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Fresh update on "jan" discussed on John and Ken

John and Ken

00:55 min | 15 hrs ago

Fresh update on "jan" discussed on John and Ken

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Pelosi Floats New Proposal for Bipartisan Jan. 6 Commission

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:25 sec | 1 d ago

Pelosi Floats New Proposal for Bipartisan Jan. 6 Commission

"Nancy Pelosi is renewing her push for a bipartisan commission to investigate the January 6th riot. Pelosi is floating a new proposal to Republicans that would evenly split the panel's membership between the two parties first A while back. She had proposed a commission that would have had four Republicans and seven Democrats. Will a person familiar with the revised proposal says it would create a commission similar to the panel that studied the 9 11 attacks.

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Some Jan. 6 Defendants Try to Use Journalism as Riot Defense

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:36 sec | 4 d ago

Some Jan. 6 Defendants Try to Use Journalism as Riot Defense

"Some people charged with storming the U. S Capitol in January. 6th are claiming they were only there to record history as journalists not to join a deadly insurrection. Experts say it's unlikely these defendants can mount a viable defense on First Amendment free speech grounds. But some seem intent on trying. Associated Press reviewed court records in nearly 400 federal cases and found at least eight defendants facing riot related charges who identify themselves as a journalist or a documentary filmmaker. Federal authorities concluded the suspects crossed the line between passively observing and actively participating in the attack.

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U.S.'s John Kerry in China for Talks Ahead of Climate Summit

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | Last week

U.S.'s John Kerry in China for Talks Ahead of Climate Summit

"U. S. climate envoy John Kerry is in talks in China ahead of president Joe Biden's climate summit of world leaders China's minister of ecology and environment said the discussions in Shanghai running through Saturday aimed to boost cooperation on climate change and exchange views on the U. and climate change conference known as cop twenty six to be held in Scotland in November a brief statement from the ministry said Kerry would be meeting with China's top climate negotiator fellow veteran diplomat said Jan one the U. S. and China are the world's biggest carbon emitters and both have set targets to become carbon neutral in coming decades although China state the date of twenty sixty has been described as not ambitious enough I'm sorry I shockingly

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US Capitol Police Watchdog to Testify on Jan 6 Failures

Red Eye Radio

00:20 sec | Last week

US Capitol Police Watchdog to Testify on Jan 6 Failures

"The inspector general for the U. S. Capitol Police will testify to a congressional committee Thursday about the agency's broad failures during the January 6th riot of the capital, including missed intelligence and outdated weapons that officers didn't feel comfortable using the Justice Department has decided against charging the Capitol police officer Fatally shot a protester inside the

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Navajo Nation issues weekend stay-at-home order

Jan D'Atri Show

00:47 sec | Last week

Navajo Nation issues weekend stay-at-home order

"The Navajo Nation requiring the tribe's reservation to once again. Stay put and social distance tribal government issued a shelter in place order as cases continue to increase. Despite vaccinations increasing around the country. The pandemic is keeping its grip several states, including Michigan, dealing with the surgeon cases. This weekend, the Navajo nation issuing a stay at home order for the tribe's reservation, located in parts of New Mexico, Utah and Arizona. That order announced after more than two dozen New cove in 19 cases were confirmed, along with the first case of the more contagious variant, first identified in California coronavirus cases top 30,000 on the reservation more than 170,000 live within the boundaries. Shell, France and

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"jan" Discussed on H-sana

H-sana

04:34 min | 2 weeks ago

"jan" Discussed on H-sana

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"jan" Discussed on H-sana

H-sana

04:52 min | 2 weeks ago

"jan" Discussed on H-sana

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"jan" Discussed on H-sana

H-sana

05:32 min | 2 weeks ago

"jan" Discussed on H-sana

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"jan" Discussed on H-sana

H-sana

05:43 min | 2 weeks ago

"jan" Discussed on H-sana

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"jan" Discussed on H-sana

H-sana

05:02 min | 2 weeks ago

"jan" Discussed on H-sana

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Beer (MM #3664)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 weeks ago

Beer (MM #3664)

"The with kevin mason show called jan the other day on hulu jann arden. Is canadian singer. Songwriter who has her own tv. Show on the cbc as well as on hulu and they were camping out and having powdered beer. And i thought well that's a silly thing to talk about. So i looked up powdered bureau online and found out. It was real all these years. I've been on this earth. I'd never heard of nor have. I tried powdered beer. I realized it's not something for me. I don't drink beer anymore and haven't had one in years. I was like that's kind of and found out it's a thing that's been around for a long time and for those who camping. Who can't keep beer cold or can't keep beer nearby. Powdered beer may be the answer. Who knew it's kind of strange to think about and there's a part of me that wants to try it just to be able to say i've tried it now. I have a lot of friends who love to camp love to drink beer. But i've never heard them talk about. It wasn't a thing back. When i used to camp back in the day so i'm wondering how long it's been around and why go this way my mind is blown and now i'm wondering what other things i've been missing throughout the years that you would think i would have known.

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Beer (MM #3664)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 weeks ago

Beer (MM #3664)

"The with kevin mason show called jan the other day on hulu jann arden. Is canadian singer. Songwriter who has her own tv. Show on the cbc as well as on hulu and they were camping out and having powdered beer. And i thought well that's a silly thing to talk about. So i looked up powdered bureau online and found out. It was real all these years. I've been on this earth. I'd never heard of nor have. I tried powdered beer. I realized it's not something for me. I don't drink beer anymore and haven't had one in years. I was like that's kind of and found out it's a thing that's been around for a long time and for those who camping. Who can't keep beer cold or can't keep beer nearby. Powdered beer may be the answer. Who knew it's kind of strange to think about and there's a part of me that wants to try it just to be able to say i've tried it now. I have a lot of friends who love to camp love to drink beer. But i've never heard them talk about. It wasn't a thing back. When i used to camp back in the day so i'm wondering how long it's been around and why go this way my mind is blown and now i'm wondering what other things i've been missing throughout the years that you would think i would have known.

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Capitol Police sue Trump over role in Jan. 6 riot

Charlie Parker

00:23 sec | 3 weeks ago

Capitol Police sue Trump over role in Jan. 6 riot

"U. S. Capitol police officers are suing former president Trump over the storming of the Capitol building, according to court documents, Officers James blasting Game and Sydney him be, say Trump is responsible for the physical and emotional injuries they received following the violent riots. They point to a December tweet in which Trump announced a big protest that he promised would be wild. Both officers were hurt as protesters mob the building.

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2 Capitol Police officers sue Trump for physical and emotional injuries from Jan. 6 riot

News, Traffic and Weather

00:27 sec | 3 weeks ago

2 Capitol Police officers sue Trump for physical and emotional injuries from Jan. 6 riot

"I'm Richard can sue to U. S. Capitol Police officers are suing Donald Trump in connection with the January 6th insurrection. The officers lawsuit says Trump's call for a wild protest made violence. Foreseeable and police suffered serious mental distress and physical injuries. They argued. Trump escaped removal from office because senators knew a civil suit was possible. ABC News Legal analyst Royal Oaks the officers 1 $375,000

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Chief product officer Jana Henning on Athletas rapid retail expansion

The Glossy Podcast

01:47 min | 3 weeks ago

Chief product officer Jana Henning on Athletas rapid retail expansion

"I sit down with shana henning. Chief product officer at f- leda. According to gaps latest earnings athletic topped one billion dollars in sales in twenty twenty and it has plans to open twenty to thirty stores this year. I wanted to ask jan out all about what's driving the brands a great momentum including what it takes to in shoppers in the increasingly competitive active wear market. Welcome janna jill. How are you nice to be here so glad you're here. What are your you've had while we those are some great numbers. Oh yeah you know. I mean this year. Twenty twenty twenty nine hundred twenty twenty one. Twenty twenty was quite a blockbuster year for us. You know it was a roller coaster. And i think we've all had to learn and adapt a really in ever changing world around us atlanta credit our success this year. We're really focused on listening to our teams and listening customer. You know we really put them at the center of everything we do. So i think that that that's been good for business. I know you've made some changes Last year in terms of sizing. Which i want to get into as well but some other adjustments but what would you say prior to twenty twenty prior to march of two thousand twenty. Where were you that. Maybe you were primed for success. Maybe you were in a good place. you had stability. you had profitability. Whatever you wanna say what. Why were you in a good place going in. I mean. I think the the athletic business did come from a very strong place going into co ed and i think a big part of it is our overall product mix and our brand values they really resonate with the who our customer is kind of. What's happening in the zeitgeist right

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Dallas-area man arrested in relation to Jan. 6 Washington, DC riots

WBAP Morning News

00:43 sec | 3 weeks ago

Dallas-area man arrested in relation to Jan. 6 Washington, DC riots

"Carrollton Man is the most recent North Texan to be charged for an alleged involvement in the January six breach of the U. S Capitol building. Warning to the FBI David Lee Judd is charged with civil disorder and evading officers. FBI Special Agent Matthew Discern, No says the Dallas office expects to make more arrests related to that riot. We are investigating the crimes that as we collect evidence about what specific federal crimes were violated, clearly, in addition to that, we're looking for funding or other mitigating things like flex cuffs and bear spray. Don't judge. The rest was the 20th made by the FBI's Dallas office investigation in January six.

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Biden eyes new goal after US clears 100M shots since Jan. 20

Pacifica Evening News

00:44 sec | Last month

Biden eyes new goal after US clears 100M shots since Jan. 20

"States today cleared President Joe Biden's goal of injecting 100 million coronavirus shots more than a month before his target date of his 1/100 Day in office. The nation's now administering about 2.5 million shots a day by new promise to set a new goal for vaccinations next week tease the possibility of setting a $200 million dose goal by his 1/100 Day in office. He told reporters today that we may be able to double it. His comments came as the U. S. Is on a pace to have enough of the three currently authorized vaccines to cover the entire adult population just 10 weeks from now.

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FBI releases videos of 'most egregious' assaults on officers at Capitol riot

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

03:56 min | Last month

FBI releases videos of 'most egregious' assaults on officers at Capitol riot

"Today. The f. b. i. Released new videos of what officials called ten of the most violent but still unidentified suspects in the january six attack on the capital quote. The fbi is asking for the public's help in identifying ten individuals suspected of being involved in some of the most violent attacks on officers who are protecting the us capital and our democratic process on january sixth these individuals are seen on video committing agreed crimes against those who have devoted their lives to protecting the american people. Now i want to warn you that some of the video that the fbi released today shows graphic attacks on police officers in one video. A suspect is seen using what appears to be a tree branch to strike at officers. Were trying to prevent the crowd from entering the capital in another video. A suspect wearing a blue mask is seen hitting the face. Bask of an officer at one of the entrances of the capitol and trying to remove the officers gas masks. Another video shows a suspect wearing a dark blue jacket with a walking up the stairs. A that overlook an area occupied by police officers at that time. The suspect is seen spraying something onto the officers and then walking away in another video a suspect wearing a gray and white striped shirt repeatedly thrusts some kind of long stick at police officers and another video shows the suspect wearing a black hoodie punching a capital police officer in the face. The fbi has arrested more than three hundred people who took part in the riot at the capital of those more than sixty five were arrested for assaulting law enforcement officers. But the fbi's work is far from over and bringing the trump mob to justice yesterday the f. b. i. arrested for prominent members of the so-called self-described proud boys. No one's ever known what they're proud of for their involvement in the attack on the capital. According to the new york times quote in the indictment prosecutors accused charles donohoe of proud boy boys leader from north carolina and zack rail. The president of the group's chapter in philadelphia of conspiring to interfere with law enforcement officers at the capitol and obstruct the certification of president biden's electoral victory to other high ranking. Proud boys who were already facing similar charges. Ethan nordine of washington and joseph biggs of florida were also implicated as part of the conspiracy with this new conspiracy. Indictment prosecutors have now brought charges against a total of thirteen people identified in court papers as members of the so-called proud boys and a new us intelligence report shows. Domestic terrorism continues to pose a major threat to the united states. According to a joint assessment from the office of the director of national intelligence the department of justice and the department of homeland security quote newer socio political developments such as narratives of fraud in the recent general election. The emboldening impact of the violent breach of the us capital conditions related to the covid nineteen pandemic and conspiracy theories promoting violence will almost certainly spur some domestic violent extremists to try to engage in violence. This year

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UC Los Angeles Beats Michigan State 86-80 In OT In First Four Game

Get Up!

01:28 min | Last month

UC Los Angeles Beats Michigan State 86-80 In OT In First Four Game

"Let me get you to the game of the night. The ncwa tournament is upon us. And what a game. We had last night between michigan state and ucla. I don't call it. A play in game is a good team was a great game sport. Thirteen with time winding down in the first half. And somehow i may hawk has junior. Gets that open for that shot and tom. Izzo thinks it's gay browns fault and he is letting them know it and they're going added a going into the tunnel and so we got emotions. Running high in michigan state. Had an eleven point lead by as many as fourteen in this game but with under forty seconds left. Ucla within three. That's hockey has again. He misses the free throw. But he's gonna wind up getting back right about here. He goes close but free throw ties the game at seventy seven in the final. Half minute again. this is a game. They were down by fourteen. Sports would miss. Ucla a chance to win three one for the game. It's no good so to overtime. They go and the old team would belong to the bruins up three with under a minute. Cody riley with the jan michigan. State cannot believe it all away. Ucla wins at eighty six to eighty. They advanced they will play the succeed. Byu tomorrow ucla. Joining norfolk state and rake and texas southern. As the first four wins yesterday said they moved into the sixty four team bracket again. It's the bruins against. Byu drake will take on usc norfolk in texas southern. We'll take on one seeds. Gonzaga and michigan. Could they pull off huge upset. We shall see.

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How The Automotive Aftermarket DELIVERS Products, Services And Profits

Talking Automotive

07:59 min | Last month

How The Automotive Aftermarket DELIVERS Products, Services And Profits

"Thanks very much for joining us today. Stretch had scraped to have opportunity to speak to you of awkward is so fascinating such huge potential and play such a big part of the industry. Maybe just to kick us off. Can you tell us about just quantify the size of off democracy part of the industry yes show And i think people are often surprised. Particularly the general public are often surprised at the the the size and the depth and breadth of the industry like caught neither the neck older adults together with selling from apple dala dams bathing street. That the entire off the knocker which includes the cockney dealerships and collision repair and styling Tar industries rancid. He fought being almost parameters. Sounds a part of the sector while that's that's not just independent off. 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Employee's the the ivory laugh mac and again asking sad around fifty thousand level. Let's hall because he's the the off repair and service channel employs about two hundred fifty thousand people and west. Night is something like twenty five. Thirty thousand independent workshops nationally. It's hard to get accurate data on that with the recently it's it's an either twenty thousand businesses in the majority of is they're actually family. I am businesses whether they be singled sought at jobs garage. Talk business will rat. A lot of the groups are actually on a franchise grows. They are independent groups that that branch with a particular gory. grosses osu's ira examples of outside the majority of the of the workshops so we say try asmal family owned businesses. And when you look at the as far as the fool drawback censoring crush crush crush. Repair is getting bigger or is it with crush of that was saying with new cows and the young the refreshing of all the safety features in cows that impacted the crash industry. I'll set the we. We represent the quin repair industry. We do we run. A major tried show to aftermarket kushner barracks by side. We have what. I saw it in collision vision of that So we do have putting guys with the industry but we've done rapper face to Representative on a follow pretty closely at what size that that industry has has contracted intensive admiral volumes. It's also significantly consolidated in in rice is you've saying imagine of. Im which is a listed company that has bought a number of individual businesses. Biddle saving proprietor and number of china. And so on. I recently acquired Agra from from san Grindings were imagine via so this is being consolidation and action in the market. I think vehicles more intelligent nasa rathers. There's a lot more assistance vehicle says this at by nature less accidents but but when that happened they they more expensive because a lot of the vehicle needs to be replaced in is level stat. Street rod off now. Because you're just check the Body vehicle repair equally win. Eight deployed Some of the crash signs in front of equal bang man found been impacted on buddy accident site. Yeah look at than expected and also questioned the nfl's onto the service side of things so with the into twenty four thousand small independent family businesses has have you seen consolidation in that area where there's more of the chinese coming through in the aftermarket facility following enough that the spent a lot of predictions about the the the the made bore consolidation specialization and and probably contraction in that market. But i'll be honest we we haven't signed it in the ibs In in recent use it have been workshops are guys but then sprung up to fill the place the iro It's the number of riches. Vehicles has been growing bat to it's probably type. It all forbid now. I would say racing numbers of utah styles of who've had about a year and a half of being impacted economic factors Factors so that would slow. It slightly was saying now going in a secondhand vehicle process iago unanswered for vehicles with revenue secondhand from from australians using crisis about to present her view multiply that across the flight which has been on and million registered vehicles. That's an increase of three thousand vehicles The admiral ladies growing and that some driving the man at work out which means that the the network pretty well is staying about the same size. We are saying more retrained with a pure independent joining an organized group. Now it's i think to be increasingly more difficult for a standalone model independent repair to run. Survival guide vote. We know the technology on vehicles now the proliferation of different brands of big bang so in the try market the naval at diagnostic equipment and technology. And you shop. Silence iowa on what the bankruptcy stories is. Give them business support Business brand Business sam but also a lot of technical training systems beckons systems. The end zone in there. I will to provide access to diagnostic repair services in in any information at at reduce prices cooperative. Buying and sound side. There's a lot of benefit seem. Tonight's correct side we we see greg grind but is not raising why want still be lies independent businesses that just powder that at logic bankrate thing. We will stop. Say it's inevitable is we will start saving more specialized i should

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Two charged in assault on police officer Brian D. Sicknick, who died after Jan. 6 Capitol riot

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

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Two charged in assault on police officer Brian D. Sicknick, who died after Jan. 6 Capitol riot

"You man have been charged with assaulting Capitol police Officer Brian Sickening who died the day after the insurrection. ABC chief Justice correspondent Pierre Thomas federal prosecutors charging 32 year old Julian cater of Pennsylvania. And 39 year old George 10 EOS of West Virginia with assaulting, sickening, accusing the men of using toxic chemicals possibly bear spray on sick Nick and

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Bradford couple face charges connected to Jan. 6 Capitol riot

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Bradford couple face charges connected to Jan. 6 Capitol riot

"More arrests in the Capitol Hill riot in early January. These two are from Southwest Ohio. Dark county couple has been arrested at a home near Bradford for their alleged roles in the D. C January capital riot Brandon James Miller and his wife, Stephanie Miller. Appeared in federal court today. He's facing charges for entering the capital. If convicted, he faces up to a year and a half in prison. Stephanie Miller is facing the same charge. Both were released on conditions including no travel out of the Southern District of Ohio unless traveling to court proceedings in

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Congress adopts $1.9 trillion stimulus package

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

04:22 min | Last month

Congress adopts $1.9 trillion stimulus package

"Will listen. I already love you. And now i just i want to kiss you and hug you and squeeze you over the covid relief bill because it really is as joe biden would say a b. Fd right. i mean it is the biggest progressive piece of legislation. Maybe ever right. Well they're saying maybe since the days of lyndon b johnson When so many of our fundamental bills were signed into into law but That's a long time ago on generations. Nerve law have passed. Since since then. And i so excited. And so proud and let your. He's only there in cresent for like a month and a half. I arkle yeah. That's operation warp speed. Yeah i mean honestly the number of vaccinations. Just the i think the amount of hope people are finally feeling. I mean and also just the contrast you said while the gop lear was reading dr seuss. Democrats passed a one point. Nine trillion dollar stimulus bill that will cut child poverty in half and deliver urgently-needed relief on it. Just it's sort of extraordinary that they that not one. Republican voted for a bill. That has you know a in a pandemic that killed five hundred. What twenty five thousand. Americans are more than that. I isn't it the politics over just completely eliminates me. I understand the only grace words. A partisan issue is in the congress. It sow because out in the world In our world The seventy five percent sometimes more in bowling. What this spill need this. Bill appreciated an. It's it's really a sea change in the interpretation of what government means. I think we have passed point. Were you know Government is the problem not the solution. People are looking to cover now and they're gonna get it. Joe biden said help is on the way. And it's it's coming. Yeah vote on this. It's going to be great. You'll think we're in the middle of watching well. My dad's party. I mean won a major party in america. Just commit suicide. I just i mean this. Bill has eighty three percent. I believe last poll. I saw public approval rating on. I mean they're they're hanging onto donald trump who helped them lose the white house the house and the senate who is actively telling people send money to me not to the republican party. I mean what do you make of. What's happened to your colleague here republican colleagues. How do they go home. And they say well yes. I voted against sending you that chuck. I voted against extending unemployment insurance. No your kids are not going to get that tax credit that's a alleviate poverty and we don't want to put food on your table and so we voted. No i i. i don't. I don't know what the you know. The message can possibly be well. As you tweeted representative he said as americans suffer and demand Relief and systemic change republicans across the country of united to suppress the boat. It's disgusting. We must pass the john. Lewis voting rights act. I keep saying. I only anything else matters unless we passed that because these bills are just. They dropped any pretense of voter fraud. They are just absolutely trying to stop. Cut the amount of people that can vote right cutting rolling voting to try to get away with vote by mail. Trying i mean i. I can't even keep up with all the techniques right georgia. They thought well you know that. Sunday voting where black people how souls to the polls that lets them vote. That brings out the vote mark. So let's just get rid of sunday voting. It's so blatant racism The is just shocking really. They don't care though they're shameless. they're totally shameless. Do what they think. They have to do to pick their own voters to limit people's right to vote. It's

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"jan" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

The My Future Business™ Show

08:19 min | 3 months ago

"jan" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

"What should they do to push. Through those times. I sink You have to recognize the traditional business. Planning is now alive the window and we will use to to to massive great plans for bank with a plan next ten years. And you can't do any more. You might have tenure vision of what you'd like to impact on the wall but it's not the same as business clown but goes thanks to changing forty. I uni so. I think you've got to be hugely hugely adoptable. You've got to be hugely. Supports zero people because they need it and that means you coughed yourself. I think those have been my top story tips weather given to forgetting looking after ourselves. No ya not so important because we can't support l. to people in awe small businesses in less actually which i can. Yeah that's great insight. Thank you for sharing again now. I'd love to talk about going back to motivation. What might evaded you to write. This book is wonderful. Code scale for success. Where did this come from. Well it came from a thought. Is that a a mixture of facts. How hot of fact that. I've been writing towards the end of years august in business and i should just say here that i had this business which phenomenally well for quite some time and then are trying to take it to the next league up to way you go from a couple of multimillions while i was up write-offs ten million. I wouldn't do it on my goodness odd. Bang my head against the wall. Yeah i don t but popey niro unconscious with existing so so yeah i know all about pitfalls of trying to treat ground on scalable business and so when i retired and stars to take things easier a tonight ownership beyond missed reaching because i'd been rising for business publication over here called real business and see our kept slosh to sink of. Actually you can want i. If you're familiar about the to us actually book about the dunk. Jews on multo for i summarize. She thinks he is cheek or not. And i don't know actually you know it does help. People hearing about unite the failures but we will make the massive coaxed to point to fund upon. You know which we all do along the way and that's one of the great ways of learning if you can be a candidate about letting and you put that together with the expert voices. Which which are. I accumulated to pass on land knowledge in the book on. Hopefully you've got something really useful to people who are struggling or a wanting to build a business and not struggling for all the way they want to push on. Hopefully they'll find inspiration on they'll find useful knowledge mostly from people who contributed. But maybe a little me as well absolutely for sure. I wonder there's a couple of questions at streaming addict is i guess. Plus pass has kind of compensation. I'm wondering if you can share with us. Have you get access to all these wonderful entrepreneurs. Well i had. I had a few re from a high gross crop olives in in london. Savannah's starting point. And when i started voicing i got involved with the project. Unrealized by two south way through our casts unites. The what was it you know. I had no clue publishing self publishing on so over christmas before christmas just before i sent off to blame for it because space look to trim publisher unite here. It's harry potter or on your legacy. And so at least talking alana bit more god if i ever hear from him again on this this is why aren't being sites enclave unit because before new year hit i ryan sip. Would you like to come in from meeting. Saw off my wen- thanking me. This is an experience allowed missiles. Voss getting this fall for unite to actually go to their offices and everything else but Yeah sabres as sabas pretty amazing but the universe that is as punishes tend to me quite all i cared. But we'd like few changes. On one of the challenges fe one wanted was set for it to be more of a global thing because of course the shot that books published books in australia and the us smell. Well said that meant little may not hurt. Off-line anybody time to approach people with you and you. Us signed please to me. So i had to. I had paul. It was lucky. I had some sales skills i think because it was almost a telephone. Sales jumped get pasta gatekeeper. Sipe please to meet wonderful when you speak to entrepreneurs. I wonder jan. He's their guess at common thread. What's i guess. What some of the common things that you hear above everything else was interesting putting it together at the end and looking at odds al sham. They they did. You have distinct kamala jisr about that views Fair approach to business and everything else i saw. I saw lots of things so it saw a chest since probably might day when i was socializing Guard pave of four or five years in between this big towards purpose driven businesses which is lovely Said about something. I find it which which have off since nine from backup proper proper serious research now because i looked into it for an article that A lot of entrepreneurs really high proportion of entrepreneurs have some sort of trauma in childhood I'm not saying you know. Major major major major nostra's on his. But oh have something that big of physically or mentally or money wise with their parents. Or whatever the sats simona road to thinking you know. I can't survive this. I can do it. I will do it my way you know. I will push on and while that doesn't apply to all of you are talking about a noticeable amount which is quite interesting. I think that is very very interesting for sure. I wonder he's is everybody born and entrepreneur that you've spoken with anyone natural. Yeah goodness. I i tend to go with nature because sink or could it be nature top top with something in childhood pops I think i think you have to be so very focused on site very determined to want to party. And you'll hear people saying well. I'm starting a business. And i'm an entrepreneur when really just dabbling and an instagram account or something on the side or which which is a great skill. One on giant ha. How but. But it's not what i would necessarily call him on a And or the they just think that being an entrepreneur means second. Be rich tomorrow. And you're not gonna make it. That's not what it's by it..

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"jan" Discussed on Everything Happens with Kate Bowler

Everything Happens with Kate Bowler

08:14 min | 6 months ago

"jan" Discussed on Everything Happens with Kate Bowler

"Social media. You'd assume that blessed are the ones with gorgeous families and matching Shambhu outfits open style floor plans or easy beach vacations where no one could possibly end up throwing sand. But Jesus had other things in mind. He said things like blessed are the week. Blessed are the vulnerable blessed? Are The grieving? What if blast isn't exactly what our culture thinks it is. What if a blessing something a bit more mysterious a bit more comforting. And what if blessing could be an act of stubborn hope? Today, I'm speaking with someone who believes in the mystery of blessing. The Reverend Jan Richardson is an artist writer and ordained minister in the United Methodist Church. She serves as director of the Wellspring Studio and leads retreats and conferences. She often collaborated with her husband, the singer Songwriter Garrison Dole's until his sudden death in two thousand thirteen. Jan is the author of circle of Grace Sparrow and the cure for sorrow, which is honestly one of my very favorite books to give people going through hard times seriously if you won't like a beautiful nonglossy book to give someone in pain, take a look. The Cure for sorrow is just transcendent and I feel so grateful to be speaking with the author today if you like I've been looking forward to this forever Jan Hello, Hello Kate I have been looking forward to the so much. Thank you. I'm so glad and grateful to be. In conversation together with you today and so grateful for your words about blessing also grateful for the way that you invite people. Into conversations that are both hard and joyous, and that in itself is a blessing have been looking forward to what I have been anticipating. We'll be a hard enjoy us. Other with you and I'm glad to begin that space. Thank you, pigs. I've always thought of you is having just a shared. Brain with me about my obsession with blessing, as you know, my background is in this history of the Prosperity Gospel which has this very. Aggressive definition. What blessing supposed to be you pray hard you believe hard God is going to give you health and wealth and happiness. But then you know we're we're in this culture permeated by by Hashtag blessed as this display of unexpected but completely deserved gifts like new car Hashtag last Kenya Body. Right so Many years ago you began crafting different kind of blessing. But how does your understanding with blessing contrast with this? Hashtag. Blessed world. Yes. I'm so familiar with the ways and certainly have experienced the ways in our culture that you you described so well that you are late so while Hashtag blessed. Dynamic the that so many people treat as a way of somehow keeping score that blessings are obe away of keeping tally of just precisely how benevolent guy is toward and just TELMEX Jesus likes us and how on sears for us and and that manifests in good things and lovely things in enjoyable things and that's that's pretty foreign to. The tradition of blessing that we find within the. Jewish and Christian traditions and other traditions as well. We're blessings or something very different. They appear from Genesis through revelation and they always appear as something that has There's a toughness to them. They're often in poetic form there's a beauty to them, but there's I know you know that in an English and the English language. Blessing to bless shares a root with the word blood and. And I think there's something about the blessing that has a living heartbeat that can be passed from one person to another. There is no kind of situation. There is nothing in the circle of experience, our experience, our lived human experience that lies outside God's desire for blessing for us which. Translates to God's desire for wholeness. Her us to have whole hearts even when they are shattered. Everything you said, thumbs exactly. It's just like landing exactly right in. My will are your books are so easy to just highlight the crap out of. It can I use that for? Just. To have. One, thing that I just highlighted. When you wrote a blessing is at its most potent in times of disaster devastation and loss. When God's Providence Sims most difficult to find a blessing helps us perceive the grace that threads through our lives. I think like blessings also like an active storytelling like it helps us be like, no is there a plot here? That isn't just And then the hero loses everything, right? Yeah. I like it too that it also takes away from the the idea that blessing is like and now I pronounce this magically better or even sometimes like a magically spiritual. A blessing does this. So I know we have blessings for. Like transitions but there's nothing there's just nothing formulaic. Exactly. About it like it, it doesn't. It's not a guarantee. Right yes and amen to there's absolutely nothing magical about it. You're one of the things about blessings as that really. They really do take a dentist or of words speak and to drawn from the most ordinary by ordinary I don't mean. Easy by ordinary I mean the life and death kind of stuff that we were constantly living with and some some kind of way and they the blessings emerge from those experiences and they speak into those experiences and they're not magical they're not hocus pocus they're they're drawn from that lived beating heart kind of experience or the ending of beating heart kind of experience and part of my experience of a blessing is that a good blessing invites us into a space where. It doesn't try to make sense of something, but it assures us that even when we have a hard time believing it or imagining it. That God is some help present there. And the blessing a blessing has a way of naming that in inviting us into that sometimes when we can't even. necessarily. Believe every word of the blessing that it invites us into that space. Yes. A little. Yes. which you mind reading one of your blessings I was thinking especially one of your blessings from lent called blessing the body. It'd be glad to. 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"jan" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

Two Broads Talking Politics

10:39 min | 6 months ago

"jan" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

"Everyone. This is with two broads talking politics and I am today with Illinois congresswoman and fellow Chicagoan Jankowski. High Congresswoman Schakowsky. Right With Kelly, this is for. Excited to to speak with us so so much going on in the world in the country. Everywhere. Right. Now, maybe we could start a talk a little bit about the debates from last night, and in what you saw the it gets you excited about Joe Biden a being president being elected in eleven days. Well, you know. Clearly the president came with. tried a new personality sort of as compared to the last time but you know what? Really irritated me he was saying kind of this husky voice would say Joe. No an just just that. was was enough to to really turn me off and that of course you know the misinformation that that he gives about the the virus is just shocking to me. You know we're we're in a in a in a spike right now. In a really dangerous moment yesterday Illinois actually had the highest number of cases that we've ever had but you know we're far from alone. This is happening around the country, but we're turning the what what's what's is a phrase. Governor on it. It's going fine. You know things are are pretty are good. And and you know but we have to we have to live our lives and Joe. Biden was awesome. When he said, no, we're not living were dying. And pointed out how Heading toward two hundred and fifty thousand Americans who have died and how did hear the president. Talk that way you know it's just. We gotta go right? Yeah. Well, you know trump keeps asking why suburban women don't like him. You represent suburban women what is it that they're looking for right now it doesn't seem to be with the president is giving us. You know. I love that. His Bourbon housewives. Yes subur- suburban house rights well, we saw last night. One of the main reasons I think that women in general and you know we have a thirty one percent gender gap which is. The separation of children from their parents at the border is so despicable. So I he tried no, they're brought here by coyotes there you know no, we were talking about the new finding of well over five hundred children who have parents who brought them to the contrary. that. Are. They don't know where those parents are and I been to the border three times and I actually seen children. I've seen the cages, I've seen the mylar blankets. If you will. And I've also been to the shelters and Oh and the and the prison said, and we take such good care of them. So out of it, it would take such still clean. The places for these children are so clean. Really. This this is a good thing for for children. and. It's just horrifying and I think a lot of women in particular but parents. Human beings find that just so repulsive. that. I that I think that's been a big factor that one that one fact that he's okay with that. That was his policy, and then of course, he tried to say that it was started. You know. The other thing Kelly that really got to me I don't know. That he says, you know you had eight years to do this it's like. You've had four years just. Right Or wrong. He took no response those four years he had nothing to do with that at all. I'm starting to think maybe trump himself doesn't know how he was elected and his campaign managers keep going to prison, and so they're like, let's just see what worked last time and even though I've been in power for four years now, it'll work again some. You know talking about Mollis Administration you know everyone close to him. Well, actually there's people who were close to him. Some people now are coming out I love that Kelly's talking former chief of staff. And you know people from the military are generals are coming out and talking about how horrible? Horribly. But the the others are either in jail or being indicted, or there's these new findings about corruption it's lawless administration and he. Is All transactional for him. It's about you know what's in it for me and therefore he asks. What's in it for these soldiers at our theory here what what was in it for them? I mean, it's about. Service about country. About. Compassion. Just doesn't is missing major piece. Yeah. Yeah. Definitely. So I you, of course, represent a district in the Midwest Midwest is and as always one of the very most important parts of the country in any election cycle. We have exciting opportunities not just to elect President Biden, but there are important Senate races in the Midwest state legislatures That could flip throughout the Midwest as you're talking to voters as you're thinking about. What is going on in the the whole Midwest Great Lakes region in what what do you hear from people? What would is really on the minds of voters what are they looking for right now? What are they hoping for right now? Well, let me just tell you Kelly We have a fabulous constituent service office and we take calls from. People from a lot of places sometimes even out of the state because we have a great runner, but but my point is this. We are getting. More calls than I ever WANNA hear from A. Weeping into the telephone. People who are a man who says. I lost my job at came I read. I'm so afraid that along with my children, we're GONNA be out on the street. or a woman crying. And and almost ashamed of admitting that she can't put food on the table for her children and fortunately we can. Director to a food pantry, but this is the richest country in the world. We have a plan that would help. We're trying and Nancy? Pelosi. Is Our speaker of the House is trying to negotiate, and actually the administration is being more cooperative than Mitch McConnell. Communists old the White House do not pass Lee Acknowledge Right now. So what am I am hearing we're hearing about about healthcare we're hearing about housing we're hearing about small businesses that are desperate. For help and and until we deal with this virus. We. Have to as Nancy that we have to crush the virus and what's at stake our lives in our livelihood and the wife of our democracy everything is is really on the on the line right now and and and people. Were when we look at polls and let's not get too crazy about the polls. We did that last time. Right and now the big mistake but we're actually seeing more white. Non College educated men who are starting to say we can't him for more years of this we can't. You know. We're hearing from young people that we can't have. We can't wait for more years to do something about the climate we just cannot. Maybe the tipping point. In the urgency I guess the urgency of this election to make a make a change. you know I don't so much in this community here from people who are really dedicated to Donald Trump. And it's still hard for me to quite understand and what's even harder to understand why the Republicans. And I say chicken shed on your show. Sure. You know really you're going to stick with the sky. You're going to go down in history as being a complicit. With this man that has destroyed So many things about our our our country has ruined our reputation worldwide who is an embarrassment? And Dangerous Donald Trump is the most dangerous man on the planet. Were all at risk. Because of him and they stick with him. What is that? I feel pretty confident that we're going to win the Senate. We're going to expand our majority in the House of Representatives. We're by the way we already have the most diverse. Democratic. Caucus ever the most women ever in the in the House of Representatives people of Color, when Donald Trump said he is he has probably done more for African Americans than. Than anyone than any.

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"jan" Discussed on Bedtime History: Inspirational Stories for Kids

Bedtime History: Inspirational Stories for Kids

05:56 min | 1 year ago

"jan" Discussed on Bedtime History: Inspirational Stories for Kids

"Welcome to bedtime history a quick shoutout to our fans and new Patriot supporters. Jeremy and his son Noah. Thanks so much for your generous. Chris Donation Jeremy and I were childhood friends. He's a pilot now in built his own airplane which is pretty cool. Thanks for listening guys becoming coming. A supporter on patriotic. Goes a long way to help cover some of the costs of operating and keeps the podcast going strong. You can learn more about it at Patriotair DOT COM Tom. That's our Yohan Dot com forward slash bedtime history. Thanks again to those who have made donations so far. Three little bears one with the light. One with the stick and one with the rope. A spooky old tree three do they dare go into that spooky old tree. Yes they dare. These are the opening lines from one of my favorite children's books of all time called the spooky old tree by Stan and Jan Bernstein. You may have heard of the Bernstein bear books but growing up. They were some of my all time favorites. I have many good memories in my mom reading these books to me and my siblings when we were little tonight. We're going to learn about Stan and Jan the authors and illustrators of these fun and Imaginative Adjective Stories Janice this grant and Stanley Barron stain. Were born in the same year in the same town nineteen twenty-three and Philadelphia Pennsylvania. They they were born during the Great Depression which was a very hard time for most people. Living in the United States there was very little work and most families were very poor four Shannon. Stan didn't know each other when they were little but they had similar interests and both wanted to go to art school at age eighteen. They ended up going going to the same school and many other on the first day in a drawing class taught by a teacher named Miss Sweetie Stan and Jan instantly liked each each other and spent the rest of the year working on art projects together when World War Two started Stan was able to use. This is art skills and became an illustrator in the army and illustrator is someone who draws or does illustrate which is another word for drawings however rejane joined a large group of American women who helped build things for the war effort. She was a riveter. Riveter is someone who uses bolts to attach pieces of metal together during the war. Stan and Jan were separated but when the war was over they met again and were married in nineteen forty six. At first Stan and Jan where teachers but they really wanted to be cartoonists and soon found jobs illustrating for different magazines and newspapers. Most most of their illustrations were funny in nineteen sixty. They wrote their first children's book together. They had lots of ideas about who the subject of their books should be but but eventually they decided on bears because they could stand on two feet much like humans they call them. The Baron stained bear family after their own last name. By this time they also had their first Leo and wanted to include some of the funny moments and ups and downs of raising a child in the books. Papa bear were overalls overalls and a plaid shirt in Mama. Bear were a Polka dot dress and like their own child. They had one lively bear cub. Their first stories ended up being read by Dr seuss. One of the most famous children's story authors of all time. You can find our other episode about Dr Seuss. Dr Seuss love the stories and gave Stan and Jan lots of ideas about how to improve them. Their first big story was called the big honey hunt after through their bare story. They thought that switch to a different animal like a penguin but the first book did so well. They decided to keep writing more. Dr Seuss made sure the name. The Barron stained bears was added to the top of every book and shortened their names from Stanley and Janice to Stan and Jan without even asking them over the next several years standing Jan work from their home in Philadelphia and created hundreds more Bernstein bear books included topics like going to the dentist making new new friends. Bullying messy rooms honesty and healthy eating together. The Bear family lived in a big tree house down a sunny dirt road deep in bear country leader sister joined the family and finally honeybear. The baby bear came together. They worked and played and learned lessons about life. And that was the point of so many of these stories by standing Jan to teach the listener about family life and making good decisions also called moral stories over the years the Barron stains wrote over three hundred books and sold over two hundred and sixty million copies of their books. Many have also been made into TV movies and television series a few computer games. I mentioned the spooky old tree. You'll have to check that one out. A few other favorites were bears in the night. Right and the bears vacation. If you're interested your library should have them or you can find them online. Stand Jan have now since passed away but their sons is Leo and Michael have carried on the business. Lee is also an artist and has illustrated many of the new baron stained bear books with his mother Jan before she passed away. Do you like to write or draw tight. Think of what kind of animal you could pretend act like a human and tomorrow find a pencil and paper and make your own story. Would you use bears. Here's the thing of a new animal. You could use like talking monkeys cats or even walruses. It's fun.

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Survival

10:17 min | 1 year ago

"jan" Discussed on Survival

"The greatest this threat of all to his survival coming up. We'll learn how Yang hope was revived. And how a last minute rescue skew in a reindeer drawn sled took him through Nazi territory to freedom now back to the story on May eleventh nineteen forty three four men from the town of Mandalay Norway trekked into the mountains to to the place where yawn balls would had been sheltered for six days. Yawn was closer to death than ever not just physically but mentally. After nearly six weeks on the run he was losing hope. Yawns dwindling spirits could be attributed to multiple factors severe cold hold constant pain or the fact that so many rescue efforts had failed however there may have also been a more insidious threat at work one one that regular people experience every day. John was lonely for more than forty days. He'd had almost no human contact and according to psychologist Dr Cerita Robinson that may have been the single greatest menace to his survival Robinson writes loneliness it can be damaging to both our mental and physical health. Socially isolated people are less able to deal with stressful situations. They're also more likely to feel depressed. The impacts of social isolation become worse when people are placed in physically isolating environments. It's hard to imagine in a more remote location than a rockwall above the Arctic circle and it's easy to see why yawn lost the desire to be moved to yet another other hideout but the men from Mandolin wanted to help him reach his destination and they were determined to take him all the way. This time their the first step was to transfer yawn to a hidden cave near the village just like his previous rescuers they strapped him to a sled an attached it to themselves with ropes then they began their treacherous descent. The journey.

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Survival

14:55 min | 1 year ago

"jan" Discussed on Survival

"Was profoundly grateful to the family and he grew to care for them as much as they did for him him but he was also keenly aware of the risk. They were taking on his behalf. He needed to get well fast to continue on his way before his rescuers were caught no matter how much he wielded however the condition of his feet did not improve at last on April twelfth. Mario's Marios entered the loft in the middle of the night and told John he had a plan with help from Hannah and another sister as well as two trusted friends. Maurice is lowered yawn to the floor of the barn. He then wrapped you on wool blankets and strapped him onto a small sled with the women's supporting yawns head. The the men guided the sled silently through the forest and down to the rocky shore of fjord there. The women said farewell to their friend as the men hoisted yawn off the sled and into a fishing boat. They set sail for the opposite shore splashing liquor on their clothes so that if anyone approached they could pretend to be out on a drunken fishing trip once they reached the other side Maurice and his cohorts carried yawn into a tiny fishing fishing cabin. They gave him a few days supply of food water and alcohol along with a small cooking stove and knife then they said goodbye by promising to return in a couple of Days Maris assured yon that he would be safe here far from prying eyes until they could return to take him on the next rex leg of the journey. At First Yon was relatively happy with this new situation although the cabin was small dark and lonely at least now now he wasn't putting his friends at risk he had warmed dry clothes and plenty of food. Maybe by the time Marius returned he'd be able to walk again as the days passed however yawn was forced to face the reality of his situation. His feet were not improving proving in fact they were getting far worse. The flesh on his toes was turning black. They smelled of rot and sent shooting pains through his body as much as he hoped to deny. Eventually Yon had to admit that his feet were infected with gangrene. This was a devastating realization realization for the soldier not only gangrene incredibly painful but if left untreated it can also be fatal and in the middle of the Wilderness. There's only one real treatment available. Yawn put it off as long as he could then one day he realized he could wait no longer her on April twenty first nine days after he arrived in the hut yawn took off his bandages. He picked up the knife that mar use had that left him poured some alcohol over his hands and in his mouth then he pressed the blade against the blackened flesh of his big Toe and and started cutting yon amputated two of his own toes that day as well as several spots of disease skin the entire process took several hours when it was over. He fell back onto his cot unconscious the following day. Maurice and his friends returned it last. They were horrified to see yawns condition. Filthy bloody and smelling like a corpse. But he was still alive and as he came to and realized his friends had returned he lit up. With a flicker of hope again as Maurice and his cohorts oh hordes got John cleaned up. He explained the reasons for their lengthy absence. They had sailed to the remote village of Mon- Dahlan on the other side of the mountains. There they found a team of people willing to help them. They had arranged to carry on to a valley. Several hundred feet up the mountain men from Mundelein would meet them there and take over the rescue effort transporting yawn across the flatlands to the Swedish border. It was a daring and dangerous plan but after so many days of suffering alone in the Hut yon was ready to risk it. The Night of April twenty fourth mar use and his friends tied yawn to a sled head which they attached to their waists with ropes then they began the slow strenuous process of hauling. The injured man up the Mountain Fountain often. This required the men to pull the sled over bumpy ground. Other Times they had to guide it through thickets chopping at the brush. Rush with an axe the worst moments for yawn however where when the grade was too steep for his friends to drag the sled in those moments to men Dan had to climb up to allege kneel down while the others flipped Yawn sled upright and hoisted it into their hands. Initially they did this with Yawn and right side up but the blood rushing to his feet caused him unbearable pain so he begged them to turn the sled over. This meant yawn had to be lifted up the wall of the gorge hanging upside down. The pressure in his head was so great that he repeatedly passed out after several hours of excruciating exertion. The men finally reached the meeting point. They were exhausted trembling with fatigue their faces pouring sweat yon was in anguish yet. He cheered himself with the thought that a fresh crew would soon take over giving his friends a chance to rest and get home safely to pass the time while they waited for the next crew. The men told jokes and stories yet as the minutes ticked by by a pall of worry settled over them. Where were the others? Mario's had clearly established the meeting place and time. His friends from Mundelein were one hundred percent trustworthy. What was causing the delay? The minutes stretched into hours and still the second crew did not appear here. Finally Mario's and his friends were forced to admit that they could wait no longer. They had to be back in food or flattened. By daybreak before anyone noticed they were gone. But what should they do with Yawn. In the meantime they couldn't possibly risk taking him back down the mountain. The journey had been nearly impossible on the way up when they were fresh and strong now they were all exhausted and even if the rescue team survived the rocky descent yawns current state. He probably wouldn't. The only solution was to leave him here as protected from the elements as possible so they found around a large flat sided rock that provided shelter from the wind and dug a hole in the snow beside it packing the snow tightly on all sides they they created a cave somewhat like an Igloo and slid yawn inside it. They gave him all the food they had and promised that they would come back. Doc as soon as possible to check on him Mario's desperately hoped this would be unnecessary. Surely the men would arrive any moment now and when when they did they would call out the Code Phrase Hollow Gentlemen so yawn would know they were friends. This seemed as good a plan as any under the circumstances dances yet. It was heartbreaking for Yawn to hear the men's muffled voices say goodbye in this frozen cave. He was protected from the wind but he was in near total darkness and the pain in his feet and legs was unbearable. His only hope for survival was rescue soon. Unfortunately for yawn help was much farther away than he hoped Peterberg Mo.. The Mandolin man entrusted with finding skiers to come and meet John had been caught by the Nazis and jailed for several days. As a result he hadn't been able able to fulfil his part of the plan. Thanks to a personal connection. Peter was now free and working frantically to find the right man for the next leg of the journey but by the time he succeeded it was too late. A blizzard blew into the area. Ravaging the mountains and reducing visibility. The two zero the men Peterberg Mo had found were unable to breach the storm for five full days and during that time yawn remained aimed buried in his cave with only a small amount of food to sustain him. Once again the Norwegian managed to do the seemingly impossible in order to survive. He rationed his food consuming the bare minimum to keep himself breathing. He suffered what must have been intense pain unbearable unbearable cold without attempting to dig himself out most incredibly and critically as the days passed. Yon Continued Nia to help this above all was what kept him. Breathing clinical psychologist. Dr Joseph Novitsky Discusses The critical importance of optimism in his article. Hope and survival the power of psychological resilience. He writes research has shown that faced with high stress. People with resilient looks are less vulnerable to physical and emotional illness but another way to look at resilience is that it is simply hope hope is powerful. Yawn would need all the power in the world to get through this. He spent five days lying cramped snow cave without being able to move even to relieve himself. Finally on April thirtieth he heard a peculiar sound coming from the surface. Several feet above yon was so weak that he couldn't quite determine what it was at first but eventually he realized someone or something. The thing was digging in the snow. Far above him. He waited for what seemed like hours. For the excavated. A breakthrough at last. He heard a a muffled voice. Call Out Hollow Gentlemen. It was the code phrase. Finally after one hundred twenty hours of being buried alive yawn was being rescued. Once again he summoned all his strength to Call Back Hollow Gentlemen. His voice was barely more than in a murmur but the men heard it and doubled their speed when they broke through at last yawn felt fresh air on his cheeks. The first time in a week he he saw two men looking down on him with expressions of amazement they could not believe that any man much less one in yawns condition survived this long under four feet of snow he would need that fortitude in the coming days more than he knew his new rescuers explained they were not the transport crew. They had merely come to find him and to make sure he was still alive. Now that they knew his exact location they had to return to the village to arrange for four more men to come back and get him. Yawn allowed himself to be packed back into his snow cave and once again and he waited in the cold and darkness for help to return this time. It took four days by the time the transport team arrived live from London on May fourth. Yon Could no longer speak all he could do when they told him they were here to take him to. Sweden was give them A.

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"jan" Discussed on Survival

Survival

08:39 min | 1 year ago

"jan" Discussed on Survival

"Third nineteen forty-three after four days and about fifty miles of hiking through the snowy mountains. Yon Reached the house of a well known. RESISTER named Einar Sorenson. I Nar was a fisherman. Other resistors sisters had suggested he could use his boat to ferry yawn to the mainland however the channel between his house and the southern landmass was packed with German patrol rowboats. The best he could do was equipped yawn with a pair of skis and a recommendation for someone else who might help him along. The Way Yawn gratefully accepted accepted. Einars offer skiing across the snow was much faster and easier than hiking through it and as yon set off again. He felt confident isn't that he would soon reach his destination. However after several hours of gliding across the snow yawn ran into a deadly obstacle? A townley ahead and dozens of Nazi soldiers were milling around in his path. Yawn was forced to take a detour climbing high into the mountains and attempting to navigate by keeping an eye on a fjord far below. Unfortunately that soon became impossible around eleven in the morning morning after he had skied about twenty miles. The weather changed the sky. Darkened snow began to fall thick heavy flakes flakes whipped around and the gusting wind. Not only could yawn no longer see the fjord down below. He couldn't see more than a few yards in front of his face. There's a saying that if you stop moving in a blizzard you'll never move again. Yawn took this to heart and kept inching forward. Even as the snow began into blind him. He was freezing cold. The ICY wind scoured his face soon. His sense of direction faded. He lost track of up time and couldn't tell if it was day or night then over the howl of the wind he heard something a low rumble. All followed by a deafening crack. Yawn tumbled into an abyss of snow and rock cascading a skating down the mountain. It wasn't avalanche caught in the midst of the thundering snowslide. There was nothing he could do but hold his breath breath as his body hurdled toward the valley floor according to the Solomon Mountain Academy there are several steps one can take to increase the chances of surviving an an avalanche one is to sidestep to avoid getting caught in the flow of debris another is to stretch out and swim against the current to get on top of the descending mass. Unfortunately Yawn had no time to attempt either of these tactics he blacked out during the onslaught and only came to wants. The catastrophe had subsided. His survival was a stroke of pure luck but at the moment. It didn't seem especially fortuitous. He he lost one of his skis and broken the other his polls were gone. As was the food he'd been given to last journey far worse. Yawn had had a concussion which prevented him from forming coherent thoughts. He didn't know where he was or how he got there but somehow he knew he she had to keep moving. He staggered to his feet and slogged aimlessly forward and the ski boots I nar had given him hours stretched in today's after a while the sun came out again producing a reflective glare off the snow the blazing white light seared his retinas. Ns causing him to go temporarily blind yawns chances of surviving in the Arctic without food site or direction were virtually zero but miraculously on April eighth. After three days of wandering he heard people talking near a cluster of buildings up ahead. It was a village and that Meant Food Ravenously Hungry Yon Lurch toward the structure. Nearest him. He no longer cared at the people inside. We're friends or foes. He heard cries of astonishment as he barged in and lunged for the table his hands landed on scraps of fish and potatoes. He stuff them into his mouth and then collapsed on the floor unconscious unknown to Yon. He had luckily stumbled stumbled into one of the safest refugees in the area. It was the home of Hana Pederson sister. Tomorrow's Grenville Mar use was was the leader of the resistance in this town. The fishing village of foolproof Latin and he lived just a few yards away. Hana stared at the man on her floor floor in shock for a moment then she shouted at her son to go find her brother moments. Later the boy returned with Mar- use the siblings exchanged a few words of explanation then sprang into action just like fruit droops in Hana and Maurice knew exactly how to care for someone someone who'd been ravaged by the cold but they've never seen a man in such horrifying condition. Yawns is practically sealed shut due to the pain from from his retina burn. His legs were cased in large blocks of ice. He was so exhausted that he hadn't even been able to swallow the food in his mouth before passing out. Nevertheless the family quickly went to work. I they chipped the ice off yawns legs his boots. It's were frozen to his feet. So they had to be cut away in strips then upon peeling off his socks Hana and mar use found that yawns feet were modeled blue white and black. This was clear evidence that he was suffering from severe frostbite. A condition in which skin skin and the underlying tissues are frozen. Frostbite often leads to long term. Numbness in stiffness in the joints worse it may lead to gangrene gangrene an extremely serious condition that often requires amputation. According to base medical outdoor safety the first step in dealing with frostbite is to determine whether there's a possibility of re freezing if not the affected area should be thawed by submerging it in water between ninety eight point six and one hundred two point two degrees Fahrenheit in other words not hot but lukewarm. Once the tissue is safely thawed it should be air dried to prevent further damage. The affected area should then be lightly wrapped and elevated to reduce pain and swelling in John's case. This process was complicated by the gunshot wound on his right toe according to survivalist. Dr James Hubbard. The most important step to treating a gunshot wound is applying pressure to stop the bleeding. Ironically the fact that yawns foot was frozen had done the trick but once it was thawed it needed to be tightly wrapped doing so however could cause further damage to the frostbitten tissue as mar use. Hannah and her children worked to care for Yawn as best they could. He slowly regained consciousness through muttered half phrases. He managed to explain that he was the last surviving man from the brought home. Maurice was stunned. He'd heard about the battle tough to Fjord but he'd assumed that the twelfth man on on the mission was either captured or killed. How was it possible that John had not only escaped the Nazis but survived alone in the wilderness for nine? I'm days they had to find a way to save him. But how Maurice and Hannah debated this for a moment like many towns in the area. Ah Foolproof Latin was swarming with German soldiers they could barge and find yawn at any minute yet. He was obviously in dire need of rest asked medical attention. There was no way he could go on or even be moved. Finally the siblings decided to take the risk of letting yawn stay with him. They moved him to a warm comfortable hideout in the Loft of the Family Barn for the next several days. They continued to care for him as mar use worked worked on a plan to help him escape. Yawn.

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"jan" Discussed on Survival

Survival

14:48 min | 1 year ago

"jan" Discussed on Survival

"We've got an incredible one part. Hart episode on Yawn Balls. Read a twenty five year old leader in the Norwegian resistance against the Nazis. We'll see how yawn endured frostbite despite gangrene snow-blindness and starvation while evading capture after his mission was compromised finally will explore how he escaped gaped a devastating end with the help of dozens of villagers who risked their lives to save him. World War Two began on September. First Nineteen thirty nine when Nazi Germany invaded the sovereign nation of Poland over the next several months the German seized one country after another engaging in an all out landgrab on April ninth nineteen forty. The Nazis blasted their way into Norway. A Scandinavian country that extends to about four hundred miles north of the Arctic circle after a fierce invasion and the Germans imposed a new pro fascist regime Norwegians who refuse to accept the puppet government formed a resistance movement. Many of whose members slipped out of the country to learn how to fight the Nazis abroad. Yon Balls Rudd was among them. He was twenty two years old. And fresh. Out of cartography the school when the war began. He kicked off his career. As a commando drawing maps of German military installations in Norway and sneaking them across crossed the border to neutral Sweden. Eventually he was caught and imprisoned upon his release. He made his way around the world to the Shetland Islands. A secret training ground for no egion ex pats in the craft of sabotage according to international humanitarian law. Aw sabotage refers to the action taken to destroy or damage material works or installations which add to the efficiency of the enemy's armed forces forces in Norway. Such small-scale missions were critical dislodging. German forces given the country's natural barrier of islands fjords and around on six months of snow. John's educational background was useful on sabotage operations but he was also uniquely suited for them based on his personality finality. He was adventurous high-spirited. An incredibly tough. He was also fiercely loyal towards his people. These traits along along with his unfailing Missouri made yawn a standout among his fellow resistors and in early nineteen forty three. The twenty five year old was chosen as one of four operatives on a top secret mission called operation. Martin the mission's objective was to establish a training ground in a remote part of Norway to teach locals the art of sabotage. The men were also tasked with destroying a German military airfield from which the Nazis were conducting Arctic Air Raids and reconnaissance. Yon was excited about the mission partly because he wanted to free his homeland and also because one of his close friends was is going to twenty five year old per Blenheim. An Avid outdoorsman whom yawn had first met in Sweden was also eager to have a hand and liberating Norway. The two men shared a love of adventure and their people they were also about to share one of the most harrowing experiences of of their lives in the four man team left the Shetland Islands on March twenty fourth nineteen forty three along with the captain and seven and crewman they were on a seventy five foot. Single engine ship called the brought home which was laden with Radio Gear and explosives on March twenty nine and they reach their destination. An icy inlet called tough to fjord about three hundred miles. North of the Arctic Circle Yawn looked out onto into the still waters of the tiny fjord. There was no one in sight confident that his team was safe. He cheerfully joined per and the others for dinner. He spent the rest of the night checking their weapons and instruments to make sure all was prepared. The next morning the team heard Nazi warplanes droning overhead. They decided to lie low until the coast was clear around noon. The action quieted down convincing. INSEN yawn and his companions that they hadn't been spotted. They went on about their preparations but a couple of hours later a shout went up. From from the lookout a German warship had been spotted entering the fjord there was no way out with only seconds to respond. The captain ordered the men to abandon ship. He and the crew piled into a dinghy in Rhode desperately for shore as the Germans fired cannons overhead. Meanwhile yawn per and their two fellow saboteurs rush down to the hold. They lit a five minute. Fuse and through all their documents and radio equipment went into a pile on top of it then they grab their pistols and clamored into the remaining lifeboat. They waited with their oars. In the Water Yon John could hear the Nazi warship approaching five minutes to go on the fuse for three when there were only two minutes left Yawn John and his colleague shoved off the Nazi spotted them within seconds they pelted the lifeboats with machine-guns somehow neither yawn nor his companions were hurt but the holes in the craft caused it to start taking on water with the Germans bearing down on them and their boat sinking. Yawn Emperor exchanged a few last words. They'd had a good run together now. It looked like they were reaching the end of the line but just just as they were preparing to make a jump for it. Eight tons of explosives shattered the brought home. Sending debris flying playing in all directions yawn and his colleagues dove into the icy water. A massive wave crashed onto the lifeboat behind them. Yawn felt a tug. We'll get his right leg and realize what the shock that. His boot was caught in the wreckage with lightning reflexes. He kicked free just as the boats world to the bottom of the fjord then. He swam with all his strength toward the rocky shore. It was only about one hundred yards from the boat but under the circumstances as you probably felt like a hundred miles the water was extremely cold and dotted with ice floes that blocked jahns path every second. His arms emerged into the open. Air The water on his uniform froze weighing him further down and is he grew heavier. It became increasingly difficult to maintain eighteen. Speed finally yon dragged himself up onto the shore of the FJORD. His friend per was right behind him as the two men made their way. Hey to shelter. In the nearby Cliffs Yon heard a crack. He looked back per was splayed out on the rocks. A gunshot wound wound in the back of his head. Yang was devastated but with bullets flying and the Nazis hot on his heels. He had no time to stop and mourn. He hobbled quickly to a hiding place behind nearby. Rock his uniform crackling as the saltwater in the fabric froze once safe behind the boulder. Yawn looked back again. He saw purrs body at the shoreline in a pool of blood. He also saw two more of his companions lying motionless. A few yards away he. He called them to follow him but neither moved. Yawn couldn't tell if they were dead unconscious or just too cold to speak. He tried frantically to think of the best way to help them. But then he was spotted a detachment of four Nazi soldiers were marching through the snow. They would reach him in minutes. Let's but before they did they would have to descend behind a low ridge. which would temporarily blocked him from their view realizing that moment was his only chance? Yawn waited until the Nazis disappeared behind the natural barrier and then ran toward them. He crouched out of sight with his pistol which had miraculously stayed with him when he swam to shore. The chamber was full. If he was quick enough he might be able to kill all four of them. Jaen heard the Germans Norman's approach. He readied his weapon listening carefully to determine their location when it lasts they were in range. He raised up from his hiding place to shoot nope. Nothing happened with shock. Young realized that water had frozen in the pistol. His fingers wet and throbbing from the Cold Old. He released the magazine. Yes out the first two bullets and jammed it back into place. He took aim once again. This time it worked a bullet ripped through one of the oncoming soldiers. He crumpled to the ground dead. John Shot again wounding a second soldier. The other two fell back in alarm for the first time. Since the Nazis had entered the FJORD that morning Yawn breathed a sigh of relief then he muzzled his gun and climbed into into a gully that hit him from the warships view. The next few hours were touch and go for the saboteur once. He had a moment to catches his breath. He felt a stabbing pain in his barefoot. He looked down to find that his right big toe had been shot off. This made his situation relation critical as he needed to dress the wound but had nothing to do with. It also meant that the Nazis would easily be able to track him by following the red footprints in the snow. Yawn had to get help hoping to throw the Germans off his trail. He sneaked back down to the FJORD and swam across it. This time into an islet almost three hundred yards away. He dragged himself shivering and exhausted to a tiny homestead near the water and asked the Norwegian family there for help the Lady of the House Fru droops and looked him over with concern. She suspected Yawn was connected to the explosions and gunfire. She'd heard in the Fjord a few hours ago. That meant the Nazis were looking for him and if they found him here they kill. Will everyone in the house but Fru Egyptian could tell that Yang was in desperate need of assistance so she decided to do everything in her power to save save him like many who live in inhospitable environments Fru it droops in knew exactly how to combat the elements I. She had visitor remove his wet clothing and gave him some warm wool garments to put on while his own drive by the fire. She gave him something to eat and drink then. She rubbed his feet and legs to get the circulation going and wrapped his injured toe in bandages. Finally she found a new boot to replace the one he'd lost during his flight. Aw once yawn was warm and recovered. The droops and family gathered round discuss what he should do now. The country was swarming with Nazis and Norwegians. Who sympathized with them? He needed to flee from the area as quickly as he could fruit. DROOPS and son Peterson advised gone to make his way to the mainland. Here in the far northern islands of Norway communities were small and a stranger would be noticed immediately but if yawn could reached the more populous regions further south he could blend in and make his way to the neutral nation of Sweden Yang was torn on one hand. He knew the Droop Group. Since we're right but he was also still thinking about his companions from the brought home and trying to come up with a way to save them. Sadly Young Peterson informed warned him that there was no hope for that. The teen had gone down to the beach. After the gunfire settled he'd found some debris from the explosion and a discarded ammunition belt but the ship was gone and there was no sign of yawns companions living or dead. This was devastating news for Yawn but at least it helped him make up his mind with no one to turn back for. He could set his sights firmly on the road ahead so at one in the morning less less than twelve hours after the brought home was attacked yawn balls rude left the Egyptians preparing to face the rest of his journey alone on coming up. We'll see how a run in with the Nazis led yawn to get caught in an avalanche leaving him blind and stranded in the mountains. Don't now back to the story. On.

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"jan" Discussed on Survival

Survival

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"jan" Discussed on Survival

"Twenty-five-year-old yawn balls road crouched behind a boulder clutching a pistol encrusted. crusted with ice. He was so ct to the bone shivering violently in the Arctic air. But he didn't dare move. He heard Nazi sailors is drawing closer. It was march. Thirtieth Nineteen forty-three Yawn was one of twelve Norwegian specially chosen to execute a top secret sabotage mission in his homeland which was occupied by Nazis. They had sailed into a fjord north of the Arctic Circle the day before and begun making preparations but their plans were derailed. When they saw a German warship entering the Harbour Yawn and his companions onions blew up their own boat and swam through the icy water to escape? Yawn lost his boot in the turmoil but he managed to churn through the one hundred yards between the sinking boat and the shore he hobbled across the rocky beach with one bare foot until he reached a large boulder older once safely hidden behind it. Yawn looked back at his companions. One was lying a few yards away. Dead from a bullet wound to the head to others lay on the rocks nearby UNMOVING. He called to them but they didn't respond. What should he do? He wanted desperately to help his companions but he couldn't tell if they were alive and if he left his hiding place to check he could be shot to Oh. He hesitated for a moment searching frantically for a plan. Then the Nazis spotted him yawns heart stopped. He had no food no map and no protection from the Arctic elements. He also had no choice but to run for his life. Welcome to survival apart. CAST original. I'm your host Irma Blanco. And I'm Tim Johnson. It's been an exciting journey but this is our last episode before we go on Hiatus after venturing from the Arctic Circle to the volcano to the Donner Pass. We're taking a break to catch our breath. We truly appreciate the loyal listeners. Who have stuck with us? We couldn't have made it this far without you..

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"jan" Discussed on Things Above

Things Above

15:51 min | 1 year ago

"jan" Discussed on Things Above

"Uh there's a sense that you you never have to be lonely again there's a sense Is that there's always a way forward but I need to ask God with that is there's a sense that even if I make a mistake God watch I think that fills the hole in our heart that nothing else on the earth can fill that was Jan Johnson and you're listening to the things above podcast well welcome to things.

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ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"jan" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Jan riders wild finishes in week four in the NFL three overtime games, including in Oakland, Raiders, get their first win forty five to forty two head coach Jon Gruden on getting that first win back his raiders head coach I went in one hundred years. It's just great to be back. Thank our fast for hanging in there with a lot of ups and downs. But to get that field goal with our third string kicker backup, snapper. Never been so nervous on twenty nine year. Fill goal. My life. Baker Mayfield and his first NFL start for Cleveland to touchdown throws into pigs in the lot also overtime at Indiana. Texans. Get their first win downing the colts thirty seven to thirty four over jammed. The titans. Meet the eagles twenty six to twenty three Marcus mariota game. When he ten yard touchdown pass to Corey Davis Ravensburg to three at one twenty six fourteen victory over the Steelers in Pittsburgh down the corridors twenty two seventeen but loose safety. Earl Thomas carted off the field would a fractured left leg. Saints three and one is they crushed the giants. Thirty three. Jaguars three and won. They beat the jets thirty one to twelve Packers. Shut down the bills twenty two. As Paul final day of the regular season yesterday. And there will be two division titles decided on Monday, Colorado at Los Angeles to decide the Anna west and the NFL central decided at Wrigley between Joaquin in the cubs. Both games on ESPN and ESPN radio. Coming up on Monday. A quarter of the way through the NFL season is.

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"jan" Discussed on Suicide Buddies

Suicide Buddies

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"jan" Discussed on Suicide Buddies

"You know so anyway whatever day it was jan pataki he for like a week he had taken the silver knob off of this sugarbowl his mother had given him and for a week polished that knob down into a silver bullet in a week yeah well or whatever amount of time if you're just obsessed this is what i mean about us not being able to get through everything is interesting fucking made that in a week well i mean i just been doing that all i read i didn't mean to be a dick i just it's funny i was like so polished down wait we haven't even said what happened you so that's just what i mean i don't know i just read one thing that said he polished it over like a few days yeah but who knows they probably took a long time that's that's interesting so he polished the knob from a sugar bowl down into a silver bullet and then he had the chaplain of his castle blessed the bullet with holy water and then shot him in shot himself in the head because he thought he was becoming aware wolf awesome dude why don't more people like stabbed themselves in the heart with like a steak i know of anti i was like reading through historical accounts of people who'd committed suicide and they got to that one that was like wait what what everyone know about this probably was so wear wool he definitely was.

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