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"lavon" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

01:33 min | 3 weeks ago

"lavon" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Josh Lavon is got out of prison. You're looking to parole. Is that correct? Yes, sir. And he let me follow him around with a microphone. I'm not too happy about being 39 years old and in prison. Losing everything. Because the first half of my life hasn't worked out so great. I wanted to tell Joshua's story because I thought he could help the rest of us. See what makes it so hard for people who get out of prison to stay out of prison. What's scary about for all coming back here? I set out to tell a story about a system. Are they out there? Just waiting for me to hang myself. Does he? There help be? What I got was a lot more than I bargained for. Chris is calling and ambulance has that ever happened before? This'll is a story about life after prison about honesty and deception. I'm not a drug addict. Coke pills don't do heroin, and then all that crap. It's about the stories we tell ourselves. About who we think we are. It was just a sour relationship. I had threw me into a table and it's a story about a man who thinks he knows what he's up against. If I could stay focused on my goals, I'll be good when, in fact, he.

Josh Lavon Joshua Chris first half 39 years old
"lavon" Discussed on 550 KFYI

550 KFYI

01:38 min | 3 weeks ago

"lavon" Discussed on 550 KFYI

"Josh Lavon is got out of prison. You're looking to parole. Is that correct? Yes. And he let me follow him around with a microphone. I'm not too happy about being 39 years old and in prison. Losing everything. Does. The first half of my life hasn't worked out so great. I wanted to tell Joshua story because I thought he could help the rest of us. See what makes it so hard for people who get out of prison to stay out of prison. What's scary about for all coming back here? I set out to tell a story about a system. Are they out there? Just waiting for me to hang myself there. Help be. What I got was a lot more than I bargained for. Chris is calling and ambulance. Has that ever happened before. This'll is a story about life after prison. It's about honesty and deception. I'm not a drug addict. Coke pills don't do heroin, and then all that crap. It's about the stories we tell ourselves about who we think we are. It was just a sour relationship. I had me into a table, and it's a story about a man who thinks He knows what he's up against. If I could stay focused on my goals, I'll be good when, in fact, he has no idea what he's up against. You fell backward.

Josh Lavon Chris Joshua first half 39 years old
"lavon" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:52 min | 3 weeks ago

"lavon" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"How fast can people start noticing results? Everybody's body is different For some people. It could be a matter of days or weeks, some a few months. But most people will notice results within the first month. We have over a 90% success rate with a 10 year successful track record. Amazing, Dr West. I have some more testimonials for our listeners to hear. But first I really was interested to hear what other doctors I think of the G H our platinum I have Dr Lavon on the phone now, Doctor Lavon, You are an endocrinologist. How are you doing? Well, thank you. Great. So what is your experience with the G H our platinum? I have a great deal of experience for the past several years because I have many patients who come in. From every age, and I look at the whole picture and see what do we need to do to treat them to make them better? And G H R has been one of the foremost agents that I've had in my whole career, which spans about 30 years. Okay, Great. So you obviously used the G h our platinum with your patients. What kind of results are they experiencing in general? And say it and increase in their performance. Whatever they do, which can be sports or music or their work, meaning they have greater strength. They have greater endurance. Have greater cognitive ability. They have greater awareness. They have greater perception in their life, experience and relationships. So it seems like thr platinum has an overall. Great effectiveness in these types of patients. Okay. Awesome. Sounds like there are other products out there. Why did you choose to use the G H our platinum above all the others. Dolly. Just looking at what is in product is a tape number one that's foremost in my mind..

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"lavon" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM

KPRC 950 AM

01:38 min | Last month

"lavon" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM

"Josh Lavon is got out of prison. You're looking to parole. Is that correct? Yes. And he let me follow him around with a microphone. I'm not too happy about being 39 years old and imprison losing everything. Does. The first half of my life hasn't worked out so great. I wanted to tell Joshua story because I thought he could help the rest of us. See what makes it so hard for people who get out of prison to stay out of prison. What's scary about for all coming back here? I set out to tell a story about a system. Are they out there? Just waiting for me to hang myself there. Help be. What I got was a lot more than I bargained for. Chris is calling and ambulance. Has that ever happened before. This'll is a story about life after prison. It's about honesty and deception. I'm not a drug addict. Coke pills don't do heroin, and then all that crap. It's about the stories we tell ourselves about who we think we are. It was just a sour relationship. I had thrown me into a table and it's a story about a man who thinks He knows what he's up against. If I could stay focused on my goals, I'll be good when, in fact, he has no idea what he's up against. You fell backward.

Josh Lavon Chris Joshua first half 39 years old
"lavon" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

01:41 min | 2 months ago

"lavon" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

"Josh Lavon is got out of prison. You're looking to parole. Is that correct? Yes. And he let me follow him around with a microphone. I'm not too happy about being 39 years old and in prison. Losing everything. Because the first half of my life hasn't worked out so great. I wanted to tell Joshua story because I thought he could help the rest of us. See what makes it so hard for people who get out of prison to stay out of prison. What's scary about for all coming back here? I set out to tell a story about a system. Are they out there? Just waiting for me to hang myself there. Help be. What I got was a lot more than I bargained for. Chris is calling and ambulance has that ever happened before? This'll is a story about life after prison about honesty and deception. I'm not a drug addict. Coke pills don't do heroin. And then all that crap. It's about the stories we tell ourselves about who we think we are. It was just a sour Relationship I had He threw me into a table and it's a story about a man who thinks he knows what he's up against. If I could stay focused on my goals, I'll be good when, in fact, he has no idea what he's up against. You fell backward and you went stiff..

Josh Lavon Chris Joshua first half 39 years old
"lavon" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

01:37 min | 2 months ago

"lavon" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

"Josh Lavon is got out of prison. You're looking to parole. Is that correct? Yes, sir. And he let me follow him around with a microphone. I'm not too happy about being 39 years old and in prison, losing everything. Because the first half of my life hasn't worked out so great. I wanted to tell Joshua's story because I thought he could help the rest of us. See what makes it so hard for people who get out of prison to stay out of prison. What's scary about for all coming back here? I set out to tell a story about a system. Are they out there? Just waiting for me to hang myself there. Help be. What I got was a lot more than I bargained for. Chris is calling and ambulance has that ever happened before? This'll is a story about life after prison about honesty and deception. I'm not a drug addict. Coke pills don't do heroin, and then all that crap. It's about the stories we tell ourselves. About who we think we are. It was just a sour relationship. I had threw me into a table and it's a story about a man who thinks he knows what he's up against. If I could stay focused on my goals, I'll be good when, in fact, he has no idea what he's up against. You fell.

Josh Lavon Joshua Chris first half 39 years old
"lavon" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

01:38 min | 2 months ago

"lavon" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

"Josh Lavon is got out of prison. You're looking to parole. Is that correct? Yes. And he let me follow him around with a microphone. I'm not too happy about being 39 years old and in prison, losing everything. Because the first half of my life hasn't worked out so great. I wanted to tell Joshua story because I thought he could help the rest of us. See what makes it so hard for people who get out of prison to stay out of prison. What's scary about for all coming back here? I set out to tell a story about a system. Are they out there? Just waiting for me to hang myself. Does he? There help be? What I got was a lot more than I bargained for. Chris is calling and ambulance Has that ever happened before. This'll is a story about life after prison. It's about honesty and deception. I'm not a drug addict. Coke pills don't do heroin, and then all that crap. It's about the stories we tell ourselves about who we think we are. It was just a sour relationship. I had thrown me into a table and it's a story about a man who thinks He knows what he's up against. If I could stay focused on my goals, I'll be good when, in fact, he has no idea what he's up against. You fell backward.

Josh Lavon Chris Joshua first half 39 years old
"lavon" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:39 min | 2 months ago

"lavon" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Josh Lavon is got out of prison. You're looking to parole. Is that correct? Yes. And he let me follow him around with a microphone. I'm not too happy about being 39 years old and in prison. Losing everything because the first half of my life hasn't worked out so great. I wanted to tell Joshua story because I thought he could help the rest of us. See what makes it so hard for people who get out of prison to stay out of prison. What's scary about for all coming back here? I set out to tell a story about a system. Are they out there? Just waiting for me to hang myself. Does he dare to help me? What I got was a lot more than I bargained for. Chris is calling and ambulance has that ever happened before? Oh, this'll is a story about life after prison. It's about honesty and deception. I'm not a drug addict. Coke pills don't do heroin. And then all that crap. It's about the stories we tell ourselves about who we think we are. It was just a sour relationship. I had threw me into the table, and it's a story about a man who thinks he knows what he's up against. If I could stay focused on my goals, I'll be good when, in fact, he has no idea what he's up against. You fell backward and.

Josh Lavon Chris Joshua first half 39 years old
"lavon" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:04 min | 2 months ago

"lavon" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Lavon is got out of prison. You're looking to parole. Is that correct? Yes. And he let me follow him around with a microphone. I'm not too happy about being 39 years old and in prison. Losing everything. Does. The first half of my life hasn't worked out so great. I wanted to tell Joshua story because I thought he could help the rest of us. See what makes it so hard for people who get out of prison to stay out of prison. What's scary about for all coming back here? I set out to tell a story about a system. Are they out there? Just waiting for me to hang myself there. Help be. What I got was a lot more than I bargained for. Chris is calling and ambulance Has that ever happened before. This'll is a story about life after prison. It's about honesty and deception. I'm not a drug addict. Coke pills don't do heroin, and then all that crap. It's about the stories we tell ourselves about who we think we are. It was just a sour relationship. I had thrown me into a table and it's a story about a man who thinks He knows what he's up against. If I could stay focused on my goals, I'll be good when, in fact, he has no idea what he's up against. You fell backward and you went stiff. This is supervision from New Hampshire. Public radio's documenting Listen and follow this podcast for free on the I Heart radio app number one for music, radio and podcasts, all in one app. My heart where you Here are the top Kenny Chesney. Songs that you thumbed up. Number three. Get along..

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"lavon" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:38 min | 2 months ago

"lavon" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Josh Lavon is got out of prison. You're looking to parole. Is that correct? Yes, sir. And he let me follow him around with a microphone. I'm not too happy about being 39 years old and in prison. Losing everything. Does. The first half of my life hasn't worked out so great. I wanted to tell Joshua story because I thought he could help the rest of us. See what makes it so hard for people who get out of prison to stay out of prison. What's scary about for all coming back here? I set out to tell a story about a system. Are they out there? Just waiting for me to hang myself there. Help be. What I got was a lot more than I bargained for. Chris is calling and ambulance has that ever happened before? This'll is a story about life after prison. It's about honesty and deception. I'm not a drug addict. Coke pills don't do heroin. And then all that crap. It's about the stories we tell ourselves about who we think we are. It was just a sour Relationship I had He threw me into the table, and it's a story about a man who thinks he knows what he's up against. If I could stay focused on my goals, I'll be good when, in fact, he has no idea what he's up against. You fell backward.

Josh Lavon Chris Joshua 39 years old first half
"lavon" Discussed on The Jewish Story

The Jewish Story

07:09 min | 1 year ago

"lavon" Discussed on The Jewish Story

"For a strongman to rally as base Dan with a clear enemy. Okay out of Egypt into Israel, because while there were no revisions in Israel in the early fifties that we just described. We've already seen that the political situation there was far from stable. Let's just say internationally. The sense of isolation is growing. America was unquestionably at this point, the leading nation of the democratic world and initially had been the strongest supporters are after after all Harry Truman's decision to recognize the state defect, though was probably the most single most important political season that healthy come to be, but when President Eisenhower took office in Nineteen, fifty-three, his secretary of state. John Foster Dulles made it clear. That policy was now quote to steer a neutral course between Israel and its Arab antagonists in the Middle East. And that may sound Nice. But when Washington in London, immediately undertook negotiations to win air participation in Mutal East defense back. What was eventually known as the Baghdad agreement while pointedly excluding Israel from that very discussion. It seemed clear what such a neutral course was going to look like Reisen Howard. Ben, green and most of them have high leadership were deeply convinced that Israel's security lay to the west even with the new Republican Administration. That didn't seem to be giving them. It's year and frankly even if they've been willing to look to the east as some within the government advocated that door was shot as well then the Soviet Union had actually been the first country to grant, did your? Your legal recognition to the Jewish state they did it on May seventeenth, nineteen, forty, eight, only three days after Israel declared independence, and initially the Soviets put their money where their mouth was. Let's not forget. It was arms from Czechoslovakia provided with the Soviet backing that were critical to the Israeli victory in the forty eight war of independence, but after this the political winds began to shift around rapidly. This Soviet Union details stained from, and thus allow to pass a Security Council resolution in September of Nineteen fifty, one, which chastise Egypt for maintaining its blockade on ships bound for Israeli ports via the Suez. And that blockade of the Suez is going to be key 'cause of the coming war. But as the first years of the decade pass their voting records shifted clearly in favor of the Arab world until by early fifty four, they were vetoing even a grave concern and expression of concern over that very same blockade, which had inouye been lifted Israeli ships, and not just Israeli ships, but even foreign ships bound for Israeli ports were kept out of the Suez. Now it's not to mention the Russian sorry Soviet campaign. Campaign against what they called. Rootless cosmopolitans read Jews within the Soviet Union which in the early fifties led to numerous show trials, and even the executions of Jewish intellectuals by nineteen, fifty five Soviet Prime Minister Nikita Khrushchev was labeling Israel tool in the hands of the Western imperialists in their war against the Arab states horrible right, but as we'll see when we get to the next episode, it may not have been so untrue. So at this point is couldn't choose size in the cold. War even if she wanted to. Because neither side wanted her even the emerging nonaligned movement, the groups of mostly Third World nations that were refusing to join up to either size, they rejected the Jewish state because of the prominence of Arab countries like Egypt in its ranks. Now that was internationally domestically. As we've seen them up high ruled with an iron hand. Go back to the reparations episode, but. The government was still split as it had been since its inception between the military activists and diplomats. You can go back to episode six in this this season for really detailed account of their differences, but for now just recall that being green, who, at this point was both prime minister and defence minister was convinced that it was military, might of the idea that at one Israel's independence in only a posture of military strength was what would give the state international legitimacy. WHO This is the wrong world international reality? It wasn't looking to be legitimate. He was just looking to be safe on the other hand. Foreign Minister Moshe Eight believe deeply that international recognition was the key to survival, and that was something which can only be gained through moderating the very militant policies that angering. And of course an active diplomacy. Now though been green and Sherry, disagreed specifically on whether retaliatory raids or efforts at. With the Arabs were the best methods obscure the state, they both recognize that one way or another a well-equipped army made it all possible. In the early fifties, Israel face a qualitative and quantitative gap in comparison with the surrounding Arab armies just way around been greenwood later note in his journals. That time quote I could not sleep at night, and then even one second I had one fear in my heart, a combined attacked by all the Arab. Armies in his is the only solution to closing this military gap was to find an international patron who would arm the idea. This is consistent Zionist thinking in general, and particularly the Labor Zionist movement who had gone from? Britain to America's sort of and we're still looking that international patron who could give them not only a sense of legitimacy but security. So as I said most of them are pie. Leadership saw the US as the obvious choice, but you may recall if you've been paying attention to the details of the last I. don't know fifteen episodes. They're back in nineteen forty seven US place an embargo on arms sales in the Middle East in a failed effort to prevent war from breaking out. It may have been a noble tempted deescalate intention of the time, but they reinforced it with what was known as the Tripartite Declaration, in which the United States the British and the French all agreed not to sell arms to the combatants in the Middle East now declarations aside the British, continued to arm and train Jordan US did the same for Saudi Arabia, and before the Revolution in the very early fifties Egypt was even receiving arms from France and Italy. Now, if the embargo been enforced under Truman, it was even more complete under Eisenhower, not only was he absolutely unreceptive for Israeli. Please for arms the state. Department turned a cold shoulder and Daffy and anything else. You can think of to the repeated requests for at least a written security guarantee from the US government that said that in the event of a massive Arab pack that they would come to their assistance. Nevertheless, the foreign ministry meaning Moshe, eight, ambassador, to the United. States even remain, convince that the right set of Israeli policies would change the United States mind, but then came. Again go back to episode six for the story, but once Israel's policy of massive cross-border retaliation had blown up in such a spectacular way..

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"lavon" Discussed on The Jewish Story

The Jewish Story

07:10 min | 1 year ago

"lavon" Discussed on The Jewish Story

"The law of unintended consequences says historian Nile Ferguson is the only real law of history and is true. I definitely intend to do many things, but there's no real way of knowing where this story's going. 'cause I'm Mike Feuer and this is the Jewish story. Episode Thirteen Israel among the nation's part one the Lavonia Fair. Now I had a life changing experience. When I was in college, I was stuck in the fourteen thousand foot peak with three fends for more than twenty two hours. You was intense incredible, but looking back and I've done it many times together with my friends and by myself I can identify a chain of bad decisions that led to something which could have been. been a real tragedy, not just nor deal, but the truth of matter is. We got up in the morning inside to go for it instead of getting out of camp in an hour late it never occurred to any of us where such a choice might lead, and the same can always be said of the events that lie ahead in the Jewish story. Story because we're on our way to the Sinai campaign, of Nineteen six going to take us another episode or two to get, there is my guess, it's an act of political buccaneering. If I could call this, which in many ways we'll set the stage for the even more dramatic, Six Day War of one, thousand, nine, hundred, sixty seven, and since we basically. Basically live in a post. Sixty seven world here in Israel, I would be remiss as a storyteller and a student of history. If I didn't ask how on Earth did this all happen now I said this, not that because what I really want to know is about today. How did it come about that? Israel today is on one hand a regional power. Rooted in our local culture, able to project our might around the world and a thriving and dynamic society on the other hand, we are increasingly viewed as an interloper, a colonial transplant in the heart of the Middle East and not just by our Arab cousins around us, but even by many of our Jewish brothers and sisters back in the states, and frankly here in the country. So both storytellers and students of histories need to ask how things came out. I don't mean need to from a tactical sample. We have an inner need. That's what we tell stories while we learn history, but we need to be very careful once we've asked how things come about. In supposing that we can ever have a real answer because on one end when you look at history, there's no questions that the events make up the stories that we've been telling all along are the product of vast economic social cultural forces, but what bothers me is whether this means that the people in them who certainly believe the rational actors I mean I. Get up every day believing my choices, matter are no more than puppets. Are we just in the stream of world history as many historians by the way would have you think. But an epic force actually never did anything people do things, and therefore from the other perspective is that. Historic events are ultimately the product of human decisions. Yes, yes, shaped in constrained by the larger forces, therefore, it's worth mapping them out, but ultimately every decision is the product of the subjective elements in personality belief. Ideology Education Ego. And I! Frankly find the sort forces of history approach that social and economic historians tend to rely on downright disturbing I. Find it soothing, because it's disempowering and I find human decision making as the nexus of historical change frightening, because history is littered with the casualties of the law of unintended consequences and I've studied enough to know on some level. Yes, we are chips in the streams in March set. It correctly pointed out the history of all hitherto existing society is the history of class struggles. You don't have to believe in his sort of a dialectic materialism. His point is most of the real clashes throughout time happen on a scale above the individual and yet yet as a Jew. I know the power of human, action. God wouldn't have offered us a relationship of commanded nece if our actions didn't matter and frankly sieges, tell us not only do they matter that each of us has the power to bring about redemption in our own measure. So with approach of the Sinai Campaign Fifty six, we're about to jump on the fast track toward creating the world like I said which we note today. At least as far as Israel is concerned you along I'll make the argument. It's actually the world that everybody knows so, and we also have to recognize that. Despite the fact that we live in a post sixty seven world, the Jewish world in particular is undergoing a rapid evolution right now like I said I want. Want to keep our eyes on how it came to be in particular on how history's most downtrodden people, the bears of the sacred flame of human sanctity in the face of endless human evil have come to be seen as ourselves evil impurity oppressors in our own land, and like I, said not just by our enemies, also by many of our brothers and sisters. Some of you listening now may have these thoughts. Hey, man I have my moments so in order to do. Do this. We're going to have to follow the big forces at play. We need to understand the American Soviet Cold War struggle for influence in the Middle East. We need to understand postcolonial politics as the empire which ruled the world only a few years ago in our story begin to crumble, and we need to also keep our eye on the rising global economic integration in the role that oil plays in that amongst many other factors, but remember as we're going forward the. The Cold War itself never made a decision. postcolonial politics idea not an actor in the events lie ahead in our story, it will always be human beings who bring either triumph or tragedy, even if they're only channels themselves for greater forces, it might just be that this is what our sages met with the explanation of the Human Element in the ultimate redemption. If you look at the end of the Chapter Sixty in Isaiah nine twenty two, he says Catania. Ella Ella. To Illinois at. With the smallest chubby become a clan, the least a mighty nation I'm more interested in the second half. Although there's what to say about that. I ne- Sham Ito A. He Shanna I. The Lord will speed it. In due time in the sages picked up on. What seems to be a strange contradiction is as well as we did it mean speed it in due time, either it comes into time or you speed it up, and so they say I will speed. Meaning if we merit God will cause redemption to come more quickly, but you know eat, it will come in its time if we don't merit, it s will happen according to plan meaning that the big picture of redemption is coming, no matter what there is an evolution of human consciousness in society which lies over the horizon, and we're headed there in God's sweet time, the real question is whether we will be able to bring to bear truth in consciousness on our decisions in order to help it.

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"lavon" Discussed on Death by Misadventure: True Paranormal Mystery

Death by Misadventure: True Paranormal Mystery

06:05 min | 1 year ago

"lavon" Discussed on Death by Misadventure: True Paranormal Mystery

"Oh Steph Bennington spoke candidly to will lavon about his addiction and how the band's latest album one more light had helped him to come out of the darker nells fifty third birthday their sources say there was a partially empty bottle of alcohol in the room where he had died but the police.

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Probing the secrets of the feline mind

Science Magazine Podcast

09:06 min | 2 years ago

Probing the secrets of the feline mind

"Is all about scientists during these social mind cats in other words, how do they bond with us? How do the Hemu the Cate with us? How do they have the kind of learned involved to live with us and people been saying this dogs for decades? But nobody staying cats are not had been till recently, which was very upsetting for me. Because I really wanna story the story about how how smart cats are. But haven't had the opportunity to do. So until now Ray I mean, that's my question. Every time we do a look how smart is an well it understands the world and social interactions, and I'm like what about cats? I have a cat. He definitely tells me things he wants for sure. And I have two cats cat owners purely a lot of the stuff to be true. But it's one thing to sort of seed in your home. So they're being tested scientific. Right. Your cat made tell you. It's. Hungary. They tell you wants to go out with different cries. Hey, but how do you capture that and say how it works in cats, more, generally? It's right. So we'll kind of stuff what kind of questions were they asking about cats when you visit. The this lab in Oregon. This is a lab out in Oregon, Oregon state university. One of these are trying to vote how emotionally attached cats are to do the pick up on our motion cues in one of the experiments. They do is they actually have researcher go into a room with a cat. You know, the cats kinda freaked out because the weird environment cats leaving their home, the owner of been leaves the room in the cats alone by itself and other cats even more freaked out right, then the owner comes back in Africa. Couple minutes and often the cat will come greet the owner want get loved headed by the owner and will often happens. The cat will start Goff and explore the room on her own. So the cap may be starting to look into crevices to sniff around maybe play with toys, and a lucky would see that say, well, the cat crew doesn't care about the owner of the owner showed that back up. The cat was at high the owner than the cat went off again. But actually, this is a sign of the cat is emotionally tach. The owner will be socially attached the owner because the Kansas simply saying you're here. I know you are trust you now it can go off and do my cat thing. I can go explore this room. I feel safe that you're here. So dash he does short type of motion bonding the cats have with us, and they many able to do this with different pairs of animals and owners exactly they stay show this consistently and different cats have different personalities, not all cancer going to do this. But the fact that some cats will do this suggests that this is something that inherently cats are able to do they actually have this ability to be very emotionally and socially connected with us. Is that unexpected considering that they are domesticated animals, you know, it's weird. Because in some ways, we would expect domestic animals to be somewhat comfortable around us. But clearly, there's a range. I mean, a horse or cower chicken, there's a different relationship there that we have cats and dogs. Pigs aren't sleeping in our beds for most part, and we don't have horses in our house, so cats and dogs, you would think they would have to take this to the next level. They don't just need to be kind of. -cially aware and kind of emotional aware of us. But you have to have really be tuned into. They have to know. For example, what we mean, we make certain gestures are one of the beams experiments with dogs is your researchers will point at one of two bowls or go gaze at one of two balls and dogs actually will follow this very well. And it's the whole idea was allow dogs must be like so tune into us that they know what our gestures me 'cause even ship pansies, we pointed something they don't know what that means a lot of Amil struggle with especially with the gays. Look if you just look really quickly at something. This is something that's been very rarely observed any other type of animal so dogs really taking that to the next level that turns out cats can do that too. So the fact that cats and dogs can do it may suggest that they have this social bond with us the social intelligence that a lot of other animals, even other domestic animals might not have other kinds of domestication are often for service or jobs like you're gonna be food. You're going to my field. But with cats it's been much more like your. You're gonna live with me. Right. And that's one of the really surprising things. Here's to because cats and dogs have a very different background dogs. They were very heavily domesticated by people think they were heavily bred to be workers and kept pan-ion's helping us hunt, and do all these very complicated tasks, and so the idea was will dogs must be much more tuned into us because we've done this very aggressive domestication with them whereas cats as you alluded to share we kind of just once cats showed up and start hunting, mice and rats. We just kinda let them be cats. We didn't do a lot of stuff with them in terms of domestication. And yet we're seeing the cats of all a lot of the same skill set that dogs have which may indicate that this is the skill set. Both animals really need in order to live, and he's very close kind of intimate situations with human beings. This is something researchers were really doing while dogs got their day in the sun. But what other labs are involved in what kind of questions are they looking at right. And so in whether reasons I wrote the story is because before five or six. Ago. There was very little being done at least in terms of social intelligence on cats. And now we're seeing these labs pop up all over the world. So this is lavon Oregon is lobby. Mexico's couple out in Japan is a couple out in Turkey and they're starting variety things like the gays steady. I loot it to also other ideas with social attachments, if you go into a room with a scary object with your cat like a fan with streamers of this fans. Streamers are coming out of it. We got a picture of it in with the story. This is gonna freak out cat you expect an an often does. But what's really interesting is the owner behaves very calmly around objects even tries to quote unquote, make friends with says what a nice fan and to the cat like between meet this fan. It's such a nice fan. What was remarkable is some research has shown that the cats actually can take on these emotional cues in is freaking out the actually approach the fan. I saw can actually go up to just lie down right in front of it. The scary fan with streamers coming out as the owner was being very calm and really projecting. This very friendly. Calm state of mind of the cat seemed to be picking up. On. And what does that mean? That means again that you know, cats and similar work has been shown with dogs that they're very tuned into us as to what we're saying. But also how were feeling these really pick up on this these emotional cues that we let out a lot of the seems like something a cat owner or some a cat aficionado is tuned into their animals kind of expect. But other bigger questions that they're trying to answer. Besides, you know, do our cats understand us and kind of get things. Sometimes we'll, you know, one of these beer questions is what actually happened the horse domestication out, which is cats and dogs, but with it some of these other animals, we've been talking about and if we can figure out that even cats and dogs have similarities may see something about inherently some of the stuff that happens over domestication would air. Interesting things is that there's this idea that human beings actually, self domesticated in than we used to be very aggressive on cooperative species. And that we found a way to be much more friendly cooperative with each other and something very similar. We know or we suspect up with cats. They also self domes-. Iq as humans had seen with very little role in their domestication. And yet they were able to figure out a way to become more friendly and more cooperative and more used to living around other creatures than their ancestor was and so it's possible that we can tease apart with happened in the cab mind, we can maybe shed a little light about what happened in the human mind as well now. All right. So as a as a cat expert was there anything that you was prising to you as you were business labs and reading this new literature. Yeah. You know, I think one of the things that surprised me is that scientists actually get brave enough to study cats because nobody really wants to study cats you bring a dog into laboratory and a dog for the most part is really willing to do whatever you wanted to do dog'll sitting at mar I sit an MRI, it'll do trial trial trial of experiment, whereas cats are gonna freak out even if you come into their home stranger or these will participate. There's the cats they're gonna walk away into the other room. Even some the early experiments were replicated because the people that did them were just so frustrated with working outs. And was really surprising actually, kind of nice to see. He now is that a few brave souls like this group in organic in some of these other groups are taken other shot at and they're finding new ways to try to get them to participate in the experiments, and because of that we now have papers that are starting to come out that are really showing revealing all these things about cats that we may have suspected, but we didn't really know for sure scientifically until now is any of this research going to help us better care for our animals will. So if you look at the article, we have a table called how socially smart is your cat. Oh, and you can actually do some of these tests mobile simplified than with the you do you can try some of the stuff at home and figure out, you know, does your cat notes. Name how emotionally bonded to you is your cat. Independent is your cat is your cap refer you to food or vice versa. So those a few relatively simple experiments. You can do to figure out not only does this mean for all cat kind. But what does it mean for your particular cat as well as you do these tests? I haven't done yet. I think we did a name. Name test, which I think I don't think we should are cast do Norte Duda their names. But we haven't done the other. You think your cats would be good test of a little? I'm a little afraid to test them personally. Mike has a freight of nothing, but he doesn't do anything. Yes. That's the other problem. So the two problems of cats are there either freaked out or they just really wanna have nothing to do with whatever you wanna try to figure

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Opposition MPs turn to ethics committee to probe SNC-Lavalin affair

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Opposition MPs turn to ethics committee to probe SNC-Lavalin affair

"Canadians will have yet another chance to possibly hear the full story behind the scandal. That has completely changed both the image. They have of their prime minister and the landscape of the coming election. So will they know probably not for a whole bunch of reasons. If you wanna know how things are really going in Ottawa these days track down your grade. Seven civics textbook. Flip it open to the section densely packed with the arcane rules of parliamentary procedure, and then realize that there are tens of millions of dollars worth of politicians, and lawyers and advisers and pundits. And editors all trying to decipher the implications of the same damn stuff that they ignored back in middle school. And most of them are screaming at each other while they do welcome to the SNC laflin scandal part. I don't know part thirty six the part where the opposition asks again, and the government refuses again, and we all wonder how the hell Canadians will actually get the answers they want. And as it turns out, there are a few ways that that could happen whether Justin Trudeau lakes or not. I'm Jordan heath Rawlings. And this is the big story for MAC mcsweeney is the parliament hill reporter for city news for Rogers radio for the big story too. I is it going it's going well, except that this is the scandal that won't go away. And something new is about to happen today. It's going on Tuesday in Ottawa. Well, the ethics committee is meeting this afternoon to discuss the SNC lavon affair. I it's the second committee. That's going to be taking a look at all of this. And the conservatives have put forward a motion to basically launch another investigation into this affair after the Justice committee probe was shut down by the liberal majority on the committee after hearing from several key witnesses in this controversy on budget day, the committee decided that they had heard enough that they didn't need to hear anymore. Testimony on the. This and they were going to move on without coming to any sort of final report. They just let sort of you know, these witnesses air their stories and left it at that. And so now, the opposition is pushing for more testimony more witnesses. They're also calling for the prime minister to further wave privilege in all of this. So that they can get the rest of the story if you will. And so that's what we're waiting on to see whether the liberal majority on this committee, and since they're majority government, they have a majority on these committees. Whether they will allow another investigation after shutting down the first one, why would I mean, not to be partisan or anything? But like if they shut it down on the last committee, what is going to change this time, Jordan, if you're betting man, the odds would be against the liberals actually allowing this investigation to go through. And if if they're lines from the last. Committee investigation, and the reasoning as to why they shut that down will be used in this one of then you can expect the liberals to just simply say, look we've heard everything we need to hear within Canadians can make up their own minds about what happened. It's time to move on the former attorney general had had the chance to fully tell her story on whether or not she was pressured into all of this. And and that's that. So I I just imagine that they won't, but we'll have to wait and see you can you can never fully predict something in politics. And this controversy is is is proof of that. Because I don't think last year at this time anybody could even have had the idea that we'd be in this situation right now discussing the liberals polling numbers dropping the conservatives. Well, ahead of the liberals over a controversy that you know, had pitted. He liberal cabinet ministers against the prime minister's office. I I don't. Anybody could have predicted something like this. So where we go from here who really knows. The odds are against the fact that the liberals would would agree to this ethics investigation. What does a committee investigation typically, look like any way, and how typical or atypical was the Justice committee when they often are related to public policy issues and not sort of surrounded by controversies like we're seeing here. So it is unusual in that sense where it's not a common occurrence where we're having these major scandals that committees are investigating, but the committees are an avenue for parliamentarians to investigate things like this, especially when there are serious allegations, such as what we have here that the prime minister's office was putting improper pressure on the attorney general to make specific decision in a case that was before the AG the allegations are serious, and where you fall on after the testimony. I mean, I guess. It all depends on who you believe in the end, but they're serious enough allegations at I think, it was appropriate and even the liberals agreed that it was appropriate that the Justice committee look at this topic. So the Justice committee investigation was ended and the liberal said at that point, the essentially there were no stories left to tell the conservatives wanted ethics investigation because they say, there are still stories left to tell what don't we know because I know Jodie Wilson rebel and Jane Philpott have both spoken about this. But the conservatives want them to talk about other aspects of the affair the ordering council that was given by the prime minister to waive solicitor, client privilege and cabinet confidence to allow Jodie Wilson Ray bold and others involved in the allegations of improper pressure to freely speak about all of this that only applies for the time that Jodie Wilson rave old was attorney general so in relation to the SNC case one. She left and was shuffled out of the Justice. File she basically couldn't talk about what happened when she moved veterans affairs and on that shuffle day. That's where the story ends both Jodie Wilson Ray, bold. And Jane Philpott another minister, she was treasury board. President does she was involved in that shuffle decided to quit cabinet because she had lost confidence in the government's handling of the essence affair, but both Jane Philpott and Jodie Wilson. Ray bowled say that there is more to the story and Philpott spoke recently with mcclain's last week saying there is much more to this that needs to be told and because the order in council that granted the waving of all the privilege only ends when Jodie Wilson. Ray gold's left the attorney general's position. There are still questions about what happened after that. What was said after that in conversations with the prime minister between a Wilson Ray Gould's. And Justin Trudeau or others in his office such as Gerald butts, his former principal adviser because there were questions about that Jodie Wilson rebel did say that she thought that she was being pushed out of the position because of the SNC decision all conversations that happened after she left that position. She can't talk about. And so that's the big question. Mark over this. What else is there to say? And we still don't know the only way we will find out is if we hear from Jodi Wilson rebelled or Jane Philpott if she decides to talk about this. And you know, the question now is will we hear from them? And what will we hear from them if they decide to speak out in any form, how could they do guys? So there are many different ways that they could we could have another ordering council from the prime minister's office that extends the waving of privilege to go beyond. Johnny Wilson Ray Boltz time as attorney general. So if the prime minister. Decides to do that you know that would give her the free and clear because as a lawyer as attorney general to Canada, you're essentially, the government's lawyer and solicitor client privilege means that discussions around things that are not allowed to be made public a campy made public on unless you get you know, the permission of your client, which in this case would be the government and the prime minister. So if he decided to do that that would give Jodie Wilson Ray bowled, the the chance to speak possibly Jane Philpott, as well, what are the chances that that happens given that they shut down the Justice committee investigation, while the prime minister's already indicated that he doesn't think that there needs to be a further waving of privilege. He hasn't said in those exact terms, I don't believe. But when asked about this several times over the last couple of weeks about further, waving privilege. He has come back to the fact that he believes that the former attorney general Jodie Wilson rebelled was able to address all of the. The issues on the question at hand. Which is was there. Improper pressure on the over the essence he case he feels that the initial waving of privilege answered that question or allowed her to tell her full story on that question. She says there's more to the story. But he he believes that enough has come out already. He's satisfied with what he's heard. And he says Canadians have heard enough to make a determination about whether or not. There was any improper pressure in this case. So does she have any other options than if she wanted to get her truth out? This is interesting because recently there have been more and more calls about what is known as parliamentary privilege, and this is the idea that you can say anything you want in the house of Commons as an MP, and you are not going to be held responsible in any legal way for what you say in the house of Commons. I mean, you could get kicked out of the house of Commons, but you can say almost anything. And you know, they're they're free from defamation. Lawsuits are free from any kind of legal consequences for what they say in the house of Commons. So with that being said the question has been raised recently by a number of liberal MP's who seem to be getting frustrated with this whole scandal saying, well, why don't they just stand in the house and say what they have to say if this is so important to the national conversation about SNC laflin and the functioning of our government than just get out with it. Stand up in the house and say something, but there are limitations to that. It's not as simple as that. When you get up to in the house of Commons. The there's a procedure here, and you have to follow that procedure. Otherwise, you won't be recognized by the speaker, and you can't get up and speak. It's not a free for all. So as much as parliamentary privilege trumps all other privileges, meaning that solicitor, client privilege and cabinet confidence. Don't apply when it comes to parliamentary privilege and speaking in the house of Commons. They can only speak at certain times. So they. Could speak either Philpott or Jodie Wilson Ray bowled, but let's focus on Wilson rebelled since she's the person at the center of ultras. She could give a member statement every day before question period. Members have a chance to stand up and give what's called an SO thirty one standing thirty one. Which means they have about a minute to say, whatever the heck they want a minute is not along though. I think she spent around four hours testifying so run minute is really not a lot of time to get to the heart of the matter. Another thing she could do is stand up in the house of Commons and raise a point of personal privilege. This goes back to the argument that if it is so important to the nation and given the allegations that the AG felt improper pressure standing up in the house of Commons on a point of privilege could be a very valid point to make and she would have more time to speak at a point of personal privilege, if she felt her privileges were, you know, breached in some way through this scandal, which seems to be what she has. Been talking about since the start since these allegations came out, so she could do that. But even then the speaker doesn't always let you just go on and on for four hours the other the other option that I just want to squeeze in here, the one that that could give them a little bit more time to speak, but it might take some participation of the opposition members. Which would just make things really weird and awkward considering these two members are still members of the liberal party. But if there is a motion, a when you speak in the house of Commons, it has to be relevant to what is at hand. So, you know, if you raise a point of personal privilege, what follows has to be related to that point. If there's a motion from the opposition. And there have been a couple of motions already so they had the option to potentially speak. If there's a motion before the house of Commons. They could get up and speak to that any MP really has a right to get up and speak to emotion that is before the house as a part of normal debate. And then they take questions from the other parties about. What they had just said in their statement. They're limited on time with that though, they could get, you know, consent to continue on speaking and opposition MP's could also share their time. So if they decided to speak, then maybe a conservative MP would say, you know, what I'm going to hand my time over to Jodie Wilson rebelled to allow her to have. Yeah. Keep going keep going. So that's one thing that could happen. But that takes some agreement behind the scenes, and it would be rather unusual for an MP of the sitting governing party to strike some sort of deal with position MP's to have more time to speak in that scenario on the the final one that could be, but is unlikely as unanimous consent to make a statement in the house of Commons, three unanimous, consent and peace can do almost anything. They want in the house of Commons. If all MP's agree then anything's possible. So if Wilson Rabaul says, I have a statement. Wanna make it in the house of Commons. I'm seeking unanimous consent to give that statement at whatever time if every single party an MP agrees. Nobody objects when that motion is put forward to the speaker. Then they could do that. We'll have to wait and see whether they try to take advantage of that. Because you know, there are other avenues that they could take. In the meantime, to to try and get their story out with so many avenues. And so many people kind of calling from his Wilson Ray bowl to to speak to what she says is still left to be told. It seems strange to me. And please correct me if I'm wrong that the prime minister is willing to let this be dragged out so much as opposed to realizing that it's probably going to be addressed anyway and an opening up a a way for her to talk does that I am I way off base here. Does that not seem strange to anybody else auto from the early stages of this controversy? There have been a lot of criticisms from pundits. And political experts. About the way the Trudeau government has handled. This the conservatives argue that the liberal story keeps changing every day. I I don't think that's fair because I think it's not that it's changed. It's just that. They only allowed little bits to come out. Yeah. In dribs and drabs, and that kind of helps keep this thing going and a lot of people were confused about why they chose that strategy rather than just the rip the band aid off strategy. Get it out there get it out all on the table. You've got months to go before an election. You can deal with the damage early on let some heads roll. And for people who might be responsible. If there's if there was any wrongdoing and then just move on. Because that's the, you know, as some political experts have said, that's the way you deal with a controversy like this in politics. There have been some questions about the handling of this from the Trudeau government, and whether they they handle this properly. The at all. But now we're in a in a situation where it seems like every few days or at least once a week. We've got a new thing coming out last week before the budget. It seemed like the Trudeau government was trying to put this to bed. We saw the clerk of the Privy Council resign on the Monday. The prime minister announced that he was going to appoint a new adviser to advise the government, and and released recommendations on how they can change the relationship between the government and the attorney general, which you know, the big question there is do you split Justice minister role and attorney general role. And then the budget was the day that the Justice committee ended the investigation into the SNCF air. We we've now found out that the the prime minister spoke with Jodie Wilson Ray bowled on the Monday about the next steps, and he called it a cordial conversation. So one assumes that he was giving her the heads up about the actions that were were happening. On the Monday and Tuesday. But then by the Friday, Jodie Wilson Rabo publicly announced that she's going to be giving a written submission to the Justice committee complete with text messages and emails which she had promised to produce. But also some new evidence in her possession. So whenever she decides to submit that written submission. It's going to put this story back in the headlines, and we're gonna be talking about it yet. Again, not only that but the opposition has done its work to try and keep the story in the headlines disrupting the budget by delaying the speech, and then when Finance Minister Bill more, no spoke, they banged their desks and drowned him out than staged a walkout on break weeks when it was feared that the liberals might get a little bit of a break from coverage. That's when all these emergency committee meetings are happening, including the ethics committee meeting that we're talking about. So the opposition has been doing its work to try and keep this in the headlines despite some criticisms that they. Of they went to extreme too fast with the calling of the resignation of the prime minister that they kind didn't have anywhere else to go. The they promised us every tool in the toolbox. And it seems like they're they're continuing to do that. And look we're talking about it. So I guess if that's their goal to keep us talking about it. Then they're achieving that goal despite whether it was the best way or not politically speaking, of course. Oh god. I means we're gonna talk about this till October doesn't chrome. Yeah. I fully expect, you know, there are questions about whether there's going to be an early campaign call from the prime minister, and that we'd be heading to the polls this spring, not the fall, which doesn't fully make sense in in the basic way that the band aid off a. Yeah, it just doesn't make you know, you look at the facts, the liberals are pulling at their lowest point, I think in Justin Trudeau's mandate, so far you've got months to go to repair the damage, including the summer vacation where a lot of Canadians just tune out of the news. And then tune back in the fall where you can kind of reset the narrative again, you know, there there are those options out there for the prime minister. So an early election, call would seem odd, but the conservatives are pouncing on on that speculation and trying to fundraise off of it saying we need money now there could be an early election. So the opposition parties are are enjoying this because they got the fundraise off of it. But you know, the prime minister's office has been clear has been asked many many times over. The last year. Will there be an early election? They've never wavered from the fact that they said that they're going to stick with the fixed election date that prime minister Stephen Harper had put in place of October. Although that's not technically binding, you can break it. And I think Harper did as well. So it's not technically binding, but Justin Trudeau promised in October vote. And I think this is going to be one of those issues that the opposition continues to hammer on the campaign trail so to answer your question. Yeah. I think we will still be talking about this in October, regardless of what the election results will be last question are these stories from MS Wilson, Rabo them as Philpott going to come out some way like it seems inevitable now to me and my wrong about that. What's your thought? Here's the issue. Both Wilson Ray bold. And Jane Philpott have said that they have their concerns in. They're very cautious about the issues of solicitor, client privilege and cabinet confidentiality. Now, we spoke earlier. Earlier about how they could get up in the house, and they could say anything they want in the house of Commons and be protected from any legal consequences when they speak in the house because they enjoy parliamentary privilege, which allows which trumps all other privileges, and confidences, etc. So they could do that. But there hasn't to do something like that Jane Philpott in her interview with mcclain's was asked. Why don't you just do that as she said? Part of the issue is is timing. Of course, an and we went through that pretty clearly that there are limitations on how long they can speak in. If they've got another four hours worth of testimony. It's not going to be easy to use the house of Commons as the avenue to get that story out so Philpott aside from timing Philpott also gave a very interesting answer about the dynamic in liberal caucus and her relationship with colleagues, which I think is another aspect to all of this is really focused on it was fascinating to hear. Because you don't always hear that. She was talking about how a lot of her colleagues. Again, she is still a liberal MP. And the prime minister has given no indication that he plans to boot either Philpott or Wilson Ray bolt from his caucus Philpott has said that her actions and her decision to quit cabinet has created a lot of uneasiness amongst people who used to be closer colleagues in caucus, and she feels that some feel that her motives are not that that she's doing something that sort of works against the party, and that's creating friction with people. She never used to have friction with. And so she opened up a little bit about the personal struggles that she has in doing what she's doing. But says she's trying to you know, do what she's always done in. That is a take a moral stand. She doesn't care about what happens to her as a result of that. But clearly those personal relationships are taking toll for Jody Wilson Ray bowl. You know, you have not only cabinet confidence as as a concern out of all of this. But you also have. Hitter client privilege, and so there's some caution there because they don't want to break this oath that they made to the country so lightly just because people are saying we'll just get out and say it in the house of Commons. There's a very serious oath that you take when you join cabinet where you agree to serve her majesty the Queen and to keep all of the secrets that are held as a privy counsellor it to keep those secret essentially os are not usually easily broken by people who take those oaths they feel passionately about what they do regardless of political stripe. So that's something else. It sort of weighing over both Jodie Wilson Ray bold and Jane Philpott about whether they just get out there and tell their story, despite the fact that there's personal privilege whether or not we got the full story out of this. You know, there are avenues for both the Trudeau government and for Jody Wilson Rabo than Jane Philpott to make the decision to get that full story out. Whether they take those those avenues is another question altogether. And we'll just have to wait and see.

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