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Fresh update on "jen" discussed on Mark Mason

Mark Mason

00:24 sec | 2 min ago

Fresh update on "jen" discussed on Mark Mason

"And attorney General Merrick Garland will detail the administration's gun crime prevention strategies. Homicides this past year are up 30%. ABC is Karen Travers has more president Biden is expected to push back on criticism from some Republicans about the recent increase in violent crime by noting that crime rates started to rise before He took office. White House press secretary Jen Psaki said violent crime has gone up not just in the past 18 months, but over the last five years, he's not going to wait and his message to the American people is he's going to take steps that he has the power to take as president. Karen Travers, ABC NEWS Washington the U. S on pace to wind down its military presence in Afghanistan by September 11th. But what happens next in the war torn country is raising concerns about Taliban insurgents. ABC News chief Global Affairs correspondent Martha Raddatz is in Afghanistan and says the violence has already begun with over half of the withdrawal complete and no peace deal in place. The.

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Harris Heading to Border For First Time as VP

AP 24 Hour News

00:43 sec | 29 min ago

Harris Heading to Border For First Time as VP

"An announcement today from the White House. The vice president will travel to El Paso, Texas. On Friday. She will be accompanied by Department of Homeland Security Secretary Alan New York as this would be Vice President Kamala Harris first trip to the border. She's been criticized from both parties for failing to go there despite her role leading the Biden administration's response. A steep increase in migration. This is press secretary Jen Psaki. We're at this point, in part because we've made a great deal of progress. And if you look just to a couple of months ago when 6000 Children were in border patrol facilities were now at the point where there's far less than 1000, Republicans have seized on failures by both Harris and President Biden to paint the administration as absent. On what they described as a crisis at the

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Fresh update on "jen" discussed on Rick Roberts

Rick Roberts

00:34 min | 2 min ago

Fresh update on "jen" discussed on Rick Roberts

"Than when Republicans say she should have gone, Senator Ted Cruz told Fox News. He's glad Harris is going But doubtful anything will come of it. Sure, I'm glad she's going to the border. She doesn't have any solutions. Harris traveled to Central America earlier this summer to get to the root causes of the migrant surge. But Friday she'll be in El Paso, making the trip with her Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas, Clayton Neville. W B A P news, bipartisan talks on infrastructure or pushing forward on Capitol Hill and the White House is interested in negotiations whenever possible. That today from White House press secretary Jen Psaki assess as we conclude each rounds what the next step should be so again if we make progress, and if we assess that that it is the appropriate time to bring these officials, these elected officials to the White House, the president look forward to doing that. A group of bipartisan senators says they want to set up a meeting with the president this week. Texans will lose unemployment benefits this Saturday, many associated with Covid 19. Many employers have found it difficult to hire during this time because they couldn't match those benefits. Congresswoman Beth Van Dine, hosting a roundtable discussion in North Texas and talked about the many job opportunities available. So we are having a huge job fair. It's going to be at the.

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GOP Blocks Elections Bill in Senate Showdown

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 20 hrs ago

GOP Blocks Elections Bill in Senate Showdown

"Senate Republicans have blocked an expansive elections and voting bill during a key test vote forcing Democrats to face tough questions about the next steps before the people acting needed sixty votes to overcome the GOP filibuster man came nowhere close Senate Republican chief Mitch McConnell had blasted the deal as a partisan power grab and a federal over reach into how states run elections and so finally today we will put an end to it hours before the vote this fight is not over White House spokeswoman Jen Psaki said president Biden's committed to boosting voting rights and it will be a fight of his presidency long past today but there are questions about how Democrats can move key legislation and it nearly evenly divided Senate and whether filibuster rules should change sadr mag ani Washington

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Fresh update on "jen" discussed on Larry O'Connor

Larry O'Connor

00:44 min | 4 min ago

Fresh update on "jen" discussed on Larry O'Connor

"One. Oh, 5.9 FM w m A l A cumulus stations news Now email news at three. I'm Maria Leaf. And if your commune involves I 2 95 in the district. You're going to need to find another way home tonight. This is D. C s deputy Mayor for public safety Chris Gelled heart approximately 11 52. This morning we had a collision with the bridge right here, which separate the bridge from his morning. Result of that collision caused multiple cars to be involved. Four. Excuse me. Five of the folks that were in those cars were transported local hospitals, all with non life threatening injuries. Clean up is expected to take at least a day to complete, he says. Mayor Bowser says that bridge was the last inspected this past February, Ed Rodriguez will have a full look at the roads coming up on a couple of minutes, the vice president finally heading to the U. S. Mexico border. The announcement coming exactly one week ahead of when former President Trump is planning a trip there with Texas Governor Greg Abbott. This is White House press secretary Jen Psaki. We have no way to predict what president former President Trump will stay when he had When he goes to the border. We can only guess, but I don't think we're our view is that the vice president, Making a trip to the border with the secretary of Homeland Security to assess and take a look at progress that's been made is going to prevent or change what the former president of the United States says. When he goes to the border and a couple of days, President Trump responded in a statement saying in part quote Harris and Biden were given the strongest In American history, and now it is my by far the worst in American history. If Governor Abbott and I weren't going there next week, she would have never gone and quote chair of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. Mark Milley, testifying today before the House Armed Services Committee, warning about the rising threat of China's military, China is increasing its military capability. And a very serious and sustained rate, and we must ensure that we retain our competitive and technological edge against this pacing threat. Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin, who also testified before the committee, says $5 billion for the Pacific Deterrence Initiative is included in the Defense Department's budget for the 2022 fiscal year. Domestic violence charges against former Washington running back Darius Guys have been dismissed. The 23 year old Geis was initially charged with felony strangulation, along with misdemeanors for choking, pushing and destroying the cell phone of his then girlfriend. But the felony count was dropped by prosecutors earlier this year and guys reached a settlement with the woman and what's known as an accord and satisfaction, and a judge has signed off on the deal with the case. Now close guys will emerge without a criminal record. His professional football career could very well be over Washington cut him last year..

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White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki Fails to Contextualize Reality of Rising Gun Ownership and Lower Gun Crime

The Dan Bongino Show

01:32 min | 1 d ago

White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki Fails to Contextualize Reality of Rising Gun Ownership and Lower Gun Crime

"To escape from them. So here's Jen Psaki cut six, saying the crime rate is the crime rises. Gun violence. Check this out. The reason is that there's been actually a rising crime over the last five years, but really the last 18 months and so It's an opportunity for the president to speak to what is going to do to help address that and as we've seen around the country, it is a concern of many Americans, Republicans but also Democrats to not necessarily through a partisan lens, something that president felt was appropriate to speak to and tell the American people what he's doing to help address. 18 months. That's interesting. She uses that that's really fascinating. Jen Psaki blaming it on gun violence. She doesn't mention of course, that gun ownership has gone up dramatically. Gun crime had gone down. But gun violence and gun crime is going up in liberal cities across America. That's fascinating because we had a decrease in violence for years, even though gun ownership went up showing you clearly those variables are correlated in the inverse direction. But they want to push gun control, so they want to blame it on the guns, but what they leave out is let me read to you in New York Times headline She used that 18 months. That's really interesting. She's all crime's been going up for 18 months. Well, what happened about a year ago? New York Times Tim Arango may 25th 2021 a year after George Floyd pressure to add police amid rising crime You think maybe those variables are connected? Folks? I'm just asking the George Floyd incident to subsequent war on police. That happened afterwards. Police get castrated. Crime goes up. You think you think those variables may be correlated? I'm just asking. I'm just throwing that out

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Fresh update on "jen" discussed on VB in the Middle

VB in the Middle

01:07 min | 38 min ago

Fresh update on "jen" discussed on VB in the Middle

"Is the vice president visiting the border this week went earlier this month, she dismissed a trip like that, saying it would be a grand gesture. She also said in an interview with NBC that she would be open to going to the border if it was an appropriate time. She said that after she said that, so that's important context. They go back and forth so much for this stuff, she said. Well, she said this and then she said that and then and then actually, she said, this, It's like I thought she said that interview that she'd already been there. Gen. Well, actually, what Peter points out later, is that she also said she's never been to Europe. Does she think these are the same things? Um, it's almost it gets frustrating because Peter Doocy does ask valid questions. But you're never going to get even close to a response from Jen Psaki. She is a BS artist. It's really It's something to behold the way she twists and turns around answering any actual questions, and they're not hard questions surges basic questions. Alright when we get back, I want to talk about jobs. And here's why there's Millions of job openings, and it doesn't seem like there's a lot of people to fill these job openings. I want to know your experience. Have you been seeing help Wanted signs, you know? Are your kids Maybe teenagers, you know, picking up one or two jobs? What are people doing right now? To fill these positions? I've heard of people headhunting like going around and giving out cards to other people saying, Hey, you do a good job waitressing come to my restaurant, but I have to imagine that people are getting desperate to fill these jobs, especially as we hit the peak summer months. 844 542 42. I want to hear from you guys. The Biden administration says there's no correlation. Between the millions of jobs that are open and the extra money they're sending out to Americans to.

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U. S. Senate, Jen Psaki And GOP discussed on AP News Radio

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 1 d ago

U. S. Senate, Jen Psaki And GOP discussed on AP News Radio

"The U. S. Senate is poised for showdown today with a test vote plan for a sweeping federal elections bill it's called the for the people act and it's a top priority for Democrats to ensure access to polling places and mail in ballots for elections pushed harder even now in response to some GOP led states imposing tighter restrictions this year but White House press secretary Jen Psaki points out most GOP lawmakers are opposed they've been clear of the Republican Party and Republicans in the Senate they do not want to make it easier to vote they do not want to make it more

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Fresh update on "jen" discussed on The Dana Show

The Dana Show

00:23 min | 52 min ago

Fresh update on "jen" discussed on The Dana Show

"Election. Hmm. You all know who that is This one of my favorite senator, some Louisiana That is Senator John Kennedy, and he's hysterical. I always think that he would just I always think that he is probably one of the funniest people to sit next to look at a dinner party. He just seems that way. Welcome back to the show. I'm Dana last analyzed dot com. Lot of stuff that we've gone over today. It's with the president is going to be speaking here coming up. And if you sign up to the newsletter, chapter and verse, which you can access it either it's on sub stacked. You can also find it. When you go up to Dana lash dot com go up to the top and hit subscribe course The website is gonna start looking a little bit differently here, but all kinds of the things you can go up and get out that way, because I'm going to have a bunch of stuff coming at you. Especially as it relates to, um the crime and crime increase, etcetera because the president as I said, he's going to be speaking about Coming up at 2 30 Central 3 30 Eastern. He's going to have to get into some gun. He's gonna have to get into some gun control because there's lots of crime because of the police. Defending police in there, all right? No, it's not because of that. It's just because of the you lawful gun owners. In fact, this is Jen Psaki at the press or just a little bit ago where she was asked about Guns ours. Listen. On guns. All advocates are saying there should be a guns are is that something that's still being considered by the White House? One person that's responsible and spearheading this work on gun reform. The president's responsible..

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Restaurants are Back - What Now?

Smart Kitchen Show

02:04 min | 2 d ago

Restaurants are Back - What Now?

"Jen story this week about some some news on foot traffic restaurants which is up fifty percents since the beginning of the year. This that's apprising but like what we're seeing there is. we're hearing. what. The data origen. Yeah so this. Data came from a tech company called Marketing tech company. I reach and they do a lot of restaurant marketing tech and they basically said this week. That foot traffic to restaurants and also they did put some retail in with that In this report But it's up forty eight percent since the start of twenty twenty one which You know. I think like you said mike. It's not terribly surprising. Now that Vaccines are more. Widely distributed and economy is in cities are fooling reopened or almost reopened so This was always gonna happen I think i did think it was interesting And they didn't go into excruciating detail about this but san diego california had a one hundred ninety eight percent increase in foot traffic since january. Twenty twenty one and then los angeles and san jose were next both at one hundred forty one percent so You know california took. I think it was Five of the top seven spots on the list of cities with increases in foot traffic I wonder how much of that is. Due like what states had mandated kind of limitations on restaurants. If you're down. Maybe in the south where there wasn't as many restrictions to delete governors be more permissive to the jumps weren't as big but also like another more interesting part of the story is When you read about it and kind of what. We're hearing as well as like so many of these restaurants that are seeing surging traffic or having trouble staffing and this kind of goes to another story. I read earlier in the week. And that's so many folks who were in the restaurant industry during the pandemic found other work and they don't plan on going

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Dr. Jen Gunter Explains the Evolutionary Theory of Menopause

Women's Health By Heather Hirsch

01:46 min | Last week

Dr. Jen Gunter Explains the Evolutionary Theory of Menopause

"You think about the burden of reproduction having a child and just the the burden of the blood loss that Of the fact that we're getting a big head through small pelvis. Great all these all this carnage and i seven weeks. Yes i know right exactly and so. Who's there to help with. You know the with with the gathering food for the breastfeeding mom. Who's gavin shelter. Who's running around the looking. After the two year old and the four year old grandmother can do that but she can only do it if she's not burdened with reproduction herself and so that's the grandmother hypothesis is that you know somewhere in our ancestral ancestral. History some women lived beyond the reproduction and they pass those genetics along and because their families were more successful they had grandmother. They passed that longevity along. Yes i love the point. You made that. Like we think about men as hunters and gathers and getting all the food right and then he said well. That's pretty laborious. Like let's you just think about like men waving the dead deer around or something but it was really the grandmothers who are getting all the food and feeding their family. And then when you think about like even twenty twenty i think about my mom dislike constantly buying so much food in fact by sisters i always joke about how much food she buys for like one gathering of like three adults. You'd think she's feeding eighty people go. You know but i loved that point and how relevant it still is that grandmothers. Get the food.

What to Expect From Biden's First Foreign Trip as President

First Light

02:13 min | Last week

What to Expect From Biden's First Foreign Trip as President

"Biden already well into his second day, now his first full day of activities of his first overseas trip as chief executive. Clayton Neville reports on the first round of activities. Michael the president and first lady were greeted by American troops and their families at Royal Air Force milled in home. The first lady assured the troops that supporting them is her top priority. You are heroes, and that's why supporting you is so personal to US President Biden embarking on an eight day trip with the purpose of reasserting the US on the world stage at every point along the way. We're gonna make it clear that the United States is back. And democracies of the world are standing together to tackle the toughest challenges and the issues that matter most to our future. That we're committed to, leading with strength. Defending our values. And delivering for our people. The trip started with some good news from the White House. The Biden administration announced an agreement with Visor to purchase 500 million covid vaccine doses to be donated to more than 90 lower income countries over the next year. Busy week for the president to laid out his agenda. I'm heading to the G seven, then to the NATO ministerial and then Meet with Mr Putin to let him know. What I want him to know. That meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin will come in Geneva next weekend, of course, is one of the more high profile meetings on the trip with a rising number of cyberattacks linked to groups in Russia. National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan said the president's discussion with Putin will be significant. It's about a relationship of clarifying What our expectations are and laying out that if certain kinds of harmful activities continue to occur, there will be responses from the United States. White House press secretary Jen Psaki was asked if the president was ready for the Putin meeting and others He's been getting ready for 50 years, he has been on the world stage. He's known a number of these leaders for decades, including President Putin and including a number of the leaders, he'll see it NATO and he'll see at the G seven in the days ahead. The U. S expected to re engage in the

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Facebook Suspends Trump for 2 Years, Then Will Reassess

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 2 weeks ago

Facebook Suspends Trump for 2 Years, Then Will Reassess

"Facebook says Donald trump's accounts will be suspended for two years after finding that some of his posts stoked violence before the capital insurrection the move freezes the ex-president's accounts until early twenty twenty three which he calls an insult coupled with his permanent Twitter band that could put trump at a serious disadvantage as he mulls a twenty twenty four white house run some social media platforms are now key tools for politicians aides say trump's been working on launching his own platform but has not yet a blog he started on his existing website shut down after less than a month of drawing dismal traffic Facebook says it will reassess the suspension after two years White House spokeswoman Jen Psaki is not holding her breath feels pretty unlikely that the zebras gonna change his stripes over the next two years Sager made Donnie Washington

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Biden Offers Tax Deal to Republicans in Infrastructure Talks

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 2 weeks ago

Biden Offers Tax Deal to Republicans in Infrastructure Talks

"President Biden continues to Dicker with Senate Republicans on how to pay for his one point seven trillion dollar plan to rebuild the nation's infrastructure president Biden meets again Friday with West Virginia Republican senator Shelley Moore capital the GOP's negotiator with the white house on the president's infrastructure bill Biden has proposed a fifteen percent minimum corporate income tax because of Republican opposition to returning corporate taxes to the twenty eight percent level they were before the trump tax cut press secretary Jen Psaki that certainly doesn't violate anything about the twenty seventeen taxes so that's what he's putting forward as as an idea that he's asking them where their point of view as sucky as one thing is certain no user fee increases as proposed by the GOP we're not going to go down the road if user fees or other areas that would raise taxes on the American people it's not certain if Friday's meeting between Biden and capital will be in person Tim acquire Washington

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Biden Floats 15% Minimum Corporate Tax to Pay for Infrastructure Plan

AP 24 Hour News

00:31 sec | 2 weeks ago

Biden Floats 15% Minimum Corporate Tax to Pay for Infrastructure Plan

"Talks I'm Tim acquire with an A P news minute. The Biden administration says the best way to pay to rebuild the infrastructure is corporate taxes. President proposing the Republicans a minimum 15% tax press secretary Jen Psaki says increased user fees are a no go if they're Republicans want to go back to raising the Corporate rate as a part of this specific negotiation. We are absolutely for that. And we think that these corporations could pay more. If there are other options. Great. We're not going to go down the road of user fees or other areas that would raise taxes on the American people. The

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Fauci's Emails Give Insight to Early Days of COVID Response

Sean Hannity

00:39 sec | 2 weeks ago

Fauci's Emails Give Insight to Early Days of COVID Response

"Says Chief medical advisor Dr Anthony Fauci can speak for himself about emails released under the Freedom of Information Act request. The emails have sparked backlash from Republicans critical of Dr Fauci. His comments on the possibility Covid 19 came from the lab. Asked about the emails and Dr Fauci, White House press secretary Jen Psaki said. He's been an undeniable asset and our country's pandemic response. But it's obviously not advantageous for me to relitigate the substance of emails from 17 months ago, House Republicans are calling for Dr Fauci to testify about the origins of the virus. President Biden has ordered intelligence agencies to expand their efforts in pinpointing how the pandemic began

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Biden Releases Vaccine Sharing Plan as Demand Drops at Home

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 2 weeks ago

Biden Releases Vaccine Sharing Plan as Demand Drops at Home

"The blighted administration has released its long awaited plan to share vaccine doses with the world as demand for shots in the U. S. fall sharply the White House is touting the overall vaccination numbers already sixty three percent of adult Americans have received at least one shot virus response coordinator Jeff sciences urging those who have not received at least one to do so and the White House is playing up incentives available for getting shots free beer that seems to be very appealing but spokeswoman Jen Psaki knows that may not be enough ultimately this is going to be up to individuals to get shots in their arms we can take every creative step we possibly can take Sager mag ani Washington

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JBS Resumes Most Meat Production After Weekend Cyberattack

America's First News

02:05 min | 2 weeks ago

JBS Resumes Most Meat Production After Weekend Cyberattack

"Most production after a weekend cyber attack, but experts say those vulnerabilities exposed remain far from result. JBs notified the government. The ransom demand came from the ransomware gang revolt, which is believed operate out of Russia. If so, it would mark the latest cyberattack ahead of President Biden summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin. White House press secretary Jen Psaki says President Biden plans to confront the Russian president. The president has launched a rapid strategic review to address the increased threat of rent somewhere to include four major lines of effort, disruption of ransomware infrastructure and actors working closely with the private sector. We will work in partnership with them. That is something that this administration has done ah, bit differently than in the past in working to find best practices, ensuring that Private sector entities have a seat at the table, and we can work in close coordination building an international coalition to hold countries who harbor ransom actors. Accountable mean this attack is an example of how this is not just a problem in the United States. These are actors that are working to get into systems around the world. This was a company obviously based in Brazil, but Australia was a major It was impacted. Also by this is the U. S going to retaliate and realistically, what options are on the table is a counterattack and option. Would you expect this to be one of the issues that the president will discuss with President Putin at the summit? That will be two weeks from today. If my if my calendar is correct in my mind's on in terms of considerations of, you know, we're not taking any options off the table in terms of how we may respond. But of course, there's an internal policy review process to consider that where in direct touch with the Russians as well to convey our concerns about these reports? President Biden says he is considering retaliation for the attacks. When pressed by reporters, he slyly admitted With a smile that Putin is trying to test him. Thank you for listening. Please

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Largest Meat Producer Getting Back Online After Cyberattack

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 2 weeks ago

Largest Meat Producer Getting Back Online After Cyberattack

"The world's biggest meat processor says it has resumed in most production after a weekend ransomware attack J. B. S. as expected the vast majority of its plants to operate today the Brazilian companies America's second biggest producer of beef pork and chicken and the attack was the second in a month on critical U. S. infrastructure after hackers shut down the nation's biggest fuel pipeline they went after gas and they went after hot dogs no one is out of bounds here experts like former U. S. cybersecurity chief Chris Krebs on NBC's today show warned the attack expose vulnerabilities that private companies must address at the White House this attack is a reminder spokeswoman Jen Psaki says it's on the private sector to harden defenses given a growing threat Sager mag ani Washington

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NATO Ministers Meet to Prepare Summit, Afghan Withdrawal

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 3 weeks ago

NATO Ministers Meet to Prepare Summit, Afghan Withdrawal

"Ministers are meeting to prepare a summit which will both look at the pier to head and discuss immediate issues such as the Afghanistan with floral NATO's foreign and defense ministers will connect to lay the groundwork for the military alliance's first summit with president Joe Biden will set aside forty mulch use years working with the trump administration one of the main aim of the summit is to reaffirm the unity of the thirty nations security alliance NATO secretary general Jens Stoltenberg says this is a pivotal moment for our lines on our collective security but the most pressing issue is how best to wind up NATO's operations in Afghanistan I'm Charles to let us know

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Senate Republicans Release $928 Billion Infrastructure Counteroffer

WBAP Morning News

01:49 min | 3 weeks ago

Senate Republicans Release $928 Billion Infrastructure Counteroffer

"Biden's infrastructure plan because responding Clayton Devil says proposed spending continues to be the main hold up. GOP senators introduced a $928 billion counteroffer to President Biden's $1.7 trillion plan. His initial proposal was well upward of two trillion The Republican plan includes money for roads and bridges for airports, water systems, public transit in broadband. It sticks to the core infrastructure features that we talked to initially It's a serious effort to try to reach a bipartisan agreement, Senator Shelley Moore Capito said The biggest question right now seems to be over the gap and propose spending, but she intends to keep negotiating the alternative. Which is a partisan reconciliation process would be destructive to our future bipartisan attempts but also doesn't serve the American public Republicans pushing back against proposed tax hikes and plan to repurpose billions of unspent covert relief money to help pay for infrastructure projects. The Biden administration, though adamantly opposing that. White House press secretary Jen Psaki said those cuts could imperil pending a too small businesses or two restaurants in rural hospitals. While touting his infrastructure plan is a community college in Cleveland. President Biden reiterated the importance of investing in the economy. We must be number one in the world to lead the world in the 21st century, he said. The U. S can't afford to fall any further behind. Now's the time Build the foundation that we've laid. To make bold investments in our families and our communities and our nation. The White House said it hopes to see progress in bipartisan talks by Memorial Day. Clayton Nevil, WB AP News

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Biden Administration to Reimpose Sanctions on Belarus Over Diverted Flight

BBC Newsday

00:54 sec | 3 weeks ago

Biden Administration to Reimpose Sanctions on Belarus Over Diverted Flight

"Says it will impose further sanctions against Belarus after last Sunday's force diversion to Minsk of a commercial airliner. The incident resulted in the detention of an opposition journalist and his girlfriend. Ellie McConnell reports. White House press secretary Jen Psaki called the events of last Sunday a direct affront to international norms, She said the events took place amid an escalating wave of repression by the regime of President Alexander Lukashenko. In response, the United States will reimpose sanctions against nine Belarusian state and enterprises blocking US citizens from any transactions with, um it will also work with the European To draw up a list of targeted sanctions against key members of the Lukashenka administration associated with human rights abuses and corruption, the falsification of the 2020 election on the events off last Sunday President

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How Ditching the Drink Set Me Free With Loyiso Mkele

Goodbye to Alcohol

02:30 min | 3 weeks ago

How Ditching the Drink Set Me Free With Loyiso Mkele

"I live in eldorado park the south of tobruk. I'm a forty one year old mother off one. I have a ten year old boy. He's fine he's a bit of a headache. But you know how boys can be. I stay with my son and my mom in our family home and moved back home after i went to the uk. I mean to the u. s. for work and then i wasn't sure what to do for a living and is subsequently started a research company. I have market research agency. Which is what. I'm doing at the moment and i have a healthcare catering business which has expanded into beijing. And i'll tell you about it at some point in this interview because that's relevant so louis so. When did you first start worrying about the wine a little bit. I seem to remember you. Facebook message megyn of the blue and said i'm worried about my. Yeah i did. I was so happy and surprised to have good you interview on the radio. One of your first ones on 702 Jen i know you from way back so when i heard your name on the radio and we're doing this world without wind thing i thought oh my goodness this is right up alley. I've always been way of that. My drinking was going to be bed. So iran when i was a teenager. I don't know if i came across some literature or something. But i suddenly realized i was really predisposed to becoming an because i had a parent who was one. My father was a heavy heavy heavy drinker. He's late now. And so i became really stocky aware of the fact that i might end up becoming a heavy drinker. I did for most of college. Avoid drinking so. I stopped taking that little bud. Lav class of champagne that we have on christmas or new year. We do that as as black families. We have that one last to celebrate once or twice a year. So when i was about sixteen i stopped having their class because i was like. I'm going to become an alcoholic. Here i know with this is going so i didn't touch. I touched booze. But i really regulated up until i was about twenty five when i was working now i i had a stable income. I had a stable life. I worked for the municipality. I slipped into this routine of going to work coming from work. Going to gym by myself a storm and this became thing it became. I started having one every single day. And that's when it started.

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"jen" Discussed on Words of Jen

Words of Jen

01:47 min | 7 months ago

"jen" Discussed on Words of Jen

"This is jen and you are listening to words of jenn. This is episode number sixty seven. This episode is part of nepad. Pomo twenty twenty in this episode. I'm going to read you a poem that i wrote about my allergies. I originally wrote this on a tumbler. Blog that no longer exists. It was probably written in twenty seventeen. But it's still relevant today at least to me and possibly to some of you if you also have allergies. This one is called vicious cycle. My allergies make me too sick to concentrate on work. My allergy medicines takeaway symptoms but make me sleepy. Being sleepy makes it even harder to concentrate on work. Lack of ability to concentrate while sleepy makes me take a nap naps. Make me sleep for hours and hours sleeping for hours and hours makes me behind on my work. Falling behind makes me stay up all night trying to catch up on work. Staying up all night means that i am awake when the sun comes up the sun coming up means the flowers start doing pollen into the air. Pollen causes my allergies to flare up my allergies. Make me too sick to concentrate on work. And that is the end of that poem. If you enjoy listening to read a piece of my writing to you you can find more episodes of words of jenn on book gen..

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"jen" Discussed on Words of Jen

Words of Jen

02:53 min | 7 months ago

"jen" Discussed on Words of Jen

"This is jen and you are listening to words of jenn. This is episode number sixty six and this is part of now. Pod pomo twenty twenty in this episode. I'm going to read to you a poem. I wrote in two thousand seventeen on tumbler. Blog that no longer exists. I wrote this poem shortly after the trump administration had taken over and caused all kinds of horrific problems. That seem to be coming at us really fast. And today when i read this poem it kind of feels to me like it fits into our current situation. We're still dealing with the trump administration and we're dealing with covid nineteen so this poem is titled. We are in the wrong time line. Not sure when it happened exactly but things are not the same time moves differently now than it did before the days and hours moves so slowly from morning until night and yet the hours filled with a frenzy of so many things. It's all happening at once. Smushed into a time span where it doesn't fit. I'm trying to keep up with all the shenanigans that are going on but some of it is slipping through my fingers and speeding away before i can find the words to pin it down in blog posts each day stretches itself out. It is not daylight savings time. Nothing feels right anymore. It's all uncomfortable and stagnant the atmosphere. The air that we breathe is heavier pressing down upon us. gravity has increased. Its strength just enough for us to feel the difference. My world is moving at a snail's pace. How is it possible that all these awful things are happening so quickly while everything else slows to a crawl. This isn't how it's supposed to be. We are in the wrong time line. Maybe we fell through a wormhole and then collectively had amnesia. We are down the rabbit hole now. Trying to figure out which talking door is lying to us in which one is telling us the truth. I'll be searching my dreams for the key. The clue the missing pieces that can put us right again. There must be some way back. And that's the end of this poem titled we are in the wrong time line. If you'd like to hear me read more of my writing to you you can find more episodes of words of jan at book.

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"jen" Discussed on Words of Jen

Words of Jen

02:27 min | 7 months ago

"jen" Discussed on Words of Jen

"This is jen and you are listening to words of jenn. This is episode number sixty two. And i'm recording this as part of nepad. Pomo twenty twenty. Today i'm going to read you a poem. It's a poem i wrote in two thousand eighteen. I posted it on medium temporarily. it really didn't get any attention. So i pulled off medium and put it on my blog. Post this poem is about. Chronic illness and chronic pain which i experienced for various reasons and having a really high pain day today so it seemed appropriate to read this poem. Onwards of jenn right now. It's called that demon named pain. That demon named pain has come back around to torment me demands. All of my attention won't let me sleep. Eat or focus on anything other than itself and insatiable creature. It steals away everything of value my time health quality of life robs me of all that sustains me laughs and wants more that demon pain with it's jealousy green colored skin shrinks. My world ever smaller convince his friends to keep their distance beyond a sea of canceled plans. Sometimes i break free walk outside for awhile. That demon pain hunts me down like a vengeful controlling partner who exacts a heavy price. Now i'm getting side. I well sitting in a priority seat on the bus. They can't see my invisible illnesses. That demon pain rips and burns my body. I grimace and refused to scream things that ease. The symptoms provide small moments of blissful nece the illusion dissipates all too soon right back to being tortured by that demon named pain. And that is the end of this episode. If you are interested in hearing read more of my pieces of writing to you you can find that. In my words gen. Podcast at dot.

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"jen" Discussed on Words of Jen

Words of Jen

05:13 min | 8 months ago

"jen" Discussed on Words of Jen

"This is jen and you are listening to words of jenn. This is episode. Sixty and i'm recording this on november eighth twenty twenty as part of nepad pomo in this episode. I will read to you a short story that i originally posted on mastodon in twenty eighteen true story of what happened when a large and incredibly dumb spider decided to come in for a visit. This one is titled strider is recalculating. I have just addicted the dumbest spider in all of the land. Out of the corner of my. I see something move on the wall across the room from me. I look up to see a big spider crawling from the open window. It heads for the ceiling. I tell the spider go back outside. The spider shuffles around a bit moves across the ceiling. Stops it decides to go back to the wall above the window. Suddenly the spider jumps off the wall. It quickly realizes that it has miscalculated. A spool of spider threat is deployed. And i watched. The spider tried to catch himself before he splits all eight legs wiggling around to the air. A spider tries to stick himself to the thread. Can spiders have panic after successfully getting itself back to the wall above the curtain. The spider decides to run. It uses the edge where the wall meets the ceiling as a guide and tries to sumo shit self into a little hole between the ceiling. Panels spider figures out that it is too big to fit. In the first little hole it moves quickly to the next one and the next and the one after that gaining speed doesn't fit in any spider freaks out some more hugh yacky sacks the spider continues heading to the corner of the room near light fixture. It stands in what is now. The brightest part of the room biter takes a moment to collect itself after a pause. And i assume whatever kind of meditation spiders due to calm themselves down. It comes up with the new plan. Yeah it would be better to just try to go back outside. Spider crawls across the wall toward the window passes right by the window. Spider stops thinks. The spider turns around and moves toward the window. Again it decides to use the space where the wall and window meet as a road. Dark brown spider tries to blend in with the pastel green wall and fails miserably. It's good so long very carefully after realizing that it is too big to fit for spider. Legs dangle off the side of the ridge with every step. The spider takes clumsy spider. Falls down onto the top of the curtain. Rod spider makes a new plan. It is going to try and climb down the curtain the front of the curtain that faces. The room has some texture. The spider of course chooses to use the back side of the curtain. The part that faces the window it picked the side that is covered with a slick blackout. Coding i peak around the curtain and watch the spider start to slide down legs. Flailing spider determines that it has severely miscalculated it flings itself at the window glass and tries to smush itself into it. The spider fail. How did a creature this dumb live long enough to grow so big spider. Sit still recalculating. It decides that the best thing to do now to crawl away from the window and go back up. The wall spider wanders aimlessly yet anxiously when it gets low enough to reach. I slam a glass over him. Push piece of thin cardboard between spider and wall. These are the tools. I use to vic spiders. Most of the spiders pause unsure of what just happened to them some poke at the glass and others try and turn around in hopes of finding the way out this spider repeatedly slams itself against the glass with all of its might over and over again. This is not normal behavior out of concern that this spider is actually going to wind up killing itself. I rushed to the back door. I flipped the glass upside down holding the cardboard against it. As i said it on the porch railing lifting the glass usually results in having the captured spider. Run away to safety. This spider however can't figure out how to get out of the glass. It tries to stay inside and i resort to gently shaking him out it pauses and sits on the piece of cardboard spider recalculates then carefully crawls along the poor trailing and goes on his way. Good luck to you. Dumbest spider and all of the land. And that's the end of this episode. Where i have read to you. A piece called spider is recalculating. If you'd like to read more pieces of my writing to you you can find them in the words of john. Podcast at of.

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"jen" Discussed on Inspirational Interviews with Jen Rodd

Inspirational Interviews with Jen Rodd

05:59 min | 8 months ago

"jen" Discussed on Inspirational Interviews with Jen Rodd

"You know. messaging me from the ten saying in my tent now seeing the water dripping in. I'm busy listening to your show or you know. Just yes so. Many beautiful Bits of feedback coming from you guys. And i'm yeah i'm i'm i'm super grateful to to have that also two way conversation because just like you guys you know when we do what we love we. We want feedback. We need feedback as human beings. That's why we need each other. Because yeah we you know. I've always said without another person. We almost don't exist. you know. We almost need another person to to mira us and to to be our reflection and to be are sounding board and to be a friend and a partner and a companion you know we need other human beings and just like when you're going out there and try to make your dreams come true and do what you love in life. You still need feedback and everyone needs. This are for me. It's been amazing and you know. Thank you guys for giving me. Yeah a reason also to keep going. Because i get your feedback and that's yes that's what touches me because i our cool you know this is this is. This is hitting the mark that i wanted to hit. You know this is touching lives In a way that..

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"jen" Discussed on Inspirational Interviews with Jen Rodd

Inspirational Interviews with Jen Rodd

05:05 min | 8 months ago

"jen" Discussed on Inspirational Interviews with Jen Rodd

"I really believe that you know when we have goals for ourselves. that's what Brings us joys human beings. Human beings are evolutionary. And we we need to move forward you know. And that is where we're able to benchmark ourselves in terms of all we actually moving forward you know by having little goals and you can see you know these progress. Yeah story welcome to inspirational into this with way. You will discover everyday life hots connecting with the truth find out what inspires them to do what they love how they got here and why they never give up be inspired by these stories to create your beautiful life was your first jan rot. Hi guys welcome. Buttons bracelet are voice of you that followed the show every week and no which guest is coming on week off week with nouri that this week Rick true week was going to come out and well. That hasn't happened sir. I thought well i'm going to show up post knee and explain to you guys. Why and Yeah like everyone's life story. I guess Yeah when when we share stories it becomes inspirational because as always say we're able to mirror mirror lives and murray stories and while while this is now my story that i'm bringing you this week You'll have your own little unique stories that are unfolding and bubbling as we speak. So i'm just going to share a little bit of a little bit of my current a snippet from my life story with you guys. So basically i started the shar now over a year ago and yeah i mean i just. I knew i was going to stop the shar. I've been doing the sorts of things you know hosting talk shows live and also doing some things on tv as well and and also hosting another talk show on youtube and facebook which was cold a million stories. So this is something..

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"jen" Discussed on Words of Jen

Words of Jen

02:21 min | 8 months ago

"jen" Discussed on Words of Jen

"This is jen and you are listening to words of jenn. This is episode number fifty nine in this one. I'm going to read to you a poem. I wrote in two thousand eighteen. I wrote it originally on medium and pulled it off of their later. After i realized that not a lot of people seem to want to read poetry on medium and it really wasn't getting any attention so it's been on my book of john website ever since it is a poem that i said i wrote two twenty eighteen. But it's it's still relevant today it keeps coming up. It has to do a little bit with politics and how people react to it. This episode is part of now. Pod pomo twenty twenty and this one is titled. The outrage machine made a twitter account filled. With all that you hate anonymously used to instigate and aggravate paid protesters use scream with no evidence shown terrified to consider views different from your own. The same gif is posted as everyone else by those who insist they can think for themselves. Don't they have jobs. You facetiously implore letting everyone know how much you hate. The poor protesters aren't toddlers throwing a tantrum. They're fighting for rights your refusing to grant them a series of numbers. After your name means you are a but with no right to complain. The outrage machine requires its fuel supply to a daily by furious fools. Your stream of hate speech is easily thwarted with just a few clicks blocked and reported in the dead of the night. Can't hide from what's true without all that rage you'd have nothing to do and that brings us to the end of this episode with little poem called the outrage machine. If you would like to hear me read more of my writing to you you can find that. On more episodes of words of jenn at book of john.

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"jen" Discussed on Words of Jen

Words of Jen

03:39 min | 8 months ago

"jen" Discussed on Words of Jen

"You are listening to words of Jen. Where I read to you one piece of my writing in each and every episode wage, this is Jen and you are listening to words of gen. This is episode number 58 and this episode is part of Na pod promo $20 off the title of this episode is dreaming of Buffets. My husband and I are at a pizza place that we used to frequent before we moved halfway across the country. It has a small buffet in the corner that includes slices of pizza with a variety of toppings. There is a salad bar baked chicken and a small selection of desserts. I'm standing their plate in hand trying to decide what to eat. The delicious smell of pizza fills the air and I reach out to pick up a few slices. And then I wake up. I've been having very vivid dreams about the phase. This is quite unexpected considering that I suffer from food intolerance and allergies and don't really enjoy eating based on what I've read on the internet. It appears that many people are having memorable dreams during the covid-19 pandemic. In another dream. We are at a local Chinese buffet. There is a wide selection of food to choose from. I fill up a plate with egg rolls fried rice and steamed vegetables everything smells and tastes delicious. When I wake up it Dawns on me that this Chinese buffet no longer exists. It closed years ago and a fancy coffee shop moved in and remodeled the location the call shop did well until the covid-19 restrictions caused it to close. I've also dreamed about standing in line at a Panda Express, which my sleeping mind has decided. She counts as a buffet in this dream. I am starving and staring at the piles of food behind the plexiglass. It is unclear what kind of food I ordered the worker hands me a to-go container, which warms my hands as I walk away. More than once I've dreamed about the local HomeTown Buffet my choice of food. This time is a plate of fresh vegetables from the salad bar with spinach leaves cherry tomatoes peas shredded carrots and some brightly colored pickled beets go on the plate. There's room for a little bit of ranch dressing. I wake up before I get to eat any of it. Once again. This is a buffet that went out of business several years ago. My subconscious mind is trying to feed me but most of the buffets it selects are long gone. Maybe these dreams are a metaphor for 2020 the things that used to sustain us before the pandemic are disappearing and some may never return this brings us to the end of episode 58 of words of gen if you enjoyed listening to me off a piece of my writing to you you can find more episodes on book of Jen. Net.

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"jen" Discussed on Words of Jen

Words of Jen

04:45 min | 1 year ago

"jen" Discussed on Words of Jen

"You, are listening to words of Jenn. where I read to you one piece of my writing. In each and every episode. This is Jen and you are listening to words of Jenn. This is episode number fifty six in this one. I share with you a little story. I wrote based on the antics of one of my neighbors on Memorial Day weekend. This one is called. It ain't gonNA, work. My neighbor, who loudly and frequently build stuff has wield a kayak holder to the back of his pickup. I'm fairly certain. He built the holder himself. A familiar rattling and squealing noise was my first clue that the kayaks were coming out. Of course I decided to look out the window to see what was happening. Neighbor puts his two kayaks into the back of his red pickup truck. One falls out school weaking its way to the ground. Neighbor stands and stares at it momentarily dumbfounded. He picks up the escaping yellow Kayak and places it inside the back of his red pickup next to the Blue Kayak. That was already in there. They are side by side now and filling up the entire back of the truck. Neighbor attempts to shut the tailgate on the back of the pickup. The Blue Kayak is too long for the truck and it is sticking out past the end of it. Neighbor cannot close the tailgate. He fiddles with the kayaks for awhile, and eventually realizes there is no possible way to make the Blue Kayak fit inside the bed of the pickup truck. He leaves the tailgate open and begins an attempt to find some way to secure the KAYAKS. I predict that both kayaks will fly out of the pickup bed when the truck reaches speed. Neighbor walks away for a moment when he returns, he stacks Yellow Kayak on top of the blue, won a small square and. A flag like piece of fabric has been attached to the end of the Blue Kayak. Next he begins filling up the rest of the truck bed. With all manner of things. Some folding chairs go in along with a small cooler. Possibly some fishing gear, and what might be.

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"jen" Discussed on Words of Jen

Words of Jen

09:45 min | 1 year ago

"jen" Discussed on Words of Jen

"You are listening to words of. Jenn where I read to you one piece of my writing in each and every episode this is Jen and you are listening to words of Jenn Episode Number Fifty Five. This one is called pandemic dreams. The bedroom was filled with daylight as I started to. Wake up on the bed next to me was a German shepherd. This was unexpected because my husband and I do not have a dog. The German shepherd was lying on his side facing away from me. The dog was resting its head on a pillow and was fast asleep. He was radiating happiness and security not wanting to wake this mysterious dog but needing to know if he was real. I reached out my hand toward him. He was warm and his firm was soft. This German shepherd even smelled like a dog but an extremely clean one. He certainly seemed real. Okay Doug I thought to myself. You're obviously happy sleeping here. So let's take a nap. I turned onto my side. Rearranged my blankets and scooted closer to the dog. He snuggled up to me and seemed to smile a bit more when I put my arm around him. It wasn't until after I put my head back on my pillow that I heard a voice. He needs a blanket. The voice explained the voice sounded mail and I did not recognize it. Whoever was speaking wasn't in the bedroom with me and the dog. I looked down at the foot of the bed. A bright orange. Heavy blanket was sitting there neatly folded into a square eye. Unfurled the blanket and gently placed it over the German shepherd. He snuggled into the blanket. Still Fast Asleep. The scene I have just described did not to actually happen. I woke up shortly after it ended and realized it was nothing more than a dream. It was one of the most vivid dreams I've had in a long time. It was in full color and included sound texture. Even sent the best part of the stream was the powerful sense that everything was going to be. Okay that feeling was incredibly attractive. It was disappointing to have dissolve after I woke up for real this time in the midst of the in nineteen pandemic. I'm not the only one having strange extraordinarily vivid dreams right now. A quick Internet search brought up plenty of articles in which other people shared what they have been dreaming about. One of the articles noted that shortly after nine eleven people mentioned that they were having dreams that involved plane Crashes Today. Our minds are serving up dreams about an invisible virus. That's hard to visualize so people are dreaming up images that range from creepy too terrifying. My husband and I were sitting at a small table on the patio of a cafe. The table was made of decorative metal swirls as were the chairs we sat on there was a tall colorful drink on the table in front of me and a smaller drink in front of my husband. It was mid afternoon. And The Sun was glinting off the awnings of various restaurants that lined the street. The weather was nice and warm. The outdoor Patios were full and people were walking in the street together. I assumed we were at some place that was designed for tourists and pedestrians. There were no cars in sight. As I listened to my husband talking to me I noticed that some of the people in the street had stopped walking. They looked up and pointed at the sky glancing up. I saw several soap bubble balloons slowly floating across the sky. They came from somewhere behind the street of restaurants. My husband and I were sitting at moved across the sky and beyond the opposite St. I pointed out these soap bubble balloons to my husband and we watched them for a little while. The Sun was behind us so everyone was facing the other way to watch the balloons. It was relaxing. Some of the balloons were shaped like cats and others were heart-shaped. Suddenly I had a strange feeling something was wrong. I turned my head and looked down the street a direction. No one else was looking. There were things in the sky. I could hardly make out as they got closer. I realized that they were planes. The balloons were a distraction. We need to leave now. I said grabbing my husband's hand we ran down the street away from the planes. I explained to him what I had seen. The planes were old and had propellers the ones used in World War Two. They were silent which seemed impossible. It wasn't until we made it down the street and around the corner that the screaming started there was a university not too far away and we ran to it. One of the buildings was made of stone and designed to look like part of Castle. The door was closed but open to the instant. I raised my hand to knock on it. A woman opened the door and waved US inside. She slammed the door behind us and locked it. The woman had short hair and glasses and looked like she was someone who worked in this building. She asked us to a wall. Put a key into a lock. We did not see and open to passage way. We followed her. What looked like a thick metal wall? A door opened and another woman held it for us. The first woman was the last inside and she slammed the door. There were about fifteen to twenty people in here with us and everyone looked terrified. There were some couples a few families with small children and people who got here by themselves. The woman we met I put her finger to her lips in sh gesture. We are safe in here. She explained but we should stay quiet. They cannot get in. They cannot find us. We must wait this out. When I woke up I found myself feeling very anxious. In the dream. The virus took the form of old planes. That no one saw coming until it was too late. My husband and I ran for a safe place to shelter and wait it out. It is obvious that this dream was about my concerns about corona virus. I was wandering through my apartment searching for something that I was unable to find. It would help if I could remember what it was that I was looking for. I must have walked from the front door to the back bedroom. Dozens of times there was a noise of movement behind the couch. I found this confusing since I knew there was no one here but me behind the couch. There was a woman who was lying on the floor. I had no idea who she was or how she got there. Oh good you're here. She said standing up and brushing herself off. The woman wore a black shirt made from material. That was both sturdy and stretchy at the same time. She wore grey cargo pants with plenty of pockets. I was sent here to find you. She said come with me. Who are you I asked Oh right. You don't know that yet I'm you she replied. I must have given her a look of disbelief. I mean not you. I'm you from another time line. I gave this woman closer. Look she was younger than me. Possibly in her late twenties or early thirties she had long straight. Red Hair pulled back in a low ponytail just the way. I used to wear my hair when I was younger. She wasn't wearing glasses either. She had contact. Lenses or vision was much better than mine. She stood still waiting for me to recognize myself. The me from another timeline started to look familiar. I take after one side of my family. She looked like what I may have if I had taken. After the other side her bone structure was somewhat smaller than mine. Freckles dotted her face and she didn't have family knows the other me nodded. Her head smiled and reach out her hand. A bright oval-shaped portal open behind her. Come on we need to hurry. She said it's extremely important that we go right now before it's too late. I took her hand and followed her into the portal. After I woke up I tried to figure out what the story meant. My best. Guess is that it is about escaping. This chaotic scary dangerous world. It's too bad that I woke up before finding out where that Portland or why I was important enough to be brought here and that brings us to the end of this episode of words of Jenn. If you would like to hear me read more of my writing to you you can find more episodes of the words of Jenn podcast at look of Jenn dot net..

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"jen" Discussed on For the Love with Jen Hatmaker Podcast

For the Love with Jen Hatmaker Podcast

10:43 min | 1 year ago

"jen" Discussed on For the Love with Jen Hatmaker Podcast

"And when I read it I read it to David and I said David someone is saying what I can't say in. Its bet it doesn't have to be black or white. There can be a ground where all of it makes sense and it works for the common good like that can happen and she saying these words and a new that you were saying to people. Bet We're going to get fired up and be behind you one hundred percent and you were also saying people that were just wanted to knock you to the ground. But it's like the same way with like there can't doesn't have to be all one way or all the other there can be beautiful sacred ground right in the middle. Yes this is one of the tricks of the trade to keep US silenced and Silo D- And sidelined this is it this team. Which is you can either be this or you can be vis as a woman you can either be good or you can be selfish right. And so we've been handed these really outdated justice truckload of outdated conventions that don't work and they're not real they're made up. I'm telling you they are made up and I just can't help it like look at some of the more insidious forms of Patriarchy and how it has just broken people's hearts for so long and I think one of them is pitting women against each other like if women can just take each other out like this if we can create such binary ideas where we are unable to hold nuance with one another or tension or to say there's a huge spectrum here with a lot of points in between the nobody has to that workforce. We'll do it ourselves. I deeply believe in the power of dialogue and of mature discussion. That's a real through line in the book which is how do we purge our relationships of drama of these binary ideas of unnecessary conflict? And I think all that's possible I really do. I think we're grown up enough to manage our relationships like this. Our own ideas like this without just thrown in the talent saying well. I'm either one hundred percent or zero right. I love that what we have to start at the beginning of this book. We learned that. Jen is setting these chapters in these sections at. There's a purpose for them in the way that she wrote them and lay them out in the book. One of the first sections being. It's called who I am and we're going to wrestle with this for second we're GonNa talk about who we got. We got a new high ladies. We gotta know if we're going to move in this space. Let's first start with WHO I am. But what do you say to those listeners? Who like how the heck laugh I miss out? I mean firing back to some of your earlier words. What if they said to you Jim? I've been polished me for so long. I don't even know where to begin a love that woman I search compassion for her and I have such hope I believe that even if we have spent every living second of our lives Polish up the container it is never too late to get down to the core of what's real and what's true and figure out how to live out that I really do I. I don't think out of reach from a single woman on planet are so to your point the way the book is sort of structured of these five huge ideas in which. I discovered that both in my personal life and my community of women people were not integrated. We were not telling the whole truth there. One thing on the outside a different thing on the inside. Which was who. I am what I need what I want what I believe. And how connect and so we got a lot of disintegration inside those categories but we start with who I am because that's what matters most way outside of what we do or what we are good at or how our lives are operating right now. We push all that aside. We'll get to it but we start with like who are you like? How were you formed? How were you specifically created to flourish on this earth? What is your personality? How are you wired this matters so much? Because from that core everything flows. Some of our parents told us who we were are siblings. Assessment of us has real weird power. What they told us what are other adults in our life told us just the messages we received in the air. Like you and I were talking about a minute ago. You know the world has been us how to be since we were in kindergarten. Those label stick man and so I think some of us are operating out of what we might even say no. I think this is who I am. And my question is is it is it. It's worth examining is that true. Is that label over you real. Was it ever real even if it was. Is it still real heavy outgrown that? Have you evolved past that? How were you meant to live one thing? I want women to know right now when they're thinking like I don't even know if I could do that. I don't even know if I could get down to the bottom of that one thing. I want you to believe if you believe nothing else is that you can trust yourself like you. Can you can trust your instinct. You can trust your gut when your mind says Inuit. That isn't Hawaiian. Like she's been saying that to me for thirty five years. But that isn't not who I am or I've been pretending to be this for a really long time but my gut is telling me that's not real so I think if we can trust ourselves and settle into the pocket of some self identification. Then were ready to do everything else. And also what is the worst that can happen? What if you do the work? What if they called you a certain word growing up in? You did the work and he did. The heavy lifting comes found out. You still are that okay. Move on or you go. Good would have been worth it. You know won't have been worth it to figure that out for so long for most of my life. My mother called me a Popstar your pots Melissa that you start the pot and you know what? We're good food healthy amount of time. She was right. She called me that about six years ago and I don't know what it was about that moment but I just went. That doesn't ring true anymore. That's great I grew out of that and when we grow out of it we get to replace that label. We get to remove that. And that's the work that's worth the work. Oh it's so good. It's such a good example. In this section you talk about a actually referred to a young up and coming lesser heart. Hopefully get my get. Her name is Brennan Brown. You know what she can. Just keep trying you know she can. Just keep trying. Success may find. Its Way to her. I don't you start now. Go follow her on social media. Almost just give this kid a shot now. Our Queen Brunei Brown as us many things over the years but one of her best lessons and probably hardest is about true belonging. How it doesn't mean squishing in squeezing yourself to fit within a group but rather belonging to yourself. I would love to hear you explain that concept a little bit more. Why it even means what it s de Bernez been such a good teacher to me on this exact concept on what it means to belong to yourself as opposed to being behold in to your group norms or the sanctioned elements of your particular subculture. And everybody knows what I'm talking about those all different for each of us. You know whatever sort of environment you either grew up in that you find yourself as an adult. Every group has its own culture and so we can pretty much pretty quickly identify like these are the behaviors that keep you in really good standing inside your space. And these are the behaviors that get you kicked to the curb and what's valued. What isn't what's rewarded. What is punished? I say this about women all the time. We are very gifted at reading room and giving it what it wants. You know we have this very high emotional capacity emotional intelligence which can be harnessed for good by the way but I think what it is created are adult women who just SHAPE SHIFT RIGHT TO FIT. Whatever the room once we were told. It's your job to protect the temperature of this room so that nobody else gets either too hot or too cold but we didn't even set the temperature right like don't even charge of it. We're just in charge of keeping everybody else comfortable. So what I noticed in my own world like let's just talk specifically about kind of coming up through what would be considered kind of traditional conservative. Evangelical Women Subculture. That's like its own thing. Is that regardless of what was actually going on inside my heart soul mind? I was constantly trying to keep the peace in there because I knew the rules. I mean I knew exactly what was going to be rewarded and what was going to be punished so I was trying to keep the peace inside that ecosystem but what I learned is oh. I'm trying to keep the peace but I have no peace or I'm trying to keep the peace over here in this group but I m robbing other communities of their piece because refusing to stand with them or refusing to be their ally and so that's not a piece at all Martin Luther King Junior calls that a negative piece which is zero piece. That's fake peace and so you know Brenes idea of like belonging to ourselves which is exactly what this work is. It's digging really deep internally. What do I believe? Like what am I Convicted about what do I love? What do I not love? What's bringing me life? What's not who am I? And belonging to that belonging to who we are regardless of what the rules around us are telling us to do that's true belonging which is why she also calls that the Wilderness and that is how it can feel it can feel really scary to step out there where you're not hitting your marks anymore because that means no group is telling us who to be that we are going to have to decide that. I'm going to be entirely integrated and entirely true all the time with all people in every circumstance which is gonNa make exactly none of them. Happy doesn't this seem like fun work. Everybody it's not a hold. No but I'll tell you what there is something inside of that that is so liberating. I care so much about injustice and I am deeply convicted in principle person and I'm a leader and that carries a lot of weight and responsibility to me so I couldn't keep the lid on and so I came to a point where I knew Jen..

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"jen" Discussed on Words of Jen

Words of Jen

04:25 min | 2 years ago

"jen" Discussed on Words of Jen

"This his Jen and you are listening to words of jenn episode number fifty one in this episode. I'm going going to share with you a piece of my writing that I just wrote this one is called a festival of blogging. Last year. I joined in on the fun and became part of blog EST reborn. It was a wonderful opportunity. Unity to hang out in discord with the community of bloggers who had also decided to take on this challenge this year. I am taking part in in bogus. Twenty nine teen this festival of blogging is encouraging me to find the time to post content on my own blog on a regular basis. My goal is to post something every day this month. My one advantage in this challenges as my years of experience in blogging. The work I do as a freelance writer. Posting content on other people's blogs for pay started in twenty ten then somewhere along the way. I realized that I no longer needed to feel inspired before I could begin writing something my disadvantages. In regard to this challenge our many I have chronic illnesses. Some of which can make it extremely difficult to do any kind of writing or blogging. When that happens my drive to get things done remains but my body refuses to cooperate? At any moment I could encounter an Allergen that forces me to drop everything and take medication. My fibromyalgia could forgive me. fibro fog which clouds my thinking for an indeterminate. Amount of time or it can cause chronic pain in the form. I'm of muscle cramps. That can turn into muscle. Spasms pain is exhausting. Those are my reasons for choosing to join blog assed twenty nineteen as a participant instead of a mentor. I cannot guarantee that I'll be well enough to mentor. Bloggers on a regular basis. This what I can do is share my blog. 2019 strategy. Here I think that bloggers who also have chronic illnesses may find it useful whether or not they are taking part in this year's festival of blogging. Start creating posts surly and scheduling them to go live later doing so makes the deadline less stressful. It gives you the opportunity to create blogs that require a lot of time to put together finish the blogs you started and have left in draft starting from something is easier than staring at a blank page on days when you have little motivation low energy and no inspiration start thinking thinking of your personal blog as something that is worthy of your time and effort even if you make no money from it personally me. I have a tendency to put everything else. I which means my blog gets neglected. I'm hoping that blogging every day for a month will get me into the habit it of actually putting content on my blog on a regular basis. Do you have a gaming blog if so consider using up the screen shots. What's that you've taken and intended to put into a blog post someday? You don't have to use each and every screen shot. You took pick the ones that visually illustrate the in game thing that you want to write about. Have Fun the challenge of writing a blog post every day or even once a week is intended to spark creativity and encourage you to get into the habit of producing content regularly. If you find yourself getting fatigued it is perfectly the okay to take a break. Festivals are supposed to be fun after all and that brings us to the end of this episode called a festival of blogging. If you.

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"jen" Discussed on Jen Gotch is OK...Sometimes

Jen Gotch is OK...Sometimes

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"jen" Discussed on Jen Gotch is OK...Sometimes

"You can just introduce the podcast you remember what it's called you know what i think i should change the name to podcast jen feels good sometimes so close savitt jenkins good i think he feels better no then got the os now just got is better is best no jen gotch is k some times june june gouges okay sometimes so so much of what i'm doing personally and professionally with the podcast with bandeau and with the book i'm writing is really to get as many people as i can to a place of good mental health i think it's an important distinction to make that you can suffer from mental illness and still maintain good mental health just look at me for example now that's not to say every day is going to be amazing we definitely need bad days to recognize the good ones it does mean that your illness and even just your particular set of circumstances that might be getting you down don't have to put a limit on how good you can feel you are in control here and there are a ton of things you can be doing right now lake right now starting today to help you begin to feel better so please listen take notes and consider adopting some of these habits are right here we go.

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"jen" Discussed on Jen Gotch is OK...Sometimes

Jen Gotch is OK...Sometimes

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"jen" Discussed on Jen Gotch is OK...Sometimes

"Oh my god you made it to the end we did it yeah on instagram stories i sometimes we'll talk so long that the dashes turned into tiny dots and i have a name for the group of people that stick with it all the way to the end and that name is long hauler so you are now inducted into the long holler club welcome it's a really fun group of people anyways i hope this helped there's so much more to come next episode i'm going to talk about the emotional rating system i created with my mom and then after that we're going to switch it up and talk a little bit about my career path leading up to ban which i think will help you understand that there isn't always a direct path to success and that's okay i'm also gunning for just a hundred percent musical episode waiting on approval and lastly hey while i worked to set up an email associated with this podcast why don't you just direct message me on instagram it's jen gotch really easy to remember and tell me what you liked what you didn't like what you want to hear more about what resonated with you what helped because i'm really committed to framing these episodes so that they're valuable to you and the only way for me to find that out for sure as to hear from you so hit me up and have a great week.

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"jen" Discussed on Jen Gotch is OK...Sometimes

Jen Gotch is OK...Sometimes

02:47 min | 3 years ago

"jen" Discussed on Jen Gotch is OK...Sometimes

"Hi future john here coming in to give you some stats as promised first thing dammit it's not one in four it's one in five adults in america that experience a mental illness also forty three point eight million adults experience mental illness in a given year and one half of all chronic mental illnesses begin at the age of fourteen and three quarters of them by the age of twenty four so i just wanted to give pass jen and everyone listening that information back to the podcast a day made me forget where shoutout to add thank you add for sponsoring this episode of jenn gotcha okay sometimes now back to the program anyways so like i was saying here i am back thank you depression anxiety eighty hypo mania when i think about the the terms that were used describe that during more than nineteen seventy one so this is like mid to late seventies through the late eighties early nineties lack of focus laziness that's a bad one laziness versus depression that's a huge for me we'll definitely spend it up assode talking about that because if you've suffer from any sort of clinical depression or even situational depression i'm sure someone has labeled us lazy and you might have even labeled yourself as lazy and that's not what it is giving getting so mad about it hormones whore oh my god why do i think it's so funny hormones i'm talking about hormones or teenage thanks mom was like i choked a lot of it up to you just being teenager and and my mom is pretty self aware i mean she she was reading self help books up the zeal doing past life regressions i mean this was this was not someone who was just going to write something off two teenage angst because she didn't care but those were those were the labels that were put put on those things fast forward a little bit in reading my college journals spent most of my time just reading inspirational quotes and trying to feel better and become a better person it was very dark up there in my brain not not necessarily dark in a negative way but it was just like.

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"jen" Discussed on Jen Gotch is OK...Sometimes

Jen Gotch is OK...Sometimes

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"jen" Discussed on Jen Gotch is OK...Sometimes

"People that knew me when i was younger do not associate me at all someone with even mood instability outside of like they remember me being super fun and i'm like well that was probably like menia or hypo manic episode and sometimes it was just being fun i mean that's the other thing it's really complicated you know mood disorders are really complicated because you don't know how much of it is you how much of it is your personality how much of your brain malfunctioning how much of it is the situation you're end man it's just hard to it's hard to be a person but it's so fun to so anyways i knew something was wrong but it wasn't so pronounced that i was like i should go see a doctor and i would imagine that in me saying that there will be a lot of people that are like osha i felt like to like i don't think there by the way i don't think that there's anything that is incredibly original about my story except for that it's mine i think that there is something very relatable about my experience that is that is the sole motivation for me doing this is that i think it will provide light bulb moments for people that listen to it because i feel like this is a common thing i know it's a common thing actually future jan will come back in and tell pass jen which is me right now what the statistics are for mental health issues but it's like one in four americans american adults yeah future jen please help.

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"jen" Discussed on Jen Gotch is OK...Sometimes

Jen Gotch is OK...Sometimes

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"jen" Discussed on Jen Gotch is OK...Sometimes

"Hi i'm jen gotcha and i'm okay sometimes other times not so much but as it turns out i still managed to get myself a podcast on the girl boss network it's actually called gen gotcha okay sometimes and i'm going to use this podcast to talk about both being okay and not being okay so who is this gen gotch person you might ask well i asked myself the same question all the time so i'll tell you professionally speaking i'm the founder and chief creative officer of bandeau a multimillion dollar lifestyle brand that's all about fun happiness and feeling good that's been my job for the last ten years more recently though i've become somewhat of a mental health advocate which is really why we're here right now over the last few years i found an enormous amount of strength and being open and honest about my struggles with mental health mental illness growing a business maintaining relations ships ruin relationships too and as it turns out that's uncomfortable stuff for most people to talk about publicly but not for me i'm actually quite good at it so that's what i'm gonna do i'm gonna get your ear tell you about my fears my pain my triumphs and hopefully in the process help you become more self aware build your own emotional intelligence and more than anything else feel less alone so listen jen gotcha is okay sometimes in some circles known as j g okay and by circles i mean like three people but whatever okay it's starting may twenty ninth on apple podcasts or wherever good podcasts are found or i guess bad podcast to for you get it be sure to hit that little button and subscribe so you can be among the very first to listen and then tell your friends so we can go on this personal journey together j g o okay raid it review it.

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