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Explaining Assessment for Learning
"Can you explain what assessment for learning is and why it's important case mark. Let's start with you okay. So assessment for learning is the process of seeking and interpreting evidence for use by use of teacher and for us for learns to decide where learners are learning. Whether need to go and help us together. That's it. I'm an easy. What about you know. Of course i agree. What mark just said. But i think it is understanding that. It's what you make out of that information that you just get so. It's essentially if it just gabbing. Mesa is just assessment so the point is how are you going to use it and actually to help learners improve their learning. But that's assessment for learning and sarah. Can you add anything new to that. I completely agree with both mark. Lisi and i really like what what mark said about she thought about it myself is. It's just that having that understanding of of where you'll learn are currently Whether they need to be in how to get in there and for me. When i was training that was really nice way of thinking about assessments. Learning and has malaysia said the core. This isn't assessment. It's about improving using that to change your practice. Some how to make sure learning is to go. I was going to ask you actually. What was your first experience of assessment for learning when you were teach. Did you find it. Intimidating confusing. I found out. I found it off. Because i was trained in one thousand nine hundred fifty seven nine hundred ninety eight a mess when i bit of research came out from william in nine hundred ninety eight and so it was being presented. Something which was new and different. But actually it isn't it's it's completely integrated with what you would do in a productive classroom. We are trying to get your students to learn actively in my case it was. Actually i didn't because i was a teacher in brazil and unfortunately teacher. Training brazil's not good. So i think i learned what assessment for learning is actually quite late when i actually wasn't teaching anymore which is really unfortunate. So yeah i. I did have a lot of experience over so it was a big focus when i trained back in twenty ten And it was a really cool part of of my teacher. Training program I think quite early wh- on. I was quite intimidated by it. Even all these different strategies. And how do i fit them in. But i think as you become less of a novice teacher it does become more natural and you do start to think in that way it that that kind of the need to generate feedback from your learning says become part of of what. Eda percent nearly on delivery had to plan in all these opportunities doing so that would be all kind of reassuring advice to a new teacher. It will get better. Maybe a tiny bit confusing or intimidating. First but you will get used to it. I would agree
Examining The Diplomatic Deal Between Israel, United Arab Emirates
"Newly established diplomatic ties between Israel and the United Arab Emirates are having an effect. The U. A. E is welcoming thousands of Israelis President Trump's administration. Promoted these diplomatic ties as a historic breakthrough, which was true Israel had been isolated from many Arab nations for decades. Israel's leaders says the agreement proves that peace does not have to come at a cost. NPR's Daniel Estrin traveled to Dubai and the U. S a toe ask just what kind of peace is being promoted? It's not hard to spot Israeli tourists and devise busy gold market way. Silas are very noisy, and they understand us here. I feel no tour guide. Lisi is wearing a sequined shirt and a blue scarf around her strawberry red hair she poses for pictures with elaborate gold wedding garments in the window displays. Later, she'll ski at Dubai's famous indoor ski slope in Jordan. I don't know if I will feel like this Not in Egypt Way make fine here and next month I come again. Egypt and Jordan share a cold peace with Israel and most other Arab countries refuse relations with Israel, as long as Palestinians don't have independence, but the U A E. I gave Israelis what they have long sought. A sense of acceptance in the region were wanted in our country Don't feel wanted by the Arabs. And here they want me here. L a needs Ziegel Boy Wonder's Dubai Spice Market. With six friends, all elementary school teachers and Moratti's in the market are reluctant to speak on tape about their countries embrace of Israel, which is still controversial in the region. I asked the Israeli school teacher is this piece? I don't know if it's a real piece or not. I think that both countries have interest in this peace because we need them. They need us. The Israelis gain business opportunities. One Israeli I met, signed a deal to grow lettuce using pipes and the Emirati desert. And the Emma Ronnie's Get Israel's blessing to buy American made F 35 fighter jets, Bahrain, Sudan and Morocco also normalized ties with Israel. And it was the U. S offering the incentives without concessions by Israel so long to watch a loom. Which alone middle. What's MMA Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu promoted the U A e deal as peace for peace instead of the old paradigm land for peace. He says It sets a precedent. Israel doesn't need to give up land to the Palestinians to win friends in the Arab world. But I Moratti's still want Palestinians on their side U A e ambassador to the U S. You said fellow Taipeh. We still want to see a two state solution. We still want to see a negotiation between the two parties. Perhaps just perhaps we might be able to have more influence and more leverage when we do have a relationship with Israel. Emirati commentators say the love fest Israelis feel Just the honeymoon. Tough love will come later. But Israelis are seeing it more Netanyahu's way. Everybody by him from then a tourist to get just his first name to discuss his political views, says the Moratti's embrace proves Israel doesn't need to make sacrifices. Rather, it's the Palestinians who will feel pressured to follow their Arab brothers and make a deal with Israel. Even a prominent Israeli peace advocate returned from a trip to Dubai, saying, I think that the Palestinians need to rethink the way they treat Israel. Femi Paris The son of the late Israeli President Shimon Paris, runs the Paris Center for Peace that reaches out to Palestinians. He wants to promote business with the eh Moratti's and approach he wants Palestinians to adopt. I think Their point of view has being that's first sold the political issues and then we can start normalizing things and move forward. I think those days have gone. I believe that the only way for us to really, really achieve peace, comprehensive peace And save the region from backwardness is to focus on moving together forward. I put that to Nabil Shaath, adviser to the Palestinian president, He says. Palestinians can't just move forward and ignore their day to day realities is an occupying our land. Israel continues to Great second mints in our villages destroyed our houses. And yet It is legal had 23 is very better. Who is it? That should be doing what to whom the occupied the occupiers. Palestinians and many countries say real peace requires Israel to compromise land for peace. Shot says the U. A e deal removes the incentive for Israel to do that, Even if the Emirati say they'll keep pushing for it. There's radiated out of the problem, not us on the right. Is that looking for exclusive or what? There's not sisters myself and lewdness. Be that fan board down a desert dune. Their Palestinian Arab citizens of Israel, not from the occupied territories. And they're thrilled to finally visit a part of the Arab world that have been off limits to them as Israeli passport holders with the azure Allah Allah Dolly are a beam can look hope. Jewish travelers to Dubai with see Arabs in a more positive light. Could it lead to less discrimination against her community at home? Or would it all just be for gotten on the flight back commotion on the runway and Duke? By Lee's Eve, the Jewish Tour guide You heard at the beginning of the story happens to be sitting across from me and does not want the flight attendant to crowd the empty row in front of her with an Arab couple and their baby. Also tourists from Israel. A second Arab couple accuses her of racism. Give your time CC Zaeef says. Are you psycho woman? Can Lieutenant Mark going up? And Israeli flight attendant gets on the loudspeaker. Respect each other. A young Arab dad stands up and addresses the plane. Okay, mate committed. I don't being bumped out of it. No, but they must you all were just in an Arab country. Not in Las Vegas. Look at what's happening here. Disgusting. A Jewish man shouts back! Don't generalize. Quarreling passengers don't make amends or apologies. They spend the flight back to Israel in a kind of cold piece. Daniel Estrin NPR news Dubai
Has China Won? With Prof. Kishore Mahbubani
"Professor Shore Mahbubani welcome to the Model Majority podcast today my pleasure rejoin you. All right. So to get a conversation started, you know the focus of our interview today is your New Book Has China one, and there are a lot of things over to dive deep into with you on this book. The first thing I wanNA chat about is this notion of the Chinese civilization party as you know, very well, the as an acronym is sort around quite. Casually, in the media in foreign policy circle to describe China as a whole right the Chinese Communist Party and you believe that this is actually quite an inadequate framing to understand China as a country as a people and you believe that by thinking of the CCP as the Chinese civilization party is perhaps a better way to think about it. Why do you think this kind of change in terminology is helpful in helping the United States in particular understand China. I think it would make a huge difference. If the American people came to realize the truth. which is the main mission of the Chinese Communist Party. Is Not export communism to the rest of the world. which was the mission of the Soviet Union's Communist Party. But to try and reform I've and strengthen China's civilization. I what I told you is is a basic of. But most Americans, do not know this basic truth. Because, when they hear the what Chinese Communist, party. The what communists in the American imagination. is by definition somebody WHO's evil and doing bad things. That good a good communist continent, an oxymoron. In America, in American linguistic discourse. So when you when you tell them that they're dealing with the Chinese Communist, party the by definition, they believe they dealing with an evil party that is out to undermine America out to oppose the American values out to diminish. America's standing in the world without realizing. That the core mission of the Chinese Communist, party is is to make China's strong and what's interesting. And to understand how deeply rooted this mission is remember remember the send the words that Chairman Mao us. When the People's Republic of China was established in one, thousand, nine, hundred, forty, nine, he did not say, Hey, today we celebrate the victory of communism over capitalism and said that he said that she that the keyboards used that China has stood up he said it twice. China has to. So, even chairman mouse goal and he was much more of a communist clearly than the current leaders are in many ways was still China's strong. Too. That's why I think that the communist is. Creates a form of intellectual. Laziness in American minds because they cannot look behind that what the see what is really the purpose and mission. Of the Chinese Communist Party that's why I think that thinking of it as a Chinese civilization party, then they'll begin to realize the most important thing that America in China and live in peace because Chinese civilization is not opposed to American civilization American civilization and not oppose the Chinese civilization and both can live together in peace. Right right. What do you think the US not just a public but really even the foreign policy circle. Right. The folks in DC. The people who are supposed to understand the stuff for living because it's their job. To kind of display, this laziness intellectually speaking, is it just because the Cold War was still such a recent memory I guess for the United States generally positive memory. 'cause we won that we just kind of put the Communist label back to where it was just because it was something that we think we understand. You ask them very difficult question because this is the great. Paradox. About the United States in the United States spent more money. On strategic, think-tanks than any other country in the world I think he spends hundreds of millions of dollars. You not billions of dollars on tragic thing. And yet America the America is the best digit think-tank were. America has the worst thinking in the. And and is shocking for example, though any comes to understanding China? More strategic think tanks very Lisi and using all the conception tariff Nelia the Cold War in the Soviet Union. And then applying it to China, when is clearly not relevant? China. So. The inability. Of the strategic think tanks in in the United States to understand the real nature. Of China. Is actually quite a frightening. Thing to watch today,
Tracy Anderson - Fitness Pioneer
"I'm Tracy Anderson. I created the Tracy Anderson fitness method. And I am a mom of two. You can find me at Tracy Anderson Dot Com and you can follow me at Tracy Anderson method. What is your workout? I mean everybody knows your name and not everybody might know they're like wow this really great workout. And maybe they feel like they don't have access to it or they don't know exactly what it is but they know that tons leverage are obsessed with tons of people are obsessed with it. And what's the? What is the philosophy? How did you develop it? And why is it taken off so much? So kind of you It the philosophy is that I. My mission is to continuously create balance where there's imbalanced in specifically in women's bodies. It does work great for men but all of my studies have been done on women so I don't feel like it's fair to say that I really know what I'm doing with any man quite honestly so I I went to college on a dance. Scholarship and I gained forty pounds at school for dance and My Dad has fought. He's battled obesity is whole life and my mom was a beautiful. Prima Ballerina and my genetics. Just weren't my mom's once I hit you know. Nineteen twenty twenty one and I felt ashamed in a lot of ways like I felt like this is unfair that I have to be. I'm barely five feet tall in a black leotard and pink tights and I'm like gaining weight and instructors are literally looking at me like why the officially in my class right now. And how does she have a scholarship kind of thing because of the way that I looked like I had some teachers like you have so much talent but like just don't have the body and so I felt like that was really unfair? Yeah so I really focused on Choreography. And I was like you know what I'll be behind the scenes all all learn really all of the elements of craigie really strong Sorry what was what was creating the waking though if you're working out all the time it doesn't matter if people work out all the time quite frankly just because you work out all the time does not mean you're going to make weight and come back in a heartbeat for sure and eat bagging heartbeat but also everybody's metabolic rate is completely unique and completely different. How we store fat. How we need fat. How we How stress affects us like there are so many factors that affect our engines as women too. I mean and our right to dress their children whether we want to have them or not like. It's just a human you know it's part of our system and how that system works for each of us is actually shockingly unique and wait has a lot to do with it. And I think that a lot of people when you're genetically predisposed to certain metabolic rate and you try really hard to fight at our becomes something else you can do a lot of damage to your body and your psyche on a lot of levels and so this is why. It's very important for people to know that my is about creating balance where there's imbalance in anyone's unique body. It doesn't mean I am trying to make you into a teeny tiny dancer or into somebody that you're not so it the I think the passion and the spark for me started then because the counselors it at my school. Where like you know you need to eat less and just eat? Sinoe or like you know your roommates. Do Coke every night. Maybe join them. You know like really know and I just you know for whatever reason my mom I I was raised in a way that thank goodness I never had an eating disorder. I it was never an option or a consideration for me and I never did drugs. I wasn't like in me to do it right I do drink though that anyway so I I felt the I felt what it felt like to not be able to get your body to be something else in a healthy way and I. My mom worked three jobs to put me through school and I had an I joined crunch. I I did pilates with Ron Fletcher. And I was like. She was like scraping. Pennies together. Knows a distinct. How pilates is going to help me if I do step aerobics. And this and that an and nothing would change my body to where I mean. Sure like fitness. When you're working out you feel good. A lot of things can happen but and I was a really good performer. Too so a lot of people. I think in fitness because they can't perform really well. They don't get the calorie spend that you would need to actually start burning real fat so the Diet and the workout have to go so so closely intertwined you know anyway so I tried all these things and then I MY SON. Who's twenty one? his dad played for the New York Knicks? And he was like I love your booty. I don't know why you need to be like. Let's have babies and I'm like yeah. Why always wanted to be a mom that was given and coming from Indiana? We've become moms at twenty three. Because that's what I and but actually it was such a gift because Eric you know when you play for the New York Knicks. If you have an injury you get the best treatment and the entire world. So he was sent we. I spent my pregnancy with Salmon Puerto Rico and with this league that he was rehabbing his back with and I met an incredible incredible doctor who was so passionate about sports and he was like Have you seen Concussion with will Smith Gasoline. Okay so the only difference between will Smith's character in that and finding that protection for NFL players was Desai was an avid basketball fan avid. And he was like these guys are going to end up in Lisi boy recliners for the rest of their lives. No one's thinking about their spines. You know there's a better way to train for the to support their spines BUBBA and I was like I was either going to rescue all of the homeless animals in Puerto Rico or I was going to figure out how to help this guy and I went to his little clinic every day and He had done a mind blowing research on the inner spine muscles. And how the brain is connected and how you don't have to to like if you go. After the transitional muscles in a healthy way like and all the strategic muscle exhaustion. And it's miraculous what we can do and it made so much sense to me because I was like well man if we can make ourselves freakishly large like these bodybuilders. Do or or then I went. I dissect it literally every pro sports like speedskaters for the Olympics or runners. Long distance runners. If you look at people at the top of their game their bodies start to look very similar. Because you're calling to action the same kind of muscles and if you've got that willpower behind it you can really do incredible things with your body. So I studied with him this whole time and I started creating the choreography to support his science and I was like this is incredible and I said wait a minute. Why are we stopping at the back? If you can do this for the back why. Why can't we create this kind of balance and symmetry for the whole body? And he's like no one's ever gonNA come up without much content and I was like I fully em and then I. I did a five year. Study on one hundred and fifty women that I went to Indiana University. I was like how do I do a study? How do I didn't know how to do things and I think one of the things that so corrupt about the fitness industry? Today is that people and I hate to even think that I would be part of this problem which is why I stopped training. Celebrities years ago I literally was like I'm not even higher help oversee their programming come to the gym just like every body else not because I don't love them as people or or what they can. The kind of awareness they can bring forward is so great too. It's because it sends a toxic message to everyone out there that you should want to do what they want to do. Because you want to be them instead of wanting to do what's right for your own health and your own body and In the industry now people think if there they can move or they look good and they get a celebrity all of a sudden they have a method. And I'm like you got method. You gotTA fitness met. The how'd you get word that words all that like research research and I know what it took me and how I was just think naturally without without my ego attached to it because I really didn't think I have permission to be doing this. I just wanted to go back to schools like juilliard or whatever and go. Here's a program you can give these girls where they're not stuffing suppositories up their bum at night and bleeding like you know like it's terrible. It's terrible environment and it's really toxic and So I did the five. You're studying throughout the five year study. I had asked one question. My question was can I take any woman from any genetic background and turn them into what a dancer like looks like so I started from a place that didn't end up wanting to I didn't end up there. But that's that was like this is my mission and as did it I realized. Oh My Gosh. Like all of these. Women are in so many different various levels of pain and they're also unique and then I was like well and also they don't all WanNa go dancers and they don't all they just WanNa you know feel good or on this or and also you can. You can put a bunch of people ask them to do a routine and the same thing is not going to happen to all those
A Life Full Of Unmanageability
"Sleeping? I'm probably not the best person to speak on this one because I have never slept well since I was a teenager when I was drunk. I didn't sleep I passed out. There is a huge difference when you don't get restful sleep your brain can't perform some pretty important functions and it definitely can't perform at top level so I don't particularly sleep well in sobriety either. Never have it doesn't bother me that much much now. I think because I didn't sleep well even before I was a drunk. So maybe it's just normal to me. I think a Lotta Times. I use it to my advantage but the committee for me is just constantly flying around in my head a thousand miles an hour. It constantly only wants to talk about things it wants to learn something and wants to talk about this thing or that thing and that committee for me as a fulltime job so I have to come up with ways to deal with that and that's the thing that causes the greatest issue with sleep right and really when I talk about the committee chattering away. It's it's just a symptom of anxiety so when my head hits the pillow the committees going nuts right. It is talking about that that day. What we did that day what? We didn't do that day what we needed to do that day. It's talking about whatever thing is happening a month from now that we want to on stress out about in advance. It's thinking about how much stuff we gotta do next week and we're behind or are we going to get behind. Are we going to be able to keep up. Is Everything going to be. Okay I mean it just goes nuts right and I'm sure it's exactly what happens to you. It's what happens to everybody. So when your head hits the pillow the committees in a frenzy so for me I fall asleep pretty easily as long as I have something on for the committee to listen to him for me. That's usually the television Russian so I fall asleep easily but I toss and turn consistently throughout the night. I'm super sensitive to noise so the slightest little sound will get my into my attention. If Henry moves I wake up instantly. Make sure he's Okay and God forbid if I wake up enough if in the middle of the night if I really wake up enough that the committee wakes up then I'm screwed like I'm going to be up. There's no way for me to go back to sleep. Even that's just how it goes and I would say probably two to three times a month I'll get up at three or three thirty in the morning and just start working because is the committee gets fully engaged. And I can't go back to sleep and I get up super early anyway I get up between four thirty and five which is probably too early but getting up in the middle of the night can be frustrating and when that happens also I will usually have to take a nap later that day right so I just have to know my habits and I have to know what I need and I have to carve out the time to get that sleep whenever I can and I know I've talked about this a lot of different episodes too but I fall asleep with the television on you know and I can turn on the timer so we'll turn itself off or I'll turn on audiobook or I'll turn on something on youtube so when it ends it goes off automatically like a guided. Meditation guided sleep meditation or relaxation. Something you guys know. I made my own sober sleep relaxation meditation. MP Three that you can get on the website. My recovery toolbox dot com. And I just have to put on something so. The committee isn't engaged in talking about all of my anxiety right. I have to put on something scene where the committee can listen to that something in. That's what will allow me to sleep. I also know that I sleep better on days. I go to the gym. My Body is naturally more tired in the committee is more tired So those are always better sleep leap days for me but sleep has always been a challenge and it's a huge challenge for a lot of people with addiction. A lot of people will stay up all night watching TV then. Don't feel like crap throughout the day and this is the type of behavior that's unmanageable. especially if you're laying. They're tired erred. Telling yourself to go to sleep really tired like your body is telling you to go to sleep but you just keep watching. TV and staying away like that's that's a prime example of unmanageable city. Right like when your body's telling you to go to sleep and you're yawning and your eyes are heavy and they start to burn a little bit it go to sleep. That's the right thing to do. But when you stay up all night forcing yourself to stay up all night you you just throw off your whole circadian rhythm right and that is challenging. and that's unmanageable behavior. What's next hygiene? Well Hygiene. This can be a real struggle in a lot of ways for me in my drinking life I struggled with hygiene gene. In a couple of ways one was Washing my makeup off at the end of the night and the other one was brushing my teeth at night. I guess if if you think about it that's kind of obvious because I was drunk right so I just fell into bed and passed out but for those of you out there who wear makeup you understand what a negative give impact this can have on your skin and it's gross right it's lazy. It's irresponsible and well. I guess that pretty much sums up exactly who I was as a Human Lisi. And you're responsible so that makes sense but what happens then. Here's it's unmanageable right. I wouldn't wash my makeup off off and my skin was always messed up and I had breakouts and I had all these weird bombs and like it was weird. That's unmanageable just. Because I wasn't clean like that's gross. Rose I just wasn't clean in that way I was okay with showering. I showered every day for the most part and I think it probably felt pretty good to wash wash off some of the hangover each day but but there were also plenty of days that I woke up and never even made it out of bed so of course course. I didn't shower or anything else you know but back then too. I didn't do my hair or anything. My Hair's naturally curly in some of you've probably seen pictures of me online with my hair curly and when I was drunk I just got out of the shower in my hair immediately. Went up into a clip right. I put stuff in combed out and immediately went up in a clip soaking wet super low maintenance because I was lazy and I didn't care I had no energy like it was important to me but in sobriety those details can be different when when people have depressive episodes it can be a struggle to even get up and take a shower. And I've had those days too and when those days start to become more frequent went or several days in a row. This is where you're in an unmanageable situation. Like I said earlier my struggle was washing my face brushing my teeth at at the end of the night I was just drunk and didn't care. So are you starting to see the pattern here. Drunk and didn't care had sums up. That was my whole life breath on the other one housekeeping. This is one of the first things to fall apart. When I'm feeling overwhelmed or mad at my alive or extra tired I get really lazy and housekeeping? You know a sink full of dishes which you know. My sink is right next to the dishwasher and full dishes right next to the dishwasher that I have an unloaded or the garbage overflowing. Because I haven't put it out. Were the stack of mail and files and stuff that continues to grow because every day when I come in the door I set my stuff on the same counter right and if I don't put that crap away then that stack continues to get bigger or the piles of laundry that. I'm just not doing or the box of clothes that I got down from the top shelf of my closet to go through that I never put with the box backup there so it is currently sitting in my living room right now like it's a new piece of furniture. What I think about too is when these the small details of my life are not being done? Well it's a good sign that I'm dealing with some UN manageability when I noticed my house getting a little real messy or my car getting messy. Because I'm not throwing out the empty coffee cups or stacks of mail and papers that I'm just leaving in there instead of taking them inside. This is a good sign that I'm being lazy and not handling simple tasks and that's what unmanaged abilities about and if I'm not handling simple tasks chances are a not handling the bigger tasks in my life. Either you see how it all ties is together so all those little things that we tell ourselves. We give ourselves permission to procrastinate on those little things because as we tell ourselves. They're just little things they don't take that long. They're not that big of a deal. It's not life-threatening. Right the stack of papers on my counter is not the life threatening but what it is is a pretty big red flag that I've got some internal stuff going on that. I need need to look at because usually they are pretty simple tasks that aren't time consuming. So why am I not doing them in usually. It's because I'm feeling overwhelmed or I'm dealing with something emotional right. Maybe I'm just mad. Maybe just feel like I'm F ing things up that week so I just don't want to face anything maybe I'm fearful about Something in the future so I'm kind of paralyzed a little bit or trying to bury my head in the sand. I just don't want to deal with things like whatever the thing is. It's unmanageable. We will never do all these things perfectly fleet. All the time is so. Don't hold yourself to some crazy standard like your house should always be perfect and your laundry is always done in folded and put away in. The dishwashers always empty. And don't just don't because we're never gonna do everything perfectly all the time. It's not even possible. I don't think
Mitch Landrieu On The South's Racial Divide... And How To Bridge It
"I'm John L. Hanson in junior and welcome to another addition of him black America on this week's program divided by design with the Honorable Mitch Landrieu former mayor of New Orleans in Black America. You know so you know. We took all that information and said you know what are we gonNa do and one of the things we WANNA do is set up of an organization that helps number one. Educate most Americans about what the real history of our country is so that they can begin to understand institutional racism which clearly exists. Secondly we are going to Use Art Music Culture Sports to help change those stores and bring people together. We're going to do. Is We want to help. Train leaders and communities about what an equity agenda agenda would look like how equality and equity of two different things. And that if you really mean that everybody should have an equal opportunity that you have to design systems to do it and effectively. The conclusion was big picture was that the country is the way it is because we designed it this way and if we're divided you know somebody designed it so that we can be divided and if we want at the beach gather we got a redesign. It we gotta fix what we broke going up in the politically active and socially conscious family. Ms Landrus political roots. Run deep in Louisiana. Lisi Anna Way served two terms as governor and sixteen years in the state legislature and eight years as mayor of New Orleans to this any as seen seen firsthand how segregation and racism as affected communities in this country and particularly in the south over the course of year. His team met with people where they he lived. They traveled to twenty communities across thirteen southern states. They visit diverse parts of the region geographically demographically and culturally along their journey they had discussions in many different settings from one on one interview to small groups and roundtables to focus groups to community listening sessions. The capstone of their research is eighteen. Hundred Person Survey across the stage. They visited the report title divided by designs. The cavs for discussion or how. The American south experience issues of race and class in their communities. Recently in Black America spoke with Mayor Landrieu born and bred New Orleans Louisiana. The Anna one of nine children. We'd be my brothers and sisters. We got thirty eight kids and been here my whole life. There was an idea. What was I going up in New Orleans with nine kids families? You got to get to the front of the line as fast as you can get there. It was a I lived in a in a great neighborhood. We played street ball all the time. came from a big family. You know born and raised the and it was just a just a Lotta fun growing up. It's hard once you grew up in New Orleans to live anywhere else. 'cause wait okay. I'm sure everybody everybody feels good about the neighborhood. Do they grow up in what we we had a good time. What was it about your family and politics? You know it's an interesting. My Dad was a was a poor kid. He didn't hardly Nichols Rub together. Did know anybody grew up in a house that was about eighteen feet wide and sixty feet deep and live right across the street from from a cemetery grew up in a store room of his mom. Is You know house where she was. selling stuff to folks in the neighborhood he got around. You know after I got out of law school. Who figured that he wanted to try to do something good and ran for office and you know from there the whole family? Has You know based on what my mom and dad's work has been been kind. Kevin Gage the public service. Now not all of my brothers and sisters are in elected office. But you know they. They have spent their time. You know kind of following the lead of trying to give back where they could. In in your opinion what makes New Orleans such a vibrant city and people want to visit as often as possible. Well you've been here. Yeah you know we were talking a little bit Before your daughter went to school here this is a we celebrate it out three hundred dollars bursary this year. We have always been a very diverse place rich culture. You know history is such that and this is part of one of the efforts. I'm working on it we were. We were a huge Originating spot for slavery in America we also had the influence of the French the Spanish German. It was because of bovine. History is sorted history in some parts glorious than the others it has been a melting pot. That's reflected the soul of the country very culturally rich culturally deep and it has just been a really interesting place to live. You know I like to think of losses At least reflecting both burst both both the best and the worst of America because I- diversity from the beginning has been Great strength and You know it's it's it's got. His problems bought thought. You know. It is very reflective of the full diversity of what we hope that. America's GonNa be one day we're new became mayor of New Orleans. The city was experiencing just after Katrina. Give us a snapshot of how the city has progressed. Since that time. Well everybody remembers. I mean if it's almost like when nine eleven hit you remember where you were. Most people remember where they were. When Katrina hit? I mean it was a defining moment for us because the whole city was destroyed. I mean we. We got beat to death by that storm. I mean literally. We lost eighteen hundred of our brothers and sisters and bothered fathers aunts and uncles and kids every physical structure in the city. Almost underwater seventeen feet of water for weeks. I mean we had to rebuild this thing from nothing and you know like when when you're in a tragedy you come together because you have to you know you you better you better find somebody that can lift you up. You're not GonNa make it and you better listen body else up. But they're not Michael Baker and out of that tragedy. The people of New Orleans you know had a common focus and we came together. We had to rebuild all of our schools. We rebuilt the hospitals. We're opening up a brand new airport Next week with the rebuild all of our schools and we had to get our feet back underneath us and so you know although it was a very tragic tragic moment in the city miraculously. I mean the people found a way to rise above lots of different things. That separate us and rebuild the city and so the city is doing really really well. Now it is. It's further along than I think. People expected it to be. I think people now can look at the complications in Puerto. Rico go on in other places. It's hard to come back when you get beat. You know by by a natural catastrophe like that you'll see these wildfires in California put some communities. He's on the back one of the interesting things about it and this is something that we've all known is that people had stuff before the storm had an easier time coming back then people. That didn't have stuff. You know. So generation wealth and resilient to the communities are all very much an important part of. You know making sure that that you're ready to come back and it's been a little bit uneven but you know the city if you came here you'd be surprised at how how much progress has been in the last thirteen years the sand obviously with the rebuilding of New Orleans. You had a team. Well who are some of the other individuals that one part of the city government that you leaned upon on to get advice and insight. Well the truth is and I'm not trying to be cute here but the answer is everybody in the the only way that the city could come back was by having everybody in the world and help us so we got huge numbers of a financial and philanthropic donations from other countries Um working with the president of the United States was really really important in his cabinet. Getting the state government the local government but on the ground down on the ground having the faith based Community Mutiti the not for profit community you know individuals at all wanted to help everybody in kind of deal and You know there was so many people it'd be hard to call out. I want to but literally as I was the one of the most blessing. Blessed things was no matter who restarted. The answer was always yes. And that's why New Orleans feel so thankful to the rest of the country for all that that you guys gave us and so you know we want people to come visit and see it you know. I think you'll be surprised. You know we're like any other big city in America we have challenges and that will be here before Katrina and we're trying to figure them out from housing. The transportation redoing the criminal justice system all of those things. We still have great challenges with. But we're better off than we were before the storm.
"lisi" Discussed on The Portal
"So yeah. These hundreds of people groomed up saying string. Theory is the pinnacle of what can be studying. And there's nowhere for them to go but does he goes it. Field is dying will because it was a baby boomer phenomenon we treated as if it was an intellectual phenomena but it was actually this weird generational phenomenon that this took hold You know this is very weird feature of nineteen fifty one where frank will check and Ed witten too great physicists. Born in the same year will check is effectively like the last guy to make the train for real physics. He's an amazing guy. Yeah and then whitten born later that year probably more powerful than anyone. Anyone else alive in terms of his mental abilities hasn't had a trip to Stockholm because he hasn't been able to make contact with the physical world and almost certainly certainly in any era. That wasn't this one. This guy would have been to Stockholm once or more. Yeah and it and my mind is a cultural problem album. We're stuck in this culture of particle physics where we have everybody in the same community studying the same popular direction in full force as if there was lots of data coming in supporting that. And there's not so what is. Is there going full. Bore full self supporting force along direction that my mind just doesn't describe our universe and what we need is an exploratory phase with physicist it with graduate students coming up in picking up stuff that they think is interesting and following that direction on their own branching away from the main heard and by having more or explore is going in different directions. You're more likely to find something good and I guess my hope is that you know some graduate student will listen through this incredibly long and detailed podcast I and go look at stuff and say well. That's kind of interesting. Maybe I'll learn more about that. Do you have any ideas or the Pacific Science Institute is. Is there any way that our listeners can supported port Are you a are you a non five a one C three nonprofit. I'm very happy to take donations in put those donations to use supporting scientists. INTAS to diverse is okay and these aren't just it's not just supporting physicist The idea is that as you said. Science has supported our economy two incredible degree and I don't think scientists have been sufficiently personally rewarded for that so basically what I wanna do is give them a nice place to hang out in. Maui enjoy the environment and work in think on whatever they want undirected while they do it by those place to fight group think effectively with field while still having community support of community support. And the the problem is I very limited resource right now. I'm basically writing this out of my house right. Have a big piece of land. I have dreams for what. Oh I build you have been there and it's it's incredibly generous. Chris that people can hang out and just actually fulfill the promise of dreaming about our world and trying things that they wouldn't feel comfortable trying Under the watchful is of a departmental chairman is telling them what they need to get chair. Tenure or to win grants Do you have any sense of what we should be directing people bowl to do if they're in a position to change the culture of the field. I always wanted think like we still have a few old great people that everybody looks up to and they refused to say something really provocative like. Here's the thing that I dream about. We get all of the negative results. They're they're incredibly demotivating. Allow your young people to violate several of them without being string theorists and then insists that they try to pay that back once. They've been exploring a theory. That in a previous era would have been dead on arrival because somewhere we have after go backwards to go forward. We have to question something that is rock solid in all of our minds. But isn't actually right. I mean this is totally and this sort of cultural inertia. That's holding things back is it's in biology. It's in computer science. It's in. It's in all fields site so I would say just I mean it's almost the best thing to do just to find people who are really freaking smart and want to work on stuff on their own give them money and support lend to it unless well I on record as saying that we have too much oversight recite too much transparency and too much accountability it strangling US absolutely true nature what Garrett I really appreciate you sitting down. It's a hell of an experiment to just even try to have conversations about you know what might be the path towards final theories of everything actually really worried that we hurt most of your listeners. Well but I'll let you that. If we use this at all I'll try to say something at the beginning of the program to try to say what it is that people are listening to. So they'll have an idea they're not just gonNA stumbling on a podcast and hear people talking about Bozon's firm eons e eight quantification and have no idea what's going on. The fact is very few few people are invested in this like this but this is the fabric of reality ultimately in a question about how we go about Trying to probe whatever's next. Yep I it's amazing. I think it's the most significant and intricate and difficult puzzle. There is right now for anybody. Anybody to tackle and to immerse themselves in and I also think it's potentially incredibly rewarding but it's also the hardest thing is probably the hardest thing has never been harder. It's almost as hiring serve. Okay well back through the portal with Garrett Lisi ear from the island of Maui my arch nemesis. You're welcome to come back anytime. And if you're interested in the Pacific Science Institute Garrett's attempt to try to figure out how to move science outside of the direct institutional control. You.
"lisi" Discussed on No Agenda
"Lisi we can just spy on Americans problem we can get into your emails without a warrant that's not a problem this is what he's saying social media counter text or emails identify.
"lisi" Discussed on No Agenda
"Lisi we can just spy on Americans problem we can get into your emails without a warrant that's not a problem this is what he's saying social media counter text or emails identify the.
The world has never been more convenient. What is that doing to us?
"As it sounds like the invention of canned beans. We've gone to canned goods than we invented washing machine. Everything we have done has been about making our lives easier that in and of itself is not about thing. It's very good thing but with a i technology the options now are making our choices the matter of lifting a finger instead of actually physically washing the walking to a washing machine gene and doing the actual labor. We're not doing labor anymore. We're not doing anything that requires some effort some thinking some inconvenience everything we're choosing and everything that's being offered to us is about making life easier simpler and frankly less rewarding. Is there a threshold somewhere that we crossed because to your point. I don't think anybody would argue that. The invention of the dishwasher or washing machine was a bad thing but there's it's gotta be a line somewhere where it goes from things that are freeing us up to make the most of our time to things that are actively discouraging us from interacting interacting with the world. Will i think if you think about it think about the technology that is available when you take something as basic as social media area and how pervasive it is it appalls me when i'm walking home from work and i see pretty much i would say ninety five percent of the people walking with their face into their their phones not looking at anybody on the street not bothering to see which direction they're going. They just kind of do it like they're a bunch of drones walking down the sidewalk and even that it's just we are so programmed to be osman's. Almost it's now. I think that's the threshold and it's only people that are a little bit alarmed by the fact that menial chores banality l'idee things like that are actually something to embrace instead of something to shun. They're the ones that i think are going to kind of lead a counter revolution and take back some of the the more boring stuff of their life and find satisfaction in it that gets at what i was going to ask you next 'cause i can't and i hope i'm i hope i'm only speaking for myself but i don't think that i am i can't find satisfaction in walking four blocks to pick up my food when it could just be brought brought to me or to use your example. I don't find any satisfaction in assembling furniture like i will pay just moved. I will pay whatever it costs to not do that and i don't know when my brain switched and maybe it was just because it became an option not to have to yeah i get your point but do you find satisfaction picking up your phone and ordering something online like. Does it make you happy to have food delivered to your doorstep. Stop instead of taking the time the thought and the preparation in buying your groceries actually spending the time to prepare para dish that you've thought about and put care into. I don't know if you've kids or if you have a family but do you actually get satisfaction out of feeding your kids is giving them a great meal hearing them say dad while that was a great dinner. Thank you so much. I would love to hear say that for the record but she's not going to know no. I i do find that when you go to the market and buy your vegetables in the morning and spend the afternoon cooking you take more time with your food food to taste it to experience it. <hes> and you want the people around you to figure out the word enjoy it. Yes yeah you feel much better about it right and and i guess what fascinated me about your piece is trying to figure out what that is actually doing to us the process of not engaging like it's one thing to say like garden even notice that i i ordered my and i ate it but do we know what that is doing to us. What toll that takes well. I think i interviewed i. I think she's in the story. Her name was making caselli and she's a stand up comedian in toronto and i absolutely loved what she said so she he told me how her and her partner east love getting up in the morning they'd have piece of paper sitting on their counter instead of itemize list plugged into their phone and they would have things to do like pick up the dry cleaning <hes> maybe go by some fresh flowers at the market things like <hes> they would walk around. They would say hi to their neighbors. They would maybe stop for lunch may be discovering new cafe where they had a really great cup of coffee and instead she said that all the do now is basically sit it or lay in bed with their phones and take off the boxes by ordering things that they might need and they don't do that kind dove lisi meandering wandering around the neighborhood where they <hes> actually meet people face to face and have a conversation sation. She just finds that her saturdays in her sundays are way more dull and they're not as fulfiling how do we we start to convince ourselves to do these things. You mentioned that there. Someone's gotta start a mini revolution about reclaiming the pleasure in everyday activities activities. Where does that begin. I think i think really if you look around. You're already see it beginning <hes> the artisan community <hes> when it comes to food food farm-to-table cuisine. There's a big push. There's a lot of people that are actually really making an effort now to <hes> get to local the markets and do that kind of shopping support the local <hes> farmers. There's there's a there's a growing swell swell of individuals who care about the people that actually put in time sweat tears into making products or produce or whatever it is that they are giving to us. They're taking the time to say okay. I'm gonna make an effort to come to you and those kinds of businesses are actually flourishing. <hes> this one lady after i wrote the p. she she sent me an email and it was really thoughtful and she said the one thing that you didn't think about was how how all of these click bait options. I e anything you can click on to get delivered to you immediately. She said they're destroying. Small towns sounds all the tiny retailers mom and pop shops that you stu subsist because of people being loyal to them coming to them. They're starting to disappear now. It's not just because of convenience per se. It's also because of big box retailers ars but that's an earlier form of convenience. You know with the big box. Go there do everything all in one swoop. That was just another incarnation nation of the you know the rollout of convenience that has been chugging along for the last hundred years that god knows what level it will get to with with technology. Do we have any idea how quickly the click an order and get it off. The internet economy is growing well well. I think if you consider just the <hes> amount of purchases that are done on the web so in the worldwide for instance stints almost two point nine trillion dollars was purchased last year in canada alone were expected double what we did in two thousand sixteen and by this year will have spend forty billion dollars online so is growing exponentially and with services like amazon ebay. All of those different ones will even them more conventional couriers like u._p._s. and fedex etcetera. They're all trying to find a way to go to zero emissions and make things a little bit more environmental friendly in my piece. I didn't wanna hammer on about the environmental impact talked. All the easy choices were making but there's absolutely no question that everything that we're doing when we're relying more on airplanes since on vans to bring us things. All these things are taking a toll on the environment just this morning. I was reading the paper and there's a new book out by tatiana schlossberg. That's caroline kennedy's a daughter who's was a science reporter for the new york times and she's just written a book about <hes> this very phenomenon and she calls the inconspicuous consumption and it's about the environmental impact that you don't know oh you have and i have not read it but i'm going to and it what makes me happy. What makes me feel better is that all of these things are starting to be written. People are starting to think about all of this stuff in a much more concerted and wholesome way. I guess who do you you think or where do you think i guess we first documented how far we'd come in the race for convenience and how much could cost us. When did we start to realize just how far we were going. I don't think we've realized that yet <hes>. I don't think that most people even even give it. A second thought. I was shocked at the response at the story. I wrote about convenience had what was it was overwhelming. It was bizarre really really because it was a topic that nobody has thought about that said there are some there are people who are far more learned learning than i am who are starting to write <hes> fascinating essays in places like the new york times and the atlantic all these publications that are starting according to examine the tyranny of convenience and how we need to start thinking about the choices we make instead of always opting for something that is almost a mindless thing to do. We should maybe start making our lives a little bit more difficult and by that i mean maybe we should not order from ubereats and maybe we should actually walk two blocks and go to the grocery store and maybe we should take an hour and make a meal for our family while maybe they stand around and actually talk to you and you have a conversation with your child about her day her homework. I'm sure you do that anyway. But wouldn't it be nice if she just kind of hung out with you while you showed her how to make a dish that otherwise she she would never know how to make because you just ordered in one of the things that stopped me and my tracks from your piece the same way you've gotten that response is i think we've talked about all the individual aspects of what you describe on this podcast. We've certainly talked about social media addiction and what it does to us. We've definitely talked about packaging waste and what the the proliferation of plastics have done to the planet and we've talked about how we don't connect in person anymore like we've done episodes on all those topics but we've never put it together to to figure out what's at the root of it and to realize that your motivations for doing all those things that aren't good for you are simply convenience and laziness. This is a tough thing to grapple with and i think it's it's a hard sell to convince people to go backwards. That's a really good point. I don't think it anybody is advocating to go backwards. I don't think that's it at all. I think it is instead of moving forward at at such. A breakneck speed always putting yourself. I always making sure that you're choosing to do things that require the least amount of energy and effort on your part. I think that all people are trying to say is every once in a while. Put the brakes on. Take takes some time. Grab a hobby this wonderful <hes> writer. His name is tim wu. He's a lawyer columbia. He said when you think about it. Hobbies are really a waste of time. Why would you build a model car when you can go out and buy one well the point is you to build the model car because you get satisfaction of using your brain and actually figuring out how to put it together. You me an example of something you've done. Since you wrote this piece that you wouldn't have done before you wrote it. Well one thing i am doing but i didn't do it today to get here because i always under hurry and after go somewhere after her work but i have been i live at <hes> a busy intersection in toronto and i have been walking to the rom role winter you museum picking up one of the city bikes biking it on one of the multiple blake bike lanes that are in this city now and doing doing it to work and coming home the same way that's one thing i did not do before the other thing that i am actively doing is. I am looking for the farmers markets. I am trying to find those smaller. <hes> vendors who need my dollars versus a lob laws or a whole foods are so eas who really doesn't isn't. I'm trying to do those kind of things and the other thing that i i am actively doing now is i'm trying to grow my own vegetables. I live in a condo. I have started a vegetable garden on the balcony and i get so much the joy out of going out there and watching you know the tomato start to grow <hes>. I guess the main thing i've done is i've just kind slowed down a bit and just done some few more things. You'll fashioned way exco gail mcdonald feature writer at the globe globe in mail.
"lisi" Discussed on Plz Advise
"If that was the case and he was like no now he was just walking naked and i really a couple of weeks ago. I realized that oh he was probably on ambien d._b. You know because as he was walking kazombo just full new down. The street didn't look homeless no not at all. He looked like he looked like a hipster. He looked r._h. And like i have star so the name of one operator was like okay information day yeah then they said they do. I wanna leave my name and i said <hes> i said molly and then they asked for my last name and i was like look look. I said i'll give you my phone number. I said i don't want to like make a big report of it. I said if you can just call me back and let me know that you got him in that. He's okay that would make me feel feel better but they didn't call me back now but with ed. It was the follow up the next day where they were like. If this man was also masturbating reading we've got an issue which made me so sad to think about going to sleep on ambien one night and waking up the next morning and the fucking cops are talking to you about about sexual <unk> being a sex offender <hes> anyway. We better blow through this list going clowns. I've never had a problem. I'm with clowns. I mean i don't love them but sleeping alone no my god i love being alone. You're that greg. <hes> <music> getting caught talking to yourself in the car a thinking to myself yeah yeah. I fear that and i do it a lot. Okay germs more so lately yeah saying a new word out loud for the first time yes. I have trauma my from reading in school yeah. Oh like you were comfortable like ripping out archipelago like in fourth grade in front of the fourth grade class trauma to read ahead and be like. I'm gonna get this part that we got in there. Were so many times where someone would say something something and it will come out as swear or a racial slur something mildly like sexual and just everyone would lose their minds. Everyone the idea that you might be the only person in your friend group who doesn't understand the movie. You just saw no. No i states no. I don't have to do those anymore yet. Finally finding out that you've been suffering from severe mental illness your entire life. I think we all have a little bit of something but yeah. I guess i would fear that the diagnosis yeah right. It should reword that being diagnosed. My friend ryan was like i'm really glad i found out my friend ryan sober sober and he was like oh no. It's a huge relief. I feel the same way. I feel so relieved. Here's it's wrong. Here's how to fix watching mold grow on nature shows. I'd be under that now. What you'll see what you'll see. When you look in the mirror you sometimes depends on how confident i feel. During the day lena dunham success now phobia aka fear of developing phobias no dancing in public no singing in public if i have a few drinks now missing out on events or parties no i love that i love missing out having a gold owed events or parties yeah if you're that that you're fraud. I don't know what i'd be a fraud at no that no one would ever romantically love you if your face got burnt off with acid. Oh my god yes mispronouncing..
"lisi" Discussed on Plz Advise
"You know little heavy set got him. Mustache probably about fifty five sitting sitting there gripping the sides of his chair like like literally google toddler like who couldn't like contain himself like it was the perfect person i said to her. There's probably not going to be a better one throughout the rest of the tour. It's not even that he's so funny yeah just that he's like such a mean. He's so real okay sorry back to calls high malls christina wags and guest. I'm coming to you with a question. I'm going to try and keep very concise. Although i think it could be very drawn out so i've been friends with this girl since i've been five years old i'm currently twenty five so twenty years and she's married. She got married very young. After three months. That's very common for the area that i live so nothing out of the ordinary but it was a little shocking that she had only known this guy for three months. I've only met him twice and i mean naved married for like three years now so that's very odd to me but anyways i don't know them. I don't really know the relationship. I just know my friendship with her and we've we've never had issues until this past sunday. I was out with my friend and we texted her and said hey where are you. She replied back to me. I'm out taking tequila shots with my co workers. I've had a bad day at work and i said oh my gosh that's terrible comed- up with us. You know we're at this rooftop. Just having no says it was sunday four pm long story short. She shows up. She's clearly tipsy from the shots <unk>. She orders a beer at the bar. We sit down. It's very calm setting. It's a sunday afternoon a rooftop. Everyone is just sitting hanging out having a good time. Nobody's bothering anyone anyone. It's fine. We got a little bored there. We walked to a second place very similar vibe. She has another shot. We each got my most again and then she starts. It's panicking about fifteen minutes after being at that second location freaking out because her husband is about to be home from his trip and she has to get home komo immediately right this second. I try to suggest to her. Maybe have him meet us out so we can hang out with them a little bit more get to know him a little bit more she refuses her phone dies as i have to call her a lift she gets lift and goes home. I think everything's fine until the next morning. I wake up to to tax messages from her. One was at three a._m. <hes> explaining how she was completely block out she doesn't know what happened. Blah blah blah. Your average drunk taxed then. I get another one china at six a._m. And i'm actually going to read it to you because i really don't know how else to describe it. It said after talking to my husband. I'm worried that someone slipped something into our drinks because i did not have that much to drink and i was completely blackout until three a._m. I had chubias before i met you guys had got into big meals yesterday. I feel like the amount i drink with you. Guys should not have made me that drunk for that long and i just remember being totally fine. Maybe a little tipsy and then nothing apparently i couldn't even walk by the time lift dropped me off and i almost had to go to the hospital tax moving up sueno. You're okay and honestly honestly..
"lisi" Discussed on Plz Advise
"However i will say i've also had to make some really difficult decisions in my life and one of them was if i wanted to go see my father when he was about to die and i didn't have any really relationship relationship with him. Since i was ten years old my memories of him weren't great and ultimately i decided that like to pick up my life and and leave work and leave my dog and leave my life behind to go see goodbye to a man that i didn't know and don't really have i'm good memories of and that was never there for me throughout his life. I feel like that would be a movie. That's four other people it wouldn't be the person that has to live it for me you know and it was almost about fulfilling this false fantasy of me coming home to see someone that never really existed to me. That was a huge decision. Obviously sounds a lot different than your decision but what came of all of this is that i decided not to go and i you do not regret that to this day. Sometimes i feel sad about it but i mostly just feel sad that it was so easy for me to make that decision and i had a co worker say to me you know molly. Whatever decision you make right now is fine but just so you know. There might be a time time in your life when you're forty. When you're fifty that you look back in you're not in your regretful of your decision and i just want you to know now the lake to be easy on your future self and be okay and be reconciled with the fact that <unk> light passed. You made that decision so if you're already afraid that you're gonna jolt awake and be like why did i invite my parents to the wedding. I think you know you should try your best lake typically when people get uninvited uninvited to weddings on something like dr laura. Pardon the example a lot of times. It's like my brother was in jail for molesting a child and my parents insistent that he comes to the wedding <hes> or like you know my dad cheated on my mom and you know the woman by brought something into my life hyphen got. My younger brother addicted to drugs. Is she allowed to come to the wedding. It sounds like you're you're having some healthy boundaries with your parents right now <hes> but i don't know what's the problem. I invite them. You're you probably will regret it if you don't hate them that much. If you're not that disgusted by these people invite them for the day set strong boundaries about when and where and how they can talk to you tell her that you're not doing the traditional mother of the bride thing thing. That's where narcissists can go crazy a lot. I dunno tori. What do you think because you're the only one here is. Ben married. Well yeah greg talked about marriage on the last pot now now and we did a lot wrong honestly and we have two mothers that are very strong willed and very different. I never thought i'm not going to invite them to the wedding and i think for this person i would just take a look inward and be like when i'm standing up there and saying my vows this other person in the the back of my mind. Am i going to be thinking about who who's there. My parents that are there like right. If you're going to be there regretting it just have them come. Don't let them do like a bridal shower. Don't let them have boundaries and also like do you the bigger implications of this especially dealing with the narcissist and in a father that probably isn't going gonna stand up either way for you or his wife. Maybe just with his with your mom out of lake. <hes> just concession just like giving in in lake..
"lisi" Discussed on Plz Advise
"Everybody. Nobody is episode one ninety six. Please advise how you doing christina. I'm doing pretty good actually good you feel in shepper. I don't no no. I would say chipper but i'm feeling pretty. I'm feeling pretty. Even you been working on a lot of hindsight stuff. You got some creative juices flowing right now <hes> <hes>. I have a lot of exciting things coming up. I can't talk about it yet and i feel like oh. I absolutely no. That's whatever youtuber says anytime anyone any anytime anyone famous anyone anytime someone has like three thousand followers and like they're going to the store. They're like. I can't tell you guys yet but yeah. It's fine. I got it got it yeah but that's good. I'm excited for you. Yeah therapies have been going really great. Good any big breakthroughs this weekday. You're comfortable sharing. I don't think i had a big breakthrough this week. I think i'm getting more and more comfortable lake being vulnerable in front of people crying people like just like being able to muscle feelings. That's been really great like fighting that awkwardness. I feel just being able to be fully present or whatever like hippy dippy the ryen therapy yeah. That's what it's four right yeah. Have we talked about on the show how i can't stand when people are like too proud to cry and further you. Are you paying for. I literally don't get it. I make the second. I walk in that office lake everything. I just like l. Cry about anything. It's like. That's what you're therefore to do that work one hundred air. What the hell you paying for yeah me crying reflecting on whatever happened in therapy that day they also when you cry like just it all comes out lake. You know what i need. Your spirit really just like so. I would fight like that part of it. I would like like crying. Get teary but i wouldn't go. I wouldn't let it tip over and i was trying to control it in their opinion that like one time i just had a real breakthrough breakthrough breakdown. There's sometimes the same thing when you're there and so like i really dislike let myself cry in front of my therapist and she was remains today. I was like yes yes yeah and also you know it'll never be the worst anyone's ever seen or heard torch. We're not that unique. I'm going unless you killed someone which by away who knows you guys our guest. Today is someone that i have a long history with back in the hello giggles as she was one of our interns you you also may know her. As being the wife of greg lisi aka greg greg who i always think of as tories husband anna someone who almost put me into significant debt almost lost my life i just some of greg's irresponsibility and and i just was wondering how that's been playing out for you guys as a couple you know the gambling started about two years ago. He started doing it with other friends. Self has a problem <hes> yes. Definitely i mean he's only maybe it's two hundred dollars in his account okay but then when i asked what he's betting on hotel me and then he'll tell me the amount he's betting and it doesn't add up and when the count you mean like on the website where you kind of money they give you free money <hes> and quotes. It's does that mean. I don't know i've asked i don't get it see you. Don't want to bring me in on the day of the super bowl on a junior level truly he was reckless behavior and i am the perfect person to get reckless way flake especially when it something new like i'm the type of person that will go on like one rock climbing wall and we'll be like i don't know you want to do the appalachian trail and ivy league fuck out. You just got to find a police dog for six months. Come on the a._t..
"lisi" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Order. In two thousand fifteen the Chancellor Angela Merkel's made the biggest political gamble of her career by opening the borders over a million refugees in a bid to build a new Germany. It's a move that's caused political ruptures within this country and nearly cost Merckel her job in the two thousand sixteen elections. Sure. Should keep pulling Lisi, how's the English are now in veggie SaK suburb of Bremen in northern Germany. And I've come to meet Forty-nine-year-old for was he lives here with his wife and three children to find out if Angela Merkel's grand plan is really working saying that asked him should we speak in German or English? And he said, well, west still struggling a little bit with German, but the kids are all fantastic. I it's a little bit harder and Barrett. Talamante. Saying that he used to no English. But since he started learning German. Now he's forgetting his English. So when I visited you a year ago, it was winter and it was freezing. And now some day and you can sit outside here in the golden big difference. No. He's saying that he's not actually first thing. And so that's good. Yeah. Phoenicians but we can drink water together. Then let me saying he actually never. I even when he was in Syria. I said, isn't that a little bit hard? And he said, well, if you need to I need to the principles of the face, and he says he's a bit lax on that front..
Officiating becomes focus of Warriors-Rockets Game 1
"Outlets off the heart at the foul line. The control. There. A wild sequence a very apoplectic Mike Tony screaming towards the official. James harden is so difficult to officiate. He's initiating contact. And there was a lot of contact right there. Calls early or no calls for James harden. And of course, the one down the stretch that the NBA said was the correct call warriors would pull out a four point win the series opener rockets, not happy at all with how it came down. But coach Mike dantonio he's moving on yesterday. I shouldn't buddies you guys had a great pity party, and you know, by myself, and then nobody showed up. Walled? So now, you know what? Whether we wanna laws we're gonna bring game Tuesday. And then when when we we're gonna win Saturday, and this is the mentality gotta have and that's part of the game. And I've been all over the points. So it's over I felt sorry for myself. Nobody really helped me out I got throat, and I'll be fine you'll be fine. And you know, what is big game on Tuesday. Mike, Dan, Tony might be moving on Lisi's says he's moving on. But he's those -ation announcing Monday the refs were correct in their pair of no calls in the final seconds. That's at the NBA did say the officials made three crucial. Incorrect calls in the final minute ten of the game, including two would have resulted in Steph curry fouling out. Hurry, those state in the game and wound up making a key three pointer with twenty four seconds to go rockets would like to have had game. What officiated a little bit differently? They were certainly vocal about it. And it's not just game one. They're piping up about the rockets went back and audited game seven from last year's Western Conference finals and into report they sent to the NBA they say, they're Eighty-one. Incorrect calls or no calls. Houston said that deprived them of a spot in the NBA finals. Rockettes may have the New Orleans Saints online to here. Was more. Here's our crew on the jump. The rackets took the league's forty eight minute version of its last two minute report for games they played against Golden State analyze the missed calls that the league Ida fi. But then assign their own point values to what they feel what have fairly come out of those incidents if they were called. So how did the NBA feel about this executive vice president Mike bass told me that quotes as we tell the rackets agree with their methodology? And indeed is that can I looked at it a lot of it is subjective. But regardless it is now also part of the story, which is not what anyone wants during a series that should be its own fireball for the past ball going on on the court. Not for everyone's opinion on the folks in the stripe shirts. Standing nearby. Scotty that is a lot of stuff going on in less than twenty four hours. But it's now all part of this conversation. Do you think the rackets deserve more calls that that would have changed game one? I mean based on what I saw from the rockets into regular-season based on what I've seen James harden. Get into regular season the call. He gets. Yes, he did calls anytime you make contact with a guy when he's still in the air. That's automatically call. I don't care if students at him you have to give him room to come down. You see guys basket all the time shooting. Rauner shooting floaters day get a foul on that contact and they're floating. So it's the same situation would have jumped shooter in in some senses that guys he's fallen boiling. You're not allowed to make contact with the rules of changed a little bit. And I think the way harden launches himself forward because if you watch some of these specially that call at the end of the game, he launches himself. Scotty, I don't know. How many I don't know how much for? But his legs go a bit for they didn't change from. Regular season to the playoffs because he's getting these calls about three weeks ago. Right. But I don't think he should've gotten that calming. According to radio he getting some of them last week. Right. I do think the call your on the league reviewed it. And they said dream on did not fail, and you can't make your landing area as you know, half the court, right? You can't kick your legs out to such a degree that it just becomes everything. And it's to frustration of what they were going skiing. You can try to dodge it, but if you make contact it's a foul, and I felt like the warriors game plan was great because they almost turned their face. They turned their back. They didn't really buy into the file allow the Fisher just automatically call it. And I think that was a big difference maker then them making that call in not making it the Houston Rockets were expecting that very game plan because they have compiled data from every position. Absolutely. Of course. And so they you know, James Harden's game. Let the league in free-throw temps. He needs to get to the line. If you make some shots or Mississippi is gonna go to the line. That's always the case. So if you're Houston, you're going to lay out all these two ticks, and you saw them I did not you're telling me, and I believe you Zach that they're their subjective. Of course, they are. Of course, they are. But I just think it's a shame that this series is going to be focused on
China's economic slowdown
"China's slowing economy has been blamed on uncertainty caused by the US China trade war as well as a government crackdown on high levels of corporate debt, Ravi Macci discusses what's behind the slowdown. And why it meshes with Martin wolf the FTC chief economics commentator and Lisi Hornby deputy bureau chief in Beijing. Martin you spent the past week or so in China talking to policy makers leading your Coughlin's, what's your sense of the state of the Chinese economy? And why it is hurting right now, I was actually quite surprised by what I was being told I expected when I went that. And I was in Shanghai met quite a lot of business people and economists at also in Beijing where it's more government officials in economists I expected the mood to be rather gloomy, in fact, really quite gloomy. But the sense that I got from pretty well, everyone, including people in the private sector is that they felt that the economy had stabilized over stabilizing that the government had indicated a number of quite significant sort of shifts in policy emphasis, particularly towards the private sector. They were more welcoming of the private sector which made the private business people. I spoke to a little. A bit more optimistic about their place in Mr. she's Chinese universe and they felt van the worrisome. Decline in the economy in the bottom last year at Holtet. And Finally, I got the impression that they felt that the China US mess would be manageable. Whatever happened that there was a will on both sides to manage it. So to my surprise as I indicated the mood. I sensed was rather more optimistic than I had expected. And I must say I have a feeling that it may be more optimistic than his warranted. But that's something else. Well, let's delve into that. I wanted to ask you specifically because of this optimism around the trade talks and the policy measures the government is taking encouraging the private sector to think things are stabilizing. What about the deeper prep structural issues that you think maybe need to be addressed nor to create some sustained growth? What are the bigger challenges that props lie ahead? The on the trade talks. Well, I suppose the questions outside economists and some in China have had I is it actually possible given its current strike for China to sustain rapid growth without enormous debts accumulations relative to GDP further debt bubble in other words, enlarging the debt bubble because if that's true, then they have a real dilemma that is to say every time they start the deleveraging process economy slows so essentially, they have to reverse it. So that's one real big issue that relates to a second one. I'm just focusing on the short run they've introduced some quite interesting fiscal measures, really quite substantial tax cuts. They Primera whom we met spoke of reductions of two trillion are in being tax revenue. That's quite a lot of money, but he also insisted and this is the old Chinese story. We must have a balanced budget. I that spending will be cut us much. And we in the west would say, well, that's. Not a net stimulus that doesn't make much sense. Again. It leaves you back in the debt crap. And then the final question, I'm just focusing on the macro structural side. Is China's still continues to have an enormously high investment rate, it's declined somewhat. But it staggeringly high the growth rate has clearly slowed a lot can they really sustain this investment rate in anything that looks like a market led economy. And that is what they've turned back to sort of emphasizing. We are ultimately going to be quite market lead, and that links, I should've Pap side, this this is sort of broader confusion, which I got from everybody's will wear does the Chinese government really want to take this economy. Is it still in the reform and opening up period? Still believing the private sector is a crucial element with rising importance or does the Chinese government at least onto Mr. she essentially won't to turn it back to significantly more state-led economy, and that really profound. Fusion, I didn't get any sense of resolution from the conversations I had
"lisi" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"I'm Christine Lisi second straight game in the NCAA tournament. It went down to the wire for the top overall seed Duke, it'll be Robertson inbounding, right based Robert securing around boulder dropping it underneath catch his. His short. Is on its way again to the elite eight and the devils. Matchup. Final four on the live. The call on the Westwood One. NCAA radio network of the blue devils seventy five seventy three victory over Virginia tags sign Williamson RJ Barrett. Jones combined for sixty three point Cam reddish was out of the game with a knee injury. No word yet on his status for the eight batch of versus Michigan state tomorrow, the Spartans defeated LSU eighty sixty three Aaron Henry and pricing to have at least twenty points, five rebounds, five assists in an NCAA tournament game auburn's done once he Carolina ninety seven eighty win came at a cost for the Tigers, though sophomore forward Huma OT left the game with a potential serious knee injury. He'll have an MRI today. Kentucky ended on his seven. Oh, run beat Houston. Sixty to fifty eight auburn's up next for the Wildcats and NBA, Kyrie Irving driving laugh five pounds of labs. Celtics won a pivotal magic. Over the Pacers one fourteen one twelve Boston leads the regular season series with Indiana to one and has the inside track reports in the east. And homecourt advantage in the first round of the playoff timber wolves one thirty one warriors one thirty in overtime nuggets. One fifteen thunder one zero five Denver and Golden State, hyper I in the Western Conference. Steph curry, Kevin Durant..
How to Get Confident
"Today's episode. You'll meet our special guest Yumiko who was a participant in the power immersion weekend in Tokyo last year. Find out how the program helped her become more confident through intensive exercises. With native speakers listening today. How lo- you may go and welcome to the show. How are you today? Oh, Hello Lisi. Pretty good. How are you? Hey, I'm feeling great. I love it. When we get to have our students our listeners here on the show. Thank you for coming on the show today. Thank you for giving me discrepancy. Oh, it's wonderful. And you make oh you or on the show today because you are one of our students in our power English weekend in Tokyo last year, isn't that? Right. Yes. That's right. All my gosh. So why did you decide to join that program last year? Yumiko why did you join the Tokyo power English weekend? Okay. First of all, I really wanted to see lien Santa Jessica, I fine of all his English. I saw it was a great chance for me to speak English with native speakers because of NAT surrounded by English. Yes. Yeah. Absolutely. And how long have you been learning English Yumiko? Oh, how long since I was a student. So Phil, right. Yeah. So long. Took a lot of time to be able to speak English with natives of absolutely absolutely. And what was your favorite thing about the weekend? I mean, how what was the thing that you loved? I mean, we did so many things right? So you are a key Zona student. So you had a chance to do the one to one coaching. You were at the is a Kaya at the power at the podcast recording and the happy hour. What did you like best about the entire weekend? The best thing I enjoyed all the programs. So I just wanted to say that as who that we could immerse ourselves one hundred percent in English very intensity. Yeah. Has Saturday it moaning, we had lots of fun activities. So we had no time to hesitate and stink worry about things. So that and Lynch, Jessica, pushed us and encouraged us very nicely. So that I could jump into the conversation. Yeah. Yeah. That's amazing. So so even after the morning course, right in the morning, when we had the names meagher's, did you already start to feel that sense of confidence because we did it so quickly. We did everything in sums that such an intensive way. Yeah. I had a confidence because I could really enjoyed conversation and indefinite now when I had a free time. I talked a lot bits at a participants on the in English. No us little Japanese got is the thing. Yeah. Easing. Yeah. And how did that feel to be speaking with other Japanese students entirely in English was that a new experience for you? Yeah. That is a new. Prince that, but I that it's very natural lesser of. It's one. That's so wonderful. We had different backgrounds and different jobs and different experiences. So that is awesome to get to know each other. Yeah. And you told me that you've been able to stay connected with some of the students in the program. Is that right? Yeah. That's right. Yeah. That's the way as ING. Yeah. We see some of it on Facebook. Yes. Yeah. That is so great. So it's a chance not only to improve her English and Getty merged with native speakers. But to actually connect with other Japanese people that is so cool. That's so cool. Do you? Remember all the activities that we did that morning. We did the drama lab. We did the speed dating dear member, which one you enjoyed the most. I love to speed dating because I could talk to the many natives. Yes. And also antenna phone telephone lesson. I said that that is difficult was I must see the face, and I could not see the mile slow. I media wars. Yeah. Absolutely. Absolutely had telephoned. I mean, do you speak in English on the telephone nowadays? I mean right now, we're kind of on the phone, right? We're on Skype recording the interview and you're doing a great job, by the way. But. Do you speak normally on the phone in English and your daily life a no not on the phone battery? Yeah. Okay. Okay. That's good. But that really is one of the harder things, isn't it? Yeah. Right. Okay.
"lisi" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"I'm Christine Lisi. Developing injury. News from ESPN's, Adam Schefter on this. NFL? Sunday, injured bears defensive end Khalil Mack not expected to play against the bills today because of a sprained ankle Vikings running back Delvin cook expected to play on a pitch count of twenty or so. Blazed Okinawa's defensive tackle, Jeremy toy we'll play as will chargers running back. Melvin gordon. Broncos running back Freeman not expected to play Seahawks. Running back for his Carson a game time decision. ESPN injury. Experts defined you bell will join Dari and Ben at the top of the hour. NFL leaked sources told ESPN's Adam Schefter that there are mounting concerns about the condition of the field for today's jets dolphins game at hard rock stadium. This after Duke in Miami played in heavy rains there. Yesterday. One source calling to field horrendous college football top-ranked, Alabama gotta done on the road, shutout number three LSU Twenty-nine zip to tell the viola TD passes ran for a forty four yard scores. Ralph Princeton Tigers twelve yards rushing. And had five sacks. Making a statement in the process explains. The SEC networks Paul finebaum. You new tool would find a rhythm. But you weren't sure. Whether the offensive game plan at LSU would work and. The delicate shut them every time that this is just a replay of last year's game two year before and the year before LSU cannot move on Alabama Notre Dame to rank Notre Dame through denied and over the thirty one twenty one victory over northwestern. Staying in line for a spot in the college football playoff NBA, Lakers ended their sixteen game losing streak persons. The blazers one fourteen one ten twenty eight points for LeBron James. Coming up on football Sunday on.
"lisi" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
"Let's make it last forever. Promise you that. No one else. Whatever treat you better. And if you don't believe me. Lisi effort. All you gotta do is the best which before. Kiss FM on your Amazon echo. Just.
ESPN, Tom Rinaldi and Christine Lisi discussed on Fantasy Frenzy
"State football coach urban Meyer in an exclusive interview with ESPN's Tom Rinaldi said it breaks his heart to hear that. He was trying to help former assistant coach Zac Smith not dismissed the domestic violence allegations made by his ex wife didn't catch
"lisi" Discussed on Developer Tea
"It starts to kind of can be self eating thing where you get really interested in software development and then you're developing software because you wanna develop software and so a lot of developers that i know have you know they end up working in a job where the the development process is really particularly interesting or may the toll sedgley interesting but eventually that spark for that particular tool set runs out and then they're kinda left with whatever the company is doing and that can be really difficult that can be a really difficult place to end up in because you know you ultimately the only way is to either really love and appreciate what the company is doing or to innovate on the tool set and so that that lisi kind of constrained position if you don't love what the company's doing and if the company is relatively invested in the tool set then it becomes kind of difficult spot to be in but i think that's really important to recognize up front that software development is such a kind of a polymorphic thing no pun intended but truly polymorphic in the sense that you know really wraps around almost every industry almost every kind of mission that may be stated you can go to mars with software and you can also you know manage paychecks with software so there's a very big gap between those two things yeah for sure and i think the other thing i learned that process is you know i have this feeling college sometimes where it's like oh it's too late i'm kinda like locked in this trajectory but i think that anything you do if you're gonna do it well you have to be at a path of lifelong learning and so you know you can you can sort of change direction at any point in and just take it upon yourself to learn something and sort of go out on your own and and basically just be you know of.
President Trump, Justin Trudeau and NPR discussed on NPR News Now
"Live from NPR news, Washington on trial Snyder, Air Force One due to arrive in a few hours in Singapore where prime minister Lisi and long says millions being spent to host the summit between President Trump and North Korean leader, Kim Jong UN is worth it. I think it's a plus. It costs money to put up resources, not is a lot of effort for our security people. There's a lot of effort for comes people as well. While President Trump's airplane has yet to touchdown, Kim Jong own is already in Singapore. He was greeted at the airport today by the country's foreign minister trumping camera due to meet Tuesday on the island resort of cintos. While on the flight to Singapore, President Trump up into the g. seven summit accusing Canadian Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau of acting meek and mild only to attack the US news conference. Dan carpenter reports at Trump tweeted that he will not endorse the group's final statement hours after he left the summit Trump denounced Troodos criticism of the steel and aluminum tariffs. He said, based on Trudeau statements during his final news conference and the fact that candidate is charging massive tariffs to US farmers workers in companies. He told his representatives not to endorse the final communicate and to look at automobiles flooding. The US market has not clear what Trump's tweet. It's will leave the latest attempts to find trade peace. But Trudeau's office says, the prime minister has said nothing. He hasn't said before to Trump in his final communique. Trudeau had said there was broad agreement on twenty eight items including local trade, artificial intelligence, middle-class growth, innovation girls, education, and defending democracies from foreign threats. For NPR news. I'm Dan carpenter into Ronco Russian President. Vladimir Putin says he's ready to meet with President Trump spoke today at a regional summit in China saying, he agrees with Trump's concern about a renewed arms race. He was also asked about President Trump's suggestion that Russia's should have a seat at the seven table saying Russia did not choose to leave the g. seven and would be happy to host the group in Moscow. Russia was pushed following pushed out following the annexation of Crimea for years ago, search and rescue operations, ongoing in Guatemala after the massive volcanic eruption NPR's Windsor Johnston reports on more than one hundred people dead nearly two hundred others remain missing. If Waco volcano exploded one week. Ago burying villages with thick ash and molten lava since then, volunteers have been working to provide medicine water and food to thousands of survivors. Now, living in shelters, go to a barrow with World Vision. Wata. Malla says, mental health professionals are also counseling families left devastated by the eruption team of more than twenty people specialize in psychology that are helping to shelters to make this friendly spaces. So children can relieve the trauma of the strategy, but also to work with the parents to heal this this process, the US announced last week. It was sending emergency aid and financial resources to support relief efforts. You're listening to NPR news. The first actress to play a bond girl has died Eunice case in was ninety years old. She I played Sylvia trench and Dr. No, and reprieves the role in from Russia with love bond movie producers, Michael g Wilson and Barbara, but Kohli noted Gheysens bond connection on. Twitter. This weekend gazing began her career on stage in a production of the sound of music. Horse racing has its thirteenth triple crown. Winner justify won this weekend's. One hundred fiftieth Belmont Stakes from member station w. s. h. u. Charles lane reports at justify became a sensation because of his highs and ability to overcome inexperience. Prior to loading into the stark h justify pranced eagerly before the cheering crowd ears prick Dennis shoulder coats, sweaty, deep into the home, stretch grandstands rumbled longshot con hausky nipped at justifies heels, but could never catch up when justify cross. The finish line spectators were seen weeping. Bob Baffert is justifies trainer thing. Everybody wants to see this happen because the he such as a beautiful horse and he's just it's like, pass me to win. I mean, he just so tough and and just you just imposing horse. The last horse to win the triple crown was American pharaoh in two thousand fifteen who was also. Trained by Baffert for NPR news. I'm Charles lane at Belmont Park in New York to Tennyson men's final at the French Open set to get underway today. Veteran Rafael, Nidal playing Dominy tame a twenty four year old Austrian in his first grand slam title match. I'm trial Snyder. This is NPR news from Washington.
Cavaliers, Yankees and Dave Mcmanamon discussed on Dari and Mel
"Espn radio sportscenter i'm christine lisi right now it is the women's final at the french open reigning us open champ sloan stevens leads the top seed simona hallowed three one dynasty for the warriors steph curry scored thirty seven points kevin durant twenty twelve rebounds tennessee's golden state defeated cleveland one away eightyfive in game or the nba finals completing the sweep plumbing its second straight title third in the last four years and the sixth in franchise history warriors twenty three point margin of victory the third largest in a series clinching win in the nba finals it was evident early last night the cavs would not win believes espn's kim legler near could tell at the start of the game cleveland did not have that manic desperation but they have started getting the energy level out of the team out of the crowd was not quite there and it was going to take that so i saw right away body language it's a matter of time they feel defeated their resigned to their fate during it was named finals mvp he is the six player to win back to back finals mvp's espn's brian windhorst and dave mcmanamon reporting lebron james played the last three games against golden state with a significant injury to his right hand he was hurt when he punched a whiteboard in the locker room after the loss in game one the big question now of course is where we'll be play he said last night he's got no idea at this point if he's played his final game in cleveland jeans is facing a june twenty nine deadline to notify the cavaliers if he's opting out of the final year of his contract baseball yankees righty messa hero tanaka left the win over the mets with hamstring tightness he.
Warriors, Steph Curry and Cavaliers discussed on Safety Blitz with Rodney Harrison
"Espn radio sportscenter i'm christine lisi the warriors are nba champions for the third time in the last four years steph curry led the way in game four against the cavaliers with thirty seven points kevin durant added twenty golden state completed the suite with a one eight eighty five route in game for the finals the six nba title for golden state tied with chicago third most all time warriors are the first team to sweep the nba finals since i it's the cavs eleven years ago durant named finals mvp for the second consecutive year lebron james i mbp in league history to lose six times in the finals he played the last three games against the warriors with a significant injury was right hand reports espn's brian winters and dave mcmanamon and that injury happened when he punched a whiteboard in the locker room after the series opening loss so now the cavs and the rest of the nba really awaiting a decision from lebron he has to inform cleveland whether he intends to opt out of the final year of his contract by eleven fifty nine pm eastern on june twenty nine gains uncertain at this point what is plans are idea at this point.
"lisi" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Lisi i wanna wish father john misty akot happy record released aged fifteen in writing john unhappy you could stop everything.
Teen saved from crazed coyote
"I don't think we've mentioned this story the other day but a an off duty cop saved a five year old girl who was being attacked by a crazed coyote no really we didn't do that the child nah natalie king petra lisi had been playing at james carroll park l let's see where is this this is in new york and she was with her mom and brother when a coyote darted full speed toward them and started biting the girl girl was saved from the animal by an off duty cop arcangelo liberty ori who tackled and wrestled the coyote to the ground the coyote left the girl with a bite wound her mom with a nip on her arm and the officer with a scrape the came in contact with the animal's saliva and and now it turns out so they they found the coyote and it was it was shot and it has rabies i think there's an another less less exceptionally painful way of treating rabies i'm not positive of that what i think i've read that before anybody who came into contact with the animal it's alive is being valuated to determine the need for preventative rabies rabies treatment really weird so our local band imagine dragons coming into town i think pretty soon aren't they we just played the end yeah yeah according to sports insider dot com guitarist wayne sermon and drummer daniel plots men have partnered with a company called i think it's wrecked global to become the co owners of its las vegasbased e sports organization called rogue yeah it's described as an e sports infrastructure company that looks to bridge the gap between traditional sports and e sports rogue fields teams in overwatch counter strike global offensive and rainbow six siege leagues we love gaming and east sports and.
Masters 2018: Patrick Reed alone atop a star-studded leader board at Augusta
"Espn radio sportscenter i'm pristine lisi patrick read since at the top of the leaderboard heading into the third round of the masters up two shots on mark zeman has got plenty of highcalibre competition behind him as he searches for his first major golf championship there are five major winters at three hundred or better will combined win ten majors tiger woods thirteen shots back and there are a couple of reasons you so far off to lead points out espn's andy nor has ended the all that great he hasn't been able to control the distance and that's the one thing that he's been doing quite well over the last two or three starts getting pole high he hit a long short so he's gotta clean that up give himself some birdie opportunity says he's got go really low monthly get some really bad weather someone bill disappoint some of the other glares rain is in the forecast day nba rappers defeated the pacers ninety two seventy three clinch the top seed in the east for the first time in franchise history toronto's the seven different team in seven years to finish first in the east bought a lebron james team has represented the competency.
"lisi" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Vote it's that simple they ask you and you say yes and then you registered to vote it couldn't be much simpler but then democrats thought or could it and they had this legislation that now says you go into motor vehicles and you apply for driver's license that it's an opt out in other words they just will automatically make you a registered voter unless you specifically tell them not to on top of that just yesterday the sneaky thing was added in where they now want to also extend that by option to all these other state agencies you deal with the welfare department say they have your information unless you opt out and tell them otherwise all of a sudden you're automatically a registered voter does this make sense one eight hundred two eight three one zero one point five jessica in ewing you're on new jersey one zero one point five hi yes it does absolutely makes sense you say it caters to the lazy and apathetic and it absolutely does not lazy and apathetic or not even gonna vote they're not i mean just because you're registered doesn't mean you're going to go out and vote and election you're like we just had in a year like we just had okay you go ahead and just soapbox go with it yeah because you guys like to talk to you're you're democrats and there's just as many lisi apathetic very ignorant reversible re republicans and democrats and are you impossible since there are more democrats than republicans in new jersey so automatically that's impossible but but go ahead are you saying that poor people are now automatically registered or people are much more likely to be democrats.
Nortre Dame defeats UConn with buzzer shot with 1 second left in OT
"Unforseen lisi for a second consecutive year a last second shot has ended the season of connecticut at the women's final four areco guba wally hit a jumper with one second left lifting notre dame past the huskies ninety one eighty nine overtime espn's carolina this is a notre dame team has four players in their rotation out with acl injuries and they were able to do this with a six player rotation and they cobbled together enough on the defensive end not a great notre dame defensive team they played great tonight but they weren't great all season kudos to muff mcgraw and her staff this was a brilliant game plan and brilliant execution by your players the irish will take on mississippi state in the women's title game tomorrow on espn tigers pass louisville not sixty five fifty three nba lebron james twenty points eight hundred sixty.
"lisi" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"I will give lisi credit that she has been saying since the beginning that she was waiting for denounce come but it was he okay why though why daniel thought ali seemed like the only thing she knew about him was that he is hot or hey how he's just like oh so you guys are like the the leftovers i do i don't know it's just kind of like you wasn't really receptive to any other women that were left but he did ultimately pick lacey which was good for her yeah maybe just the the canadian speedo emma thompson that is a kind of a has a personality even if it's not like the great enjoying his there is one there really was like oh yeah this is what this is daniel ramilo is uh i've been in this process since kaitlan jenner was a man and then i was like oh yeah this is why daniel is and not it's not a highlight guy in this or a or when he was talking to christ in about like or if he had canadian bacon before and she's like yeah it's kind of salty and he's like wait but you're verge just just daniel do like why why do we have to keep talking of the diamonds on the show you know she comes them it's like you may know me this is what you remember mi by an we have to have one every paradise season so they're here there has to be a guy at least one die in the last five bachelor seasons.
"lisi" Discussed on Slacking Ambition
"England and then and indurain than i now live than divide my time between australia new zealand and i come to america not to lecture and things like that so it's just an they're not so long ago so i really find that you get a global perspective on things cillian and and i think that's really helped me mm now no very cool very cool so definitely cosmopolitan uh you have spoken about different types of genes and how they can affect not only are uh our physical wellbeing and our uh overall health but also are are are kind of our personalities a you've spoken about uh the idea of sluggish genes or a lisi jeans and not in the sense that the genes are doing what they're supposed to buy the says it there's like a a gene for being lazy um analogous way to describe that would be richard jock doc in spoke of a selfish g would you say that laziness is inherited or learned or is it a combination of nature and nurture yeah everything is a combination of firm and nature and nature so so it's interesting the different kinds of sluggish genes who the first one um what you just said m was there's actually a sluggish gene which makes us more sluggish now no what's interesting is it's all aboard gene expression so sometimes certain foods uey twothirds for example studies were done on mice where they put them on what they called american cafeteria diet and in what had caused that was basically one coal can now package foods and ship so was basically highsalt high sugar um fizzy drinks kind of a diet.
"lisi" Discussed on Filmspotting
"With a john denver song to to kind of like apologized for some of potential offensive ninean the most emotional moment i had in a movie theater lawyer all reality ah honestly hook line in sink are all man didn't see it coming fell four at like crazy snuck up on me got more little shen all little miss sunshine moment gone or emotional near the end of this film during a song than i have it any other film this year okay well that i'm serba as greta i'm glad you had that experience i think it was playing a little bit of makeup for the brothers brantley sandjak way i like them that's a great there they didn't make me laugh wanson it now lease you know hillbilly stereo tight it's nadia lazy stuff i i think that the lisi criticism of their platform if i were there elm the lisi humor no they're in a very on keane out of they didn't make you laugh that's exactly right they don't actually other than that moment where we meet them it'll go very far with that type of humor there absolutely i never i never asked and those guys i never laugh at a make you laugh laugh show on ever felt that i thought that was a little bit i mean i'm albany area so you know i'm not the one to say i'm offended but i think you could take a little fence at that i it's it's where things start to push it's the same alexander payne you know different for everybody there's a push poll here when is it affectionate knowing and when is it turn into caricaturing i don't think those two characters worked at all and i you know i did find the john denver seemed to be like really really we you know we like.