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India Tops 200,000 Dead as Virus Surge Breaks Health System
"An Indian song the repeaters Karan tells the AP this call would be alive today if the hospital who just admitted him instead of waiting for a piece of paper three days off to his corona viruses symptoms appear to question the Chiron struggled to believe instead of waiting for an ambulance his son drove him to a government hospital in Lucknow the couple of India's largest take it without Pradesh but the hospital wouldn't let him in without a registration slip the district's chief medical officer by the time the sun goes it his father had died in the car just outside the hospital's stories of death tangled in bureaucracy and system failures have become just really come on India where deaths have not officially surged past two hundred thousand but the figure is likely follower the new troop count I'm Charles through this month
How Can We Hydrate Our Skin?
"Hey everyone welcome to the science of beauty. a podcast from allure. I'm michelle lee. The editor in chief. And i'm jenny by executive beauty director. And on this podcast we're gonna be diving into the science behind beauty and the products that we are always talking about an testing at a lower. Today's episode is all about hydration. And because we're taking this deep dive into the world of k. Beauty hydration as possibly the most important topic. That's right michelle and in our previous episode on layering. You heard dermatologist. Marie jin talking about the importance of hydration and how layering can help lock in moisture. So how do we help. Hydrate our skin in the first place to answer that question and more with dr christine lee. A senior research and development manager with age see our partners in producing this episode. Christine can you introduce yourself and tell us a bit about your background and pristine lee on the senior. Rnd manager overseeing unilever space. care business. In north america. I received my phd in two thousand in physical chemistry from the university of florida. And then i joined. Unilever and of worked on the hd brown for about two years so christine agency is based in seoul south korea. And i know you work really closely there with researchers. What can you tell us about. What's trending beauty right now. So in asia a lotta. The skincare formulations can karan's really focused on achieving bright hydrated glowing skin in korea specifically hydrating formulas are really key to rejuvenating the skin so it looks and feels smooth and soft but in addition in asia consumers just are so familiar and comfortable with multi step routines really elaborate application techniques. Like they talk a lot about double cleansing deep massaging. They'll even talk about like rubbing product in with your knuckles. They talk a lot about slapping and patting and tapping. so they're you know they're just really familiar and comfortable with application techniques that we don't talk about in the us as much. The other thing too is really interesting. About the asian consumer is the way the words they use to describe the look and feel of their skin that they're looking for so they'll talk about or glassy or porcelain skin and that much of this is really foreign to the american woman but it just really shows kind of the level of involvement Asian women have in their skincare routine. It's like my perfect skin. Everything you're saying. I'm like yes. Yes yes more of that please. You mentioned hydration which is of course the topic of our episode today as basic as it seems. Can you just define hydration for us as it relates to skin. I mean short really. Hydration pretty much means increasing the skins water content really at the end of the day. Dry skin is more than just a lack of water. When your skin is dry or dehydrated it can start to appear flaky doll. It really starts to feel uncomfortable tight irradiated. It can start to feel like you're getting more sensitive. This really is indicating a much more fundamental breakdown in the Healthy biological processes that are intended to keep skin soft and supple and smooth skins normal renewal processes slow down in absence of sufficient hydration which then leads to further dryness than it starts to pull your skin into this downward spiral alright. I don't love where this is going. What happens in the downward spiral. Our skin's natural explanation processing slowed down which leads to an accumulation of skin cells on the surface and these kind of accumulated or aggregates of skin cells. Start to form flakes which are another indicator of dryness and drier skin surfaces also lead to increase surface texture roughness which traps light which causes the skin to lose translucence and appeared dull and lifeless whereas hydrogen scan on the other hand is smooth radiant feel softer more elastic. More comfortable touchable. So it's not religious the dry or white hydrated it's really kind of biologically related. Wait supposed to versus comfortable. Soft smith hydrogen.
Gina Carano out of "The Mandalorian" amid tweet controversy
"Star Gina Karan, Oh, no longer part of this show, it seems that months of social media backlash finally caught Up with the M M, a fighter and actress who plays Deunan. The hit Disney Plus Star Wars show comes after Khurana shared a tweet Wednesday comparing conservatives to Holocaust victims production company Lucas films denouncing her post as denigrating cultural and religious identities, calling them apperance and unacceptable or porn. I should say. The company also said Khurana is no longer on the show, and there are no plans for her to return some online. And some online have been calling for Chronos ouster from the show for months because of a controversial social media presence. And
UK vaccination drive expands as virus toll nears 100,000
"It's inspects the nation program is going strong in the fight to beat the spread of the corona virus as the nation approaches the death toll of a hundred thousand in a country with Europe's west confirmed Karan virus outbreak Britain's vaccination campaign is doing very well but his health secretary Matt Hancock is proud of the speed and efficiency of the program courses all all over eight cities in the U. K. I've been vaccinated which is absolutely brilliant progress health officials aim to give fifty million people including everyone of a seventy a fast facts in short by the fifteenth of February and cover the entire adult population by September hi cook knows the person is far ahead of its neighbors in the race to vaccinate people in just the last three days then fronts for instance has it in the entire in the entire history of this disease however some health experts have questioned the conservative government's decision to give the two boxing dices up to twelve weeks of pots the recommended gap between doses is three weeks in order to offer as many people as possible the first as quickly Karen Thomas London
"karan" Discussed on Ball is Bae NBA Podcast
"Yeah like. I just have different priorities Yeah the is upside. That i co-founded it's about indian is is in arts culture literature stuff like that so it's like basically it's not my first love writing What supply that while close. I have you because have you gone into basketball now. Hello i'm just saying i'm just going back to my pella pella pr. Like i always thought that this is going to be my job in basketball as a hobby. Okay and then kind of. It's a long day. I turned my hobby into a job. Kind of coming back around to What i wanted to be so we are sort of. Re-focusing goes thanksgiving. But yeah if you guys are into anything to do with Very specifically indian accent culture. Check out the website called the be limited Description all that these out. It's what is like your favorite pick to cover. In the tucker. Is it music. But i know you follow a lot of indie music. I know you know a lot of the band members like your like right there. It's not legacy Talking to the those people you know it's almost like the basketball team sensitivity are also. I i was going and meeting with this. You could say that. now. I'm sitting on the phone and Yeah i mean. I love accu. My favorite part is the is literature. Like i i love into wing. Alive like book reviews. I love into authors. I love like writing analytical about books. Are editing really what i love. Most of my work could actually editing other people's working lobby. You'll send me their essays creative fiction. They're like whatever You know film reviews whatever. And i love to edit that work like help them make the world better. Yeah but what. I wish i could do the same thing with. Nobody wants me. I'll send it to your bra ov. Don't say metex tough enough to do it. I said you some blog articles to re edit. All right thanks get got an audience like like of flight. Do on the just a blast button on podcast sites as you do the next night. I'm the venezia bye by. Thanks bye guys. thank you. Back joined the knicks bandwagon..
"karan" Discussed on Ball is Bae NBA Podcast
"That over as any talks about reducing the lord. The navy sixty six game season if players are not giving a fuck about the eighty two game season. Now it's seventy does what it is any of that using nicole pass up as seasons all all of our possibilities. I would love it to be like fifty five game season or whatever but it's not going to happen. They need to seventy two margaret Unfortunately i think they're gonna make sure some it said but Yeah no. I don't i don't see it happening. I feel that they have to. They have to meet their financial. Parkers did you ever interview davidson. No no no no. Because i was listening to bill spot cousin. Bill was talking about how this like. This whole like situation with kobe blazed rest and all that bullshit plays doing rebuffing for david stern because he would just be like hitler. Just come in together be honest finds after finds up to find a bright billion. Yeah like he he would be happy more than happy to be that person Like any any thoughts on that. I didn't think that part i agree. But it's easy for him to say that it's this adam. Silver is had an unprecedented situation. Like this is insane. What he has to deal with because he has to has to make sure the owners are happy but also he realizes the suppliers league the players. I mean the fact that the bubble the did the strike right that was completely players decision to do and the nba went wrong in hindsight. It's like an incredible decision for if david stern if he had made it on move then it would have been so bad for the nba. And adam silver handed that vote. So i think it's easy to criticize but like what would build similar. What any of us do in this situation. It's a very like difficult to balance Yeah i don't envy adam sandler situation right now. The fact that he has to make all the owners happy financially but make sure that the players the priority for everybody. You know so yeah. It's tough yeah. I said yes to the like the broadcast to be good but also like it has to be in keeping the got an. Thanks like i. I think they would go to ban because he he would add a just bring players blasted jo righteous gone. Do that like you said you know. Plan amanda that has to be a limit somewhere to dave out buying the hardened for that they should have still were forgave him. Saying it's christmas bullshit. Just fight him. Fight him as a precedent won't happen again even though it's a small it's nothing it doesn't mean anything to harlan. Still like it's about to open simple true okay. I think we need got bored of. Don't know what happened. I think my genitals unstable while somewhere in luxembourg. Okay man okay. Thanks again so much pleasure to be here. I also just want to be before we leave. they're going. You can identify a little bit about your new venture. Tucker like icu. More of what. The tucker dan a. Who doesn't i keep reading. Vogue doesn't show up and must've had but i see like dentist something about this document viewers jacket over the cheka. Who is on. We're like jamal. Murray like sort of will show up once in a while hobbled forty fifty point game and then drop and then drop like four thirty nights like back to back to back so that that's how we operate right..
"karan" Discussed on Ball is Bae NBA Podcast
"He should be that. I feel that because like for three years. Now he's the only the nuggets doing so bad and investing conference stopped for hobart mandates getting asphalt as they've gone nuts. I think dust for that is beginning. The mvp i feel. I don't think people even talking about lou should be like you know this guy know. He took it to the guards finance. Can you give him some love and it wants to do with basketball and you. You only make jokes you know homo. It seems like he did it to wh. What's that echo. Delay the below evidence. I i think that's that's an issue. And obviously they have like huge defensive probably talking about the bad defensively. They're up there But yeah like i just. I'm really rooting for them to finish that op. Three range so that. Because because there's there's a gap here again no matter what he does really luca people crowned him before the season began and he's not ship been great. I actually had made my best friend davis. I taught at this season where they're gonna let eighty run regular season. He's gonna come back contract from the finals but he doesn't seem like it's going to us schilling. Yes so it's sort of an open thrown right now. I think these other two step again like the team doesn't have a great record. Katie could get it but now who knows how his new team react. So what i'm saying. Is it quality clearcutting. Like last year's seem like isn't even it right. I think yokich could be a clearcut candidate if and it started him if his teammates get more consistent could be a candidate teams. Don't have the lakers. Clippers have also clearly video. Everyone has pretty much attila. That's always true with the west is always like there's always one or two teams in the top and then like the five to eight is like two different different of two games. The seventy sixers have been pretty good. Been like they're like the one other teams like looking good so far and they miss the chance for heart and soul benjamin. Hopefully he's not taking. It personally is like okay. I can do my thing. I'm worried about miami heat slump. I make don't slump. But they're just as consistent as you would imagine they would be off like yes last time. Sooner lebron yeah. It's it's surprising. I guess the actually pretty pretty good this year. Yes that's better than the west overall feel. There's more competition night tonight in the eastern conference. They're all equally bag now only. Yeah so i feel like it. It's hard for miami to have easier games and to their record the way they were you know and has jimmy even been. He's been in and out. He's not that great. You know bam sort of hasn't been exceptional either. They've all been heroes been good. I've here have been good. Yeah so like otherwise they they haven't really been exceptional. So it's i don't know maybe it's just like fatigue from the bubble they would like so recent electric properly and i'd like nba acted divider..
"karan" Discussed on Ball is Bae NBA Podcast
"It was amazing. I've not seen during his philadelphia's. I probably like the nice lady was already in a in san diego nuggets on the way down and people with us. They gone through the. He can't do this. He doesn't he had he didn't have that fuster ready. Just left the defendant by hitting. I heard shocks goaded. I like i said those three people and everyone's like faulkner metrics. When go you just fend something that all you have to watch. I don't think he could have inspired because we are probably closer to his. Now we they've got end What a great way to segue into that segment and lost to this today. I think they got us to the warriors a lot. Like even you had the katie and even otherwise it's necas on how to The comedy figure that out but what a beautiful go ahead basket. That steph curry hit vanak. His his in sixteen. You saw got that and then you get separation and his and you like a one beautiful arkansas and it it better go into the basket because it feels like Belong to the basket. It should not touch anything it not the by just gone. And that's exactly what happened Veep should be that Mvp's season for steph but he destroys openings. He does the they may not win. Many properly will not advancement in the playoffs but in all justice. Show the world that you know. I could have done all of this but you know i wanted to widdling so hyper dial it back a little bit. That's the feeling and i. I feel the same way. But now steph Like you're doing something that you know. It's unstoppable the against the game. I saw i saw most of the game at the things would would watching any warrior games. And you know some of these games have actually been like pretty terrible. They get beaten easily and then some games look incredible. I think and this has always been part of the warriors gene which is like you can never count them out. They could be like the clippers. Come back from chicago laliga today. It's just the always have that in them and ever since we need to replace draymond green return just like it's really ramped it up to the next come on. You have to admit steph got unlocked. And by the way. I love steph steph. Is like probably my second favorite player. He needed after kobe. But but i feel like gm one had to really unlock a lot of the defensively. Making things sorry. But i just wanted to give a little dream on shoutout to steph. That sixty two point game was incredible. Showing like you can still do this. And i'm like you. I want him to have a good season. I wanted to make the playoffs. They're just wanting to watch whether you hate them or like them. They just that. Because hill i find. Andrew begins very frustrating. But he's been bid better recently deems vice-minister augured edible. So so i just like the warriors. Even if i didn't love stuff. I just love the fact. I think they should be in the playoff mix for for the neutral. So one thing. I so the reason why i made the and russell westbrook comparison because i felt like this is. This is a really weird connection right so basically am comment. Oh play together. You can say that. James harden and at simply together and gabriela left the nuggets inventor new york next to play the mari and a mighty was already injured and he came the first..
"karan" Discussed on Ball is Bae NBA Podcast
"To danko so they beat the bullets that they've done down. Just like how you lose ten points to mr when the fourth quarter and they managed to come back with a now so that western for you for your current based on that big question to to to ashwin is is do you think invest brooks career is over what i mean by that has the alpha man guy the guy the franchisee guy is kind of down. He's going kind of the common anthony. Where he's he becomes the bible off the problems of franchise. I now guide also kinda going that way all great balance but just cannot play the game of basketball. I like the comparison because similar to Like beloved estimates you know Just like legendary hard workers legendarily passionate like you. Can't you can follow them. And their personality i think. Just what the heart and soul to the game right and similar so much of the game relied on speed that the moment that four steps zeke stops being super otherworldly. Then you start looking very model and then you start your negative sort of takeaway positive right. So i in that sense and i agree. I think i actually feel russell. Hasn't i really don't think could have ever been an alpha guy in a winning team. I just don't see that. I think even in this mvp season they actually shocked me to win. Forty eight games like that. Was i think be peace. Because i was not a great. Even winning forty eight games was like a huge deal right. I really don't ever see him being a leader in a team that finishes for example the the homecourt advantage in any conference. You know So yeah i think. I think those days are done. It's going to be an interesting question of what to do with vessel going forward because he's obviously dynamic thailand. Kuchen use him properly due to his best level because he's high usage rate dynamic talent but her team so in interesting so i. I'm really curious to see. We thought doc it's unlock him a little bit. You know like a month or two after the six years ago but it was like a year ago. You know some wonder who who unlock in that way. But it's a question that i feel far smarter people in the nba. Have an answer to to win any thought. I mean since you brought up the you know the lack of do you think yanni's could also go down that road like if he doesn't like once citizen on he's a medic.
"karan" Discussed on Ball is Bae NBA Podcast
"If somehow this team luca at rubio and i might three sons that That caution i made as few babies together on. So what would you say if kawhi somehow the clippers to a championship. this year are not dissimulate. Letting the next three or four years would you say he. He's like a top twenty five player. Do you think it puts of course. Yeah for sure. I think not. Only that he becomes. I think he becomes great. Innovatory like spiritual way because to beat the clippers beating the nba. You're beating the gods. You like to be playing history. There is something that. I feel the same way of anyone who has success with the next. Because you're not just like having success in that season you're exercising. Ghost like decades knicks have championships and they were very relevant in the ninety s. Like it wasn't like the knicks were shipped clipper nearly traffic there for like two three years of the city. That's in that that's very true. Yeah so i i mean. I would love for the clippers. And the reason i'm angry at the clippers is because the i was all in last season in my favorites and and there was something off even in the mavericks series which they they did not fully convince. But you know you're just like oh fine. They're like still owed managing this. You can't be managing game seven of the fucking abc's at some point. You know what. I mean so They can't keep on blaming doc rivers at some point. Just get down and get the job done you know. I do like the clippers this season. Look good i think is a good fit but to me i just. I won't believe in paul george. Until i see the same. James harden like harden stats are very impressive to me. But i need to see in the playoffs. The regular season. James does not impress me that much because he's is that way. Yeah yeah my my. Give giving jams. All of this is that like james has a number two option to katie is is public every amazing and we have seen that in okay here. I'd like as much as as a stress thomas. actually. I have a question for us him. Later it's a question for you. And then it's also due to kind of but he deems scotty the fourth quarter when he was in venues. Plano casey you know like he did everything he created all the plays etc the pocket. So i think that he and katie. Especially you know. I think it'd be an extremely potent combination Yeah i mean. I'm not very concerned about that. So the question to ashram right. So i think i shouldn and karen are different in a very peculiar way which is like karen decided..
"karan" Discussed on The Lowe Post
"To make us smarter. Let's welcome in dr abroad koran from brigham and women's hospital and of course harvard medical school. You make that second on the resume. Medical school dr on you have been on the front lines of covid nineteen since before it was even here really before there are any frontlines around to be on Thank you for for coming on. And i know you're a big nba fan. And you are a lakers fan. So the bubble worked out quite nicely for you. Thanks so much for having muzak and yes. You're absolutely right. I am a big lakers fan. I'm pretty happy about this past season. I think they're the favorites again. This season to. They're just they're just in children. Chill mood is lebron. would say right. Now there's chilin winning games just not putting the pedal to the metal clay. Are you enjoying the market soul experience at all. Yeah yeah i mean. I think they're doing while. I'm pretty pumped about it. I haven't been able to catch all the games unfortunately Just because i've been pretty busy at the hospital recently. But i have a little bit of time off so i'm gonna try to catch up again but as most fans were all worried about our teams and making sure people are not getting sick. I like i like the I have been able to watch. Nba game busy. Battling the plague on the front lines So so before we start with the nba protocols which is why have i'm having you on You received i think yesterday your second dose of dacoven nineteen vaccine. How were you feeling. Have you had any side effects What's the experience. Been laying out there like a month apart or six weeks apart or something. Yeah so depending on which vaccine you get if you get the pfizer vaccine. It's three weeks apart. And if you get the madeira nights twenty. Eight days apart Because that's how the trials were done I feel great and getting. I've gotten my second dose now and Trial showed that with the second dose. Really get more robust. Long longer-lasting immunity but the side effects are also more severe. I haven't felt anything yet so some pretty happy about that but it just i mean beyond the physical feeling of it just the emotional feeling of being able to get this. No i'm gonna have immunity now. I'm going to be protected. Because i'm going to be back on the front and actually thinking about trying to la county to help out there because they're getting absolutely slammed. Well it's good to hear that you're feeling good It's awesome that you've got the vaccine. And i sent you yesterday a couple of days ago. The nba's one hundred and fifty eight page a health and safety protocols for this season this non bubble season where people are travelling and seeing hotels and all of that stuff that they weren't doing really in orlando other than i guess staying at a hotel and then sent you we. We both saw the updates today. So i went over them with woods. Before you know no restaurants gotta stay in your house. Stay near oto. Remind and on and on Just just let's. You've seen those changes. What is your reaction to those changes like is the nba. Going to be able to do. This are the changes moving in the right direction of of safety and all that stuff. Yeah i mean every every layer that they add to this is going to help prevent transmission so transmission happens when a lot of safe safeguards fall apart And so here. One of the key things to figure out is how are people getting transmission whereas the transmission happening Is it happening when players are giving each other a hug on the court with what happened with With tatum and bradley beal. Is it happening when people are at home and is it. Their family members. Getting infected in the community and transmitting are probably are both of those things happening. Because if you think about it the virus enters from somewhere and when you had the bubble you basically were saying okay. Community transmission is out of control. The only way we can keep going with this is to make sure there's just no interactions with the outside community. It's completely regulated. Now you have people going home to their families. You have people you know. Socializing outside of an ops people been fine for this. But that's how the virus enters anytime you have any breaks in that in that seal on it'll come in so so i think the the updates now we're going to help well. That's the big question that i have is So most of most of we've had these games right that have been postponed. And we've had other games played because played with barely teams barely but feel the team and it's not because with the of the mavericks who have four positive cases right now it's not because teams have enormous amounts of players who are testing positive and then those players do not appear to be going on infecting players on other teams during games. It's because those players come in contact or were in previous contact with a bunch of their teammates and that contact is defined as close contact and that all those teammates need to go quarantine during the contact tracing process for at least a week. Sometimes last fifty contact is deemed a little less close than we imagined upon deeper investigation and video surveillance and all that it's the contact tracing that has caused so far the postponements and the awkward gains were tyree smacks. He has to play forty five minutes and scored thirty nine points. So that leads me to two questions for you number one. I've heard some teams grumble about Why should all these players have to be out a week. you know. they're they're testing negative You know the first couple of days a lot of players have already had it and and in the view of teams. you know. It's very unlikely that if you've already had it why should like this came up with kevin durant who has been public about already. Having why should he. I heard fans ask. Why should he have to quarantine for a week if he's already had it. So that two sub questions of that is is there any grounds for that grumbling. That seven days is too long and be. What is the reinfection landscape like. Because we reported today that there appears to be at least a couple of more cases of players getting reinfected for a second time. Yeah so. I mean both of these. Things are really critical right so on the one hand you have Why should someone have to quarantine for that long while the viruses median incubation period. Which is the the median amount of time between someone exposure to when they start to show symptoms is around five or six days. but you see A wider range than that so sometimes people can do concert show symptoms within three or four days. Some of those people will be ten days and so having to have to quarantine and now the cdc guideline show that if you test at the end of seven days you can have a shorter quarantine if you have a negative test That's critical because it's not just like oh i hadn't exposure i gotta test it's negative now. I'm all good. No that test is just a snapshot in time. The next day you could start incubating virus and transmitted And so that's why the corn and you know it's not just a by infecting other people On the court it's infecting other staff. Many of whom are sort of considered vulnerable frontline workers who are then going home to crowded homes and families who may not have access healthcare. So there's all these ripple effects from this the second question that you brought up which reinfection. So the cdc guidelines are basically that..
The Jean Claude Romand Case
"The winter of nineteen ninety-two thirty eight year old. Jean claude remind hardly got out of bed while his wife was out and his children were at school. He was languishing heartsick. The end of his affair with his lover karen but his relationship problems were the least of his worries. He had spent the previous two decades lying to his friends and family about being the doctor. For years he'd lived in fear that he might one day be exposed as a fraud. He had discouraged people from asking questions about his career claiming that he preferred to keep his personal and professional lives separate but the deception was getting more and more difficult to maintain sometime that december. Jean claude's wife laurent's ran into a woman whose husband actually worked at the world health organization. She mentioned a christmas party for employees and their families to laurent's asking if she planned to attend with sean claude. According to this woman florence look disturbed by the question. She murmured this time. I really should get annoyed with my husband. It's not clear whether florins confronted jong claude. About the party but either way. She was likely having doubts about his reasons for keeping her and the children away from his workplace. This wasn't her only cause for suspicion around that time jean. Claude served as a member of his children's school board shortly before christmas vacation. The board precedent. Trying to contact. Sean claude at work to discuss an issue with one of the teachers. He tried to look up. Sean claude's name in the world health organization directory but couldn't find it a few days later. He ran into florence on the street and mentioned it to her. She said she talked to jean-claude about it though it's clear if she actually confronted him even if laurent's wasn't starting to ask questions john claude knew he would soon be discovered if these close calls didn't expose him is dwindling. Bank accounts would a few days before christmas of nineteen ninety two. He faced even more questions. His former mistress quran invited him to come visit her and paris although he was probably no longer sleeping with her they had tried to maintain a friendship not long after they broke up she'd even given him nine hundred thousand francs to invest on her behalf. Secretly jean claude had simply taken her money and spend it instead. The two had a pleasant dinner together at first but at the end of the night. Karen dropped a bombshell. She wanted her money back as always john. Claude stayed calm in the moment. He promised that he'd get her money and give it to her. Shortly after the new year he told her he was attending a dinner party around that time and invited her to come along and pick up her check. Then karan agreed. She had no idea that behind his cool facade. Sean clod was panicking. Before i continue with jean claude psychology. Please note that. I am not a licensed psychiatrist or but i have done a lot of research for the show. The threat of financial ruin may be a precursor to violence particularly within families psychologists. Joseph salute has said that money and financial success and security are very closely tied to physical and psychological wellbeing and self esteem sociologist. Catherine van warmer examined a cluster of murder suicide shortly after the financial crisis of two thousand eight she wrote. Employment difficulties are pronounced in the backgrounds of the perpetrators in those cases. Interestingly around half of the family murder suicides were carried out by men with no known history of domestic abuse
Washington DC Police Union criticizes DC Councilmember over protests
"This week sparked by the death of 20 year old Karan Hilton, who crashes electric mope ed as a police attempt to do perform a traffic stop Well now, Daisy's police union is blaming the officer's injuries in part on the city's lawmakers. 14 police officers were sent to the hospital, responding to protest this week, and the D C police union says it's because They weren't ready. Officers running up getting head rocks or getting fireworks, and they're not able to defend themselves. Gregory Pemberton share of the D C police union, says that emergency temporary legislation by the D C council banning the use of riot gear unless officers are in danger is causing protests to turn violent. There's really no way for us to control these and keep this neighborhood safe. In a statement provided to W. T. O P council member Charles Allen says. Quote. It's a sad day for our city when the leadership of those sworn to protect us try to trade on a young man's death for headlines. Valerie Bonds. W T. O P News more protesters set to come to D C on Election Day
Washington DC Revel rider dies after police chase ends in tragedy, protests ensue
"While DC police say they tried to stop Karan Karan Hilton Hilton Brown Brown because because he he was was riding riding on on a a sidewalk sidewalk without without a a helmet helmet on on a a scooter scooter on on a a moped moped had had his his family family says says they they chased chased him him causing causing his his death. death. And And that that is is led led to to another. another. He did night of protests outside the fourth District D. C. Police station along Georgia Avenue Will keep you updated on the situation throughout the night on W T. O p
Rihanna apologizes to Muslim community for using song with Islamic scripture in fashion show
"Brianna has apologized after receiving backlash for using a song that includes sacred Islamic scripture in it during her savage, expensive E. Lingerie fashion show. It was released on Prime video last week, and this show is done by a London based producer. Name. Kuku, Chloe. And Kuku. Chloe has AH dance song named. It's called Doom and in it. It has some a remix of this narration that has this Islamic scrip shin. I'm not going to play because I don't want to offend anybody now. But anyway, this is sacred scripture, and it is sayings and traditions of the Prophet Mohammed. And it comes over his secondary on Ly to the Karan in terms of text. Text UAL authority, So you know that is she's apologized. She wouldn't ever want to offend anyone. So really, we look back to the artist. You know, she's using this which he doesn't. I mean, the artist might know. What she's using. But I don't know if all of the blame needs to be on Brianna,
"karan" Discussed on InnovaBuzz
"He's amazing when it comes to relationships and one of the things he said to me was that when you and he's really good at this too is when you tell someone you're going to do something for them. Do it right away or it's never going to get done. So something you do really well that immediately differentiated you from all the other sixty emails in my inbox is that you are actually doing what you promised to me. You would whereas ninety nine percent of people never do. Yeah and it's it's lucky. Say I find myself. Falling into that trap from time to time as I'll get to that lighter and then it gets a Gordon or. Procrastinate over because I'm a Mazda. I don't. And later later never highlighted never happens the exactly. Yeah. So it's it's kind of not not that. People don't have the. Motivation to do it. When I side I guide to do it I. Don't have the intention not to do it. It's just that unless you get straight onto it it's. been planting trees and the best time was just the best time was twenty years ago. The next best Tom is right now. or I will. This is Ben. Federalist Karan. So can people reach out to find out more about you find out more about the new coast you've got going and and your events and maybe even getting touch and thanks what you shared with us today. Yeah. I would love that on the best place to find me on all over instagram at let's job, which is really just let's just be and. I've used forty questions in the last four years that have led to incredible conversations justice forty questions. If you were to ask your clients, your prospects, your mom, your dad, your sister. Forty questions that I've used nurture all the relationships in my life. At relationships create magic dot com is a free download of these forty questions and I promise you..
Cuomo says all New York school districts can reopen
"Governor Andrew Cuomo said all school districts in his state once the epicenter of the Corona virus. Can open for in person learning in the fall. This is New York City Department of Education Chancellor Richard current Karan's up with the mayor has said, and I and I have also said that we are going to be looking like hark at the numbers. And if the numbers of the positivity rates start inching upward, and if it gets to 3% we will remove remote learned for the entire system. Double
"karan" Discussed on Story Pirates Podcast
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"karan" Discussed on Influence
"You know with a joint in their hands saying shop here or come to madman. You're so right that is starting to change in many ways. You know one of the issues we have in. The industry is of course around marketing and advertising because a lot of the more sophisticated digital channels are actually closed off to the cannabis industry right so so facebook you. Google ad words things of that nature. You can't purchase You know that kind of inventory but in just in Yukon by billboards but you can buy billboard so again. It varies from So you are actually seeing a lot of these. Old School ways of advertising. Actually being quite prevalent in cannabis strictly out of necessity because look can't target it in the way I need to so. Let me strategically placed billboards a the highway. You know one of the areas. That is a great area for cannabis has been you know a lot of influence or marketing so the ability to use folks with a strong following on one of the social media platforms and to push a product. There you are getting around. It can't be a traditional ad in the way that we are seeing influence or marketing. Those instances in many instances may need to have ownership if in a small ownership of those businesses and therefore they're not necessarily pushing an ad but promoting something they own. It's very. It's actually quite complex. The billboards that I've seen around town. I think that the least sophisticated advertising that probably seen many years. This is completely contrary to what you've been talking about. Because if if I look at the consumer in a store like men and I talk to people that consume very sophisticated the people in a and people in California that's my reference point ranked people in California. I'm consuming cannabis products on not bums and hippies in perception that we had from from cheech and Chong right but in doctors lawyers as People in marketing people that work for TECH COMPANIES WHATEVER. It is a very sophisticated market. And it's expensive right absolutely. You know we go through. These phases now madman in particular is a company that has spent a tremendous amount of money on advertising. It's one of the first dispensaries that really was constructed in the imagery of of more sophisticated retail like apple and others. There is still a very large existing core cannabis consumer that is going into many other dispensaries and his either driven by price. So you know once you know the most potency at the cheapest price or is really driven by very very high and flour product so a majority of the cannabis. Consumption is not necessarily by your new wave of consumer right. In many instances it is this very fragmented business and so you will still see the more stigmata. Traditional consumer in many ways driving a lot of the traffic volume of dollars into the because the new consumer is probably more likely to be introduced to cannabis through vaping. Yeah my that's my theory and if I look at teenagers the idea. The national vaping wasn't around when I was fourteen years old the concept that you can simply pick up a pen and it could be filled with anything and is pretty much odorless for teenage kids. I would imagine is quite attractive. Exactly And the likelihood of you getting caught is very slim. How do we make sure that it doesn't fall into the wrong hands? When it's so easy to hide. Yeah that's a big concern for for everyone so in the US especially for cannabis in this is unlike tobacco. Everything is tracked and traced for example. You know you can buy tobacco products and e cigarette products. I mean they're hardly tobacco stores. Right you can buy them in every gas station. And every seven eleven and in their widely available whereas for cannabis distribution is strictly within licensed dispensaries. And so now before you even walk into a dispensary in California. You're not just getting carded at for. You are able to walk into the store. But you're actually recording all your information into the system and you're actually registering at the store. And so only once you become a registered customer the store then you can walk in and start purchasing and then once you've done that everything you've purchased is tied to you down to the very specific unique code on each product that is determined at the state government level. It's shown who had sold to. So in the instance that this is ending up in the hands of someone underage we can actually track it right back to the customer approaches and the store which sold it etc and investigate from that end so in many ways we've incorporated a lot of rules in infrastructure to limit that as much as possible but earlier on we talked about monetization right so play this thousand nineteen Christ's out drives the economy into a major recession. We need to increase taxation to pull a few dollars back into the coffers. A few more states start legalizing cannabis the kind of his industry. Gross marketing dollars need and get freed up and we start spending money much more widely than we were previously. How is the cannabis industry going to stop marketing when all the traditional channels apart from their earnings billboards you how are they going to actually get product into people's hands when tons of marketing? Your actually your hands are tied. Yeah and again. I think it's going to happen in various different forms right and so while the traditional areas of spend like facebook and Instagram in marketing may not be available to us you still can also avail of traditional PR and maybe get some paid media. It's just relying on other avenues and really hoping that you know. You can develop a brand following through of mouth experiential print. There's a brand here in California called loon which has done a really good job in tying up with musical artists and throwing specific events you know. They've created a really strong aesthetic developing a very loyal engaged following on instagram. But the reality is look any of these things take time right in order to build a very real successful brand that starts to have pricing power and is not just driven by how cheap your product is versus another. It takes a lot of energy and it would be great if we did have access to all the traditional modes of advertising that that everyone else does but I think in many ways. It's making the industry a lot more creative and potentially building brand loyalty that can withstand and be a real competitive advantage. Once these things do eventually open up for the campus industry. It's been absolutely thank you so much. Thanks for having me. That concludes episode today. Thanks to cure in for a fascinating too. Through the cannabis. Industry influence is hosted by me Damien. Brad fueled our producer. Is the amazing Rachel Swabi with help? From at least Hugh and Eliza Junk Perry influence is available and apple podcasts. Spotify or wherever you listen. Don't forget to subscribe rate lease review. Think of it as a small act of kindness you can follow me on twitter at DJ bread influences a podcast from we transfer produced in association with thank you so much for listening..
"karan" Discussed on Influence
"Bit misleading in that respect because it there. Isn't anybody else you helping you to control it with alcohol? You can argue. That's the same then there. Isn't that Medicinal Label on alcohol? Right right no no. And I think that's accurate. This is still an evolving industry and things will change so just like many of us turned to various over the counter substances to sort of self medicate or manage various issues. We have with US related to sleep or anxiety stress etc. You know in in certain ways can't falls under that same category and you're determining for yourself. This is how I like to consume how much I should consume etc and then again you know. There are many doctors and medicinal states. Who will actually tell you very clearly like I'm recommending for us is how much you should take etc. In certain instances you are actually seeing cannabis becoming an actual pharmaceutical product right. So in the case of epide- lex which is a pill that's actually a targeted towards childhood epilepsy and has made by GW a UK pharmaceutical firm. There it is just acting like any other medication that you would get a prescription for so yes. There's a huge spectrum to how these things work even for our own understanding right. We like to put a box around. An industry or space and with the realities cannabis is fast and it has the ability and will actually disrupt so many different industries that it's hard to think about it in strictly one one specific channel. The industry as you said is huge. Talk through the supply chain right so the dispensaries in the US not affected by cove nineteen in fact. They're up seething really really well. Where's the stuff actually coming from? Who's actually producing it? And who's delivering an are? They not being affected. I mean as a supply chain issue the the dispensary is able to get the hands on stuff. The supply chain is very much relegated to each individual state so in California for example. Anything you buy in California has been produced manufactured and grown and distributed all within the state. And that's the rules. You have all these micro economies from state to state basis so what you have You know from a supply chain perspective cultivation you have manufacturing you have lab testing and you need to actually pass lab tests in order to come into a dispensary you have distributors and then you have the retailers and so you know where cannabis is being deemed and essential business. Those all of those folks within that supply chain are allowed to continue working now it is incredibly challenging because we also have to consider the health and safety of the employees and workers and still maintaining social distancing. My head I've got you know sort of mom-and-pop shop knocking out a few little bags everyday descend off somewhere. But it's not like that right. In order to produce and deliver to madman a massive publicly traded cannabis dispensary chain at scale. It's going to be quite a sizable operation. Yes absolutely so you have massive facilities with hundreds of employees and all sorts of specialized equipment etc. Yeah this is very much becoming a institutional large business so it's something that is operating now at a much larger scale than ten years ago or whatnot would have been a much more sort of craft industry and so was sort of financial scale. Are we up to today? Oh I mean we're talking about you. Know an industry that is producing billions and billions of dollars of of revenue in in love legal revenue. So we estimate in two thousand nineteen. The legal cannabis industry was pretty soon. You know anywhere from caller nine to eleven billion dollars of revenue you know and we think that's GonNa continue to grow quite rapidly because cannabis is still illegal on a federal level. You Come Bank traditionally right. So what do you do is eleven billion dollars? Whereas is he a mattress Some of it. So I mean you know as Europeans snoops House. Just mattresses well. No you know the misconceptions that you have no banking that's not true. So there are banking institutions that are not under the guise of the federal government so state chartered banks and credit unions in particular are able to bank canvas industry As long as they go through their traditional compliance checks the real issue is with the federal infrastructure. So you know you're J. P. Morgan Chase banks and Bank of America's and and those folks. They cannot touch the canvas industry at all because it is still viewed as a schedule. One substance at the Federal Level. So going back to you and snoop decided that you're going to set up an investment firm and to invest in the ancillary side of cannabis industry. So can you talk through some of the investments that you've made some the companies that you're involved with? Yeah so it varies. But a lot of what we've done has been in technology so we're investors in a business called green bits which is one of the largest point of sale businesses in the cannabis industry. So you would think about it like square. But specifically for cannabis and the reason you have a technology specifically for the cannabis industry is because what people don't really understand is cannabis is in fact one of the most compliant and transparent industries in the world. So when state legalizes cannabis for adult use. They often what's called a sea sale tracking system which ensures you have real time insight as to what is happening across the entire supply chain at all times so what green bits does for example is it. Actually automates reporting into the state government automatically on a daily basis. And that's what separates green bits from a from a square or a traditional point of sale We're actually investors in what is the largest seed to sail compliance system for governments as well which is called metric m. e. t. r. c. and in metric you know their clients are the state of California Colorado Massachusetts Nevada Oregon etc and what they do is provide that infrastructure to allow states to properly monitor the cannabis industry not just from a health and safety perspective but to also get a really solid understanding of the revenue opportunities as well and this is this is quite unique. Because he don't have this level of of transparency and compliance in most industries and so in many ways the cannabis industry because of its nascent is in fact know one of the most tech forward industries around has been appointed by government as a is being mandated or has. The industry decided that because of the stigma for is coming from needs to double down on this thing. I mean look. I don't think any industry willingly wants to put on more regulation on itself so it definitely has been something that's been driven by governments but the innovation has been around making that process a lot easier and using technology to automate a lot of those functions as opposed to just creating undue burden bear and again. It's all about where you start from right. One of the reasons we see so much pushback from traditional banks or other industries when government wants to impose more regulation is because you're disrupting this industry. That has already been operation for many years. What's happening in cannabis is not disruption right. It's restarting from the ground up. It's pure innovation and creation so when we begin illegal industry in California or Colorado or anywhere else and say hey. This is how it's going to work. This is what you have to be able to do. You know. We're able to build these businesses with that in mind so most of the investment that you guys are doing beat the B or is it also busy element. Yeah there's also a beauty element so we have a couple of a direct to consumer businesses which helped power ECOMMERCE and delivery. We invested a business called Duchy out of Oregon Which empowers retailers to turn on delivery intern on ECOMMERCE IN THEIR STORE? So as you can imagine. They're doing very well right now. As more and more consumers push onto delivery and also more and more retailers you know realize hey foot traffic may not be as strong as we need especially in this moment. We want to turn on the ability to Provide delivery ourselves as well. So we're investors in a business called banks which is the leading staffing business in the cannabis industry so for example in Colorado. You need to be licensed by the MED which Regulatory Authority bear to. Even you know work temporarily a cannabis facility. I mean it. Sounds like a very sophisticated market right. I'm sure they're already degrees in cannabis production or write in education program in place for people to move into the cannabis industry in the rest of it where it breaks down for me is if I drive around a city like Los Angeles the billboards that you see around town do not in any way reflect any degree of sophistication. It's almost as if we went back to the fifties and sixties and his girls long abundance of cows.
"karan" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
"Karan Karan good morning how are you today good morning I'm doing good what's your happiness was going on okay my happy new year's was this week or not and my son went to work either senior and she's taken a job during this time that night and we decided to surprise him and we quickly hit the house and we held there from at home for him and remember how touched he was he was he a little teary eyed really get to you got to have it until now you have not heard you realize that there would be no problem and no graduation yeah and he was also exhausted from his chest sure sure had to work so he was he was a little bit but I think he enjoyed it rights of my gosh oh that's awesome I'm glad you enjoyed it was really nice to think about doing that it's it's so tough to figure out what you can do to put a smile on a child's face when they're faced with some of these things and like I said without thirty Sir taking a job put himself right in the thick of things so that's yeah that's tough yeah I got actually the inspiration for my principles I want to give her a shout out if that's okay yes Sir all right her name is Stacey Walker from sini valley at Trevor Linden street and she did the same thing for her daughter and that's what inspired me thank you Stacy that's awesome will call anytime thanks for sharing that story really appreciate it all right thank you for your show your good friend of mine on our faces every day so thank you for what you do all day either so if you wanted to give my phone number if you want to text me your son's name address will send like little card okay all great read Jassem thank you so much thank you love you take care bye all right bye I read some us some happiness text you can text us at three one oh four three thousand says my happy news is that we celebrated our one year anniversary on Monday my boyfriend and I met on may fourth last year my parents fiftieth anniversary I met the love of my life in my mid forties and I couldn't be happier hope we celebrate many many more years together so happy one year for you guys yes says told my boss I'm taking Monday offices from Joe three day weekend I need a break from zoom meetings really are the worst they really are just awful no one more assist my happy news is that our neighbors down the street came by last night and offered to let us use their backyard pool well they stay inside their house we have two young kids who love swimming and are going to miss out on their summer swim team it was such a sweet gesture do they wash them like the kids been there for over an hour I know yes to P. they're looking out the window saying stuff like that I don't know bright ideas mapping using heat to Matt Damon you replace on come back and get your four three my FM here's the latest on Justin Bieber and Ariana Grande stuck with you Stephens the sticker Wednesday the the legend of the landing no we need to get to know you if he if it's only that the he needs what a four three my family it is valid to the morning we're gonna check in with Brian now or do you want your Facebook's first Jill sure yeah I'll do that all right Sir to Matt Damon again buddy Facebook bevy said we're celebrating my youngest daughter's nineteenth birthday on Saturday mother's day on Sunday and I'm turning fifty on Monday that's her happiness Nick said my son gave me a hair cut yesterday was said I he just joined the gaming community and he's watching his son exceed in Fortnite all right Brian and Maria said her daughter just found out she's going to be publication editor for her school year book next year how great is that happiness that's awesome you know so the publication editor for next year's school yearbook and stuff I'm sure there will be a bunch of photos from like the quarantine years and stuff like that you'll bring it into the your book and I'll be reflective it is not what our your book supposed to be reflective on your time and I'm certain beans juxtaposition from the quarantine time into now we're in happier times everything that'll be really special your book that's that's a big deal for the young lady that's awesome yeah you're right Brian listened I know you have noticed I'm Dale I'm looking at your what what getting a big beer we'll be right yeah that is what he said that really is he said that his kids are gonna done on the front of the TV tonight he's going to drink a super large beer I didn't you know that you found this place that delivers growlers is out to tell me earlier yes and it's these local place right by me and they have this crazy beer selection all these breweries from around southern California are still like sending them these beers and they're fantastic and honestly it's the highlight of my life in a growler that's a very large it's like a mini cab or something I'm not familiar with this stuff the one thirty two ounces so you know you go through one of those in a couple hours you're good and just so everybody knows Brian like this morning just got over his Cinco de Mayo hang over so oh boy all right one of four three Miami's Valentine.
Trump Attacks China Over Botched Coronavirus Cover-Up
"President trump has attacked China for failing to halt the spread of coronavirus accusing it of a botched cover up Mr trump said China had failed to cooperate with international requests to help while the disease was spreading through the city of Wuhan president trump made his remarks in a town hall meeting for the fox news channel he said he was confident it would be a vaccine for Karan of ours by the end of the year he studied with president trump painting the picture of an incredible future as he put it with the economy bouncing back strongly at the start of next year he talked of schools and universities re opening that classrooms as early as September and he promised a vaccine for the corona virus which is it would be available by the end of the year he was very confident it will be available by then he said and he also made the point that a number of American companies were working on creating a vaccine and some of them were very close
Surges of reported new infections in Japan and in India’s congested cities
"Well some of the worst hit European countries have started to decide on when to ease lockdown restrictions countries such as Japan have seen spikes in new cases and India's congested cities have become hot spots for the new Karan of iris five hundred new cases were reported in Japan for the first time sparking worries that it may affect the country's notoriously large elderly population well they never looked on was announced prime minister since about eight declared a state of emergency in take care with six other perfection as companies in the world's third largest economy have been slow to embrace working from home and many commuters were on take his streets as usual India has one point three billion people under lockdown until next week has still dozens of hot spots in and around the capital and will supply residents with food and medicine while not allowing them to leave I'm Karen Thomas
The Deep Divide Between Urban And Rural Voters
"This next story features some of the most powerful moments of the conversations that team had in those words Steve Inskeep and Sarah McCammon found a deep divide this division is not quite the same as the red and blue partisan divide it's different from the gaps between races our incomes our generations the truth is it's bigger than all those divisions and it embraces all of them it's the divide between the city and the surrounding countryside in metro Charlotte we met urban and rural voters on the same day now we've heard their differing views on this program in past days today we hear what some think of each other I visited a predominantly black church in Charlotte it was within sight of the big skyscrapers downtown and there I met with local activists and I told them that you Steve had been talking with mostly white suburban and rural voters many of whom support president trump what do you think of I guess our neighbours and away who voted so differently from I K. said in church that's willing Fleming he's sixty three African American a long time activist in Charlotte I think anybody to anybody it did both the trump has to have the same school of thought a trump passed and as racism that I just don't believe in it I don't Sadam Vangelis preacher can stand up and have to give trump player than he does what he's talking about there is the way many white evangelical leaders have supported the president even after he admitted to paying off a porn star even through his impeachment we had this long conversation about politics in the state of the country and Karan mac because the local NWC P. president told me she feels like many white people just don't see their own racism what I've learned is this that black people do not seem to have the same level of work in this country our lives don't have worked in this country and it's been that way since the beginning of time to sixteen nineteen let's put it that way she's referring there to the years slavery started in the United States other voters described rural trump supporters as low information voters who don't understand how they rely on government programs like social security or farm subsidies Collette all sin is president of the African American caucus for the county Democratic Party I am going to say that a lot of people are just aren't educated they don't understand the system and the process and at the end of the day once that's understood I don't think that would have been a lot of people that would have voted for him but a lot of people are voting on a motion and fear and whatever so these voters feel marginalized by some of their white suburban and rural neighbors in the Charlotte area and they also feel like some of those neighbors just aren't seeing the big picture Schering your voters were not wrong there to talk about people voting on fear because some people do fear cities at the same day that you were in central Charlotte I was the far edge of the metro and went to a cafe in the small town called kings mountain and had breakfast in the corner with Tracy Stewart his mom Linda Stewart
Trump says Iran "appears to be standing down" after missile attack
"Seven the US does not seem to be careening towards a shooting war with Iran no Americans were harmed I'm Jeannie do pre in Washington Karan appears to be standing down giving no sign that the US would retaliate for last night's Iranian missile attack in Iraq the United States is ready to embrace peace president trump about new economic sanctions against the Tehran regime these powerful sanctions will remain until around changes its behavior as the president urged Europe to put new pressure on Iran over its nuclear
First 5 California Launches New Campaign to Talk, Read and Sing So Kids Ages 0-5 Have a Chance to Succeed
"But on the show the deciders we like to feature people who are leaders in their field and change agents in their communities on the show I asked people to share their stories and offer insights and today we're going to do something a little unusual I am part of the team from Frasier communications on the show we're gonna be talking about how we build a campaign in very specifically about the first five California campaign in previous shows on this topic of early childhood education the importance of early childhood education I've spoken about the fact that our youngest children really represent our future and research demonstrates now that for every dollar you invest early you can get up to eight dollars back as a result of higher productivity less incarceration a more limited teenage pregnancies and many other ways and the research demonstrates that helping children early from the moment of birth to talk and read returning talking and singing to them not helping them talk of course that early can make a big difference in our brain development there's actually growth inside the brain to the team that developed that talk read saying campaign was here with me today and I'm gonna introduce them all and then we'll go back and forth talking about them so we have Eileen prince who's a senior vice president and director of client services who works every day on the first five account and her partner in that is Molly our who's our director of consumer experience has a Molly works in many ways on first five to create authentic experiences for family members for care givers and for parents amber stunned or the creative director at Frasier communications really brought on the mantra talk read sing to life and has helped us build and identity in the state of California for the campaign I've mentioned before on this show we're very proud of this campaign in particular because it's impacting parents we've been doing it for almost six years now and we have eighty seven percent awareness according to the UCLA us C. H. I. S. study that's done every year and among those of where those parents to wear over ninety percent of them say they're actually talking reading and singing more as a result of the campaign so when I talk about using communications to have a positive impact we really believe we're doing now let's start with a lean Eileen as I mentioned is the director of client services we have a full service media department in the agency but they're not here and I know I lean works very closely with them I think you talk about how this talk re saying message gets created and delivered to people not the creative part so much for the delivery of it to them through media throughout the state of California we started of all of our campaigns by doing a lot of good deep research because there's a lot of learnings that are continually changing and happening as the years go on so we use a mix of MRI or not Nielsen com score Scarborough and this gives us a lot of information about what our audiences are watching listening to and more importantly how they're changing just how they use their media so just a couple little quick nuggets to share like what's new in the the media lands out there is that on average adults are now spending almost six hours a day using their digital media so what does that mean we need to be using at more and more digital media to get our message out there to our parents and a lot of households are now cutting the cord to what does that mean no more subscriptions to a satellite they're going in using more things like Hulu live YouTube live and sling TV that's increased by fifty eight percent which is pretty astonishing Eileen I ate I think you're right as the media habits change we've got to stay on top of them hi you know you mentioned these chefs in media what about also reaching different ethnic groups and making sure we understand how to reach the most effectively yeah that's really really important so again our research helps inform but also our media partners help inform we do a really strong mix of Spanish Chinese Karan to Gauliga just to name a few and we have we know through our research where our audiences are but we also have forged really strong partnerships as a star to say with each of our stations are in language stations and they help us to create relevant messages to each of those audiences that's great I think you know we do something like sixteen languages and we're always evolving I know one another campaign we're looking at check talk out because we're targeting young people agendas ager six fifteen to twenty five years or twenty four year olds and the point is I think it Frasier we really stay on top of the media alternatives Facebook obviously being a big part of it Instagram Pinterest etcetera I'm only I know you've been really involved in the social media side of it and then extensions of the media to will be call integrations tell us about those yeah this building off of what I lean was saying about using the media the as a delivery system the messengers are really important part of that who's actually talking and who's saying our campaign messaging and that we also either work with our media partners for example with Spanish language with Univision we've worked with their star is Omar and our Heliade I'd to do content integration into their shows but then we also use ESPN and their radio talent and across the board let me explain because I don't think people know that term integration and I think this is actually an added value of Frasier being the op having the opportunity to see other people's pictures and their decks I know they often don't do this but when we work with our media partners we asked them to help us deliver the message or we call trusted sources so as part of the deal will be by the media we get these talented people I stand simply for free sometimes are modest payments to them but it's not the same as going that to them independently and we actually worked very hard to create the messaging the talking points but then they deliver and extremely authentic way that's what we mean by integration so Marin R. Heliade did videos for us right it did and it's also important to add to that that we select these messengers because they're relatable their authentic to what we're having to say so Omar not wholly recorded videos with their children and with their parents and we've had them talking about multi generational our conversations and with I mentioned earlier with the S. P. and we use Johnny hacker who's the punter for the rams he is a new dad so we had in coming on talking to other dads using sports as a way to connect and really make sure that he is relatable that his audience and his followers and his fans can trust and not just as a as a hero in their in their medium but as a regular dad that they can just listen to and learn from then follow follow emulate him I think that's really important you know we we could produce as many as fast as we'd like but having it said in their own voice I remember in particular with Omar and how are how on Helly at our hell yeah we we have discovered that there were issues with people who were learn their letters foundation another country like Mexico not being confident they even spoken well enough because our grammar is maybe as a perfect a particularly women who don't want always get to go to school all the way through so many of the women we had invokes regionalist third grade so of the grandparents of Omar and Haley I could talk about the fact that she I don't know if I should speak Spanish for talking in front of my kids but Marano Haley as it is okay it doesn't matter their brain is growing just as a result of you're talking in using words or telling stories right so some of the messages that are new ones are kind of difficult for us to express maybe in a paid spot get shared absolutely and a lot of these influencers and trusted sources have multiple channels in which they reach all of their audiences so we take advantage of all of the outlets that they have in any touch point we can have with their fans and their followers so for example with our help we'll go we'll keep what they are highly a trainer she did a Facebook live for us she's a ton of followers on her Facebook channel they tune in and she talked to them from from the could recall that carpool carpool I don't know if this plan carpal carrier right and she just talked while she was in line waiting to pick up her kids from school she taught three got online and just started talking about her day and now she's going to do and talking with their kids on the way home and the song she sang so it makes it really true now we've also had experiences with Mario I lean can you talk a little bit about Mario Lopez and getting him involved I'd love to talk about Mario Mario has really been a champion for first five California he has now three children he just added to his family just a couple months ago and he has been a true spokesperson for us across the state on his radio he speaks in both English and Spanish so he's able to again just like with Johnny hacker does for sports those listen to entertainment are following him as both a trusted source and a good friend because a lot of folks to listen to radio really do have that kinship to those they listen to in Mario has really resonated throughout the state for us and so much so that first five California's actually even recognized him for all the great work he's done in helping share the message about talk read see now they gave him an award and what and what is your state conferences which was wonderful and Mario is on I E. entertainment right we're just a show so our entertainment to manage he just changed over I think it's acts he just check this out show a Mario also has a following on IG entertainment shows he was on Entertainment Tonight now he's on access Hollywood people really believe in him and of course we go to universal studios to record with it which is a lot of fun which is love and I think trusted messengers are a critical part of what we do but we also have to develop messaging and of course even the theme talk read saying it changes everything first let's talk about how that came to be well we know that done from other brain research review and we also know from our own childhoods the songs we still remember the two the two spider in Riverview boat and and a big catalog of this the thing that is very true is that words in sentences that end up in rhyme are very are more easily remembered if you take that if you take that a K.
When Someone With Celiac Disease Gets 'Glutened'
"Wanted to talk about being gluten te which sucks it's also funny word like what I got over Colorado has Celia or nausea sensitivity getting gluten to which is now a verb which is funny is when you have you experienced some kind of Karan's contamination or you unknowingly or knowingly I guess consume something that is going to make you feel like balls from the inside out it's horrible so what happened was I was at a Mexican restaurant in Colorado when we were out for this wedding and I was careful to order all the gluten free foods you know ask questions whatever and then about halfway through the dinner I started feeling that telltale feeling for me that there are was in tiny knives stabbing me on the sides of my intestines and you kind of start to double over in it's horrible in for all of you than experienced this before I'm so sorry I'm giving you the official right now but so after that happened I knew that there had been some kind of cross contamination or something luckily by these uh-huh I knew it was only a cross contamination I hadn't actually ingested like a piece of bread which probably would put me in the hospital because the last time that I had unknown knowingly consumed any kind of gluten was I'm pretty sure back in twenty thirteen and having one sip of beer put me out of commission for four days and I had to stay home from work and it was horrendous That was not great so I can only imagine what would happen since it has been that long without me adjusting any of this he is fully not equipped to deal with any of that plus it's like an autoimmune disease so there's two anyways strategies to deal with this is is being really careful in trying to do all things that you can to not consume gluten so luckily I had known really quickly in this situation that something had happened and was able to take some activated charcoal really quickly which is kind of my first line of defense for anything like this I always take activated charcoal with me ever I'm traveling usually when I go out to restaurants too just in case it's kind of like a much much milder version of EPI pen for someone who has and if lactic allergies so my throat isn't going to close but I'm going to feel like death for the next couple of days and this is one of those ways to naturally carry something out that is not going to do great things for your body so even though I had taken that almost immediately within like fifteen minutes I still felt like absolute crap all night in halfway through the next day so luckily with the things that I'm about to tell you right now this is how is able to feel better faster also keep in mind this is not a substitute for medical advice these are just things that you might want to try again this is not going to work for everyone I'm not saying that this is the protocol that will make no better immediately this is just what I have done and it worked pretty well for me you know aside from just abstinence from gluten which would be the best stink so took the activated charcoal as soon as possible after I knew or suspected what had happened tried to drink tons of water to flush it all out attempted to sleep it all off even though sleeping was not really happening because I felt horrible in was worried about all of the things that were going to happen the next day after something like this happens highly highly recommend drinking something like broth Luckily I had brought with me travel packs of barebones broth for a little bit of protein Collagen gloomy and all of the minerals that are basically going to bring you back to life I also added some new tablets like the electric relates in water that I was continuing to drink throughout the day and then some simple food that you know is safe the best thing that you can do is eat in your own kitchen where you know there's going to be no cross contamination if you can't do that because you're traveling the next best thing is to go to a place I have been taking the just drive probiotics since before I went to Bali while I was in Bali since I got back so I knew that that was something that could help I got back on track a little bit quick ler quick quickly earlier while that's a word things are going well I'm a little bit burned-out guys anyways so yeah that's what I did in terms of
The Crown Season 3 (Finally!) Gets November Premiere Date at Netflix
"We're going to start out with some exciting news from the world of streaming that would be the premiere date for season three of the crowd of thank you yes Karan on a winter we crowning we are going to be watching new episodes of the Netflix series the crowd about the British royal family specifically Queen Elizabeth the second on Sunday November seventeenth which is you unusual for Netflix because they usually debut all of their stuff on a
California county upholds sanctuary policy after killing
"Update, Santa Clara county supervisors have refused to change their current sanctuary city policy. Numerous critics say the policy allowed the county to release a violent felon who is now accused of murdering woman earlier this year following the murder lawmakers and law enforcement officials had requested that supervisors changed the policy for the county to provide more cooperation with immigration officials is to be notified when of criminal is about to be released. Twenty-four-year-old Carl's Carranza is an immigrant in the country illegally, who has several previous misdemeanors and felony convictions. He has also been deported before, he's accused of stalking murdering Barbie, Larssen inside her San Jose home San Jose's. Police chief and mayor are among those expressing disappointment of the decision not to change the policy while immigration activists applauded it in cagey oats, Terry rouse reports Karan's is expected back in court on June fourteenth for a
3-year-old birthday girl dies from injuries in Idaho stabbing
"To the department of children and family services here in la mackenzie and her cousins are out here holding signs they made with their moms one reads dcfs failed to protect karan nicole shaeber says she's out here to represent tenyearold anthony envelopes from lancaster who was allegedly being killed by his mother and her boyfriend they should be doing their job that's what they get paid to do that's what they go to school for it it's what they take it on as like as a code of ethics sister protect children they're not other demonstrators wore shirts with the image of gabriel fernandez palmdale boy who was killed in two thousand thirteen in a similar way dcfs has not responded for comment james rowe haas kabc news a body was found in the lancaster area around nine twenty this morning according to the sheriff's department that body discovered near two hundred twentieth street east and east avenue no details have been released about the person's gender identity or cause of death los angeles city councilman mike bonnin and seventeen other demonstrators were arrested this morning during a protest outside immigration and customs enforcement field office in downtown la they were decrying the federal agencies handling of undocumented families entering the us from mexico the demonstrators began gathering outside the local ice headquarters on north alameda street around nine am police declared an unlawful assembly by late morning and then started to arrest those protesters a three year old girl has died of her injuries two days after being stabbed at our own birthday party in boise idaho allegedly by a los angeles man who'd been told to leave the apartment complex on friday because of his bad behavior thirty year old timmy canir accused of stabbing six children and three adults at the party now faces one count of first degree murder for the girl's death plus several other counts of aggrava rated battery and causing injury to a child president trump said today he's already met with the number of potential candidates to replace retiring supreme court justice anthony kennedy in the morning during the morning i interviewed and met with four potential justices of our great supreme court they are outstanding people they are really incredible people in so many different ways academically and every other way trump plans to nominate kennedy's replacement one week from today talk radio seven ninety kabc sports dodgers will host.
"karan" Discussed on Let's Talk About It with Taylor Nolan
"And even with people sometimes they're like oh like you and karan and it's like lean is that conversation of like i'm going to be as authentic as i can be and just let you know like yeah it's comfortable on i don't actually want to talk about it it's like please don't see it on my face yeah people i think we're giving a hint that maybe we know yeah no it's just if anything it's just a you know if you're going through a tough relationship personally or i just think we should say what what we want to say to people and you say yeah so and just like do things for like do things that make you more weightless and so that was a weight that i was holding and i probably wouldn't have had the balls to say anything not because i was afraid to but i felt like the ship had sailed and they're i've changed my opinion now so everyone there is no ship that sails in that regard there's always as long as you like show up and are authentic and genuine that like that connection can still be made even if it feels like the ship has always i you know it's just like i love females i love friendship and i think females are the best and like you got to show up for people and you got to champion people and so yeah i it's like that's the story there's no creationist to it and hopefully i mean i'm sure people keep asking but yeah if questions answered here.
"karan" Discussed on WMEX 1510 AM
"Guys in a cage should they love it light imagine a horrible ring of gases go right to the cage and a guide this burns alah brutal and you see these types of killings like what the hell how can a conscious person do something like that because they're evil and you know what they do it like the other thing they did uh the i i believe they were a catholic catholic volunteers they put him on a cage in like hooked up the cage to a crane and just dump it in the ocean and drowned like twenty people the death uh i mean like imagine that that fear that terror and once again we sit here and we say when we capture these terrorists that we're wrong for not giving them the correct food we didn't give him a karan to read game of rugby nealon with meanwhile they are drowning burning and shopping people's heads off you know it was crazy that too like even when the all those brutal killings is o one you see something on tv is sees say i don't know somebody beginning a shot or something yeah i don't light cringe like because you you imagine yourself the it looks like at heard it right and then when he sees the competition videos these burning alive videos each drowning videos and all that you do the same sort over sangha on that's why i don't these people that actually doing these how can they do it knowing that that's how they kind of feeling or the fact that you have these guys that their job is to cut people's heads off the one how do you apply but to but when you go to work that they can oh my god is gonna be a long one is eight heads hey i'm going to need a break from all this head cut off so fat that guy was long that one's gonna take that guy he's like a lot of mobile meet around the neck to neck i ate it amazes me and then as as the world not even as a country but the world's hits back it goes insists the culture while it says what they do john all that is you know and that's the biggest problem is we're acting like this poor barrick attitude in this barbaric way of life is op okay because it's their culture and we have to be accepting of that no we don't believe there animals that kill innocent people stop it is barbaric absolutely barbaric carl's go to the.
"karan" Discussed on The Thinking Atheist
"The head dief are scriptures supplemental to the karan supplemental teachings which allegedly report the words and the actions of the prophet mohammad had hadhif comes from arabic means reports an account a narrative these are reports from what muhamad said and did the hadhif it's important secondary to the karan but supplemental and there's disagreement within various sex of islam about the authenticity and importance of the death there's debate about whether it's blasphemy to depict images of the prophet mohammad the harder line within islam declaring that depictions of muhammed are an affront to allah himself and deserving of death as it is written grand six ninetythree who can be more wicked than one who invents ally against to allah if the death penalty as prescribed for a lesser crime than it stands to reason that should be imposed for the most wicked karan thirty three fifty seven low those who will line ally and his messenger allah has cursed the men this world and the here after and has prepared for them the doom of the disdained proponents of a reasonable islam and enlightened islam a progressive islam they declared that islam is actually a religion of peace we hear and said so often out there islam means peace islam is a religion of peace it promotes goodness it honors women it pursues scientific discovery it benefits the world this is our islam organizations like muslims for peace in the council for american islamic relations condemn acts of terrorism and barbarism that so often dominate the headlines don in the name of islam or allah as radical islam shed innocent blood by the dozens or hundreds there last words often being the cries of allah akbar allah is the greatest.