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Fresh "Janice" from KNX Afternoon News with Mike Simpson and Chris Sedens
"Accident lawyer dot com. Next report for 55 before traffic reports more often I'm Janice Mondo and the S T. C c u 24 Hour Traffic Center K Next 10 70 NewsRadio. Temperatures will be mild, but we will have plenty of sunshine. Today We still have those gusty onshore wind mid seventies for the coast upper seventies for Ellen, Orange County, Metro Low nineties for the valleys low nineties for the inland empire mid nineties for the high deserts and mid seventies for the mountains temperature's going up by a few degrees for Wednesday and Thursday before pulling back down again for Friday into Saturday, with Southern California's most accurate, incredible forecast on CBS to meteorologist Early for K Index, 10 70 news radio 80 80 in Pasadena, Long Beach. It's 82 degrees and an Irvine it Sadie. It's for 47 as the US passes 200,000 corona virus related deaths since the beginning of the pandemic. The White House is trying to downplay the statistic and play up a.
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Janissary Music
"I'm Naomi Moon Welcome to classics for. Kids. Let's start this show off with a bang. You. Know how? When a certain kind of music catches on whether it's rap or jazz or Latino suddenly you hear it all over well, all over Europe in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries you would have heard Turkish flavored music like this marked by Ludwik von Beethoven. A very reasonable question would be if Beethoven was German, what was he doing writing Turkish music? The Sultan who ruled Turkey used to have a very select group of guards called Jan Aseries, actually, jams areas, what the Turkish term for new army sounded like to European ears like most armies. The Janice series had a band and since this was a Turkish army, the Janice every band used Turkish instruments like bass drums, triangles, and cymbals when the Sultan of Turkey since January, bands to Europe people went nuts over the exotic sound of those instruments hey, couldn't get enough of Turkish. Music. European composers knowing what their audiences wanted to hear started writing. Turkish. Sounding pieces and even set some of those pieces in Turkey This is the overture to Mozart's opera the abduction from the Seraglio. Seraglio. Was the Turkish Sultan's palace a palace which he kept US sizable Harem of wives. Plural. Very poor. Mozart wasn't the only composer to set an opera in Turkey German composer. Carl Maria. Von Vaber did to and he even gave his opera a Turkish name. Abu Hassan. And Turkish sounds crept into orchestra music too. For Instance Haydn's symphony number one. Kendrick. Since people associated the sound of drums, triangles and cymbals with Turkish army bands that Haydn symphony came to be known as the Military Symphony. The best symbols in the world are still made by the same family that made them in Haydn's day the Zil jains, the name zillion is Turkish for symbol maker a Turkish Sultan gave it to the first symbol maker in the family almost four centuries ago today zillions live in Massachusetts where they make the symbols you here in rock bands and symphony orchestras. That's from Wellington's victory by Beethoven. After. The FAD for January music died down the cymbals bass drums and triangles didn't go back to Turkey those instruments. Oh, their place in today's orchestras and bands to the eighteenth century European craze for Turkish music of all the composer's latched onto the sound of the January band I think Beethoven did it best? My favorite bit of January music is tucked into the middle of the last movement of Beethoven's Ninth Symphony. That Sound is a controversy soon, the lowest pitched woodwind instrument there is it's acting almost like a bass drum. Back when January music was popular, you could buy a piano equipped with a special. January pedal by thumping down on it, you could accompany yourself with your own personal triangle and drums percussion section. Unfortunately today, those pianos are only found in museums when both amodio Mozart composed his Turkish Rondo he managed to get the piano to imitate Janice drums even without a special pedal. That's Mozart's Turkish Rondo. Now that you know about the Turkish part to find out what a Rondo is, join me next time for classics for kids.
Fresh "Janice" from Fox News Rundown
"Everything changed with May. Democrats tried to block Justice Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation two years ago after Republicans blocked President Obama's nominee in 2016, saying it shouldn't happen in an election year. There's flooding in and around Houston with up to 20 inches of rain expected in that part of Texas Tropical Storm Beta made landfall last night near Port O'Connor, Texas. The system will continue to weaken as it stalls over the coast. Heavy rainfall will be a big risk for the Southeast Texas coastline through Louisiana. Hannah and the Mississippi Valley over the next few days. Fox meteorologists Janice Team America's listening to Fox News. This is Wichita number one Talk 98 7 and 13. 30 K M SS. Stevenson's the morning here on K and A is this 98 7 13 30 says You could also listen. Online and Kate innocence radio dot com for the radio dot com app and you can listen. By telling your smart speaker to play can assess radio many ways that you can listen to Wichita Number one Talk Stephen 10 in the morning, Right here on and s three. Make things which is our school district, asking 198 teachers, faculty and staff to quarantine. Eight positive cases in UST 259. CNN's Kansas governor Kelly concerned about new covert 19 cases urging everyone to wear the masks. Senate Republican leaders promised to move quickly on Trump's nominee to replace Justice.
Dallas Stars Advance To Stanley Cup Finals With 3-2 OT Win Over Golden Knights
"Stars trying to get to the Cup finals for the first time in 20 years. The Golden Knights needed a win to stay alive in Vegas had it to nothing lead, but the start would rally to force overtime. Here's how this game it behind the net. Corey Perry spreads it out wide leg. Rope. A heads up high for Klingberg fakes the shot one time Curry on the store's Janice Fury on the store's win Game five. They win. The Siri's Josh Belgorod had the call of the Stars Radio network. Dallas wins this game 32. They win the series four games to one. And the Stars will play for the cup against either the Lightning or the Islanders. The team with the best record in
Fresh "Janice" from Memphis Morning News
"Minutes all morning long your next report at 6 40 on NewsRadio 1055. W E. R C. Looks like we'll have a little mix of clouds and sun today and about 77 for the high. Nice Cool. Start this morning. Partly cloudy and 55. Alabama's morning news leaks coming up in just a couple minutes. With a look of the Kobe numbers here in Alabama. But first Fox News covers the World Fox News. I'm Chris Foster, with just two Republican senators so far, saying no Senate Judiciary Committee chairman Lindsey Graham tells Fox. They have the votes to confirm President Trump's next Supreme Court nominee. We're going to report the nomination out of the committee to the floor of the United States Senate so we can vote before the election. Best a constitutional process after cabin on everything changed with May. Democrats tried to block Justice Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation two years ago after Republicans blocked President Obama's nominee in 2016, saying it shouldn't happen in an election year. There's flooding in and around Houston with up to 20 inches of rain expected in that part of Texas Tropical Storm Beta made landfall last night near Port O'Connor, Texas. The system will continue to weaken as it stalls over the coast. Heavy rainfall will be a big risk for the Southeast Texas coastline through Louisiana. Hannah and the Mississippi Valley over the next few days, Fox meteorologist Janice Dean America's listening to boxing The latest Corona virus figures released by the Alabama Department of Public Health Show just 754 new cases. There's a petition circulating on change dot org's asking that the entire.
Chicago Public School Students Back Online After A Bumpy Start
"Are are back back on on line line this this morning morning for for the the second second day day of of the the learning. learning. A A one one had had some some hiccups hiccups says says we we hear hear from from WG WG ends ends Glenn Glenn Marshall Marshall uneducated put it like this. Everyone became a first year teacher once again after going through this the learning situation with more than 350,000 students on one thing that was important for the school year technology. Since remote learning is scheduled for the first quarter of the school year, CPS said they handed out around 128,000 devices that would help students. He also offered free high speed Internet for families that qualified. Still, that didn't stop frustrations coming from parents about issues with dealing with Internet problems. Even some teachers voiced their concerns on a zoom call yesterday morning. The Chicago Teachers Union talked about the lack of supplies there, seeing and how it could affect the school year. CPS CEO Dr Jack Janice Jackson says those who still have issues with unreliable Internet access have been encouraged to teach from their classrooms. But some teachers with health challenges. Say that is not an option. Hundreds of suburban
White House memo calls for ban on feds offering race-related training
"The White House's reportedly ordering federal agencies to cancel racial sensitivity training a memo released to the Washington Post as president, Trump decided to cut millions of dollars in funding used on training having to do with white privilege or critical race theory. Calling such training divisive
Chicago Public Schools Gets Ready For Remote Learning On Tuesday
"Their new academic year next week remotely as officials talk about the high note the school system ended on CPS officials say the system set a new record high five year high school graduation rate of 82, a half percent. While the dropout rate went down to 5.6% Tuesday, though it's a whole new ball game with remote learning getting underway. Schools CEO Janice Jackson School is in session. It may look different, but that we're not taking our foot off the gas, and it is critically important that our students not only complete school, but that they have a really experienced doctor. Jackson says. 128,000 devices have been distributed to students who need them, and efforts have been made to get Internet service for students who haven't had it. Students will have to log in each morning as attendance will be taken, and teams will knock on doors of families that did not engage in remote learning last spring and don't connect next week. Bernie too, for
Attorneys for teen accused of killing two people in Kenosha claim he acted in self-defense
"Their client is innocent. The law firm appears Bainbridge issued a lengthy statement on 17 year old Kyle written houses behalf yesterday. Attorney John Pearce is Rittenhouse was threatened by an angry mob the night of August 25th during protests against the shooting of Jacob Blake in Kenosha. The lawyers has written house did nothing wrong and acted in self defense when he fired his weapon. Who died and a third was injured in the shooting. The Tour de France is under way.
Hurricane Laura Slams Into Gulf Coast, Weakens to Category 2 Storm
"Weakening to a Category two storm this morning after making landfall early today on Louisiana's western Gulf Coast is a Category four Storm where dangerous storm surges, flooding and massive power outages or possible National Hurricane Center director Ken Graham think about the hurricane force winds that's damaging enough, but it's the storm surge is the most deadly part of these thieves, tropical systems and and it's just a force of water. I mean, think about all the winds pushing that water in and well inland. We're expecting some of the surge even to get north of I 10. In certain areas. So if you think about that is destructive, even the storm surge can destroy houses and destroy structures. Just incredibly dangerous situation for still for all those folks, we're still waiting for damage assessments. The eye of Laura moving northward now along the Louisiana Texas state line in Arkansas. Fox meteorologists Janice Dean Tornado watch. In effect we see particularly some weak tornadoes with these landfalling hurricanes today will be no different on the tracks. It's going to move northward. It's going to weaken and then we're still going to be talking about this storm on Friday and through the weekend as it goes across the Ohio Valley and eventually the Northeast 15 inches of rain expected in some areas along the storm's path.
Trump to pardon Susan B. Anthony on anniversary of 19th Amendment
"News time. 9 33 Today is the 1/100 anniversary of women getting the right to vote President Trump and the first lady will participate in the signing of a proclamation today and Mr Trump says he will pardon Susan B. Anthony arrested for voting in 18 72. Locally. There is an exhibit of the 19th amendment. Janice Monger is president and CEO of the Staten Island Museum, He tells 10 10 women was definitely central in a lot of the marches and New York State granted women the right to go in 1917. So we were ahead of the Federal Amendment, but they still advocated because we wanted to make sure women all over the country. And the latest information about that museum exhibit N Y
Ilyse Hogue, President of NARAL Pro-Choice America, discusses new book "The Lie That Binds"
"I'm Jim Taylor skinner, and this is the electorate on this episode, have a conversation with the hogue, the president of Nero Pro, choice America, and he joins me to discuss her new book. The lie that binds it's really an incredible book and it chronicles how abortion rights of all from being a non-partisan backburner issue to a central 'cause champion by conservatives in the radical, right. This is really one of those books that I have to read twice. It's that informative. So without further ADO, here's my conversation with Elise. Hogue. leasehold welcome to the cast. Thank you so much. You're. So before we jump into your book, I want us to talk about something because I recently learned that you were from Texas and that really my inches because I'm also from the South I'm from Memphis Tennessee, and I was reading one of your interviews where you'd said that you wanted to leave Texas because Uber afraid that you'd be bored and that was something like totally relate to. Manila it was sort of. Knew that there was a being rolled out there and I wanted to. It be challenged in You don't both my own horizons, but also different people different people think and act and. I am so privileged grateful to have been able to do that. You know I have to admit, and you may relate to this as being from a have A. Of defensiveness when it comes to people bashing Texas, they're such amazing people. They're they're such amazing within their and during such good work, and you can't judge inspired leaders. You have to judge us by Jordan Molly ivins in grammar yards and Janice Joplin for goodness. Sake. Now. There's just and that's true everywhere where there's adversity, there are amazing women trying to make a better future to Tennessee. It's true taxes in needs recognized. That is absolutely true. I FEEL DEFENSIVE ABOUT MEMPHIS TO MEMPHIS. Amazing. You know have Bill Street. Yeah. There's some things that I wanted to get to and that's where I connected with you because I was like, yes, I understand that needs to escape. But yet you know having these strong ties to my hometown It's. US You know and I always say at in calm from a reproductive rights background at came to it, and part of that is my experience in Texas in watching Texans in particularly poor people in taxes in rural people in Texas I'm being the canaries in coalmines of these rearrested policies that use reproductive oppression disenfranchise. So I really love this book because I've read some bit of this history in different books over time, and you just put it together into end. So well, right and I. I think one of the things about the Republican. Party. That happens I think we have these debates in the media when people talk about it as we just accept the Republican. Party. As is right without kind of thinking about how they got here or the illogic of their kind of overarching philosophy because a lot of it doesn't really make sense. Right. But you know when you read your book, the Republican Party today is not the way that it used to be like it's not recognisable from. Prior, to nineteen seventy right you at one Haley. How they kind of cobbled together this coalition of these disaffected smaller groups. You know these Democrats, who weren't happy with the passage of the Civil Rights Act and know some religious groups. So what were some of these initial groups in that coalition? Awkward it was a little bit. The opposite, right that every every political party has factions. There's no question about it, but you know as as the sort of book opens, you do see Jerry Falwell senior, who, subsequently passed and Paul and at small set a really fundamental as they call themselves dominion. It S, which means they believe God gave digging into white men over systems, elliptical, economic social systems, and. Our. Country, whereas before they had to do very much Mansi in short all the sudden is rich move mad. The Women's Liberation Movement is really challenging total control over power systems in the country and they mobilized to political action fighting school desegregation and. It's a long long story. You see throughout the book is that. An establishment GOP, which you still have any conservatives who still had social liberals in fiscal conservatives, they were not finding enough to hang together in related. People who hadn't been voting band goals were building over ten. Maybe we should add up and there was crew rate and they got more and more halt on a constituency within their electoral coalition that increasingly represented a small small action in the country in their views and they. Title, they were making deals with the devil and they. You know what? If anything can prince is that the artifice around abortion which seemed great to that at the time and I'm sure we'll discuss. Because one place where were toweling. Stream minority and they knew they didn't have public pain on their side. So it was a constant balancing act and what ended up happening is these radicals increasingly over to the party with each subsequent election, and trump is the ultimate manifestation of that.
"janice" Discussed on Speak Out World: Arts, Activism & More!
"Welcome welcome to another episode of speak-out world. S. This devoted to artists and activism and more. August quote, right. Everybody knows that have quote right? So The quote is if you have to ask what Jazz. You're never know that's what Louis Armstrong said. Catch. Out In our guest today. We have. The. Legendary. Musician and founder of jazz matters at went in Janice Williams..
Chicago Public Schools Finalize Remote Learning Plan To Start School Year
"Students students will will start start the the fall fall semester. semester. Learning Learning remotely remotely from from off off campus campus by by your your light light put, put, says says it's it's a a decision decision based based on on scientific scientific data data regarding regarding the the Corona Corona virus. virus. CPS CPS CEO CEO Janice Jackson says it's not a perfect plan and comes with some concerns students who called from economically disadvantaged backgrounds. I am extremely concerned about what this means for them, and I see it there time and time again. We are doing everything that we can to try to mitigate any, you know adverse effects to kids having to be educated in this way, so I want to make no mistake. I'm also concerned about kids who live in environments that are on, she says. It's students will use computers and ipads remotely. Publishing equivalent of a full day's class work. Daily. 24th Ward Alderman Michael Scott is chairman of City Council's Education committee. I think this gives us the opportunity to reset ourselves. Toe. Let us understand what the data is showing. And then reevaluate this plan in November, Governor Pritzker's
Chicago Schools Reopening Online Only as Coronavirus Cases Rise
"Looking forward to a hybrid schools program this fall have had their hopes dashed as the Nationals. Third largest school district announces online only classes, at least at first Chicago public schools, CEO Janice Jackson explains. Although our families expressed how much they wanted to return to their school communities and how much they're students, miss your friends and teachers. They did not feel that this was the right time. There's been an increase in covert 19 cases in the city.
Chicago Schools to Begin Fall Remotely, Dropping Hybrid Plan
"Course over covert 19 worries and says it will begin fall classes on Lee Online at first had planned a hybrid instruction programme. Chicago public schools CEO Janice Jackson explains. We will begin the new school year learning at home and continue learning remotely for the first quarter, which ends on November 6th. Mayor Lori Lightfoot has a message for parents who have to find a way to make that work. We also understand the struggle. This will be for many of our parents. You have to manage work, child care and all the other needs at home, which is in part why we're making this announcement now, But CBS is Adriana Diaz reports the number of covert 19 cases is up in the Midwest. Minnesota epidemiologist Dr Michael Osterholm says outbreaks will continue to read night if people keep ignoring health guidelines were simultaneously fighting two different diseases. One is covert 19. The other one's Cove in 19 fatigue. CBS NEWS update. Um Allison Keys 3 30
Chicago public schools will start the school year all virtual
"Public schools will begin the school year remotely. They're hoping to return to a hybrid system for the second quarter. CPS CEO Janice Jackson says that all likely means no sports for the fall as well. Chicago
CPS will begin school year with students learning at home
"City and school leaders say it was a tough decision, but students will not be in the classroom even part time to start the academic year. W BBM political editor Craig Del Amore has the latest with new Corona virus cases hovering around 300 today. Chicago Public schools CEO Janice Jackson says consultations with health officials Faculty and parents led them to decide There won't be time in the classrooms in September, we will begin the new school year learning at home and continue learning remotely for the first quarter, which ends on November 6. Aldermen Michael Scott, who chairs the City Council's education committee, was one relieved Parent. My Children were very excited about the hybrid model As a parent, I was You really scared? It's in my child back to school, and I know that there are a lot of parents. A lot of teachers were also afraid of kind of what was going to happen. I think this gives us the opportunity to reset ourselves. School officials say there will be a full day of learning online each day. Craig Della More news Radio, 105.9
Fox News’ Janice Dean criticizes Gov Cuomo's handling of nursing homes amid the coronavirus pandemic crisis
"Cuomo has been doing a victory lap over the Improved numbers in New York. However, there's a piece in USA Today by Janice Dean. Janice Dean is the Fox news meteorologist. And she said Covert 19 killed my in laws after Cuomo's reckless New York nursing home policy. She said. First didn't blame anybody. This is a pandemic. Then we learn about the policy that put them in danger. She says. Then we learned that Cuomo's administration March 25 order that recovering Corona virus patient be placed into nursing homes. Mandate also borrowed nursing homes from requiring incoming patients to be tested prior to admission, readmission. She says that order state into effect for 46 days, during which time over 6000 patients with the virus replaced in these facilities, housing our most vulnerable To date, at least 6500 of our most helpless seniors have been killed by the virus. Even the governor himself said the virus could sweep through nursing homes like fire through dry grass. She said. We had no idea until it was too late. She says he can't believe it's not a bigger story. She says. It's a puff piece past puff piece. Interview with Good Morning America CBS morning. Today, Tonight show by Jimmy Fallon People magazines to have asking important questions all focused on the governor's love life. She said it was infuriating. The death toll in our senior living facilities in New York, she writes alone, with bigger than 9 11 and Hurricane Katrina combined. Where is the outrage? Cuomo is desperate for a scapegoat.
Judge denies request to stop US agents from making arrests in Portland
"Judge denies a request to keep federal agents from making arrests in Portland, Oregon, Oregon attorney General Rosenbloom filed a lawsuit to end the action amid protests over systemic racism and police brutality. The district judge explained she didn't show why this case is different from others looking to vindicate their rights to freedom of speech and assembly. The Trump Administration has said they don't plan on leaving the city until the violence stops.
Los Angeles County Parks, Libraries To Be Considered For ‘Alternative Learning Sites’
"Los Angeles County will explore using parks and libraries as alternative learning sites for students and unincorporated areas. Well, schools remain closed because of the pandemic, while school district have been working to develop distance learning plans that work for all a gap is anticipated between what schools can provide and what families need be it technology and Internet access. Or supervision for their kids during the school day Supervisor Janice Hahn. I want to make sure that access to technology and wife I will not be a hindrance for our students and their families. Dr. Alfonso Jimenez is superintendent of the Hacienda Lapuente Unified School District, having our parks and libraries served as places of learning provider at promised students with the safe place to access. The Internet, whether it be at the restoration center or three any other libraries that are open or become open. Han pointed to county parks already running Summer day camps safely amid the pandemic, and hopes that a similar model can be used to provide safe supervised spaces for students to engage in distance learning. While they can't be in the classroom, a report is due back in 30
LA County Parks, Libraries To Be Considered For ‘Alternative Learning Sites’
"Of the pandemic, while school district's have been working to develop distance learning plans that work for all Ah, gap is anticipated between what schools can provide and what families need be it technology and Internet access or supervision for their kids during the school day supervisor Janice Hahn, I want to make sure that access to technology and Wife. I will not be a hindrance for our students and their families. Dr. Alfonso Jimenez is superintendent of the Hacienda Lapuente Unified School District, Having our parks and libraries served as places of learning provider at promised students with the safe place to access the Internet, whether it be at the restoration center or three any other libraries. That are open or become open. Han pointed to county parks already running Summer day camps safely amid the pandemic, and hopes that a similar model can be used to provide safe supervised spaces for students to engage in distance learning. While they can't be in the classroom, a report is due back in 30 days. Margaret
"janice" Discussed on The Toxin Terminator
"A book very soon, and it's helping me become a better person, a better coach, so that is my by story rounding decluttering, but opens you up so so berry much in doesn't matter. I have a friend that has some suits that she wore in her previous profession where she was extremely lucrative. The, suits are extremely expensive, and she has a lot of feeling about those suits and I've been able to work with her as a client of mine. I also help people with that as well as a client of mine I've been able to help her finally come to the place of where she can let go. By letting go, she's able to take the next stage in her life, which is a better one? It's a more productive one. It is a healthier one, and it's allowing her to reconnect, and it's a step of progress and growth when you can declutter. I love it I have been personally myself going through. There's a couple of things my husband and I have talked. Many many times about going fulltime in our motorhome, which I'm sitting in right now and obviously that takes an immense amount of declutter because there's a lot that you will not be able to take. We say yes, we say no. It hasn't settled honest yet, but you know. It's one of those things where it's like we need to do it now. Because if we wait, who's to say both of us are going to be around. For us to be able to do what it is that we wanna do what we wanna do that and enjoy it. We need to do it now. That I found for myself for decluttering number one I'm constantly because I go back and forth between two homes. I am constantly disposing of close in. I like to give him to women's shelters. Is what I choose to do with my clothes when I give away. But and I don't know if this is right, wrong or indifferent Janice I just wanted to.
"janice" Discussed on The Poetry Magazine Podcast
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"janice" Discussed on The Poetry Magazine Podcast
"The hard hard long winters and then the the Kinda hired. Tricky Springs that to me right away was arresting for me that juxtaposition of a winter starved hair and a magnolia and that each of these creatures are kind of they're part of the same system but they don't have to be paying attention to each other. It's the readers and writers of poems who are paying attention to them at once. Yeah and I was really intrigued as well by the role of this speaker the I who is interacting with this landscape and with these creatures. There's a kind of respect and also a kind of almost conversational interlocutory quality that the speaker has there's really a sense that you get of thought and exchange that's happening and especially that final line which is on its own as a single line stanza the only one in the poem. I understand it now. I see the reason agree. And there's a wonderful secrecy there even at the same time that it's You know being so declaratory in terms of declaring agreement So I really was taken by that role of sort of speaking subjects in this incredibly austere winter landscape and again you know the way that the that the lions and the sentences are put together with with so much lyrical. Sonic care. There's a one line fairly early in the poem. Third Stanza which you you heard Janet Harrington reads so beautifully morning mournful the Prairie Seals win scored stems with snow. What a fantastic phrase. The Prairie Seals Wind scored stems with snow with siblings of the SS and the O vowels. But the other thing that stood out to me there was seals seals. There is a verb. But when you first read it. It's almost as if the poem is conjuring. Some kind of prairie seal of prairie seal creature you know and I love the way the poem makes you have to correct yourself. Go back and reread. Because it's it's it's crystalline. You know the way that the vowels and consonants are working with one another and then you realize there's with kind of the gorgeous -ness of that there's also this incredibly fleeting moment in which prairie seals can blossom in your in your mind as a kind of beautiful mistake that then you can tactically correct. You know when you when you reread and and I think that's just really wonderful. Yeah I agree. I love the way. This poem takes the austerity and the seeming emptiness or sadness of winter and really builds it out and pays such close attention to it that we see that. It's really not as empty as we might think. It is with these magnolias. Winter starved hairs and the WASPS and that it also takes the time of this moment right before spring is coming or maybe spring has like slightly shown itself but it still win scored with snow to take the time to really repeat words like morning bidder morning and then two lines later morning mourn full. The Prairie Seals Wind scored stems with snow. This taking time to really think through what the landscape is offering to maybe make a slight correction from morning to mournful or at least add the additional dimension that mournful adds to morning was really beautiful to me and I also think that sort of repetition happens again with not yet not yet gives us that feeling of an endless winter that you're really waiting for something to change and you have to create that change maybe for yourself in the way that you see the environment and I love how that pairs with the secrecy at the end that you were talking about Christina. 'cause I really loved that part of the poem to the way that the speaker talks about understanding something but doesn't tell us what that understanding is and so we're left to sort of look back at the landscape of the palm and try and figure it out for ourselves and I love that sort of openness at the poem grants us and that it's also sort of alluded to earlier a few lines above where the speaker says. I can't explain the cardinals I've seen of late this so we're giving the cardinals but were not given any explanation. The speaker acknowledges that that there is no explanation. She can offer but it's important to point to the cardinals anyway. I really enjoyed that. There is an explanation. It's in that wind. I can hear the wind. We can hear the wind all through this palm one of the interesting things about as I think. A lot of people get hung up on the idea that there's like a a volta or a change towards the end of a palm if they think too much about sonnets and this isn't a Sonnet for me. The volt is right in the middle of the poem where I hear the wind the most here inside a stock of Goldenrod Gall. Wasp will ride hard winter out here between my ribs wasps of lonely whilst not yet not yet way and right hard winter out the changes between that landscape. We've been talking about and what is deepest inside our human existence between our ribs. The wasps of lonely the wasps of not yet not yet are also waiting for writing hard winter out and as you're thinking about it and that's a big change in the palm you're wondering what will blossom them when the spring finally comes summer beyond it and as you're saying. Lindsey you don't really know that yet. It's too soon to know there's sort of the breadth of yearning in this poem and the reason is upon says such a slow season laggard. I mean but I think like many poetry readers. I Just Love Crows when they're in palm. You know the cardinals. We've we see them here especially in the mid West of course but those crows in a you know the the palm has a kind of You know there's sort of gentle spirit. That is running through it but it's also got that hard won re sort of sense of reality you get in the Midwest. The crows plaque vista where they bully even air. Staten morning with the sharpest. Aw I mean you can hear the calling of the crows but you know it's also a very sort of moment of it's a warm moment in the palm because there's a funny thing there when you find are in palm a w. e. to to to to see that sort of as it were be transmitted through the wings fists of the bullying. Crows is really remarkable. It kinda does wake you up and then I just loved the line that Christina was talking about at the very end you know with the stabbing the morning with the sharpest. Aw I understand it now I see the reason and agree that to me is the sign of about as much hopefulness in bleak or cold landscape is you can ask for to see the reason for something and consent to it puts the human being in that landscape with the Magnolia and the hair and the cardinals and the crows. It's hard to fit yourself into a landscape when you're human being and landscape is so hard and even endangered as the prairie has been but here that toughness that leads you to affirmation you know is a different kind of illumination than you expect. An upon that talks about the seasons morning mournful the prairie seals.
"janice" Discussed on The Poetry Magazine Podcast
"Beauty can be like this dirty word if you're a poet. You're not supposed to say that. I mean you're supposed to have given that up but I see women who have not given it up and I'm interested in that resistance born and raised at Alabama Harrington's family moved to Nebraska when she was eight years old then jobs in life brought her tail and but she noticed that her poems hadn't moved there were just so many poems set in the south or set in Nebraska that I became curious. Why aren't you writing more about the Mid West? That surround you so Harrington with a friend decided to visit every State Park in Illinois but we would have to live for at least three hundred years to see every State Park in the state of Illinois. During the three years she did try. She got to see the beauty of the state and it's changing ecosystems. I sort of want to sneak up on readers and make them reconsider what they think they know whether that's about nature or whether it's about what they believe. An African American female poet could care about Harrington says she's interested in how black women in particular create beauty. It started when she began observing the women in her family. No matter what's going on in the world and sometimes despite what is going on in the world they are trying to make beauty Alice Walker has that incredible essay where she talks about her own mother. Creating these this incredible garden with the flowers that everybody stop to admire and that that was radical militant political activity to create beauty. And it's difficult to do. It is difficult to sustain it but I see black women doing it all the time and it not being celebrated or dismissed. Because it's not it's not war. It's not this big grand dramatic gesture instead they are these small gestures that are sustained day in and day out. And we we don't even know it. Sometimes we don't even know that the beauty and what they have created is enabling us to go out into the world stronger. Here's Janice Harrington reading wind shear under the Magnolia a winter starved hair stills and pretends it is not there and wanting less of fearfulness. I pretend I do not see my camouflage the wild promises in my gaze and step carefully by.
"janice" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast
"I say anybody got passing. Just look on your phone okay. All right we'll leave about the key players playing at not so we've got. The senators wrote extremely good. Oh stop it for Second Ryan at this point. In the podcast Janice Connolly Aka Barbara. Nice did one of her trademark stage dives now. It would not work very well in the audio podcast. Takes a bit of time. And there's nothing really to listen to accept extraneous sound. That's the company people like unstrung claim which hurrying to check out the podcast. The kind of thing into but we have more respect for you than that so if you wish to view the stage dive than please go to. Youtube. I'm look up herring one nine six seven and you can view that stage died in all. Its wonder and amazement. It was something to say. I can tell you. So it's worth doing but for now. Let's return to the audio podcast where visual things are not allowed to to the audio nature was was the question a remember remember there was. I can't wait audio version. Drug costs with event. The the first.
"janice" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast
"Like keeping things really not faking stuff is better. We're definitely oh that's good to know that you did that right. I'M GONNA ask you some emergency quest. Okay this is the new version emergency but since she'll with twenty five extra questions in the back so if you bought the green when you have to buy this for the twenty-five right just awesome all the twenty five questions now than after by the book and that's the question is that's that's that's a bad question you can ask me anything. He puts it in the book through the end. What was the way? This reason you ever skydived off school Janice Distri Guard. We were skydiver. Oh yeah everybody skydived you have to like a right to passage isn't a? I can't think of a weird reason. You just say we're not go in what you just littering. I mean I remember very clearly an interesting experience in school was never graveyard and we went into a church me and my friend. John is the to Johnny says we will and we both were solicited there in this little church we both said you believe in God believing God leaving. Let's just ask for sign and the doors diplo open. I'm telling you so then. We ran out screaming. That did happen. You make what you will especially this close to Halloween all right. I'll ask you this question. I said I wouldn't ask you any questions. By if your genitals had to be replaced by the face of one of the muppets one of them the face would be able to interact and communicate in exactly the same way as the.
"janice" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast
"Hey welcome this week. Where UP IN MANCHESTER? With the Amazing Janice Connolly Aka Barbara. Nice as lots of fun to be had in this one plus some visual stuff that People listening to the audio might like to check out on Youtube Channel after they have listened to it but what Come and see us live. We're doing lots more this year around the country mainly in London at the moment where the rest of square theater every Monday till April the sixth April six sold out. But there are tickets. Forever's as I speak said a couple of guests to announce that one where the Birmingham pocos festival it sold out but let me tell you. Naughty holder is going to be the guest. That's pretty exciting. And we're Norwich which is also something that we don't have any guests confirmed for that one yet we'll be at the Edinburgh fringe For the first ten days in early August if the editor fringes and cancelled by pestilence. And we'll be back at the theater in October November on Mondays. All throughout those. We've in the back of my throat with lots of the pretty edged out is fine. I want some fantastic guests are lined up in my mind and I hope they will come to. Fruition is pretty exciting lineup of series nineteen We're still watching series team at the moment which is also has a pretty exciting climate with great guests coming up so thanks for your support become a badge if you want to help us make more costs telling friends about the podcast. If you don't WanNa pay any money then they listened to it and then that will get some money as well so thanks very much. Let's sit back and enjoy. Rally Sta with.
"janice" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK
"A. okay please hold all calls and enjoy the show and don't turn that down from thirteen eighty W. A. okay what question hello he's with us Janice in to meet him at this now four oh four eight nine two two seven oh three sisters in law are amusing talk thirteen eighty W. things okay this is how much and we're good afternoon and then we welcome back this is a long news and talk a okay well I have to play this Christmas last.
"janice" Discussed on The Get Foxy Show
"Like triology. Something that's going to stay in the mouth for twelve hours and is going to provide those nutrients so that the gums have a continuous Resource for healing. You you do that and you're going to have healthy gums fantastic Janice thank you so much for taking the time today. I sure appreciate it and and I've I honor you and thank you for doing this research because this is stuff that people aren't talking about so you're you're on the cutting edge of things here so thank you very much. Thank you Terry. I really enjoyed and I appreciate you. Allow me to share our knowledge with your your guest. Dan Dan Fascinating stuff. The gums are the gateway to your overall systemic health. This is something that we just. Don't talk about in our society nowadays and I will say that after this interview view Janice did send me some triology products to try out and I have to tell you. I have noticed a huge difference in my my gum health and my teeth. Oh my gosh fantastic. Product full full hearted endorsement by me. I'm not paid to make that endorsement. Excellent but wow good good products so definitely check them out until next year I love. y'All take care.
"janice" Discussed on KHVH 830AM
"Mouse drafting Janice are you there yes I am good morning good morning which you got for us this week well I just wanted to alert people to one of the probably the lesser known things that are actually in the building code that is a requirement that a lot of people are not aware of and this is how they get in trouble Wednesday night and the night the words some time so a landing it's always required when you are being a building especially if they are going to be there you cannot just take it and be going downstairs idiot Lee there needs to be a landing and it needs to be at least three feet in depth yes so like property I Monday there I was wondering if that this set of stairs was permitted and it wasn't because there was no landing and it couldn't be because there's actually a tense but he's been on that side of the house yeah thank you owners of course had no clue knowing how old is this house Janice legal order home no it's actually in the home is older but then there was an addition that was added and the fish and was done in two thousand twelve and so kind of took out the tape measure and said I don't think a landing would stay here and then after checking on the plants that came with the permit in two thousand twelve which confirm the actual distance of the whole from the property line yeah there's no way anything can fit outside so now they've got a sliding glass door that see there is six foot wide or eight foot white door the end you would if you walk out of it without stairs on the landing tumble with you know a couple of do you need a landing you know why why because you know most Americans will work out enough and you know you go Christmas shopping you got all these gifts and you're huffing and puffing then you getting up to the stairs and you're like I got to put this stuff down I'm all out of shape so I can open the door see the landing let's see well I got it all right on falling backwards down the stairs holding these gifts all at the same time and and that happened in this it did DB Peter lake we better make one cold for landings yep Arnold has sought after but I'm sure the safety issues still he actually follow the international residential and building codes they didn't create it themselves so it's all about safety might be humbug but its safety and then then you'd have issues for route when you go to wrist cell but all right well thank you Janice you're welcome all right so you can get a hold of Janice at two zero six seven one zero seven check out online at dream house drafting dot com Hey if your homeowners or realtor and you got an after the fact permit situation you don't know how to solve who you gonna call Janice Maryland Janice merrily we dream house drafting all right so we are about to take a break but stay with us when we come back we'll be talking with Taylor Bramwell of kilo way out pest control you'll be talking to us about the way a pest control and and all you need to do to be effective pest control and elimination so stay with.
"janice" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Read I want to say hello to hi this is Janice in Michelle Hey Janice go ahead Janice go ahead okay thank you third thank you dance so much for taking my call first thing I want to say is we will serve the lord they said that he was having death threats upon him how do they how does the of a death threat against him yeah nobody knows who he is right thank you know law is there has to be a line drawn her how long the these demos can her along with this you could three and a half year link to find something against strong right in in I would agree that the Janice this is just an absolute waste of taxpayer dollars but you know what else it is it's a waste of dialogue it's a waste of opportunity because at least to me that the president has provided the American people with a great opportunity with a great economy you don't get a lot of folks to work in for one case you're looking good and so it just seems to me that if we're gonna start talking about wasting time and wasting money you do have to look at the Democrats and you have to look at all of the things that they've been doing since the very beginning and at least for me we know that the day that the president was taking that oath of office they were practicing various scenarios as far as impeachment goes and at least to me it's a very sad day for America because this the trump administration has been absolutely hi jacked by the Democrats at least for me I think it's been something that has been fascinating to watch it's been infuriating to watch but the more that we watch this whole thing unfold the more the American people are going to realize that the president was right on along on a lot of these things now Mike is in Chicago him I could go ahead Mike you go ahead Mikey going once going twice and thank you very much let's say hello to Marshall in Arizona Hey Marshall go ahead yeah hi and good or low points if there is such a thing is that you the limitations on from a crime such as bribery illegal wiretapping them out of the former administration already has a pass on that as long as the Congress the courts investigators are tied up only at the mirror I think has really gone that's what he's the artist so we can cut him some leeway on that only you cut him some leeway on that all all all keep my keep my irritation so go ahead what's next year I know he is too irritating to listen to I don't know most your stamina for the actors or what but yeah what would you feel that way express yeah terrible thirdly the equal I want us I'm sure there's some particular room has the number two singles out like the bottom with Leslie okay and in March I appreciate the call and they got a lot of because when I move on very quickly Mike is a Detroit go ahead yeah all they might go ahead very quickly yeah can you hear me I was wondering like there's a legal way to remove these Democrats from office like they're trying to remove from office now the eleven ten sent them a friend the only way to get these Democrats out is.
"janice" Discussed on Never Thought I'd Say This
"A very very happy holiday they would help us mom what what would we the help me but i'm like okay good mom's soon before we started because that was i said like i just feel like i never know what i'm doing right away janice was like i don't either i never did and i was like well we need to hear that you bet your i think we do need to hear that because i still like up until even the last probably the last ten years since since i had my kids really i had this idea of you as a parent that you knew that like you just it's new you knew what you were doing you were confident and all of your decisions that like you felt like this is i did it and i felt great about it you know what i mean and then i think over the the past ten years like as our relationship changed and i think a big piece of that is me becoming a mom that you suddenly go like oh my poor mom like ed and now we've had these conversations and you've been like i just didn't i did my best and i didn't there's a there is a huge relief in matt though because all of a sudden i saw you seen you as human and you ended our relationship has changed because i no longer saw you as this person that thought they were doing and that that made decisions and felt but you were just trying to do the best you can and that has changed our relationship that's what we all do and i think i wanted to put forth a confidence right you would have to trust and confidence in me that i knew what i was doing and you're safe and everything was okay and and you didn't need to worry right i mean i think that's another thing you know you just you act authoritative want your kids to feel safe you've got a handle now so oh and i told you what i wanted you to see and at blue your mind when i said that you wo- the talking about jesus tournament she goes you saw the version of me i wanted you to see ooh that's when you told her about bob dylan concerts and stuff tough right right yeah oh my god you're like yeah you saw the parental version of me but there's a whole different person that you didn't see and like that because because i never thought about that i thought that like you're just mom now that's what my and then i was like oh oh shit oh that was just the mom you and i'm sure that that you were with your friends and had there was a whole different side see because as your kid and i didn't need to see that that it was just channel we see our parents one in one dimension just as our parents we don't think of them as humanly with their own needs in their own troubles in their own own past and things yeah and that's good because kids don't need to worry about any of that right they need to feel safe when i love i love thinking about about that now i do i go like okay like sheep wow you did a really great job at like being like you you were mom you that was it and and and i and i appreciated that never thought i'd hear that well i just i obviously it's so good only took thirty seven years hey y'all well hey twenty seven left right exactly well i obviously haven't you know been around you guys my entire lives but i will tell you janice like i you know i came i've known now known you for i don't know how many years because we'd never get that right i think three or four and and i know you're such an you are an amazing mom you're also what i and and when i love watching with you guys specifically is that you know you you now have this like line where you're jody's mom but you're also her friend and it's so like like great to see i've seen you be you know very mother bear with her still even when it's behind the scenes and that's something that i respect act so much and you know you and i have had these conversations before lake especially because i was late to the game and you know you shouldn't trust anybody that comes into your child's life and you know get as close as jody i got really fast and you had every right to get to know me privately and figure out to that me and stuff like that and that builds up my respect that much more for you because why would you not do that you know and and obviously you and i bonded right away because my sister yeah yeah so so janice lost her sister a few years back in my when my sister was dying janice reached out to me and not always that meant so much to me and then to be able to come to you throughout that and say like is is this normal is this normal is this normal when i was grieving and have you be that voice for me where you were like yeah yeah you know and you're going to be there for a long time and i am still there and then i know when you're still in it from time to time and it's so you know and then watching how much you know her girls love you and my girls love you and sam they fear me also sure shiner freedom fourth grammy's gonna be mad at you and the right it 'cause they have new but you know i mean you have kind of become the surrogate mom for a lot of my friends and people in my life eighth and i love that because i have you know you know me i sort of collect strays raise but i do i have have this ragtag group of friends and people that either their parents don't live close or their parents are gone or they don't and or their parents or their parents crazy but everyone kind of calls you mom and like and i love that you did a great job just because i know i wasn't easy at all aw i think in cuba aboard of hope to all the parents out there that maybe have kids racing you was it had to components to it it was it was just the regular i'm your mom i adore you i love you and i do anything i would die for you then there was also oh my god jason show business and there are people coming at at her with ill intentions or or you know a scheme and and so i learned to be very skeptical and mary careful earful rightfully so watching anybody that came in her life and it's just probably more pronounced as if that ah aspect that's yeah but there's no you don't need to explain it i mean i think to what i learned to just your your mama bear interesting never goes yeah now it doesn't and i think that's the thing like you know as i got to be when i was like oh my god bless my mom still being an idiot and i finally realized like oh it's because she's still my mom at the end of the day you'll always be my mom and like now we have a relationship when we have our friends and all that stuff but like you're so my mom now have you go on my tinder accountable sender account mum went on celia studio so let me just say do we have time for me to say this all right this is what happened on thanksgiving with the ragtag group of people because we all right thanks giving friendsgiving whatever together and this was last thanksgiving that i'd come in and said because i i had woken up no joke to dick pic you and i were chatting online and use hey thank your phone number and i said sure sure and like literally woke up it was like ding ding open it up dick pic what the and so i came over here and was like seriously that's what i said i'm going to die alone you're like you're not going to die unloaded i said i woke up to a dick pic this morning i know i was the first person ever show you a dick i was i showed your mama dick pic there's something there's a never thought i'd say this moment right there and i had no need i know you're it cute this in the morning i would be and then i.
"janice" Discussed on Wealth Transformation Podcast
"Thank you we have a returning very special guest today. Janice neither hoffer is with us again. Janice has quite a background. She is retired retired. Special agent with the Drug Enforcement Administration of Forensic Psycho physiologist. That's quite a word. Master Mentor. World Renown interview and interrogator to name a few of her talents. She is passionate about about supporting people to be the best they can be welcome. Jap Janice thank you so much for being here and welcome back. Thank you for having me. Well I think what we want to talk about. Tonight is true connection and what that means. I mean to you. Well true connection well. There's different ways of connecting. But really for me the most important is through the heart and I I believe in whatever experienced in my life is most people a lot of people. They put a shield around their feelings because they I don't WanNa be hurt. And if we if we as a global community could talk talk about our feelings openly in the appropriate time and place I think we would have healthier relationships in. Maybe you have something that you can say with that terror. You know my line of work. We wore a bulletproof vest right for most of our work because it kept US alive now. The bulletproof vests was very heavy. But it served a purpose and it also indicated to Whoever we were going in to arrest tour executed search arrest sworn that we were there for certain reason right but that bullet proof vest? I loved to talk the men and women behind the badge because people forget that they're people too when you most people run into law enforcement of any type is usually a negative experience traffic ticket robbery domestic abuse. Whatever you say that the people the people think negative about an enforcing agent or policemen typically right? But I want want people to know that there's a metaphor in here too. But I I want people to know that the people of the men and women behind the batch who choose to serve whether it's a military a law enforcement they made a choice to serve the ultimate sacrifice. Of course we all know of life and death. I'm very blessed and lucky. Lucky to make the other side of almost thirty years with all my limbs and no injuries right absolutely. How did you do that? Smart as very smart and very tough love. You must've run. Faster must have acted fast. Yeah but more. So here's the deal. I connected with people so no matter who I came in in contact with. I don't care it was a homeless to a CEO of a company. That did not matter to me. They were human being. So how did you do that especially being in in such a dramatic or traumatic or whatever you WANNA call it. How did you actually do that? Well I've been through a lot in my life and so that gives as you in it and I love people and I've seen people I've seen the worst people in the best of people and I never give up on anybody. I I love the underdog and people say oh he'll never change never change. He's in jail. Well if you have that kind of an attitude the people are really coming from their frame. I believe in everyone. Absolute unless they have a chemical imbalance or something like that were. You can't do anything about it. But if they can't do anything with medication or whatever it yeah absolute answer your question directly. What made me effective was? I would love people even in my very intimidating committing Black Ninja outfit. You know with so you came in with no judgment right and really to the best your capability. Unconditional love right. But I didn't call it that then no I was just being that does it make sense in what what was really great. I was gifted that because I never had that so I was giving myself that makes sense because when you give it you do receive right so so to tie. This piece in connection is everything. And that's how it got me to into everything that I'm in forensic psycho physiology. Wow Big word right. Eight master mentor. Wow all that if you look behind it is connection really connecting. And here's my vocabulary. My secret recipe please. So our guest. Yes my speaker recipes this instead of judging people you're going to judge people because you're human right you just go up too fat too small to too smart too dumb whatever but you get curious. Get curious about people. Well then. It's the layers you know. We all have the layers for which we are evolving. Actually so it's getting its penetrating layers when you really can get to know somebody you you see the layers and layers and layers and the more they feel comfortable the more I feel comfortable. Damore I relax on LAX. Whatever you WANNA call it you can show your true self and that is the key of what I'm talking about? With unconditional. Love is being able to come from your true self your true through Absolute self because when you come from your true authentic real honest self you can talk to anybody and you can be an any situation Russian tonight. You know that you can get through it and you still have that grounded nece. That unconditional. Love can't May I ask you the question. Of course. How do people find that? Well that's kind of a loaded answer. The how do people find that. Well I think it takes true introspection. You need to be able to look at who you you are and how you behave and how you handle things you know how you react how you communicate you know for me. Communication is so it's the key to everything if you can learn how to communicate from your true loving self you can you. You can talk to anybody even when when you're in the worst horrible feeling and you're angry of course if I get angry I usually pull myself back the let go the anger I work I just I have to let go of it because I want to come with love. I didn't WanNa come with anger and and that isn't always easy especially with family and I have my daughter here tonight so she knows that. But it's you know it it takes. It's true loving yourself purely loving yourself to be able to come from that and be able to do that and then you can talk through anything thing when you get in a relationship with anybody you know. I mean that's the key communication unconditional love and the key is the communication part. But how you get that it takes practice and you've got you know it's like I tell everybody right. I love myself unconditionally. On Your Mirror anywhere you can see it so you get in your subconscious mind and hit a penetrate into your heart and it takes practice writing whatever but it just takes it takes concentration it takes it takes undisciplined. Whatever you WANNA call it? Just keep feeding yourself. That unconditional love. You know whether it's it's going to the beach in and communing meaning with with nature. You know it's whatever listening to music. Sometimes some music just puts me in a place where I feel. There's total unconditional love. So whatever works for you to keep feeding yourself that that warm and fuzzy whatever you WANNA call it it just keeps feeding yourself in every moment especially when you're going through a crisis may add something of course you're good at that her me for me. I just wait here to talk right. You had so many great points and if I segue in expand some because what what I know is different. Models of the world is more brilliant than one mile. One Mind right so that's why I'm a member of several mastermind teams right and so here's the deal. People are a lot of pain nowadays. So let's let's take an example. Let's say young kid does a true story this young kid. I know he's only twenty years old. He's been in and out of prison many times. Kay He grew up in a interesting environment the Fed him sugar low kid right and Dan. The mom gave him anything. The kid the kid wanted so as a nutrition is off. His discipline is off. He got anything he wanted. He always got yes he never got a no so so no healthy boundaries so gang member heroin almost lost them. You know the story goes so everybody wants to give up on this kid. The best place for him is jail. You know what I say to that. It takes one person to care about that young man and show them a different way. Because here's the deal. People don't no no no. He only knows what he knows all. He knows he's unhappy. So is he acting out because he severely unhappy so it takes one person a mentor. One person that really cares exactly. That won't give up on him and believes in him in guides him because because he can turn around it takes a choice so people nowadays are in a lot of pain. Yes more than we know. Actually I mean that's why there's so much I mean everything and an upheaval around the planet and in the Mid East especially there's also greatness in the planet laws. Everything's happening for a reason right right. This is a transformational time So what I know is you never stop growing. You got to take responsibility for who you are. If you're not happy. Find a way to be happy. Now that doesn't mean getting a new job getting a new relation. No it means going internal healing those wounds. How do you do that? It can be a choice. It it can be. Seminar can be a book can be. It can be anything. But you've got to choose to change and that's that is a choice. We all have whether we realize it or not. We have the choice to love ourselves unconditionally. And I know I say that so many times but it's so important important but here's the the deal. This lady said to me a couple of weeks ago she is you know. I speak to women all the time and they talk about. Unconditional love yourself on conditions. She says we'll say that to people but they have no idea what it it is or how to do that. So what is unconditional love. You know we talked about this once before. And you know unconditional unconditional. Love is not criticizing yourself. You know our society you know is so material and physical that it is I think made a lot of people neurotic about the way they look the way they speak etc.. And and you know stop judging yourself off because then you can stop judging others and stop you know the critical. You know being that critical having stop well you you have to. You have to catch yourself. It's like this is very important to be very mindful and it starts. It starts in here because our dialogue goes your monologue. Ah Dialogue goes in her head and it's we have to stop ourselves. I know when I when my daughter was a baby and I wanted to set an example samples for her to be healthy is I remember I start thinking negative thought and I absolutely one time I said Stop I. I screamed it out because I don't want to think negative thoughts and you can't afford to think negative thoughts because it affects how you tweet yourself and it also affects how you treat others and so the Stop the negativity and you and you just have to be mindful. You have to thank you have to listen. I always say take inventory of your thoughts. Take inventory because Dan when you're aware of it. You can stop it you can. You can can nip it in the bud and then when it comes up again and it gets easier and easier and easier the more you become more. Cognizant you know realize realize what you're thinking aware being aware awareness you know. Then you can you. Can you can change that pattern because we get in these. These patterns earns these stuck patterns. And it's and it's not serving you and it's not serving the people around you so you know it that's how you start to change that and I believe that when you when you can change your thoughts your feelings they they amplify it. You know we have control over our feelings. I believe we really do Whether you like it or not sometimes feelings are not comfortable but then you can. You can feel and think through it which I know is one of the most challenging thing is to have the balance between the heart and the mind..
"janice" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK
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"janice" Discussed on The WAN Show Podcast
"That's my only product. So. So so full context here. Janice, only has a modern smartphone. Because back when she was still doing babysitting for us. Her Christmas bonus was a new phone because I couldn't watch her use the things she had any more on. I was just like this is terrible. This is like small though, I'll give it that. Okay. All right. That's wonderful. Solid solid benefit. Yeah. I think actually a lot more. Okay. Actually one last question for you. And then I'll probably have Dennis come in. And talk about some of the stuff. We saw sea ES. This is from area would agent Janice ever consider going undercover in person. How's your impersonating Zayed's compared to your phone anxiety like running around and like secret shopping best buy memory express? What are your thoughts? I would say. Okay. I have two points. One is that sometimes in person is easier than the phone as far as like anxiety, and that kind of stuff goes, really, it's a little less unknown. You can read someone you can kind of thing. Interesting. That's okay. So that's kind of leaning towards in person. But the other part was that Ivan was actually with me on the calls or in the same room while I was calling and to kind of navigate some of the stuff and provide reactions. That was very helpful there a few times where I just be like what I need to do right now. What if we just had like like actually like agent, Janice like the little split thing behind the ear, and you had like earpiece and just put your hair down. I'd probably make me nervous because I feel like they can see what I'm doing. Whereas the phone would obviously hide more. So I don't know pros and cons. I remember with the phone when the thing about in person is that and this this is I'll speak to my own experience. I, and you can tell me if you feel the same way, but in person, I find one of the most difficult things about it is that it tends to be a really high pressure sales scenario because everyone knows if you're in sales you've been trained on this guarantee. It everyone knows that once the customer walks out the.
"janice" Discussed on KQED Radio
"You're so good i love your janice joplin where to even begin janice joplin is there a more instantly recognizable voice has there ever been a more electrifying performer and she could write to she wrote this song a couple of months before her untimely death in nineteen seventy we still miss your janice happy birthday here's mercedesbenz oh lord me say my friends she's what no help from our friends so me me a loser is dry each day until three so well a everybody what did you say no hell his.