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"khun" Discussed on The Philosopher's Zone

The Philosopher's Zone

11:04 min | 8 months ago

"khun" Discussed on The Philosopher's Zone

"And this resulted in an understanding of philosophy as something very rational and critical and anti mythological. It's an assumption about the nature and the role of philosophy that's carried over into the modern era, but my guest this week is interested in taking on that assumption. Her name is taehyung khun. She's assistant Professor of political science at the University of California, Santa Barbara, and she's the author of Plato and the mythic tradition in political thought. Myth can be just notoriously difficult to define because it's a really weirdly sprawling category and hopefully we can talk a bit more about how it's the category or the concept has come to sprawl over the history of the concept. So just to get the discussion started, I think we can broadly distinguish between basically like three overlapping senses of the word myth, which are often deployed in overlapping, but largely different contexts. So first, there's a sense of myth in everyday common use. 5 myths about dieting that most people don't know. And so the connotation there is that it's a myth is something that is like a commonly believed falsehood, but it can be corrected or debunked with a fact. But there's also this idea of birth as a particular literary genre of traditional tales, say like the myth of Icarus. And these are traditional stories often featuring a recurring cast of fantastical characters or settings, sometimes with complex interconnected plots. And that's the kind of like pre enlightenment, more classical meaning of the word myth. And then this is the third sense, and which I think is kind of like the most thorny idea of myth, which is the theoretical concept of myth as it's been developed by more modern theorists of culture and society. And this is where myth becomes a kind of theoretical proxy for a whole bunch of different forms of thought that are understood to operate at the level of deep culture. So thick narratives or frameworks of meaning that somehow inform our worldviews that are very deep foundational level, and that's the point at which dealing with myths in this sense isn't a matter of simply debunking them with facts because they're somehow a lot more engraved in a foundational way to our worldviews than would be allowed in a situation where you can just simply debunk a myth with a fact. It's really interesting, isn't it? Because as you've written, there was a period prior to the enlightenment in Europe where myth was sort of held in higher respect and it was seen as a kind of a passport to cultural literacy, if you like. And then with the European enlightenment, we see a reevaluation of classical mythology. What historical shifts do we see driving that reevaluation as the new world opens up. As you say, I guess in the period leading up to the enlightenment, Europeans were largely working with what we would now think of as a baroque approach to myth as, like you say, a passport to culture kind of like an inherited aesthetic vocabulary that educated individuals had to learn in order to comprehend and participate in high culture. And then around the time of the enlightenment, a bunch of, I guess, historical and cultural forces begin to come to a head in such a way that the concept of myth starts getting reevaluated and redefined in some of the ways that we talked about earlier. So one of the historical factors would be the quarrel between the ancient and modern. So the cultural debates surrounding the sort of famous literary quarrel started bringing into question the merits of the mythological repertory that pervades Greek and Roman literature, so it's all of a sudden this sort of timeless noble aesthetic inheritance comes up for question and it becomes a category of criticism. And then, as you mentioned, the so called discovery of the new world ends up expanding the genre of myth even from a purely literary perspective. So from a European vantage point, myth had formally referred almost exclusively to the Greco Roman mythological tradition, but now there are all these travel narratives from the Americas, Asia, and Africa. And these narratives were also bringing new myths into cultural consciousness and both these factors help consolidate the concept of myth as a category of critical study rather than a kind of timeless eternal component of the cultural heritage of modern Europe. And the third kind of like historical cultural factor I might mention was just like the rise of the natural sciences as a distinct category of study and a scientific and technological progress starts giving people different ideas about what the passage of time looks like. So in kind of like the centuries leading up to the enlightenment, we get this gradual breaking away from a more kind of like circular notion of the passage of time to a more linear notion of time and with these ideas about progress. So again, we have this sort of progressive narrative of primitive and unenlightened civilizations that believe myths and generate myths on one side of the spectrum and this idea that as you become more civilized more like enlightened Europe, you start moving away from the cultural forces or even the forms of thought that are associated with mythology. Okay. And so with this narrative of civilizational progress, moving from myth towards enlightenment you might say, we also see the development of a parallel narrative about the progress of human thought, don't we? Where superstition gives way to a kind of Proto scientific thinking and ultimately we arrive at a particular understanding of the nature and the role of philosophy, is that how you see the history unfolding? Yeah, that's exactly right. So it's something that we try to talk about was this notion that a bunch of enlightenment thinkers are putting classical myths under the microscope and saying, what is the cause? What is the underlying cognitive cause of these stories? And what starts out as a critical project not to suppose that the criticize other cultures also ends up shining a critical mirror to European society as well. So Europe, these enlightenment thinkers would see a still full of this superstitious mentality that could explode at any point and regress back to stages of culture that enlightened modern Europe has moved away from so philosophy becomes this kind of almost as protective power where being able to exercise criticism, your critical capacity on all aspects of culture is this guiding tool that will prevent the threat of cultural regression that mythological thinking happens to represent for these thinkers. And so we've inherited that way of thinking very much in contemporary philosophy, particularly in political philosophy where myths are often held to be not just suspect, but actually in some sense dangerous. Why is that? Yeah, so on the one hand, we might say it might be quite naive and reductive to look at the enlightenment narrative and still believe in those. So it might be naive and reductive to claim, for instance, that there is just one way that society has come to be modern or that cultural transformation occurs along this single axis with primitivism and myth under one on one end and civilization and science and secularism on the other. But it still bears emphasizing that contemporary political theorists are still very much working with inherited notions about what constitutes progress, the distinctiveness of modernity and the extent to which a conception of scientific reason is bound up in both of these ideals. So if we think of myths broadly as narratives that for one reason or another is not amenable to critical examination that doesn't have this current of critical thinking that was so important for enlightenment thinkers for conceptualizing the identity of philosophy, so if we think of myths in this way myths start looking undesirable in politics for a number of reasons. So we might, for instance, say, have epistemic arguments against narratives that resist further scrutiny because both criticism and the diversity of alternate opinions are crucial to a democracy, for instance, marked by the free exchange of in competition between ideas. So this aversion to myth and political philosophy is in large part rooted in this position that the promulgating such stories will amount to the obscuring of truths that might be otherwise reached through more democratic and rational channels. We might also have, say, deliberative arguments against myths because perpetuating such stories might seem to obstruct deliberative discourse and debate from a more liberal perspective, we might say that a narrative that repels scrutiny of critical scrutiny in this way might also seem to erode the integrity and the autonomy of the individual citizen who ought to be free to reason against the grain of that which is merely taken for granted and collective culture. And similarly, when a society tolerates or perpetuates narratives that are somehow beyond question in this way, this would also seem to pose an ideal of political participation in so far as it seems to encourage passive rather than active citizenship. And whenever stories like this are mobilized by a particular political actors, they seem to make citizens vulnerable to the kind of inequality built into the relationship between the elite creators and promulgators of myth and their unsuspecting public. More recently, historically, more recently than the enlightenment and the largest self evident argument against tolerating myths in the political sphere, was the close association that both Nazi ideologues and commentators who were obviously opposed to the situation drew between Nazi ideology and propaganda and myth. So from the mid 20th century myth almost became in certain context synonymous with nazism and fascism so.

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"khun" Discussed on Native America Calling

Native America Calling

08:17 min | 1 year ago

"khun" Discussed on Native America Calling

"This is native america calling. I'm sean spruce. The acclamations twenty will be remembered for is the widespread expression of outrage over racial injustice. A visible manifestation of that outrage was the impromptu toppling of statues and monuments during protests demonstrations and other acts of dissent that prompted an inventory of public displays in place. Names that honor people with poor records when it comes to native americans and people of color. The debate has since cooled but the discussion continues for indigenous peoples day. We're taking stock of the slow progress toward broader awareness of native issues where also gauging the declining regard for historical figures like christopher columbus and whether that translates into better awareness. And we want your opinions on the topic. How are you marking indigenous peoples day. Give us a call. One eight hundred nine six two eight four eight. That's also one eight hundred nine nine native joining us today from santa fe. New mexico is kerry wood. She's a member of the three sixers collective and she is navajo. Welcome to nbc. Carrie thank you. Thanks for having me carry. Can you tell us. What is the indigenous representation. Like in santa fe right now That's a conflicts question so As anyone who's been to santa fe or over pogo is. They're tailored for santa fe You will know that they economy here depends on our if you go to the plaza downtown. You see native jewelry. Native textiles native art being sold everywhere by Non native business owners and so people come to santa fe huge tourist industry a huge art industry to Consumer culture but when you actually look at what. The city does for native people. There's no there's no native people in city government There's no listening to a community members by the city so even though it looks like we have representation here because you see our stuff everywhere there. It's it's more about the commodification of that. It's not actually for the community that lives here. What did he. Statues and monuments of khun kista doors and other spanish colonial. History represent to you. I'm to me. It's a false narrative and it's Glorifying violence and I think It's every year as well because it's one sided story and so i Yeah it's just it's not a positive impact to Indigenous communities but also to The people like from those communities. Because what are your values if your people you're putting little. Pedestals are known for the violence and Genocide against other groups of people. So what does that say about the values that you hold dear What's being told you you should Support and glorify for those of our listeners. That have never been to santa fe. Aren't maybe necessarily familiar with the southwest. How widespread are these types of statues and monuments in the santa fe northern new mexico area. There's so many so In northern new mexico they. I guess medical in general. They have this try cultural. Myth that is Perpetuated which basically showing indigenous people Spanish confused doors and american soldiers Trying to show that it was all full and everyone gets along and it's all peaceful which you know anyone who has actually researched the history or knows history of foundation Combination is never peaceful. It's always land. And so there's there's it's like a. I've heard you know prefer to a disneyland version of history We have sunk usage or too heavily impacted pueblo communities and public cultures. And then we have The american army and government who heavily affected. I mean basically everyone so in sanofi there was An all this on the plaza now was taken down by Community members last year on indigenous peoples day in. There was an engraving on there. That said Shoe the heroes. Who fought against the savage indians. And so there's been calls to take that down since the seventies and back in the seventies the city council fantasy actually approved They they passed a measure to remove it and then they they stalled and they never did it and so so last year we The three sisters do we own. Open letter q the mayor and the city council. I'm trying to say that it'd be removed again along with two other. Statues downtown was tonky door on. David vargas was Passed against edition. People specifically publ- Communities and then There's a kit carson obelisk which is a couple blocks north of the posit and So the mayor told us he would take all tree down They removed to to vargas one immediately and then they didn't do anything with the other two. And so after. We basically got ghosted by their And nothing happened. The community came together last year and took it down on the base of all of us is still there. They've tried to make it aesthetically pleasing. So they've made it look like Adobe it's just pie with peanut brown and they took flowers around it and apply Because while this is going out and they're still selling our cultures and making an profiting off of but they don't actually want to help and Make positive change for the native communities here in santa fe they just want to profit off of it and then the other obelisk is kit carson. One which is in front of a federal courthouse and so the city was working on that and the city attorney was giving updates after the mayor stopped communicating and stop on emails. I found out that city attorney was working on it so i emailed her and she was giving us constant. Updates you know. Which is we understand that the full process because there's a lot of bureaucracy and they're not some point she started stalling and so basically it's more of the same in the seventies. They said they were going to do it. They didn't do and now this year and last year. That's what's happened again and So we reached out to our city leaders. we've reached out to her our federal leaders in the case of personal mess. We we shouted up before she was Secretary of interior and we wrote her a letter explaining everything. And we just got like a stock. Thank you for your letter. Thank you for your concern. Message back which was really disappointing. Because from what. I understand monument. Federal money are under control now as Secretary of interior and then We reached out to theresa ledger. Fernandes's staff we had a few meetings with them. And we were you know trying to work with them. and that went nowhere. They basically stopped following up with us as well. So we have taken Measures to try to work with our elected leaders and I mean this is the history of indigenous people right. we always get screwed by our.

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"khun" Discussed on Tara Brach

Tara Brach

08:10 min | 1 year ago

"khun" Discussed on Tara Brach

"For a short time each day you are strengthening the communications. Between the different parts of your brain that end up creating what we call integration. It really makes a difference. And that's what gives you resilient. That's what gives you access to more lucidity to more balanced more centeredness. I know for myself. that during these times and really feeling how much is going on. It's called me to deepen my practice. My former practice. I've always sat in the morning now. I also sit at the end of the day. And i take pauses through the day so integrating the brain with meditation big deal. But we're we're gonna spend our time is what do we do. When fear has the upper hand at any point during the day whether it's episodic or whether it's ongoing we all have moments where we do have that flip in our we were we know. Were not connected. We know we're off. So we're gonna look at the. Pathway backed integration academy process the fear with an applied meditation and the basic processes that we contact or fuel the fear in our body. But we don't do it in a habitual way were actually resistant to it where we feel victimized by where we are feeling like it's a bad thing. We don't try to get away from it instead with applied meditation. There's a conscious willing presence and it is and this is what's most notable it's mindful meaning. It's non judging. It's aware in the present moment of what's going on and it's kind and the reason it's so important to contact fewer with those qualities. Is that if you're feeling fear but there's resistance judgment and punching against it it actually deepens. The grooves of the fear another words what we resist persists but if we instead encounter fewer with presence and care and by the way we. I often teach this to the model of rain which is applied meditation. It's mindfulness and compassion. Brought to difficult emotions. When we do it that way it creates new neural pathways. There's a new reference experience in an increases are what's called affect tolerance. We start having this growing sense of space where there's room for the fear. There's no kanus that the the waves of fear can be tolerated because we're more rest kind of ocean of awareness. But here's the thing in. This is what. I want to really emphasize as we drill down. When fear is very strong are when there's trauma. We can't even do that right away. We can't directly contact. We can't do rain right away because we don't have enough access to mindfulness are kindness. And just re experiencing fear can be are re experiencing trauma can be re traumatizing. So we're going to go through some preliminary steps when fury strong that actually set us up to process fear and the first step is we need to strengthen some positive resource states for nicole this resourcing which is a very commonly used word in psychology. And it really means that we need to. I do whatever we can. Direct our attention how ever we can to strengthen the sense of belonging of love of safety. Because here's the thing. The very essence of trauma is feeling cutoff. Feeling separate so we need a degree of reconnecting to make it safe enough to then begin to directly process a little story of a young child who is in a thunderstorm calling out to his father father keeps going into his room and saying it's ok shun. God is with you and it happened several times and then the fourth time the father comes in and little child says to his father but i want someone with skin on in so it is that we need some comforting in order to be with. What's here and there are many pathways of resource reconnecting We can go into nature for some people being in the woods. Walking are being by a stream or being by the ocean is a way of resourcing. A powerful way of resources movement as yoga are dancing. A my friend. Jim gordon works with a traumatized people all around the world and he describing with group of women in haiti and what really helped them to come. Their nervous systems was was dancing wildly together. You know can be singing singing with others creating rhythms with others drumming and research. Of course shows how much relational contact resources us in reduce this fear just holding hands with a loved. One you can see neuroscientist khun show. How the activation of the limbic system gets reduced getting hugged. And what's important to know is that you can resource if nobody's around through your own imagination and other adieu can use meditative processes to resource by bringing to mind a loving other just bringing them to mind imagining that they're hugging you. There are so many different pathways. You can bring to mind someone that you know. Personally you can bring to mind a spiritual figure for one. Man returned from military service. I was working with the some years ago and we were exploring a what is the resource. That could help him most start coming into enough balance so he could begin to really process. Fear and for him was just sensing the light of jesus an image of light image of what he's sense was the presence of jesus surrounding him for another woman was her grandmother hugging her another man. I worked with Bringing to mind his older brother when he was much younger remembering him protecting him from from bullies and just sensing that there are people who care. Wanna spend a little time. Sharing one woman's story shoes a parole officer in a state prison facility and she african american woman had experienced generational trauma but also directly being sexually abused as a young team and then continued experience abuse with different men in our life so she attended about four months of mike clash my wednesday night class.

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DoorDash, Grubhub, Uber Eats Sue New York City Over Restaurant Fee Caps

Daily Tech News Show

00:27 sec | 1 year ago

DoorDash, Grubhub, Uber Eats Sue New York City Over Restaurant Fee Caps

"Uber. And grub hub filed a lawsuit against the city of new york. Federal court disputing. The law passed last month. Capping the amount of commission that food delivery apps khun charge restaurants. New york want to limit what the restaurants get charged by the deliver companies. The suit asks for an injunction against the law going into effect monetary damages and requests. A jury trial the firms alleged. The law constitutes government overreach forcing them to rewrite contracts with restaurants and raising fees for customers.

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"khun" Discussed on Túnel de vento

Túnel de vento

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"khun" Discussed on Túnel de vento

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"khun" Discussed on The Weekly Planet

The Weekly Planet

08:09 min | 1 year ago

"khun" Discussed on The Weekly Planet

"Jam cam. That's what people come eat for for hot cost. That's as hot as and that's what we always say here. I never knew what it meant until just jam casts spoke to brett chan famous stunt coordinator and he said you know. We spent twenty one twenty two hour days trying to make it work and have direct to say i no or having novel say i know everyone is fighting and the getting called indoors. I know so were you want me to. Everyone is fighting in the active. Doesn't want to try and it's like guys goes through your bun. Give me give me someone to work with the that is why some of their best sequences with with jessica henrik which is true. Now she does some great stuff because he trained four hours a day and she has zero martial arts experienced. Great guys teaching your kato judo and some khun jitsu and then delivered some kung fu to add in that it was just yeah so without saying the name in particular k. It's what's whatever he's spices that i think the mine. Reason is not a save many. You know to having tiny stig needs. Just i literally cannot remember what he's been sampling. Look that up john's vin. Okay okay so he just didn't to try. And apparently that's all i think. So you're in a show. That's been exclusively bicester martial arts martial arts. That's because if you look at like yeah like everybody like they mentioned. Jessica kennewick if you look at like. He's not yet. Sasha don he's the other guy is one of the guys he tried with him in the monastery and he seems to be able to. If you look at like if you look at dead evill the other thing is if i had to put a mosconi it wouldn't have been a proud of mana louis. Yeah so it's jesse traditionally wasim ask in the comic book. It's right it's whole deal. I do not get it. Get it on recently watched. It was just on Just on youtube like the the skype from the prison sequencing will. Oh my god so good. It's incredible and what was going to say. It's just kind of like it's this combination of and it's like they've clearly put so much thought into this idea of like he is. He's got a lot of skills and he's had a lot of experience but he's not super and there's so many of these other papal. Yes in like if you the kung fu master like four guys coming at you in a narrow wire that are gonna be you over the head with a prison toilet or whatever like that's going that's tough staff. They constantly dragging themselves off the ground. Fighting an amazing is a point where he just like did just he kicks the guy's foot out from underneath Craxi's head like an examination. -tival mizen so good good show that folks can is that the susan was the second second season third season. But i did like that of kind of bang don. I just kind of dropped off. But they turned up. They won and he's like i didn't trying you fucking fly at man like there's a million actors you could get it. Who would who would be more like haven't lost any time because he hasn't done anything so i don't know i just say it's bizarre to me anyway. Maybe that's not how it went down once we once we hear from that guy. Yup mind guy was in moscow. I think i was in a really cities. Nine minutes young doesn't matter off the tab open. But i'm just click on it done. Click done look good advice for the internet. Generally don't click. Doug look great variety you mentioned spice of life. Yes got another article from them. Because chloe bennet he might not as white shields. Just left the pal off girls Reboot nuts a reimagining of action. Reimagining something yes. Oh it's judy scheduling conflict. They say so. I don't know if you did. I whatever feel any less specific was filmed. The pilot didn't know that and it was apparently atrocious. Cw thing and it's like they're twenty five and they're like did or jaded that were always video recently About river dial on youtube. And and i think the person making the video mentioned that like anytime somebody says all this looks like a cw show. It's never a good sign. It might have power puff guilty and it seems like a real. Cw situation now your family. I also another superman and lois is made by. Hbo but it's only put on K. episode left it anyways so twenty-five and they like jaded because they might fly crime. I've done it really. Not the off. Goes but yeah. Apparently they are retooling the part pilot entirely because those terrible but now they need another laid. So also i'd said this is probably not a scheduling conflict. Okay casino i mean this is scheduling conflict in the sense that she could be filming this but you could also just be at home. Yeah not doing this. Yeah i agree. It's doing a different things. Just probably what's going but here's something that is happening idris elba yes knuckles. What do you think it was going to be jason. My mom wasn't it. I don't know i remember. That was the idea was the rumor. Let me check that. I like the idea that idris elba signed onto this. He went into a room and he was under the expectation that he was signing on to be bombed. And they're like okay. You're gonna love this character. He's mysterious beloved swath yup iconic attitude attitude. Good with his fists. You know he's prickly yeah in a wide and he's like this is san really good. this is i'm excited of this. Bigger than all the other hedgehogs around him so what. He's bigger than all the other hedgehogs around literally in a kidnapping interest like. Let's do this. I love this. take this. take on bond here. We go so they got a bit of fun mason one. I'm the first one was it was was it. Yes okay have you saying yes kids on the by now remember whether i talked about that was also one of your reveals on That you didn't what's one of the things we looked at why people like. Aw james going to go back and check i. What's done is dom. What can i do about it. 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"khun" Discussed on DeaconLive

DeaconLive

06:02 min | 1 year ago

"khun" Discussed on DeaconLive

"Chris with his latest song. Make you see me fi rats. I don't care who they win. The tricks implant. Piano threats are rather bouma. Cedeno loop i want to make. What about trump. Another finnish nonleague office. Save me back to live before we go any further. It's time to get up to speed with technology good afternoon. I don't know if you've been getting ads on your computer. But samsung has been teasing with the new flip phones a galaxy z. fold three his e flipped. Three was released this morning and they've been saying all along. You can preorder and get one hundred dollars off. And today i finally saw the pricing seventeen hundred ninety nine dollars list price eleven ninety nine with a qualified trade in now usually means a phone. That's two years old now. When you say a flip phone. I'm thinking like the nineteen nineties early. Two thousands of the the samsung flip phone or the motorola razor flip phone. Is it like that or is it is it. is it the one. That's got the screen where you can. It's in between the two you flip it open and you see one. Seven point six inch diagonal screen and then it's huge. I don't understand how they're gonna make that screen. What is a flexible screen phones. Have like metal microscopic Degree to it. It has a very very tiny hinge in the middle of it and but the screen is on both sides of it and you look at it. I mean it does look awesome. When i'm looking at you ever seen a brand new book. Dan ever seen an old book spying on an old book. A spinal a new book. I think that's what's going to happen with that phone. It's going to be back and forth and back and forth back and forth and it's going to be like this crease. Ones analog out they. They've got this. Th they put those machines and flip them six billion times. And how much are they. Seventeen hundred buses seventeen. Ninety nine is the list. I mean you can probably get you know. Probably there's probably himself about thirteen hundred dollars. Would you with your trade in. Would you discounts all right. Who else you got Just from that you know that. The curiosity rover has been on mars for nine years now. It's found it's it landed on two thousand and twelve. It's found organic chemicals methane gas and remnants of lakes. You know and that that's a sign that that planet once supported life or at least capable of doing it but they've had this machine going there for nine years on the planet and it's only travelled sixteen point four miles. Now you said you said can support life. Khun support our lives. Yes because that's what life has the right in your components there It has a nuclear battery powered system on it. That will last fourteen years so still. It's still going to be out there. Research inc five years ago sending signal back to us. Which is i mean technologically. That's great and there's going to be a new new thing called perseverance. That's going to be flying out. It's also going to be accompanied by drone. That's the replacement pack for. But i just think that's incredible that something's been running for nine years without you. Having run out and changed his uncle a on another planet yes so they say dan. I mean you know whereas a conspiracy theory about everyone landing on the moon not everyone but you know nasa landing on the moon. But there's i haven't heard any conspiracy theories about the mars rover landing on mars. Oh that's out in arizona. No no no. That's out in wherever whoa. You might be able to check it out. Because nasa wants volunteers to pretend to go to mars. If you can set aside a year from your life he might be a perfect candidate. Vanessa's latest program. A trip to mars. Well not really it's a simulated but they want four volunteers to live in a simulated mars environment for year. Just to see if you go crazy you know and you need a masters degree. Such as engineering mathematics biological physical computer science. But for people are gonna live in seventeen hundred square foot three d. printed module. They myers doing off. So imagine taking a three d. printer and make an emergency people live in so the reason why the three d. printer is because of they're going to have to build it while they're there. My guess is that it's going to be on. I mean if you were to ever land on mars. Hey we can't carry two by fours and nails and beams and all that plus the price of lumber. Yeah so we're going to have to three d print everything while we're there. And how long does it take. The three d print seventeen hundred square foot this even a something small. How how long would it take to three d. printer a case for this while in module three d. printed. While they're going to be faster do that but you know but they're going to have private rooms bathrooms a kitchen and a place to work but it's It's it's crazy. i'm. I just imagine the. I mean someone spending a year and a seventy eight hundred square foot in my house. That's like never gone already house. Well we almost in some sense. Dan have done that already before. I mean we were now just coming out of our our one year year and a half almost two years of everyone just staying in their home and living in their house. Well at least here. On the france we are. Yeah i mean you you walk around and your twenty two acres. I had an acre land to walk around in every blade grasp yet staying inside the house that would solve. if you're inside this quote unquote mars xanadu looking house. And you have to go outside. Do you have to pretend that. You're putting on like space gear with oxygen mask. And i think you've just gonna stay inside that it's a test. I think it's a mental test to see if you can stay inside that building. Well we've already. Damn we have already proven that people can stay in an enclosed facility for any length of time and that's called prison. It's called jail. yes. I mean we've are. I mean granted the size. They call eight by eight room or cellblock or whatever it is. We've already proven that. But that's that's this week's technology all right. They very much all right. Well we'll come back. We're gonna talk about dance. Favorite stores are store. And how. I'm scared to go into them. And the hacks that you can.

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"khun" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence (AI Podcast) with Lex Fridman

Artificial Intelligence (AI Podcast) with Lex Fridman

04:31 min | 1 year ago

"khun" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence (AI Podcast) with Lex Fridman

"But now when they re use and they fall off the wagon if they go back to the same dose that they were using before you know ten weeks ago or three months ago that does khun kill them they can have an overdose even though they were using the same amount at those two different times. The difference is that it's not the dose of the drug it's the sensitivity of the system and that's the same thing that we see with caffeine in terms of training the muscle as it were is the system becomes less sensitive can calibrate. Is there a time the number of hours before bed. That's a safe bet To most people recommend you should drink caffeine. This many hours like is there an average half life should be aiming at or is this advice impossible. Because there's so much variability. There is huge variability. And i think everyone themselves you know to a degree knows it. Although a put a caveat on that too because it's slightly dangerous point so the recommendation for the average dole unhu who whereas the average dole in society. There is no such thing but for the average adult. It would be probably cutting yourself off. Maybe ten hours before so assuming a normative at time in society i would say. Try to stop drinking caffeine. You know before two. Pm and Just keep an eye out you know and if you struggling with sleep dial down the caffeine and if it makes a difference can i ask you about sleep and Learning so how does sleep affect learning sleep before learning sleep after learning to both fascinating kind of dynamics of the mines interaction with this extra conscious state deepest profoundly very intimately related to your memory systems in your informational systems The first as you just mentioned is that sleep before learning will essentially pay your brain almost like a dry sponge ready to sort of initially so cup new information. In other words you need sleep before leading to effectively imprint information into the brain to lay down fresh memory traces. I'm without sleep..

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"khun" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

07:21 min | 1 year ago

"khun" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

"I said it. You need good. I'm not knocking these guys. I have no problem. Not khun judges everyone out. There knows it no problem when they deserve to be knocked and no problem applauding them and giving them credit when they deserve that. That happens once a millennium. And i'm just kidding. I'm just kidding fooling around. It happens at least as often as hell common. And i'm just kidding with that but this was a really close fight different styles you had to have you had to understand the criterion for scoring and you had to really have a good i as a judge song was busier. No arguing but kelly did some really good. He did a hell of a good job. Placing accurate time shots. Where might not catch shy but it a catch opponents attention. I'll tell you that much catches attention. And that was the case here. Song busy viacom versus calculated shots of song. The busy guy versus the calculated shots of kenny. Soham also did as i often refer to and did refer to when i was corner fights all those years at espn. He did a good job at putting water in the basement. Good bodywork good body. Were and maybe. The judges appreciated that to their credit. As i said closed fight. I thought song pulled it out in the third Would combinations some water in the basement. As i said very close could have went either way for me even a draw. Maybe i'm not arguing with the decision so anybody out there thinks that i'm all i'm not just pointing out my perspective on it that it was very close. How'd you how'd you like it. Can i liked it. I thought i thought i had. I had song with a slight advantage. I was happy with the decision. I thought it was fair. I mean i had no preference as to who won going into the fight. It was an entertaining fight. Yeah it was It was the kind of fight that I say this with trepidation with i'd say this cautiously but i say it maybe i'll completely right but it's the fight kind of and laws shouldn't hurt kennedy. It really shouldn't shouldn't yeah heard kenny. Because he performed that well at that level and it was a he did nothing really hurt himself and listen to put them back. Probably the line a little bit. Because everybody's gotta fight their way to the fun of the line in of data whites world you gotta you gotta earn it. Baby you gotta earn and earn it. They earn it That's why i love when they get those bonuses you know when they get those fifty thousand dollars bonuses whatever they are i love it because for me i feel the same way you know about my sport and my all the people that i admire boxing but they can't make enough money they can't make enough money They deserve every set. They get anyway. Let's take me forward. Bring me forward keg next. Had teasha torahs angela hill in a rematch t-shirts torres. Got a for us. One teasha torahs gets the second one unanimous decision. She put her on angela hill all night but the one thing i took away from this fight is again like i say all the time. Oh oh my god. These girls a tough. Oh my god. I just walked in through punch bombs. They get hit with everything but the kitchen sink. It's it's it's been impressive to me in particular with the women to see how quickly they've evolved i. I can remember ten of you probably remember as well the first few years. There's only a few years ago when women just to fight you would get like the early days of the menu. Nfc it would just be a one sided beat down and you couldn't help. It was almost hard to watch what you just look almost like a street fight way. Like oh my god someone break this up. He's had enough. She's had enough. Like when ronda rousey was running through people that very rarely happens in the women's fights anymore. You do see someone sites but like this fight even when it was. I mean teaches torres clearly won by god. Angela hill was tough. You feel like she was in it the whole time. Just maybe punch away from turning the tide but again. I can't stress how tough these girls are. And how quickly. They've evolved into like serious serious fighters. Yeah listen. i don't know maybe if forget. i know. i'm going to make sure that your wife doesn't hear this one because we were you know. I wouldn't want to see a battle over there with your with your wife and your beautiful life. Beautiful children that the two of you raising but women are pretty damn talented. Could pretty damn talented and pretty damn tough If if you forgot if god. I don't think we could do the things they do in all. I think we could do the things. I won't even go down. I wrote about having kids. Wouldn't even go down there when my go donna. When my wife when my wife was pregnant. I used to ask her all the time like as she got bigger and bigger. I was like man. I you nervous. You've got this big giant thing in there it's gonna come up like a dang would kill me. She's like it's just it is what it is. It'll nature tickets cost. I was like i'm nervous for you. I can't take it. I'm having zaidi attackers thinking of people get nervous. Now listening to you describe that and yeah. There was never never a shortage of anxiety around the pregnancy in the delivery of the children. But what a what. A feeling of euphoria to see them when there are finally out in the world breathing on their. Oh my god. That's no feeling like it. No that's the miracle of life. That's the miracle of life if you can have children you're very very very blessed very blessed and you know you reminded of it and you should be reminded of the blessing of it every day when you look at them. Don't matter what size they are. How big they've gotten you know and then and then if you really if you really good. I'm not saying. I was good. So maybe i'm just blessed but you get a chance to do it again with grandchildren where it's a whole different experience. All my goodness. I can't even begin but the grandparents out there will understand what i mean by that special gifted someday. God willing you onto standard to. It's a whole different kind of gift because now you get Loved them and see them. And you get to kind of make adjustments if you will from when your parent and you under the gun and you would just worried about things it just trying to raise them the right way. And you're you.

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"khun" Discussed on Stars Like Us: Astrology with Aliza Kelly

Stars Like Us: Astrology with Aliza Kelly

02:57 min | 1 year ago

"khun" Discussed on Stars Like Us: Astrology with Aliza Kelly

"Being like do this instead of that. Like all of that is having extrasensory abilities. And all of that means that you are like but it has to do with being the waterside. 'cause like i know. Pisces is very strong for pisces. To have psychic abilities and obviously if not a pisces but i mean us being waterside yes. Water signs are generally considered more intuitive. But it also has to do with even just the way that your charters architect did you know it has to do with like how different things respond In different ways. Like i am really intrigued. By the fact that you're pluto in scorpio is exactly trying your north node in pisces. Like that's going to amplify that you know like you trusting your intuition and learning how to work with your magical powers for what it's worth like is actually The more that you dial that up the more that you're going to be in alignment with how to become the highest version of yourself. Okay because doodo is transformation so it's like large long-term transformation and it just so happens. They you have mercury and pluto khun junked which means at the same place in your chart so mercury is how you communicate so this is exactly why communicating your truth communicating. Like words are power to you. That's what abracadabra means it actually means. I speak as i say. It's an ancient aramaic spell so for you. That is true. Like words are power you have the ability to like create and destroy based on the way that you use your language cree and the based on the way. He's my language. Yeah i mean. If my mercury's in scorpio so i feel i- scorpio's consisting definitely so i feel like i should when i was younger. I definitely knew how to thing. Someone i don't do that. Now yeah but it doesn't even need to be like the destruction process doesn't need to be negative like it could be like okay. I've it could be literally you being like. I don't want to i. You know. I've created a monster or like i don't like this product or i don't like what i've done here like i need to take down to build something better. You know it. It doesn't have to be to harm others. i would say it's never to harm others. That's usually just like when we're younger and we fuck around and we don't know our our. Yeah yeah that makes sense. I just wish. I knew. I i keep looking at my. I just wish i knew exactly. The timing was born like that kind of ruins it. It's it sucks to not know the exact time but honestly like that piece of information about it's still being dark is like i have done so many charts based on like anecdotal information like that to be able to piece things together. 'cause like i'm like quiz if i was born in nine thirty and that's actually my chart then might first house and i would have been as in libra ten thousand that you like the changes everything. Yeah and you would have the sun in your twelfth house which is like.

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"khun" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show

The Down and Dirty Show

04:59 min | 1 year ago

"khun" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show

"Arrives in top gear so we could get a little bit more top speed on the second day and just take the rev limits further i've slot was. He helped a bitch and we would just chewed in the suspension. Little bit as we went on and bit by. So it's like when we find different compan- Like before you said you have. I went to different tower. New clicks during the nazi leila they. We had to fly that a little bit later but we we definitely go there with a little bit more time again. I think we can. We can improve the car a fabric more as well so there's plenty more to come out to the packages just much. It's very exciting. The way the college drives and reaction is most of the stuff in the castle slides. A bit maury like easily. So khun craig's power. Did you read. It felt like really different. Assad note to to get the nose. But the i i wouldn't say it didn't enjoy it by witnesses..

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"khun" Discussed on Dateable Podcast

Dateable Podcast

05:43 min | 1 year ago

"khun" Discussed on Dateable Podcast

"Those types of people emerge the people that are more open minded and like you were saying sandy. Our whole becca greatbatch. Because there might be a certain. Like i was looking at the feed the comment on yours and i think the woman was like five. Two in the man was like five eight. And i'm like wait. What like this now. It was so absurd. But it's like there are those people and you know what we always say to. It's like we can only meet people where they are like. You can provide all the education and support but it does kind of take it for you. Individually have it click and i think coming out of this pandemic. We're going to be able to the people who have done. The work are going to be able to really clearly see others that have also somebody posted. The prince was five three week. Let's get a clo- here perspective. Yeah day it's it's never about high and it's never about weight it's about it's about our own self judgment really and i think we can bring more self love into the picture and self more than south lots self compassion we start to blur the lines of where we used to think things were important. I mean you know economics. I just finished reading Make the move with john. Berger and he talks about dating across classes you know that used to be used to think only white collar khun date white collar noodles. You have to have a college degree. If i have a colleague. That was one of the things as i started. Coaching was like e. You look at people with a phd is being smart. A lot of them are not honestly. And you're overlooking all these people without college degrees who are brilliant. You know how many people have been successful entrepreneurs and have done amazing things without a college degree and so we put these little parameters around people to help us. Stay safe and feel like we're going to get a guarantee..

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"khun" Discussed on The Solid Verbal: Living College Football

The Solid Verbal: Living College Football

08:35 min | 1 year ago

"khun" Discussed on The Solid Verbal: Living College Football

"This defense should be dominant against an acc slate. The big selling point outside of the dj. You thing and outside of all the returning talent and trying to find new faces and it's at week one game against georgia mazar game monster game. They play in charlotte. It looms incredibly large. The good thing for clemson is at the schedule. Outside of that georgia game is pretty much. The second weakest in the acc right or seventy-second nationally in terms of strength of schedule. Which means that. I think in all likelihood is they. Don't get blown out in that georgia game. Which isn't going to happen. They could still lose. Make the playoff that that seems a near probability to me because i don't see anyone else in the conference. Remounting that serious charge against these guys. So speaking of the road ahead opened up against georgia in charlotte. That's the beginning after that. It's pretty much smooth sailing if you're looking for land mines. I'm gonna clip that audio. Sorry smooth sailing. Smooths christopher cross under that when we make it a social clip after they lose to somebody like state continue. If you're looking for land mines you have to take a super duper mystic view of team. Like pit or florida state or sir. Nc state which will talk about here in a little bit or maybe even south carolina to close out the year but again you gotta take a real super optimistic view to craft a scenario outside of dj. You going down where one of those teams can jump up and get and get clemson. The nc state game is on the road. So perhaps there's a chance there. There is some fairly recent history of nc state given clemson a game but In carter finley. But i just right. It's tough for me to find that scenario. I think clemson is going to go. Unbeaten through the acc. They're going to win the acc and they're going to go back to the playoff again right. Yeah i think anything short of losing to georgia twenty eight to three and then making their way through the acc and even then if they finish twelve and one it's not going to be a great loss but outside of that it's it's very difficult. You're right outside of a key injury to find the case construct the case for clemson being challenged within this conference. Maybe if mackenzie milton is completely lights out and that defense will transfer florida state. Whatever we'll get there but there's the ifs are in bold black type. Big time and attala sized underlined. You name it That'll the little asterisks around it like. Yes it's the i in the f. Have a bunch of space like you're an eighth grade book report just like you gotta stretch to get it to three pages. it's just. We've we've seen this before. Where clemson as a very dominant defensive line and teams kingdom has that and the defense is going to eat a lot of teams up a lot of opponents up was it miles murphy and brian. Brazil brazil Yes raza. I really feel like that gives them such a competitive advantage. Team just cannot contend with that. There are some good lines in the sec this year but not good enough to contend with with that kind of star power on the defensive side and you know they're other stories along along the depth chart offensively like khun. Joseph nagata be a play threat. Can they get more of a as you as right. Can they get like. They didn't have last year. The scenario in which somebody could just go up and get a jump ball from trevor lawrence. The way that i think they're accustomed to. They need that back into the game. Maybe justin ross or narcotic i hope so man that it's such a great story he bounces back but these these are all again splitting hairs types of things. What's in the tank amateurs. Don't use nitrous oxide. I've seen the way you drive. You gotta have foot. You'll clo- yourself to pc. You'll blow yourself to pieces. It's ten or twelve wins. It's ten to twelve wins in all likelihood eleven or to. His is a ten into season. A failure for clemson no tedious boy. Yes by recent measure. Yes but i think there is enough turnover with again of the best quarterback in your programs history walking out the door that you can justify two losses one to georgia one. Along the way yeah. I think it's entirely okay. If that happens. Maybe not by fans standards but from afar. Yeah oh i mean if they lose two games that means they're losing to somebody far beneath them if clemson's at full strength i think it's okay this year. I think it's okay. I would be willing to accept your because of travel. Orange travis t. n. Some others walking out. But it's just hard for me to see that happening given the strengths defense man. It's the position. Dj you is in following the shawn watson and trevor lawrence of obviously we know pressure right but who still made the playoffs right. Kelly bryant made the playoffs with clemson. So yeah there's there's a ton of pressure. I think he's going to be a fantastic talent. He seemed to be an understandably. So last year against notre dame. He threw a ton of yards. You know. he's big body where there was still a rawness to his rawness. I wanna see how seasoned he he looks with a full real offseason. They worked a lot on his foot work. They worked a lot on his throwing motion. Right all the usual stuff that you hear about year in. And you're out with quarterbacks in the off season but they're really trying to fine-tune his game look to come in and do what he did now to games a throw for four hundred yards on the road at notre dame as a true freshman. That's pretty damn right. There are questions that we have about him. At this point that i that weren't answered in the limited action we saw last year and the homerun ability of this offense. I think should still be strong but the best of privacy tian was such a luxury where you give them. You give them ten feet and he's gone three feet and he's taking fourteen yards so a home run luxury that i don't think they have but it'll be it'll be interesting to see which of these guys are very talented backfield room steps up and can sort of approximately some of what travis. Cdn was. where do you want to go next. daniel. Let's go florida state. Florida state flow rider. Let's talk about them knowles. Yeah let's talk about the nole so last year. Three and six overall two and six conference in none of those losses was their post game. Win expectancy above four percent. Now what does that mean. What that means is some of the folks who are brighter with statistics. The anaheim we'll go and look at the game on a per play basis actually evaluate the numbers and sinonov team did and based on how the team scored how. The game is graded out. They will assign a value one hundred percent being. Yeah you're definitely gonna win right zero percent being you had no business being in that game right to for four given the metrics at hand given like the on a success rate on a per play given like winds are able to do this they win this percentage of time and it's all spit into formula. Yeah none of their six losses were before percent. Which is it's kansas level bad. Then it's really not that means that context is important here. Remember that mike novell came over. He installed a new staff and new system. They had a deal with covert as everybody did it. And it wasn't like he was starting from a place of stability to begin with previous coach. Did get fired. So it wasn't a great situation that he stepped into and it's like on one hand. Yes the defense is very bad. Yes the offense. Took a step back. We can get into that if you want to. That's not good but on the same note. What the hell do you think was gonna happen right. What did you think is going to be the case installing all this new stuff in a weird cove here so i i kind of get both sides of it. Certainly florida state fans did not feel satisfied by what they saw out there. According to our friends over at tomahawk nation. This was the second worst defense that the knowles have fielded. Since nineteen eighty-seven gave yards gave up a lot of sense it was. It was not exciting to watch the quarterback situation. Jordan travis got out. There got some good experience. He's a runner not necessarily a thrower. Yeah there was got hurt. Hurt pretty early on so they..

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"khun" Discussed on Sway

Sway

05:03 min | 1 year ago

"khun" Discussed on Sway

"But remote health raises all kinds of questions about quality control accountability. And of course privacy. All of that seem particularly important when it comes to letting a stranger inside of your head high aren't thanks for being here inviting so i would like to ask you. There's so much. I haven't really covered there be apps that much although this pandemic really shown how telemedicine has really come to the ford. I explain to people at work. You sign up so you go to the website or you. Don't respond to short questioners. Khun verify that you're safe and having indication to as as to why you're coming over here and then you will eat either. Talk to a matching agent. Who is a licensed therapist himself or herself or you'll go through an automated process that will find a match for you. Typically you will start to in between a few hours with a max twenty four hours and then he was art therapy. You can choose a plan that is either based on messaging only or a mix of messaging and live or based mostly live so typically video sessions with the messaging. I would say that in between you. Compare your therapy. Apps to some people have compared it to tender other people's i. It's just what we've just done over the past year during covert. How do you look at it. I actually think it's it's way more traditional and boring than what people typically tend to think about where we consider subset husker company. We conduct ourselves healthcare company and we only use license clinicians were psychotherapists and psychiatrists and therefore it's actually way more similar to what is fondly called traditional therapy or psychiatry over the one that is being done face to face in an office setting. It's the same people same discipline so same. I say education and training that delivery mechanism. If you will is very different you know. I'm not fond of being called an apper. Not where a company were a healthcare company with hundreds of employees..

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"khun" Discussed on Building Psychological Strength

Building Psychological Strength

03:09 min | 1 year ago

"khun" Discussed on Building Psychological Strength

"Alright fifth one. It's really interesting when you look at the habit formation and change literature. One of the big pieces of that literature is around triggers or cues. These are things that we encounter that just subconsciously. Trigger our mind to have the urge to engage in a particular activity. So i'm gonna use something completely out of the context of what we're talking about just to make a point and then i'll get us back onto something more relevant. Let's say i had a person in my life who was a smoker. They smoked a lot and one q of theirs was getting in their car every time she got in her car. She light a cigarette. So khun textually geographically right location wise when she entered her car when she was in her car so consciously it triggers our mind to run down a familiar path. Meaning the familiar path of having a cigarette. Send us a very strong urge to complete that chain. The trigger starts the chain. The cigarette ends it. And so our mind gets super use to the comfort and predictability of these habits and sends us these urges. Take keep us in that comfortable predictable pattern even if the stuff isn't good for us right like smoking so you can use this to your advantage. There's all kinds of things right like smoking and eating and eating unhealthy food in a maybe drinking wine and all these things right we can point it all these habits that maybe we want to reduce or not do as much but the cool thing about psychology is our mine has a set of processes that runs on and you can either allow them to do what they are gonna do naturally like necessarily form bad habits or you can use those processes in your favor and this is what i'm talking about with this tip number five. One of the strong cues that we have is temper. It's a set of cues called. Temporal cues in. We brush our teeth when in the morning and before we go to bed. When do you take your vitamins or your medication. We tend to have this internal clock right. That in general knows about what time of day it is and these temporal cues q off that clock and they caused those urges to do those behaviors at that same time every single day. I think you can probably see where i'm going. If you have certain types of work that are very cyclical maybe you are in sales and you send a bunch of prospecting emails or whatever the case may be Maybe you are in customer service and you have to send follow up messages or return calls or whatever the case may be when you have this repetitive types of work that you need to do especially so this works particularly well for repetitive work..

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"khun" Discussed on The Fashademix Podcast

The Fashademix Podcast

04:30 min | 1 year ago

"khun" Discussed on The Fashademix Podcast

"But yeah i mean i just think it's amazing and i'm doing my phd. At the moment. I think of drop sutton you guys. You guys are doing exactly what the opposite of investigate and in terms of being a good thing. So i'm looking at high brahms but don't have that community. Don't have the online engagement so far in times of crisis in high during the complete opposite which is amazing. So i look to you. I'm looking all these brands. Like ever elaine and really suffered a look pale. Take the shot with as well with. I'm starting to feel like i'm a louisville belting out not long you day yes. You have my job in the counter opposite. I think that's what's so important. It's why brands like yours. Just flourish because they really understand connect and you give you give value beyond the product. It's not now. Is this your interview on ratliff. But i feel like for a bison such about the product combined into the brandon and that really inclusively brown. But i think it's interesting because pretty little thing is a low price point product but yet they connect with their consumer so much money and value like they said in that cable but then as we spoke on the previous podcast about luxury. You haven't got fat client service. You couldn't just message chanel or say. Hey what you've just done. And i think that is so successful. Is that connection. I think that's why you guys thrived in the pandemic rather than sunk thing like and pale. Peltier we just wants to be a grandma. We want to be your best friend. I mean wants to be that look the esa every occasion on. I think that's why do so many competitions like we just wanna give up to obviously Like khun sheen as in we do we. Just wanna get back. It's not really about being a brandon just taking money. It's all about building this community and getting connections with obviously audio and is upset. You might you also. Main focus of your role is the podcast. We absolutely so you said you manage the relevance of social media platforms and you say you management the middle east platforms. Yeah we launch in the middle east. I think it coming up. And so i can after that for about eight more on just a completely different audience rarely have to do my research and like yeah. I've compared to demaurice it into a completely new audience and like what we might sell in on. Cy is completely different to what was selling over in the middle east And i've had to work 'cause like different influences and just create completely different content on yet then a challenge. But it's been amazing. I love that. Even when all my day like i was giving huge channel and i've just loved building that to what it is now. I think now we've gained didn't talk about getting maybe two hundred cash while she saw me and a channel got incredible. And then i look at the law which is in november nine hundred eleven must be third jo jumping from different cultures. Different having that especially in credit it is a lot. I wouldn't change at lie just a little bit too much. I'm i'm building my scales. I obviously wanted to get your teeth. They and you just she and light. You want to wear from the main china. But i'm so glad that i've kind of go these second channels also the podcast which is such a huge thing in itself. And but yeah. I'm just. I'm so excited. Code to be over and we cannot just start having these parties. And say elvis eight minute with even podcast remo- and wow yeah. You can't see people's don't you. But for me so we come into studio to do it so we can bounce off each other and race we can..

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"khun" Discussed on Under the Radar

Under the Radar

05:12 min | 1 year ago

"khun" Discussed on Under the Radar

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"khun" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

04:16 min | 1 year ago

"khun" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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Several college football games postponed amid new COVID-19 outbreaks

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

01:05 min | 2 years ago

Several college football games postponed amid new COVID-19 outbreaks

"In America, including college football programs. Saturday's Ohio State of Maryland game has been canceled and the SEC now has four contests postponed. Including Georgia at Missouri. The Washington Huskies have moved on from their season opening cancellation in Cal, Berkeley. U Dub tight end Kate Hutton. It was pretty tough to take. I think that those case for everyone involved I know Cal wanted to play, too. The only thing we could do is go on organ sake, Khun Khun drawn that. So Saturday night at Montlake. It's the dogs against the Beavers. Eight o'clock on Fox Sports one Washington State at home in Pullman, Saturday afternoon, a 10 Point underdog against Oregon Seahawks returned to the practice field today, prepping for another NFC West clash with the Rams Sunday in Los Angeles. But it will be the first time they tangle in that new $2.5. Billion so Fi Stadium Cleveland Indians right hander Shane Bieber, a unanimous winner of the American League Cy Young Award. Cincinnati REDS Trevor Bauer takes home the NL Cy Young Trophy Sports A 10 and 40 after the hour.

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COVID-19 Hospitalizations Are Surging. Where Are Hospitals Reaching Capacity?

Morning Edition

02:48 min | 2 years ago

COVID-19 Hospitalizations Are Surging. Where Are Hospitals Reaching Capacity?

"Sign that the United States is in a Corona virus surge. Hospitalizations around the country have nearly doubled since late September. Some hospitals are already talking about rationing care. Will stone has more back In the spring, Dr. William Elms was watching the surge of covert patients in New York City and reading his hospitals in Wisconsin to enter the same We waited and waited. It did not come about six months later it has arrived. Melman's is the chief medical officer at the Marshfield Clinic Health System, which covers mostly rural Wisconsin. We will be pushed to the limit by the end of the month. Covert patients are filling up their beds at an unsustainable rate. And because so many parts of Wisconsin in the Midwest are under siege, Melmed says. There are not many places they can turn to. Either to send their patients or to get extra staff. Creating the manpower to take care of our patients is the dilemma. You know, we don't have any areas to decompress. We don't have safety valves to put our patients. This is the message coming from or hospitals in more states every day. For weeks, the US Corona virus pandemic has shattered records. In the wake of those sky. High numbers Come hospitalizations, Lawrence, our studies hospital capacity at Johns Hopkins University. We have a legitimate reason to be very, very concerned about our health system and national level. That's because this surge could wash over many places simultaneously. In at least 18 states. Covert patients account for more than 10% of all hospitalizations. Above that 10% is where we really think. Okay, Perhaps we have to start enacting search strategies and crazies. Standards of care in some places Crisis standards of care, a broad term for how hospitals make decisions around treatment when re sources are limited. In the worst case scenarios it can lead to rationing of care. Some states, including Utah, have recently warned this could be on the horizon. Machida Beer is an emergency physician and researcher at the University of Michigan in the Rand Corporation. If there are many epicenters a beer says it will be much harder to shuffle around. Resource is because everyone will be overwhelmed. So it's space staff and stuff, and you need all three. And if you don't have one, it doesn't matter if you have the other two, and most U. S. Hospitals already don't have much cushion they usually run close to capacity, especially during flu season. Then, on top of that ad covert patients who Khun require lots more time and care, and it strains the system. This is a scarce resource Critical care. Nurses are scarce. Ventilators are scarce as you know respiratory therapists or skirts, and she worries about to become even more scarce. For NPR news. I'm Wellstone.

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Measure J approved by Los Angeles County voters

Morning Edition

06:38 min | 2 years ago

Measure J approved by Los Angeles County voters

"Since the official election day, but L. A county is moving ahead quickly with while the ballot measures approved by local voters measure J. It requires that at least 10% of Lake County's unrestricted general funds about $350 million a year, right now be spent on housing mental health treatment. And alternatives to incarceration, the goal to reduce recidivism and help trouble people through treatment rather than the jail system. Tomorrow, the county Board of Supervisors is expected to discuss setting up a measure J Advisory committee. Joining us now to talk about where things go from here is Isaac Brian, executive director of the Black Policy Project and co chair of the re Imagine L. A County group. Ah, coalition that supported Measure J. Good morning. Good morning. Shane is going to be so good to have you here now. Ah, lot of people whose introduction to measure J was on their sample ballot may have thought that it came out of the recent rallies. We saw the spring over issues like Racial justice. But this is not a new idea. Very briefly. How far does the concept behind measure J go back when it comes to L. A county? When did this idea sort of first start percolating? Absolutely and Albert is a combination of both. So from the last decade we have been organizing against the size and scope of our jail system, one of the largest jail system in the world. It's also the largest mental health provider on the West Coast. And instead of thinking about treatment and care, we often cycle folks who need support to our county jail system. And so here in Los Angeles County of the last two years Set up a civilian oversight commission to oversee the sheriff's department. We set up an office of diversion reentry. We cancel the contract to build two new jail facilities in the last couple of years, and instead we launched in alternatives to incarceration Work group. Explored very deeply. What a continuum of care might look like should look like in. That work group was chaired by Dr Bob Ross, the California endowment and teaching both community voices and system stakeholders. That report was submitted to the board. In February. There's a lot of groundwork that led up to this moment, but the the unrest of this year of this spring and into the summer definitely spurred this To action. I think the foundation was laid. But that was kind of like the catalyst that let us know that this is the moment we have to push. And if you saw your sample ballot, you saw Patrice Cullors as one of the signatories as well as myself. Patrice is one of the co founders of Black lives matter. And so there's a lot of overlap between the lethal encounters we saw earlier this year and and how this ultimately came to be. Under measure J. What kind of programs will be eligible for funding? And who specifically? Will those programs try to help Are you looking at, you know, say young people trying to target young people specifically before they might get into trouble with the law? Something like that. Absolutely so pending the board's approval of ah of emotion tomorrow that would establish an advisor group to really oversee this process. There are a lot of buckets of eligibility, including mental health support behavior. How support Job training and placement, affordable housing, but also used development is critical. Right now we spend $280,000 per year per young person to incarcerate them here in Los Angeles County. We cage then Children right here at home, and we do it in a very expensive, right. Part of measure J will be looking at ways that we can provide opportunity supported development for young people outside of the juvenile halls in camps and in a way that produces healthy and thriving outcomes. What I can tell you is that there are some agencies that are prohibited. I'm using Measure J funding, and that is the Sheriff's Department, the district attorney's office, the cords or the probation Department. This is CareFirst valid initiative, and it's got to be rooted in structures of opportunity. What kind of groups are going to be behind the program's applying for measure J funding? Are these going to be government programs? Are we talking about like local nonprofits saying, Hey, we got what we think is a great idea to put. I don't know a a shelter or an after school program into effect in this part of the community. I think you'll see a mixed method approach their awesome county agencies and programs that are working incredibly effectively that need to be scaled up on specifically thinking of the office of Diversion and Retentions Transitional housing model. Which has slashed recidivism rate and proven much better outcomes than anything in the sheriff's Department of the Carcel system is done. We need to scale of all of those county infrastructures and behavior, health, mental health and have the support that we know are working, but also A new way of life. The entire city of coalition and others have shown community based reentry models that are working incredibly well. There's a lot of use development models as well. So I think we need to be thinking holistically. About where these phones Khun go because it's all about producing the best outcome for our communities. And if the government has structures in place to do that, we need to support that. This community has structure in place that air doing that that we definitely would support that as well. We need to be thinking holistically about this. Who's going to decide who gets the money. And who doesn't? Is it going to be all county leaders? Or you going to see members of the community involved in making those decisions as well? And a measure called for transparency and accountability and community representation. And I think the board of Supervisors, who are ultimately tasked with drafting the implementation process for this are very aware that community representation has to be at the table. There's ballot measure was put on by the people. Up specifically people who have been most impacted by our systems of Harmon. They should also have a seat at this decision making table and it's my intention that the Board of Supervisors intention to make sure that table is inclusive and has all the stakeholders. Who have a vested interest in this process. So are we talking about like, I don't know. Mental health professionals or community leaders or people who help to provide services to young kids. Are we talking about that? that? They They could could be be serving serving on on this this advisory advisory committee committee and and saying saying to to the the soups soups no, no, none none up. up. You You gotta gotta put put money money over over here. here. This This is is where where we we really really need need it. it. They They could could I I be. be. I I would would encourage encourage everyone everyone to to look look at at the the motion motion That's That's coming tomorrow. From what I've heard. There's a 17 Person Advisory committee with Five dedicated for community representation, five dedicated for those who work in insisting with Karen opportunity within the county, Already a couple of suits for labor organizations that are going to be impacted by The movement of funds in this way and really just trying to make sure that this table as all of the voices of the folks who need to be added the only voices who won't be added of those who are ineligible for Measure J Fund. Isaac Brian is executive director of the Black Policy Project. Thanks so much for joining us this morning. Really good to have you Thank you for having me. You're listening to morning

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President-elect Joe Biden says 'time to heal' a deeply divided nation

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:43 sec | 2 years ago

President-elect Joe Biden says 'time to heal' a deeply divided nation

"Joe Biden says it is time to heal for America. In his victory speech tonight, a driving celebration and Wilmington, Delaware, Biden says Democrats and Republicans Khun choose to work together. He promises to be a president for all. Now, the Biden victory sets up Kamala Harris to become the first woman to reach the office of Vice president. This is our country, and we love our country. This is a monumental moment for former colleagues and staunch supporters of Kamala Harris have someone Like her of her intelligence and death and her background in the White House. It's a good day for America. Harris spent part of her childhood in the Berkeley flats. She became the first woman first black and first South Asian. When elected a San Francisco's district attorney in 2003 reporter Kenny

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The Franchise Show is coming to Atlanta

Home Fix It Show

02:17 min | 2 years ago

The Franchise Show is coming to Atlanta

"Are listening is because you are here. Richard is here because he's coming to Atlanta. On November 21st. You can see him in person. You're going to be at the franchise show. Which is going to be at the Cobb Galleria Center. It's going to be live you, khun go. That's going to be social distancing. There'll be other safety precautions in effect, but the franchise show is November 21st and 22nd. And ah to show where you could tell me more about the franchise show. Well, basically, you know, there's going to be all types of Franchising available there to peruse and find out if it's something that maybe you want to get into. I specifically I'm going to be Representing service to surface. Keith, who started that company is a good friend of mine. And so I've decided to, uh, kind of get into business with him a little bit. We used his products and his services. Our garage re had probably guessed 12 15 times and I got to know him as a person. He's a great guy. He's you know, got this service to surface business that he's starting franchise, and it's doing really well. I think the trick to it is it's all different types of fourth floor servicing. You know if you want to stay in it if you want, Teo Stamp it if you want, Teo put down the poxy codings and all that kind of stuff, And what makes him a little bit different is he also Owns the products themselves and creates those himself. So you know he's not going somewhere and buying someone else's product and put a sticker on the can and calling it Hiss. You know he's researched it and made these products. To be the best that they are in the business, So the surface to surface is something I can put on my garage floor, right? You can use it on anything but definitely the garage floor. We're working on coming out with a kind of a garage. Uh, surface kit for the do it yourself at home. That you know where they have 23 or four car garage that everything comes in one kid that they could basically resurface the garage floor and not only protected but also non skid it in Be able to wipe up any spills. Nice speaking with Richard Rawlings from about 28 reality shows.

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Importance of Black voters in the presidential race

WNYC Programming

02:47 min | 2 years ago

Importance of Black voters in the presidential race

"The last two or three years of activism that you think has helped push Georgia into the blue column? Yes, I think that is Never. We need on example of how the community organizing and coordination work. I think Georgia is an example of that that over the last three years there have been deep and actually the last five years in particular, but particularly the last three years. There's been intense coordination between Social Justice Group communally, a group black late groups throughout the state of Georgia in metro Atlanta will in some of the areas like Savannah and making and and in South Georgia, Albany and so as a result, what we see is we see this record turnout of black voters, you know. In the state of Georgia black voters voted At higher rate. No more black voters voted for for Biden Vice President Biden maybe it for Obama, and that in the self says that even what has I believe that it hasn't just been about being candidates entered its been about people being people center and so as a result of the deep organizing what you see is the result of the turnout. Where black voters have certainly made the difference in this wave and Georgia You know, just next door. Alabama Senator Doug Jones, a Democrat. He ended up really struggling right, acted to hold onto his seat, so there are kind of limits in terms of getting turnout out there. What lessons do you think people can take away from the experience in Georgia? I think we have to recognize that you have to continue to be ill that oftentimes what you see in some of these elections when the energy is just centered around a candidate around 81 particular election and you lose that Mo mentum and don't continue to build from that you would have we never would have done here. But what we thought even particularly after 2018 in the race in safety Abrams loss The infrastructure in the coalition that came together around her race did not dismantle. They act you started working on was that even more focus on working together in a coordinated fashion, and beyond that there were other groups that because of the mass voter suppression that happened in the community and happened with black voters, we were that much more determined. To make sure that we were in play in this election cycle and that our voice will be heard. And so part of what I think is a keen lesson is that when you invest and groups that on the ground that these are the kinds of results instead of putting all your Political resource is, I think political parties and in television ads that when you invest directly on the ground, yield it, Khun Deal Ah, great harvest.

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Target recalls children's boots due to choking hazard

Mark Blazor

00:32 sec | 2 years ago

Target recalls children's boots due to choking hazard

"There's a recall today involving some kid's boots that are sold at Target alert for parents or anyone with a young child target is recalling a brand of toddler boots. The Consumer Product Safety Commission says these cat and Jack brand boots were sold for boys and girls and sizes. Five through 12. The boots have an elastic laced with the ta Go on top of the commission says the laces and toggles Khun break, making them a choking hazard. No injuries have been reported. Anybody with those boots can return them to target for a full Refund. A news partners at ABC

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Trump Lashes Out Over Vote Count as Biden Gains Ground in Key States

Morning Becomes Eclectic

01:08 min | 2 years ago

Trump Lashes Out Over Vote Count as Biden Gains Ground in Key States

"Winner in this year's presidential election continues this hour. The Associated Press reporting. Former Vice President Joe Biden currently leads President Trump to 64 to 214 in the electoral college. The legal challenges. Ey're in play. And as NPR's Tamara Keith reports, the Trump camp is sounding optimistic It will pull ahead. The Trump campaign is still disputing a race call in Arizona, saying they expect President Trump will be able to catch up to Biden is ballots continue to be counted. They also insist things look good for the president in Pennsylvania. Here's campaign manager Bill Stepien, the media And the insiders in the city trying to count Donald Trump out for years. Give me that Give him zero chance during his primary. They said he was dead during impeachment. They said his campaign with dead during this summer Donald Trump is alive and well and tweeting in all caps. Stop the count exclamation point. Trump's campaign has filed a flurry of lawsuits which among other things, seek to stop vote counts until legal observers Khun get better access to monitor how its going tomorrow. Keith

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NBA players planning vote on whether to start season on Dec. 22 or Jan. 18

Wisconsin's Afternoon News with John Mercure

00:57 sec | 2 years ago

NBA players planning vote on whether to start season on Dec. 22 or Jan. 18

"A and Players association could vote this week on when next season will began a couple of scenarios they are looking at. According to the athletic number one of 72 game season that begins December 22nd. What the finals wrapping up near the end of July or Option two. 60 game season that begins January 18th 60 games with the finals, wrapping up near the end of August. You Khun Better believe what the N BA owners are looking for here. They want to capitalize on his many games as possible, and certainly that Christmas revenue is a big deal. Some of the players, especially those who were in the bubble are saying we just got done. Can you give us a little bit of a break here mentally physically beat up. They'd like to start closer to Martin Luther King. I can't believe they want to compete against the Olympics. Either. America watches the Olympics for like, three weeks in the middle of that season. If the NBA's still going on, that doesn't seem like a good move. It does seem strange that the only players that perhaps want to play as soon as possible are the teams that were no part of the gavel in Orlando, because they've been off since March. Yeah, so they're ready to go.

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Election Day Game Plan on Social Media

Morning Edition

01:38 min | 2 years ago

Election Day Game Plan on Social Media

"I'm David Brancaccio. Social media companies, including Twitter have just announced steps to make it clear when a candidate has won the election or has not marketplaces. Nancy Marshall Ginza joins US Live, Nancy. Star with Twitter's approach. Well, Twitter says it will label tweets that falsely claimed victory for any candidate. It'll also remove tweets that encourage violence or calling people to interfere with election results. Twitter now requires anyone declaring victory to have proof they khun site announcements from election officials or use projections from national news outlets that have what Twitter calls dedicated independent news desks. Twitter list. The Associated Press among those And the AP is a key source will be turning to here. So how does The Associated Press decide when someone's one The says it'll look at the number of votes counted also data on political trends. It's created a new system that analyzes early voting in mail in ballots. But the AP also says it may just declare some races too close to call and David Facebook says if a candidate or party declares victory prematurely, it will add more information to the labels on their post. It says votes that say votes are still being counted and a winner has not been projected yet. Then the AP, Facebook and Twitter and others are spelling out the rules because Their concerns about candidates who are headed the end of today, declaring victory before all the ballots are counted. Of course, it could take days for some states to finish counting all of the mail in ballots they received. Nancy. Thank you.

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Garmin Launches New Smartwatches Including the Instinct Esports Edition

New Jersey 101.5 Programming

00:21 sec | 2 years ago

Garmin Launches New Smartwatches Including the Instinct Esports Edition

"Has several new ways to keep track of our health. The new vivo fit junior three fitness trackers, Khun be outfitted with kid friendly themes and guide them through interactive adventures for video game lovers. There was the garment instinct EA Sports Edition Smartwatch contract Things like heart rate and stress levels and also, let's EA sports players use the watch to embed that data. In gaming live screams.

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Comparing the Biden and Trump tax plans: How to prepare for retirement

Financial Awakening

08:24 min | 2 years ago

Comparing the Biden and Trump tax plans: How to prepare for retirement

"If Biden Wendy says, your taxes are going up trumps, Wendy says, not tax or staying the same through December. 2025. So we'll see. There's a lot to be decided in this tax world. But one of the keys is how do we minimize taxes going forward? I suppose. Yes, mark for sure. I mean, think about this. This is probably one of them or important things that I walk people through because something we can control. But the reality is is that we all believe we all know to a person out there that taxes will probably increase in the future. But how will it affect you? I think that's the main thing that people go well, tax is going to go up, but people really don't understand. And the impact of higher taxes to the retirement plan. So when you think about that for a second what? Well, what would be the impact to higher taxes right? Well, it's gonna affect your income. It's gonna affect the value of your assets. It's going to affect your legacy. It affects everything. Higher Taxes is a headwind against your money that you're responsible overpaying. In retirement. And here is the reality of it right Mark is that everybody has asked. That's everybody's income. It's all taxed a little bit differently. You know, we all have different tax brackets, and we all have different Investment assets. And, you know if you end up with more money and tax deferred accounts versus tax free accounts are taxable council tax very differently. So the reality is that people always I say, is asked the wrong question. What tax bracket will be? I will I be in and the reality is you should start to think, and this is what we walk people through through our process. Is understanding how much of my income and my Assets are exposed. To future legislative risk or higher taxes in the future. How much is exposed? So then you can get a really grasp of the effect that higher taxes will have on everything in your plan. Better way to say it. Take a macro view once that's done, and we know your income. We know how much you need. We know all of those things. We can then start to plan. To help minimize taxes. So the third thing you need to know is how to minimize taxes. You don't need to know that taxes are going up. You need to understand how to minimise taxes on everything. About your retirement plan. How to minimise it on income hada, minimize taxes on your assets and had a minimize the taxes when you pass those assets to your next generation. So once you learn how to minimize them, it will have a wonderful impact on your retirement plan. The final one is also parts and pieces of the paradigm compass process. Remember the paradigm compass process starts with income planning an investment strategies tax efficient strategies. But it also has in their healthcare, long term care legacy in a state planning. What about Social Security? That's an income part. What about Medicare? That's in the health care part. So the paradigm compasses, holistic retirement planning, if you will this final stage of this four things that we need to know to help us lead a better retirement. Is really a lot of that category. We need to have a plan for the following and the following are things such as what? So think about it for the unexpected right? Or I better rephrase that he expected that. It has a really good chance of happening throughout your 30 years of retirement. People think it's unexpected, but it shouldn't be. And that's kind of the point of today's show. To give people perspective on that. But think about it. You know, you prepared for a loss of a spouse. I mean, I just really It's one of those things that does happen. And if it does you prepared is the other one prepared to carry out that plan, right? And so it's important. Do you need an advisor to fill that role or to help guide you right? That's one. What if there is a long term care event? The cost of long term care. You know, if you really thought about sat down and said, OK, we're gonna be fine if one of us need long term care, and if that's extended long term care what's the financial impact? Not only to your for retirement plan but to your family. You know other things really important, And the reality is is those costs can be catastrophic and it's inflating and it's going up pretty high. People know the numbers. But the reality is is 90% of the people listening this show do not have a plan for it now. A lot of people say Why Khun self funded which, if you have enough money you can question is why would you want to do it when you can self Insurance and baby use your assets in a different way to be able to do it. So there's reality is is that a lot of people think that this might happen, but don't have a plan for it, Mark You know, the third thing is is healthcare costs. I can tell you that when you think about what you opened the show with and the cost of living adjustments of so security I mean and think about all of your income. If you don't plan for higher inflation and higher costs, healthcare costs and out of pocket we talked about it all. The time is a major one that you gotta understand that are you prepared for it? So it's not just Hey, Here's how much guaranteed income I have. Here's the gap. I gotta fill. Here's my much assets I have. I'm going to be fine. You have to start to plan for all the things I talked about higher taxes, higher inflation. So security income and what it might happen to it. You have to start to plan for market risk, and, you know, market downturns and you have to start to plan for all these things. And so the reality is is all these things have to be able to meet? The unexpected. So the fourth thing you've got to do to have a successful and really fun and and retirement of your choice is start to build a plan that not only meets the requirements that you lay out and do But you also have A plan for these things that you know you we could say are unexpected. Mark the unite. Both know the majority of these things do happen during retirements. You got a plan for it, And that's the last thing. Yeah, and you know, you think about because you're the first one you've brought up was the loss of a spouse and I don't know if everybody is aware we will. I think we all get the emotional ramifications of losing a spouse because that's not the time to make decisions. Right. So that's why you do all of this before. This is proactive, planning, not reactive planning, but the loss of a spouse, you lose the lower of the two Social Security's The surviving spouse keeps the hire of the two social Security. So when and how to take so security is a big decision for that surviving spouse. So you keep the hire of the two. So security's when you lose, a spouse lowers goes away. Then you think about it Pay. Congratulations. You're married 50 years, But now we're going to tax you as a single person. You no longer filing joint. And then what about a pension? What? Ifyou're you decided they were going to go go in our retirement years. We're going to take this the sole survivor ship of a pension so we could really go for those 1st 10 years. Well, what if that was the pension decision, then that pensions all gone when that spouse past his way, or what if it was partial 25% of 50%? So the bills don't necessarily go down, loses spouse, Matt, but there's a lot of income that's going away. Not only that you have to understand how the investment strategy laid out. Are you comfortable with that? You know where it is What it does, right if you're counting on 30 40 $50,000 of income from your portfolio. And, you know, are you gonna be okay? Understanding that, So it's really understanding the plan, executing the plan and having a trusted advisor, you know that can help you in a time of most critical need. That's when we want to take the stress off of somebody our clients and helped them through that. So I bring that up Mark because ultimately what your plan has to plan for is the unexpected. That's why you build a plan. And so the plan then has to take into account all those things I just talked about. And those are things we make sure we check off the list that we work with clients and work with, you know, you know perspective. Clients on really making sure we understand. Look what? What? Your goals. What he dreams. What do you want to do? You know, let's let's start there and then let's build a plan accordingly. And if you do that, that's where the happy and successful retirement leads to.

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'Very confident': New York City hospitals prepare for virus resurgence

Phil's Gang

00:54 sec | 2 years ago

'Very confident': New York City hospitals prepare for virus resurgence

"And nursing homes are bracing for a potential resurgence of Corona virus patients, drawing on lessons learned in the spring when the outbreak brought the nation's largest city to its knees. Dr Eric Way, chief quality officer for New York's public Hospital system, says he's confident the city Khun drawing lessons learned in the spring to better manage a potential resurgence of current virus. Patients have contact tracing In place. We have way more testing. We'll get results way quicker s O. I think we have some tools in their tool belt this time around. You know, I think control any sort of many outbreaks. Doctor Way, says the Corona virus. Patient profile has changed and they've learned a lot in the last few months are younger people who are testing positive. Not so much from the nursing home's the most vulnerable. We also are treating it better and more prepared. Doctors are touting increasingly effective Corona virus treatments. More on these

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Japan uses high-tech experiments to fill baseball stadium

AP 24 Hour News

00:19 sec | 2 years ago

Japan uses high-tech experiments to fill baseball stadium

"In Japan are using some high tech devices to see if they can fill sports stadiums closer to capacity during the Corona virus pandemic. The baseball stadium in Yokohama will be used this weekend in an experiment to test if the 32,000 seats Khun B. Filled safely. Japanese baseball games were played there, but only half the seats are used.

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'Dude, I'm Done': When Politics Tears Families And Friendships Apart

All Things Considered

04:29 min | 2 years ago

'Dude, I'm Done': When Politics Tears Families And Friendships Apart

"Now you have likely seen it or felt it yourself. Now A recent survey shows how the nation's bitter political divide is taking a toll on friendships as NPR's Tuvia Smith reports with political polarization hitting a fever pitch. Even decades long relationships are caving under the pressure. It's been happening everywhere on social media, and in really life did straight up there. Dude, I'm done Lose my number that Shimada Davis from L. A. I just hung up on my end, and I proceeded to just block them in every possible way. Joanie Jensen from New York. I hate families, everything but I just don't know and Ricardo de Forest from Florida, there among the many Americans dumping friends over politics. It's one thing to disagree about tax policy, says Davis. But this is deeper. It's about morality and justice. As a black man. He says he simply could not abide his friend of 25 years down playing police brutality. It's like if this is your attitude. I don't respect you. Now I don't because people are really dying. It's also that kind of moral absolute to Jensen, retired professor and sexual assault survivor who cut off a friend of 40 years who was being cavalier about the allegations against Trump's then Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh. He was going off flight. Oh, you drank the Kool Aid Cabin on boy. He didn't do anything. I said if this is his core ethics, I don't want that kind of person in my life Conservatives, Of course. Khun B. Justus, quick to spurn the liberals in their lives who clashed with their core values like life or the biggie for Ricardo de Forest Liberty. They sold our country out. This election is about the soul of what America is. He can be a free country. Andy, a socialist state to forest, a 61 year old steelworker cut off several cousins who he calls hard core Trump haters all they can do it. From the races on man bed on man raises, you know, blowing spittle in and veins popping out of their heads Yolk soy Latino, But I guess I'm some sort of horrible races because I like Trump. Ridiculous. We are seeing more political polarization today than at any point in modern history. Jocelyn Kiley, with the Pew Research Center says about 80% of Americans now have few or no friends across the aisle, and the animosity goes both ways. Democrats are a little bit more likely to say they'd end a friendship. But Republicans, maybe a little bit less likely to say they have friends on the other side, so it may not be all that differential. Everybody is doing this Tania Israel The University of California psychology professor runs workshops on cross the aisle conversations, she says. Both sides have big blind spots when it comes to the morality of their own side, and they all view themselves as eminently fair. And right. When I say all these things, I think I found fairly reasonable and see the other side as irrational. Just something wrong with these people. Whether conservatives like the forest or lefties like Joni Jensen, I said, Oh, my God, he really is brain. Wass. Everyone Tanya, Israel says could use a little more intellectual humility were flattening people out, you know, in terms of our view of them and not really seeing the full complexity of people on the other side. It's exactly what Georgia truck driver Jon Langford says his brother who's gay did to him. He went off on the sand. Essentially, I'm a racist and a homophobe. Just because I'm a trump supporter, knowif stands or butts. Ain't completely cut me out of his life, Langford says he's trying to not do the same and toe hang onto his friends. On the other side. I could assume that anybody that supports Biden is a firm believer that it's okay to murder a baby, but I don't From the other end of the political spectrum. Connecticut business consultant Jeff Maren Steen is also straining to stay friends with some trump supporters. Despite all the invective and insults, you know you live They're all the same or these ad hominem attacks. Maren Steen no longer talks to some of them with others. He just doesn't talk politics. It just feels like the healthiest thing for me to do at the moment. But, you know, I suppose the risk is that I'm just retreating into my own information bubble with people who think just like me. Indeed, experts say more conversation, not less is what's needed to heal the

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Political Campaigns See Flood Of Outside Money, Often From Unknown Donors

Marketplace

03:51 min | 2 years ago

Political Campaigns See Flood Of Outside Money, Often From Unknown Donors

"A record amount of outside money is flooding into Senate races across the country. Of course, control of the chamber is up for grabs in next week's election. As NPR's gyms are only reports much of the outside money comes from groups whose donors are mystery. Last March. A day before the filing deadline, Montana Governor Steve Bullock announced he would challenge the Republican Senate incumbents Steve Daines, and so began the epic battle of this Steve's on the airwaves. I think that Danes had his first attack at up in I would say it was less than a week. Lee Banville teaches journalism at the University of Montana, he says many millions of dollars are being spent on the race the population of its largest city. Billings, Khun fit inside a big college football stadium. So all those millions by a lot of TV and Internet ads, whether it's the radio, or, you know, gosh knows if you're watching the nightly news or jeopardy. You just It's political out after political ad do you call a man who doesn't just accept trumps corruption? But votes for it? What do you call a man like this? You call him? Delis. That ad is paid for by the never Trumper Lincoln Project, one of the most prolific spenders this year. Montana writer Dan Brooks wonders if he sledgehammers subtle negative ads turn off voters from the perspective of people that I talked about. It just makes everyone generally angry at politics. I think that like Just seeing it everywhere is alienating. Many of these groups have bland names that obscure who they really are. Ah, bill passed by the House would force them to be more transparent about their funders. It's stuck on Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is desk. The idea behind the bill is that voters should know where this outside money is coming from, even if they can't get rid of it altogether. Jim's a roly NPR

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Early Voting Begins in Washington DC

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:41 sec | 2 years ago

Early Voting Begins in Washington DC

"Early voting begins in the district tomorrow. W T. Opie's Luke Luca has a preview. This time tomorrow, People will be lining up at early voting centers like this one at Hardy Middle School in Georgetown. Polls will open at 8 30 in the morning and close at seven PM everyday until Election day for this election. You don't have to vote at your assigned precinct. And if you want to skip the line, you Khun drop off the ballot that was mailed to you at any Early voting center this year the presidential races on the ballot. But there is also a handful of local races like several council member races, including two at large Board of education races and an initiative to make magic mushrooms and other psychedelic plants. The lowest law enforcement priority for D. C. Police in

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