only you know he learned the Solos but I met somebody in the parking lot who had never seen a brick shell okay and that was his first show and after the show we will park next to each other and I personally would have preferred. I thought I was going to see the outtakes. Frankly I didn't realize they were playing the whole album again. It was great but I kind of Said something like Gee I wish I could have picked that set list and I remember him saying you something like Oh my God. That was like the greatest show I ever saw in my life bar. None and I said you have just seen the greatest show on earth no doubt about it but I guess I'm a little bit jaded Having been a fan for so long and seeing so many shows that were just epic shows. I can remember on the river tour. I was already a big St Fan and almost being annoyed if I was on the Clarence side not annoy. Oh Dang it you know but what I wouldn't do to be able to see him play in front of me from the fourth row. You know it was a devastating loss musically for the band I can't imagine what their friendships with the loss. Must've been to them when I only I cried two or three times. I was lucky enough to get a show to get a ticket on Broadway. And even luckier. My wife said yes. We have no business spending the money. But we're GonNa let you go. Yes and and.
Dealing With Alcoholism
"So Simon Welcome into yours. Thanks for have amazed to be here so I want to talk to you about kind of in general Staying Sober Pass Stride Stride January through that now and also how alcohol and giving up. Alcohol has affected your mental health mentally. I focus on your mental health. You show regrets mentally taking mental entity then then today mm-hmm so can we start with. Just how did you realize that you had a problem with alcohol. Yeah that's a really good place to start. Actually because so many mini paypal ever realized. I've got a problem. They drink daily and think everything's Okay and always one of those people. I was drinking between one and three bottles of red wine. Every day often washed down with Basil sometimes spirits and I went on for years the over two decades not realize how to problem and eventually I could see it was affecting me how I was an alcoholic in front of the most important things in my life. Lock my son and my wife my health my career and spent about five years in the place off the being away which was actually being aware I had a problem and starting to realize this was affected my diet to die life and causing causing me problems and always thinking about alcohol too much and that actually led to about five years being stuck in a really radio painful price which was where I was aware but I didn't know what the hell do about an when I coach people I help people quit alcohol-free free my facebook group and I do coaching sessions Away from that as well. I often tell them that. That is probably the toughest Paul on the journey anita to freedom from alcohol. When you're stuck in that place where you just what to do you know you've got all the way to go? How do you ton that was a difficult time for me? And it's you know it's been a long time there and I mean without going into the detail which might be we can dig into a little bit without got into that detail. The tipping point for me was one more than some computer hands were shaking shaking uncontrollably and the next day the same thing can realize that this was affected my health. They always going to end up date. Full the age of fifty. If I carry. Don't do this and that was when she moved for just just being aware. I had a problem to actually starting to do something about the people in your life. Were they aware of what was going on. What you're doing now? Like many people with the alcohol problem always always really good at Kinda covering up. is you run a business with twenty five staff all used to be in the face by Hoff seven mice commends out. Brush my teeth three or four times every morning Matanga be pub the red wine the night before and nobody really knew die. Now if I service MEL Polls my skin from the booze the auto the night before Detroit take steps to hide it my wife Yes. She was aware of how much I was drinking and she moved from drinking bottles of wine onto wind box. As because I I kind of wanted to hide that and don't really be able to say it in the cowboy Die for what it was. An the winebox is really easy to get Radovan. It opened the recycling of the neighbors. Say when you were drinking at at your worse did you notice. Certain triggers was when he was stressed or is it just constant drinking drinking everyday. Now it was a free died and Juno will always gave myself a raisin so if we had a good diet baseness yeah we we brought on board five new clients. That's the reason they celebrate. Open the wine. If I had a bad Diana client left us a bad review. That was another escapees. He's always have a reason an otherwise. justify it to myself so that one big all it wasn't a binge drinker way EH. That was a particular trigger or a place that set it off. It was just the daily routine. My son would go to bed so not. You couldn't wait to get intimate. which is all for now so that I could get shares out the cupboard and just drink it in his volumes of as much as possible? Oh so now. That wasn't really trigger. It was just the daily routine looking back. was there anything that you are trying to kind of escape from that time. Yeah that's a Geno Soggy marches come to light since I quit his Co. story I particularly in relation to mental health. But I think think I was so suffered from really really bad anxiety is horrific and I would worry about things that never often never happened. Happened and I would walk myself are part of meltdowns about things by myself. Feel better by thinking as a wise the wine join the savage in the tykes the edge of so I think I was coined self medicating without actually realizing all these tough challenging thoughts that were going on in my head and these feelings but the the interesting dimension to this is over since I quit drink him now always being quiet. hyperactive impulsive There's a whole a whole bunch of things on a paper said to me over. The years might go. Gee must've each day and he's been like a running joke since I quit. A lot of the symptoms have been so much clearer a- a- my wife actually said to me suck me down and said no I'm really saying as I'm sayin' in Saga many things. The didn't see when you were drink him because always mosque in it with the alcohol and the quit. Drinking is almost like someone's pope the cutters on these symptoms and not hide from is not covered up now so I actually went for an assessment again long story show and and they confirmed the combined at idea each day an had. I not quit drinking. I would never have been able to sean lawyer lawyer on that or would probably just carried on living as I was an all makes much sense now. The I actually Drinkin- because I had so many things things going on with the idea. Hd as well as the ZOA. Though I just felt frustrated things would get to me. I didn't feel like people understood more House things might fail by was okay because I always had wine in. That always took the edge off and on could always look forward to so again if it was another gift from the Saga Life. The I've been able to know the of got a now understand myself yourself a bit better. Yeah we've been up a whole another angle tons of men to health and so on size not only the hangs is Adhd guy with it is well how do you cope with Adhd and anxiety now. Because obviously it's brilliant give up drinking but it's kind of like you've given up your self medication as well yet. That's so around probably three or four months after I quit drinking the the dog clouds of anxiety that had been with me for probably twenty years or more. It was almost as if they started to fight a wide and it was like the sun-star it in my life again and I was so much more engaged in prison with my son and my wife and my friends and anything that I who is doing and also it actually notice it myself smiling and laughing again. I thought I was destined to become these grumpy old. Man I just thought that was who I was Rosen. How it was gonna be and suddenly things started? Changing anxiety faded away instead of feeling like nine or ten Out of ten in terms of how bad it was it. Just fight it down to like two or three out of ten and yes things do still come up. The Coles may anxiety. Aw that's life but I've now learned to sit with emotions and sit with uncomfortable fade ins off even youtube videos about how to handle those failings Phelan's and worked through them rather than bury the old self medicate with alcohol. So I can now Have something uncomfortable happened my life and three that confounded away with complete closure on never to rear its head again kind of thing. That's that's how it
Young girl hit by foul ball at Houston Astros game has permanent brain injury, lawyer says
"The injury of a very young Astros fan as spurred more safety measures across the league more than seven months since a line drive thou ball at Houston's minute maid park fractured the skull of a young girl who had been sitting in her grandfather's lap at an Astros game an attorney for the family of the child says the two and a half year old now takes anti seizure medication for her brain injury that affected her central nervous system in a way that is described by doctors as the equivalent of a stroke attorney Richard Matt Hoff tells the Houston Chronicle that the girl suffers periods of staring spells on responsiveness nightmares and frequent headaches no legal action has been filed all thirty major league baseball stadiums will be safe for next season all ball parks we'll have extended safety netting and seven will feature protective netting from foul pole to foul
Shipping industry proposes fund to tackle carbon emissions
"The world's largest shipping associations say they plan to set up a multi billion not a multi billion fund to find ways of reducing interest is carbon emissions the multi the money will be used to develop cleaner technology and cut the industry's greenhouse gas emissions by Hoff in line with you and
Top tech companies sued over child cobalt mining deaths in Congo
"More than a dozen families in the Democratic Republic of Congo are targeting some of the largest U. S. tech companies in a new lawsuit filed in Washington DC the site several Congolese children who've been killed or severely injured mining precious metals for tech gear CBS is Deborah potter has seen first hand children working in these cobalt mine foreman Hoff the world's cold comes from the Democratic Republic of Congo with the United Nations is over forty thousand children have been used to line the metal and in the nearly two years since our investigation also this is on the ground say conditions are as desperate as they both of these children kids still doing the unthinkable in the P. R. C. back breaking work even for adults but will the way in Washington these New Hope for our children in a lawsuit filed against major American tech companies who use the cobalt the suit filed against apple Google del Chris soft and Tessler accuses the companies of knowingly benefiting from a dating and debating the cruel and brutal use of young children in the DRC to mind cobalt's cobalt is used in almost every electronic
Trade talks hit stumbling block at Southeast Asian leaders summit
"Attempts by ten Asian countries to create the world's largest trading bloc of find it at a summit in the Thai capital Bangkok over demands raised by India Sanjay descriptive reports if a free trade deal can be struck it does need to get the Hoff the world's population and around forty percent of its coolness that is what will keep the leaders at the summit of the association of southeast Asian nations in Bangkok busy on Sunday they want to trade agreement backed by China and India but India is what about opening up key industries like metals and textiles to a flood of cheap Chinese imports which is why the Indian prime minister that into a movie sounded a note of warning saying any move to open up his country's vast market should be matched by benefits to Indian business
Dairy Free Pineapple and Coconut Party Cupcakes Recipe
"I hope that you enjoy this recipe and enjoy baking taking it particularly. If you have any birthdays other parties coming up for whatever's left of summer we don't usually have lots of recipes with sort of a frosting so i noticed that my young my two year old tended to eat the frosting and not as much of the cake and i did wonder if perhaps a pineapple chunks that we use maybe a bit too big and perhaps i needed to chop it up a little bit more so you could definitely give that a try particularly. If you decide that you lied to reduce the sugar in the recipe down by twenty percent sent also which you can do that if you feel that the recipe is too high should i wasn't too worried because it was her birthday and i was quite happy to treat treat to this delicious recipe but she did of goes end up eating off the frosting and not as initiate get through sort of hoff's cupcake cupcake and then she'd sort of lead the rest and usually it'll be my food a four year old who finish it up as she really you know she's quite food in love sweet things but my youngest is a bit more particular with what she likes to eat so let's get straight into into it. In terms of the ingredients you need some plain flour one hundred twenty grams one hundred and forty grams of casta sugar one and a half teaspoons of baking taking powder a pinch of sold forty grams of a dairy free spread one hundred twenty most of cooking so i used used a can of coke high-quality cognitive it was really rich and creamy so you will need to add a spoon or i using a four just his beat the can vigorously so that the cream and the milk in the ten combined while together and a bit of vanilla extract harvey spoon to be precise one a if you want to make this recipe vegan the kneecap of goethe news either banana or flex egg and then i also opened a can of pineapple and i pulled out about three to four pineapple who rings and then finally desiccated coconut to decorate you will also need to prepare some coconut frosting. If it's for a special occasion or you could just serving serving on its own the coconut frosting is basically prepared with icing sugar dairy free spread and the coconut milk and all all of the ingredients and respite instructions will be in the block post-polling to in the show notes for you. Now at this recipe is brilliant to get the kids involved so they really enjoyed helping me measure out the ingredients poor the you know flower into the mix and i found my four year old eating quite a bit of the battle helping us up to the pine poop so there was a lot of eating going on rather than helping me make cupcakes but that's fine. It's all part of the experience and they enjoy so. That's the main thing and i really enjoyed bonding with them. Over this recipes though without further ado so what do you need to put the flour sugar baking powder and the assault with the dairy free spread in a free standing electric mixer using the pedal attachment of us a electric one of those hand and held beaters. You want to use the whisk attachments and then you want you beat it together. You find that it makes this sandy consistency consi type final product and then you add all of the wet ingredients including the egg and the coconut milk and the vanilla extract and once that's all combined it so easy you just spoon out into a twelve hole muffin tray. You obviously want to pop in some pay cases into the muffin hose or i was thinking. Actually this is quite a sweet recipes. You could get one of although silicon many cupcake trays that would be quite useful if you want to make them into really small mini cupcakes up case otherwise the regular standard twelve inch hole or twelve whole cupcake trays will do the job perfectly fine aziz spoon it all in until it's about two thirds full then you add the chopped up pieces of pie brunell. I thought we talked it up reasonably okay okay but i did think that for my two year old maybe smaller even smaller pieces would have been helpful again. See the pictures of how big is drop them in the corresponding block bowls so once that was all poured into muffing trays it just meant enjoy oven that was preheated at one hundred seventy degrees celsius and it was in there about twenty minutes twenty twenty five minutes and once it was cool. We just talked it up with the coconut frosting and i use some desiccated coconut to decorate and it was delicious. It did stay well in the fridge review days as well. I did find that it was it was quite a heavy textured. I dish but it was very moist. My wainscott were little bit. Ordinary founded used up most of the coconut cream from the ten so although although the recipe says one hundred twenty miles. I think i used doubled that in fairness for the rest we it was quite moist so oh you can't use a bit more of the coconut cream if you want to. It gives you the really nice tropical flavor and i loved it. I would very happily make thank this again. Perhaps with a bit less sugar the next time if it's just for you know a week baking with the kids but i love the fact that it has fruit in it and if you want to you could always use the cocoa super for the kids because that would be calcium forty five bye and that would be a really nice way of making the getting your child's daily calcium intake as well and when you make the frosting thing i would use oatley clem fresh. I love that product is also calcium
"hoff" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio
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"hoff" Discussed on Daily Racing Form
"As I said on the final furlong podcast, where I was a guest this week, not really the business taking nine to four on future bets horses who aren't even committed to read in the spot, wouldn't be surprised at all. She makes that look like a gift. It's hard to talk much about the Breeders Cup, Classic futures because we're gonna have so much information coming out of this weekend or coming out of next week. Really. I'll just give you some prices here. You give me some thoughts educ only six to one. It seems. Yeah, yeah, excel ary nine to one. So you'll be nine, he'll he'll always be the fourth choice, no matter what he does the rest of the year. You really think. So. Even if he were to romp in the to press or you just went Pacific. Here's a problem. He's gonna wait a week Pacific classic. So no one's gonna give him any respect. And then he's a run in the run the mile in eight. Awesome. Again, which isn't necessarily like his wheelhouse. He's not gonna be like overly impressive there. I just don't think he'll I just don't think he'll ever really be respected. They'll they'll always be on flashier horse that that Hordley you know that people will gravitate more to gronkowski Hoff Berg and west coast all listed at a poultry tend to one. I mean, nothing there as west coast, even even working. I a lot of times seahorses just sort of randomly you'll see retired let. Yeah, west coast hasn't worked since March eighteenth so they'll thank you. And the other two we're gonna learn so much more traverse day few others all run through rapid fire, diversify twelve, Catalina cruiser eighteen MacKinnon MacKenzie MacKenzie. Excuse me at thunder, snow, both listed at twenty five. I think almost everyone you just you just listed. I would take interesting. Kinsey story on the work tap. I'm looking right now to see if he's been working. He has been. He's worked. He worked August, I August six, August twelfth, I would absolutely hop on MacKenzie. That's a very, very interesting one. Catalina cruisers. Interesting. Diversify might be a little bit low at twelve, but if he wins the jockey club Gold Cup and then comes comes into the race, he he could be considered dangerous and he probably can get down off the off the, you know, the Whitney win the, you know, and so forth..
"hoff" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"Can you gotta sign a toaster toasted is that what this about from eric from mifflin berg excited here baby buzi doing so well his bracket how did he make fix did he squeeze the finger the hof grandpa when he heard the team he wanted from steve the sycophant dr hoff my congratulations the buzi on his brilliant bracket before this week sixteen my entry in the tea cakes stack money show was in the spn's ninety six percent time i was brilliant after i was destroyed in one day my percentile is forty six with no further hope from me i root for buzi to win so a second favorite grandpa can confiscate all his winnings vo he's ville is a village within the town of new scotland in albany county okay that's upstate yes pack from stone in massachusetts as i started my wife's car the other day to take my baby daughter on the snooze crews i notice the obama to read one oh one zero one zero see attached image as you may know one oh one oh one was the buying in binary is the number forty two in real people numbers aka desma as you may not know forty two is also the answer to the ultimate question of life the universe and everything according to the hitchhiker's guide to the galaxy i thought this i know from forty to jackie robinson what i know in learning this i did with any moderately cosmic laware man would do i went out and bought a dozen doughnut holes and some mediocre coffee and santa parking garage while my daughter net from john and winston salem north carolina it sure is great to see the loyola ramblers displayed the renowned chicago savvy in their run to the final four i'm sitting the two starters from overland park kansas let the kansas state clicker it's all about yeah custer in the kid is dickinson robinson whatever's name is the the two guards creek.
"hoff" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Brain i'm sure i do really messy django unchained was one that sat with a bad way well just like sits with you and you can't you think about it a lot here's another one primal fear did that to me too i think of the movie that i think about a lot and i like obsessively watched it over and over into this day i'm not sure quite why at the time but the hours like i was obsessed with that movie is specifically julianne hoff's do naturally julianne moore's performance had a really outstanding wow why were we talking about okay another news kendall jenner getting some headlines today she's playing coy about her relationship with blake griffin and laughing off lesbian rumors she says i'm not gay lesbian rumors kendall jenner are there apparently not at our meetings anyway you know that grad sir gabrielle union says writing about her rape was therapeutic she says writing her book we're going to need more wine was therapeutic she says whether i was talking about sexual assault failed marriages are finding joy in my in being my authentic self whichever published a memoir yeah yeah i don't know if i lived on the published a memoir i don't think my memoir was i always think that like if it's involving your family tillered dead until like everyone's because you don't want like have those awkwardly family get togethers link hey chapter four that wasn't of family and you just don't talk about anything we need a caller thank you elizabeth we need a caller for a thirty second pop culture challenge six five one six four one one zero seven one thirty seconds five questions you could win a prize on my talk one zero seven one mytalk one zero seven one.
"hoff" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
"For the remaining hour is charles hoff garner is here with his lovely wife catherine and charles and i have been going bmw bmw stands for charles give wreck in my imagination it's bits mowing wide the trough now were were bmw ing about california just sharing an article with you ellie count county's homeless problem is worsening despite billions from tax measures in the article from the la times all about all the money that taxpayers has spent to build housing for homeless and they're shocked the more homeless people are coming here to get housing and now they run out of money for all the people were coming here if you want more if something just give it more money and more will show up you know being and property management i'm seeing people really squeeze especially if rents of being a size the air today and i see people's losing their grip and going homeless and it breaks my heart but tr expecting government who caused the housing crisis in the first part to be the person who ex earlier the entity they actually solves the problem is absolutely absurd they're they're going to spend ridiculous amounts per individual understand the giving hotel ver poachers for group of people there victim off the santa ana river by those costs at least one hundred dollars a night of food vouchers everything else again a through at this how long can they do there what does it really saw trough why are we working well give i know about your hotel room come on the out here well it's such a short term solution and i don't really know what the solution has some things that had vision a warehouse with cuts and food and other it took tour has i do have a good solution to this but the problem is it's going to get bigger and bigger and bigger executive e enough money in the world to throw at this thing way government doesn't michael hope this hours charles hoff garner garden charles i don't think people realize outside of california the fact that this is a supermajority democrat state they don't need a single republican vote in the senate or in these silly to do anything they wanna to know the.
"hoff" Discussed on The Chris Moyles Show on Radio X Podcast
"Six figures per episode so we were able to raise may be three almost a little over half of the of the budget so we came back to la and said let's see if we can raise the rest and we'll take it away from the big channels and put it on a smaller channel and so it and so we did and now where we lasted two hundred forty five episodes were in i don't know how many countries and it was a one number one watch show on the planet because we believe in the gut terrible reviews with the people kept it going they loved it all jokes aside right keep 'cause y'all grit you'll gray at being the hav i am playing the hoff but you've word you were an actor and like like most taxes he just wanted to work and you got lucky and i mean that in in the nicest sense of the word you've got lucky would not ride it kazak catapulted you to proper worldwide status but before that you are a jumping actor this is what you did so you've had a hell of a korea i was a waiter for two years and then i got only soap opera coronation street called young restless men are left that show because i said i don't wanna be almost so for the rest of my life and i was 28 now was moving to new york due to follow my dream to be musical comedy on because i thought that i could sing in our thought that that's what my calling was dry and then.