35 Burst results for "Lawson"

Meditation for the 2nd Wednesday of Lent: The Power of the Cross

Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

01:50 min | 3 months ago

Meditation for the 2nd Wednesday of Lent: The Power of the Cross

"Wednesday. Of the second week of lent. The cross of Christ unites in the liberty. Ask. What continues to enslave me? Seek. Ask God to point out areas of slavery that still exist in your life. As you go through your day, catch yourself not being true to who you really are. Ask yourself, who are you serving now? Knock. Meditate on Romans chapter 7 versus 22 through 25. In my inmost self, I dearly love God's law. But I can see that my body follows a different law that battles against the law which my recent dictates. This is what makes me a prisoner of that Lawson. Which lives inside my body. What a rich man I am. Who will rescue me from this body doomed death? Thanks Peter got through Jesus Christ our lord. In short, it is I, who was my reason, served the law of God. And no less I who serve in my un spiritual self, the law of sin. Paul talks about delighting in the law of God. But finding himself at war with other parts of himself. Spend time reflecting on what delights you about God's law. As Christ to save you.

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Lawson Touliatos: 'It's Christmas Again' Is a Faith-Based, Family Film

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:29 min | 5 months ago

Lawson Touliatos: 'It's Christmas Again' Is a Faith-Based, Family Film

"Movie. By the way, folks, we have a direct link to it and our live show blog. It's Christmas again. And you are the star of this film. Tell us about the movie. Yeah, I mean, it's a new Christmas movie. It's a musical. It's a lot of fun to watch. It's very energetic and exciting throughout the whole thing, and it has a very Christian centered message about the birth of Jesus and the true meaning of Christmas. So this is sort of a faith based family friendly film. Yes. All right, so there's no naughty Santa or anything like that in this movie. No, not at all. I didn't think so I didn't think so. What was that process like? Did you have to audition? Did they call you? How did that work? Yeah, so I have an agent and my agent sent me an agent. And my agent sent me an audition and the audition led to a callback and then it led to a Zoom call with the director and then it led to getting the role. So where did you guys film the movie? We filmed it mostly in Franklin, Tennessee, actually. And then partially we filmed in Texas as well at Copenhagen studios. So you know, just about every country music artist and Christian artist in America lives in Franklin, Tennessee. Yeah, yeah, I actually currently am living there too. I'm currently going to Belmont. So having grown up in Memphis, I just recently moved to Nashville after filming the movie, and it was really cool to now live in the place that I used to film in. So

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"lawson" Discussed on The Brown Girls Guide to Politics

The Brown Girls Guide to Politics

05:00 min | 6 months ago

"lawson" Discussed on The Brown Girls Guide to Politics

"I'm speaking with Tamara Wilde's Lawson. The movement issue and charitable organizations director at act blue. We discuss the 2022 midterms, the importance of grassroots momentum, and the core issues getting people out of their homes and out to the polls. I hope you enjoy this conversation. We are here with tamra wild Lawson, who is the movement issue and charitable organizations director at one of our favorite organizations and sponsors, act blue. Tamara, thank you for joining us today. Thanks so much for having me, ashanti. I'm really happy to be here. So first, tell us a little bit about your work at act blue and what drove you to want to do the work with such an amazing company. Sure, so as you mentioned, I lead act blues movement issue and charitable organizations team. I'm going to call it mikko for short for the rest of the conversation. Love it. And I'm really thrilled to have this opportunity just to talk a little bit about what we do. So the Miko team leads our act blue charities efforts. And for those of your subscribers or listeners who may not be aware, at blue charities, is the organization's charitable arm. A family of organizations. So at blue charities was launched in 2016, and it's where 501c3 organizations raise funds. We work closely with all types of nonprofits and groups interested in building grassroots support and making an impact by using act blue charities to reach small dollar donors. So our team, the Miko team, is here to answer these organizations questions, assist them with using a blue charity's tools. And they do this work year round, but as you know, giving Tuesday kind of marks the transition into end of year giving. Yes. So these organizations being able to diversify how they reach donors is particularly important as December 31st draws closer and to answer your last question, we do as much as we can to meet these nonprofit organizations needs and I'm really proud of our efforts and I understand it on a personal level given that I was in the nonprofit sector as a leader for a decade. I was with the nationals philanthropies organization, which is the charitable arm of the Washington national baseball team, and then for 7 years prior to that, was the director of the posse foundation's Washington D.C. office. So I was in the trenches in the nonprofit space and know just how important it is to be able to reach as many donors as possible. Awesome, I loved hearing about your history and we talk about the power of small dollar donors a lot on the podcast. And they really showed up during the midterms as well. So can you talk a little bit about how you connect it with small dollar donors during the midterms during giving Tuesday and what was their impact in particular on the elections this year? Yeah, great question. And I'd say to start that essentially, we just doubled down on what we've been doing, right? You're really familiar with act blue. Yes. You know, you know how intense this work is. So we've been doing it for over a decade and doing it effectively.

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Warnock, Walker pivot to overtime in Georgia Senate contest

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 7 months ago

Warnock, Walker pivot to overtime in Georgia Senate contest

"Senator Raphael Warnock and Republican challenger Herschel Walker are pivoting to the second round of their race in Georgia Party leaders and donors aren't waiting to see if George's December 6th Senate runoff will determine control of the Senate the Democrats Senate campaign arm announced a $7 million investment in field operations for senator Raphael Warnock Are you ready to do this one more time We're not held a rally in Atlanta where he said the former football star was unqualified and voiced confidence in the outcome We know how to win a run off Herschel Walker urged supporters at a rally in canton Georgia Thursday to help him get out the vote We got the BT men the time to put the 18 men Even Lawson leading a political action committee in support of walker says their messages elect a check on Joe Biden Lawson's pack will focus on the GOP base the 200,000 voters who supported governor Brian Kemp but not walker and the 350,000 voters who backed Trump two years ago but didn't vote in the 2021 runoff the Democrats won I'm Jennifer King

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"lawson" Discussed on The Suburban Women Problem

The Suburban Women Problem

04:53 min | 1 year ago

"lawson" Discussed on The Suburban Women Problem

"Right. There's always second order effects. Like, I feel like Republicans used to know this where they would complain about these second order effects and the unintended consequences of government doing this much. They are literally like the party of unintended consequences right now. Can I just, so my favorite from the hearing on Thursday, I can't quit coding this actually did a tweet about it with a picture of ace, our dog, went a few weeks ago, he got into the trash. But a few months ago, but my favorite quote from the hearing was from John easterman. I think I should be on the pardon list. If that is still in the works. And I just think about the I go through my whole life without ever thinking I have to be on the pardon list. Right. For anything. Like who says that? Only people who were criminal, only people who go out, they do whatever they want with abandon, they don't care about the consequences until they think they might get caught or they won't have the cover from The White House or whatever, and then they're like, oh, so maybe I need a pardon. At least he was smart enough to think he needs a pardon. Jim Jordan's like, there's nothing new. I learned about here, and everyone's like, that's bad. Yeah. They are revealing stuff that's supposedly, you guys didn't know and organized, but when you're stating outright, like we all knew about this, you're stating this was all part of the Republican plan. Like Jim Jordan, you should be asking for a pardon right now. He's not even asking for it. Yes, exactly. Really lucky that these are the dumbest coup plotters in the history of the world. But that's really don't want to give them a second chance. Right. But little pivot. This weekend, we just celebrated Juneteenth and, you know, it was the technically the second year since it's been a federal holiday..

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"lawson" Discussed on The Suburban Women Problem

The Suburban Women Problem

04:26 min | 1 year ago

"lawson" Discussed on The Suburban Women Problem

"Not to be flippant, but it's like if you don't have haters, then you're not doing it right. Like, if the NRA is not hating, what we're doing, then we're probably not doing enough. We gotta address the suburban women problem because it's real. Welcome to the suburban women problem. A podcast for red wine and blue. Hi everyone, thanks for joining us. I'm Jasmine Clark. I'm Rachel vindman. I'm Amanda Weinstein. And you're listening to the suburban women problem. This week, we are celebrating Juneteenth. I'll get to share my interview with Joe banner who founded the descendants project along with her twin sister joy. It was so interesting talking to her about the descendants project. It's in Louisiana and she talks about how she basically left Louisiana, you know, went off to college, but she came back because it was just like, she was drawn to that community. And she just has such strong ties to her community. So it was really, really interesting interview. And before that we'll be joined by Meredith Lawson Rowe, a city councilwoman in Ohio, who's organized Juneteenth celebrations in her town. But first, let's start as always with a check in..

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Florida appeals court reinstates DeSantis congressional map

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 1 year ago

Florida appeals court reinstates DeSantis congressional map

"A Florida appeals court has reinstated a congressional map put forth by Florida Republican governor Ron DeSantis AP correspondent Norman hall reports The new congressional map drawn by governor Ron DeSantis staff could diminish Florida's black representation in Washington a lower court judge ordered it replaced just a week ago while the appeals court did not address the constitutionality of the map it did cite what it called the need for certainty and continuity as election season approaches The desantis map would likely boost the number of Florida seats held by Republicans while also making it difficult for democratic U.S. representative Al Lawson to maintain his seat in the north Florida district where nearly half the voters are black Another district that currently favors black candidates is also redrawn The latest ruling is expected to be appealed to the Florida Supreme Court I Norman

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Nuggets beat 76ers...2 losses in a row for Lakers

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 1 year ago

Nuggets beat 76ers...2 losses in a row for Lakers

"AP sports I'm David Schuster a lot of great performances in the NBA Monday night none greater than by Minnesota's Karl Anthony towns scored a franchise record sixty points as the Timberwolves defeated San Antonio elsewhere Trae young had forty six points in Atlanta's win over Portland and rookie Evan moblie had his high of thirty points as Cleveland defeated the clippers other winners Denver Charlotte Golden State Sacramento Toronto and Milwaukee baseball news San Diego shortstop Fernando tatis junior will be out up to three months with a broken wrist Oakland dell first baseman Matt Olson to Atlanta Cincinnati traded Jesse Winkler to Seattle and Mets pitcher Jacob to Graham says he will opt out of his contract after the upcoming season thus becoming a free agent and go off the much delayed and weather played tournament Players Championship went to Cameron Smith who shot a final round sixty six and picked up the three point six million dollar first prize and in hockey Lawson Crouse had a hat trick in Arizona's five three win over Ottawa I'm David Shuster AP sports

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"lawson" Discussed on Code Story

Code Story

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"lawson" Discussed on Code Story

"You want to build a product then just You may not end up being the ceo of your company. But that's okay as long as you can try if that and you can then do the next thing if you just wanna be. Seo that's that's different different entirely will thank you for being on the show today. Thank you for telling the creation story and how you got involved with the line. Oh my pleasure. In this concludes another chapter of code story..

"lawson" Discussed on Code Story

Code Story

06:43 min | 1 year ago

"lawson" Discussed on Code Story

"Them The deployment cost all of these things constantly because whatever. It costs us to build prayed. These these buildings. There's an implied cost to our customer. They have to pay portion of that. So we minimizing All of that fra customers to give them the best experience. Let's switch to team. Then so how do you go about building your team in. What do you look for in those people to indicate that they're the winning horses to join you with without monk and also about the whole company in general because some We have everything from Mechanical engineers to sales people sales engineers. It engineers appreciates people people who maintain the buildings. Our industries is you know. There's there's some good feeders into it and there's a lot of interest in it You're very involved with his Higher education a lot of internships with people to pull those people and oftentimes You can you can go out. And we one of many large center providers so we look at our competitors and you cherry. Pick the people that if we can we. Just very careful about that because A lotta people come preconceived ideas and they want to do it their way on. That's that's the thing i've found with with technologists anyway. If they've been successful in the past a lot of them attribute the success of the product will the service to their activity on the conly context. And maybe it was circumstance or whatever so you have to be humble enough to say it. We just pivoted really quickly and we saw an opportunity so when we're looking at building teams we're looking for people who have that mindset that humility to say i was part of a team and we did amazing things rather than i did amazing things and i can do those amazing things view but you have to do it the way i want it done so as that's really important to have that humility But also the drive to succeed. So it's it's an interesting blend of individual Some very driven. So you have that blend of high alpha but with the ability to to be to team which is unusual for two. We have a lot of them. Which is great. This episode is brought to you by courier. your application speaks to your users with notifications but what you do when you users each respond better to a different channel building. The event triggers annoying enough. But when you have to build templates for multiple channels track deliverability and performance in managed. Granular user preferences. You end up with overwhelming complexity. The distraction your team from your core product. That's why currier build its. Api notification system as a surface. Courier is the fastest way to design and orchestrate all of your applications notifications using simple. Api you. I is a powerful dragon. Drop editor to help you. Built and sin templates over any channel while giving your users full control over their own preferences in providers like twi- leo sin grid nail gun and firebase to send email. 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Kit is the fastest way to add photo or video functionality to any application visit i n g dot l. wise slash code story today to try the web demo that's img dot l. y. Slash code story. Let's talk about scale ability. Then so how. How did you and the company approach scale ability when you're starting out on this journey and howard you kind of fighting this as you grow and this can be team scale ability approach email all all of those things. We've very fortunate without funding model. We're private company. So a lot of the companies in the data center world are publicly traded And a lot of them are private Several years ago data sent became an asset class for particularly the institutional investment community. So a lot of our competitors are owned by institutional funds We're very fortunate with our owners. Macquarie which is either the largest or second largest infrastructure investor on the planet depending on who that just bortles sold. So it's very very close The group that we're managed by our funds managed by typically do real infrastructure. So by that. I mean bridges and roads and ports and wind farms and solar waste to energy. So they're Return on investment profile is very different when when a company and the ones i've been in the past when we're raising funds usually it's a seven-year fund and there's good good money coming out from the fund to the first three or four years but after that the investment managers alike. I'm going to divest myself from this fund pretty soon so you want to give you any more so to maximize my return. We don't have that we with without investment funday. Not that we have. As much money as we want we have to be judicious but We have we don't have that restriction so that was estimate big bets so as an example a couple of years ago we decided the as the market was growing so quickly some of the key components out there the everybody needs generators. 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"lawson" Discussed on The Military Veteran Dad Podcast

The Military Veteran Dad Podcast

05:35 min | 1 year ago

"lawson" Discussed on The Military Veteran Dad Podcast

"I think that's i think that's probably a very common experience. I and i don't know because again. I'm not everyone's had but i think that's probably something a lot of people go through. I know what the dads that i work with. The most common thing that we spend the most the first two weeks working with is really figuring out where they are on the map like identifying the stories that got them. They're identifying how their love languages are actually wiring them to not take accountability for their own life and letting other people try to fulfill these areas to make them feel love maybe from a gap within their early life and within that context. I also learned that when you reframe these stories you can also then learn how you can move forward with it and i've dovan deeper into this. There was a mortgage schneider on my podcast last last fall. And he told me this quote from proverbs. Fourteen four where there is oxygen there is life where there are no oxen. There isn't a life and within that he translated to american english. And he's like it takes a lot of shit to make good soil and great soil bears grapefruit and within that like that helps you understand that like that voice that demon that story. That argument like it's not something that you ever turn off. I don't think among that goes off into be among shuts off the world and chooses one world if he came from a traumatic background. I don't think he ever turns voice off. I think he's learned to make peace with it and understand that like he gets a voice gonna vote my life but when you learn to reframe that like most of the people that climb to a higher point life. Twenty robbins oprah winfrey. They just had a lot of shit early on that they learned how to work into the soil is not held them back but allowed them to grow something amazing from it and i think that's the reframe that i know i got stuck in where when i do now helping. Dads is essentially going back and helping people that were in the same spot. I was taking my shit and working back in and using to propel my life into the future and figure out more things that i'm capable of. Yeah it's really interesting. Because i do think the life of among can be perceived someone running away from something. I don't think that's the case. I a among goes into the desert on one level to face themselves right. It's not to run away from themselves. It's because when you take away. All the distractions. All there is is is your demons. And then what do you do with that. i think that's one of the things ultimately that i do. Hope is a fruit of the monk. Manual for people is through a practice of actually slowing down reflecting that you slowly are able to bring certain things are maybe buried.

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"lawson" Discussed on The Military Veteran Dad Podcast

The Military Veteran Dad Podcast

04:30 min | 1 year ago

"lawson" Discussed on The Military Veteran Dad Podcast

"Official kickoff to monday. Welcome to the workweek. Just coming off the heels of stay at home dad khan last week. Mazing conference mazing time. I'll say father. Friday for a little bit of diving into that but today i want to dive into today's topic. Because it's like none. We've ever had before stephen lawson is on the podcast day to about his product. The monk manual another manual at as just another productivity planner. But that would be wrong. I've talked about it a few times here in the podcast that the monk manual is this idea of being able to journal gratitude. Talk about pause. Reflect on life but also make sure that you're focusing on the things that you need to get done so it has this night hybrid way of looking at life. And it's based on some of the same fundamental things that monk's us and the monks bring into their life create peace and those are wired into the different structures of the monk manual. And how you show up with your life. So i recorded this episode way back in july and we're looking forward to getting it out to you guys because like i said it's not something we've talked about before it's not something we've even really experimented with talking about productivity but it is something that we desperately need on this podcast. I was really looking forward to get out. Because he talks about this feeling. And this need that. Productivity led him to looking for peace and that no matter how productive you was he still didn't really find peace and man if we're military veterans not looking for peace. I don't know who else is. Because that's almost exactly that feeling that we're chasing that calm feeling on the inside so like i said stevens episode today. Perfect episode not up this conversation introduce it and also there is a link down the show notes to get ten percent off on the monk mangled to give it a shot. You can also use code vet dad to get ten percent as well or like. I said the link down in the show notes. We'll take care of that ten percent for you and you also were supporting the podcast by purchasing it through that link so without further do let's just get into this episode. Because i know you're excited. I know juice it up stephen lawson and hang on to the other side for my big takeaway. Welcome to the podcast. Stephen hey thank you so much. It's great to be here. I'm excited for this episode. Because it's an entirely new topic. It's an entirely new product and we've never like fully opened up this idea of journaling and how it can actually be kind of a therapeutic process for you and your the founder and creator of the monk manual so tell us a little bit about your family life. Tell us a little bit about where you were when you said like. I need something that currently doesn't exist in the world. Yeah sure so. I have three kids one who is nine one six one three so it's pretty busy Indian general. I've i'm someone who likes to stay busy out. Consider myself in general. Probably a hard worker so something that actually ended up coming up for me was kind of in my career getting really focused on productivity. I spent a number of years really trying to better optimize my life be able to get more done. Oftentimes when people think about like a career for example all the they'd think okay. If i can get more done than maybe i can make more money can move up the ladder..

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"lawson" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show

The Nicole Sandler Show

06:31 min | 1 year ago

"lawson" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show

"Even down tired so this morning. Just so people know i e mail you on thursday mornings to say. Is there anything in particular. You wanna talk about today. Obviously there's all kinds of news but sometimes there's a specific thing you want hit on. I wanna make sure i get to it and you wrote back that i'm just working on waking up and it was seven o'clock pacific time and i'm thinking i know you get up at like four in the morning and i said so seven. Am trying to wake up slacker. So well i was up late last night writing and And i had gone out to eat early drives up. I was up much later than i. Normally i'm up. So i got up at six. Am ooh it. It's you know. I've i would sleep in but i have a dog who gets me up. Whenever he decides he needs to go out and this week. It's been about five thirty so you know i'm at his marquette. I never miss the sunrise. I see every day. And i love it. Well okay so first things first. You're correct i guess The recall effort didn't need your vote though it it made my heart skip a beat Because there was a while there it seemed really close but you just very beginning when people with thinking about how much they hate gavin newsom. It was close but You know once the reality settled about what was gonna happen if they got rid of him with never close again right once they realized i. You get rid of gavin newsom. You get larry elder. That was it was over right. Well the thing is is that when it. It seemed like it was close that we Better democrats can running And and the democratic party in california put an end to that really fast so any democrat. Who is thinking about running you know in other words viable candidates Were they were told. If you run you will never be a democrat again and we'll never help you. Whatever you doing the rest of your career and they they all just dropped out. I mean some of them had gone far in in In becoming candidates hiring staffers and paying them and Starting to raise money and things like that and they were told in no uncertain terms that no. You're not running. Wow wow well you know what. There's something else happened. And that's the reason. I had alex lawson on a few minutes ago from social security works because he's been on fire on twitter about this. Alex is a good guy and and a few months ago we talked about kathleen rice from new york. And you said oh. She's not that bad. I think you said that she wasn't so because we don't wanna tell leadership for ten fifteen years. I got then. I'm confused when she when she was put into. She was put on a committee at the instead. He is the most important committee the you know. The house energy and commerce handled everything right. Everything that has to do with spending money on domestic agendas co goes through that committee and afc wanted that job. That's right and one person made sure that it was kathleen rice. Who got it nancy. Pelosi seen rice voted against Lowering drug costs The person who's responsible isn't just caffeine rice. It's also nancy pelosi. That's her that job instead of afc and put her on a leadership track as well. So what does nancy pelosi saying now. 'cause kathleen rice stabbed during the back. Because i i'm guessing. Nancy pelosi wants these packages go through. I'm guessing as well but just a guest. Unbelievable unbelievable david sirotta. We're it was unbelievable. I really do what. I used that word a lot but the thing is i. Use it incorrectly because all this stuff is totally believable. It's just fucked up but it's believable. It's to be expected because again. These three so-called democrats who the media insists on calling moderates. they're not moderate. Stop using that word. We need to call them out when they use the word. Moderate or centrist say. That's not who they are at all. I've been quoting you. A lot i had katrina vanden whoville on the show. Monday talked a lot about the republican wing of the democratic party. And she's like oh. I like that one who phone. God's favor well. She liked the the characterization of those people the democrat republican wing of the democratic party. But these three she and her magazi- should have been using that phone. Yeah right so david sirotta. At his daily poster dot com has a story today. Big pharma's democrats and it points that it's about these three peter's schrader and and rice three house. Democrats working to kill drug price. Legislation raked in roughly one point six million dollars from pharma donors and the top aide for one of them is now a farmer lobbyists. I thought this wasn't allowed to happen anymore. Just from paper. Oh god the reality is is that it happens every day. And it's what makes the wheels turn and dc absolutely disgusting amazing so So i mean are they going to be to As long he's been talking to you about lobbyists interrupted. But i couldn't resist and i won't remember. I want to guess who the biggest recipient of lobbyists money is just money that came directly from lobbyists to candidates and elected officials so not the whole special interests paraphernalia but just a lobbyists themselves who took the most money from lobbyists in the whole united states both republicans and democrats in in any any chamber of these till now in the senate the house any chamber of government at all. Yes every anybody Mcconnell he's very high up on the list but no ted cruz. No he's not that.

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"lawson" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show

The Nicole Sandler Show

06:17 min | 1 year ago

"lawson" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show

"Fly in the ointment as it. Were something that we words. We didn't hear uttered in the last four years when trump was in office because democrats went along with them and suspended the death ceiling instead of you have a free rein and donald trump increase the debt that they're all so crazy about by thirty six percent in in less than four years and he had free rein to do it because the democrats just gave in on the debt ceiling well now. The death-dealing is coming up again. If we don't fix that if they don't raise the debt ceiling by the end of the month. We're going to default mitch mcconnell saying she. You're on your own. Sorry we're not helping you. You helped us but we're not going to help you right. So the amazing thing there as you know is that they could also just get rid of the debt ceiling a nonsense thing ridiculous wallpa- money will pay the bills for that. We oh we already approved exactly the super dumb processed in a in a whole field of dumb processes but yeah there's a government funding and the debt ceiling There is a lot of brinkmanship. And i read the plans. So here's his big thing. That happens in dc. Is everyone's like well. There must be a plan areas very often auto plan. Have you should really that. If someone can't tell you what the plan is there is no plan everything. I've read his. Just that's some statement that's like the republicans would be crazy to taint the right and the plan are crazy. So what what have you been watching. What else you got. Oh my goodness. Hey alex before i let you go i gotta ask. Are you painting. He's up behind you and the beautiful painting on the wall. I'm not painting. I wish this is This is a bands poster and then. This is a painting at the house. That i'm staying and and so i like it for the shots But yeah i think. I think it's a little bit of trickery to make it look easel and you know during the pandemic i took up painting not picked up a paintbrush literally since i was probably twelve years old but i was born and i was home. I'm still home. 'cause i'm old in cancer survivor and i don't go out cove it. Hello so. I started painting in october and it just took off. I started. somebody asked me. Can you paint my cat. Like i'll try doing portrait's now and now i'm playing around with the faux stained glass but i thought i thought i had a kindred spirit there i thought you were. You're gonna appreciate her. During the pandemic i so i signed up for some art courses on From the barnes collection in philly. So you keep painting. I'll keep learning the fundamentals of art and then we can Our we'll collaborate to hold up your paintings. And i could say words about them cool. I'm alex i'll tweet at us. Some of my masterpieces can see what. I'm alex lawson social security works dot org. You've been there for as long as i've known you which is well over a decade now. doing great work trying to hold their feet to the fire. Help the people one last question for you. There's a new story. They're trying to push which has seen we told you. Medicare and social security are insolvent. They're not gonna last more than four more years. What do you say to that. It's just again the whole ideas to drive down confidence in these programs that are rock solid. These are the foundations that you can build on social security. Never missed a payment through boomtime bust warren peace looking around at everything else and saying this is the thing that you're going to say is uncertain and like this thing is certain man. This works look around the other stuff. That seems way more uncertain. But it's a con. It's a racket thing where wall street sees a bucket of money and they just can't keep their greedy little hands off of it. Luckily with truth tellers like you were able expose their shenanigans and hit back their hands but they never stop. they'll and they never will. We'll just have to keep beating them and and it's a constant batting away of the lies of the of the of the nonsense they throw out there to make you believe things that are just inherently not true. Exactly that's exactly what it is. It's amazing and one last thing. Sorry i noticed that before we act radio. How're things going there. Alex is a co owner right It's great you got to win when we are travelling again. We have our backyard. We're doing a lot of of shows and community events out there community garden Just a lot of great stuff. We act radio. We still obviously need to get all the progressive truth teller voices and get into a space. That's as big as fox news. We continue to see they're just trying to make the world burn. Faster just aren't lies and propaganda directly into the brains of tens of millions of people and we're doing our part but we need to be bigger without a doubt. But i give you so much credit because you and Partners bought up the signal in in a in a section of dc of. What's the name of the town. Antica anacostia which was not is not. it's not capitol hill by any means but it's an area that is the upcoming needs some energy pushed into there. And so you set up a studio there. You do the terrestrial radio thing and it's not really the time for terrestrial radio but you've been making it work for a long time and we branched out more into production of all sorts video live streaming radio podcasting. The key is just producing content.

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"lawson" Discussed on The Dental Hacks Podcast

The Dental Hacks Podcast

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"lawson" Discussed on The Dental Hacks Podcast

"System. So what do you think so. It's funny because we we started. We actually have some tested for bulky like if you go to their website. The product testing What we did was. We looked at the Underneath the class to box like if we did a plastic boss. The bulk easier. If we did it with a incrementally place composite Do staining see if we got standing underneath the box. Because you're doing like a six hundred meter depth care with that stuff and we didn't see any more staining with The bulky easy than we did with incremental placement. We haven't looked at mechanical properties like where I've used i've used both easy. I like bo. He's there's a period of time. Where i was buying where we were getting kinda donated. Because we're doing research. But then i'd go take that extra in these clinics. I did a lot of bulky restorations on. The thing that i think is cool about. I mean the disadvantage always was something this bolt fill in that big about phil mind shrinkage. I'm thinking about man. That's a big mess shrinking. But i guess the idea is supposed to be that you place you place slowly in the bottom of the box in securing their fast as it starts turning pretty rapidly and so then. It's shrinking at the bottom of the box. I so it's drinking towards the box where you don't want it to pull away from. And that was kind of their their concept in. You know. I don't mean i don't use them regular like my go-to composite because it's a flow of open. Pies's hard to manipulate. Their clues will surface but got something. This really huge. I could you know that. I'm almost wondering this almost just like a buildup I'll sometimes we'll use like the that of material like the dual cure bowl fill materials like like bulk easy And i you know can i do. I think it's going to have a little more shrinkage. Maybe than incrementally placed composite. Maybe but But i do think that there is maybe something to that. That will cure mechanism of. You've got the thing. The other thing is i see a lot of people get it. They fill up to the top of the mmediately curate. You got that ninety seconds were you. You're supposed to let itself cure in order to get the yano. May maybe cheering towards the the box. See i guess i don't. I used to be a military to talk about a decent amount of haven't done as many of them recently for whatever reason but i don't think against actually Why won't talk about this. I'm not for sure about this. I think they desert Breakage research on it too doesn't shrink as bad as you think. But i can't quote it so that's okay. Well all right kevin. I think that Wraps up our origin story in a little fuel. Sort of as so there you go kevin anything else. You got for nate here this week. Long get your question. Yeah i'm satisfied. You're said that's that's that's really what it's all about joining us nate. You'll be urine. Nate more next weekend we can talk into maybe even the week after that. So for nate lawson for kevin friar this zach miners. We thank you for listening. They'll get to check us out on with page.

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"lawson" Discussed on The Dental Hacks Podcast

The Dental Hacks Podcast

07:49 min | 1 year ago

"lawson" Discussed on The Dental Hacks Podcast

"You know. There are a lot of pretty girls on instagram. Yes yes there are so. You're a big fan of the models so we'll tell my wife at that. Emily rennick huskies. I also follow the blurred. Limescale that is a great follow. Good good choice. Kevin huge fan. I guess i should have specified. I looking for like of a dental volley of a favorite dental. Follow has time for that. I mean there's models out there man. That's right i do actually and I i got a surprise for you. We scored guest get a yup and interestingly enough this guest as as posting dental materials and information content has more followers than choice. Spear gordon christianson and henry shine combined combined. You blame that. And he's got followers the reo speedwagon. Why would he agree to be on the show. That's a good question. That is a really good question. Why with no further ado me introduce you to mr at dental tube. Himself dr nate lawson nate. What is up that too much. Thanks for him. Hey mcken as we look today you are. I bet by the time this episode comes out. You're gonna hit fifty thousand dollars. That's a huge deal man. Congratulations thanks yeah. That was a it was a. It's been kind of a maybe two year journey guest to get this point but yeah it's pretty i. Did you know you have more followers than all those other people. I just mentioned no that was was. Reo speedwagon thing real. yeah know. They got thirty five k. I heard from and yes. Do you guys watch ozark. Kevin does i do not Reo speedwagon that they brought on for the dental conference in ozark. I think they were bringing. Reo speedwagon on that was this obscure reference. Never that's kind of the more the better now dental wise though you've got a ways to catch up to Randy who's got who's god and he's he's he's at three fifty k. That's that's that's big time for for dentist. He did all our account so that was a there. You go on That's something they're down. You'll get a lot of the mtv moms following your account it gets his fame from So nate let's every every hero has good origin story here. Let's let's let's let's get back in. Let's find out how'd you dentistry. Where'd you go and where did you hear. What your story. So my stories Kinda come from like a family of dentists not my parents but my mom oliver eric siblings are dentist or the mary to one and so i think i wanna be decided to become a dentist. Politics third grade was pretty solid and then so i ended up going to college with the intent. Pre dent I went to tulane in new orleans. I just wanted. I grew up in the north in the chicago area. Just wanna get out of the cold so went there and i was engineering student. And i wanna do some research. I found the lsu dental schools in new orleans. There was a guy that was running materials. Research has the basement. There you heard a guy named john burgess. He's a dental materials guy and so he was he was working down there. And i got kinda gig working for him. That's of how got interested in the dental materials field. I worked through him all throughout college in time to go to dental school As actually go back north For dental school. And i was gonna go to penn though summer before he. He called me and he said. Hey nate jimbo coming alabama just doing a little research before you go dental school as like a no hell no like. I don't wanna go to alabama like a never been alabama before But i went there research over the summer. I'm always there. They told me about this. Dm d. phd program which is a program. I don't know if you guys had any Worms near dental school but it was apparent that was essentially. They'd pay for your dental school if you did a phd so that was like your punishment was like you had to do a pasty Your pay for your dental school. And so i thought well that's a pretty good deal expensive in so i called the pen instead. I'm not going there in. I stayed at alabama Six years In that program. In for me i love college. I hated dental school. Like it was really miserable. Experience for me. Like i used to have a huge self esteem Like i was thinking about the story. I remember when i was applying for dental soil. Predate visor said. What would you do if you didn't get a dental school. I said well. You could always go to med school because like alike I loved college in dental school. Just made me feel like like a third. Like i just. I felt so stupid and hated dental school and graduated and when you get the phd. They want you to go into research in ghana dynamics. That's something i knew. I didn't want to do. Because i knew that they'll professors didn't make any money so i really wasn't going to go down that route But i ended up starting a residency prospects up in chicago. I did that for six months in the middle of that First semester that residency. I had this decision that i thought i wanted to become a pediatric dentist in. Who's an obama presidency with a phd materials. Yeah so i've applied pedo. Wow is emprise. quit privately. smoke Yeah didn't match a pedo. And then i went had like prices and i was like what the hell am i gonna do the life in i had been moonlighting into dsl. So i took a job. Working at that dea. So and i did that for year up in chicago and in the middle of that year. I got a phone call again. From burgess who had said. Hey nate whichever think about coming back to alabama. The simul is like not again and again right up. Yeah move back into the fourteen got. This job started working biomaterials. His his thing is he was doing. Clinical research laboratory research dental materials in. That was my that was my background. I'd i'd grown up with that with him. And i didn't think that was gonna continue to but i went back and started doing it thinking for a couple of months. My wife not too much longer. That kinda hooked me pulled me down at alabama forever but ended up loving job like i. I really liked. the teaching. Like teaching to me is really meaningful because they hated dental school so much and like it's my passion is to make it less terrible researchers while you know the research is kind of. So what did you say graduated your. Usa graduated dental school in eleven in the pc program at twelve so winter. What year are we now back to like. You're backed alabama starting your materials geic. What year are we at now. So two thousand fourteen fourteen. Okay and then the ph d d d d. Md program where you do research concurrently with dental school. Was that after the years so a lot of times. I would just like kind of sneak away from pc knee or something and just go. Try to put some specimens than a machine or something like that. So it's trying to get it done quickly so yeah that that probably wasn't helpful in dental school to have like the two things on your brain like trying to finish dental spoil in china Experiments done like billy. Dental school is bad enough One thing but but.

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Jets Reach Trade With Texans for DE Shaq Lawson

CBS Sports Radio

00:15 sec | 1 year ago

Jets Reach Trade With Texans for DE Shaq Lawson

"Texans. ESPN's rich Cimini says the Jets sending a 2022 6th round pick. Back to Houston. Lawson 4.5 sacks last season with Miami 20.5 sex over his first five seasons in the NFL, ESPN College football analyst Greg

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The King of Crenshaw: Neighborhood Nip

30 For 30 Podcasts

01:57 min | 1 year ago

The King of Crenshaw: Neighborhood Nip

"Seventeen. Two thousand seventeen was a monumental day in south l. a.'s history the corner of crenshaw slauson was packed. Seniors adults kids. Babies spilled out on the streets in anticipation the entire community out there. The love and the building day was like dirt roof. It was his throat. See it wasn't just the neighborhood. They turned out to support some of his friends. Nba pulled up to like demarcus cousins. Like the entire community was proud. No nil like this was a huge steppingstone. Not only was it benefit him but have benefited the same area daddy groping which was everybody that was there. Thank me they were all there for the grand opening of the marathon store. A project more than a decade in the making a store the name of nipsy personal philosophy and that exemplified his belief in the power of never giving up. It just felt hopeful and victorious. Marquis hairs dawson is the council member for the district that includes crenshaw. The hud came out. Elected officials came out. Everybody was there to celebrate. It's the only time. I've closed a major street in my district we close lawson and nobody complains as nipsy prepared to cut the ribbon and open the doors to the marathon for the first time. He was visibly excited. Beaming ear out just a reception at a love is about to impact that you're putting on that community in inspire me to do the sane remind i want to be able to bring back to moscow rows ahead people received me in that same way i would be lying to say i wasn't inspired and influenced by new.

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"lawson" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

05:02 min | 1 year ago

"lawson" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"Jay wills zoo presented by progressive insurance all the goodyear hotline key steps in to get up. So who joins me. Man bart scott. So you're on the show called barton haunt. How is it good. I heard his half good. We're we miss you. We mitch over there. It's been crazy. Why can't the jets have nice things. Why can't we have nice at least finally somebody sitting next to me that understand a former jet that understands the jet misery. 'cause ks like telling me they weren't going to be good anyway teams matter like listening keys. Bitter right the buckner he. He took off his hat longtime ago. I'll tell you what you know. They they arguably with loss would probably have one of the best defensive lies in the game right. Think about clinton williams ascending been able to have a true pass rusher next to him. Had a true pass rusher since. John abraham ram now. You can't double team either one of you get to slide coverage which allows rankings fodder kasey all the other guys meyers on the other side to get one on one. You spec them. I hope that they can win to protect that young secondary. Now everything's out of the window. You gotta be more aggressive. The quarterbacks won't be able to burp the baby you're had the blitz p when you're going to expose your back in you get cj moseley. You know he shows you arguably the he's the greatest fifty seven in the history of the jets organization. Here you hurts itself in the first half haven't seen him in two years the most high price off season acquisition that they got this year two seasons later call lawson looks great. Right gets hurt happens again. That was the only. We've now all around the country going. Why are we talking about the jets. The jets are not going to be good. Okay it's all about perspective. It's all about perspective of a team that drafted very high in the draft at number two and they took a quarterback and barton. Zach wilson moved up aggressively. Get tucker that was also that was key to the tucker obviously was a nice addition to upgrade the offensive. Line's another piece there as well after last year. Mci in in the first round. So it's it's were watching with joe. Douglas the rebuild of a team. And this is. I mean you'd call this year. Two of a rebuild even though it's been because it's only a second trap getting count right. You didn't call you talk about you. Know what he was able to do in the off season going out and getting morgan moses. That's that was big right there like now. You can say okay. We're putting zach wilson. A young rookie quarterback out there taking them to the wolves not so quickly. He has some backup. You'd think about elijah more. You think about you know crowder stand. Been going on and going to get davis. Ma'am say laurie right. Davidson is taking it right. The good draft michael. Kara who people believe should have been a second round draft pick this. This was a team that may not be going into the playoffs. But this was a team that was going to let everybody know that they were ascending. Right ascending much. Like the san francisco forty niners team did just a couple of years before kyle shanahan got. He's building his team in a right way. They still have tremendous draft equity going forward next year. Two first round draft picks they can go get two great guys. But now you're going to have karl laws on a three year deal. You're not going to see him the first year to deal. Read something that kara lawson wrote on instagram in a moment part scott joining us right now in the studio giving us the straight talk like he always does brought to you by straight talk wireless no contract no compromise. So carlson went to instagram. After the injury to say for those who truly know me know what this is know that this is like a flesh wound to me. God's with me. I control what i can control. Some always back better loved ones friends and fans. Please please keep your chins up. So i can raise minds higher flesh. That's all it is. It's an achilles bart roll. Pass your pro linebacker. You understand the idea of bursts in the importance of that first step and everything else and achilles pass rusher just just try to describe what what will we see him as an impact player off this injury. You is that your biggest concern about him. Everybody responds differently. I remember he says we'll have the same injury and he's still went on to continue to have effective in in throws yeah to real songs dominate all. The world knows my bad. Yeah you know he was able to go on. Still continue to be dominant. He's young you hope he can byles back to technology and the surgeries a lot better than it used to be. He's probably gonna go down this dr anderson down in charlotte who does all the foot and toe and all that type of you know type of things but you know just another blow right because now you know we really can't evaluate quinn williams wanted to see quin williams potentially have dominate season. And now we don't know right. He's coming back in. We haven't seen it. We were anticipating is going to be dominant and we just don't know how you respond coming back to that because usually what happens when you come back from injury compensation so you worry about the killys dan. Now you worry about okay. Acl what's going to be different on. Him is going to be a got as needed to. Really you know rush from one side or the other based on. What's achilles daddy. Hurt these these dual practices. Now these joint practices that you're seeing in the nfl season game really become more and more of.

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"lawson" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

05:06 min | 1 year ago

"lawson" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"Mean like you had a crowd scene like every day like one on one going in and it was like meaning and dave hutches young randy lang bob glauber like i would feed him every jerry eskenazi like every single day they'd come and sit and you see him every day for a couple of hours because they couldn't watch practice bill with just get outta here out of the bubble and they would come in sit at room meeting room you guys would come into. It would be a podium in there. and then you guys would come in so a lot of times you know there was no of the how will give so much hail it. Just do it on purpose. You know just. Because i was just being a jerk just because you wanted to. I like them. They're all like so cool. They're all cool. But that's the funny thing you say that and yet the way you treated some media members they felt like you hated them. But that's the problem. Right because i like having fun right. That's how a lot of people feel you know. They don't really know who am i. Should i say this. They're not say that he's gonna know i'm the easiest. Do going be honest with me though. You knew what the jets were before you got. There was drafted. Thought we were gonna be good because like rich. Said what we had all these high priced free agents. Plus i came here and it's like okay. Donald just went through a super bowl. Like like i'm young. I'm not even knowing me coming out of college. All i know is his new york city. It's the pros nilo donaldson the suit. He didn't have this thing about the like this first franchise. I had no idea none at all zero now after you left. Did you have a different view of the franchise. No i didn't. I thought that they screwed up for trading me but that's all knew well think about all the things that went down there. Bill belichick didn't want h. C. j. i give ourselves stepped aside ownership change. But i didn't and you young. I was too young to understand fully understand the dynamics. Around all of that. When i say i was at the press conference when bill decided not to take the right. So i'm just like oh damn my coach. Who now what do we do. Yeah i was too young. I i just didn't understand what was going on. So you laugh at me. When i go through the angst of what i call the curse of the swamp. I mean since franchises moved to the meadowlands it's been nothing but fake spike misery. I mean it's just a constant but fumble fakes right just all this stuff. That happens that and in between it. It's those teases of what. Rex ryan getting the team to back to back championship games the ninety eight championship appearance. Those things that tees you and then there's always though in between it. Those just absolute gut punches of the achilles chad in the shoulder on and on and on if the jets at some point in time in your lifetime god willing get to the super bowl. It's gonna be like just happened with chicago cubs for me. Yes like i've seen. I've seen the islanders win stanley cups four of them. I've seen the yankees win world series several of them. well people chicago. Yeah no rhyming. Might my team. But i've never seen the knicks win. A champion of the jets went super bowl. I've never seen the jets in a super bowl. So i don't even know how i feel about that because i'm so used to getting this far and then something knowing that would be if the jets got to a super bowl. We would be on insufferable as a fan base annoying. Know all the screaming and the hollering and we would we. Would we would people's names loudly down. Do you remember in the in the spring just this spring when the knicks won a playoff gear in the first round a single playoff game. All it did was even the series. Did you see the scene on seventh avenue and third street. Yeah it was. It was as if in any other market a championship have been one so in a couple years maybe wilson. We'll take him to a championship or suv. Maybe maybe that's i think that's where all waiting for waiting on that but you don't seem to have that confidence in him like you're all about look right right. That's your each. He just looks like he's in high school his face. He looks young young man. Like damn when did you get us came from prom but might turn out to be a good quarterback. I don't know i. I need to see it in regular season. I need to see what they got going. You know. I just need to see it. Yeah it's look again the injury lawson for people understand. It's a very frustrating thing to happen because it's one piece that you excited to say no. No one has any any reasonably. This was going to be some type of successful season meaning playoffs anything else. But you're hoping is building towards something more frustration for jets fans so anyways i still can't wait for the jets season start because i'm a fan even though they make me sad. I'm still a fan. So we'll discuss more of that coming up next after.

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The Latest: England eases self-isolation guidelines

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

The Latest: England eases self-isolation guidelines

"People in England who have come into contact with someone with the corona virus will no longer have to self isolate if they've been double vaccinated all if they are under eighteen years of age the change which has just come into effect has been welcomed by businesses throughout the country many companies have sought the stuff soul touches as a result of the requirement for people to spend ten days in quarantine if they have been in contact with the positive case Lawson adviser not compelled to take a PCR test if they find out they've been in contact with the positive case people who test positive will still be legally required to self isolate however Karen Thomas London

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Allmendinger Gets 1st Indy Win in Crash-Marred Brickyard 200

AP News

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Allmendinger Gets 1st Indy Win in Crash-Marred Brickyard 200

"AJ Allmendinger survived a chaotic finish to win the first ever NASCAR Cup road race at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway a loose curbing late in the race lead to a pair of wrecks that took out multiple cars early in the second shoot out chase Briscoe pump race leader Denny Hamlin taking Hamlin out and putting almond digger in front I don't even know like we know showing up the road course races like we can we have fast race cars but like at Indy the way that played out like I mean this is just pure enjoyment it was all men diggers first win of the year Ryan Blaney finished second Carl Lawson was third and leads the Cup points standings Tom McCabe Indianapolis

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Boston Celtics: Becky Hammon and Kara Lawson Are Ideal HC Fits

The Jump

01:42 min | 2 years ago

Boston Celtics: Becky Hammon and Kara Lawson Are Ideal HC Fits

"The celtics per soccer practice facility in boston this billboard went up campaigning for becky hammon or terra lawson to be the next head coach again. Keira has worked on the celtics staff. She is just fantastic. Monico who do you think is the best bit to code the celtics. I don't necessarily have a name yet right. Although i liked the connection that care has but i have three cs. Candidates should have they've got to be able to connect with this squad. They got to be creative in the offense and the talents of these guys and they've obviously got to be able to convert in terms of everything that they're doing practice. I'm behind the scenes. Has the translate on the basketball court. Care i kind of liked that idea so this answer. I am no way shape before trying to take this coach away from the current currency. Which is nate. Mcmillan from. The atlanta hawks. Because i think the hawks likely will try to keep him. But i think what mcmillan has proven and shown what he can do with trae young. Just imagine what he could do. Because he's defensive money he has all the pieces. He has all the young talent offensively. Mcmillan would be good candidates as well as becky hammon. I think hammond that she can handle a team. I think she won the something. Many years back spurs obviously and she took control. That team did a great job. So i mean. I think there's some great candidates out there ought always chauncey billups after-sale. Who's put his time in as well. But i think make is showing that he can handle superstars and and take them to the next level. If the hawks don't take him snatching maybe it's up

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"lawson" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

06:05 min | 2 years ago

"lawson" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

"Know what would your dad do. Hearings were divorced at that point state he says yeah oh man that was the other thing that you know we were all it was it was it is just a while to think about all of that now and how many people helped us along the way and how many like i think about row now i think about this holding deal from warner brothers now i think about just everything that alliance for all of us to be year it was it was It's really not son of a miracle. It is the the chances of survival in this sound like. we're going to the arctic. The chances of survival here in hollywood into the also a single mom. She was like you know. I think i'm sorry. I turned forty during look by the way not hitting on you. I'm just saying you look fantastic. I would have thought thirty two. I'm michael no you look great. Is that now. Is that really good because you you do look out god thank you so much. I feel great. I feel great. That's good but was it a divorce hard for you as a kid. Yeah divorce is diverse. Awful was awful. I went through it too. I went through a divorce In fact i've been through might let's see sister has been divorced four times. My dad's divorced twice. My mom's divorced anyway. I you know. I get that be. How old were you when they when they split up twelve will. That's got to be incredibly hard. Yeah it was. It was i i. It's really really hard to is just really hard I went through myself A few years ago. And i i i think is a kid on. There was a sort of pressure that may be. You wanna be. I know for me. I kind of wanted to be everything. To both of 'em i wanted to help them. That was my feeling was like. Oh i wanna help you heal and i wanna help you heal and i wanna lake. Everybody's hurting and this. Yeah it's just a it's really complicated. Hard thing to go through and end but also i think sometimes from best as hard as it is. It's it's not necessarily the unhappy ending. Only do you see signs as a twelve year old. Because i saw signs and i was a kid and i was like these people should not be together. I knew that my parents shouldn't be together so it didn't shot me with shock me as a. They were together as long as they were. So was your shocking or was a dysfunctional shocking. At all i remember. I think i remember sort of thinking like i was surprised it it. It hadn't happened yet. But i think there was Like i remember. They separated once. When i was about eight and i was so devastated that i don't have a ton of memory from it. I just remember like my brain exploded. And i remember just being so overwhelmed that thought and i actually think my reaction is one of the reasons that they were like okay. We need to we need. Maybe we need this for now. You're so devastated that your parents probably got back together. That was probably the reason reason that they were unhappy. Vervoort guy yeah i mean. That's that's tough but they both supported your endeavors. They both supported you. Go out to los angeles and yeah. Yeah i think for the most part they were both always. I mean i. I always felt that support. I mean i did plays from the time. I was eight years old and That was always the one thing. And i'm so grateful i look back on it now. Think about it so wild. When i think about my mom being my age and having like teenage kids making decision to go to holly resume i it's so while but Yeah there was this feeling that even in everything my family went through in the struggles that we had that we we could still do anything. Like dream big And so i for that. I'm just incredibly grateful like nothing was awesome. It's it's it's sort of that same thing to talk still were they. Friends did they. Do they talk nothing. Yeah mine don't either. In fact i always had this fear at my wedding. I'd have to have two different weddings because it'd be so uncomfortable to have them both in the same room and i really have. I've my therapist is like why are you talk. You're not even a year. Not even a committed relationship let alone mary. You're fucking worried about your wedding and your parents being there. This is anxiety out the ass michael us. Well i haven't you though. I think about things like that all the time. And it's like oh my god wait. This isn't even a real scenario. I don't do people think. Because i think when i get married it's going to be forever and i'm not going to meet someone that i'm not going to be in love with an and then did is this how you felt. Obviously you've got divorced but like most people do get divorced a lot of people it's not like the forties or everybody stays together because society says you should. Did you feel like this is forever. This is the. Is that how you feel when you get married. Yeah it's amazing how things just turn turn turn around so quickly though. Yeah yeah it is. That's how do how do you do that. What do you wh- is it. Certain things you just see. As you go and your. Wow i was wrong. This isn't wasn't as.

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Remembering a Video Game Pioneer

Talking Tech

01:40 min | 2 years ago

Remembering a Video Game Pioneer

"Hey listeners mike schneider here in molina and welcome back to talking tech so mike. I remember a while back. You were writing the story about jerry lawson who is a black pioneer the video game industry. The folks might know about and his name has come back in the news again. That's right Jerry lawson who passed away in two thousand eleven was an engineer and designer at fairchild camera and instrument company in silicon valley there. He led a team that created a game system called the fair fairchild video entertainment system now a lot of you may not have heard of that and the reason you may not have heard of this because a year later the atari twenty six hundred came out in nineteen seventy seven but the reason the fairchild consoles important is because that was the first one that could play an unlimited number of games because it was the first us games on cartridges. Obviously that led to eventually an entire video game industry. You know where you could buy whatever game she wanted and put him in play them and take them out and changed another game. A lot of the early game systems had all the games. Hardwired in or they used other more rudimentary types of data. Anyway so now. The usc games program at the university of southern california in los angeles has announced the gerald lawson endowment fund for black and indigenous students at it's an initiative to increase the minority representation in games in tech and the grand will be known as lawson scholars and a familiar name take two

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"lawson" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

06:31 min | 2 years ago

"lawson" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Carl Lawson with the fourth round pick in an effort to replace his production, they take eggs, guys and round 34 and seven Yeah, and the Bangles. Um, certainly not not the team that always burns it up in free agency. That's more like New England. New England drafts and it's they just go out how well that will get him in free agency. The Bangles the opposite of that, for for a whole bunch of reasons. On D I think out of that to Cameron sample from two lane. He's just like the guy was like, Well, you know, he's a project. We'll see how it pans out. And which is kind of weird around four, right? I mean, that's the vibe I got was like, Well, maybe a year, Maybe two will see. Um we can work with this guy and get more needs to be. Yeah. Look, we've we've We've seen the Bangles address the edge with project guys in early around Margus Hunt. And with markets and Cincinnati. It never really worked out. If you're going to take a project I on the edge, I'd thought whether do it with the 111th pick. Then, you know, picking early in round two, which is what they did with what they did with Marcus Hunt. Yeah, There's look, you're talking about a 62 kids you're talking about. Who got a lot of FTS level of attention and then ended up getting a gig at an FBI school into lane. First team All 80 80 guys 7.5 sacks. He got better every single year. Big back. Um, they don't talk about his explosiveness. They don't talk about his speed. But the production and in a truncated season was there and again. Um, you know, in the middle rounds, you're not always looking for guys who are gonna make an instant impact. But there is a lot of upside and again. It's certainly addresses a position of me. But I think you also look at it is. Hey, You know what? We had some capital Bern here Because, remember the second round they traded down with the England They got Jackson Carmen who They're going to get any way eight picks before that. They get a couple of extra fourth rounders. So you come in and you get all right. We'll get him. But we know just a few pics later. Like what? 10 picks late. 11 picks later. You know how much of a different sort of be the 10th 11 picks in the fourth round. So, uh, s so you know, they're coming to get what? Tyler Shevlin on. Ls you This guy is a He's a beast, right? This is basically a bowling ball with legs. 350 something pounds right over £350 monkey, broad shoulders, wide hip sickness all over the place. Couple of things. Number one. This was regarded as a very shallow class. Some interior defensive lineman number two people talk about lack of discipline and his conditioning being a little bit of an issue. Um, one NFL scouts said quote he could be Vince will fork. If he was motivated to be so, All right. You know you're you're you're question Mark type guys typically fall to Saturday. He doesn't have a ton of experience mentioned. He opted out. Last year. He was only a one year starter, but Um, the size is what you're looking for first, and you talked about it. This is a guy teach that wound close to £390. So conditioning can be a little bit of an issue. But you cannot quarrel with the size and you know again. What I wonder is in a different year with the deeper class of interior defensive lineman. Where is he? Where is Tyler Sheldon? But You're certainly attracted by the socks, right? Well, don't just just don't eat yourself out of the NFL like Tony Pike did that's all. Don't eat yourself out of the NFL like Tony piped it, Thomas Shoveling. Just calm down. Hit the gym, Father coaches, Father nutritionist, Do what you need to do and let it take care of itself because you can't teach £350 Man mountains. Um, also so the third pick in the fourth round Deante Smith. I don't know much about this guy, uh, seems like another project for Frank Polich. Yeah, suffered an injury after just one game this past season at CCU, but it had a lot of experience started. Every game in 2019 started every game the previous year, handle the left tackle spot, and they want a pro style stock on offense. Um, where the thing is, they had that issue you three different offensive line coaches during his five years and still Developed at a pretty nice base, and he was great at the Senior Bowl after missing basically his entire year. He's a former high school wrestler, and he credits he credits being a high school wrestler with really allowing him to unlock your skills. You know, again Project has to sharpen his technique, but a lot of upside 5 £305 good, multiple fame. Um and, you know, look They needed offense, The Rheiman they took two with their first with their first six picks, and and a guy here with a lot of experience, Frankly, maybe not as good as finacial, but more experiences a starter in college football and an honorable mention All Conference guy in 2019 0 is here from ESPN. 15 30 here in the afternoon. Three o'clock through a six today. And I were talking about the Bengals draft. Obviously here to. In retrospect, it was a pretty good one. Bye bye. All measurements all metrics, and most analysts agree. The Bengals did pretty good this year. I think it's interesting that in the fifth round, they take the only kicker that that went. And that has happened. MacPherson out of Florida who has a monster legged monster accuracy. He's Mr all sec. I think a record for career field goal percentage. I think, as we set the record for the SEC On dicks over 50 yards. You know, it's always interesting to me about how kick Well, you know, kickers are a dime a dozen get to skill players in there, too, But, yeah, I don't know. There's just there's also the gamble to write is mentally. It's a more of a mental game. And look at Randy Bullock, right. It thinks are today wobbling in your head a little bit. You got problems, not the physical aspect. It's the mental aspect and rising to the pressure because it's all on you at that moment, but man You get a kicker like well, like Pittsburgh has, like Baltimore has. It's a whole different. It's literally a whole different game because you're talking about three points. And if you don't move the football well, like the Bengals haven't recently. Now a kicker becomes even more important. Get some points on the board. It's very important. You mentioned Baltimore with Justin Tucker. It's such a great weapon to have. When you have a guy who can take possessions that for other teams would end in the punch, and they could end with You getting three points and let's be honest here. If the Bengals were gonna have a winning season, and that's the goal, they're gonna have to win games decided by clothes money, which is not something they've done well. Uh, under Zach Taylor. And, you know? Yeah. They replaced Randy Bullock with Austin Cyber. It always felt like Excuse me..

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Covid vaccine: PM to have AstraZeneca jab as he urges public to do the same

FT Politics

08:50 min | 2 years ago

Covid vaccine: PM to have AstraZeneca jab as he urges public to do the same

"When johnson talks about the uk's world-beating response to covid nineteen vaccine pogrom passes muster. It's been an unqualified success or one of the reasons. His conservative party are so far ahead in the polls over twenty five million brits have received their job so fall but the government unexpectedly announced show fall in the number of vaccines delivered in april juice. Supply issues and the debate has a geopolitical angle. To given the you struggling with its own vaccine rollout slovan the line. The european commission president on the block might even consider export controls. All options are on the table. We are in the crisis of the century. And i'm not ruling out any anything for now because we have to make sure that europeans are vaccinated as soon as possible so sarah. Let's begin with the overall state of the uk's vaccine pogrom based on what was set out in december. It's pretty much all going to plan fairly high levels of takeover ninety four percent i believe and the government is insisting that all over fifty will have had their first job by the middle of april. So what's the problem. Well a week ago we would have said. This was indeed the most Astonishingly amyloid success and a sign of vessel. Buoyant moved around it. Was that the with some very clear briefing to a couple of the saturday newspapers suggesting that we were actually going to move to the over forty's much sooner than expected so it was a bit of a jolt to find out on wednesday that in fact. Nhs people involved in the program had been told that they must hold booking any new appointments throughout april because the been a sudden very significant reduction in the supplies available so that really has put the first serious dent in the narrative which right from december the eight. I think it was the day. That william shakespeare became one of the first two vaccine as now suddenly. The government is in the unaccustomed position of having to explain what's happening and explain why some of the public expectations that they'd raised so hard may not be met to be fair to the government. They still absolutely insisting they're on track with the two big dates that they've set for this program that all over fifty should be vaccinated by the middle of april. And all adult britons. Who wants a job will have had it at the end of july. But there's no question that it's been a difficult political management problem for them this week and very much not the position that they'd hoped to be in the club. Let's have a look at why this might be happening and seven. I spent a lot of this week speaking to people. Whitehall trying to figure out exactly what was going on behind the scenes with matt. Hancock gave us a of clarity in the house of commons and the government is pinning own production issues. The first one is this batch of one point seven million jobs that we sent back for testing and the second thing is the supply from the soham institute of india which again the governor's put down to supply issues but others are saying that actions being blocked by modi's government from shipping out to the uk. Exactly it is pretty opaque what's happening. There are two elements. Here that can hold up. Supplies one is the genuinely technical difficulties in producing a complex biological process. I mean it's not straightforward zanu vaccine and a lot of the manufacturing sites haven't made this sort of marin a vaccine before it scale factor. You could say none of them have because this is the first one. That's the fiso won. The astra zeneca at novartis vaccine is also level to a complicated process. So there are technical supply issues and then there at the political ones. You alluded to and i don't know whether the serum institute of india supply has been blocked for political reasons because india was having rather a good downturn in covert cases. But that's turning up again. Unfortunately and there are feelings. That indian government wanted to have it at home. This is so. I think if we look at the context of this a lot of it is actually not that much of a serious problem that we were crunching the numbers this week and april is a significant moment in the vaccine program for the uk. Because yes they were vaccinated all over fifty which according to people like christie chief medical officer of england which uses ninety nine percents of deaths on messages the pressure on the nhc s. But eneko you have to install the second jobs. Really the po- gum began to scale up towards the end of january and eleven week window. The nhl is set between the first and second doses. That really kicks in april and but hancock said this week that really still going to be delivering about fourteen million jobs throughout april which is low though. It's been in march but it's still a pretty high number so it's probably good to keep it in context with feels really what's gone wrong. Here is expectations that the rogue briefing about forty s really feels like delivers come off the bush tourism bush. Johnson's tried to restrain for much of twenty twenty. One yes and i think some. Nhs officials were less than delighted about that huge raising expectations last weekend. In a way. I think this was always going to be a difficult point for the program. It was absolutely predictable that at the point at which second doses to scale up there was going to be a deep in first doses. So it's perhaps unfortunate that there wasn't more subtle public preparation. You're absolutely right international standards even in april. We're still going to be doing more. Vaccinations than many of our counterparts. So it's particularly unfortunate wasn't better preparation. Because i think in the minds of a lot of britain's the will now be a sense of this program isn't doing well it's stumbled. It didn't have to be this way that it could have been very differently presented. And after all as i said the government is still on track to meet those two deadlines that it says now clive. We need to put this in the context of europe as well and we heard from s. the von d'alene at the top. That and you still really struggling with its vaccine vo loud but the most baffling things. She's seen this week. Is the story about the astra zeneca job and how effective or side effects. That may have in this concern. Over blood clots we heard from the ama from the nhra in the uk from the world health organization. All saying there are no concerns about blood. Clots and ashes annika vaccine yet at didn't stop lawson countries from halting giving out the doses. It's a very complicated picture on side effects. At least the spotlight turned away from efficacy. Before countries in continental europe were worrying that the astrazeneca vaccine wouldn't work well enough to older people. I think the efficacy questions have more or less be answered now. The spotlight is on whether they're adverse side effects and a few of those have been discovered there. These two different sorts of blood disorders do with abnormal clotting thrombosis that have been detected in people who just been vaccinated in norway in germany elsewhere on continental europe. The numbers are tiny. I would say fewer than twenty around the continent. Investigation is still continuing. There's no proven link with the vaccine. But a lot of vaccine knowledge ists the might be a link. But that is no reason to stop the vaccination program when it's saving tens of thousands of lives probably and people have said that just by halting for a few days the astrazeneca vaccination and continental europe. This week until the european medicines agency said it was okay that would have cost lives. It loves cost lives directly because people weren't getting vaccinated and it also probably unfortunately of cost lives indirectly because all the publicity about ad side effects will just undermined confidence in the vaccine

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"lawson" Discussed on DrayZera UNCENSORED Podcast

DrayZera UNCENSORED Podcast

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"lawson" Discussed on DrayZera UNCENSORED Podcast

"Being in that when he said cave my full burma but he didn't have now. Is that somebody mad. That's a theme. As well what rosie. It's been an amazing podcast episode. I hope you enjoyed it and hope you have sweet now. Dan and jackie have anything to say to rosie or any questions. You'd like to wish you good luck with everything you've coming. When you finally get round doing you live performances enjoy embrace it because it takes it takes it. Tixx got some tights confidence to do this live. I'm sure you'll be fine and you drennan rushing. I'm sure well. I'm sure we shop so you'll I'm really excited and make sure you take it easy. And you take your time with russia for the like. Yeah just taking on. Yes definitely. I'm just going to enjoy the journey. I think yeah and get say exactly exactly. I'll literally exactly the same. We'll jack was going to say but yeah rosy rosy feel free to plug anything you want. Applaud all the links between description regardless but yeah. Please tell the listeners. Where they where they can find you like where they can click links and all that excellent. We'll have an inscribed on facebook page in the same name creations by If you give me a phone that would be great. It was a right outlawed profile just in my name rosie lawsuit perennial the poets out. You'll catch online events for the net for the foreseeable of speakeasy next week and i'll be on the facebook page. Thank you very much. Rosie loss of mazing amazing episode. And this has been myself. jackie. Hi dan pettit. And this is zero on sensing to next sign. We show sierra late..

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"lawson" Discussed on DrayZera UNCENSORED Podcast

DrayZera UNCENSORED Podcast

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"lawson" Discussed on DrayZera UNCENSORED Podcast

"Right like going to be like. I'm not going to be like a texas chainsaw massacre guy you know what i mean like ping long able to look at the positive sides legal. Arkansas cases met illness and shit much. Is you get like five things happen. You brains or same much. More aware enabled to do things other no reality. I think he's much more in tune with yourself on your stunned yourself. Bhakta and the people do very like open and your minds. Very broad mike. You can just absorb things in different ways. I think today i m. i recently found out a year ago. went for some examinations. Not i have what is known as hate jeff which is high functioning autism so basically i. It's very very mild. But because i felt like different to other people because the way the way i think the way i speak as a down at this point has no in many a very unique individual not down very very true to the point that like i do some things that you know like Sometimes that makes sense like We we have mentioned this in the lost episode. After for example mo- sensible people for example would wait until the best friends in for example in the house and the other are all the robles in the house. Went down like oh you know what is chilling you. Yes.

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NFL cuts expected to be a ‘massacre,’ ‘bloodbath’ next week

Cincy Jungle

05:38 min | 2 years ago

NFL cuts expected to be a ‘massacre,’ ‘bloodbath’ next week

"We are on the fringe. We're nearing free agency. Actually just read a very interesting to tweet about a nfl coach. Saying that next week was gonna be a bloodbath. with the cap situation Do the covid that it's going to be a very interesting year. A lot of people are going to be getting cut prior to free agency to free up room. So we'll see what happens In you know the free agents were talking about might not even be like the big guys you know we end up signing at the end of the day so one big name we have been talking about and you specifically talked about this guy. Quite a bit is joni From new england the patriots are not going to use the franchise on him again. They can't do it. They they're cap situation would allow forward. I believe but with what you end up making the second time around. It really doesn't make any sense to them. As i was listening to boston. Sports radio their day like they were talking about that. Very topic so loonies. He's a big name. being fans. Love is a big often. Attack was out there And they've got to think about bringing their own guys. Back to william jackson in kara lawson entering free agency. So that's a big big names in some big money right there. What what can really afford to do. So that you you hit the list You hit you hit the big players. They're they have of course two big guys. Internally that are scheduled to be free agents in jackson and lawson one of those may end up getting the franchise tag. Probably the non-exclusive. If i had a bad at this point i'd probably say it's carl lawson and and we don't know the exact figures yet but they'll come out soon what the values will be But it's based position and since deandre get paid a little bit more than corners. Speed deanne tag is going to be a little higher. But i think that's a cost of the bengals are willing to take just to avoid the risk of losing carl. Potentially at an already weakened spot you know masterpass russia's spin has been existent Especially last year And i think room on bengals dot com had a couple of comments today from an article today saying they're looking to shore up the pass rush and he didn't mention actually edge rusher cement of course interior pressure which was good to see liu mentioned and we can talk about some interior linemen. Who are going to be on the market that could provide some interior. Pass rush to collapse the pocket if you will but to your question about what. They can't afford i. There is a way for them to structure these contracts with the amount of space that they have available. Of course we don't know what official cap will be just like we don't know what the tag amounts are going to be. We don't really know the final numbers quite yet. We know the cap can't go below one eighty But let's assume it stays right at that floor. I been under the working on the assumption that it's going to creep up to one eighty five rather optimistically but who knows if it gets that high. Is you mentioned kobe. Kobe tope took all essentially all the local revenues that these teams generated and made it two zero for almost all of them. There are some teams based on the cities and state. They were in that allowed some attendance. That really you know. It was a small percentage of what a normal season would be. So they're sitting in a good spot. Relatively speaking in terms of current cap space. There are about thirty seven million once you account for the almost eleven million. They rolled over last year. So at that point if they just stay there. They're they're currently line to be seventh most in cap space and that's a lot to work with in terms just resigning those guys internally and then going out on the market for tuning type of player ariba some more mid tier guys in the bond bell mold last year. You know a more of a modest deal where you get a lot of value in that regard but if they ended up staying put without making cuts and being seventh and cap space that gives them a lot of flexibility. But i think to your earlier point. We are gonna start seeing a lot more cut. We started seeing some today. There were some report. I think gave jackson the right guard for the raiders is not. There's a report that they they're looking to trade their right tackle trent brown. If they can't find a trade partner they'll likely cut him too. So the market's going to be flooded. It's going to be starting to be flooded. It's going to be even more so and on the bengals and they're likely to make some calm cap cuts. They don't need to make them because they have plenty of room. But just the value is not there to keep some of these guys on the books. You know the names. Bobby heart which will save just under five point nine million. Bj phinney will save three and a quarter million with no dead money and then of course geno atkins. We've talked about the gino situation Pretty at length and the question will be whether they released him. Post june one or or designated or releasing prior to june one or designate him or our releasing post you one which adds a little bit more savings to it but if you cut those three guys even if you don't cut gino with a post june one designation that adds about nine million in addition In additional cap space. So if you had that. Nineteen to thirty seven. Obviously naira almost sixty million and fifty six million give or take And that would baltim- in the top five of capital so they have a lot of flexibility to enter the long-term extensions with both their internal free and to go out on the market and signs of sizeable Upgrades hopefully on the offense line and positions that they they really need to

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Covid long-haulers turn to Seattle rehab clinic

KUOW Newsroom

04:53 min | 2 years ago

Covid long-haulers turn to Seattle rehab clinic

"The corona virus arrived in the seattle area about a year ago. Some who got cova early on are still suffering. The people who still feel the effects of the disease months after their initial diagnosis are called long. Haulers reporter eilly show. Neil has more now on wear long haulers in the seattle area are turning to for care. Donna lawson is forty seven years old. I met her in the backyard of the house. She shares with her husband and teenage daughter in west seattle. I'm a designer artist. In a mother lawson got code back in march at the very beginning of the pandemic at first it seemed to be a mild case. But then things got worse in. May she was hospitalized for three days with low blood oxygen and when she got home she didn't get better. My legs feel like jello. All the time very very weak on really bad days and bad times. I'm trudging through. Concrete is what it feels like or like their cinderblocks literally on my feet or magnets pulling me to the ground. los and says she can't concentrate a remember things. She's tired all the time and no longer has the energy to make art or volunteer at her daughter's school. She says on a good day she's eighty percent of her old self for a few hours other days. She can't get out of bed. That gets me really choked up. Who knows if. I'll be myself again. I'm usually a pretty confident person. I really love helping people. And i love spreading joy. It's really hard to do that when you don't feel joy about ten percent of people who get covid still have at least one symptom two months after their diagnosis more women than men suffer from. What's being called locking cova. They have a broad range of symptoms from shortness of breath to trouble sleeping or concentrating to depression or anxiety. Lawson was never able to get a cova test because there weren't many available at the beginning of the pandemic so she says throughout her illness. Some doctors haven't believed that her symptoms are due to long cove. It when you have medical professionals poo poo what you're saying you can't help but wonder if you're crazy person. If the reason lawson and other long haulers have struggled to find care is that doctors don't fully understand long cove it yet when they run standard tests on long haulers most results come back negative exact mechanisms yet some of the basic science still pending and that will be helpful for guiding treatments. Aaron bananas a rehab physician at the university of washington's harborview medical center. He says researchers are still trying to figure out exactly what causes long cova loose suspicion that this may be a more of an immunologic response in patients or some of the micro-vascular pox insults that are occurring. Maybe causing some of the brain fog and other words long hunters immune systems could still be an overdrive or maybe their brains are still suffering from being deprived of oxygen pandemic worked with covid patients after they were released from the icu. But over time it became clear. It's not just the patients that have been hospitalized in who are very sick that are having long term symptoms and we're seeing this even in patients who may have been sick at home but now three months later are still struggling. That's why been now started a clinic. At harborview specifically serves cova. Long haulers. It's one of many such clinics that are popping up across the country to clinic. I if you want clinic part. Medical office part gym with treadmills parallel bars and other equipment to help patients build back strength and the ability to walk but now seems to know everyone here here he is. I've been good. How are you handsome every day. Now and his team are experts in rehab medicine. They help patients with their recovery and coordinate their complex care but now says his goal is to help his patients get back to whatever they were doing before they got sick. Got a law in our critical illness. Survivors that yeah. Their their heart is still beating and their breathing but everything that they valued and was meaningful in their life is now lost so i think our hope is that just wanna make sure were addressing getting or covert patients as much life as boston so far. This is the only clinic like this in the region. So it serves patients from oregon alaskan idaho as well as washington but now says at first. There was only a trickle of patients. But now the clinic gets forty new patients every week.

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20 Years Later: How Dale Earnhardt's Death Changed NASCAR Forever

ESPN Daily

04:15 min | 2 years ago

20 Years Later: How Dale Earnhardt's Death Changed NASCAR Forever

"Ryan mcgee. Espn daily's chief. Paint trading correspondent. Thank you for joining me man. That's me man when i started. Espn a really really long. Time ago and i had this accent there were like. Hey you know about nascar right. I go yes you do. More than just know about nascar ryan you have now reported and narrated a new film for east sixty and it's called intimidator the lasting legacy of dale earnhardt. And i wanna talk to you about it today because it's a lot. It's about a lot more than how transcendent dale was on the track. It focuses on how he radically changed. Nascar's culture when it comes to safety but before we get into that. I do want you to just kinda sketch out for us. Who dale was for the uninitiated here and what made him such a towering figure in the nascar universe well and it's interesting because he's been gone twenty years i mean nascar's more than seven hundred races without del earnhardt and so for those of us of a certain age the idea of having to explain him and and why he's such a big deal seems insane but we saw what the last dance. The last dance ron's and half of twitter was like well. He was good. But you know this jordan character. Yeah we should know about it and we were so offended but bless their hearts. They didn't see him play. And so in this case you know. You have an entire generation twenty years exactly of sports fans who didn't see our heart race but it wasn't just about seventy six wins seven championships and also was just about the presence in the room. Always say with dell earnhardt if there was a thousand of us in a ballroom and we're all looking at a stage and he were to come in the back door when none of us were looking. We'd all instinctively. Just turn around because the air in the room changed. There was just a presence in a way that it carried himself and conducted his business and the intimidator thing that was legit. Every time i will. I know him. And every time i was in a room with him there was a little part of me. That was just trying not to say something stupid or pass out so on the back of the baseball card ryan so to speak. What are the accomplishments. That people should know about what dale did. Well the seventy six winds are really big deal but the seven championships and seventy plus year. The stockcar racing only three people one seven championships the checkered flag bands around their heat waves to them. That checkered card. His greatest success was on the super speedways. the taliban soup speedway and daytona he one thirty four racists and though tone national speedway thirty four nella one of those was the daytona five hundred and that was part of the appeal for him was even though he was this one tough customer and the man in black timid and all those things it took you twenty tries to finally win the daytona five hundred lawson in heartbreaking fashion multiple times twenty years frustration. Taylor that program names on the can't take it off. I guess i love it. He just he was in every man but he also of superman and that was always the appeal and outside of that ballroom. Full of the sports powerbrokers ryan. What was his status. Like regionally among the nascar faithful. How would you begin to describe what he meant to those people. What i hated it. Because when he came along in the late nineteen seventies. and you know it wasn't disrespect. But he didn't back down from. Richard petty from kailua from bobby allison from david pearson from any pissed them off the couldn't stand him and he would recommend a short track race. In martinsville and afro richer. Penn is electric. Listen kid you can't do it like this. And he just kept doing his way.

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Valentine scams, SolarWinds, and a data deletion bungle

Smashing Security

05:19 min | 2 years ago

Valentine scams, SolarWinds, and a data deletion bungle

"Chums jumps happy. You ever made a mistake at work. Nope i used to work with you. So never made a mistake disagreed. Because you got it. Wrong of course allen as as a visiting professor at the university of surrey. Have you would you own up to a need goofs. Yes i would say. I often make mistakes. But i'd like to think of mistakes opportunity to learn. That's what i tell the students anyway. But unfortunately asset i've made i am part of. It is one of the reasons. I want to talk about what we're going to run. Which is that. You'd make certain assumptions as you're analyzing berries incidents for example you base it on a certain amount of information as you learn more you realize that you are mistaken. It's not so much that you were mistaken but the jump to conclusions and you learn very quickly that you really should do that Hurry along graham. We gotta get to this well now now. I used to be a computer program. I don't know five review of ever programmed computers limiting every you do. I haven't really ever. You haven't done a ten print corollas cool. I've done that rogue ramming really island of you ever made any programming mistakes l. Yes quite a few in fact in some of the earliest programs. I you have to go back a long way to find the machines that i i worked on a hold on was at joke that it was with cards you would submit them to some high priest through a three days later you get the results back and you learn very quickly not to make a mistake because you'd have to go through the whole thing again so you actually became very very serious with your program. These days people make a mistake and act conditioned component away. They go but now those days it was very much you have to be got to be so careful so the first half dozen yours make a mistake. Well i suddenly remember making some mistakes in my early days of program. One of my jobs was to Right the windows. Version of dr solomon's antivirus toolkit and the way in which we worked in those days is we actually had no computer viruses at the office. All of the computer viruses were. Alan solomons spare bedroom at his house. Well it was more secure than having them in the office last thing we wanted to overdo ship them to anyone but that meant that when i did programming on the virus finding engine i didn't actually have anything to test it against so i remember once i was given the source code in the challenge of speeding it up a little bit and i did some work on it for a few days my body back and i said i said i. You know it's a fair bit faster now. i think i've increased speed by twenty percent or something so alan took it back to the viruses and he said well done yes. You have split up. Unfortunately it no longer detects any malware. Two zero percent detect super fast. So you don't well then graham. Good thing your podcast. These days exactly. Yes nothing's dangerous as per so coating cock-ups can happen. I want to talk to you about something along those lines now. In the united kingdom we have a supercomputer system called the police national computer system the p. n. c. which stalls and shares information and criminal records between forces across the country so if police are investigating something rather than looking at old cards in a filing cabinet or anything about they can actually use the computer and suddenly can quiz. The computer even officers can use it for real time check so if they stop someone in the street they can calling. Someone will look up on the police national computer. If you're wanted in relation go. I gotta i gotta right exactly grow. You know lacrosse about her. Being in trouble with the law next okay. Now this week tell that story right well last month. It became headline news that some of the records stored on the police national computer. Databases had been unfortunately lost. What do you mean lost. Well i don't mean lost down the back of the sofa. Okay i interesting you bring up so famous interesting in fact. Why wouldn't i bring up so i would you to ground. You'll see you'll see later. Oh okay In fact over two hundred thousand records were reportedly deleted from the police. National compulsive not misplaced but actually lawson lost ju to what they described as technical issue It's set a good term now. I think when you've worked in the field of cybersecurity for well when you hear a company suffering from technically shoes. It's very natural to assume the worst it's very natural to assume. Oh maybe they'd been hacked. Maybe some ransom has been planted. Maybe they're downplaying it right. You feel like they're downplaying snafu. That might have happened. Maybe not sharing enough detail. Yeah yeah yeah. that's true. So the home office. They said that the loss data related people who'd been arrested and then released without further action.

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Petty, No. 11 Alabama hold off South Carolina 81-78

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 2 years ago

Petty, No. 11 Alabama hold off South Carolina 81-78

"John petty junior scored twenty points in divine Quinerly added thirteen as eleventh ranked Alabama got past South Carolina eighty one seventy eight he also provided a team high eight rebounds in his first twenty point performance in six games the Gamecocks had a chance to tie it late but they settle for just him and I is two point with two seconds left instead of going for a three AJ Lawson finished with twenty one points and I had fifteen for South Carolina Alabama is sixteen and five overall eleven and one in the SEC after rebounding nicely from Saturday's loss to Missouri I'm Dave Ferrie

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Software is eating the world, and it could eat your business

BTV Simulcast

02:16 min | 2 years ago

Software is eating the world, and it could eat your business

"Its mark on this year's 50 companies to watch announced in the latest issue of Bloomberg Business Week, the year head Ah guided 2021 1 company on the list. Cloud communications platform TWILIO, having gained over $40 billion in market value since January of last year, with high profile customers like Nike Lift and the American Red Cross. Giulio, co founder and CEO Jeff Lawson is hoping to teach other businesses in Silicon Valley. How to navigate digital competition by embracing the role of software in his new book, Ask your Developer. Jeff joins us Now, Jeff, the pandemic has been a reckoning for a lot of companies. And you think Cos who could get software right? Win those who can't Will become obsolete. What do you mean? I think the pandemic made even more apparent a trend that was already happening 15 years ago, Mark Andriessen said. Software is eating the world and now here we are the companies that are able to delight their customers in digital using Phone, APS and mobile app send the Web like those of the company's when we do business with them when they do really well when they build great software that differentiates themselves in the eyes of their customers. Those of the companies that are winning the heart, the minds and the wallets of customers, and those aren't just start ups. It's every industry that is getting challenged. The power of software to upgrade itself and to build these better customer experiences and the companies who unleashed their technical talent. There's software developers. Those of the companies were actually able to do a great job of it, and it's sort of interesting. I've talked to so many business executives through the years and they always seem like it. Z magically don't really know how developers work, how they think there's this divide. They don't really know what goes on over there in the in the technical land and as a CEO myself, also software developer coming out. 1 ft in each world, and I thought I've got this unique perspective to help business executives understand what their saw software developers are doing help with how they think how they work toe ultimately build a bridge. Achieve the common goal, which is to build amazing digital products and digital experiences that delight customers that have millions or billions of customers and that ultimately make the company money because that's what everybody wants to do.

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