16 Burst results for "Laura Hello"
"laura hello" Discussed on Unchained
"Here to discuss are Angelina Kwan, CEO of Stratford Finance, and Adrian Lai, founder and managing partner of Newman Capital. Welcome, Angelina and Adrian. Hi, Laura. Hello. Good to see you. On June 1st, Hong Kong implemented new crypto regulations that are welcoming to the industry in various ways. We're going to unpack these and what it could all mean for crypto. But first, let's give everyone your backgrounds so they understand your perspectives on the market and know your experience with crypto in Hong Kong. Angelina, let's start with you. Thanks, Laura. I've spent most of my career either in compliance roles, setting up compliance functions, as well as COO roles. I spent a number of years at the Securities and Futures Commission in Hong Kong as a director of enforcement as well as a director of supervision of markets. And I set up the compliance function at Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing. So I've spent quite a bit of time in the regulatory space and worked very closely with the SFC and regulators around Asia Pacific. And how did you also come to know about crypto or work in crypto? Well, it was really funny. After setting up the compliance function at HX and setting up their foundation, I was And since I had advised Bitfinex in early 2013 about setting up an exchange, I did say yes, I knew. And I was recruited by that headhunter to become the global COO for BitMEX. So I was thrown into what was probably one of the most interesting jobs in the world at the time to set up everything for Arthur Hayes and his team. And I was a global COO there. So that's how I got even more deep into digital assets. And with one of the true OGs of the space, which is amazing and must have been really fun. I also got the licenses for HashKey, which is another licensed digital asset exchange in Hong Kong. And I advise a number of stablecoin as well as traditional finance companies in Hong Kong. Oh, I see. And Adrian, how about you? Well, thanks, Laura. Probably my experience is less interesting than Adrian's. But I was working at BlackRock until I left in 2016. And I joined the space in early 2017. I started to do a bit of prop trading, obviously lost most of my money actually doing prop trading in ICOs. If it was going up to $1 ,400, I held it to $80. Actually listen to Arthur Hayes as well. Arthur Hayes saying that it should be double digit for ETH. And kind of losing hope a bit of in crypto and looking at from different perspective. I started a company called Liquify doing tokenization. It was a time for STOs. So back into 2017, I think I was too early for that. But I actually looked into a lot of regulations, quite early developed regulations around Asia for STOs. And until 2021, I decided to reenter as an investor and I started Neumann Capital, mostly doing investment and venture side of things in US, Southeast Asia, and looking back to Hong Kong because of what is so exciting over the past 12 months in terms of regulations evolving not just in Hong Kong, but overall in the region. So portfolios of us, whether it's in US or elsewhere, is trying to move to Hong Kong. And that's sort of why me and my team is looking much more into how we can help out, not just talking to regulators, but also the government side of things. But Angelina has been the pioneer in this space, so happy to be on this podcast with you. Thanks, Adrienne. Yeah. So I know we're going to go into these regulations that were implemented on June 1st, but before we get into all the diesels on that latest development, why don't you both give us a brief history of the crypto industry in Hong Kong and the rules there and how they've evolved over time. So as early as 2013, when Giancarlo and Jean -Louis came to me as two young men and said, we want to set up an exchange. And I said, I'm sorry, we don't have rules in Hong Kong for a crypto exchange because they were telling me how exciting crypto was. And just to clarify, these are the executives of Bitfinex. Yes, they were the two founders of Bitfinex, and they were very excited and wanted to set up an exchange in Hong Kong.
"laura hello" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing
"With the briefing on Monaco radio and it's time now to have the latest cultural news from our producer Laura Kramer. Hi Laura. Hello, Georgina. Do you have another poem about tulips for? I don't know how that happened. You know, I was in a very sing songy way, inspired by wicked perhaps. So I think you're probably familiar with the musical the Broadway musical wicked. It's actually the fourth largest running one in the history of Broadway, it's based on the book wicked the life and times of the wicked witch of the west, which of course is inspired by The Wizard of Oz. So that's going to be turned into a two part Hollywood film starring Cynthia erivo and Ariana Grande, and people are very excited for this movie. Now we're not going to see the first part until November next year. And the second part after that, but we got a little glimpse of it at Comic-Con, which was in Las Vegas, and what's really exciting is the director said, look, it's exciting to bring something from Broadway to the film because you can do things on a sound stage that you can't on an actual stage. And one of those things is they wanted to make Oz feel like a very real place and so what they did is they planted all these millions of flowers he says around 9 million flowers in order to get the last shots you know in Oz, isn't that incredible? Absolutely amazing. And have you seen any pictures of that? We've just seen a few photos of them on set and he released some official photos which were very dark and people worried how dark is this film going to be, but then we saw some behind the foot behind the scenes ones. And it looks like a pride parade has just exploded on the set. It looks incredible. So very excited for that. Let's talk about the Bard. He is a 400 years old this year. That's Shakespeare, of course. And his folios are on show today from today at the New York international antiquarian book fair. Well, I'm glad you said that because every time I tried to say it, I just tripped over it. Yeah, so these folios are very important. They are also available to buy at the Peter Harrington rare bookshop in London. That's if you have 7.5 U.S. dollars lying around $1 million, I should say not so important 5. So they will be on show at the New York international antiquarian book fair in New York for three days from today. Now I actually got to speak to both palm Harrington, who is the owner of Peter Harrington, and Adam Douglas, the head of cataloger there and he told me what makes these folios that they have so special. We showed this to professor Emma Smith, who's a Professor of Shakespearean studies at the University of Oxford. We asked her how many copies that she'd seen in the first folio and she's been touring the world. She said over a hundred and she was still excited by this copy that it was some really tremendous condition. Obviously it's a printed book, so you can't, it's not unique, but you want the best condition you can get. And that's what's here in this copy. I saw them, and the way he was handling them made me so nervous because he was just, I'm like, oh, I thought that's really expensive. Be careful with it. Nobody gloves? No white gloves. He said they don't do that. They just wash their hands and flip through it and school. You get to see little porridge marks on it, and these are books that I've been read, but they're obviously so important. And I asked him, you know, if Taylor Swift has the swifties and Rihanna has the navy. What does Shakespeare have? What are his stands? And they were stunned at the question. They looked at me like so they said, shakey's yeah, let's go with it. This is a shaky will love it. Bodies. Maybe the parties, that's a good one. What do you call lovers of queen then? Oh. Queens. Well, that knows. But Freddie, mercury, I love. I love Queen and I love Freddie Mercury. Now for the first time in 30 years, the contents of his London home will be revealed as they go on public display before being auctioned. So there are about 1500 items expected to fetch more than 6 and a half €1 million. Now they are being sold through his friend and one time fiance Mary Austin, who inherited this somewhat 20 million pound mansion in Kensington, after his death, which was all too young at 45 in 1991. So the items will go on show in London's kicking off in August through September, then they'll also be in New York, Los Angeles, and Hong Kong, before being sold at 6 different auctions. So it's such an incredible a range of things that you can find. So there's the guitar on which he wrote crazy little thing called love. There are stage costumes, handwritten lyrics. There's a Tiffany and company silver mustache combo for those who are interested. And some of the proceeds will be from the sale will be going to the mercury Phoenix trust and the Elton John aids foundation. And I was reading an interview with Mary and she was saying that he absolutely loved auctions himself. So this seems like a fitting way to do it. And that he was a huge collector. I mean, he loved just rooting around and finding vintage stuff. So it's going to be fascinating. He did once say I want to be surrounded by splendid things. I want to lead the Victorian life surrounded by exquisite clutter. How wonderful. Thank you. This is the briefing on Monaco radio. Welcome to the
"laura hello" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing
"Time now on the briefing for a culture roundup monocle radio producer Laura Kramer is with me here in the studio. Hello Laura. Hello, Emma. Thank you for having me. Delighted. And as we all are, keen to hear what's happening in the world of culture. We start with Harry Potter. This story will not go away Fernando goes to Bosch echo and I had flagged it a few weeks ago now. It's been confirmed that the wizardry wizarding world of Harry Potter is being brought back to life in a new series and so it's going to be brand new cast and it's going to take place over ten years the production will in each season we'll be focusing on one of the books and that's going to be coming out on Macs which is a lot of episodes. It's a lot of episodes the whole time I'm thinking with ten years between them and I mean they're going to be kids again and the whole hysteria that we saw around the first one. Are we ready to go through it all again? I just don't know. Well anybody who's not been he's almost been run over by the Harry Potter bus that goes up to Warner studios, not far from the bus stop isn't far from Midori house. We'll know that we have our fair share of Harry Potter. Hijinks here in the British capital, but where is the need for this? I mean, I know this is a dreadful thing to say, but the films were pretty good and dare I say it. The books did rather an efficient job of telling stories as well. So what's been the decision between behind making this enormous big step? What they want to keep the integrity of the books and they want to take it, bring you adaptations to it. And they actually have, obviously, massive global appeal, Japan is one of the biggest markets for Harry Potter. There's going to be a Harry Potter studio similar to the one that's the outside London that's been open there as well. So I think ultimately, let's be honest, they just want to milk the money cow, don't they? It's just that's what's happening here. J. K. Rowling will be involved in it. Who knows if maybe some of the stars will make an appearance, but of the films, but we don't know yet. Now let's move on to Italy, which has this centuries long love hate relationship with tourists. It loves tourists because it needs tourists to contribute such an enormous pot to the Italian economy, yet having a tourist in your lovely town is not always the best thing. And the Italians are trying to navigate their way through one of the particular problems that they experience. That's right. So they have a proposed imposing a fine of up to €60,000 on people who damage monuments or other cultural sites, so the culture minister says that the new legislation would see the fines be used to pay for the repairs and clean up and the charges for vandalism would start slightly lower at about €10,000. It's something interesting that Italy is doing because it seems that in general they're getting really annoyed by shenanigans of some of the tourists going over there. For example, in portofino, they have now installed a no waiting zone ban and what that means is you could be banned for taking a selfie in the very beautiful town up to €275. Goodness me. The whole thing about taking selfies on holiday. But there's also the issue, isn't there that quite recently we've seen climate change activists, goodness knows who actually deliberately going and targeting pieces of very beautiful art. I mean, the beautiful fountain by Bernini in Rome was filled with black dye a few weeks ago. That, that, frankly, is beyond vandalism. That sort of like a really deliberate act, isn't it? I think they would consider it offensive on a grand scale. It's not surprising that they're doing this other very famous tourist hotspots, including Amsterdam, are also doing similar moves. And it seems that people think it's kind of aimed at British tourists, specifically, of the whole hendu drinking culture that kind of comes along with it and the vandalism that potentially ends up from all that. People are doing some pretty interesting things. There's this astonishing thing about a woman who through an E scooter down the Spanish steps in Rome, which is pretty fun, actually, if you think about it, were it not for the fact that she caused €26,000 worth of damage. And then we have a Spanish sepsis seems to be the scene of all manner of fun and games at the moment. When we had a Saudi businessman who took a wrong turn and drove his Maserati damage. I'm surprised. I'm surprised we're not hearing more about these type of stories, but yeah, I think it's evident that Italy just wants to have. We have these beautiful monuments. Let's keep them pretty people. So that's Italy. Let's talk about the astonishing way, well, it's Paul Simon wrote about the 50 ways to leave him, leave a lover. The Rupert Murdoch has found 51. Yes, absolutely. So it turns out that he broke up his marriage with Jerry hall by letting her know over email. Yep, that was in an email and said, look, I'm really sorry, can't do this. I have a lot on my lawyers will be in touch. This is the bit that I love. I'll read it out if that's all right, Jerry. Sadly, I've decided to call an end to our marriage. We have certainly had some good times, but I have much to do. My New York lawyer will be contacting yours immediately. The idea of I'm too busy to be married to Jerry hall. I don't get it. He has the guy has a few things he has to worry about between a few lawsuits that we've heard and also there are allegations that his son is or his son James
"laura hello" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Prevail? Is that what he said? He said the process. So if people vote and someone loses, then you Democrats don't let provocative democracy prevail. They achieve. They're cheat to win elections. That's what I'm saying. So what he's saying, that's what he said. Oh, gummy. Oh, gummy gummy gummy. Did you see, like, you know, when you have to identify the things that on your computer to be able to, you know, which of these things is a higher hydrant or whatever. Did you see that with Eric's teeth? There's like clattering comedy teeth and other teeth and gums. Which one is Eric? I'm the ones that are error. Identify the Ericsson. Don in San Luis Obispo hello Don. Hey, good morning, everybody. Happy Friday and free speech and creature on supporter and real quick for all you spouses out there that didn't give us a free speech case down you squeaky sons of guns. Free speech dot org. Thank you. That's right. So in reference to the justice for the justice, what to stop them from running for their seats again. And going up to the are they going to what are they going to do not see these guys? Are they going to just ignore the will of what half a million people? I know. They're already talking about impeaching judge Janet and Wisconsin who just got elected by almost 20 points over her opponent, right? And then the democratic government. I think that's what not only we should do, but everybody should spend the money for crying out loud and show these morons really what's going on. Thanks everybody have a great weekend. Thank you. Thank you. We'll take no further questions. Laura in Virginia, hello Laura. Hello. Hello. I just wanted to say, I'm so disgusted, but not surprised, the Tennessee Fox News report online. The first sentences allowed a group of demonstrators stormed the Tennessee capital, just like the potency reps were doing in the house essay, they're trying to portray this as the same thing as January 6th, which is ridiculous to discussing. And Nicole Wallace really called him out yesterday. She was talking about their attempts to try to portray it as very sexy. Like, nobody pooped in the capitol. No law enforcement were maimed or established cycles, no law enforcement had their weapons taken. Thanks for their lives. Nobody says military style for missions of storm, the Tennessee capital. Laura, it's disgusting. This was a peaceful protest. They keep calling January 6th. Oh, that was a peaceful protest. This is their right to protest. No, that was not a peaceful protest. Tennessee was a peaceful protest. I mean, it is. What they're doing. Exactly. And the irony is the fox continues prize and the GOP try to play down the January 6th. Just, oh, it was just tourists and fun, but then when it's to their advantage, they're like, oh, look at this, which really was peaceful. It's just like this that wears an eye. It's just the world's gone insane. Yeah. They are literally an anti of not literally peeing and pooping on America. They pooped on the capitol, and one legislator peeing did another legislators seat. And did not get ejected. Nope
"laura hello" Discussed on The Maverick Paradox Podcast
"In this episode, I speak to Laura red and about how the critical skills of parenting are essential for leadership. She shares how to use your social and emotional skills at work in what happens if you don't. In this conversation we learn how to deal with responding to conflict in the workplace in a more graceful way. I create a cliff and decisive leaders who can amplify their influence, contact me to find out how I can help you or your organization. And today our guest is Laura red and hi Laura. Hello.
"laura hello" Discussed on Double Tap Canada
"They're all doing these zombie things. What else is to be done? We've just walked into a big trap. Oh? Well, double tap is considered an action or a zombie, isn't it? It is, yes, zombieland. So people could be listening to this right now, getting the wrong idea, but the show. I remember the first time. But get the wrong idea that this show and taking us a bit zombies. No, no, it's a tech show, honestly. It is. I think we should park zombie talk there. In part tech as well. So here's the thing. We got lots of emails. We also feedback from all of you and honestly, I love all of it. I do. Even the stuff where, you know, even today, even today's the most of us against me. That's fine. That's okay. I'm okay with that. I love discussion. I love to beat. Which is good news because we have plenty of it today. We're going to start with Greg, because Greg and Pennsylvania has been in touch. He's been, of course, he said lots to say on my decision to stay on Twitter. And following on my recent comments over the last week, which I'm not going to go back over again, you are the one talking about, but just to follow up on that, Greg has responded. His email, of course, as always, read by Laura. Hello, Steven. You say that people leaving Twitter has no effect, Twitter being boycotted by human rights groups and disability activists and their sympathizers has caused Twitter to lose hundreds of their biggest advertisers and dramatically reduce their ad revenues. And the companies who might have been tempted to cut costs and cut their accessibility departments as a cost cutting measure see this. Boycotts, strikes, and other forms of protest have a long history and a well established record of initiating positive social change. Without such protests in the past, we would have no disability rights legislation anywhere in the world. You can say leaving has no effect, but you are clearly factually wrong to say so. The Twitter boycott is clearly affecting Musk, whether or not it changes his behavior, is not the main outcome expected. is that companies see what is publicly acceptable, staying on Twitter is in effect signaling that you are willing to accept the behavior of Musk in exchange for the benefit you get from Twitter. It's the equivalent of a scab crossing a union picket line.
"laura hello" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing
"Laura. Hello, I've got an exclusive interview with an international star and also gossip on the entertainer that's had so much plastic surgery, his fans don't recognize him. He's a funny color as well. That's all coming up right here on the briefing with me M and elson. Let's begin with a story which is moving as we speak. The prime minister Rishi sunak is in Northern Ireland, amid speculation that a deal on the Northern Ireland protocol could be struck as soon as next week and the signs are hopeful to find out what we know so far and what could happen. I am joined by the Financial Times political editor George Parker. Welcome back, George. Hello. So this is moving today. It's moving in the right direction, isn't it? But before we look at the progress, could you just briefly, if possible recap the problem that we're facing here? Well, the problem is that Brexit through a conundrum, which was Northern Ireland, the Northern Ireland question. It was the question about how you kept open the border between Northern Ireland and the republic. Which obviously is to try to keep open because the problems that caused the troubles which lasted for 25 years in Northern Ireland. So having an open border on the unveiling was crucial. However, Brexit created the problem of having a trade border between the UK and the EU. And to keep open the land border in Ireland, it was agreed by Boris Johnson in his 2019 Brexit deal that instead there will be checks on goods coming across the Irish sea from Great Britain into Northern Ireland, which of course is part of the UK. And that is a huge problem if you're a Northern Ireland unionist because you see it as putting barriers up within your own country. And that essentially has been the conundrum that people have been trying to address for the last three years. And it has also cost people dear when it comes to business. Yeah, because what it means is that if you're a UK company shipping things across the Irish sea, you've faced delays, you face additional bureaucracy and having to put some new labels on, custom declarations to send things into another part of the UK internal market. So that's the problem that people have been trying to fix. I should say also, by the way, that the Northern Ireland protocol, the thing we're talking about does put Northern Ireland in an enviable position because it's the only place in Europe, which has one foot in the UK market and another foot in the European single market. So it's a great place for investment, but if you're a unionist who believes in the sanctity of the United Kingdom, then you don't like the idea of having a border in the Irish sea. So reducing those checks on trade between the British mainland and Northern Ireland is what everyone has been trying to resolve over the last three years.
"laura hello" Discussed on Obsessed
"Trying to make it. But we have laura here to set a straight to kick our financial butts into gear and we are so excited to have laura sexton here with us. Welcome laura hello. Hello nice eloy your first time being on our obsessed podcast and we have to ask you the million dollar question. One argue obsessed about other than clubhouse which is where we all met there. Couple things obsessed about. I'm obsessed with my children. I've three and they take up all my time when i'm not working with my clients but to not be on the big level i have. These friction pins that are permanent ink pens that you can race and it's my new favorite thing. I'm madly obsessed with them. Wait friction pens like explain that a little bit to us because we could become easily obsessed with us as well so this is my friction hen by pilot. it has an eraser and so this one's pink. Because that's how i like to do things and it's spelled f. r. i. x. i o n and erases with heat so the eraser is warm and it takes the heat extinct out of the page. I don't know how it works. But i'm obsessed with a love that and what christ point of that friction pen by the way. Oh my goodness it's like. I bought seven for ten bucks. And it's all the colors. Yes now and thank you. Laura and i think this is a conversation that we need to have personally and i think a lot of people don't have the conversation because finances you know talking about money it's really Can be scary for a lot people. Yeah there's a lot of shame around money for some reason. There's a lot of guilt. There's a lot of negative energy around money and part of that's cultural part of that. You know people come in and they're you know. Money is the root of all evil. We hear this a lot. Churches which is not actual scripture scripture. Actually says the love of money is the root of all evil is degreed. It's the things you'll do get money. That's that's where there's a tendency towards evil so. I think that one thing we can do is start having the conversation. Start having an openly with my children. I have three children like i said i have a five year old a two year old almost one year old and we talk about money. We talked about many in the house. I asked my five year old. Say hey where does money come from. She has money comes from work and she does it out..
"laura hello" Discussed on Paranormal Analytical
"laura hello" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"The most respectful talk show host in the galaxy. That guy needs to change the station. Thank you. I get all pissy it people from time to time because I'm human. Um, as Dr Aztec, Diego says CNN oozes and oozes. Hypocritical biases aren't the same college football stadiums filled with the educated, sophisticated ones that went to Obama's 60th. I get what you're trying to say. There I I get it. Um I, It was you could not help but knows First of all Saturday I was in hog heaven not only was at college football galore. But I mean, it wasn't the usual power school versus some You know, Week program somewhere this were these were These were really good games and they were really close. And they were they were they were. I was. I thought they were fantastic, but you could not help. Because there were a lot of close games that the the stadiums Came alive. I mean, and they were packed. There wasn't an empty seat. I bet you I watched four or five, maybe six games over the weekend, all the way up to last night. And the stadiums were jammed. And I thought about it. I looked and I thought, Oh, That's good to see. People are like I said, People are living pretty much The way you want to live. We know the virus is out there, but it's not. I don't want to say it's it's not. It's still you know, you roll the dice. I'm vaccinated. I'm glad I am. If I get the virus, I think the most it'll happen will be get a head cold or something. My gosh, half of the staff here. This got gun has has been backed has been has gotten breakthrough viruses. They're vaccinated yet they came down with covid. None of them got seriously ill. But because of the rules they had to leave. Well, um, I was I was thrilled because it was, it showed that people are living their lives again. 855295 6600 Laura in Reno. Hello, Laura. Hello. Hello. Can you hear me? I'm sorry. Yes. Hello. Okay. Good. Okay. So anyway, I just wanted to comment on you're concerned about How long is this going to go on? And is it ever going to end We have all these variants. I think they're going through the alphabet basically. So, uh, yes, they are. I got I got it. I got a tweet. I got a tweet from cyber loafing, saying it's not EMU. It's moved. Like the cow, right? It's the letter in the Greek alphabet like the delta, but yeah, that was Alpha and beta, Beta delta gamma lamb and move. And we already have. We already got up to move. I didn't I mean, like, yeah. Oh, yeah. Yeah, we're there. What happened? Here is what happened. What happened to want to take a lot of time? Okay. What I want to just say is to your concern about how long is this going to go on? Yeah. Here's Here's my Take, who control whoever controls the data controls the virus. So who controls the data? The W H O the N I H. The CDC, the public Health department. They control the data they decide. Oh, we got a hot spot here. We've got a cool spot there, you know, Got to have mass gotta have lockdowns, etcetera, etcetera. So my warning to all your listeners is take a look at what is happening in Australia. Just today. Oh yes, Amir of Victoria said. We're not just going to have a covid economy. We're going to have a vaccinated versus unvaccinated economy and if you are not vaccinated You will be out of the economy. So I think we need to pay very close attention to those kinds of draconian measures. These poor people in Australia, Laura, they don't know what to do. I know I know their over the top down under That sounds weird, but we're already there. There's already two economies. There's a lot of people that are saying you can't work here and lift your vaccinated. The private sector is doing it. You know that? Something. Do you think that's something that we should learn to live with? Like we've learned to live with masking ourselves masking our innocent Children? I mean, that is That's an abomination straight up. And how much more.
"laura hello" Discussed on Break The Rules
"Laura. Hello welcome to another addition and the breaking roles podcasts where we talk about quitting noise and the health food events world today. We're talking about a topic near and dear to a lot of your hearts which is when you're hitting feelings in your health. What to do end finding answers when it doesn't seem like doctors can help you and samantha's do back is the ceo of bounced hell which is an international by residents. Testing facilities. Can say that five times but she really started gone tile out of her own effort to help others that suffer like she wants dead. After a debilitating struggle with chronic lyme disease innovation dedication and sheer compassion she has brought to the forefront as one of the leaders environments testing. And so they were to learn all about what by residents sensing heads or one as well as to hear some more about the story in Really finding the answers to the ceilings that she upsetting so random things that much for coming on the show. And if you could just give us a little bit more background about who you are and what you're doing this work they're doing in the world yes absolutely. Thanks for having me on dr lauren. It's so nice to chat with you today. Yeah it's It's a unique process and understanding by resonance testing. And how. I found myself here. Unagi my little back story I used to be in the down. chicago our doesn't engineer in the manufacturing industry. And i run on a cruiser. That was down the caribbean. I thought i came back. Had way too much fun. Just staying up late and drinking too much and all that stuff and over the course of the week. I'm like wow. That must've gotten flu or on getting really sick. And throughout to the next few weeks. I got to the point where i was. Basically bedridden went to the doctor and they didn't find anything significant and it continued to progress to point. Where wasn't walking. I was having a hard time. Forming sentences cognitively. Just kind of getting really confused on a regular basis and that progressed on and on for four years and every single doctor i went to was. Will you blood work is great. I can't hide anything that Wrong lacorte healthy as a horse. It's all in your head and so you get to this point where you're told that you're healthy based on your bloodwork in your your analysis and all these other things you do start to believe you're you're you're not is so i did a month long. Stay at a hospital at a record hospital and was worked up from head to toe and left there with us slew of basically antidepressants and things. Like that. and i left there going okay. This is not going to help me. I don't think anyone to be able to help ease so at that moment i went on my own health journey. I started to play with my diet. And you know read on the internet weird crazy things to try and when you're in a desperate state when you are so ill you're gonna try anything and of those things really helped me a but not to the point where i was part of society and so i ended up meeting chatting with this woman. She got to go. See this this doctor..
"laura hello" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"The male female hour. Wednesday. Second hour. I'm Dennis Prager. Were you in any way surprised by your spouse's reaction to two tests? That occurred in this past year and a half. Covert slash locked down. And the riots. I can imagine a couple In which the reactions to both different tremendously. One being very covert lockdown being very supportive of lockdown, extremely fearful. To the point. There are I know of such people. There were people who didn't leave their home for a year, especially in New York City. Where the panic was greatest. My opinion. Extent that you can quantify Hammock and where in You might have a couple One to say we've got to get out of this apartment and we got to get the kids to play with other kids, and the evidence is none of them all. It's too dangerous to have our kids play with other kids. That would be an example of Difference. Then there's the riot. America's racist Might, one might say We have to go. Support. BLM and the other one said, What are you kidding? Countries of blessing. Whether you're black or white. These people are tearing down the country. That's pretty different reaction. So those those are two possibilities, If indeed there was an issue. All right, So we have a caller from Naples, Italy. And that's Laura. Hello, Laura. Hi, Dennis. Hi. So we we are a Department of defense family and had the opportunity to come to Italy. Um, last year and in fact arrived on March the 11th. Of 2020. And when the jet lag wore off, we were essentially told Welcome to Italy. Stay in your hotel. Until further notice. And that ended up We're three small Children with us between the ages of five and 11. You know, one room hotel room in outside of Naples. And if that lasted for 111 days, But that thing that Woz and of course you don't know what Gonna happen or how people react until they're actually in these situations, Right? That's what that's what I call it a test. You know, I don't think we would have got through this as well as we have without my husband and his Constant support of we're going to make life as normal as possible. Were not gonna live in fear. We're not gonna let the kids think that there's anything to be afraid of. That? Um Yes, there are people wearing masks and we do we have to do we weigh in. Some cases have to salute smartly, but on carry on, But when we can We're not gonna follow the crowd. Um when We don't really have to go. Still I have to commend you both. I mean, five people in one room for 111 days. I get claustrophobic thinking about it. Before we left. The kids were way were something of a family in crisis. Kids weren't getting along and I threatened them at one point that we were if we had to. We were gonna sign of his missionaries and go live in Mongolia and a yogurt. Until you kids to get along. I prefer the earth to what you had actually one room hotel. A one room hotel in Italy is like a year with room service and so we could get that. 100 or so you did. You were able to leave the room for walks, though. Um, you know, so this is one of the great things about Southern Italy is that they have the sense of not wanting to be dictated by other people, What they're going to do or how they're going to do it. The owner of the hotel turns the hotel into Ah, home complex. So he said. Anybody wants to come downstairs on do you are we are a family Well, and that was helping. Yes. Well, that proves thank you. Thank you so much. That proves one of the I think, as soon as I say, you'll think it's obvious, but I don't think people think about it that much. Individuals or everything. Individuals shape history, individuals shape your life. And Especially well, both for good and for bad. Handful of bad people do a staggering amount of damage. And a handful of good people. It was staggering amount of good. Although it's much easier to do mass evil than mass good, just the way it works in life. That bathroom a good example. What? What if she had had a hotel owner who hotel manager? Whatever it was Who's freaked out. Are you kidding? I'm gonna have people like I could see in America. Maybe not in Italy. I'm sorry to say this. I could see in America, a hotel manager thinking I can't have people gather in the In the lobby. What if somebody gets covert and ties will be sued? How much of American life is governed by fear of being sued. It's not quantifiable. But it is enormous. Will be sued, will be sued. That's it governs. Businesses. More than any other fact that more than what will sell Will we be sued? Okay, Let's get two more of you here. On Granbury, Texas, Matthew Hello. Dennis. Sorry today. I'm well, Thank you. Yeah, My wife and I. We didn't deal with a lot of the riot, so that's not really relevant. We're about 30 Minutes south west of Fort Works were kind of a suburb before work. But, um, the.
"laura hello" Discussed on I'm Not In An Abusive Relationship
"Water regional hospital and so our guest today laura cope has is someone i would consider an expert in in this field in with this question And so. I am honored and privileged to welcome laura to the show laura. Hello hello Thank you for joining us. And my first question to set this up for listeners. When i said saying nurse first of all there's a humorous part of me that says are you saying with what you see. 'cause has drive you insane but that aside sane s. a. n. e. What does that stand for. And what does that mean for your work. that stanford sexual assault nurse examiner and we are all registered nurses but we have a very specialized training in The treatment and care of sexual assault patients that come in to see us so if if the victim is assaulted. Do i hear you say that you are the person who would a sane nurse would be the person who would hopefully intake them to to check them out. Make sure they're okay then to like. We hear the term rape kit used. Is that part of what you do. That is People come to see us through the emergency department at pro america They would come in and make it registered a triage like any other patient and then one of us. There's four of us in this program. One of us would be called in to see that patient and we would take them through the whole process. They do not have to see the er position. They only see us which makes very nice a lot of times for victims. I can only imagine what it's like. I don't know if you've been can't imagine the trauma that they face the everything that goes with it and to have someone there ask you all these questions. Can you shed a little bit ally for listeners. what is it like on on your end. What do you try to do to to help. Make them feel welcome and heard and taken care of while. I think our goal is to have when they leave or department. They leave us to go home that they're in a much better place than when they came in A lot of people and victims to get the ideal from what they see on. tv That these are horrible exam. That's going to be a terrible thing and we all kinds of terrible things and that really is not the way it is especially from those of us who are trained to do this on. We make them very comfortable. We have a nice private room that we see them in. It's quiet it's safe. And we get the through very easily. Were very kind professional and We got them through it very well in many times when they leave they say to hustles in as bad as i thought it was going to be which which is what we want it to be so for those who this happens to. I want to reiterate what you just said. Laura when those survivors walk out. It's not as bad as what i thought it was. This is not what we see on. Tv this is not law and order. Svu is not movie. This is a this a human being behind this behind the scenes. Who wants to help you work through the initial trauma of this. That what i hear you say yes. We think we do a very good job of that. In our program will be of the community and listeners. Thank you for what you do in your department does and what pro medica colada regional hospital does so. I'd like to ask this big big question. That i had the the faq Is most violence against women committed by strangers or by someone they know well in about eighty eighty five percent of the time is going to be fences are committed by someone that they know. Certainly they are committed by strangers with a very small portion of this Can be a friend a good friend of family member of someone they work with someone they just met and most recently it's someone they met online which we see a lot of to what Most of the time someone that they know in in some way the the big questions how. How do we stop this right. And i've read an in recent years. I've got into this work myself. The the big answer is that we need to stop those who assault. But what can we do as humans just to keep ourselves safe whether this is violence against women or anyone who could potentially be a victim. If it's somebody that i know should i be looking at everybody. I know as a danger. How do i protect myself. Well we hope that we don't have to live that way. But i think you have to be cautious especially in males and females to and certainly happens to meals You just have to be cautious especially meeting people online or elm one of the big problems that we see as with alcohol it makes you very vulnerable and may have been a great situation to start with but t and put a little alcohol in the mix and that causes problems and people do things that they might not ordinarily do. They were worse so huge. Horrible their dolls. Our senses and everything else and enroll alcohol. Is you know it's it's never the victims fault you know in that question of well was she. Drinking is never okay to ask. It's the it's the assailant is the one at fault. But yeah protecting ourselves is what's important and so you know watch. Is it a matter of like watching how much we drink around people that we don't necessarily know that well or is it. Just i mean we just. We shouldn't get that drunk anyway. I mean you know but you know. Yeah i mean what what should we say for instance i have. I have daughters teenagers and they'll be going to college soon. What should i tell them as they go off to college and they're beginning to party induce do what teenagers tend to seem to do. What advice should i give them to protect themselves again. I think they have to be very cautious. They have to be smart about where they're going who they're going with more with route on. That's one of the best things and make sure that somebody is watching you. Watch each other and care about each other. What's going on you see someone that's trying to get you outside or somewhere. Warm lead somebody step up and speak up so laura. Let's say is say the worst case in happens. I'm assaulted and i again. I can't even imagine all of the things that go on in that trauma. In that moment. If i can get my wits about me. What is the first thing that.
"laura hello" Discussed on Kinky Katie's World
"So the salary is making making our pigs gay now. Just horny thought ted cruz. Making the frogs k. That i've heard of yes tag cruz. Definitely making the frogs gay from our water or something. I don't know what are the. What are the awesome series of in now. He's invading mexico mexican frogs now have gay pigs. Kate how how the hell of prague's reproduced allocate. If they're just banging each other they have they. We gotta have pork pork right away. The weekend has landed. all the exists. Now is clubs drugs. Pope's pies of got four hours off from the world man. I'm going to blow steam. I'd like a screaming cal. I'm going to catch to strangers all night. I'm going to lose plot on the dance floor. The free radicals inside me a freaking tonight. I'm chip travolta and three a popper. I'm going to never neverland with my chosen family. Man we're going to get more spiced out than neil armstrong date. Tonight could be a personal life quitting my backburner what's and now live from rule. Thirty four studio. I bring you a girl who made it through olive twenty twenty without shaving her head your host. The one the only can be katie. Oh laura hello and welcome to the show this is key katie's world number three forty six i'm your host kinky katie and youth is always is one of the hardest working man in Podcast well in this company. My favorite plus covered puck toy. Mr. sc we are coming to you. Live from real real ruled thirty four studios gigging radio dot com radio cast. Yeah we have a lot of stuff to talk about tonight how to get from subject to subject. I am going to do my damndest whatever. Hey i'm gonna. I'm gonna go see my pay her. I've listened stephanie. We'll get to. We get hurt if not well. I guess why change what you normally do puts okay. We get this stuff it happens. We talk about stuff. I'm really isam smut baby's okay. Sure you will i. I'll do my confidence in you. There's there's a really weird one that that a fan sent me an win. What one article that. 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"laura hello" Discussed on Doug Miles Media
"This is wls am l. Pfm six point five and sarasota time now for the big band files with doug miles. Let's begin were laura hello you got me so well. What do you do separate by surprise you. Wish one thing is for show some know it. I never thought my arguably had a Ooh ooh me by surprise. You wish one thing is for show. Data thought my god. Those fingers in my scripts might conscience. It's witchcraft and i've got no defense. But he it is true intense. It was common sense. Boris through sprout witchcraft. Brickley round your one year leading made. It is such paint one that i never swift burying no nicer than you witchcraft. Witchcraft strictly Indeed with year leading mates it is such an ancient one swift very. No nicer wins. And then you're a lovely which you're not right there. Every appropriate tune right witchcraft with the nelson riddle orchestra from.
"laura hello" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"This so easy to discern for most Americans. On the one hand, Twitter can't or cut kicking trump off of Twitter. Twitter can't say we're going to ban the president. Because we're way don't want we want to regulate his speech. But then everything on the other side that condemns him goes. You don't hear leftists or or angry rhetoric or violent rhetoric being being shut down. You don't hear Twitter. In other words, Twitter can't survive. By picking and choosing picking winners and losers and partner gets shut down. The shutting down of parlor I believe, and I could be wrong. It's going to be the bridge too far. It's gonna be the mist Ake that big tech has made that will try to right this ship. Let's see if you agree or not. Debbie, we'll start with you, Debbie. Thanks for joining us. How are you? I'm not good. Listen. The main point here is not whether we've got to decide whether Twitter is a publisher or not. Our president was censored. That is wrong. That's against the law. I don't care if they're liberal conservative. Whatever you do not get to censor the president. What about what about a United States senator who had a book deal? And gets his book deal ripped out from under him by Simon and Schuster situation. Think of it. I'm sick of it. I'm telling you on America. I'm 60 years old in two days. Mike 60 0. I'm telling you that this is outrageous. I've had it and I believe our president when he said. Socialism will not take over America. I don't know what's going to happen in the next seven days. But by God, I'm gonna be enough of normal Americans that like you and me and millions and millions of Americans who are Stunned by what what is trying to be accomplished right now, But I want to. I want to really have because I admit I know what? I don't know. I don't know all the ins and outs of this whole debate. Over section 2 30. The Internet law. I don't know what it is. It's it's section 2 30 of the Communications Decency Act. I need tech savvy people to, uh, make me understand. How does Twitter survive? By kicking the president off Twitter. But parlor meat needs to be taken down and crushed because People were posting threats against the life of vice president Pence. Someone has to explain that to me. Somebody has to explain that to me eight and I'm going to try to reserve a line for somebody who's savvy and can explain section 2 30. So we understand it because this is so blatant to me. It didn't even a close call quickly, though. Laura here at 1 806 55, Mike one open loan for line for you, by the way. Hi, Laura. Hello. Hi. What do you think? I must go take a different perspective on it. I was not necessarily talking about the section 2 30, But I was talking thinking of like the big companies in general, that sensor people Because they have rules. So let's take. I'm living in central Florida, for example, and you have Universal and Disney and Sea world who kind of rule the central Florida area with the laws and what they represent. And I remember when Fred Phelps was coming. Do you remember him? The bat Westboro Baptist guy on business, E and Universal and, um, Seaworld all took a stand and said he will not be coming on their property ever. Because of the hate that he was speaking. That's an interesting thing, because when he let me go to you, like, quickly go to hang on. We got your point real quick because you make a good one. So Disney has this huge area of property in central Florida. That sort of quasi, I, you know Florida property, but it's also owned by Disney. They got their own fire department, right. I mean, it's a very It's kind of a mission. Make should go ahead. Finish that I didn't interrupt you, but I wanted to inject that. Quickly. Go ahead. Laura. Yes, they're huge. But they did all band together and say they're not having Fred Phelps come here and speak. You know with him because they thought it was just amazing. How does Twitter than exist? How does Twitter exist? When parlor has to be shut down, then, when they banded together to take down parlor Parlor.