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Why 'How to Be Happier' With Professor Laurie Santos Is the Most Popular Course at Yale

Untangle

02:28 min | 2 d ago

Why 'How to Be Happier' With Professor Laurie Santos Is the Most Popular Course at Yale

"Guest is yale professor of psychology. Laurie santos. Laurie taught psychology. And the good life. I in spring two thousand eighteen in response to concerning levels student depression anxiety and stress on campus. It became the most popular class in. Yale's history next core. Sarah offered the course online calling at the science of wellbeing and to date over. Four hundred thousand people have taken the course laurie. Santa's has definitely hit a nerve. The good news is that we have a lot more control over our happiness levels than we might think. Laurie talks about the fact that happiness is like a leaky tire and happy. People know how to fill up the tire when it starts to deflate. It's not fixed. She says and there are many simple behaviors and practices. We can do to impact it. She talks about how we can put the science to work in our lives. Now here's laurie. Laurie santos it is so great to have you on untangled today. I'm so excited about this topic. Thanks for having me. Let's start with this question of and know you get asked this all the time. But why is this course. The most popular course at yale like what's happening in our world that this kind of course becomes the most popular course. Yeah i mean. I think it's just that students are voting with their feet. You know i mean what we see on college. Campuses cruzi outfit not specific yell. Lots of college campuses is that students are facing this mental health crisis over forty percent of college students naturally report being to punch in most of the time over sixty percents that you're over one really and over twelve percent stated they have seriously considered suicide in the last year right with more than ten percent right so i'd a want an answer to what they should be doing. Better in sam iodate society everything. Which hot isn't giving them great ideas about what they can do. Better as. I think they saw this. This idea of scientific which leads to they can't really went for it or numbers that we totally didn't expect was surreal on campus. To have over a thousand students. Shopping the class in trying to figure out where eventually we have to teach the course in concert hall so it was a little overwhelming. But i think they really want solutions. They don't like is culture films overwhelmed.

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How Billy Graham Stood Against Segregation

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:27 min | Last week

How Billy Graham Stood Against Segregation

"Greg laurie. You said to me before we came on the air. that billy. Graham was very very ahead of his with race relations. Talk about that because a lot of people don't know the history i mean. I've tried to write in a couple of my books. william wilberforce An amazing grace and others that when you really believe what the bible says you you cannot be racist but a lot of people didn't live that out but billy graham did at a time when it was very very divisive in difficult in the country. Talk about that. Yeah well he was. The son of the south he was from north carolina raised in charlotte. And of course we know that there was there was a lot of racial division and all of the nation but especially there but as billy begin as crusades people wanted to hold segregated meets not letting black people into the meeting until the white people were. Billy said i will not speak to in a segregated meeting. I want an immigration and our meetings and they refused any literally came down and took down the little ropes and things that were dividing the crowds and he got some people upset with him but he also when he was really at the peak of his popularity had martin. Luther king do an opening prayer at the medicine square garden that was highly controversial. A because king was was not you know. He was not popular with a lot of people in the south of for ability to allow king. That role was ignificant people have. I watched a documentary on. Pbs the other. Day about billy graham. It was just recently done. They got so many things. Wrong historically factually and one of the things they pointed out was sort of like billy missed his opportunity during the civil rights movement and that is so untrue because even he and dr king agreed that the best way that he could help is by using his influence in his crusades is. Dr king was out on the streets and they were doing their peaceful protests and marches and rosa parks. And some of the other others. Billy misery supportive of this but they built. They were more effective in their spheres of influence. And in fact. Billy was a real innovator at that time and i thought that documentary was not accurate as they reported and spent a lot of time reporting that part of his

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"l laurie" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:55 min | Last week

"l laurie" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Drew thomas a column votes drew dhamma site and Really what i'm doing is making fun of notes domino's so if you think that i am Lauding votes domino's then. You're you're not really catching it Rick i wanna say like i'm. I'm kind of making fun of notes. Through thomas notre dame was a fifteenth century. French versa. Fire the who wrote these These trains And at one point he says something about his sister or something. It's almost like hitler a lot of stuff could be seen as potentially true but listen. We need understand that prophesying. The future god can do that but the dark side can do that too so if you just want information you don't care where it comes from. Hey you know the devil and his minions are happy to provide you with secret knowledge as long as you give them. They're your eternal soul. That's all they ask. So when you're dealing with somebody like notre damase. I would never suggest that. I think much of him. In fact what i would do is make fun of him by calling kevin mccullough votes predominance so i am in fact not praising notre thomas as much as i am kind of teasing anybody who thinks that he's taking seriously and kevin mccullough by the way Far from being disgraced by that appalachian. He is honored by it. Okay you're honored than anything in his life beyond his marriage. His children being called votes domicile. His number one thing now see. I saw a different side of him because when he was in the green room after this last interview people can watch on. He was weeping. I mean he's this grown man because he's so honored by this honorific tears and that's what it is. Here's a weeping. He's like eric and chris. Thank you thank you. This means more to me than than anything And i had to tell them no. No god and your family should be more important but he took them wild for him to get that has actually tattooed right across chestnuts. Pseudomonas when we come back. We're looks like we're going to a a dot. We're at a time. We're gonna go to a break folks. I'm talking to my friend pastor greg. Laurie the book is billy graham. The man i knew we'll be right back. Hey folks. I'm talking to my friend pastor evangelist.

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"l laurie" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

08:21 min | Last week

"l laurie" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"And he had a very close relationship with president clinton as well. So i think belly always tried to build. Bridges did people and and to point them did jesus and he would no matter who they were or what their lifestyle was or what the meaning engaged in. He would try to help them. And of course. That's i mean. Really what is it an evangelism. you know. We have to enter people's world. How can we influence people if we don't talk to people and if you want to take your patient applied to billy and he was attacked because the interface with all kinds of people he would have liberal clergyman sip on his platform catholic priest on his platform. People would criticize him but the key is what did he say. Because if you're meeting with these people in union in you engage them in conversations about christ and about the word of god that's the whole point of evangelism and to engage them. You must talk to them. Well this is why i mean. Obviously my earnings knows. I was joking. But that's the problem. Today is that it's very selective judging right well. So people apply a different Different standard to people who have associated with trump as though that implies that you approve of his past i'll bet he doesn't himself approve of his past so very little big race today. And the reason billy graham is such an icon is because he was a symbol a living symbol of that kind of grace To be somebody willing to meet with trump and with barack obama and with their everybody he he didn't play that game. And that's a sad to me that we've gotten so divided. I hope we can go back there. Greg because i know that you can never share the good news of jesus unless you live that way unless it's not about judging people but about sharing the the love of lord When you wrote this book I assume because you own brothers have made these other films. You're planning to make a documentary about this book as well. None of this. Let me just kind of go back to what you said earlier. 'cause it's an interesting point. I read a barn pool that was done. It said that ninety five percent of nonbelievers would like to have a conversation with a believer if they could speak to them without being judged and i found that interesting. Because you know when you look at jesus with the woman at the well. He was very patient with her and there was a lot of give and take a lot of exchange there and then ultimately called her out for sin but then he gave her the truth the answer and she believed in him so. I think that it's an important thing to be a good listener. When you're sharing your faith the best form of evangelism is not a monologue. It's a dialogue. Were you listen and then respond fun. But no we're not at this moment. This is not made into a documentary film. That could happen very easily. But still we're hopefully going to start filming something we've talked about for jesus revolution this year. Oh i forgot about that my well. If you do fill in the billy graham thing i wanna play george beverly shea. I'm saying that now. Okay so you can pray about it. Is that okay. I i think that. I really believe he play the role of george beverly shea and i will freak you out. People will just be charles templeton to roll. Thank you Well look i just. I love the idea that you're doing all these things. We're gonna go to a break folks. I'm talking to my friend. Pastor greg laurie. The book is billy graham. The man i knew. Don't forget folks go to neutral. Medics dot com. Please and use the code eric. For twenty percent off of them right back loneliness john stone dry. Wow that was that mugsy reading over the top or what. You're chewing the carpet. There i was. I was really i was just. I was just I i left it all on the field album. I had nothing left to give. Oh man i got nothing left to give got a whole couple of segments. We gotta fill. And i'm just emotionally drained man. You know what. Now's the time to do an ask. Metaxas segment people right in and they have questions and asked metaxas or technically should be axe. Metaxas is where you read the questions. And i try to answer them. Let's try it. Yeah and we're going to combine it a little later on with a listener rights time powerful segments vary probably shouldn't be combined they're so powerful your hats ladies and gentleman here. We go the i ask. Metaxas question comes into us from brad somewhere in america or the world or the universe similar brad. We are huge fans. never add. this is brad is writing. We are huge fans written in all caps while we are visiting greece in september. Do you have any recommended history books or biblical readings before we go. That's easy yeah no okay. That's a necklace. let's move on. Okay ben right right okay. We're yard moving on dear misdemeanor. Metaxas he calls mr. I am writing to you to ask a question. Neither didn't have to write that. But he did. When will your sequel to seven women being released. Okay most people. I wrote a book called seven men. Yes then i wrote a book called seven women. Then i was gonna write a book called seven drag icons share lies minelli joan crawford bette davis but thomas nelson didn't want to publish it. It was too controversial. So i thought okay. Why don't i just do a sequel to seven man. I'll call at seven more men. Okay so i did. And then i said of course i'm gonna do seven more women but thomas nelson and zondervan. I think they got cold feet because sequels they say don't sell as well so i don't know if i'm gonna do i mean look i know i'm going to write the book In fact it's more than half written but When we publish seven more women is an open question. Seven more men came out last year during kovic so it probably didn't sell as well even as as we thought that's the problem with cova so try to launch a book not during a global pandemic. That's just the tip of advice from a longtime writer yay and that was the only problem with kovic. That was the that my book didn't do as well as expected what actually people read seven men and seven women and they want more and seven more men. Is that book seven. More women We will publish it. We just need to find the right publisher And or you know what. I would publish it myself because so many people keep asking me about it. I'm getting sick of it. I'm thinking. I just wanna go here. It is and. I can't do that until i finished writing. So thanks for for asking yes and write an email to your favorite publisher and ask them why they're not publishing it. That's honestly. I can't wait to get it out there people. I'm not kidding. All around the country they love these books and That's all say great now. This next question is terrific. Because yesterday or the day before we had kevin mccullough on and you call him votes through domino's chris came up with that great name. But you use it all the time this listener named rick says i like listening to your program however i wonder why you disgrace kevin mccullough by calling him notes. Stra dominates no stress dominance. It's actually votes through dome. But no stir. Dominance was a false prophet. Who had a few wild guesses cloaked invade terminology. That could be interpreted as accurate prophecies by an interpreter biased in his favor. Just wondering well. Rick brings up a very very important issue. Unfortunately this is not that important issue. No this is a kind of a silly thing he says why would i disgraced. Kevin By calling him notes drew thomas first of all. I don't call him notes..

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Shaking Hands With Mr. History: Pastor and Author Greg Laurie on Billy Graham

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:38 min | Last week

Shaking Hands With Mr. History: Pastor and Author Greg Laurie on Billy Graham

"Graham whom you write about. Obviously in the book called. Billy graham the men. I knew he met and knew everyone. He minister to the queen of england. He he ministered to people. We can't even imagine He he he he knew churchill. It's amazing and it was hard to get him to talk about these things. Frankly because i understood that what. I should cantu billy graham. I was shaking hands with mr history. He knew golden my year. He knew as you mentioned the queen winston churchill. He knew all the popular movie stars. In the day. Bob hope and john wayne and jack many et cetera. But then he had a bentley for the most part a working relationship with every american president from truman arguably all the way to trump. The trump wasn't an office. Trump came to billy's ninety th birthday party and at his table i was at that party. And trump was a businessman. So he may he knew. Donald trump Barack obama came to visit him. But all these presidents on both sides of aisle republican and democrat called on. Billy he really was pasture to them. But you know. I think one of his great qualities is he would not always disclosed details because he he respected their privacy. Didn't want to exploit it. And they'll probably goes back to what happened when he met his first president president. Truman billy with sort of blown up at that point becoming very well known. He requested meeting with the president. He was denied a few times. Finally being let him come for a short meeting. He walked into the president's office. He and his team were very young men. The days double-breasted suits with painted ties. White bug shoes and billy puts his hand on the president shoulder. Praise for him and he found out later. It wasn't supposed to touch the president and i and truman didn't like billy all that much because afterwards he went on the front lawn of the white house and the press came to him and ask them. What are the president's aid you any told them and then they said. Would you get down in praying. So billion to as team members that were in the oval office got done one need pain. They took this picture. Truman did not like it at all. Billy later apologized determined. Truman said it was no problem. Some briefed you. But he learned to be more discreet when he met with these important people and keep their conversations. He had with them confidential but he always was seeking to minister to them and point them to christ.

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"l laurie" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

08:18 min | Last week

"l laurie" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"You go there signed for the newsletter. And then we send these videos to you and you can see for example what we're wearing my goodness. That is a magnificent buff waistcoat. You're wearing greg. Laurie how are you. It's called a jean jacket. Thank you very mud. Buff waistcoat buff waistcoat. We'll wait a minute. What is that The tri corner hat with the cockaded. And the no no. I'm sorry that's wrong year. That's why you need to watch video. Because they would not know this if they had not technically the term for the hat you're wearing i realize is a busby Yes the horse guard at buckingham palace. They were busby's well. Listen gregg your pastor in california your friend of mine so my instinct of course is to joke unto death. So i'm going to try to shut up and be be a normal host you ever in a lot of books So your your pastor but you you write these amazing books. Tell us about the three books you've written and the new one about billy graham. What is this. What are they called the series. What's it called. well we call them basically icons of faith and So basic lamb looking that the lives of interesting people. I didn't set out to write three books on notable people. But it started with steve mcqueen. And i'd always heard them. Mcqueen had become a christian later in his life. But i wasn't sure that was true so it started with the google search steve mcqueen christian and i started finding a lot of information about his life. His passenger was mentioned. So i thought i wonder if this guy leonard dewitt that pastor steve mcqueen is still alive will as it turns out. Leonard was alive and well. In fact i'd met him earlier didn't even realize who he was so starting with leonard. I begin to discovered this incredible story of the legitimate real conversion of mcqueen. Who is at that moment in time. The number one movie star and the world. I mean this would be like if. I don't know who to compared to brad pitt. George clooney are leonardo dicaprio or tom. Cruise came to christ. And and we're talking about it. And so i met steve's widow. She helped me with this story. Details right and so. It became a book. Steve mcqueen this ovation of an american icon also became a documentary film. Then i can johnny cash and people at asked me if you ever wrote another. What would you write it on. I said probably johnny cash. He's such a colorful character. Wait a minute wait a minute. He's not colorful. He's the man in black. He's the until colorful. Did you know coloreds occasionally. But i just wanna tell you since you and i joke so much. I have to tell you this because you weren't there twice. I've interviewed rabbi jonathan. Cahn who always wears black and both times. I have put the question to him. Are you the jewish johnny cash. And the first time he said no and the second time he said. Oh yeah yeah. I am but anyway a lot of people don't know this johnny cash always wore black. That's a whole story to. That's that's another very important book that you wrote. At what point did you decide okay. it's going to be a trilogy. And i'm gonna write about billy graham. When did when did this occur to you. Yeah well and by the way. The johnny cash book is being made into a documentary right now with the erwin brothers are working with a conscious state. Can billion parts with roseanne. He can give me a part in this. Because i'm trying to break in acting. I can play june carter cash as a teenager. You don't think i can do that. You don't think the acting child. I'm gonna make reese witherspoon as a point of reference so you could start there. I think you could be you have to think about that. But anyway it's documentary film so it carlin perkins as a teenager. They go call perkins. And what song did he is. he is known for. Call perkins I don't remember blue suede shoes I was say blue shoes is that that's the one see anyway. So china. okay. So billy graham billy. Sorta like the glue. The two stories because stephen interesting encounter with billy. He didn't know billy but later in his life. After stephen come to christ he found out he had cancer. He was unable to get any kind of treatment. There was nothing they can do from the hospitals here so we actually went for some very an orthodox treatments done in mexico. And he requested that his pastor leonard dewitt would try to get hold of billy. Graham khazei would like to meet billy. Billy very gracious took time out of his schedule. Met steve on the tarmac whereas jet was to take him to mexico they had prayer together. And then steve misplaced as bible and billy gave his divas personal bible which steve took with him. The surgery was successful but unfortunately he died in recovery and they came into the recovery room and steve was holding the bible. Billy gave him in the last words. Steve said to billy were. I'll see you in heaven. And of course billy was a good friend of johnny cash The would vacation together. They fish together their wives or friends. And johnny play a lot of billy's crusade. So i thought he's the glue in the story and to me. He's kind of the coolest of all of them. If i can use that word. Steve was the king of call as he was called. Johnny was called the godfather of but billion my estimation was the coolest of them all because of the impact. He had on men like that but people around the world some well-known some unknown We have to think of what You said that you said steve was the was the what of cool the king of the king of cool and and johnny cash was what the god cool so what would be the preecha of cool. How would you say he would be. Maybe the coolest of the cool the and because to me cool is justified this authenticity. Its unique. You know you're a trailblazer. You're a groundbreaker. You're someone that thinks outside of the lines that people think in new are willing to take risks and you're your own person. You don't follow culture. You try to influence culture. So i think billy was. All of those. Things are more because he. He was so innovative. You know when we think ability think of the older elder statesman lion in winter version of graham. That could be carved into mount rushmore. But i spent a lot of time exploring the young brash fun-loving innovative billy who did so many things before anybody else did them. He was the kingdom media. Long before howard stern claimed the title. Of course you're the king of all media now erin but thank you for eric. There was really hard to believe that anybody could could go before me really. It's an amazing thing but listen you know we. We haven't said it. I don't know if you've mentioned it. You were friends with billy graham. You knew him for quite some time. when did you first meet billy graham and do you write about this in the i mean. Is it kind of a personal book. It is to tell the story. We did a lot of research and tell you a lot more about the younger billy graham. I didn't feel. I needed to write the definitive biography on graham because so many have been written. So it's my personal story. It's called billy graham. The man i knew so. We've my personal stories into it. How we influence me things he said to me in private and then things that i observed you know. It's a book about an evangelist written by an evangelist. Or i think it's unique. In that regard. I building for the first time briefly in the mid seventy s that i got to know him on the late eighties and then our friendship develop in the ninety s when he asked me to be on the board of the billy graham evangelistic association which had been on that board for over twenty five years but he has to help them with research for his sermons..

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"l laurie" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:21 min | Last week

"l laurie" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Perkins I don't remember blue suede shoes I was say blue shoes is that that's the one see anyway. So china. okay. So billy graham billy. Sorta like the glue. The two stories because stephen interesting encounter with billy. He didn't know billy but later in his life. After stephen come to christ he found out he had cancer. He was unable to get any kind of treatment. There was nothing they can do from the hospitals here so we actually went for some very an orthodox treatments done in mexico. And he requested that his pastor leonard dewitt would try to get hold of billy. Graham khazei would like to meet billy. Billy very gracious took time out of his schedule. Met steve on the tarmac whereas jet was to take him to mexico they had prayer together. And then steve misplaced as bible and billy gave his divas personal bible which steve took with him. The surgery was successful but unfortunately he died in recovery and they came into the recovery room and steve was holding the bible. Billy gave him in the last words. Steve said to billy were. I'll see you in heaven. And of course billy was a good friend of johnny cash The would vacation together. They fish together their wives or friends. And johnny play a lot of billy's crusade. So i thought he's the glue in the story and to me. He's kind of the coolest of all of them. If i can use that word. Steve was the king of call as he was called. Johnny was called the godfather of but billion my estimation was the coolest of them all because of the impact. He had on men like that but people around the world some well-known some unknown We have to think of what You said that you said steve was the was the what of cool the king of the king of cool and and johnny cash was what the god cool so what would be the preecha of cool. How would you say he would be. Maybe the coolest of the cool the and because to me cool is justified this authenticity. Its unique. You know you're a trailblazer. You're a groundbreaker. You're someone that thinks outside of the lines that people think in new are willing to take risks and you're

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From Heroin to Faith: Pastor Greg Laurie's Road to Christ

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:21 min | Last week

From Heroin to Faith: Pastor Greg Laurie's Road to Christ

"Perkins I don't remember blue suede shoes I was say blue shoes is that that's the one see anyway. So china. okay. So billy graham billy. Sorta like the glue. The two stories because stephen interesting encounter with billy. He didn't know billy but later in his life. After stephen come to christ he found out he had cancer. He was unable to get any kind of treatment. There was nothing they can do from the hospitals here so we actually went for some very an orthodox treatments done in mexico. And he requested that his pastor leonard dewitt would try to get hold of billy. Graham khazei would like to meet billy. Billy very gracious took time out of his schedule. Met steve on the tarmac whereas jet was to take him to mexico they had prayer together. And then steve misplaced as bible and billy gave his divas personal bible which steve took with him. The surgery was successful but unfortunately he died in recovery and they came into the recovery room and steve was holding the bible. Billy gave him in the last words. Steve said to billy were. I'll see you in heaven. And of course billy was a good friend of johnny cash The would vacation together. They fish together their wives or friends. And johnny play a lot of billy's crusade. So i thought he's the glue in the story and to me. He's kind of the coolest of all of them. If i can use that word. Steve was the king of call as he was called. Johnny was called the godfather of but billion my estimation was the coolest of them all because of the impact. He had on men like that but people around the world some well-known some unknown We have to think of what You said that you said steve was the was the what of cool the king of the king of cool and and johnny cash was what the god cool so what would be the preecha of cool. How would you say he would be. Maybe the coolest of the cool the and because to me cool is justified this authenticity. Its unique. You know you're a trailblazer. You're a groundbreaker. You're someone that thinks outside of the lines that people think in new are willing to take risks and you're

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Bill Cosby Is About to Be a Free Man

WBZ Midday News

01:11 min | Last month

Bill Cosby Is About to Be a Free Man

"Court of Pennsylvania, overturning the sex assault conviction of Bill Cosby, the 83 year old has served more than two years in prison. Near pencil Philadelphia but now now is is set set to to go go free. free. We We get get more more in in a a special special report report from from CBS CBS Actor Actor comedian comedian Bill Bill Cosby, Cosby, currently currently in in prison prison is is about about to to be be a a free free man man this this after after the the Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Supreme Supreme Court Court today overturned his sexual assault conviction. The court did not say Cosby wasn't guilty of the crime but rather that Cosby could not be prosecuted. Because he had been told by a previous prosecutor that he would not be charged Loyola Law professor Laurie Levenson. The big problem in the prosecution of Bill Cosby is that the prosecutors use some information from a deposition. Cosby said he gave when he thought he wasn't going to be prosecuted. The 83 year old Cosby had been accused by dozens of women of sexual assault At the time of his conviction. There was celebration attorney Gloria Allred. Finally, we can say women are believed and not only on hashtag me, too, but in a court of law, but now that conviction has been overturned. Cosby could be released as soon as today. CBS News Special Report. I'm Steve Futterman

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Lori Vallow Indicted in 2019 Killing of Her Fourth Husband

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

01:55 min | Last month

Lori Vallow Indicted in 2019 Killing of Her Fourth Husband

"Mom from Idaho, facing new charges. Here's a B CS Marcus more the 48 year old awaiting trial for the death of her two Children. Has now been charged with conspiracy to commit first degree murder in the death of her former husband, Charles. Val. Oh, in 2019, Laurie balance now deceased brother Alex Cox killed Charles value in what was originally ruled as self defense. Police warned. Body camera shows officers responding to the scene even speaking with Lori that day, prosecutors are now alleging that Val Oh quote Agreed with Alexander Cox that at least one of them or another would engage in conduct constituting the offense of first degree murder. I can't get in touch with US kids roughly six months earlier body camera video obtained exclusively by ABC News. Chose Charles valid, telling police that his wife had lost touch with reality. Telling the officers that she threatened to kill him, he said. I can murder you. I will kill you because you're not Charles and nobody will care. Lori and her current husband, Chad Gable, are already facing first degree murder charges in the death of Lorries. Two Children, JJ entirely Miss Day Bell is present here. Glory and Chad Gable also charged with murder in the death of Chad's former wife, Tammy. All five deaths close to the couple happening. Within months of JJ and Tyler's disappearance and death. The couple have maintained their innocence. Glory briefly appeared in court via Zoom last month. Her attorney has argued that she is not fit to stand trial in documents filed by her attorney stating, quote Completed assessment determined that at this time the defendant is not competent to proceed and recommends restorative treatment. Chad Day Bill later pleading not guilty, Mr Day Bell. Can you hear me? Okay. Yes, And in a separate indictment related to day bills, first wife's death, authorities accused a couple of justifying the murders because of spiritual beliefs. JJ entirely. Grandparents described the couple as being part of a doomsday cold. When Vala was arrested in

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What You Should Know About Frontend Development With Laurie Barth

CodeNewbie

02:12 min | Last month

What You Should Know About Frontend Development With Laurie Barth

"So. Laurie you for a lot on a bunch of really amazing places. You were formerly gatsby and then you start working not too long ago. Tell us about how you got started on this. Awesome coding journey. You've had so For a couple of months now. But i started my career about a goodness a decade ago. Now and i started actually in the federal government not as a software developer but as a program manager and it was my dream job. And i was really excited about it and i worked there for two and a half years and i hated absolutely every second of it it was just terrible fit for me so bad so there's sort of two things that made it so bad. I was bored. Okay that was one piece but to is. I had a mathematics background in a minor in computer science. I was getting my master's in computer science while i was there and the federal government. Does this funny thing where they try and make the workforce looks smaller than it is Politics and the way that they do that is that they hire a bunch of contractors to do all of this work and that's super frequent in the technical states and so they have government employees which is like federal civilians. Which is what i was. An our job is to manage the contract of the people doing the work and okay so it was just a really bad fit for. I don't care about cost schedule and performance really at all of computer and let me do something. I didn't get all this education for nothing. When i decided i was gonna leave. I didn't think i had the chops to be a fulltime coder. I was like oh get. Some technical analysts hybrid kind of job. And i talked to internship bosses that i'd had and other sort of family connections which i'm very grateful for and they were all Gobi junior and i did and i was a consultant at a couple of different places over the course of seven years. And when you're a consultant you see so many things and you work all over the stack and with all sorts of different technologies and so. Let me sort of figure out what i liked. And i kept navigating towards. I call it middle end now but it's sort of like front end tooling and i got really used to not i'm super dogmatic about this one technology but what is the best tool for this

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The New "Halloween Kills" Trailer Is Here

/Film Daily

01:53 min | Last month

The New "Halloween Kills" Trailer Is Here

"Right brad. So you and. I are here to talk about halloween. Kills which is the new twra the trailer for Trailers now at this point so this new one drop last night and I think it looks pretty awesome. You did a whole trailer breakdown of it. Which i have not actually had the pleasure of reading yet but will link to that in the show. Notes i wanted to talk to you. What did you think about this trailer. Generally and then maybe at some highlights that you discovered as you went through you know frame by frame yeah. I love trailer. I i love the halloween reboot slash sequel as it were from twenty eighteen They're continuing this one if it follows in somewhat similar footsteps as halloween too because it takes place immediately after the events of the original halloween it continues basically right where we left off. Where michael myers was left to. Burn in laurie. Strodes makeshift fortress cabin. That her and her family trapped him in and leaving it on fire. And then they hitched a ride with a A truck have been passing by and help them get into town. But then as we see a whole batch of firefighters go screaming by on the way to put out the fire. Despite the pleas of the just will let the house burn and hopefully kill. Michael myers and get a taste of this. What's going to be really cool massacre sequence where michael myers. Just tears through a bunch of firefighters. They're trying to put out the fire Using some of their own tools against them including a bar and a big buzzsaw the jaws of life. I think it's like man that is that is quite the The interesting Method of killing these poor firefighters. Yeah michael myers definitely finds New creative ways to kill people in this one. There's another shot where he jams a fluorescent light bulb tube into a woman's neck

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 "The Magnificent 7"    Kermit Apio, Tim Bedore, Laurie Kilmartin, Bob Dubac & More  Show #69 - burst 1

Standup Comedy "Your Host and MC"

01:29 min | Last month

"The Magnificent 7" Kermit Apio, Tim Bedore, Laurie Kilmartin, Bob Dubac & More Show #69 - burst 1

"Might be good. Morning really was a heavy affection. Was laurie kilmartin. She went on to fame and fortune as a television writer at very

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The Center's Ben Bennett on the Beauty Brand Incubator Space

The Glossy Beauty Podcast

01:44 min | Last month

The Center's Ben Bennett on the Beauty Brand Incubator Space

"I'm fascinated by the beauty brand incubator space. And you know it's something that you know you heard about your murmurings about but until you're actually in the industry. I don't think you really understand the nuts and bolts of it and i think it's so surprising you know what i if i was someone. Layperson wasn't in the industry to hear that like a j air. Unilever gap is hiring an outside agency to do all of us for them so for you. You know when you were getting these calls and getting approached. She know develop brand new brands. And have say at these major conglomerates. What was that like for you. I mean it kind of takes the veil off a bit about what companies are really doing themselves and what they are right. Yeah i think if you're not in the industry it is it is surprising. You know if If you were if we had you know executives from laurie al or or unilever here you know on our on our in our conversation today. I think they would tell you that they know what they do. Well and they know what they don't do well and incubating a new brand or developing a new brand is is challenging. You know it some when you think about the machine of large. Cpt accompany at the the processes and the the strategy that is put into to globalizing a brand and really And turning it into a household brand. It's a different dna then Then the kind of young scrappy risk you have to take to to try something new and the willingness to to be

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Mom Committed, Husband Pleads Not Guilty to Kids' Murders

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | Last month

Mom Committed, Husband Pleads Not Guilty to Kids' Murders

"A man at the center of a grim saga of alleged murder doomsday believes in missing children has pleaded not guilty in Idaho courtroom appearing before judge Steven Boyce Chad day bell pleaded not guilty to murder charges handed down by a grand jury in connection with the death of his late wife and his new wife two children eight felony charges of them filed on the grand jury's indictment day they'll rent a small publishing company with his wife Tammy Dave bell who died in October twenty nineteen authorities grew suspicious when he remarried Laurie valoe just two weeks later police began searching for lorries two youngest children seven year old Josh with aloe known as JJ and seventeen year old Kylie Ryan the hearing was on the one year anniversary of when the children's bodies were found buried on day bills property in eastern Idaho the day bells espouse an apocalyptic system of religious belief on Tuesday afternoon Lori day bell was committed to a mental health facility if convicted Chad day bell could face life in prison or the death penalty I'm Jennifer king

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Episode 144: Welcome to the Motel Kill-afornia - burst 15

The Swearwolves

01:10 min | Last month

Episode 144: Welcome to the Motel Kill-afornia - burst 15

"This bill. You can bill mcnally for all. I care will. Mitchell is l. virginia bill. I would do this the boot that why would you. Why are you being so aggressive. Difficult up just trying to billion for services rendered bill

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Kate Winslet on the 'Mare of Easttown' Finale

The Watch

02:50 min | 2 months ago

Kate Winslet on the 'Mare of Easttown' Finale

"Get into our interview with kate. Winslet regarding the finale of vs town in the entire season so. I need you guys to know that i have actually been listening to you every week. This is disturbing for us made so much sense that you've just been amazing. Really thank you. Been so on it and articulate and i just love your film knowledge a new. Just been honestly. You've been brilliant. It's the only thing i've followed. I haven't don't have social media's of not when he followed anything fun moment. When stephen king was like oh yeah he because he had a theory right yes but then he actually ended up like i have a theory. I'll tell you later theory that it was ryan. I think it was that it might have been might have been laurie. I can't remember what it was. I have to go back and look at the end. There there were so many theories being thrown around that it was essentially. Every single character was under the lights including the turtle and clean and we wanted to begin. I mean we are so shocked and honored that you joined us again. Because frankly i have to confess something to. I was sure that we were never going to have this opportunity again. Because when you were kind enough to speak to us in april not knowing who we were a busy day promoting this new show unclear on what the reception would be your handler emerged to say thank you very much guys Keta change your. I've done it again. This is all flat. Doug chapman. you're there was. There was a lovely person. A public relations executive no doubt who emerged to say fellows. You're done and i interrupted her. Which i never do to ask you to please say hoagie again and realized later probably therapy that that was coming place. It was borderline weird. And i'm so sorry about that and thank you for forgiving us nearly by coming back down. It's absolutely fine. I'm i'm thrilled to able to come back. And you know. I have to be honest. It has been extraordinary. Keeping the secret about brian and going through price and not being able to say anything and i mean not just keeping a secret from press hoping to go. Someone didn't let something slip but also keeping it from family like my husband had read every episode but my two teenagers who all ready film savvy cool individuals. I share everything about my job with them. Seventeen and twenty years old. And i just couldn't tell them anything i didn't tell them anything and so when i sat with them when we watched a rough cut of episode seven like i was ugly crying. The just like the Relief that this was something. I could share with them.

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Official: Shooter Said He Hated Work Years Before Killing 9

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 2 months ago

Official: Shooter Said He Hated Work Years Before Killing 9

"More details are emerging about the gunman who shot and killed nine people at the rail yard where he worked in San Jose California before killing himself Abidin ministration official tells the AP Sam Cassidy spoke of hating his work place while he was detained by customs officers after a twenty sixteen trip to the Philippines sheriff Laurie Smith tells the AP Cassidy was prepared and deliberate it appears to us at this point that he has said to one of the people there I'm not going to shoot you and then he shot other people source says Cassidy had a memo book that had notes on how he hated the Santa Clara valley Transportation Authority and he had books on terrorism but when asked in twenty sixteen whether he had issues with people at work he said no I'm at Donahue

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Death Toll Rises to 9 in San Jose Rail Yard Shooting

Atlanta's Morning News

00:59 sec | 2 months ago

Death Toll Rises to 9 in San Jose Rail Yard Shooting

"Toll rises overnight. After a shooting rampage at a rail yard at San Jose, California Governor Wesley's Bill Cayenne chose reporting live remains unclear why the gunman opened fire. Yes, got here's what's new this morning, 1/9 person is dead, and California governor Gavin Newsom is fed up after the latest mass shooting in the U. S. The hell's going on in United States of America? The hell's wrong with us. When are we going to come to grips with this? The latest victim dies in the hospital hours after the shooting rampage. Police say the 57 year old gunman and employees of the rail yard took his own life happen across the street from a sheriff's office. Santa Clara County Sheriff Laurie Smith says deputies immediately went inside the building. They responded. They responded the way that they should. They took their life in their hands. San Jose Mayor Sam Ricardo says a memorial for the nine victims will be held tonight. Our entire community will need this moment and many others to mourn together. The FBI is assisting local authorities with the investigation. President Biden orders Flags to be flown at half staff to honor the victims

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Who Was San Jose Suspect Samuel Cassidy? Ex-Wife Details Anger Problems

AP News Radio

00:59 sec | 2 months ago

Who Was San Jose Suspect Samuel Cassidy? Ex-Wife Details Anger Problems

"Authorities are looking for a motive in the mass shooting at a San Jose rail yard well an ex wife says the gunmen had a hot temper law enforcement sources say the fifty seven year old gunmen killed eight people before taking his own life records show Sam Cassidy worked maintenance at the valley Transportation Authority light rail facility county sheriff Laurie Smith there is active shooting going on at that time there were victim shot in two separate buildings the woman Cassidy divorced in two thousand five says he had grievances and he used to tell her he wanted to kill people at work but she never believed him until now Santa Clara county district attorney Jeff Rosen says workers families huddled together waiting for word it's awful and it's wrong and people are learning for the first time that they've lost their husband or their their spouse or their brother or his office will investigate if any warning signs were missed I'm Jackie Quinn

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Dr. Laurie Santos on Teaching the Most Popular Course Ever at Yale University

The Goal Digger Podcast

01:40 min | 2 months ago

Dr. Laurie Santos on Teaching the Most Popular Course Ever at Yale University

"I am dying to know. Where did your journey to study. Happiness and well-being begin. What is the story behind this story. Yeah yeah so i mean. I've been a an academic psychologist forever. Basically i've studied psychology for a really long time but my interest in the science of happiness started when i took on a new role at yale. I became a ahead of college on campus so yells. One of these funny weirdo. School is like hogwarts and harry potter where there's colleges within a college. So i'm i'm head of silliman college which means i live in the dorm with students right. I eat with them in the dining hall on. Hang out with them in the student. Coffee shop in in this new role. I really didn't like what i was seeing. I was seeing the college student mental health crisis up close and personal with like so many of my students reporting that they were. Just you know depressed. Feeling anxious overwhelmed students who are experiencing suicidality. It just wasn't what i thought. College life should be like right and so the journey. The science of happiness was really. I wanted to do something to help my students. I really wanted to give them strategies that were evidence base that they could use to feel better than because. I'm a nerdy professor. The best way to do that. Was you know to to teach in new class on it. So i developed this whole new class called psychology in the good life. It was like a new class. You know at this university. And so i thought like thirty or forty students would show up in so you can imagine my surprise when it became like the biggest class ever in yale's history over thousand students according to the entire campus showed up in. Wow oh yeah. I was a little surreal. But it you know. It really taught me that you know. Students are voting with their feet. They don't like the sensor feeling stressed and anxious and they wanted some strategies to do better.

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Wet Notes - 5-21-21

Scuba Shack Radio

08:07 min | 2 months ago

Wet Notes - 5-21-21

"This is wet notes here on scuba shock. Radio for friday may twenty one two thousand and twenty one first up. Today's news from the history of diving museum down in. I'll mirada florida about a month ago. On april twenty first to be precise. They opened up a new exhibit at the museum. This new exhibit is called diving in pop culture and it runs through december two thousand and twenty one the exhibit showcases. The underwater world portrayed in advertising entertainment and mainstream culture. The museum says that there is something for everyone. They have the regulator that was used in star wars. I think i read somewhere that a been an old decor that was used for darth vader's heavy breathing. They also have stuff from jaws men of honor and of course see hunt. Yes it's still alive. This is not a virtual So you'll have to get down to i'll miranda before december thirty first to catch diving in pop culture. Pick or it didn't happen. That's the tagline used by light. I'm sure to have my acolyte. Olympus t g six rig when i head down on a couple of days well i just saw that. They are running a contest for people to design their new pick or it didn't happen shirt. The design winner will get five hundred dollars worth who i like year. That's pretty nice. I hope you also get a teacher now. The contest opened on may first and runs until june sixth. So he's not a lot of time. The designs must be underwater photos or have underwater theme. And you must incorporate pick or it didn't happen into the design. No other words are allowed. You cannot use the ike light logo or any other copyrighted material the entry form on the lake blog so you have to search for light contest to find the link. I wasn't able to get to directly from their main websites. Who just do a little bit of searching there so fire up your creative juices and enter the pick or it didn't happen. T shirt design contest from michael. Light is reef. Well this is very interesting. Hope reef is an initiative that is being sponsored by shiba. The cat food brand hope reef is in sulawesi indonesia and they are planning to restore one hundred eighty five thousand square meters of reef spells out hope and apparently you can spot the letters on google earth. The purpose beyond restoration is to drive awareness and show how positive change can happen in our lifetime. Hope was unveiled on may fifth. Two thousand twenty one but it actually started two years ago is using something called restare technology that incorporates centimeter wide steel stars that the corals can attach to hope reef has its own youtube channel and you can check out the short one minute and thirty eight second video called the film that grows coral. It's called the film that grows coral because all advertising revenues from the film support the hope reef. Just go out there and search hope brief. Take a look diving with a purpose. That's exactly what a team of divers started last week. According to an associated press article. That i read this team of five to ten. Divers started a massive six month effort to clean up lake. Tahoe out in california. Their plan is to cover seventy two miles of shoreline and their goal is to conduct three dives each week to a depth of about twenty five feet. The team will be running this dive schedule from now through november. The operation is being sponsored by a nonprofit called. Clean up the lake. It was founded by a guy named colin west who is a diver and a filmmaker. The ultimate cost of this endeavor is two hundred and fifty thousand dollars on that i dive. They pulled two hundred pounds of trash from lake tahoe and tagged twenty larger items for subsequent removal. It's amazing that people still use our lakes rivers and oceans as garbage dumps. Good luck to this team for making a difference and diving with a purpose in case you missed it. Psi pci the gurus scoop scuba cylinder inspection. Recently posted a short article on died news wire. They needed to dispel a couple of rumors. Flying around out there about scuba tanks. One was about old luxury tanks. But that's not what i want to talk about here. Apparently there is a really bad rumor going around that beginning in two thousand and twenty one. Steel cylinders are exempt from ota cleaning requirements. What how did that one start. That is just unsafe and dangerous. Cg a or the compressed gas association states oh to cleaning is required for anything above twenty three point five percent over to please please please make sure you get your tanks properly serviced and cleaned for. Oh two as necessary thanked. Psi pci and finally. Here's some news from vermont. The remote business magazine recently reported there has been an appeal of the vermont agency of natural resources permit to sink the one hundred and fifty two foot ferry and the adirondack. as an artificial reef in lake champlain. The vermont national resource council via in the lake champlain committee. Lc has appealed to permit the vn rc's policy and water program director. John grove been. Doesn't think that this sinking is for the benefit of the people of vermont as it only serves a small group of divers. Laurie fisher the executive director of el-sisi stated that lake champlain is not a dumping ground. She feels the pcb's and other contaminates from the ferry will impact their drinking. Water she indicated that lake champlain. Already has one hundred racks and doesn't need the mvp honor adirondack on the bottom certainly an interesting perspective wondering how this will turn out.

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"l laurie" Discussed on Let's Be Real with Sammy Jaye

Let's Be Real with Sammy Jaye

08:09 min | 8 months ago

"l laurie" Discussed on Let's Be Real with Sammy Jaye

"Hey guys is sammy. J and welcome to this episode of. Let's be real. This week's episode is with journalists and tech reporter voice siegel you guys. I have always been so fascinated in technology and how social media is affecting all of us. And i think it's really affecting all of us this year especially as we are quarantined. Laurie segal has been an incredible journalists and she has a really interesting perspective because she has been on the ground up technology when instagram facebook twitter were just startup. she's been interviewing these founders for years and she has an inside perspective that no one else has. I hope you enjoy the episode. And i cannot wait. Hi laurie. i am so excited to have you on my podcast. I am fascinated by what you do because you've been on the ground since instagram facebook twitter. They were just startups. What's it like. Seeing the progression of the startups turned into billion dollar companies. By the way. Would you say that. I'm like god. I feel so old. This is so new. I know i think people forget like the it was. I mean i. it's funny. I'm writing a book right now. I'm talking about mike by first. Interactions with the folks from instagram. And by the way they're my age the first of all. I know you're eighteen so you're young but thirty five years old. I'm not that old right. You're all ray blake at a time. When i started covering technology it was just like a bunch of us and we were just all really young. And i remember interviewing kevin system. Had this app called instagram. And i remember us being out of the west side highway in which is being a camera guy. You know i was still wearing the same black blazer that i wore on every single. Shoot a hung. 'cause i wasn't sure exactly address yet for for television and i remember being you know Super interested in this idea of an app and in being Why would people want us this photo sharing app and you know there were four people at the company at the time it was before they sold the facebook and and it was when i would still ask these founders and i remember doing this with the found or one of the founders of twitter. Why would people use twitter by remember saying this to the founder of uber. travis county. Why would people get into a stranger's car because you forget all of these things. It was really interesting. interviews founders when before they turned into multimillionaires in the billionaires when they just felt Very much like kind of your peers. People who didn't really play by the rules and had these ideas of things that could change the world and it was really optimistic. Time and a very much in two thousand and eight two nine when i started covering technology when i got into journalism as a young journalists like i was just attracted to weirdos and it was just a bunch of weirdos and so that's how i got into it when he talked to them now is different than when you still have that peer similarity or do they act like these. Ceo's and feel as though that they are above you right. That's a good question Some change and some don't right. It's like it's like if you knew someone who is an abandoned blue rate and then some remained very humble and then some change. I mean that's an honest answer. I think But i i remember when the change started happening which is super interesting to me. Like i remember One day when. I think it was. It was kevin from instagram when he came in and all of a sudden he had more. Pr handlers within. And then they were just more layers and layers and layers and it used to be you just email One person that they would just respond back. You're emailing like The found movers. Just set up the interview and then all of a sudden they were more. Pr handlers and more pure handlers. And then all of a sudden there was a multibillion dollar company and so it was super super interesting. I interviewed mark zuckerberg during cambridge analytica. Which was such a such a interesting time intact and it was. I think time when we realized how much of our data was not as private as we thought it was terrifying it which was really terrifying in the whole ethos of technology changed and it changed our culture and it changed everything we did. Everything got a lot more complicated. It really did in the social dilemma terrifying. But so important to wash i've i've Turned off all maters -cations on all my apps except g mail. I need to school. But it's it really makes you look at how we've come far as a society of technology and were you know in two thousand eighteen two thousand nine. Did you ever think that technology would have gone to such a place where it would take such factor in polarizing our country No i didn't but i did. I did see it happening before. It came right You know i remember. It's funny. I was looking through my notes From a talk. I gave some students at nyu and this is years. This must have been like two thousand twelve. There was like a bunch of engineering students. And i was looking back. See this piece of paper. A and i had written things to look out for And in the number one thing. I wrote a written on this was empathy. Like you've gotta have you. We've got to start thinking about infancy really on. Yeah but remember being like. I think it's really important for these engineers to start thinking about the human impact because there was always is kind of ones and zeros like tex gonna change the world in black and white view of it And sometimes just like the human thing got lost. And every time i had a bad story about tekere was kind of like you know saying okay. Did you not see that this was going to happen. It was always kind of these human questions and remember To this room full of engineers being like you really need to think long and hard about the human impact of of algorithms. And what you're doing and that was years before this happened. And i remember beginning to see the cracks in the in the system book kind of before it happened and In saying you know tech is not taking responsibility for the content on its platform and the questions are becoming more and more complicated than i remember sitting across from mark zuckerberg and saying. How does it feel to be editor in chief of you know of the internet to some degree. And you didn't like that question. But i don't think i was ever mean an asking these questions as much as and this has never been my style as a journalist. You know they're fair questions are fair questions. Yeah and i always thought it was important to ask founders especially because i grew up with these founders and i believed in their products and so i think i i did see that polarization was going to happen but to this degree. No and could anyone have envisioned. It probably not but could could have done a much. Better job Yes could still be doing a better job. Yes do i buy it when they You know when. I hear the canned company lines. See we take user safety very seriously. I like no. I'm trying to find a balance of having a healthy relationship with my phone in with social media devices but we are in a global pandemic so now. Our way of communicating is through terminology. So how have you tried to find a balance between living a life pandemic in a healthy way technology. Not well not well. I mean if i'm being off the dick. I could sick be doing a much better job of it until you of writing. This book like i had to delete facebook and instagram. For three or four days. Because i am not good at the middle ground you know like i'm just not an i think that's going to be a problem for these for these companies Because i do think we were all in at this point you know. And and it's been programmed As you probably saw in the social dilemma. They've been program every product decision. Whether it's like the color of the notification program to make our brain go buzz. You know to get us to look at it. That part of the social dilemma was terrifying. So if they're programming things for our brain to respond to.

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"l laurie" Discussed on Inside Conan: An Important Hollywood Podcast

Inside Conan: An Important Hollywood Podcast

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"l laurie" Discussed on Inside Conan: An Important Hollywood Podcast

"Was He just graduate from Hollis of? Oh I see yeah just you. As time changed. Chilly develop soon probably an APP developer. So he probably would not do better than any of us. We should start a pool. When do you think if you had to guess like Comedy Club would reopen and couple being? I'm sure they're all trying to figure it out. Maybe are talking to each other. But I know there's a club in. Minneapolis is already planning to as soon as they can have limited people in the showroom like you never be able to pack it out until there was seen Rosza people six feet apart and then the rest of the people watching the show would buy tickets zoom and so maybe the people in the showroom pay a little bit more and then they have to wear masks in the showroom. Yeah probably because of the spray of it's laughter. Names particularly problematic. Talk Teachers for the comic. If it's much a cough yes yes so yeah audie has to be back and maybe there might into plexiglass up. Describe it the worse. It sounds everything. Sounds awful but you're like all right. Let's have worked horrible gigs before Russia where there is like I was on stage is in like Elko Nevada. And then there's a bar in front of me and then in front of the bar was a line of like a quarter slot machines and then. The audience started sitting beyond that desert. Those are like concentric circles beyond all that so in terms. I mean most comics Rotella. Gigs like that. So the.

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"l laurie" Discussed on Inside Conan: An Important Hollywood Podcast

Inside Conan: An Important Hollywood Podcast

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"l laurie" Discussed on Inside Conan: An Important Hollywood Podcast

"But it's sort of like a meat mixed speeder halfway between podcast an actual late night monologue kind of the energy. Yeah it's not so casual that it feels like he's just talking run it. Yeah because we still have time constraints right like he and mad talk. Every it's like well you know based on the interview laying you Kinda work backwards. I mean everything could be adjusted. A little bit time-wise the interview the comedy and then his opening remarks but yes. He's kind of rained into like okay. This should be two and a half minutes. And then you throw to peace with Sony or something like that. So yeah yes. He is rounded that way. Are You Laurie? Do you have the capacity or energy right now. To write new material of your. Are you performing yesterday? I'm working on stuff. Yeah Yeah I don't want it to be all corona based shelf way. Well luckily you still hate your mom during court you know. It's it's weird like I have this whole chunk about wanting to die and killer and I thought like I in a actually recorded for an album. I'm like surely by the time this is out. She'll be dead like there's like. I can't revisit like I kept thinking my life would change at some point but it's like groundhog's day the me my kids growing up so that's a little bit different but I'm like I can't believe she's still here. I don't know where else to go. Besides I actually murdered her and it turns into confession of a crime. I mean. There's so many confessions I. There aren't a lot of a homicide out there. That was an own.

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"l laurie" Discussed on Inside Conan: An Important Hollywood Podcast

Inside Conan: An Important Hollywood Podcast

05:11 min | 1 year ago

"l laurie" Discussed on Inside Conan: An Important Hollywood Podcast

"Especially now that there's nothing else happening in Hollywood name's Mike Sweeney I'm a writer. Conan Jesse Gaskell also writer on Conan Conan at home right. Now we're talking about how show a TV show late night. Tv show is being put together. A when new to members of the staff can be the same room together. That's an interesting process. Usually we do everything for within a big group Hug. Yes exact usually. There's way too many. It's like hey do we need all thirty of these people to make this thing happen but right now it's all Conan by himself at home. Yes we learned how to use a computer. I think he hates his Home Office. Now because it's now like the room of pain for him. He has to go in. Start up the equipment do everything by himself and I literally think when this is also just going to seal that room on Never Garner Yup burnt to the ground and our our jobs gotten really weird to K- first of all. There's no schedule used to have a very precise daily schedule. Yes and now. It's kind of all like place. Coenen shooting things in piecemeal. And they're being stitched together into a show and so interviews can happen at different times. But then you know Matt. O'brien the had riders. Still trying to figure out what the comedies going to be for the next stage show and that determines Conan's introductions and so that that all has to be sorted out and that could be recorded at any time during the day so and you said you experienced something where something you wrote like all the sudden. You Got Frantic. Email like grew recording it. Yeah notice well on Friday I got an email that was like Oh. Is the script ready for that sketch. Because he's going to do it right now. And so frantically finished the script and send it off and then Conan wasn't able to get to and I think because he was recording a podcast and then he was supposed to do it today but then by noon Matt hadn't even heard from him and so we just put it off but then Andy's in an Andy's like oh. I'm taking my dog to Petco to get groomed so now I have no idea what is happening. Petco is an essential service to groom an animal. I guess though I'm calling the police. The police PETCO Andy. I want them all. We have recorded a yeah. I don't know can happen but there's a lot of Of Hurry up and wait kind right right right right but that's okay because there's so much else to do at high. Yes no I know. I know. I'm not complaining because it's not like I have anywhere else to be. I know I am but then we could explain the way that we're actually shooting things so as writers when we write something we log into the zoom with Conan and Andy than we have to make ourselves invisible and mute ourselves. You have ever little confab at the top where you can all see and hear each other. And then once it's time to record you deep six or seven here. Yeah Yeah exactly. Have you ever loved your mic on during that by accident and no? Oh my God. That would not be good well because that happened right. It did happen. I happen to interview. I think the producer Jeff Ross's microphone. He accidentally turned it on and then got a phone call so he was gabbing on the phone. But I don't I for some reason I wasn't he making Chili. I think he's about the Chili. This show just which is so perfect because we always joke about how much Jeff Ross love soup. It's one step away from sue. It's Mexican Chile is CS. Let's call the soup. He's like he's talking about chilly. God knows Oh I know boy but it was. We left it in the show right. Yeah because it was Frank Smiley. The producer the bit of the that interview up to them during regular brand interview. Yeah I think it was like two. Am In verse brand. And he's so. Wow you know staying up doing this interview and then this voice from outer space comes on Anyway. We have a great show today and we. We talked to one of our our writers on the show. Yeah talk about you. Know more about the writing process and also. We wanted to talk to her. Her name is Lori Martin. Because she's a really great stand up comic. We've had her on before she works all the time we make fun of her because she's constantly doing standards and that's even true now in quarantine. Yes she's still performing all over the world all over the world thanks to zoom. She's doing sets literally all over in different countries. Yeah this is really cool. I want to hear about how stand up is still working right now. And she had the answers and more. So why? Don't we chat with Larry.

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"l laurie" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

16:11 min | 1 year ago

"l laurie" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

"Lori and now my favorite part of the show the fact check with my soul mate. Monica padme fact. Check take to all right. We're recording fact. Check number two. Let's start with some admissions by Dan. Sheppard there's two offers also with an admission. I I was late today. Oh I didn't care normally not late and I don't like it i. It just made me happy because I was like. Oh she knows what I'm feeling like when I'm way it was a rough literally just can't you can't get out of that Damn House. Yeah and then marches. Spills messes up your most beautiful. Blue Sweat. Tracksuit internet or Step on your macho with your stink. God it's almost too much to go on. It is okay so emission number one which I already made on Instagram. Which is in by the way. I didn't go back and listen but enough people voted that there was consensus. That fifty cent was doing exactly has as you interpreted is thing. Thank you for that admission. That's very big of you. And then secondly I didn't have corona. I got an antibody test and I didn't have it. Wow Yeah to my disappointment Abbott. No one in the house had it. Now Yeah which I mean. If one person had it likely the rest of us would have so it was really an all or nothing was y'alls tests came in really fast. Here's another frustrating things. I got a prescription than I went to. This quest place in a grocery store they took my blood had to go to the grocery store. Well that's where it was. Yes inside of a vons very weird to get your blood drawn volumes. Ed decide no and then I didn't get my results for like four days maybe five but then you guys took a task that you got the results in five minutes ten minutes Yep and all the you were negative for antibodies. Yes but I was still holding out like well. Maybe I got it when I was in Colorado or Texas and just you know pass through me by the time. I got back theory. Was we all have deer? Yeah we'll be going. Yeah it's just it's not the case not the case not the case. And I've never had it. I was pretty No no I was not excited but I was. I was saying apple time you were. You didn't think we had it and I fell validated. Sure of course feels nice. Oh Yeah Yeah Yeah. Yeah big time but I do. Of course wish I had it to to without knowing That's the best case scenario. Yeah you still had a inexplicably long stretch diarrhea that that is true. That is true. Everyone's in ancient it is. It is no God such a fun party. You January you. When you're at your mom's house you had like six days of I interrupted you think that I have no memory of no. It's so weird. I have total memory. I Have I keep pook journal though for you so anytime you say something. I market in there. I don't remember being with friends and then having to like I would remember that that would be um traumatic memorable. There's so many kinds of diarrhea right. There's like food poisoning diarrhea. Were you literally can't be away from a toy you can't be more than like three hundred feet from a toilet at any moment and then there's just like oh you went in the morning it was loosey-goosey and then you want to get in the afternoon. It was maybe straight water That's diarrhea. You could still carry about your business in that version of it that that's often what I'll experience for a little spell like it's unmanageable very manageable. And civil if it's only diarrhea in the morning okay. You don't count it sure. Yeah Okay Anyway. I know you gotTa keep it up because everyone talks about their poop with their friends they do. I don't know I don't talk about it with my other friends if I'm being honest or you don't know it's almost all I talk about with my friends. I don't think a lot of people do. Oh all right. Do you enjoy talking about your cycles. Fly No no no. You're you're brown cycles. I don't like talking about it with public. Okay see I think it's an extension of the vulnerable theme because it is so vulnerable? It's the grossest thing we do at the same time like sometimes I really think about it and I'm like it's not gross. You put food in and then it turns it into this thing. It's it's stained. Yes it's the exists so gross let's repellent so that you don't monkey around in other people's way. Sin Pickup Diseases. I think it's evolutionary but if if you trust that someone else's in disease carrier like your family members it's not as gross still pretty pretty gross so pretty Gross Murray time before this. Oh antibodies antibodies. Did it affect your position at all knowing you know for sure you didn't have it? Es why will say you know? This speaks to confirmation bias. I I'm holding it like a three percent chance I think the tests were flawed. But that's low was ninety seven percent accepting of the outcome. This is a bit hypocritical. Also because if I've said that you would not like you would say if he's at ninety seven no no no no sex if he said ninety seven percent. And you're only holding out three percent hope that the tests will be revealed. That's you make decisions a beyond fifty one percent. I think that would have elicited a reaction if I said that to you. You're also a fan of glimmers of hope if the tests were positive I need you to really step back. And think about the scenario in which the all the tests came back we had it And I said Okay but there's a there's a very small chance that this is wrong. You would not like it. I know it I want I want but if you said three percent at least go like. Oh you're the truth. Yeah I'm acknowledging the truth yeah I just have a fantasy that somehow still we could have all had it not worry about it. Don't you think most likely one of the test would have come back? Yes I do. Yeah I do use it. Is it change my position? I mean it does in that. I'm like before I was travelling through the city. Doing things simply for you guys like I had the. I have the gloves on in the mask. And it's really just for you guys. It's not for me. I don not worried about it but now like how I could catch it. Still so yes. There's another variable now that I think Oh should I could still catch this again. Which is tricky. Because I'm not afraid to have it but then the the hellfire I would if he could be figured out that it was. I who tainted the group thin. Yeah I would I would hate bat. I guess what it does do those. And I've learned this lesson before I knew who robbed our house. One time I was so convinced of it and then it turns out I was wrong. That was humiliated with the notion of how wrong I was similarly. I am not humiliated but reminded how wrong you can be in feel right for sure. You're trying your heart is not to gloat. Aren't you know you did a great job? Yeah I don't want you to feel bad knowing no you do. I actually forgot all about it. I wonder if he's going to tell everybody even totally didn't even think about it because I knew already knew in my heart that we didn't have it and I knew in my heart we did. That's what I'm saying. It could have gone either way. One of us was bound to be completely wrong and it was me which I'm owning show. I hope everyone's doing well me too. Laurie Santos Laurie assign. No in the episode. You start talking about names a little bit because you're talking about as being smart and then you said your name. Laurie like every Laurie. I know is so fun. Also what are you talking about? I was specifically thinking of like this Lori and my groundlings class. That was really.

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"l laurie" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

10:40 min | 1 year ago

"l laurie" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

"One. Interesting thing that you said you did in your happiness class having explored grades and recognizing the outcome you want. What do they call it at Yale? Credit D. Yeah so it's kind of like what a lot of schools are doing now with pass fail except y'all had this one distinction we're had what's called credit default. 'cause it's Kinda hard to like. Get a d like it's really hard to fail a class at Yale in all honesty like you basically have to like not show up at all and so credit is like you either get credit which is basically like pass or you get a d fail and so it's like a slightly harder thing than pass fail because very few people actually fail you know but you could get a D. if you're really. Kinda screwing around and so credit de normally like when we're not in at time that's the grading system is Stanford Pass Fail. Actually sure I'd okay right now. Pretty much every university in the country is pass fail. I think again because of this crazy. Great stuff because know people are in the midst of a pandemic. They don't have wi fi. Their family might be sick. They might be immuno-compromised but they still can't shut off this desire for extra reward enough to be like screw it the semester. I'm not going to care. They'll like drive themselves into mental health dysfunction to kind of fight with it and it was tricky on campus because this sort of idea of promoting universal pass or fail became this sort of social justice charge that like this was the way we protect people who are like in these bad circumstances and Blah Blah Blah. Which I get. This is because we have a broken system. If you're in a bad situation just screw it. No one's GonNa care what grades you got in spring of Twenty twenty. Everybody's GonNa look at that semester that semester. No one's GonNa care all you know and so the fact that people couldn't stop caring. I think there's a symptom of this awful culture of grades that we're in right now. Yeah and so. You've been in this world of academia for the last twenty five twenty seven years or something probably. Yeah you from what you've seen is. There is an increased level of anxiety and depression. Yeah just been ramping up year after. Like shockingly so a big spike in the last five years that was my anecdotal experience. In what the data really show just the level of like suicidality and just extreme anxiety. It's just kind of heartbreaking. When you see these students just are going through just real mental health anguish and they're like eighteen and there's some different explanations right. None of them are facts yet. They're all theories. I think we had Jonathan Hyde on an you know. Th the parent teen is being questioned over the last twenty years in this. There's lack of coping mechanisms parents. Other kids to acquire and the challenges. And all these things. So those are kind of well documented and I think there's validity and all of them but also you know like it or not we you and I can rage against Instagram for the next five thousand years. It ain't going anywhere. I like instagram and win. Makes me feel Shitty. So it's not going anywhere. Life's not going to slow down. There's going to be more technology so then the question becomes like you're not going to beat it. So how can we adapt to it? The mere notion you said it needed your Ted talk like you flew to that location. You didn't flap your arms. You're doing things you shouldn't do. You get in a car. You go eighty miles an hour. That's not a natural pastime. For a primate so our brain is just. It's on so many levels to to be a part of a group that seven billion in size. That's not how we're supposed to it. What what's in the future that we could do you. Have I think I honestly other people are optimistic? Usually I'm optimistic but for this. I'm really scared right because I think we still don't know what this technology is doing to our psychology. And I'm actually less worried about social media. I mean we. I think everything you said about social media is true it makes us Hordley social compare even in these domains. We don't care about like somebody today. Posted this awesome like lentil soup sock like why did Clinton bad about myself lentil soup like your Yale professor and you like your fucking failure because you can't make soup but that's aside and I think we all get it but we don't get is what technology is doing to us in ways that we don't notice and that's the research I most scared by because it's not just that social media is really tempting for us and distracting us. It's like all the technology on the other side of that phone right. And so you know our brains as you know crave stuff. That's cool and we've given a stimulus that is completely unprecedented in the history of the human species like never have we had access to you know the library of Alexandria cat video on the Internet. All this porn. You know celebrity like newsletters emails. I've ever gotten since Nineteen Ninety. Nine like my bree knows that's on the other side of my own. You know I might like to be enjoying this conversation with my husband. But there's part of my brain that's like I bet. This conversation isn't as good as at least like thirty percent of videos or like from the we like to think we have brains that can shut it off but the new data is starting to suggest that the mere presence of phones is screwing us up in all these ways. We don't realize Liz don who is a professor. Ubcv's been doing lovely work on this finds that if you have your phone out in a waiting room she experiments where she brings people into like fake waiting room and you can have your phone out or away. They've collected a before. You're not really even using it. She finds that people. Smile thirty percent less at the people around them when their phone is out. Even if you're not using it if you look at enjoyment of activities and presence like say you get a massage and again you're not using your phone. It's just there. It's like reducing your enjoyment of the massage and it makes sense. Why because there's going to be part of your brain that's like no no pay attention to the massage. Don't go on Reddit right now. Like No. There's probably nothing on Reddit. This constant kind of distraction and it's a constant stimulus. Let's face it. It's designed to be better than most of the stuff in the real world. You know having that Nice Cup of coffee playing with your kids. The Internet is cooler than that it. It's right I can tell you from experience. Cocaine gives me a level of serenity and contentment because my brain is just so satisfied. The phone is the only thing I can say that even compares to that were were two hours can go by. I don't question anything about what I gotTA do. I'm just in my experiential self is just fulfilled on a level that really can only be compared to cocaine because it's designed to be like cocaine like it's designed on the premise of a slot machine. I mean the folks who do a lot of the original designs for how these algorithms working so called dopamine labs they onto something of what they're doing they're not idiots but I don't think we know the outcome of the experiment of putting that kind of slot machine in six billion pockets around the world and what is going to do to social connection was going to do to mere presence of paying attention to what your life feels like right now. I think we just don't know and so my one hope about what we can do to do. Better is that Internet companies. Don't want to be the cigarette. Industry like facebook doesn't want to be a cigarette industry. The IPHONE doesn't want to be the cigarette industry. They know what it's doing to us. But they also know that they have to maintain this safe balance where they want us to be addicted to it but not get so bad that government regulators come in or we all say like screw it. I'm going back to my flip phone. And they're also in competition for in the attention economy. They can only be so good or they're gonNA lose out to the other competitor. That's exactly right to and so. I think they're kind of starting to build in things. You know like your iphone now tells you how much time you spend on your iphone right and I think nobody ever looked at the IPHONE. Like listing I. Should I really like slacking on the iphone today like I should? I should instagram a little bit more today. Like that's not why they put it in there so so my sense is they are trying to help with this. Are trying to give us tools and so my sense is that the future is that ultimately we're going to need some social norms to navigate this stuff better norms about when we use our phones how present they are in our lives. How much were allowed to kind of forego normal social interaction to do this stuff and we'll have that in families will have the in workplaces and I think once we build those norms in society. Maybe we'll get better kinda like smoking or you can do at. Blake not on plane. Not You know in schools not house all. Yeah Yeah exactly. So that's the hope. Yeah Utopian future would be one where it's normal that when you go to a friend's house. Oh Yeah we don't do that during this time we put that away and we'll take brave people at the beginning to to get the ball rolling but yeah I would love it if I got invited to a game night and it was like hey phone free game night. Yeah I'm there. I'll leave my phone in the car. You know yeah I think we need. We need somebody to make like cooled structures for our house new pieces of Ikea furniture. That's like the phone holder nearly when you walk in somebody's house and there's like the shoe area you take your shoes off. There's also like you slide your phone in it closes and you can't see it and then you just have your day and have your normal social interaction. I don't know we need. We need more of that stuff. The problem is when phones are stealing our attention. They do it in a way. That's blind to us. We don't often notice like we don't notice the smiles we're not making at the people around us or the conversations were missing with our spouses because we don't notice what we don't notice and so. I think we need more awareness of what? These technologies are doing to our attention to our social relationships. It's like what you said. At the beginning. How students now they want scientific proof as to why they should do X Y and Z. They're not just going to take it. Anecdotally there's GonNa be a lot of studies about exactly why this is harmful like why we know. Tobacco is hard. Smoking is harmful as opposed to like just watch TV. No one's watching less TV. We're going to have some proof. We can agree completely and then the problem is that that's really hard because you at least was smoking. There was some people that didn't smoke right. Ain't study only grandparents is the control group for like that. One guy from your work as a freakazoids. I don't want him to trust anything. Any data derived from that guy. What a psychopath. Well Laurie. I think everyone should check out. Happiness lab podcast. It's so great. And it's very much in the vein of Malcolm's thing because an immediately reminded me of the great revisionist history episode about how useless L Sat. Scores are in the success of an attorney ultimately career wise. I loved hearing that. And it's it's in that vein. It's great is there anything else? You WanNa tell us about that. We should check out now. That's great go. Check out the happiness loud podcasts. We got a new season coming out and also bunch episodes on covid. Nineteen if you want special help for how you can stay mentally healthy during this crazy. Time and also enroll in your class at Yale..

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"l laurie" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

10:28 min | 1 year ago

"l laurie" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

"One. Interesting thing that you said you did in your happiness class having explored grades and recognizing the outcome you want. What do they call it at Yale? Credit D. Yeah so it's kind of like what a lot of schools are doing now with pass fail except y'all had this one distinction we're had what's called credit default. 'cause it's Kinda hard to like. Get a d like it's really hard to fail a class at Yale in all honesty like you basically have to like not show up at all and so credit is like you either get credit which is basically like pass or you get a d fail and so it's like a slightly harder thing than pass fail because very few people actually fail you know but you could get a D. if you're really. Kinda screwing around and so credit de normally like when we're not in at time that's the grading system is Stanford Pass Fail. I'm not actually sure I'd okay right now pretty much. Every University in the country is pass fail. I think again because of this crazy. Great stuff because know people are in the midst of a pandemic. They don't have wi fi. Their family might be sick. They might be immuno-compromised but they still can't shut off this desire for extra reward enough to be like screw it the semester. I'm not going to care. They'll like drive themselves into mental health dysfunction to kind of fight with it and it was tricky on campus because this sort of idea of promoting universal pass or fail became this sort of social justice charge that like this was the way we protect people who are like in these bad circumstances and Blah Blah Blah. Which I get. This is because we have a broken system. If you're in a bad situation just screw it. No one's GonNa care what grades you got in spring of Twenty twenty. Everybody's GonNa look at that semester that semester. No one's GonNa care all you know and so the fact that people couldn't stop caring. I think there's a symptom of this awful culture of grades that we're in right now. Yeah and so. You've been in this world of academia for the last twenty five twenty seven years or something probably. Yeah you from what you've seen is. There is an increased level of anxiety and depression. Yeah just been ramping up year after. Like shockingly so a big spike in the last five years that was my anecdotal experience. In what the data really show just the level of like suicidality and just extreme anxiety. It's just kind of heartbreaking. When you see these students just are going through just real mental health anguish and they're like eighteen and there's some different explanations right. None of them are facts yet. They're all theories. I think we had Jonathan Hyde on an you know. Th the parent teen is being questioned over the last twenty years in this. There's lack of coping mechanisms parents. Other kids to acquire and the challenges. And all these things. So those are kind of well documented and I think there's validity and all them but also you know like it or not we you and I can rage against Instagram for the next five thousand years. It ain't going anywhere. I like instagram and win. It makes me feel shitty so it's not going anywhere. Life's not going to slow down. There's going to be more technology so then the question becomes like you're not going to beat it. So how can we adapt to it? The mere notion you said it needed your Ted talk like you flew to that location. You didn't flap your arms. You're doing things you shouldn't do. You get in a car. You go eighty miles an hour. That's not a natural pastime. For a primate so our brain is just it's illiquid on so many levels to to be a part of a group that seven billion in size. That's not how we're supposed to it. What what's in the future that we could do you. Have I think I honestly other people are optimistic? Usually I'm optimistic but for this. I'm really scared right because I think we still don't know what this technology is doing to our psychology. And I'm actually less worried about social media. I mean we. I think everything you said about social media is true it makes us Hordley social compare even in these domains. We don't care about like somebody today. Posted this awesome like lentil soup stock like why did Clinton bad about myself lentil soup? Like you're Yale professor and you like your fucking failure because you can't make soup but that's aside and I think we all get it but we don't get is what technology is doing to us in ways that we don't notice and that's the research. I'm most scared by because it's not just that social media is really tempting for us and distracting us. It's like all the technology on the other side of that phone right. And so you know our brains as you know crave stuff. That's cool and we've given a stimulus that is completely unprecedented in the history of the human species access to you know the library of Alexandria every cat video on the Internet. All this porn. You know celebrity like newsletters all the emails I've ever gotten since nineteen ninety nine like my bree knows that's on the other side of my phone. You know I might like to be enjoying this conversation with my husband. But there's part of my brain that's like I bet. This conversation isn't as good as at least like thirty percent of videos or like from the we like to think we have brains that can shut it off but the new data is starting to suggest that the mere presence of phones is screwing us up in all these ways. We don't realize Liz don who is a professor. Ubcv's been doing lovely work on this finds that if you have your phone out in a waiting room she experiments where she brings people into like fake waiting room and you can have your phone out or away. They've collected a before. You're not really even using it. She finds that people. Smile thirty percent less at the people around them when their phone is out. Even if you're not using it if you look at enjoyment of activities and presence like say you get a massage and again you're not using your phone. It's just there. It's like reducing your enjoyment of the massage and it makes sense. Why because there's going to be part of your brain that's like no no pay attention to the massage. Don't go on Reddit right now. Like No. There's probably nothing on Reddit. This constant kind of distraction and it's a constant stimulus. Let's face it. It's designed to be better than most of the stuff in the real world. You know having that Nice Cup of coffee playing with your kids. The Internet is cooler than that it. It's right tell you. From experience. Cocaine gives me a level of serenity and contentment because my brain is just so satisfied. The phone is the only thing I can say that even compares to that were were two hours can go by. I don't question anything about what I gotTA do. I'm just in my experiential self is just fulfilled on a level that really can only be compared to cocaine because it's designed to be like cocaine like it's designed on the premise of a slot machine. I mean the folks who do a lot of the original designs for Algorithm is working so called dopamine labs they onto something of what they're doing they're not idiots but I don't think we know the outcome of the experiment of putting that kind of slot machine in six billion pockets around the world and what is going to do to social connection was going to do to mere presence of paying attention to what your life feels like right now. I think we just don't know and so my one hope about what we can do to do. Better is that Internet companies. Don't want to be the cigarette. Industry like facebook doesn't want to be a cigarette industry. The IPHONE doesn't want to be the cigarette industry. They know what it's doing to us. But they also know that they have to maintain this safe balance where they want us to be addicted to it but not get so bad that government regulators come in or we all say like screw it. I'm going back to my flip phone. And they're also in competition for in the attention economy. They can only be so good or they're gonNA lose out to the other competitor. That's exactly right to and so. I think they're kind of starting to build in things. You know like your iphone now tells you how much time you spend on your iphone right and I think nobody ever looked at the IPHONE. Like listing I. Should I really like slacking on the iphone today like I should? I should instagram a little bit more today. Like that's not why they put it in there so so my sense is they are trying to help with this. Are trying to give us tools and so my sense is that the future is that ultimately we're going to need some social norms to navigate this stuff better norms about when we use our phones how present they are in our lives. How much were allowed to kind of forego normal social interaction to do this stuff and we'll have that in families will have the in workplaces and I think once we build those norms in society. Maybe we'll get better. You know Kinda like smoking or you can do at Blake not on plane. Not You know in schools not in house all. Yeah Yeah exactly. So that's the hope. Yeah Utopian future would be one where it's normal that when you go to a friend's house. Oh Yeah we don't do that during this time we put that away and we'll take brave people at the beginning to to get the ball rolling but yeah I would love it if I got invited to a game night and it was like hey phone free game night. Yeah I'm there. I'll leave my phone in the car. You know yeah I think we need. We need somebody to make like cooled structures for our house new pieces of Ikea furniture. That's like the phone holder nearly when you walk in somebody's house and there's like the shoe area you take your shoes off. There's also like you slide your phone in it closes and you can't see it and then you have your day and have your normal social interaction. I don't know we need. We need more of that stuff. The problem is when phones are stealing our attention. They do it in a way. That's blind to us. We don't often notice like we don't notice the smiles we're not making at the people around us or the conversations were missing with our spouses because we don't notice what we don't notice and so. I think we need more awareness of what? These technologies are doing to our attention to our social relationships. It's like what you said. At the beginning. How students now they want scientific proof as to why they should do X Y and Z. They're not just going to take it. Anecdotally there's GonNa be a lot of studies about exactly why this is harmful like why we know. Tobacco is hard. Smoking is harmful as opposed to like just watch TV. No one's watching less TV. We're going to have some proof. We can agree completely and then the problem is that that's really hard because you at least was smoking. There was some people that didn't smoke. Ain't study only grandparents is the control group for like that one guy from your work as a freakazoids like I don't want him to trust anything any data derived from that guy. What a psychopath. Well Laurie I think everyone should check out. Happiness lab podcast. It's so great. And it's very much in the vein of Malcolm's thing because an immediately reminded me of the great revisionist history episode about how useless L Sat. Scores are in the success of an attorney ultimately career wise. I loved hearing that. And it's it's in that vein. It's great is there anything else? You WanNa tell us about that. We should check out now. That's great go..

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Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

02:26 min | 1 year ago

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"Yeah stay tuned for more armchair if you dare. We are supported by square now. Monica do about hot see'ums in Detroit. Tell me they've been selling men's clothing for a hundred years and for the first time in its history. Hot Sam is selling online team and HOT SAM SET UP. Their page was square online store..

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Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

10:14 min | 1 year ago

"l laurie" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

"And foremost please excuse. Our tardiness. Two minutes was really tell we had a little conversation. We're in Monica's apartment. And she was a looking. I Say I'm always the one that's late so this is not to throw her under the bus but she was doing some things I said. I think we're getting close to what she said. Anything four minutes or under a fine what. What's your stance on that? Yeah I think. Four minutes are under academic. We always window for classes usually like a six minute window. Oh Can the students leave at my school? The students could like leave after ten minutes. If the professor didn't show up when so messed up his. So My UNDERGRAD INSTITUTION. Had It that you could leave early like that was like you left before the end But then the Yale institution like it was switched and so it was like this weird culture shock of Lake. Some people showing up early and some people leaving early in his lorry. Were so excited to talk to you and you came to us by way of what I think is a God living among us. Which is Malcolm Glad? Well he emailed me and said you really need to get him to Laurie. And let's just take one second to talk about how much we love Malcolm. No Malcolm is fantastic. I think I met Malcolm for the First Time. I was like a new assistant professor. I just started at Yale and he was doing this dinner party with one of my colleagues and the whole time I was like. Wow this was like right when I think The tipping point had just come out and I was God among men. You know apex glad well as I was learning about you today Lori excited. Because you've done a ton of primate work. Yeah I did Collagen anthropology but it was like anthropology side Major. Unofficially you got a BA in both biology and psychology. Al From Harvard. Yeah although it was kind of a little bit of a like a trick though because they just they just started this new joint major and so they hadn't really worked out like which classes you needed to take yet and so I manage to get a biology degree from Harvard by taking the minimum possible amount of biology classes embarrassing now. I try to teach things like genetics. Because I'm like you. You know that stuff they see. Geez do whatever. Just keep it going exactly. Did you have a lab as part of that? I did some labs but not that I remember super well mostly. I did animal behavior stuff that was like my main thrust in biology which the monkey work. What was the genesis of your working with animals or or studying animals in relation to human psychology? Well it actually came out of a hatred of running human experiments. I started doing work when I was like a freshman working in a lab that studied humans and we studying this thing called implicit memory which is just this phenomenon that the stimuli that in your world they're kind of affecting you without realizing it. You know so if I give you a list of words that are all related to elderly people. You can kind of prime that without you realizing it right but the whole point of this effect is like you're supposed to not know it's happening but it's something we teach. We teach like in the interest class. So I you know a freshman. Loria go in to try to test implicit memory in these. Freshmen who are taking a class about implicit memory and at the end of every study. I'm like did you have any ideas. About what the study was about and everyone was like. Was it an an implicit memory? Study and we're yes. And then we'd have to throw out their data and so moved to go to animals like animals. Don't have hypotheses about what the study is about. They're not messing up my data with their big conscious thinking brain and so that was part one. So let's digress. For a second this is one of the most fascinating aspects of anthro which is like they're studying humans for one hundred years and you just almost can't study human and we're trying to figure out the study you're a part of and you're you're almost probably trying to be a great subject and help the professor or person doing the study. Get the results they want. It's all were conscious of all the things right. Yeah and it's super I mean that and it's like super hard to get it why humans are really like because of all these cultural influences right like if I want to study the human. It's hard to not be studying the American human or the Zimbabwean human or like you know your culture prevents me from knowing what's really in to being a human and so so monkeys book for both of these reasons where a breath of fresh air like they don't have all these cultural influences messing with them and they definitely don't know that they're in your study they don't want to do a good job in your out actively not want to fish. Sure I listen to your podcast. And there's a couple of different areas and I really wanted to explore in. I'm kind of obsessed with status. So many primates are are highly social. Animals were the apex of social animal. Right and so. We have so much hard wiring. An evolution to make us cohesive group. And I think we're largely unaware of it right so I do wonder even your your primate studies like you're capuchins right there. They're very smart. Did they ever interpret your status as being like Alpha do any of the people conducting the experiment become the Alpha? Yeah not so much with my guys. We because status wasn't that much of a thing like the other one alpha male and so on but researchers in chimpanzee labs report this all the time in fact would super interesting. Is You get cultural differences in these different primate? Labs so the chimpanzee labs in Japan the chimps are really clued into. Who is the high status researcher? So if you come in. And you're like Joe Freshman like I was in that experiment the chimps will dominate you. And you can't get them to do anything or whatever but then the PI principal investigator. Big Head Honcho comes in and all of a sudden the chimps are like. Oh Gosh. I'll do everything you want. And so it's like the chimps are somehow of just such a question. There's somehow implicitly. Picking up on the human status is not just like we're all higher status is like well some of the humans might be higher status but like some of them are completely low ranking and I should just abuse in the. Who's you would have to be that we're sharing so much nonverbal communication that they are able to witness how we look the length of time who has the floor of the longest. They're probably just aware of subconsciously as we are aware of it. Yeah I mean. They're not looking at people's academic titles like somehow we're giving oft these cues that we don't even realize which is so fascinating it is it is. I love it okay. So let's go through your history a little bit because I always liked knowing why people gravitated towards the thing they did so you're from Massachusetts. I'm probably saying that wrong. I have a hard time with that word and your dad is from a chain of islands that I would have only known because the Canary Islands or close. He asks them. My Dad's side of the family is from Cape Bird Which is a set of islands off the coast of Africa? Very few people in the US from Cape Bird but they tend to like cluster in cities that were big like seaports or whaling ports in particular. So like the whaling ships would kind of go around Africa. They would stop and fuel up in these tiny islands off the western coast of Africa called Cape and Cape Verdeans. Were like I'm going to get involved in this. Seems like a great lucrative enterprise and so they wound up kind of in Massachusetts like my my hometown new Bedford is the town of Moby Dick Right. So it's like Oh wailing town you know for today and so so you get these tiny clusters and seaports but but it's sort of an African Portuguese mix I'm like Biracial by nature. But even more biracial because you know one of one of my sides already biracial by nature of the way. Those islands work and mom was a guidance counselor in school. You actually attended a Massachusetts. Yeah that's right so she she always really loved education and kind of wanted me and my my brother to like go off and get the best education we could. She kind of instilled that in us from a really early age. Were you delivered and I check off a passion of hers but it wasn't necessarily something everybody in my town did like know anybody else for my town who like went to Harvard or like my Taibbi League schools and things so it was kind of it was kind of a strange thing to do to double down was a working class town. I assume yeah because I mean it was back. In the movie. Dicta as it was the richest town in in the US but wailings not like a super huge industry anymore. There wasn't new industry that kind of came in I never see the whalers on the Forbes one hundred I know yeah so so yes so. It wasn't in a town where a lot of people went off to these schools but But it was awesome. I mean we completely changed my life. It it's nowadays when I advise high school students. Your I'm like education is the way to completely transform what your opportunities look like definitely worked for me but wh why were you drawn to psychology because I have a really offensive theory on most psychology majors which is generally they were from a pretty fucked up home and they kind of wanted some answers or they themselves drift in a little confused ups? There's no need some answers. What was your. Maybe that's because I never wanted to do clinical psychology like. I never wanted to shrink or help people. I was just fascinated by people. I was like one of these nerdy kids. Who like you're the mom was always like go? Go play with your friends. Like stop paying out with adults like I just wanted to kind of be watching people and pay attention the whole time. Are you the oldest? I am the oldest always psychologists even before I was technically an academic psychologist. Yeah and it sounds like your interest is in interest. I share which is like. I'm deeply curious about why people do the things they do. More than any other thing like most specifically why I do the things I do because so often. I think I know why and then upon closer inspection. I don't know why I do it or I have to learn because there's all these biological impulses in the mixers there's ego there's culture there is so dense. How much stuff is contributing to our decision making right. Do you think you know why you wanted to know why people work. The way they did. People are just weird like where weird as organisms like there are no other species on the planet that has kind of like us. You know we should be just one of billions of other species or there should be some species that are. Kinda like us you know. We're just even our closest. Living relatives are smart. But they're not making podcasts. Or having are around them like communicating like sharing ideas. That are in my head with your head like no other species. Does this really so weird? But at the same time we're also just like not good understanding our own. Psychology self insight is a problem for our species even though are so smart as A. I think that was something that always fascinated with me..

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Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"l laurie" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

"Will COME WELCOME. Welcomed armchair expert experts on expert. I'm Dan Sheppard joined by modest mouse. Man How you doing good. It's the Sunny Day in Los Angeles is a little rain yesterday and now the Sun's back today we have Lori Santos who is a cognitive scientist and professor of psychology at Yale University. You know she has the most popular class in Yale's history on happiness and she is also the host of the podcast the happiness lab so everyone should listen to that. She's very fascinating and has such good tips for wellness for feeling happy professor right now especially right now so please enjoy Laurie. Santos we are supported by shady raise. Monica shady raise makes the handsomeness sunglasses. I have a few pair. They're very high quality in there so inexpensive. That's what's crazy is the look is fantastic. Reminiscent of some of my favorite brands there out to do differently. Premium polarized shades at a fraction of the big name brand costs there an independent sunglasses company. Just some big corporation overcharges for shades. Everyone knows sunglasses are way overpriced there insane and break them or lose them and it hurts expense. Glad you're bringing that up because the best part of shady raise is their warranty replacements if shades are lost or broken for any reason. It doesn't matter what happens. Okay now it's already a winner but they're just throwing this..

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Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"l laurie" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

"Will COME WELCOME. Welcomed armchair expert experts on expert. I'm Dan Sheppard joined by modest mouse. Man How you doing good. It's the Sunny Day in Los Angeles. Is We a little rain yesterday? And now the sun's back today we have Lori Santos who is a cognitive scientist and professor of psychology at Yale University. You know she has the most popular class in Yale's history on happiness and she is also the host of the podcast the happiness lab so everyone should listen to that. She's very fascinating and has such good tips for wellness for feeling happy professor right now especially right now so please enjoy Laurie. Santos we are supported by shady raise. Monica shady raise makes the handsomeness sunglasses. I have a few pair. They're very high quality in there so inexpensive. That's what's crazy is the look is fantastic. Reminiscent of some of my favorite brands there out to do differently. Premium polarized shades at a fraction of the big name brand costs there an independent sunglasses company. Just some big corporation overcharges for shades. Everyone knows sunglasses are way overpriced there insane and break them or lose them and it hurts expense. Glad you're bringing that up because the best part of shady raise is their warranty replacements if shades are lost or broken for any reason. It doesn't matter what happens. Okay now it's already a winner but they're just throwing this..

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The Children's Hour

03:02 min | 1 year ago

"l laurie" Discussed on The Children's Hour

"Math in your eye. You're near someone in your family right now and I'm about to sing about them away when you hear anything about them or maybe even go over big author your your back. I'm so your your back your your in my heart. I when I mean your family even like your pets right. Yeah past and a Yar Ma'am rebound I'm and I love Laurie.

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The Children's Hour

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"l laurie" Discussed on The Children's Hour

"Three going down. They're going too far. opens up. There's a cow a common rockland me. Now we're rockin. Wow we're waiting on my. I'd go more for the morn going up that there's an elephant say stump your our stomping while we're waiting for the elevator later. Step of press the button. I doubt that there's an alligator snapping waiting. Okay you guys ready against the elevator now. We're all inside the elevator me. Everyone press a button Allan the lobby down down any bad everybody out because we you're you're listening to the children's hour we have with us. Laurie Berkner she is. Hey singer songwriter. Beloved by kids and adults around the world and welcome to the children's hour..