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"huddah" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"huddah" Discussed on AP News

"There was a brief of accusation of coastal homes until the risk of NAMI past. Had been no reports of serious damage along the western coast of Yamagata from the magnitude six point seven quake, minus see level changes would detected by several coastal cities. But the Sonam e warning has been lifted damage has been localized with stole floors listened with goods that had fallen off shelves and roofs of homes showing best bonds with tiles had shaken loose the businesses returning to normal in the area with trains, mostly running as usual, and electric city, who stole, it, two homes Huddah. The Japan's chief cabinet secretary has urged residents to be prepared for possible off the shocks. I'm Charleston with my. Government data shows after years of improvement. The nation's air quality is slipping the Ed Donahue reports just a few weeks ago. President Trump touted clean air. We have the cleanest air in the world in the United States has gotten better since I'm president data from the Environmental Protection Agency shows over the past two years. There were fifteen percent more polluted air days than just a few years earlier this comes as the Trump administration is expected to replace an Obama era rule designed to limit emissions from electric power plants. The president has been moving toward loosening, regulations, on coal fired power plants. The EPA quietly posted these new air quality numbers online last month and told the AP the increase in bad air days in two thousand seventeen was because of wildfires in the west, Ed Donahue, Washington, a shark attack that left a teenager from North Carolina's severely hurt, has gone viral and design entertainment editor Gabriel reports the story has the attention of would've Hollywood's. The biggest stars, there's been speculation that on breeding around superhero, the actor who plays I did then just a little when asked by the father of seventeen-year-old peach winter to follow.

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"huddah" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"huddah" Discussed on KOMO

"Feel refreshingly cool as you're stepping outside. But do keep the jacket with you overnight. Tempts bottom out in the low to upper fifties across western Washington. We'll be dealing with thickening clouds. And perhaps, even if few patches of low lying clouds and fog, clear skies, expected between John and noon. We will have an abundance of blue skies insent shine into Monday afternoon with highs in the mode of seventy s I'm meteorologist abbey county in the KOMO weather center. It's our auto expert on KOMO news. Here's more with Nick miles. Welcome back to the show. We've teased you with some really cool stuff on the show. I I'm excited about this because recently got a trip to Bahrain to dry, the Lamborghini, Huddah con on the F one track in Bahrain and from Lamborghini Allesandro has just finished being an F one race. And he's joining his own the phone to talk about the Lamma Guinea, Huddah con Coupet and the spider. So first of all, Sandra, how was the one race was a really good? Around engine costs and that, but for me England, and we, then you will have to say via cheap the little bit. An exciting full school Pence by so. Nation. So this is, you know, Lamborghini continues, the amplifying, everyday life, everybody when you brought out the Coupet it was pretty unbelievable. The Yvo told me, one thing driving around the track in Bahrain, and that is that there are many people in this well to drive better than I do. The car is a lot to handle. But coming out of those corners with that all wheel drive, the.

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"huddah" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"huddah" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

"He's obviously let it when he gets himself in trouble at the ladies like, I think he's out of this element. But he's likable. I feel like I'm getting instant Huddah vibes from him not quite in the same. Like southern way would just like he's there to compete. He also might get distracted by the ladies Arkansas, you that the the chronic comparison Could could could we're going. we're going. It's like his alternate upside. So has enough airtime enough storyline that could that could play out for them? Let's talk about JP. We don't have much from him. We know he's like clocked from law that the women as being a really hot guy. He was an excellent Brazil what I was able to dig up from him. He works as a model. He was crowned mister Brazil. He has a degree in engineering. He's going to try to keep an energy engineering. These going to try to keep like under the radar. And his buyer said that he is limited knowledge of the game. L O L who I have limited knowledge of the game who doesn't. Fair maybe limited is like much more than a lot of other people. So I guess that is what he has going for him. But we also should be fair. Every season changes so much that having no knowledge might be better. So interesting spot. I love that from Wednesday. When I could tell us it seems like his strategy is to keep is to like play on England Americans him to pretend like he can't really understand people. He's not really listening that I think is brilliant like to be people from the US integrating yourself into the US population here like in in the game with like US veterans to pretend like you can't understand them. When you really can is like amazing, but that's brilliant. I ship Istan JP. I'm here. It seems like few rookies with a girlfriend that he plans on staying with. So we'll see how that plays out form. I believe it when I see it. Let's talk about Josh. I know, you know, about Josh Josh winner of big brother nineteen classic. He's known for being very loud, slamming or pots and pans causing havoc having a bad Sandberg, which alluded to on the previous specials. So I never would have thought he'd be on the show just doesn't fit the bold. You think for like a big brother, a challenge me, Al competitor?.

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"huddah" Discussed on No Ego

No Ego

05:29 min | 1 year ago

"huddah" Discussed on No Ego

"In this episode of the no ego pipe cast. I get the opportunity to interview one of my favorite faculty. Members of all time fed less skin. He teaches the happiness class at Stanford University. And he and I get together we talk about choices that lead to happiness. We talk about grieving for giving. We even get into a conversation about venting. He takes it to a whole new level of sophistication in answer. That question is ever. Okay to Vantaa hope you enjoy listeners. Welcome to another episode of the no eagle podcasts as promised in series two. In those times. I can get personally connected to one of my great teachers. I will bring them to you in. So imagine I'm at Stanford and I'm getting to work with. Some leaders in their healthcare system and familiar voice is onstage. Right after me. And I love the message. It was brilliant. And then I realize that it was who I call duct to Fred, Fred, less skin. I couldn't believe that he was talking then. And now as talking to us so welcomed, Fred, I'm so happy to have you and. You have just wonderful credentials. I just want to mention some people know who you are mine you're seeing is that you're still the director at Stanford University of the forgiveness projects is that true. Wellness education, Stanford, I I've been working in modest ways throughout tra- twenty five years year. But. The we we think recently able to. Offered to undergraduate and graduate, swallow the campus wellness classes on meditation and compassion and emotional intelligence. And it's a wonderful addition to the the handy stuff that is taught here. In our our talk of while our talks were both helping with a conference that looked at resilience in ways in which people can ensure that they respond in ways that don't lead to burn out in the workplace, and one of the things I think you really drove home I loved it was just some of your understanding about happiness. And I remember when somebody I said to me that happiness was a choice in that suffering was optional it took me a while to understand that. But you do some wonderful working in happiness. And so are there any big secrets in the life hacks on Huddah had get happiness for pursuing it. And I like. Weasel wheedled away to be able to teach a happiness classed undergraduates about ten years ago. Says in terms of a human being. It's one of the most important decisions we make or don't make. The mine has a whole pint of setting which is at survival and problem solving and disaster prevention. But actual happiness is not a priority of our basic survival at all. And if we're not careful we go through a day very much in survival mode and then. Maybe just accumulative mode, but rarely in like happy mode and the cost of UCLA work enormous sum. It's shocking to me sometimes living here in Silicon Valley to see such wealthy. Successful educated. High-powered people looking so Aram looking so harried rushing everywhere. And it's not happy and. A waste of human potential. It really is a mess. It is interesting to me is I work in healthcare. Or just what these amazing brilliant leaders? Is. You can't you know, it's not about smartness. It's not about this external things that you have. Because whatever I accomplished today we'll be faded by tomorrow. I mean, it's just this really constant life of of letting go but happiness. Just really alludes people and yet. You think preach that you can it doesn't have to allude you. It has to become over one's life. Like the north star. You know, it has to be come your guy. For some people. It is some relief that seniors older. People are happier. By far the middle aged people. Some of the research suggests that the pretty young and the pretty old but the happiest among us..

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"huddah" Discussed on Babes and Babies

Babes and Babies

02:33 min | 1 year ago

"huddah" Discussed on Babes and Babies

"And I was like I bet he goes he is you have allergies. And I was like well like an allergy gluten he goes. Well, you know, they don't regulate. So I bet this has gluten in it. I was like no way. And then I went on the. Company's website. And it was like Huddah beauty. Have you heard of them and actually love their stuff? And I was like trying to find out trying to find out, and I never could figure out the if it did or not. But I was like because I was like originally I wanna buy conceal it. So good. And then I was like is this was hurting. Like body. Yes. Oh, feared really sensitive. Yeah. Like, some people aren't as sensitive with glue. Right. But there's those people that it will make them. So. Yeah. Even like motions. Like if it's not gluten free. It makes my skin even more dry. Yeah. Yeah. It doesn't nourish your system because your system sees gluten as toxin, right? And what's crazy is that like these other heavy metals for mouth behind these things are putting make up? They are already talks to everybody. Right. I mean. I mean, no one should beginning in their bloodstream, you go to like, a hormone doctor. They're going to put you on a gesture cream that you put on your wrist why? Because it's gonna get your rain. So if you're pinning lotion, lipstick, whatever on it's going into your skin. It's the largest organ of your body. We'll. Yeah. So I'm pretty passionate about it. So I am I am actually a beauty counter distributor. But I do use other makeup to it's not like, I'm like, oh my gosh. I think beauty counter has some of the best like foundations out there. Six and I will forever use their stuff. But I'm also like I want to support other companies is that one company that you're talking about. So there's a website called. I think it's the organic bunny calm, and she actually she's just like, but she has products. I think you can get on her page, but she has a foundation brush that I'm telling everyone about this because it is life changing. It's called the crunchy found face. I mean, I also we're not making any money off of advocating any of these things because I we all as women foundation is like the biggest like do. So. And so in my personal favorite from beauty counters called ten skin. They have a do skin one. That's like rural the stuff that. I bought you ten skin. But if you at ten skin on with your fingers, it's not going to you're going to waste a lot of product. And it's not gonna go on like a really flawless. It's going to be more like a BB cream or whatever. It's just not gonna give you the coverage you unless you have like perfect skin..

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"huddah" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

14:23 min | 1 year ago

"huddah" Discussed on KGO 810

"Eight hundred two nine nine seventy four hundred coast to coast AM cagey O a ton. We are back with Dr George Pratt has we talk about the rate of suicides in Huddah keep that at a much lower rate. What about other countries, George where do we fare compared to India? Russia, China, you know, I don't have statistics on that. But I would say. I think we have an obligation to help. People that are in distress. And just like some of the people that were even the fellow that was in the military with untreated PTSD. Yes. Yes. And we have an obligation to help restore people and to support them in terms of. Helping them to work through the problem. So that they can function and contribute and have full unhappy lives. Let's go to some of the calls again. Jeff in Adams mill Tennessee's with us. Jeff. Thanks for calling. Hi, Jeff, Joel great Jeffrey. Thank you. I'm not doing. Plays him out with a book or something or something along the lines. Back in November ninety seven. I'd say what's going on my dad passed away Jovan problems financial problems? Now, mom, my mother got left. You know, she's played out on. And. Oh, man. Twenty two. What did you do that? Jeff November ninety seven November ninety seven. You getting help with anybody right now. I can't get any help other than Quaco. Learned medicine or something. And I think. I can't. Focusing. I missed on bad bad shape. Now sister passed away at the age of forty bucks almost thirty years ago. Now, Jeffrey, I'm forty two forty two years old are you working nam disable, but I don't I don't desire to bay. But. Dominate ten months and this. It's hard to get by on as I know. It's tough. Are you living with your mother or? No. What does that look right now? If you if you could change something right now, what would that be? Pretentious. Back and forth. Dr. Friends. Do you have anybody a near you that could help with transportation because it sounds like you need some help right now. And and also you wanna get your medications straightened out because if you're taking a anti anxiety medication that those can also cause you to. Bad mixture, isn't it? You want the right medications, but you want not only the medication you need some help in some therapy. Do you have anything available through social security where you are? So that you could talk to somebody face to face to help you get through these things. Well, I bet quite tell what's the. Psychiatric doctor's office or whatever. Uh-huh. Delta them several times. Off them cold Turkey, and I think is really messed up to. And I think the twenty third it's catching up to me to and everything is crashing down. All at once. And. Do you have do you have friends or other relatives? So you can connect with any support base there. Jeff not much not really. I. You know, you want with some free books help you or anything like that. I hate to raid. But I like to. Expanded. I'm gonna put you on hold, and we're gonna get your address, and they'll get it to me and worship you some books and stuff. Okay. And do you have access to a computer? Jeff. Oh, I got. Internet on the phone. Doc in the Email you too. Yes, they they can through your website. Alright, Jeff if you go to coast to coast, AM dot com. Just look for the section that has tonight's guests. Click the name, Dr George Pratt. You'll get his website and send them an Email or two, but give Damian your your your your shipping address. And I'll get you some books. I'll personally send them out to you. And I will and I will send you something to remember. You can get that free. Download which is a deep relax ation, and that actually helps but I want you do you have do you have a church or friends? With in some way. My favorite preacher. And I don't know about congressman business. My best buy repeats bridge in the world. And he can't tell me to. John. Charge there. And he was praising God stuff. He jumped out since they were bridge. Oh my gosh. I'm just. Vice gotta move that cloud away from you Jeffrey in there. Can I want you to know? Are you receiving are you re cheating any resources? In terms of money or anything like that? Or any kind of medical hair? Disability the nine ten months. Okay. Cover can you go into a medical with that? Or is that is that the whole thing that medical, but? No. Many times. All right. Well, let's get his address. I'll get his address the dock, and let's hope he sends you an Email, and you can respond a little bit more respond, and I'll send you something to. Okay, great. Let's go next to someone named anonymous. They're calling themselves anonymous in Arizona. Hello there. Anonymous. Hello. Can you hear me? Yes. I sure can. Okay. First of all, I want to say that I feel like I'm treading on sacred ground on my behalf and on behalf of everybody who. Has committed or intent had the intent to commit suicide. My suicide attempt was last year. Oh, geez. Okay. I was a medical student attending medical school was on the army scholarship. My intent was to become a psychiatrist in the army or family practice, doc in the army. I had an autoimmune disease diagnosed in two thousand eleven in my first year medical school. And of course, the medical school was more than willing to take the army's money and just keep me going when it got to third year, and they got into my clinicals, and I was on immune suppressing drugs ended up getting a lot of people illnesses with that my pain ramped up in the painting ended up getting worse. It was. In autumn union flaming Matori arthritis, but they weren't show fair surfaced ankylosing spondylitis or something else. Anyhow. As time went by. Married, married. I have a daughter. My wife has let's actually I sent her. She had to have open heart surgery. We didn't have enough money to get it done here in the state. So I sent her back to Costa Rica where she was from because she had a insurance there, and she took my daughter with and because of my difficulties with my illness. She stayed in Costa Rica family, talked her into basically abducting my daughter and not coming back. Does she keep in touch with you at all? Yes. But it was it got to be so bad. And and when my daughter who's only two and a half years old wooden talk. My wife would just point the phone at the floor at the ceiling, and nothing, and it got to be so unbearable that it was making me more suicidal. So I couldn't call anymore. So the way I keep in touch with my daughters. I just write letters, and she'll know the truth when when I'm older if I make it that far, and but I wanna say a couple of things number one. The first important thing is that George Knapp did a show on Sunday. Not this past Sunday. But the Sunday before that on opioid crisis in that a lot of the numbers that are used to say that, you know, people who are prescribed opiates are the ones who are committing suicide. That's not true. Most of those numbers are had by people who are using street drugs. I will let you guys both know I've ever used the street drugs. Okay. I've never drunk alcohol. I've never smoked marijuana or taking any marijuana. I've never smoked a cigarette. I'm active member of the church of Jesus Christ latter-day saints. Yet with the support. That's there. I have one hundred thousand dollars of debt that I can't wrap my head around hell gonna get to paying that back. I don't work right now. Because I'm not dependable I wake up one morning, and I'm fine. The next morning, I'm sick to my stomach, and I have these cold sweats in student loan debt, you're talking about absolutely which can't discharge in bankruptcy. Not right. You know, George. When I decided to commit suicide after I tried to go. I was turned down for another job to teach seminary students the students like me, but I was turned down for the job. I when I was up when I found out I didn't get that job. I was hiking out of the Grand Canyon. I couldn't even hike because my body hurt so bad, and they said, well, if I can't hike and do something I love, I can't work. If I can't provide for my wife and my daughter, and they don't stand by me. I don't have anything to live for and I wasn't doing it. For me because I was getting sorry for myself. I was a burden to everybody around me. My father was going nuts. He couldn't he didn't want me at his house. I couldn't understand how a guy who was a seventeen time marathoner ended up getting sick. He he thought maybe I was confabulation. And I just felt that just so alone in such a burden to others that I said, I cannot live my life as a burden to others. When I whole purpose was to to help others to be that psychiatrists or people in the armies of family practice, doctor for people married to help others, and that couldn't wrap my head around being a burden, and I didn't want to be that bored. I couldn't I couldn't do that burden on my wife. And so I sat down every penny that I had to Costa Rica. I tried to commit suicide. I wasn't successful. I won't tell you how I did it. Because again, I feel like it's sacred. And it's my experience, it's not anybody else's. But. But it was not out of selfishness. It was I did everything I could to try to give every penny. I had that my wife my daughter and say, you know, what I just can't bird and other people anymore. I can't do this. Aren't you? Glad though that you did not succeed in doing that. Am I I don't know. Am I I'm not depressing that I want, and I'll tell you another thing. I am not depressed. Because when I feel good physically I go out and jog and try to do the things that I love to do what what kind of a very very very logical decision. And I don't want to be putting a box on one of these guys depressed. You know, what I know what depression doesn't know what it is? I know again from being the third year medical student. I know clinical medicine rather. Well. But you know, our my grad, George, no, I wouldn't make me glad not be a burden to be who. I was. And to be able to go out and help you on serve somebody. You'll get there again. Yeah. We don't give up. Well, you are very era. Very bright guy. He were trying to do the right thing. And you're trying to help your wife, and you have integrity, and you made her a priority, and they didn't and she didn't respond with that same degree of integrity that you have you want to help people. There's a path for you. You're a smart guy. And and you have a spiritual perspective. There are people that will help you. How's your health? Now your physical health. You know, a couple of months ago, I had a gun to my chest because I was in so much, physical pain and the pain management. Doctor says we don't have cancer. No, it couldn't say that. I didn't have large soda key me because I had some poor not cells. But they couldn't prove it from the pet scan Yukimi. So we're just we're looking up your payments. And I said I'm not looking for up. I'm looking for something that will help you get sleep through the night because what'll happen is I'll get two or three hours,.

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"huddah" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

14:05 min | 1 year ago

"huddah" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"We are back with Dr George Pratt. As we talk about the rate of suicides and Huddah keep that at a much lower rate. What about other countries, George where do we fare compared to India Russia China? You know, I don't have statistics on that. But I would say. I think we have an obligation to help. People that are in distress. And just like some of the people that were even the fellow that was in the military with untreated PTSD. Yes. Yes. And we have an obligation to help restore people and to support them in terms of. Helping them to work through the problem. So that they can function and contribute and have full unhappy lives. Let's go to some of the calls again. Jeff in Adams Ville Tennessee's with us. Hi, jeff. Thanks for calling. Hi, Jeff gun show with great Jeffrey. Thank you. I'm not doing. Matt. Or something or something online lines? Back in November ninety seven. I was going on my dad passed away. Drove one. Financial problems. Now, mom, my mother got left. You know, she's played out on it. And. Twenty two. When did you do that Jeff November ninety seven November ninety seven. Yeah. Getting help with anybody right now. I can't get any help other in Quinto. Learned medicine or something. And I think. Gimme gimme focusing. I missed on bad bad shape. Sister passed away at the age of forty back almost thirty years ago. Now, I will do you Geoffrey. I'm forty two forty two years old are you working nam disabled, but I don't I don't bay. But. John nine eighteen months and this. It's hard to get by on. I know it's tough. Are you living with your mother or? No. Look right now. If you could change something right now, what would that be of? Transportation. Backing vocals, doctor and my friends. Do you have anybody a near you could help? Healthy with transportation because it sounds like you need some help right now. And and then also you want to get your medication straightened out because if you're taking a anti-anxiety medication that those can also cause you to. This bad mixture, isn't it? Yeah. It's he wants the right medications. But you want not only the medication you need some help in some therapy. Do you have anything available through social security where you are? So that you could talk to somebody face to face to help you to get through these things. I've been a tell which is. Doctor's office or whatever. Tuck them several times. Cut off them cold Turkey, and I think is really messed up to. And I think the twenty third day it's catching up to me to and everything is crashing down. All at once. And. Do you have do you have friends or other relatives? So you can connect with any support base there. Jeff. Not much not really. I happen. No. With some free books help you or anything like that. I hate to read, but I like to. Well, I'm gonna put you on hold, and we're gonna get your address, and they'll get it to me and worship you some books and stuff. Okay. And do you have access to a computer? Jeff. Oh, I got. Internet on the phone. Okay. Doc in the Email you too. Yes, they can through your website. Alright, Jeff if you go to coast to coast, AM dot com. Just look for the section that has tonight's guests and click the name, Dr George Pratt. You'll get his website and send them an Email or two, but give Damian your your your your shipping address. And I'll get you some books. I'll personally send them out to you. And I will and I will send you something too. And remember you can get that free. Download which is a deep relax -ation, and that actually helps but I want you do you have do you have a church or friends? With in some way. My favorite. I don't know about business. My best favorite pizza place in the world. And I can't tell me too. I don't go that was going to church there. And he shortly after he was seven guys praising God and stuff jumped up since they river bridge. Oh my gosh. I'm just. And it's. Got to move that cloud away from your Jeffrey in there. To know. Are you receiving are you re saving any resources? And. In terms of money or anything like that? Or any kind of medical care? Disability the nine eighteen month. And okay. Cover can you go into a medical with that? Or is that is that the whole thing that medical with that? But. Doctors. All right. Well, let's get his address. I'll get his address dock, and let's hope he sends you an Email, and you can respond a little bit. How respond and I'll send you something to. Okay, great. Let's go next to. Someone named anonymous. They're calling themselves anonymous in Arizona. Hello there. Anonymous. Hello. Can you hear me? Yes. I sure can. Okay. First of all, I want to say that I feel like I'm treading on sacred ground on my behalf and on behalf of everybody who. Has committed or had the intent to commit suicide. My suicide attempt was last year. Oh, geez. Okay. I was a medical student attending medical school was on army scholarship. My intent was to become a psychiatrist in the army or family practice, doc in the army. I had an autoimmune disease in two thousand eleven in my first year medical school. And of course, the medical school was more than willing to take the army's money and just keep me going when it got to third year, and they got into my clinicals, and I was on immune suppressing drugs ended up getting a lot of people. Businesses with that, my pain ramped up and the pain ended up getting worse. It was. In auto immune inflammatory arthritis. They weren't show fair sherpas ankylosing spondylitis or something else. Anyhow. As time went by. I was married. I am married. I have a daughter. My wife has. Let's actually I sent her. She had to have open heart surgery. We didn't have enough money to get it done here in the state. So I sent her back to Costa Rica where she was from because she had a insurance there, and she took my daughter with and because of my difficulties with my illness, she stayed in Costa Rica? Hotter into basically abducting my daughter and not coming back. Does she keep in touch with you at all? Yes. But it was it got to be so bad. And and when my daughter who's only two and a half years old wouldn't talk. My wife would just point the phone at the floor at the ceiling and not say anything, and it got to be so unbearable that it was making me more suicidal. So I couldn't call anymore. So the way I keep in touch with my daughters. I just write letters, and she'll know the truth when when I'm older if I make it that far, and but I wanna say a couple of things number one. The first important thing is that George Knapp did a show on Sunday not this past Sunday. But the Sunday before that on. The opioid crisis in that a lot of the numbers that are used to say that, you know, people who are prescribed opiates are the ones who are committing suicide. That's not true. Most of those numbers are headed by people who are using street drugs. I will let you guys both know I've never used the street drugs. Okay. I've never drunk alcohol. I've never smoked marijuana or taking any marijuana. I've never smoked a cigarette. I'm a active member of the church of Jesus Christ latter-day saints yet with the support. That's there. I have one hundred thousand dollars of debt that I can't read my head around how we're gonna get to paying that back. I don't work right now. Because I'm not dependable I wake up one morning and I'm assigned the next morning. I'm sick to my stomach and I have these cold sweats in as a student loan debt. You're talking about absolutely which can't discharge in bankruptcy. Not right. You know, George. What I decided to commit suicide. It was after I tried to go. And I was turned down for another job to teach seminary students students like me, but I was turned down for the job. I when I was up when I found out I didn't get that job. I was hiking out of the Grand Canyon. I couldn't even hike because my body hurt so bad, and I said, well, if I can't hike and do something I love, I can't work. If I can't provide for my wife and my daughter, and they don't stand by me. I don't have anything to live for and I wasn't doing it. For me because I was Jim sorry for myself. I was a burden to everybody around me. And my father was going nuts. You couldn't he he didn't want me at his house. He couldn't understand how a guy who was a seventeen time marathoner ended up getting sick. He he thought maybe I was confabulation. And I just felt that just so alone in such a burden to others that I said, I cannot live my life as a burden to others. When I whole purpose was to be to help others to be that psychiatrists or people in the army's family practice, doctor for people married to help others, and I couldn't wrap my head around being a burden and I didn't want to be that. I couldn't I couldn't do that burden on my wife. And so I sent down every penny that I had to Costa Rica. I tried to commit suicide. I was unsuccessful. I won't tell. Hi, did it because again, I feel like it's sacred. And it's my experience, it's not anybody else's. But it was not out of selfishness. It was I did everything I could to try to give every penny. I had my wife my daughter and say, you know, what I just can't bird and other people anymore. I can't do this. Aren't you? Glad though that you did not succeed in doing that. Am I I don't know. Am I I'm not depressing? I want and I'll tell you another thing. I am not depressed. Because when I feel good physically I go out and jog and try to do the things that I love to do what what kind of a very very very logical decision. And I don't wanna be putting a box and all of this depressing. Doesn't know what I know what depression is. I know what he is. I know again from being a third year medical student. I know clinical medicine rather. Well. But, you know, am I glad George? No. Why wouldn't make me glad not be a burden to be who I wasn't able to go out and help you serve somebody. You know what you'll get there again? Yeah. We don't give up. Well, you are very era. Very bright guy. You were trying to do the right thing. And you're trying to help your wife, and you have integrity, and you made her a priority, and they didn't and she didn't respond with that same degree of integrity that you have you want to help people. There's a path for you. You're a smart guy. And and you have a spiritual perspective. There are people that will help you. How's your health? Now your physical health. You know, a couple of months ago, I had a gun to my chest because I was in so much, physical pain and the pain management. Doctor says we don't have cancer. No, it couldn't say that. I didn't have large showed me because I had some parental T-cells. But they couldn't prove it from the pet scan. They said you don't have Kimia. So we're just we're not going up your payments. And I said I'm not looking for up. I'm looking for something that will help you get sleep through the.

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"huddah" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"huddah" Discussed on KTRH

"Two nine nine seventy four hundred. We are back with Dr George Pratt. As we talk about the rate of suicides and Huddah keep that at a much lower rate. What about other countries, George where do we fare compared to India Russia China? You know, I don't have statistics on that. But I would say. I think we have an obligation to help. People that are in distress. And just like some of the people that were even the fellow that was in the military with untreated PTSD. Yes. Yes. And we have an obligation to help restore people and to support them in terms of. Having them to work through the problem. So that they can function and contribute and have full unhappy lives. Let's go to some of the calls again. Jeff in Adams Ville Tennessee's with us. I Jeff thanks for calling. Hi, Jeff yours. Great jeffrey. Thank you. With a book. Or something or? Ellen lines. I think November ninety seven. Race is going on my dad passed away. Drove in. Problems financial problems. Mom. My mother got left in. She's about. About. Twenty two. What did you do that Jeff November ninety seven November ninety seven and you are you getting help with anybody right now? I can't get any help than Quaco nerve medicine or something or not. Guinea's annex. I can't. Focuses. I'm this. I'm bad bad shape. Sister passed away at the age of forty but almost thirty years ago. Now, I will do you Geoffrey. I'm forty two forty two years old are you working nam disable? But I don't I don't. Nine.

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"huddah" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

Bulletproof Radio

04:09 min | 2 years ago

"huddah" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

"That's a better quality in less less price. Like, why would he ever choose? It doesn't make any sense. Of course, was the other one. So it's it's been quite the ride the first business. We, you know, my co-founder Nye said out we raise a bunch of money like talks about in. Ultimately, it didn't work the way that we had hoped mainly because customers don't wanna go through the reason why they wanna go to restrain hardware is they don't wanna go through all the choices in all the back and forth in all the nitty gritty of specifying what a bookshelf should look like or what a dining table should look like it's like too much. I think this is different because food is so sacred. And it's it's a religious experience of eating food is just like, you know, it's a ritual. It's like you. Go home, you're with your family. You put dinner down in front of in front of yourself and your kids in people. Just care so much about what they're consuming and what they're feeding their children. And I care so much about what I'm feeding my children, and this one just it it has felt right? From the beginning felt like is really my calling. And you know, what's crazy is getting on like the personal entrepreneur thing. So my mother collects cows. So growing up I had cows. And and end piggybanks her mother, her grandmother piggybanks. So I grew up in. I had so many cows around the house in and pigs, and you know, it's just funny. How allows like it was always there. It's just I didn't I didn't quite I didn't quite realize it. I'd like to tell people that when they're like honeycomb up with your ideas for companies like, you know, let me tell you how how I lived around all these cows. Unlike never never put it together took me, you know, thirty two years, but that went together so thirty thirty four years, whatever I did not know that and that is. Delirious. So it was it was right in front of you. Yeah. But I believe this has been a part bulletproof ugly something shifted where it used to be. We we wanted to just save money. So I'll buy the cheapest possible food that makes me feel full, and I found that that led me to be realistic. And I believe now people are actually grateful to pay a little bit more for a lot more quality whether it's furniture. Whether it's meet, whether it is food because they realized that that how they feel when you know, the the thing that holds a toilet paper doesn't fall off the wall when you just don't buy the cheapest possible junk and the internet has led on one hand explosion of the cheapest crappy nut by like, when's the last time you bought something that lasted more than eight years of almost any kind of consumer Packers goes as so I I am opposed to that. But I still don't know how to go online until I'm buying something haiku audit because the stickers. But when it come. To something. Like what you're doing? It with butcher vox. Here's all the stuff. That's in it. And you get the box of it, and you can tell when we need it. And you have all the steps. So I think that the internet is now I it was how do I get access all been cheap out, and and the sort of the distribution of of lower quality stuff, that's Huddah convenient. And now people are saying I've had enough of that. I don't wanna throw him here. I don't wanna eat industrial need. I don't want low quality, and I'm willing to pay slightly more. And if you can cut out some layers distribution and marketing and all that, and you can be connected with one level of separation away from a small farmer or artisan up. It's actually worth more because it feels better they'll end what you get is is noticeably better is that noticeable effectiveness in and I would challenge. Chump to listening to this. Try a Bush vox only eat grass fed meat for. Two weeks or a month? And just with you go out to eat. You're not eating at home. Just to have the salad. Don't put the industrial chicken on there..

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"huddah" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

The Daily Zeitgeist

03:18 min | 2 years ago

"huddah" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

"That is a question that I have about people who think they live in the matrix is it tends to be people like Allama. I just heard Matt, Damon, interviewed on the Bill Simmons podcast, and he was like, yeah, once goodwill hunting hit, and that's when I really started feeling like I lived in the matrix like just like things got so good that he's like that it's almost mathematically like, why would I be the one who has the best life in the world. Deserve or something. Yeah, yeah, basically weird survivor, survivor's guilt or Tarantino's talked about the fact that once you succeed, you immediately be have this like a counterfeit like complex where you're just think you're a fraud and wonder about unsuccessful people with imposter syndrome. That's that's what I'm thinking is struggling imposters. Right. Well, I'm thinking that the people who I hear arguing for the matrix thing are always successful people like your Eric land pairs. What? What was the movie along reasonably ovarian? Yeah, Valeria? Yes. It comes with being a movie star that you think I'm. I guess what I think comes down to is time. I am very thankful and privileged, I guess, for this job because it means I have time to really read all the books on it. Right to really get it. Right? Yeah. Because like to think about genuinely thinking that you live in a different reality and and actually understanding it just going, oh, yes, pulsa making see that right. Could be good, three, three big best time. Saleh's Booker kinda thing on the subject. Do you eat a lot on watts? Not that's. That's another another thinker who more like on the spiritual side of things sort of talks about like, how could we know what we're experiencing is Ryan anything like the MTA it takes you on these different realities, like reality maintenance, early, be the matrix where you live in a computer. It could very well be the fact that we all just home sapiens trying to make sense of this reality. What cats say will fly, say the, it's a different things. They see different waves of light and and stuff. I which saying the home savings can say, right. And so once we get to this next level of Eva homo day us, you know, because we're talking about me pretending to be paleoanthropologists yet weddings at weddings and stuff, right? We were exchanging wedding tactics like, I'm we're all home sapiens. And before that it was like Huddah began this and erectus and habilis you can all the way back, right? But home. Sapiens hasn't finished. It's not like, oh, without guys, we smashed evolution. We've got at least twelve years left with technology. Now we're able to upgrade ourselves. Super interesting. And once we can upgrade ourselves, maybe we'll start seeing more things. Start seeing sense more things like the matrix. You'll start seeing the shifts scroll down. Yes, they're definitely animals that can see colors that we can't even conceive of like our brain does not have those colors as possibilities. So. Thanks, dad. Everything shitty is just more colors. I can't see. All right. We're gonna. Take a quick break. Let you guys think about that. He right back..

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"huddah" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

03:18 min | 2 years ago

"huddah" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

"Ninety. Four ninety. One ninety. Six ninety six one two short subs or having their best offense of season in like what is that seventy years basically and the season is of course not over, but there are a lot of very good shortstops. I think we already knew we were in something of a shortstop golden era at least pensively and probably all around because they're all amazing. But this is just for the confirmation. It's not just American League shortstops everybody is doing well. Sure. League average, I bet if you just put this question to people, they would've thought, well, it was probably the time when a rod was random, no mar in Jeter in two Huddah. But that wasn't even like the previous high, let alone the all time. High rate. I mean, it was good, but not that great really know the shorts ups have been comfortably around ninety or ninety five for quite a while. But now just now they are taking off and I haven't checked in on catchers. That's another kind of specialty position, but catchers this season. Oh, okay. They're, they're bad. So that's normal. Yes. All right. Well, this is something that you brought up just recently. So this is a question from dunnigan who says, Jeff Pearlman written article at the ethnic about how bad a season Chris Davis is having. He took some heat in the comments section about how the article may have been mean-spirited. My question is, hypothetically, how bad would Chris Davis hefty or we can just say any player have to be before journalists stop writing about him completely. At some point, he would be so bad. There'd probably be an increase in how many people write about him. But at a certain point it would be too gli would it happened at a one hundred betting average a fifty batting average negative ten war as a writer. How do you balance doing your job versus not kicking a player while he's down? Okay. So we're talking to journalists, not blogs, right? Because blogs would just they would feast on a player's batting like, oh, seventy five, yes, I guess so I've been everyone would mention it, right? I, you know, I don't know what the journalist and. N- blog difference these days even is I don't know professional versus amateur, should we say? I don't know. I mean, people ever stopped writing about which which was the like Adam Dunn in twenty eleven. When he batted one fifty. Nine people were writing about an atom done all the way through to the end people writing about Chris Tillman last few years through to his end. So I don't. I I think there's a sweet spot where a player is very bad but still playing where I don't think I don't think there's a lower boundary. I think if somebody goes up there and he's allow he's just awful year Ray of nine and he's not only giving up one run per inning or if you're betting fifty or something. I don't think I don't think he would get to a point where no one writes because every writing so much of of being a writer is about finding the opportunity to write about something other people aren't covering, and you wouldn't be able to look Bassett. Every time you sort the leaderboards you'd be like, all right, should talk. This guy and try to figure out what's going on. The player wouldn't wanna talk probably, but you would still you'd have to write about it. You would have to write about the worst season in baseball history. Yeah. I mean, I think that tone with which she would approach it would change hopefully or or the way that you write it..

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"huddah" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"huddah" Discussed on KQED Radio

"He became a prize winning theater direct to spend six months in the future in london the royal shakespeare company all that but he never forgot his route and he sang to his people for his heart and just didn't sing but he was there working with them to struggle for this possibility of creating adjusts society without joan hotter the widow of chilean folksinger victor she spoke a few years ago with our colleagues at the bbc this week a judge in chile sentence former military officers to eighteen years in jail for the kidnapping and murder of victor huddah back in nineteen seventy three news headlines are a minute away here on the world coming up tonight on channel nine join us for america's biggest birthday party a capitol fourth with the beach boys jimmy buffett and hosts john stamos that's tonight at eight on.

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"huddah" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"huddah" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

"Spin rate arm speed fertile movement pitch framing things that are happening so attack your it along the y this is nerd humor humor but but we could we could move on i don't know if you wanted to say more about mark grant will give you that opportunity now i wanna ask him how he came up with this one actually is his permanent home run call but we'll wait for people to tell us and i wanna talk to stu schumer water about making that call brennan emma but i'm pretty sure that empires aren't really allowed to talk when they're active so also i have found out that it's very difficult to track down any sort of like media contact for the on fires union which has i think about it maybe not a coincidence maybe test insulate these people as much as possible speaking of empires talking i assume you size everyone has seen by now this video that has surfaced this week on twitter and now elsewhere from the two thousand sixteen game between the dodgers and the mets were noah syndergaard through behind chase utley he was retaliating for at least slide into rueben to huddah in the two thousand fifteen and i'll see s and syndergaard dejected somehow the recording of the empire's mike came to light and evidently it was just like secretly on youtube or something and it was found and put on twitter and so we get syndergaard audio we get terry collins screaming like a madman we get unpire tom hallion explaining why he objected syndergaard it's pretty insightful and obviously entertaining because we never really get to hear this sort of thing i've always been intrigued by what pires managers are saying in the screaming matches because you hear great baseball stories about how they're all kind of just you know doing it for show and they're not genuinely angry all the time and sometimes they're screaming ridiculous things at each other so when i was still at bp with the help of evan brunell did a couple articles of lip reading empire manager arguments and that was.

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"huddah" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"huddah" Discussed on WSB-AM

"There should be nothing at all although that's where my heart is either be talked into a regulation here or there but i simply don't see it as a good business model that you pay me for a service and then i deliberately give you bad service now i know there are some people who can only get one service when you only have one choice the answer is not automatically more government regulation the first thing your look into his how can we get more competition the answer might actually be more free marketing so you know there's last mile issue is a lot of things that are there are actually interesting with i would say about net neutrality is it's one of these weird things in america that we can't deal with because there's actually some good points made on both sides and in america now we don't know how to deal with something like that plus it's called net neutrality which is sounds good but i don't care about that anymore give me a story or two from studio b one let's get to the heart hitting news yes i another new star wars as outs old people seem to be excited meta there's some people who necessarily hold on i have to hit the star wars theme that there is a law that radio shows oh my that's it i've service nub service the man there yes thank him for cutting that so uh i would ellison had good there's a satirical star wars hashtag need to operate going around its from usa today and it's why and can skywalker could have never even become darth vader because while he was still a djeddai he was you know in the harassing while he was there hamid dolla oh i see so he should have been removed from the workplace never allowing him to get to the point where he wasn't our huddah island at point the whole film series would have not exist it hold on tim and who's i just saw your face he already i've already confused with net neutrality because he walked in here with a head full of this repeal is awful in them from some sense at of analysis.

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"huddah" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"huddah" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Of our bakers are gonna be um we have a demo booth mlb sharing some of their secrets on how to do some of their different i love that idea niks and things like what you can see the t rex you know ladies she's doing iraq's she saint she's teaching how to make a giant cookie you know what i mean and i think having uh the black dog just talking about holiday cooking and all that stuff it's kind of fun rhonda doing huddah like decorator cookies like an ugly sweater cookie uh slurred rarely oh hilly goal kit cool looking holiday cookies that they do i'm i'm not gonna lie i'm very obsessed just with decorated cookies i'm obsessed with them on instagram in particular like smell of these ugly sweater cookies are not seasons in detailed and beautiful is it like frosted and then they just do their own thing i've not say leglise runners their amazing that unity allow level of detail on a cookie with a piping bag my god there's also but this isn't just cookies let's be clear about that because there's people you know like i know that there you have a seminar about bread art making holiday breads yes through all clearly not just cookies yet so we're clans yeah yeah we have an all black dog brings in some of their ronnie different types of roni recipes yarmuth says let's it's everything that yang of making during the holiday season what are holiday brides is like hala holiday bread it yoder's eric this recall they're being like some type of stolen dolan gelatin and germanbred german fruitcake i mean let's just an alliance base of africa that's good it's good it's sheldon it's actually what freekick was i think originally supposed to be but then also just hino like i do like a gingerbread i don't just make ginger in cookies i do gingerbread and then a soak it with bourbon israel having a slice of that on a cookie trade to i mean like that's just as to me it just as worthy to give a little loaf of something with a tight up ribbon that's perfect a of a number of candy confectioners let's talk about that.

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"huddah" Discussed on Crash On My Couch

Crash On My Couch

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"huddah" Discussed on Crash On My Couch

"Whoa an all of a sudden now is half it's happening the reckoning duty this isn't even conspiracy this are we going to control for talking about this is happening do they're going to come for us to see now now kim kardashian is allegedly expecting a child with husband kanye west via a surrogate okay highly jenner is allegedly pregnant by travis scott we know that and gross and kluivert gnashing by tristan thompson i i'm a bear noise that kim cold uh dole said north because chore they should have just maintains the case oh do you think connie was gonna be down for that whoa so you say might closys kids and college kids a k now i don't think that well they should though it's already ruined though connie actually would have kept with it because he's got a k he would have fit the bill but i think he just didn't i think connie is kinda in charge of naming the kids it seems like well his kid yet but highly and chloe no no i know but i'm saying like it wasn't one of those things where like christian 'cause i'm sure you know christian her like walk into this little the delivery room after kim gave birth to her first child was like so is it going to be carson or christie and she was like bits it's going to be north is i krisztina really thieving it for the thing christine kodak should christie huddah christie's great oh god nuts kelly i show now.

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"huddah" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"huddah" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"And i am a great lawyer at manhattan's topped rougher this is a giant case and i i'm responsible for a man's freedom you've got to be passionate about defending the innocence we're talking about hundreds of people sitting in south korea batista bust out crease about justice you wins all bs and committed to risking everything our contemplate matches the blood on the myrtle whip you realize you're not very comforting doubt cbs saturday or stream it live or on demand any nancy coming deri i think it's time now dr communique woman on the laws we a lot to discuss i saw you paul after nights with the news radio 1030 back got linda in hey linda you next the nice i would dr jim mckiernan what's your question i can i dr jim lie question as i have a female cat and supposed to be an indoor cat but like the last year so you get sour watt and uh i i am but conservation land and there's a lot of animals around and like when he does get out is gonna like ten twenty hours so let's let's touch a question linda huddah we keep him indoors yet please so yes locked no yeah so the more a cat spends time outside the more they're gonna feel cavalier not to use dad's breed but you know the more they're going to go outside they're gonna feel good and like i can do this a lot of this bad stuff happens at night so you really wanna keep a minute night if you own a cat indoor catch live longer that said mike catt went out the backyard yes thus so this lightened why stores yet and i open the you know open at the screen but i has a watch on it and mike catt literally keeps jumping up until you give watch on so listen this is hard oh this is hard for you and so danja said you know keep the doors shut that's great that's number one but good luck rate by one of the tricks you can do will again you really what you want him indoors especially during the day put the food you don't leave food down all the time which is most cats gray's they go back and forth put food in a container will and.

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