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"janes" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

10:04 min | 4 months ago

"janes" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

"'cause kobe so you'll really see them. Get out and run and test those legs. Not just for the first game for the second like it's part of our analysis. It's part of our reporting Or i think early. It was separate. We were talking about how cold it might impact the world of sports and then returning but we didn't really want to talk about the x. Because they seem trivial now. I in fact impacting the games. And so they're they're a big part powell reporting on sports. You know i asked you that. Because the s literally over the last twenty four hours regarding this taping the nba talked about or as. I guess finalize the date of what would be a potential one day all star game and lebron james and others have been pretty adamant about like. Maybe this is not a good idea. I don't know if lebron's is is more about Rest versus kovin. But i'm sure there are going to be many people who it within the nba circles and certainly nba writers. Who say like what. Why do this added risk this year. what's your thought on this game. You you have a podcast basketball podcast on sports net with jd bunks and you're a longtime basketball writer and observer where do you. Where do you stand on the idea of doing a one day. All star game. Why it's clear right. The earned fox was very Pointing the fact that he thought on tire things stupid but the entire thing happening for money. If the exact same reason why the season was said rushed but it was rushed to start not on 'em okita has some of the players thought. But you know right before. Christmas day because that is a big financial driver from the league and for the broadcast partners in the same way. The all star game is Tent pole event. One that you thought would go away just because you're looking at doing the bare minimum the necessity to be able to handle the larry o'brien as close to on schedule as possible. This is above and beyond and intensity. Except if you're turner whose hey we can do an atlanta even though the real housewives court side or screaming out lebron without a mask on and it's highly problematic we can do it in atlanta. You could have broadcasters there When you're talking about not just the partners in terms of broadcast the partners in terms of industry sponsors and specifically and then the conversation that's being lots shoot company the all star weekend. It was always a day to pursue companies to release new shoes new initiatives but also to release the specific color way in addition of shoe and now with no all star game. Even though these launches are being planned years in half before anyone would have known anything about covid nineteen never mind the fact that you may or may not have an all star game in twenty twenty one. That's something missed. Opportunities for partners partners in she companies do way great job of promoting the sport for the league for free. So i in no matter what the players think You know in terms of were even talking about this is because it doesn't make money doesn't make sense and this is something. That certainly is a revenue generator in a conversation starter. And that's is why we're talking about it. I really surprised that the lead that came out and almost two brand about how they were gonna be bullish about being very safe around cova. Nineteen and very responsible in the bubble was going to be airtight. They were not gonna take tests away from you know. In fact they were gonna donate text that they wanted to be used as an example of how the rest of the world and other industries could return to work safely. That near the ones really pushing the needle on what is necessary. I'm i'm. I'm frankly shocked but then today when you when you look at the the you know. The black and red in terms of profit margin You know there's a clear answer as to why discussion. Yeah that's well said on all that. I wanna do one more Sort of one more large picture sports topic. Then we'll get into the mentorship program that you have started at rogers which i think it's really interesting. It goes actually far beyond our company. It's a to really important sports journalism initiative one of the topics. That's been Certainly discussed on canadian sports talk radio dominant. I don't honestly know if it's hit the state yet. In fact quite frankly. I don't think it has and i'm not sure when it will but it's the it's the upcoming twenty twenty two beijing olympics and we just passed the one year one year out mark and that's interesting because even tokyo hasn't existed yet but one year away from the start of the beijing olympics. Very big topic in con of course because the nhl players are back in and or or should be back and that'll change the change. The calculus of the olympics in terms of interest for canadian fans. But the discussion has been about china and china's terrible record when it comes to human rights and whether there should be a discussion of countries boycott in the olympics in particular canada. Canadian olympic committee has made very clear that they're not going down that road day. Canadian government at this point is giving you no indication as to whether they would support any kind of boycott. I think a boycott is not going to happen. And there's certainly some question as to whether a boycott would have true impact on a mighty business economy like china. How how can we discuss this in a in an intelligent way because there will be people who just you know. They'll bad faith in just sort of like blast. Anybody who doesn't blast china while still buying an iphone. You know what. I'm saying like a it would be nice if like there could be a legitimate interesting discussion on this. Because it's a legitimate interesting discussion to me. The issue is always been. It's the ioc to put their product in authoritarian countries. They'll take money from anybody so you really leave the athletes of the world very little choice if you're the and you put your your games here and then you you make that claim while we're opening the world up and this is a really good thing i mean has. Russia really changed in sochi. China's changed since beijing. I would argue. Not really but where do you see it. How do you see it. It's a good point and i. I think maybe you're part of the reason why that it's been more of a talking point in canada because you know over the last year. Plus the new relationship between canada in china politically has been a conversation because of hostage diplomacy in two canadians. That are in detention in china. And so we're constantly evaluating what that relationship looks like In in terms of sports we having a conversation. I think you have to have it honestly and you have to have a knowing that You yourself are not julia now and then we all have bias and we all are intrinsically motivated to want to see things with rose colored glasses in directions that are most convenient for us. And if we are going to specially coming off of what twenty twenty one is going to say you know what we really support. We love all of the standing up taking a stand on social injustice and and using their their privilege in their opportunity their platform for good and an nba players boycotting games and then we saw the ripple effects across sports across the world. I if we're going to stand up and applaud and cheer for that. Should we not apply some of the same sensibilities and some same thoughts and expressions to the very real very credible very standing human rights issues. That are going on in china in relation to beijing specifically so certainly i think You know for us. In north america both you know as media members but as the collect the fall out of sight out of mind aspect to that. Which is why you know. Daryl morey bringing it up and tweeting and then everyone connecting the dots as to how many different things that impacted. In how reliant. Re you really are with our relationship with china financially or otherwise It was a shock to the system. And i think you know smart minds can differ right now. Daryl morey certainly has a viewpoint that maybe maybe doesn't Regret expressing You know but at the same time. Joe sign in brooklyn nets viewpoint Giving his sensibilities and his experience. And i think once we all come to the table understanding that we do come to it with bias and again we all Can be somewhat hypocritical. And don't have maybe as much plausible deniability as we hope. I think then we can you covered honestly and covered fairly i. I cannot say you know what athletes you need to put your morals In in front of your money and you to expand. What's going on in china knowing that some of the sneakers that i have in my house and some of the electronics that have in my house got here From china and maybe not in the most ethical of ways. So i think we all need to to to be honest about exactly. What are he personally willing to give up in our own lives and then Looks through that lens in terms of evaluating what the athletes are aren't willing to give up. And how forcefully the speaking on issues even if we're not as well versed on them as we are on. Some of them are going on in north america data day. You're ready to get back in a yoga. So you've ordered the essentials non-slip matt yoga blocks to keep balance an exercise ball and used bank of america. Cash rewards credit card choosing her and three percent cash back on online shopping or up to five point two five percent as preferred.

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"janes" Discussed on Inquiring Minds

Inquiring Minds

03:39 min | 5 months ago

"janes" Discussed on Inquiring Minds

"Season bills. Joes and janes will find in the study of science a richer more rewarding life. Welcome to enquiring minds. I'm enjoying this contests. This is a podcast that explores the space. Science society collide. We want to find out what's shoe what's left to discover and why it matters..

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Two Kentucky detectives involved in raid that left Breonna Taylor dead have been fired.

Rush Limbaugh

00:27 sec | 5 months ago

Two Kentucky detectives involved in raid that left Breonna Taylor dead have been fired.

"Year to Louisville. Police officers involved in the raid that ended in the death of Taylor had been fired. Detectives Miles Cosgrove and Joshua Jane's have been formally terminated. Cosgrove, who was identified as the officer who fired the shot that killed Taylor was fired for violations of the use of deadly force policy and for failing to turn on his body camera Janes who obtained the warrant for the raid. Was fired for failing to complete award operation plan and for providing false information to obtain the warrant for

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Should James Harden sit out Houston Rockets preseason opener?

First Take

01:59 min | 6 months ago

Should James Harden sit out Houston Rockets preseason opener?

"Got another nba game. I want to dive into the rockets in thunder game scheduled for wednesday night was postponed after houston. Didn't have the league required. Eight available players need to proceed with the game. Under the nba's protocols all comes after superstar. James harden was declared unavailable after video surfaced of him partying at a houston. Area club hardened defended his actions on yesterday the same day the nba. Find him fifty k. For breaking protocol perk. We know james harden wants out of houston. The miami deal fell through. Tell me we know he's open to philly or brooklyn. Should the rockets sit hearted. Hell no hell no send him for what what what what what what are. The rock is going to benefit by sitting james or nothing. This is a gas deal today. That is a walk in bucket. One of the best scores game has seen is no way to rockets. Kasit james on a guy that japan over costa forty million dollars a year. Mvp candidate type guy. Yes he has his extracurricular activities that he has his issues off the court but when he steps between those lines the gospel could play basketball and he can up the rockets he still is. The right missed the rocky hill. He is culture steel while he's in iraqi uniform. The rock is what best decision is to play janes or whatever they have to deal with even moving it makes zero sense at all to see. James wallis is okay. We're playing with them. The markets cousins is. Okay would pay when he did play with them in. The preseason is pretty good to me. So i know i. If i'm the rockets you gotta hold tight. You gotta deal with these issues internally. Try to give pass it but send james is not the answer

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"janes" Discussed on Inquiring Minds

Inquiring Minds

03:38 min | 7 months ago

"janes" Discussed on Inquiring Minds

"You and betty and the non season bills at joes and janes will find in the study of science a richer more rewarding life. Welcome to enquiring minds. I'm enjoying scotus. This is a podcast that explores the space. Science and society collide. We want to find out what's true what's left to discover and why it matters. This is the first episode in a two part series about the things that keep us together our bones. How often do you think about your bones. Usually only when they heard or a broken or aren't functioning but the truth is that bones actually are made of the world's best building material and they're really interesting but don't take my word for it. This week's interview is with roy meals. He's an orthopedic surgeon. Someone who specializes in fixing hands but in his first book bones inside and out he talks about not just the chemistry and biology of bones but also the many ways in which we take them for granted and how they teach us about the very essence.

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Samantha Irby Talks About Wow, No Thank You

The Book Review

06:42 min | 1 year ago

Samantha Irby Talks About Wow, No Thank You

"I think of it night as selling a book but as supporting the booksellers and publishers and other authors who are out there and also helping readers because readers are are desperate right now. I want to read. Actually something that Carl Siegel our critic wrote in her review of your book. I hope you're not one of those people that avoids reading reviews of Your Book. I am but I know that this was positive because everyone told me it was positive. So I'm braced for it and it's cool okay. All right ready. She wrote instead of a rule. Then a recommendation. For this moment if the grips of the pandemic your ability to interpret an exponential graph has increased well exponentially while your patients for narrative has plummeted. Tries Samantha. Irby so she's heartily recommending. You as something to read right now in order to give listeners a taste of why that is. Would you read a little bit from your new collection? Wow No thank you. Yes so. This is from Piece called hung up and it is about my love of cellular phones. I was late to the technology game. I'm staring down the barrel of my fortieth year and I bought my computer six or seven years ago. I didn't get my first iphone until they'd been around for years partially because I thought who needs that. I prefer to live in the real world mostly. I was skeptical because the idea of walking around with a five hundred dollar computer in my pocket seemed ridiculous and dangerous to me and the idea that I can somehow scraped together the money to purchase said pocket computer while also maintaining a roof over my head. I E partying all the time and paying for basic cable was hilarious and unrealistic. I was the last dinosaur at the club sending multi tap texts on an analog Nokia e fifty one with no camera when I finally upgraded to a smartphone. Several years after unsolicited selfish had taken hold of the nation. My exhausted psalms cracked and bleeding from a decade of repeatedly jamming down the two key to make a letter see. I didn't get what all the fuss was about. Okay sure this glowing rectangle in my bag can tell me the weather anywhere in the world at this exact moment but who cares but wait. It could also figure out precisely what wrong street. I'm turning down and steer me back in the right direction and it can count. How many steps? I took today while saving for me all the passwords I can never remember. Please excuse me while I build a shrine to the new most important thing in my life. I've read on my phone that we as a nation as a species have a problem with cellphones. Insert facts about the harms of cell phone usage. That I'm never going to research because I do not enjoy feeling like an underachiever. But do we really. Is there actually a problem with rescuing our brains from the doldrums of sitting at a red light or from the Malays caused by having even even a single second to sit alone with one terrible thoughts? I don't have children. Therefore I don't have any opinions on whether electronic devices are a bad influence on the mental growth and development of a child. If you tell me they are than I believe you. I'm sure there's scientific evidence prove it and I'm positive. There are doctors and licensed professionals. Who would attest to the DILATOT? Serious effect modern technology has on the brains and interpersonal skills of adults. But hear me out. Maybe it's worth it. That was great. What about you Samantha? Have you been able to read for fun during this time? I'm not ever so distracted that I can't pick up a book which I feel is good so I have been reading a lot of fiction and like nothing about disease or being locked in a room. But you're a huge thriller Fan Right. Is there s recommendations like good escape reading either thrillers or Wa which I know you also love yes so I am like pretty obsessed with this writer Louisa. Luna there are two books in this series so far. I don't think the series has the name. It's like an Alice Vega novel I think is maybe like the subtitle but the first one is called two girls down and her second book in the series is called the Janes and I just reread both of those and they are so good she so good thrillers are my thing and she is a master and I just reread Mary. H K choice books emergency contact and permanent record and they're both Y. A. They make me feel totally uncool because she has mastered the way. Young people talk. And I'm like man I kind of don't know what they're saying but I do love this a lot. She is a super cool writer. So this is your third book of essays. The first one meaty than we are never meeting in real life now. Wow No thank you. I'm curious how like in your mind or they categorized as different periods of Your Life. Different themes different topics. How do they stand apart for you? Well meaning to me feels most like. Here's an overview of my past. Here's a here's how we got here kind of and then we're never meeting in real life is kind of a mix of. Here's how we got here. Here's where we're going because I'd met my partner at that point. But she wasn't my wife yet and I hadn't moved from Chicago to Michigan yet. And then while no thank you is like where I am right now. It's a Kalamazoo Essay collection. It's me in Kalamazoo in our raggedy farmhouse with the cats. Like this is where I'm

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"janes" Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast

Thoth-Hermes Podcast

13:45 min | 1 year ago

"janes" Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast

"Of things with writing and to me. It is important to right because of the by hand because of the temple. Yeah because the species as a meditation retreat. Now absolutely. I only use found in pass or pencils because other devices you can write too far. I've just started learning hieroglyphs. Seven using read pens and ink and it feels. Like meditating is amazing is slow you down. And then I mean the hieroglyphic system itself is like a whole other conversation all Y. M. Hargreaves Powerful magical on the ability that they have to transfer into the unconscious and to generate dream. Content is huge nights. Since I've been practicing them you engage different parts of your brain when you arrive in hieroglyphs as opposed to the English. Oh the Oh the Western alphabet the way you and also I think that's one of the reasons why the Golden Dawn for example insisted that their students learn the did the Hebrew alphabet to a lesser extent. Stand Hieroglyph they have to same say minuted effect. Yeah Way of visualization and that you have hieroglyph steps hieroglyphs. I find that when I'm thinking about them. They engage these like different ways of thinking and bring them all together which is really unique because they are pictorial. You sink in very ways. We ride the downside for example like the full wise is Sia and is represented by a section of a piece of matter. He's the fabric and e e conceded. We get perhaps word. Sia from Zia and the piece of fabric is perhaps a representation of being wise being like Paul of the fabric of the universe. All of the web of knowledge or match in the Matrix of intelligence He you thinking. All these different types of ways you'll think visually you're saying king mythological symbolically you'll thinking representation. Lee You thinking of what looks like it's engaging using all these different kinds of fam- different types of thinking which I really love and a you can save 'cause the symbols are so powerful that they get into your dreams really easily and I do think that probably you know often accounting Tallying sheep had so ever. Ah Dreaming was probably one of the fast things to ever be written down and the the the active Ryan down is probably what created religion because people were having transcendent experiences in the dreams day until they were written down they become a a m mythological or spiritual religious doctrine reality. Exactly Egypt is for you something that you're fascinated by isn't it? Yeah I love it. I can tell so next time. We'll speak because unfortunately our our Islam passes always so fast but next time we speak we have to speak about ancient Egypt swatting up. Yes well a final question for you. Any plans ideas. Anything that you're going to approach the near future that you would like to talk about and announce here or something that we should be worried coach series of festivals Cerro. Thank occur in June and noisily festival. I'M HOPING FESTIVAL IN PORTUGAL. and The Explorers Club is irregular month. A fast Wednesday of every in hastings host speak 'cause to combat variety of different subjects dot. And then I also have a little dream potions shop on ESI R. Sell my recipes in my spouse and things like that for good dreaming but yeah if anyone wants to visit my website e concede pretty much everything that I do on my website. Of course good reason to go on. The website thought therapies. Because all the links to Sarah Sarah's well he can like even though Jek you can try my sleep absolutely abso then you should. You should well Sarah thank you so much I know. It's it is Wednesday when we recorded interview so you are hosting. Tonight's the Explorers Club and thank you for having this interview so briefly before we have to go out and do that shortly before. Do you have to go out and do that? hosting there. Thank you for that and thank you for a fascinating talk and for love inside in your in your work and in your ideas and thoughts. That was fascinating. Thanks for that and well. Good luck with all your projects into well. Hope to be together sometime soon and took about further. Thank thank you very much for having me. Well pleasure thank you. Bye Bye old. Mm-hmm A care asklepion from Dell boom metaphysical hinterland number one by Paranoia Department released in twenty fourteen many things Sarah. Jane's who was our interview today for telling us so much about what sleep does to us in metaphysical and satiric way. If you want to know more about this subject get in touch with Sarah or maybe attend one of our workshops in the UK or elsewhere you can find all necessary information and links in the show notes off this episode on the Author Abuse Website. Now then this is the end of episode ten of season. Four of the thought service PODCAST. Thanks for listening everyone. I hope you enjoyed and I hope to have you back as my audience next week with episode eleven. If all goes well I guess. We'll be tobias. Surgeon Tobias has been on this show already twice. He's the first to return the third time actually in season two in April last year. We last talked then it about his book the spiritual meaning of two sixty s and before that in April twenty eighteen about Elyssa Crowley in America. So you might almost say the annual return of Tobias who is not only a prolific writer but such an interesting chap and good talker and this time at the center of our talk will be his latest book on Alister Crowley Crowley India. A topic known to most of us but so far we have not really had a lot of deeper inside into those years that the great beast passed in India and Tobias. Churton will help us with that. I said if all goes well because poor tobias and his family where suffering from the consequences of those heavy rains and flooding in England lately we already had to postpone our talk for his reason but hopefully we can do it now this week to present it to you. Next Sunday March Fifteen. Otherwise be assured. I'll find something else to present to you. Nobody's and Tobias with a return a bit later but for the moment all is set for next week. Now I will say goodbye to everyone here. It was a pleasure to have you and it will be a renewed pleasure to have you back daycare. Stay tuned.

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Halloween candy can give you quite a scare!

Hungry In Nashville

05:29 min | 1 year ago

Halloween candy can give you quite a scare!

"Bags expecting goodies take note corn dogs are never a good idea seltzer mostly defined by common language rather than any particular ethnic group the blurry dead were mischief makers and caused all kinds of problems toward the holiday that was until the Catholic Church arrived and made November second all souls grits to the Americas brought Halloween around nineteen sixteen capitalism they liked the second Saturday October and dubbed the with the uninspired name the parents not anticipating the impact of a sugar rush organiz the idea of trick now changing the subject to razor blades back in the beginning of the Phil Candy bags at a safe environment the thing was there was never any evidence photos were put on milk cartons and the old tales of tainted candy were revived service and no one was hurt we now turn to a sociologist from University of Delaware those turned out to be people who wanted to get money from the candy companies with their false tales so so let's get onto something treats here's the list circus peanuts candy corn and Mary Jane's I'll leave it to you to do the research on what those are but the Mary Janes Nerds Butterfinger Sour Patch Kids skittles and chocolate list but I'll put a link to them in the show notes said to her hungry in Nashville here's thirty two pounds and salt water taffy and third with seventeen thousand two hundred. I hated candies came in Third Arkansas loves JOLLY RANCHERS TOOK I in Indiana North Dakota Virginia Lemon heads were first Louisiana the things you'd expect like snickers and chocolate bars so now we're

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"janes" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You

Stuff Mom Never Told You

19:12 min | 1 year ago

"janes" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You

"Cure ever listened to thrill his best and the rest on the iheartradio APP apple podcasts you know basically everywhere anywhere you can find podcasts a lot of problems getting that important financial support especially in terms of things like going organic for tends to be able to get that USDA funding it's harder for minority farmers sort of wherever you are and can I just call out a few of the international no women farmers that we ran across in our Research Carolina please okay so a lot of this was coming from modern farmer which recently won a national Augustine Award and I'll tell you what friends after spending a week on the modern farmer website I want to subscribe it's fantastic yes a fantastic resource and one of the things we're looking at his photo essay of women farmers around the world and among them were the seaweed Mama's of Zen ends bar who harvest seaweed that we probably enjoy in our farmers markets or at our local Sushi restaurant also rural Nepalese women who make up a majority of Seoul land owners in Nepal and then there was another post about the Yamagata girl's farm in Japan where it's this a group of young women who have started up a farm in Japan it's exactly what it sounds like so it's really interesting to see beyond our own backyards how women are paying their own way in agriculture but then the question becomes why more women especially when we look back in the United States and we see all of these trend pieces reporting on those those USDA statistic saying hey they're more women running farms what's going on well you know like we touched on earlier the insys is counting more of those small secondary farm operators a lot of whom are women and most female run farms do tend to be collar and more diverse and many are part of the organic and local food movements most also have annual sales under ten thousand dollars and this is coming from that same NPR interview with Leigh Adcock the Director of the Women Food and agriculture network and she was saying that the biggest percentage of that increase in women farmers is women with small acreage is making not a whole lot of money but making some money from agriculture and often using food or livestock for food and she says that they are really out there they're out there working and they are raising the food that we're eating but she says there not getting into farming to run quarter million dollar combines they're out there raising food and this was something that Sonia for rookie also explored over at the Atlantic in terms of gender and big agribusiness the Tyson foods for instance the the ubiquitous chicken that you might see in your grocery stores she says that women are scarce when it comes to running those large scale big factory farms and using Heison as an example Tyson foods has one woman on its executive team but at the same time for rookie says it's not that surprising to not see that many women particularly in the leadership there might be working in the factories but not many women in the leadership agro-business because that's usually not where are interest lies when it comes to farming we're far more interested on average in these smaller more sustainable slower kinds of have food operations yeah and she says that when you look at for the biggest multibillion dollar factory farm corporations women cumulative league constitute less than ten percent of senior executives and she's arguing in her article though that it would be only a good thing only a positive thing to get more and more women on boards on executive teams because she argues that women have a different perspective that yes we tend to want to be part of the small Holler organic you know homegrown more local operations but that our perspective on things like organic food cage free eggs animal cruelty could help benefit the rest of the industry yeah and when it comes to those large factory farms. That's something that we're GonNa talk about a little bit more in our next podcasts this week which is all about Dolores Huerta a woman who took on directly some of those big farms out in California but looking back at those women farmers the rise of farmers markets local local farmers markets which is something that we've seen here where we live in Atlanta has been hired really attractive for female producers CSA's working with farm-to-table restaurants the entire slow food movement has been really really attractive to newer women farmers.

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"janes" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You

Stuff Mom Never Told You

03:37 min | 1 year ago

"janes" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You

"This is any in Samantha on ever w production of iheartradio's how Stafford did you I have just spent four days in Dothan Alabama which hilariously randomly is where my mom's from oh so I I used to go there two to three times until I was fourteen or fifteen for holidays and stuff to visit my grandparents my aunts and uncles but this was for a peanut conference Mike peanut butter before you leave by the way I have cases of it I need a gifted us with cases they're very nice but anyway the Gaza were bringing to you today is about how farmers and specifically women farmers and this is something I learned a lot about at this peanut conference or I could tell you so much about peanuts I've learned so much I guess you're not allergic to it oh no better is probably my favorite food is also my dog's favorite food so there you go yeah I feel like for those of us I don't know did you ever have any experience farming I grew up in L. A. J. Georgia which does have farming so as poultry doc more be so we had cal farms as well as a lot of chicken farms so not so much like garden gardens we don't have too much of that although I did live a lot of orchards because we are the apple capital of Georgia not the US of Georgia so I did grow up a lot around that but not don't think anew too many farmer farmers outright like vegetable farmers sure I didn't have much experience with it my school they have a four H. Branch did to my elementary school middle school but we also had a big FFA? Yeah Brian Future Farmers of America so okay so it's the same thing and I it's something that I'm really passionate about because as as most of you probably know I do show on food some food called Saver and the show without me finding out now but being aware of where food comes from and the people behind that food and how did it get to where you are an appreciating the labor behind it because and I think we are moving more towards that but for a while we were very separate at least here in America from our food it was just a commodity and you didn't think about all you really cared about much it costs in I was in that too well on this trip I felt I was really happy to be able to talk with farmers and here from them and right now we're in the middle of a pretty serious drought in Georgia and most of the South and just to see how it impacts everybody and just hearing from them first hand and also a lot of the people I spoke to some of them women actually mostly women love best while they're doing things around the farms yeah so all of that being said thought we would bring back this classic episode for You on Female Farmers so hope you enjoy welcome to stuff mom never told you from how stuff works dot com.

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NFL's Braylon Edwards tells all in new book

SportsCenter AllNight

09:10 min | 1 year ago

NFL's Braylon Edwards tells all in new book

"Our next guest had a legendary career at Michigan he was outstanding receiver in the NFL he is the author of a new book in the title really does say it all doing it my way my outspoken life as a Michigan Wolverines NFL receiver and beyond it's a pleasure to welcome to this sporting life the one and only Braylon Edwards Braylon thank you for joining us. the long time it's been a long time since we spoke at an end and as you were dressed in the book Braylon when people think about you they don't just think about your talents as a receiver they don't think about the big games that AC title games or the rose bowls they think about the controversies what you you delve into them in this book why did you want to you know dredge all that stuff up. a lot of times people get attention as they tell their story or what exactly happened so one thing come out is more so with the perception is that the time and then it becomes a story and in all the years you know and that's what it is written in stone so it was a good time for me to be able to tell all the stories and under every story from do you eyes two incidents outside my clothes will arise and people works better there were other things at at playing in those situations but I just sold you know not saying anything but the media dictate that the media the media personnel for markings dictate a on one matter and I got quiet never said anything and those things never get a chance to you know get toggle plus a lot of good things happen to you know there's a lot of philanthropic endeavors that happened a lot happier off the field have a great there are a lot of other things to talk about you know depression bullying when I was a kid so it's a heck of a store and has a lot of things that we can put out there in the book speaking with Braylon Edwards the former Pro Bowl receiver the former Michigan Wolverines star he was the third overall pick in the two thousand five NFL draft by the Cleveland Browns it only your third season in the league Braylon you at twelve hundred eighty nine receiving yards right AT receptions are your pro bowler you had some other good years notably with the jets in twenty ten almost a thousand yards receiving but you're clear didn't go the way you hoped it would go eight and and although he lasted much longer than most last in the NFL you you you were someone who is thought of as a hall of fame talent. if their injuries there are other things that went on what was it like just being caught up in that maelstrom and and not being able to get every ounce of your talents to use every ounce the weight that you would have wished our records right you know a lot of times he says spray Kato where you go online for you were you drafted what can you play for I was not at the Cleveland Browns and United play with injuries and uncertainties and continue with. in your world organizational changes office according to head coach ownership ID with kids go to New York Jets have young quarterback was did it for us but there wasn't a lot of. Aaron it outside there were you going to have success then I had a knee injury San Fran I rushed back to the field to get out there because your Harbaugh's how could a person on and it was the first time I hadn't been in a stable situation you know I got that right is a one year deal there was no stability there was no next year there was no gas I was going to start so when I got hurt when I was starting to try to come back try to rise back needed never was the same a play for Seattle I still feel the nails in quarters on sat I'm way way too young at their target core those that travel more time with jet and two thousand thirteen and Lincoln totally with Michael in the preseason against the Jaguars. it is it was times that I mean I I I will smite curricula definitely connect them when I was a kid the one of those guys. got drafted in the end of the first round to the coat so to the you know to a team that won the cowboys Burgoon a play yard can do more to maybe just have a consistent office right you know it is clear that I had seventeen quarterbacks and and for that reason I remember I remember all those guys no no I mean it's hard to remember all of them but I remember that there were a lot of them yeah I mean it was the with Braylon Edwards and his new book is doing it my way my it's spoken life is a Michigan Wolverine NFL receiver and beyond really before we let you go it's great catching up after all these years but you've been out in the news a little bit recently you're talking about your alma mater talk about your former coach Jim Harbaugh and and the words you've used I think are light years behind that team in Columbus Ohio a lot Ohio state and it's it's everyone's entitled to their opinion and I would never discourage anyone from sharing their opinions especially someone with the standing that you have what makes you say that the other than the fact that Michigan's lost fourteen out of fifteen to Ohio state well for them and that's a great start but United in the in the space of the conversation that was more so long live. as they have the idea of a state trooper who over the last year he started without one which says look from trestle so first we'll start a minor. by my Dennis they're gonna have a quarterback that can run quarterbacks that can pass the ball sort thank you have athletes at the wide receiver position they could take the ball and taunted him call back and have a great run again and I have great uses if you look at the changes over the last eighteen years they all have the same I didn't you know how they're able to have success in order to be a national championship game you have to have the formula is you need a defense that can play and win games defense bill instead but you have to have a quarterback yeah arguably in highland conversation that definitely should be first team all conference and you have to have a running back that is potentially a second round us or in the hive in conversation apply when you look at certain things all have stayed in one of when you watch them play you see a team that you know has the potential to be there at the end of the year we watch Oklahoma we watch the cleanse Alabama Georgia where you are these things you see something bad okay this is this is even ten straight year with a Honda fit yet so you know that we watch miss again you have the same question each year by year who's going to be the quarterback who's going to run the ball on this game hasn't had that yeah all dirt like Lansing Michigan office is that lived in our rabbit I do not around and finished in two thousand twelve two thousand thirteen and before that you know who the other guy you know was listening at the wide receiver play make would like this guy's just it is with the the creme de la creme like he's the one I don't mean to talk about my is usually does our ideas right. nineteen ninety six so what's being said ideas on that that was going to take forty Janes national I mean by light years behind my house they get sick and they stay true lies we've been asking the same question of Michigan there's love the arms of our book let's go the radio because the rates right every year who's the quarterback the quarterback gonna be who's going to be an issue I can always between three guys it's never a guy would never moving the next season of their lives guys come back we're gonna build around him even this year's like say that is in that wires yeah this is what I said okay last year but even if your life is your McAfee gonna be you guys Joe Miller even twenty years ago when one of those guys was named Tom Brady couldn't get the job exactly or did you incident Brady is it US got left cooking the bouldering so it's always a question about the way I received right I have you so those are questions at the major institutions that away those are not the question so I did and that's what I mean by light years I know people eight years I would say in the way. that's what I mean the identity has not been there it's it's tough love for Braylon Edwards for his beloved Wolverines his new book is doing it my way my outspoken life and it is still outspokenness Michigan Wolverine NFL receiver and beyond Braylon as I said it's a pleasure catching up with you and congratulations with the book and a good luck with us on as many as possible so I like to tell the others to come on the show. thank you maybe I will we'll catch up with the recap in a round thanksgiving before those they I would love to do

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"janes" Discussed on POLITICO's Nerdcast

POLITICO's Nerdcast

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"janes" Discussed on POLITICO's Nerdcast

"Have released their q one fundraising numbers and that. Causes political observers to wonder why say Elizabeth Warren hasn't released any information on her fundraising numbers or Janes Lee at the same time, though, I, you know, the campaigns do release those numbers, we it's it's easy to wonder why they decide to release them early. Like, they're trying to stanch the bleeding or stick out before this. Rush of E C reports comes out, and they could get lost in the shuffle. Well, this this raises an interesting question. Why do we care about this some much? I mean Elena you spend a lot of your well-placed answer this because you spend a lot of time wrestling with this question, the two thousand eighteen election's with all these these candidates and came up with some pretty good answers. I think but I mean, I certainly part of the the question is because there are relatively few other data points. Russell latch onto besides early. Polling which we know isn't super predictive. But, but what what is it that matters so much about about this stuff that that that causes us to kind of perk up and pay attention to it? I think it depends on who you ask. I think if you ask the campaigns. I would lean on the wisdom of Destiny's Child inside bills bills bills. They have to pay for all of this. They have to pay for staffers. They have to pay for their trips they have to pay for infrastructure, and that's something that we talked about in people judges case where he didn't have any resources. So we didn't have any infrastructure to lean on. And now that he does actually have money. He can go out and go build it was basically human a few other people setting up media interviews attention for free. Exactly. I mean, he's right now running the most Donald Trump s beginning of his campaign because he's leaning almost entirely on earned media. I don't think that that'll sustain itself. And I think that they would certainly be unhappy with that comparison. But I think that they they've masterfully done sort of an urn media run here. And and I think that they're now going to have to transition into a more serious sort of not I shouldn't say traditional, but at least having something on the ground because unlike Donald Trump, I don't get the impression he's going to run around attacking people the way that Trump was able to command earned media tension between. To your question. And the other side of the coin why do we care about what money is? I think you're right. It's it's we we don't get invited into the at least. We don't often get invited into the the calls that these campaigns have to talk about what's going on internally. So these are one of the few concrete signs that we can get where we can't be spun on those numbers numbers don't lie. And we get a measure of where things stand. Bills bills bills is a good song. Trenchant analysis. Charlie we we've we've mentioned the the young mayors have been in the NF you times in the last few minutes. Ray seven million dollars cut a lot is that was cut. A lot is over the last few weeks as CNN townhall. And and this isn't the do you think what what what do you what do you make of this? We've seen a lot of campaigns.

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"janes" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

03:18 min | 2 years ago

"janes" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

"Because you knew like that was the game kinda like Cleveland's game. One in the finals, you know, famous Aerosmith game. It's like, okay. If they win that it's a series, you know, and if you now that you lost it, it's just over like, you know, they're just toast. So that that was really sad. You were. So you were at that game when LeBron made that ridiculous left-wing shot late to bury them in game one. Oh, my Lord know that. Oh, yeah. The fadeaway over an OB. Yeah. I was there. Yeah. Oh my God. Well, that must've been rough to watch what? Sorry. So this is this is the last one on this. And this is kind of interesting to me. I don't know if you would be interested interested in this or your people at the Toronto Star have you been broached it, but I find the idea fascinating. And I actually think would be really rewarding for readers you live in Washington. So you know that recently Chelsea Janes of the Washington Post. She was the Washington nationals reporter for four years or so actually guess on this podcast a couple of weeks ago has made a career switch, and she is going to be covering the twenty twenty presidential election. I have no doubt she'll be should too. Great job. Anybody who's in journalism understands that if you can cover a major league baseball team after you can essentially do anything given that grind. And I think it would be really really interesting. I don't know if you would wanna do this. But even if it was a one off for you to write a rafters feature or for you to cover a raptors game. I think that would just be an interesting journalism exercise for you. And it would be awesome for the readers just to read has have. Have you ever broached that has your paper ever broach that with you? And if not is that something you'd be interested in even as a one-off. The only time burst of the star was when Doug Smith our legendary raptors beat guy was ill last year in the playoffs coincidentally when the raptors were coming to Washington into someone asked me like would I potentially step in? And you know, just right the, right? The game stories, and I said I didn't want to because I just wanted to go to the games as a fan, you know, in a real emergency. Of course, I you know, I do whatever needed, but we had timed the time to find someone else from Toronto. And I just thought like, you know, like my life is, you know, my life is great. But, you know, just my professional life is like pretty busy and stressful in the raptors or you know, my my hobby. It's how I have fun. And so I don't wanna turn that into work either in. So I I wouldn't I wouldn't say never like, it'd be amazing. The you know to cover the NBA, I think, but my hesitation is. It's it's it's fun to have this as something to do. At night and just sit on the couch and and cheer and be a fan. You know during the day, I can deal with you know, the political garbage. And and you know, how some of the to turn to seven thirty. And so to make that a job I think would be kind of personal loss. But maybe maybe one day, you know, I don't I don't know what happened down the road. You totally respect that. Because honestly, this probably wouldn't happen in a one off. But once you kind of see the underbelly of professional sports. It's kinda hard to be like a true fan. So in that sense. Maybe maybe keep your oh man to schism for as long as you can or your scape ISM for as long as you can totally get all right last one. If you had to predict today..

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The Science Of Being Transgender

Science Vs

09:39 min | 2 years ago

The Science Of Being Transgender

"Know? One. What makes us the gender that we are. While science doesn't know for Shaw, we do know that a lot of this is now Janes and the best evidence. We have tells us that this is not a choice, you are the gender. And sometimes it doesn't match you genitals to if a kid says they're transgender. What should you do? Well, let you explore who they are. If they want the hair or let it grow out, that's fine. And if they're about to puberty, so the adult about puberty blockers and three if you decide to change you body with homeowners and surgery will you regret it the best evidence? We have says that very few people regret getting surgery or taking homes. There is one big risk though. And that's t Phillipi particularly for canes who go straight from puberty blockers to home owns. Still though while they might be some risks with changing body with home owns scalpels 's something much scarier is looming over transgender, folks. And that's suicide a survey of molten thirty thousand transpeople found that forty percent had attempted suicide in their lifetime. That's way, high than the general population. It's nine times higher. He's cocoa. Maya the transgender population has the highest rate of suicide attempts of in the demographic in the United States. And what we're learning. Now is that being transgender in itself doesn't seem to be bad for your mental health? Tens out what is bad via mental health is the way trans people are often treated, they get bullied kicked out of their home and attacked and the science is telling us that this mistreatment. That's the biggest problem for transgender. People. It's not homeowners or surgery. Not surprisingly when people don't get treated like garbage and makes a big difference. I think the best thing about transition was having my family and friends support me all the way through it. And having my priest from the small town, Texas, write me a letter about how brave I was and say, I was always welcome in church. Yes. Hormones are important and awesome. But in terms of like why I'm doing so? Well, and so happy is because of all the sources of support that I got. That science Fasces. Hello. I Delhi Ruben high wind high Maryland, Hello. How many citations episode is over one hundred and thirty citations a hundred and fifty and Delhi. If people wanna read way, could they citations they can find them on our website. They can find a full linked to the script yet. I really recommend. If you do have any questions you want to know more about any of the topics. We've mentioned to the script check out the citations. Thanks, guys. This episode was produced by Adelie, Aruban and Merrill, Hawn along with me. Wendy's come in and rose rimless. I'll senior producer is Caitlin story. Edited by Blythe, Terrell editorial assistant by Rebecca cling. And by the way, if you wanna Hugh more about these topic you've got to listen through bekker's podcast. It's called the Trans-Pacific Partnership podcast Trans-Pacific Partnership podcast. It's great will link shooting in the show nights. You've really gonna listen fact checking is done by Michelle, Harris, Merrill, hone and rose rim. Mix and sound design by 'em among music written by 'em among and Bobby Lord. Thanks to all of the research is we got in touch with for this episode, including Dr Jack Tobin professor and faster stilling assistant professors cement the Busa associate professor, Susan Straka. Dr Katrina cock as this professor Neil episode in Poland, Nara, professor, Michelle foresees, and professor Joan garden, and thank you to all the transports who shed this store. With us. We really really appreciate it. Plus, thanks to come and family and Joseph Lebel Wilson next week is the final episode of the season following a cold case. A man has been found dead with a stolen identity. The police don't know what to do can science save the day. I'm wendy's. In fact, you next week. Hey, Wendy hia. And you're about to how special post show extraordinary on the Mike series web producing in partnership with Cole Haan Cole Haan is the brand that champions extrordinary people who passionate about the Korea's. So recently, I met up with few of my extraordinary colleagues to talk about how passions let us to where we on now hosting podcasts in the studio. We have Eric Eddings co host the not what's up and host of startup. Lisa chow. Hello. I was especially curious about leases career pot. So I asked her a question that ended up being kind of revealing. Lisa. What would you tell you'll youngest south when you starting out your career? What are you tell my younger self? You know, it's funny because when I saw when I became a journalist I feel like I went in with my eyes wide open because I graduated and I was an applied. Math major and I had really investigated all different types of jobs to go into. I actually did forty informational interviews. Yeah. With different alumni from my college from accounting to investment banking consulting, the UN working at the State Department being a teacher just a whole range of careers. And then the journalists like connected most to. Yeah. I really liked the journalist I talked to. And then one guy was just, you know, hey, you know, I can call an editor that I worked with twenty years ago to see if you would be willing to offer you a job and he did that. And then I went up to New Hampshire. The job was at a small newspaper New Hampshire, and I never written an article basically for my college newspaper or anything like that. And I went up in interviewed with him. And he gave me the job. Yeah. What was the fest article you wrote full them? Oh, jeez. It was probably about some board meeting because I was covering six towns in New Hampshire and Maine, and the I think I probably went to a meeting and covered a traffic light. So you a debate on whether we should put a traffic light at this intersection. And it was a community that had very few traffic lights. So it was incredibly contentious. I mean, what are you thinking at that point? Yeah. No. It was crazy. I loved it. I don't know. It's just like the small gears in public discourse. It was fascinating to me. It was it was very strange. I mean, I was probably was the only Asian within a thirty mile radius. But yeah, I loved it. I loved it. It was crazy. I was just felt like I was in a foreign land. But I was just in Hampshire. So what would you tell your youngest self than I think, I would just say enjoys a ride. It's exciting. Fun. And you're gonna learn a ton. That's the thing as journalists. It's like you learn so much. It's like you have the luxury to ask any question. You want of anyone? That's crazy. It's amazing. Eric has happened to you. Somewhat at you like, wow, I get us this question. Yes. We had lavar Burton on the show, and he told us he was proud of us, and like that was probably one of best career moments of my life. And I don't know lavar Burton that will you know. I mean, I like to think we know each other now. Clearly. But to be in a situation where I get to talk to someone who I have lived up to into have that person. Not only appreciate that interaction. But also say that they're proud of your work was mind blowing. It's kind of extrordinary way, you'll passions can lead you to you more about compensation produced in partnership with called Han. Go to extraordinary on the Mike dot com. And don't forget to check out Lisa and Eric's extraordinary shows Stott up and the naught you can also finally send me on season one of this poster. That's right mole once again at extraordinary on the Mike dot com. 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"janes" Discussed on Jamesone Podcast

Jamesone Podcast

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"janes" Discussed on Jamesone Podcast

"Have you ever suffered in silence. Have you ever wanted to let your animal struggles in pain that the judgment is stigma. It's her society to be true to our insecurities. To most. It's the sign of weakness. But no matter I levels success and to like or status, but the confronted things that make us out, you were up front about feelings. How can we let it out. How'd you know that anyone can empathize and understand the truth is many improvise, but I don't know. GMs force us behind them. There are ways to express ourselves without seeming overbearing and selfish. The key is be impetus. Level of camaraderie, daunting task to tell others, release our animals, torment releasing and giving a long way, and I wrote to enter peace.

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"janes" Discussed on Jamesone Podcast

Jamesone Podcast

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"janes" Discussed on Jamesone Podcast

"Welcome to the Janes one podcast daily message, perseverance though. Adversity. I'm your host Ricky. Have you ever suffered in silence. Have you ever wanted to let your animal struggles in pain that the judgment is stigma. It's her society to be true to our insecurities. To most. It's the sign of weakness. But no matter I levels success and to like or status, but the confronted things that make us out, you were up front about feelings. How can we let it out. How'd you know that anyone can empathize and understand the truth is many improvise, but I don't know. GMs force us behind them. There are ways to express ourselves without seeming overbearing and selfish. The key is be impetus. Level of camaraderie, daunting task to tell others, release our animals, torment releasing and giving a long way, and I wrote to enter peace. Thank you for listening visit a website. James dot org define off future episodes and to conduct to show. Thank you again in tune in tomorrow for another daily message. Perseverance to adversity.

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Welcome to the Janes one podcast

Jamesone Podcast

02:25 min | 2 years ago

Welcome to the Janes one podcast

"Have you ever suffered in silence. Have you ever wanted to let your animal struggles in pain that the judgment is stigma. It's her society to be true to our insecurities. To most. It's the sign of weakness. But no matter I levels success and to like or status, but the confronted things that make us out, you were up front about feelings. How can we let it out. How'd you know that anyone can empathize and understand the truth is many improvise, but I don't know. GMs force us behind them. There are ways to express ourselves without seeming overbearing and selfish. The key is be impetus. Level of camaraderie, daunting task to tell others, release our animals, torment releasing and giving a long way, and I wrote to enter peace.

"janes" Discussed on Jamesone Podcast

Jamesone Podcast

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"janes" Discussed on Jamesone Podcast

"Personal inefficiencies, uncontrollable circumstances, limited perception, misinformation. Many people use the blame game to validate their situation or their perception of inferiority. This tactic of blaming others takes away our personal responsibility to improve and our personal testimony to overcome what's wrong with adversity. When in result as a stronger cell and a stronger sense of responsibility to others and life are circumstances, can I be predicated on DEA that someone else's fault. And that's why we can overcome. Yes, there are many causes FRA struggles, but instead of pondering our struggles, we can break through to faith in our ability to a better future with dignity and south listeners. The blame game is foolish him growth. Lewis, you can overcome anything.

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Welcome to the Janes podcast,

Jamesone Podcast

02:47 min | 2 years ago

Welcome to the Janes podcast,

"Personal inefficiencies, uncontrollable circumstances, limited perception, misinformation. Many people use the blame game to validate their situation or their perception of inferiority. This tactic of blaming others takes away our personal responsibility to improve and our personal testimony to overcome what's wrong with adversity. When in result as a stronger cell and a stronger sense of responsibility to others and life are circumstances, can I be predicated on DEA that someone else's fault. And that's why we can overcome. Yes, there are many causes FRA struggles, but instead of pondering our struggles, we can break through to faith in our ability to a better future with dignity and south listeners. The blame game is foolish him growth. Lewis, you can overcome anything.

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"janes" Discussed on Jamesone Podcast

Jamesone Podcast

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"janes" Discussed on Jamesone Podcast

"Welcome to the Janes one podcast daily message of perseverance through adversity. I'm your host Ricky. Rejection as hard and hurts us mentally, emotionally and physically rejection is connected to relationship failures. Career shortcomings, Emily problems, burqa society. The important thing, everyone does rejection about how established a person is. Part of the recovery from rejection is the concept of self esteem rejection across us to rebuild and reconfigure usually extend the hurt of rejection by focusing on a hurt with the current situation. But the Mark of chew saw fourth is looking past the hurt, looking towards the future, can't change what happened to us. We can learn from the fortune circumstances more towards another goal. Putting up our self esteem after a Chechen across us to acknowledge our pain, look towards ways together our wits to continue forward. We're not defined by rejection. We're defined by reaction to rejection or we soak or fight. Thank you for listening visit a website, James dot org to find off the transits and to contact the show. Thank you again in tune in again tomorrow for another daily message. Perseverance to adversity.

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"janes" Discussed on Jamesone Podcast

Jamesone Podcast

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"janes" Discussed on Jamesone Podcast

"Welcome to the Janes one podcast, daily message, perseverance through adversity. I'm your host Ricky. You're alone. Your past ruin your future, you're not smart enough. You're not good enough. You'll never get better. You'll never be worth anything. There is no other option. These are the thoughts of someone who contemplated suicide. I've had these thoughts and then some over the course of the years. Some of us think about ways to escape pain Gill, Shane in a relevance. A mindset during these times are so limited obsessed with the negative. We lock ourselves in a mental jail where you only out is an end to our pain for good. We can't take the punishment south loathing any longer. Known, understands our plate and are suffering. We can't just suck it up. If you knew the hundreds of ways I've tried to get better to no avail. You would know. Pep talks don't help, but we must know we're needed. We have worse. We can help others. You can have a positive influence. We have. Our perception won't allow us to see that weaknesses only highlights strengths. It may be painful now, but any situation matter how dire there was always a better outcome far beyond your water streams are Passover side is not contention when our limited perception, what will make us happy. Is base on our ability to look beyond our faults is circumstances. Thank you for listening visit a website James, not or to find all feature episodes and the contact the show. Thank you again tune in again tomorrow for another daily message of perseverance to adversity.

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Comics for kids

Back To Work

03:56 min | 3 years ago

Comics for kids

"Her a chapter book. She loves ambulant. There's a new one coming out this month. I'm trying to think of the other comic ones. There's a lot of good ones out there. I mean, I think this is another one of those things where it helps to have a rabbi. So if you go to a comic shop and finds somebody who's down with like kids stuff and understands kick kits, comics, you can get some great recommendations. The only one I'd throw in beyond the ones that you've suggested is a comic by Jeff Smith called bone. Oh, yeah, right there big thick addition to that. Yeah, my my kids loved that one, and it's not superhero style. It's more comic strip style, but it's really, really good. And and I, I've known lots and lots of people have recommended this to come back and said that their kids really, really enjoyed it. There's nothing in it that would ever be considered even remotely adult, and it was serialized since like the early early nineties to the early two thousand. So it went for a long time. Well, and and the artwork is great. Stories are cute and it's just a fun, relatively wholesome type type of book for kids. So and parents to well one, I don't know why always feel so reluctant because to recommend this just because I'm. A weird liberal from the left coast. But if you think it's okay for your kid and you think kids ready for it? Lumber Janes is very good, especially for girl child, lumber jeans is real good. It's just about about a bunch of girls at summer camp and it's got some both medically, woke stuff in it, but it's also just really funny and super cute. And so for your tween or teen out the lumber Janes, it's really good media. I make sure it's okay with your, you know how you feel about the world, but I love it and it's full of messages I'm more than happy to put in front of my kid. Yeah, so that's really good what this is really good less adventure time? No, we haven't seen it yet was, was it sad or happy or what was what's gonna talk about it. She refuses to watch it really. It's like trying to get her to lie to watch the last Matt Smith doctor who she just she refuses to acknowledge that it's over how man? Yeah, I got to get into Stephen universe. I'm kind of in the Steven universe. I'm just not super into Stephen universe. I don't know that like all the Stephen universal. Please save yourself an Email by telling me, I really, really need to watch this. I know I really need to watch this every new episode of Steven universe. My daughter is literally screaming from another room. There's a lot happening right now in Steven universe. You wear Steven universe. I know about it. I've never. Uh-huh. Gyms is reason that lady has three is long story.

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"janes" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

03:54 min | 3 years ago

"janes" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"'cause you know, obviously, you know, I read your reports, read your stories, and you know, you hear about sherzer holding a players only meeting here about sherzer, Strasbourg, not being on the same page. You hear about this. You hear about that, you know what is going on there. But interesting outta meeting that I've been in functional clubhouses and the thing that you know he was there when Chris sale cut up jerseys in Chicago, he's he's seen my end. It's not that you know what I think what it is is is you took a team that had won ninety five games, two years in a row with us in Baker, and you fired him, and you brought in a guy who's never done this before and said, listen to this guy, and then things didn't go, well, you know, it was sort of evident that veteran team was gonna start asking questions. I think they did. I think we saw relievers, you know, more than just Kelly and Kinzler say, I don't. I don't know that I like what he's doing. You know, he's not experienced. We can't trust him. I don't give a sense from a lot of other people in there that they worry about about what he's doing Davies universally liked and pretty much everyone starts conversation with. He's a great guy, you know. So at least that's there. But I think it's just kind of a perfect storm of veteran clubhouse with a new guy and an expectation that you win. You know anything less than ninety five with these. This point. So I think they're guys asking questions. I think there was sort of a collective underachievement, a lotta guys contractors sort of focus inward instead of the team. And I think it's all kind of combined to put a lot of pressure on these guys and and losing health. You know, I don't. We wouldn't be talking about this. They were ten games over, but they're not for a myriad of reasons that definitely don't all have to do with their culture or just last one. Chelsea for somebody who's been around Bryce Harper for as long as you have and nationally, you know, we see him. He wants to make baseball fun. Again, we see the video. You know that I guess his brother put out of amusing to hairdryers to blow his hair. We saw what he did the homerun derby. He is definitely one of the most recognizable names faces. Who is he though, who who is Bryce Harper best. You can tell. Tell me I've been around for years and I've, I've tried to figure that out. I think I think the part they that people don't see is the guy who really loves family isn't upset for baseball. You know, it doesn't. He doesn't love the spotlight as much like he does or maybe data early career. And I think to the weight of everything that you know, his prominent has read onto him. His head seeped away on the last couple of years. He's he's not the make baseball fun again guy anymore. You know, he's, he's quiet. He doesn't talk a lot in the clubhouse to us. He he wants to go home after games and get out of there not trying to call themselves. So it's really interesting. But you know, for me right now, right? Harper's, the guy who's feeling pressure and sort of normal human who has a lot of people if you had a lot of people analyzing him and as a result has sort of just kind of tried to think into the background as much as you possibly can, but nobody likes them are Chelsea. Thanks for the time. We appreciate it. Let's check it. Check back in. With you as things beginning heat up one way or another for the nationals. Absolutely. Thanks for having me. You got to enjoy your work. That's Chelsea Janes of the Washington Post. Chelsea, underscore James quoting Adam. Eaton saying, I've been in dysfunctional clubhouses in this is not one of them, Chris sale cutting up. If you remember cutting up the alternate juror that was placed thing. I, if I'm not mistaken wasn't that was that a preseason game was that was that was a regular season game check where they, they want him to wear those alternate jerseys. That made it wasn't comfortable. And he's like, look, I understand, you're you all about promotion, but if I'm your ace and I want these uniforms, make me feel uncomfortable, shouldn't my comfort in my ability to do my job come before your marketing campaign sees sliced it up with a knife, right? And he just cut him up..

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"janes" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"janes" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"Women are born with these kind of very potent brains that could do whatever they want the rolls that they tend to assume within the group force them to favor one kind of emotional state versus the other you can have the state that's usually assumed by the males which is this cold cruel hunter state of mind or you can have this state that's more often assumed by the females which is the intuitive emotional nurturing and educating side right and of course all of this takes place within a by lobe brain a something that all vertebrates beginning with fish actually possess the human brain lobes look symmetrical but they're functionally different what we call him as feerick lateral ization and other vertebrates have this as well but its most striking in humans and then you have the in between all of this you have the neuronal fibers that are called the corpus callosum the connect and integrate two lobes each controls the movement of the opposite side they work in close congress with each other and we've discussed a lot of this on the show before with all things brain region in related we've learned a lot about function through dysfunction specifically injury and disease affecting specific regions of the brain and in recent decades learned even more through magnetic stimulation but essentially it comes down to this divide right brain you have non verbal emotional states dream spirituality music balance altered states of consciousness metaphor in holistic views and just a quick reminder that julian jane's in his bicameral mind hypothesis this is the the source of the voices yeah and then with a left brain we have doing we have action we have language and we the the complex meshing of competing emotions and he describes metaphor as quote the right brains unique contribution to the left brains language capability now for to recall the some of the interesting thoughts of julian janes janes had this whole idea that are very consciousness itself is built on the possibility of metaphor i don't know if he's correct about that.

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"janes" Discussed on First Things First

First Things First

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"janes" Discussed on First Things First

"Three last year he was in cleveland then he went to miami then went back to cleveland left the heat not such great terms of pat riley while riley was real mad at time he is now saying in a new book lebron made the right call going back to the cats chris manage what's the reaction to riley's recent there's there's always a method to pat rallies badness he's not working angle he doesn't say stuff unless there's a reason behind not gonna praise lebron james unless maybe he needs something at ron janes and then look i think it's a pipe dream to imagine lebron james going back to miami he went to miami the first time after a lot of consideration when in their prime chris bosh and dwayne wade were there now because miami is kinda landlocked with some bad salaries some of them are tradable but some salaries tyler johnson salary really really bad i enjoy it obviously the back end of his career lebron wherever he goes is going to go somewhere where you get one or two other big time stars with them and look they're always big game hunting in miami they chase gordon hayward had shot at gordon hayward they try to convince some guys to not sign longterm deals that place they recruit the next year so i get what he's trying to do but i just don't think it's possible i think it's it's it's pieinthesky for the miami the only thing if you're miami heat fan listening this by the way i totally agree that's what riley's doing riley is trying to at least open the window open slightl opened the door slightly ajar to lebron having his decision this offseason be to go to miami the only reason that i would think it's even somewhat plausible as i do remember the first time lebron went to miami at this point that year they were not on the radar like there were few people saying i think miami and those people are shouted down mostly it was about chicago it was about the knicks it was about potentially a pipe dream of the lakers and then miami started gaining momentum later in the process once.

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"janes" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"janes" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Dribble lam's for the ron janes were always mortified lille's hero ball left goodies 360 khris inside at subsidies block all up strong around the room constant try to gather attacking in the shot clock violations before he could rebound rebounded soup baseline left a boy from his ought to be murray was thompson made himself available but he came back from backside got all basketball and another cleveland turnovers they have eight vow and a sloppy start here in the second half wade seventy left for the third murray jogs the dribble over the left wing it up by lot extended feeds all ridge now the doubleteam council could order that wait around assault rhymes underlying approach to the back don't see what the right hand powders saw with the strong finnish ranting hey cleveland timeouts well uh gave the low post and that's going to leave somebody open you don't expect cowardice all the gold from 3point line to rim and throw it down with authority buddy did unilateral pile yup with the right hand man were that san antonio enjoys a fourpoint lead we have a time out call by the cavs eight minutes two seconds left in the third quarter san antonio fifty nine cleveland 55 you're listening to the nba on espn radio and the us pnr live from the state street studios this is chicago's number one football station psb and one thousand.

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