21 Burst results for "Lisin"

"lisin" Discussed on TED Talks Daily

TED Talks Daily

01:44 min | 4 months ago

"lisin" Discussed on TED Talks Daily

"All of the resources you need are well fully employed. There's no spare capacity anywhere in the system so if the government suddenly tried to make all of these investments at once it would quickly discover that it doesn't have the people or the building materials to do the work to get the resources it needs. It would have to compete with the private sector bidding up wages and prices that would be inflationary and it would be fiscally irresponsible. We are a long way from full employment. We have the resources we need to begin. Repairing are broken systems. But we have to believe it's possible we can't let words like debt and deficits hold us back with a better understanding of public money where it comes from and how it works we can take aim at the many real deficits that are bearing down on us in every crisis lisin opportunity we can pick up the pieces and try to reassemble the fragile systems. That were in place before the pandemic or we can build a new shaping our bountiful resources into the kind of world. We want to live in one that cares for our people and our planet. I truly hope we choose to be bold. Thank you ted..

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"lisin" Discussed on Never Thought I'd Say This

Never Thought I'd Say This

03:20 min | 7 months ago

"lisin" Discussed on Never Thought I'd Say This

"We really do and we also want to like design more stocks spread the we want to spread the word. We wanted design more stuff. Our goal is to to turn everyone in the world into a never nation fan. No that's not our goal that's seven or nine billion seven billion. no no. it's to make people feel less alone. That's it is to make people feel less alone and you know you don't need seven billion people to do that. Just just us just us so. I'm so glad you're back here today. I know it's gonna. It's gonna take me another three hours to undo. All of the stuff. That i brought into the island will help you out right here. It's fine but i did this and also i'm hoping that our producer who said he's going to cut stuff together. Whatever can work with the green screen. This is the first you might be seeing little snippets of this on the internet right and it just might be s in front of a large piece of green cloth because he was like. I can't put anything behind you. I don't know so you know. Look we did it redid. We fucking did it. And according to my computer it has recorded. god i hope so. Oh boy whether it's going to be it says recording at the bottom. It's going to be. I'm going to lisin you guys over. This thing word first episode is just going to be this high right. It's just like oh my god just let him know listen to the mexican. Yeah but no record. And i'm really proud of ross and Yeah if people would like to find us. People would like to find our youtube page. We have to throw that in there now. Yeah what is it. It's never thought i'd say this. That is our youtube bags. Are you dad easy. Yup i never thought i'd say this on youtube. We're going to have content up there as soon as this out. All coming all coming at the same time and then you can find us at never. Thought i'd say this on instagram. At never thought i'd on twitter. You can find me at jodi. Sweeten on.

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"lisin" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

04:39 min | 1 year ago

"lisin" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"To kind of sound like they have learned about Algierian pop music from the alibi by numbers introduction dwell Jiri Pop music inderal, the phoning not one in or is that just me? Yeah. The production values in on that one a fairly low but dean cannon is one of the biggest. He's one of the biggest Algerian rappers that one I mean. This is when we wish that there were webcams in the local studios. Never building along with that. So He's dueted with lobby meister and various other kind of big name people. This is actually a kind of them. This is a a sort of musical warning. It's code. Means shutdown an it is a it's a sort of cautionary tale about gun violence. Everyone in that video as you look it up on Youtube sporting some sort of Some time manner all snow there's there's a lot love said the full strip in that video and Lisin Augusta per oh I guess we'll be coming back to to the studio next week these guys love a Hawaiian shirt and it's quite a sight for sore eyes the cheap section well, I'm excited about number four because the artist is called jolly old Palermo which sounds like some sort of crossover gunslinger character in a joint Sicilian Algerian television production and maybe one day we'll be. Baby. Maybe is a good name again, quite a big nine. Maybe. We'll have a slice of his single it is cooled courage. Didn't mind. There's this. Sort of Arabic your rock got. Something bothering about and some some see the. How much you love Oh Coda and. Kind of I'm glad that we could slot number four. From the video this song looks to be about a guy who get some really well with the girl until she realizes that he's a lowly street sweep. So she dumps him for succession of men that have increasingly expensive German cars. We've we have all been there. The. Man in the Mercedes. And then but then she gets dumped and then the narrative has the loss law because he becomes a pop star and she andrew becomes totally sussed out some Arabic. A gender politics. That's her loaned number three. This movie Milano with Niki Beckley let's have a little bit of it. Is this someone playing a piano accordion in somewhere it sounded like. Is. This is this is a bit of a French. Zing to it. There's a little bit of the same tune to a lower low. You might just have had two windows open on. Youtube. This is. This is sort of Crete occur about marital infidelity and the song. It's not a bad thing but the song is basically a big suck up to two alibi the person in your life you can really rely on is got himself. So that's the that's the moral of that story again, a lot of football strips and. Feeds in the studies that he's quite the fanatic jumble. It isn't. Worth The religious. Then you've got you can you can look the sound man's if by them you look at the also strip it's it's it's it's something for everyone but then a lot of nothing for many people as well. Other. Specifically Tottenham and Monaco supporters at number two. This is a d do Parisienne with bye-bye Limousine Riera. You. Feel. As as. I just get the feeling without having looked up that he probably performs wearing a three-piece sutton suit. There is there is definitely a sort of.

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Your Purpose is Beauty  Mercedes Lyson

The Get Foxy Show

06:06 min | 1 year ago

Your Purpose is Beauty Mercedes Lyson

"Today's guest is Mercedes Lisin. Mercedes. Thank you so much for taking the time to be on this podcast. You have a podcast called. Your purpose is beauty can be found on your website over L-, more. Ella. Music, DOT com. I wanted to talk to you about this because. Your podcast. Oh, my gosh, it's such a beautiful podcast. Gosh. Thank you. It's one of those shows I tuned in and. Your Voice on that are cast is just so soothing. But at the same time, you're talking about a wide array of subjects that I felt like my listeners would really gel with you're talking about alternative health. You're talking about beauty product. You're talking about. Different sociological things you're talking about house music I am. Yes. I'm very lactic person. So. How did you kind of come into this? Did this sort of? Choose you or did you sort of choose this profession herself? There's a lot to unpack there. So the podcast is really an outgrowth of work that I have been doing since two thousand fourteen when I started a youtube channel and the impetus for that goes back, even a little bit further. I was having some health challenges around two, thousand, eight, two, thousand, nine. So my my into holistic health and wellness is probably that unique. Unique I feel like a lot of people come into Those proclivities with some sort of health challenge which I had, and at the time I was really kind of unsatisfied with the directions that Western medicine was gonNA take and trying to get a diagnosis. So kind of divine timing on my side. I ended up starting to see an acupuncturist with no real. Background acupuncture I didn't know much about it. It was a friend of a friend and it basically sort of changed my life, which is why I was so excited to hear from you as an acupuncturist because that was really the beginning of my journey into this whole world. So in addition to acupuncture over ten years ago at this point solving might acute health problem. It also instigated as deeper awakening. How just What I can do to engender vibrant house in a sustainable way and I have actually had a very longstanding interest in beauty released since childhood. And I was kind of having this bigger awakening about what my life looked like in lifestyle choices. A lot of that started to coalesce around personal care products in and beauty. So at the time, I was getting into this. This is now like twenty, ten to twenty twelve. There was like a very nascent community of green beauty bloggers, Emin youtubers, and the Internet was I always talk about how different the Internet was back. Then it was just a very different space and blogging in Youtube is. Not, what it is today with rampant influence or marketing and things like that is really this very intimate and helpful community of very like minded and passionate people. So I started learning about all of the problems with a lot of conventional personal care products, and there were these like very small niche fatigues that were opening up mostly online at the time. And I basically just kind of fell in love with this world of Artisanal handcrafted luxury beauty products in the realms skin care makeup body care, and I was also getting very deep into the Youtube Beauty, community? which was like a whole, a whole thing at the time, this is all going on when I was in graduate school as well. So this was sort of my creative outlet at the time and I am someone that has always needed a lot of creative to balance the hyper academic backgrounds that I come from. And I just saw there were not a lot of people that were making content There were a lot of people making beauty content. There weren't a lot of people making videos specifically about organic judy products or clean green. Whatever you. WanNa call it has so many labels. So I had graduated am I earned my PhD in twenty thirteen and in the spring of twenty four team decided to just take the plunge and start recording videos on my I really had no idea how to edit video footage or. How did you any of it? Really, but it was sort of a very soup to nuts process of teaching myself in building kind of a blogger presence for myself through youtube and blogging to some extent. And Yeah. Fast forward. Now, six years I decided that I wanted to add a podcast to my suite of offerings mostly because I have benefited so much from podcasts and I think that there's such an accessible way for. People to consume content and learn and it my my appreciation for podcasts went to this whole other level when I had a baby in November of twenty eighteen. So I'm the mother to amazing twenty month old little boy. But as anyone that has had to be will know you need to be hands free all the time and you get nap trapped I them and you're laying with them for long periods of time and it can be very idle time. So I mean podcasts have just been my companion really on long stroller walks on vk bedtime. Even doing just mundane chores around the. House. And yet. Again, I found that there was not a lot of people in the beauty space podcasting about things that I am interested in personally and listening to

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"lisin" Discussed on Talk with Oliver

Talk with Oliver

03:29 min | 1 year ago

"lisin" Discussed on Talk with Oliver

"Dangerous like online is good, but the bath such thrill online that will been exposed to so much amazing stuff around the world. That nothing is ever enough because there's always something better whereas you know back on stage they just had. A one job in finance accounting work A-. POB, be a coach is simple. Cheese Wasserman forever so there is good. I'm bats but what was the situation is seeing each parent doubt individually and just have a deep conversation with the not found that. When my parents kept saying a certain way, I would always push back and try and teach them in an argument, and you can't teach them. Wash shoving inaugural because they just WanNa win. See go sit them down when least expected to get one on one and see. This is what's happening. I WANNA. Talk to you about what I'm doing in my life, but I I can't. Because if he's tatum thing you get angry and I love you and to get you to get angry, because and I get angry like upset and you want what's best for me and then I. End up! Don't WanNa your feelings, they just the problem occurs over and over and over again and eventually you have one chat with each parent until you fooled. They truly understanding. Get you like you're hurt, so you listen to them, I. Hear Ye you hear them they listen to. You. Say That tell me. How it makes you feel the fact that I'm not like your sister, your brother and he'll he's then heard, and then once I heard you now are willing to listen because you've both been hurt with the dad. Then you do with your mom, and then you bring them together because you all on the same page is like have an mom speaks in you. Speak Chinese Xi. DOT SPEAKS TO BACON. You all on different language pages. You got the, don't your mom. Chinese go your dad teach him. Chinese sit down together, and you speak Chinese. I've touting his experience that you can't try to teach my parents, and they would bounce off each other, so I'd say look. You don't understand. Life is like this. Speaking to my mom and my dad would chip in Ma Mama Mental CC. He thinks he's thinking the same. You're wrong, so you. They gang up and you basically because it just WANNA be rougher than hair truth, so you have to teach each individual person so you novelist averaged a report that you both get the purpose of this. Do the same the other parent, and then when you bring them together, they weren't they both understand during a different way, and now you happy slack threesome of Knowledge Awareness. Awareness and wisdom, and as you said is odd job as Lisin beings not to punish the people don't understand dos, but to enlighten them with new knowledge that if they knew they'd understand, but it's not their fault. They don't know it. It's not their fault like it's so easy to respond negatively to a person who's being negative, but they understand oh they've known as. The and just arguing shout, and they don't earn you different, and we are the ones who have the gift who know about forgiveness in lots of an and be positive. Let's. Focus on parents and we want him in a lot then if we do. We have be happy and they have to understand that in order for me to be in the same room. She got to be on the same page. Otherwise I'M NOT GONNA be here, which is not what I really want. Is You really want so? We have to compromise, and then that's where the Commute Asia comes in. Yeah I agree with that. I actually thought about this holiday and hide of Brig True my breakthrough. In the.

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"lisin" Discussed on Plan B Success

Plan B Success

04:30 min | 1 year ago

"lisin" Discussed on Plan B Success

"Generally happy. I mean you have work home a family to come back to smiles to share and people socialize with in your life and are generally comfortable. What could go wrong right? And then one day one day either physically or mentally challenged or have to deal with financial issues. These proliferate into perhaps emotional and social issues and now your spirituality that you so much dependent on and need to most rely on now emits challenges also comes into question will be your pillar to hold onto or knock. All of these challenges can be the result of one thing gone wrong and a ripple effect takes place. Perhaps the challenge is personal to you and your situation are there has been a larger caused the community level and you have to face the repercussions it brings along. So how do you react? What do you do? Are you disappointed angry helpless and feel victimized new cycled through these and several other emotions? Perhaps it's normal to do so but whatever your immediate reaction to adversities that steer you in the face it's very easy to allow them to engulf you in negative. Not all you have to do is do nothing. Acceptance of these adversities while feeling helpless can drown you before you can even start to think the biggest challenge that Lisin front of you is none of these but yourself the ability to see the opportunity and develop resilience to face these adversities. That's what you need. That's the most difficult yet. The most needed aspect of you in this stances. Your survival is solely dependent on this aspect of your character. We'll see the light amidst the negativity. You are surrounded with resilience is a magical would but hard to muster when surrounded with fear uncertainty anger confusion and so much more yet. It's the only Roger in the storm. You're in the midst of human tendency is to find someone to blame for the shoes that we go through. That does no good to anyone. Ignore that urge and accept the fact of where you truly are at the moment. Take charge of the moment and detach yourself from the emotion of what you're experiencing but think an act rationally seek out what you can control and what you cannot plan and work to improve on the things you can control skop getting pulled into worrying about what could be and get specific about the cause and the issues and what you can do to contain it in the short term. Don't focus on the cause of the problem but instead focused on how you can act on it. To mitigate it and improve the situation there will be a time for determining caused lessons learned and all that ensure you understand the challenges thrown at you and how long they will last as a result. What actions do you need to take to minimize impact focus on that? How you approach the shoes and act on the challenges is detrimental to how you come out of it. When adversity strikes most of us go without gut reaction are ingrained thoughts and habits and beliefs influenced by our experiences. Come to the fore as reactions many a time. They may hinder irrational thinking and the ability to act without emotion. It happens on either extremes whether you have been through. Several challenging times are have experienced success phenomena lead throughout your life irrespective of rich Paul. You belong to rational action gigs. Hit blindsiding you with your experiences passed in your actions. You may feel totally in control or absolutely helpless when you may be needed so long as you.

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"lisin" Discussed on Toronto Real Estate Unfiltered

Toronto Real Estate Unfiltered

08:43 min | 2 years ago

"lisin" Discussed on Toronto Real Estate Unfiltered

"Of my day and dealing with offers a little quieter this week and If that's okay sometimes it's a good thing In this case This week I decided to add a new chapter to the book And instead of doing the usual meanings that So used to doing like five nights a week. Six sometimes Fifty something weeks a year for twenty odd years which I loved by the way. The you know the one on one in person meetings down when you're at your in your living room at your kitchen I love that stuff and I always will and we'll get back to that soon for now. I've made some changes and things are happening as a video. Call Right now so today. I've been on the phone on video calls all day with some of the most amazing people in the city like the ones that seem be by seeing the be connecting with on on on different levels on twitter Instagram again people. I know people who want me to see their properties What I'm asking for them to do is to to Jump on a video call with me and So many of you are and I've seen some incredible houses today some incredible condos and some super cool layoffs to me again. This will never replace me being there but this is the way it's going to be done for now. And for some of you that are listing your properties with me again I'll always make sure that I go above and beyond and doing it. You know a quick video walk through his great start. It gets me. It gets me in the House with you. It gets me in the Condo but some of the or even taking me on tours of your renovation projects your you know your new work at home offices Some you know some of you have gone ahead and put gyms in your houses and and you didn't do that before so it's so cool so I'm really enjoying it. It's kind of like my My sneak peek into your property For the ones that I'm getting listed for sale Really that's all I would normally do is Me With you. Look around. And there's one more added chapter that you can only find out about on in a meeting or on a video call with me. That is the essential the missing ingredient of so many properties. If you listen to my podcast the few this week One I just did one last night. Storytelling is so critical yet. All you hear about is free can of paint free views coach all this stuff and some of you seem to be okay with getting those things and when you're looking at a pyramid how things that are important you're looking at the top of the pyramid where sort of You know the the glitz glamour stuff is there. But you're you're missing out on the base which is absolutely so critical and I just don't want to let you guys make that mistake. Some of you are doing it and I can't stop you but for those who haven't met with me yet haven't done their video call Jumbotron on let's let's have a meeting tomorrow. Take me through your property. Let's let's adapt to what's going on because there have actually been sales this week. That have been done this way. Some people are looking at properties via the online tours that I set up The the matter port three tours which are incredible And a couple of other new exciting innovations that I've added to my To my tool chess or to speak To get you guys through some of these turbulent times I've been here with you before Not to this degree. This one's a little bit more extreme than I can remember in my for decades but I said it's all of you that I talked to today. We will overcome this. And we'll get back to real life. There will be a grand opening for your property Either it will be on a podcast via my property. Podcast grand opening or A video walk through with me and and and all in the world to join me In the also be a grand closing and that I will make sure that I'm there for because The one thing we do is we can do Champagne celebrations on the phone. But that one will always be our in person things especially when you're either giving in your keys or getting your new keys and over the last twenty years. I've had so many of those amazing stories again. Some of them. You're going here because I think it's really important right now for you to understand how important the the art of storytelling is especially. Because a lot of people aren't going to be houses in the same way they used to. It's GonNa be it's GonNa be a big change. They will eventually go and see the property of course but things have got to be a little bit more enticing. The the the story has to be a little bit more attractive. There has to be a little bit a seduction. There has to be some intrigued. There's gotta be all those elements of a story that is missing on so many levels and I'm talking about from million dollar listings to five million dollar listing that I've seen recently. That just had really no effort whatsoever put into a story no characters. No plot no twists. No nothing just blank Blah Blah Blah adjectives you know sunny this large principal room that Blah Blah Blah. It's too much. Alex Lisin said it best when they accepted the When he accepted his rock and Roll Hall of Fame Award Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah and. That's what I see when I look at a lot of listings sort of that Charlie Brown's parents voice. I see that I'm like who's WHO's paying attention to this. And of course with me there is that added element of the podcast history and podcast storytelling tour. That goes along with everyone in my less things which makes each one so unique and gives me the whole gives me the opportunity to tell the whole story and make sure that people really know a lot about that property before they even step foot in which again right now. There's really no other way around. You've got to adapt or is just not going to happen. So why why? Why settle for again the the glossy approached the the the You know sort of the buying. Your listing technique. Which again is just to offer you. A bunch Shiny things that aren't helping you I'll show you when we meet. But the storytelling element of the property is by far one of the largest elements that people leave and it's one of the largest returns on investment that you can possibly get there's been studies done about this. You won't hear about it from the average realtor because they don't think about this stuff I do so. Let's hop on a video call Tomorrow Saturday Sunday whenever you already five ten minutes as long as you want I apologize. I haven't shaved this week. It's been one of those weeks where there's a lot more happening I'm doing my best to be therefore The many of you that are calling asking me about everything to do with your mortgages. Your Insurance Health Situations All this stuff is a lot going on. A leader removes fear. That's what I do and that's what I hope I can do for you. Let's talk soon..

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"lisin" Discussed on Lightfin Casefiles

Lightfin Casefiles

07:59 min | 2 years ago

"lisin" Discussed on Lightfin Casefiles

"WHO's Shared Linda? Mike Tyson was in his favorite restaurant ready for an early morning. Seaweeds pursue to perk him up. He was just settling down and starting to feel more awake when it tiny voice came from the answer the table excuse me. Mr. Levin Lights blinked. If that were possible he couldn't see anyone around but he had definitely heard a voice here. Light Fin swam forward and peered over the end of the table. Slow team there was a very small and beautiful but Pale orange and blue angel fish. Oh how can I help you? The Angel Fish looked like she was about to cry. What has been following me scaring the life out of me. It's terrible I simply can't go on like this. Who can become an almost fading away? Lycene ALMOST OUT SEAWEED ESPRESSO. What sorry what do you mean someone is following you? Are you sure yes. Won't you see it all started a few days ago? I was swimming near the bottom of the ocean on my way to find and suddenly ascent color shape showed up of nowhere. Right in front of me scared me half to death. It was so shocking. What is the coming tonight days? Sorry what is fair. Be Fashionably deep. It's only the coolest trendiest spot in the on the designers of fish accessories. Hang out there darling. Never heard of it but moving on it could have been an accident. Couldn't it yes but in a few days later for copies later fashion show in fashion tip again. Suddenly I saw show. I recognize the shaping mmediately. It was a lion fish with those long pointy spikes. I swam away as fast as I could. But the shadow follow me. Wherever I went I could swear it was about to eat me then. It just disappeared could be a coincidence. Sorry I'm not quite finished. Finally last night I went out for some food. Maybe some day to pick me up and make me feel better. I was going to try the latest restaurant by Daimyo that was about to head into the Sun Controller where the restaurant is when a large block and white striped see snake appeared in front of my face. I almost find it from the fright. Naturally I stole away as fast as I could who. K- it's all abid odd. I can have a look into it and see of someone might be doing this on purpose. Is there any reason why somebody may? WanNa scare you. I don't know I was on the cover of Glamorous Fish magazine a couple of weeks ago Shirley you saw it. What did it never mind? I will send you a copy or two. Oh what if they're after me because I'm famous? Let me do some asking around and see what I can find out but do me a favor and stay away from fashionably deep for now. Okay as you say detective. By the way in case you didn't recognize me. I'm sure you must have one on the Angel Fish Life in less the cafe and went looking for this shift easiest. Sandy is looking fish that he knew sometimes in this job he needed to look under some rocks and go to places. No sharks should ever have to go. Trolling the sandy bottom of the ocean looking front savory characters was definitely the kind of job life in could've done without today active light fan. What are you doing down here? Slumming it with the likes of US gruff voice was coming from behind him. Something in it told lights into jeep is distance. Light thin slowly turned in the water carefully putting a little distance between himself and the voice and efficient belong to well well Sydney. Actually you are just the fish I was looking for me or reason under the CS. You'll look in from me. Someone'S BEEN GETTING ANGEL. Fish some trouble and one of the description. She gave me matched yours. Careful Latvian you ain't the police no more you'll have no badge and can't just go accused in a fish whenever you like. Sydney moved out of the shadow of the large rock and turned towards light thin. He was a large San Conard stone. Fish who looked like an old rock that had been on the bottom of the sea for decades crested barnacles and coral stone. Fish also have an extremely poisonous sting in their tails. It was that to that likes in was wary of south. Sydney was also particularly big ugly foul tempered fish. Life also knew he was connected to Mega. Don's gang so if he scared Wanda he might know who had. Since the case about the deserted reef Lisin had been trying to figure out is the medical don was real and what his gang were up to high. Wasn't accusing you Sydney. Just asking if you knew anything. What's wrong guilty conscience? No nothing about any little fish. Get scared who said she got scared you did. I did actually. It's not looking good for you Sydney now. I might not be in the police anymore but I still know a lot of copper's and I can make life difficult for you. Okay okay listen. You didn't hear it from me. It was wander. You're talking about a few. Who have it in for that fish? There's areas sea snake me the mimetic octopus in France flounder. Why do they got it in for her pet magazine Article? You know what it's like with these famous fierce. Some of them feel that they should have been on the cover or the wand us at Sultan horrible bottom. You heard anything about any lion fish who might have it in for her lion fish. Nah She doesn't run with crowded -tective where I can find them. They're always in. The fade is the hottest spot on the seabed. You hear anything else you let me know. Sidney didn't answer just turn around and swam back under is rock. Light Fin would've wiped the sweat from his brow extent. He was a shark so he didn't sweat or have a brow and he was deep under the sea which made sledding difficult anyway. Fashionably deep was a neighborhood of coral reefs and intertwined caves and Grog os which was filled with high end fish fashion shops and restaurants. It used to be a bad part of the ocean where the real low lives like ills. Sand sharks used to hang out a few years back there had been a big cleanup and now all the small fish wanted to be seen their life in had never been there before but he knew he would need to be careful not to alarm the inhabitants who wouldn't get spooked spotting a sharp secondly lurking around as life is swam towards fashionably deep. He was stumped about. Why three very different kinds of fish would be targeting.

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"lisin" Discussed on Zen Parenting Radio

Zen Parenting Radio

16:39 min | 2 years ago

"lisin" Discussed on Zen Parenting Radio

"Is or supposedly, you know, everything is always like, you know, people's people make the interpretation, but remember correctly. Taylor swift did a interview in Rolling Stone where she. Oh my gosh. My phone I'm getting texts from your sister right now. Let me turn. I remember Rolling Stone article where she alludes to this. And so I don't think it's a reach for us to say yes, that's exactly what happened. But at the very end of the need to calm down video. She has a lot of men dressed as like big female. So a bunch of men dressed as female icons, like Adele and lady, Gaga and beyond say, Nicki, Menaj all these women, and there's a part of the song where she says, you know, we all have crowns, like, basically, she's saying, you know, people like to go on the internet and pit them against each other, and talk about who's killing it, and who's not, who's mad at each other. Who's on top? We all times if we all have crowns, were all we all are we? Right. We don't need to rip each other down, and she just mentioned them. Then the very end she in Katy Perry. They they hug. Nice. Is it okay? If I talk about her first week so we just dropped their daughters off a camp. What's the first thing they have to do once they get there? My darling. Oh, they have to stand in line and I get a lice check. So they make sure lice stays out of the case. Oh, if your kid comes home from camp or some summer school with the lice letter, there's no need to panic. You just need welcome. Here's the deal. There's no fear. No drama. No pest. If pesticides when it comes to lice removal, it's all about naturally, removing Lisin knits from the head without pudding harmful chemicals on your child. So this is what you need to do. Go to welcome dot com and order your welcome kit or you can go to Dollar General to purchase your lice init- kit, which includes the welcome. So thank you so much to a friends over. Welcome. Do you want to stick with the fatherhood thing? We're going to go to play. I'm gonna go to the next thing, but let me just finish this up. So. Let's see the last part to the men who are, you know, standing up for the women who are objectified in disrespected who are loving bravely and imperfectly, because it's sometimes even when you're standing up for people you, you're not quite sure, how to do it an airy, and but just living with their whole hearts. I mean, sometimes you have to take risks and I was reading one of Heidi Stevens articles today, she writes, Chicago Tribune. And she actually wrote about men who were speaking openly about their experiences with abortion, and their partners, -pletely foreign if you think about like an and I was reading her article going this is so interesting. I am a man who's been on the search for forty seven years. I have never once had any of my friends who I'm sure statistically have been a contributor to the result of an abortion. I've never heard any of them say that even acknowledge that it happened. They have contributed to a pregnant. That's what I mean. Pregnancy that resulted in an abort? Right. And that decision they could have been half of that decision. Do you know what I mean? Like maybe they weren't involved. Maybe they were but a lot of times it's a decision between two people it's taboo, it's not talked about from the guys and probably there's an element of that with the girls. Exactly. So it was just an interesting like for men to share their own experiences, so weird even think about that. And that is this is what I mean. And again, Cleo Wade, wasn't talking about this specifically. But sometimes when we talk about it's not just even standing up for women. And I'm putting that in air quotes men talking about all aspects of their lives instead of thinking this is a woman's issue. Like you're involved in this, this is not something you can just push off and be like, oh, that's just women. You contribute to this issue pregnancy that has ever happened in the history of time. A man has been involved in one way or another. And whether or not talking about the decision whether or not to have. Abortion or, or raising of a person raising a kid, like there's a lot of single moms out there, a lot more single moms, and single dads. And this is when I get all worked up. You know, the all the guys the other night, we're watching boyhood which we love deeply, it's a really good movie. And there was the scene that I had kinda forgotten about in these happened in movies all the time. This happens in real life, but we're Ethan Hawke he comes to see his kids when they're little so I think, Mason is like five and Sam like seven, something like that. And there is a point where Patricia Arquette mom his former mother-in-law is talking to him. She's like witty. You know, she's, he's dropping off the kids and she's like, are you gonna stay here? What are you doing? Next and goes on. I made just kind of, you know, move onto the next thing, I'm not quite sure if I'm gonna live here, whatever. And I, I looked at ten I'm like, it's crazy that he even has those choices you have children, and for you to have the freedom to speed like, oh, I might I might go somewhere else might live somewhere else. I might go to Alaska like. It's crazy. And again, for those of you, who you don't have to see the movie to understand this. He feels free to come. See his kids, whenever he wants. And then just to go have a life, he went to Alaska. He did. And, and let me say that even hawk in that movie totally turns out to be a good, dad. He had a crappy, I five years of their lives, mostly, because he was so young Twenty-three when he had their first kid. But that's not I say that. But so is it Patricia Arquette? Yes. And she was there. So it's a very interesting or you and I watch big little lies last night. So, so good. And there's you know, there's this whole story line for those of you. I don't want to go too far down this rabbit hole. But the character that Reese Witherspoon plays she has a daughter when she's much younger with a with a man who's also in the show, and she basically raises this daughter by herself, the man who ends up being Zoe Kravitz, his wife, late or husband later, he's not around for. For this experience of her raising her daughter and later. This is in season, one when the daughters, like eighteen she wants to go live with her dad because she's not getting along with her mom. Now, let me just say straight out the character Reese Witherspoon plays is very flawed character. I understand why the daughters mad her mom, but from like a purely just like being a mom for a second. She raised her pie or self. And now the daughter's like I'm gonna go stay with dad now. It's just such a interesting. And the daughter does leave she lets her go. I mean it's not a she doesn't Schneider excited about it. But you do have to let go and I honor her for doing that. But it's just such an interesting way to view the woman's experience versus the man's experience. I know I know some guys are like, well, this is the way it is. Why, why is it? That that's the way it is. And they'll be like, why my buddy got his. Girlfriend pregnant, and he wanted to be involved, but she wouldn't let them like, all right. Maybe there's you can always find an example. But let's talk about the macro, what's happening. What's happening is that there's a lot of young men in prison, and we need to figure out what's broken right? And a lot of young men committing suicide and a lot of men who are abusing their wives and a lot of men who are lonely and depressed. And it's not just about demonizing. It's about healing. And if you're a guy, you're listening to you, like, well, I'm not doing that. Okay. Great. We got it. Thank you. Now how do we change this? -ironically. That's what this documentaries about that. We're showing join ninth is the bystander moment. How are we? Yeah. We're not gonna date rape somebody. But if you're in a fraternity, and your son is in fraternity, you want them to stand up for somebody who needs support not to turn a blind eye. And that's what this is about because we are still sending our daughters and sons into a culture. Yes. Into a bro chair. I was part of that catcher, and that's the thing we miss is, we'll say, we're so myopic or we're so self-focused about if I don't do it. It doesn't involve me, this can become very political and the truth is everything that everybody does involves you. We are part of a system, and when we only say, but I don't we miss the opportunity to shift a culture and I feel like the this is like we were saying before about the tap on the shoulder. The first thing that happens while I just read a glorious Steinem quote about this. The first thing that happens when you try and shit. Two cultures. Everyone gets mad at you. Like it's the, the natural first instinct is like as soon as you say my experiences different than yours. I just wrote something in my book about I've, I'm finding new terminology. When people tell me how something happens. And I say that is in my experience. That's becoming my new way of trying to shift a culture of when someone says something is absolute fact, like women are this way, and I can say that hasn't been my experience or two year olds are always this way that hasn't been my experience. I'm not saying it isn't yours. And I'm not saying that you're wrong. What I'm saying is can you open your eyes to see that there are many things playing out. And when you look at the statistics of our culture, there are some shifts that we need to make. And, and if we're going to spend all of our time being defensive about these issues, then we're not gonna get very far. So anyway, I just wanted to say on that note, because we just talked about such heavy topics for the men out there, the fathers out there who are showing up and doing the best they can. And like this likely await said loving bravely imperfectly, you're not doing it. All right. Either mine either. None of us are, but you keep showing up and you keep being there and you keep trying and you're listening and you're focusing and you're changing and you're, you know that just thank you for being who you are. And in happy, Father's Day, a few days late and just know that you are changing the world, just by the way, you raising your kids and are in the world, just by recognizing who you are. Well, and I've said it said a million times, no say it again. I love being a man, and there's some wonderful attributes to being a man that do not come as naturally to women. I'm not getting the specifics, but. Not man-hating here. Being a man is awesome..

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"lisin" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:33 min | 2 years ago

"lisin" Discussed on KOMO

"Is our editor this afternoon. And I'm Taylor van Cise headlines were following today. House speaker Nancy Pelosi says nothing is off the table on the possible impeachment of President Trump. Speaking in San Francisco today, Pelosi said lawmakers must get it right. And proceed on a path that gets results. She said special counsel, Robert Muller has given congress a presentation of the facts, the special counsel speaking today at the Justice department saying that his comments will be the last you'll hear of it from him. He's closing his office and returning to life as a private citizen. The president meanwhile on Twitter saying nothing has changed in the final statement that Muller gave he used the phrase the case is closed on Twitter. Komo news time one sixteen for years now we've heard about superbugs gaining resistance to antibiotics that have been over prescribed. It's left a puzzling question. What happens when we're out of options and? Antibiotics are useless against infections. We used to treat without blinking an eye doctor. Matt McCarthy is the author of the new book superbugs the race to stop an epidemic. And he joins me now on the KOMO Newsline. Good afternoon. Thanks so much for having me. When did superbugs I grab your attention as a doctor? Oh, I think it was around two thousand and ten I recently finished, my medical training, and I was suddenly a full-fledged position, and I was going down to the emergency room treating patients and I found that many of the oral antibiotics, so easily treated, my patients, you know, in previous years. We're no longer working, and I was struggling to find new treatments for people, and we were relying on intravenous options and in the past few years. I've seen that even those intravenous options are no longer working and the result is that we have patients who are affected with the superbugs for which there are often no treatment and thinking back on my childhood. It seems like I got a dose of antibiotics every time I had a runny nose. So I wonder if we as humans were a little less eager to throw these meds at sick folks. Would we be in this precarious situation, or was this sort of inevitable? Well, doctors are certainly part of the problem here is that we have over prescribed antibiotics. And you know, there, there are a number of factors that play. Here we are over prescribing patients. Don't always take them as directed. You know, one of the crucial things people can do if your doctor recommends seven days of antibiotics, take all seven days. Don't stop after day too, because you feel better that gives bacteria a chance to evolve into mutate to become superbugs. We also are using them inappropriately in commercial agriculture, and farming. You know, we are using Burke, yellow sus and syphilis drugs in our orange groves, and we're using valuable fungal drugs in our tulip gardens, and these all contribute to this issue, over prescribing drugs, that allow the bacteria to evolve to become resistant to them. So then what's next over the next twenty thirty years, are we going to be able to cure these buds and get patients out of hospitals before they contract a new infection. I'm hopeful that we will part of my book is looking at these extraordinarily new treatments that are just in the early stages of development. You know, things that involve crisper, molecular, gene. Editing things. Lisin which can cause bacteria to explode. What is so challenging about this? Is that it usually costs around a billion dollars and ten years worth of studies to get any one of these new treatments that proved by the FDA and the challenge here is that the pharmaceutical industry is losing interest in doing this because they often lose money on antibiotics? They spend a billion dollars to develop a drug that doctors are stingy about prescribing. I know you're on an ethics committee at a hospital. I don't know that there's an easy way for me to ask this question or a PC way to do it. But if we were a little less ethical would these curious be pushed out a little sooner? That is a controversial question. There are these safeguards in place right now. And I write about an institutional review board and. That is designed to protect patients, and it makes sure that a doctor like me, does not just come in and start studying drugs that are dangerous. That slows things down a lot because, you know, I spent nearly a year going back and forth with this board in the bureaucracy just trying to get my trial approved and it was a trial that ultimately helped patients and the ethical barriers studying new drugs. I think exists for a reason and they're not going away. Dr. Matt McCarthy with us on KOMO news. He's the author of the new book superbugs the race to stop an epidemic. Thanks, dr. Thank.

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"lisin" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"lisin" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Of pita chips or bagel chips. I eat it any way I want to forget about you don't mess with New York bagels, New York pizza or New York Chinese food. Forget about the bagels. The New York are the best. I kind of like the new way of slicing it. So it's bite size pieces. Let people cut the bagel. However, they want. I'm Gene Wexler. And I say no way you have your say using the open mic button in the news ninety six point five WDBO app. I I got a couple of thoughts here Marsha. And Ray if I bought the bagels, I'm gonna slice of many damn way that I want to slice my bagels. I don't I don't care the opinion of anybody else. I will slice my bagels. Anyway, I want that having been said, I certainly will not slice them bread style. Lisin the traditional way. And I want to go back a few stories to the air show in Melbourne. I'm gonna I'm gonna have to play a challenge card. I got to put a challenge card on the table on this one. The pilots handle is Ice, Man. I'm sorry. You cannot be Ice Man that that that has got to be one of the nicknames. That is forever. Retired after top gun you might as well go by maverick or goose if you're gonna use Ice Man, you can't use that nickname. I thought it was cool. I mean, come on. You gotta come hack iceman to maybe two. But iceman is is man is Val Kilmer. Melbourne high school guy. I don't mean any disrespect. I think it's a cool name. He can use it. I mean, incredible.

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"lisin" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

03:24 min | 3 years ago

"lisin" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

"Then and then eventually for this whole other generation. He's just George's dad, and I always say so weird when things work out that well, this the way it goes. Yeah. Waco's because that shows will never stop being on television. It's on all the time and also king of queens my dad's on that's right and equally known for that now too. But Seinfeld, it'll be on seven thousand yourselves Seinfeld. But it's it's on an eleven o'clock every night in every city in that just the way it's going to go. I guess forever forever. Yeah. That France will just be Seinfeld and friends. That is the big ones and friends once I was on friends. You went you ever on Seinfeld. I was never on Seinfeld. No. I was on king of queens wants to. But you know, for my dad, it was a great thing. Because he did he was my mom's still are Mira. Yeah. And you know, they they did their thing the seventies. And and they were still working are. But then when when Seinfeld happened it it was like a whole new audience for him. If Seinfeld got like a genuine kick ahead to. Oh, they lease see light the outtakes and stuff. Larry. Yeah. All those guys loved him. 'cause they just always he'll just made because my dad worked so hard. He was so, you know, would were like he would approach like he was doing Shakespeare. Yeah. Every episode and he had to run it, and he had to rehearse it. And you know, had to hold it, and he in sometimes forget his lines and they loved it when he'd like almost forget, but his process of working so hard and being so in it was what made everybody they just enjoyed bad part of it. And I went as when. He would screw up. It was great casting too because him and Jason Alexander could both goes zero two hundred in like a split second. And it really did seem like they're related. Also, they're upset and I said before but that is nothing like my dad is like my dad's not like that. Yes. Like, the most quiet, calm guy. But yet he has that in him. And and he, you know, he's just naturally funny. It's like a naturally funny person headed your parents react when you became this A, plus list comedy, actor must've been strange for them. It would be super strange for me. If that happened. They were Lisin. Yeah. I don't know. What what I mean? I think they were happy and proud, and my mom sort of. I think it was always wanting me to do different kinds of stuff. Yeah. Honestly, like she was like berry proud, but like she was very well, read and liked independent movies. And I think she was always pushing me to kind of do, you know to do different kinds of things. All right. I took it to share time. So as a taking my daughter to visit college today, are you? Yeah. She's a junior. So that's exciting. It is exciting at all. But board no payoffs. See I'm going the other way, I think the inefficiency now is the payoffs. Nobody's expecting it anymore. Now. That nobody thinks that's ever gonna happen. You now is the time trying to discount discount. Guys number could have been five hundred K a year ago. Now, it's like a hundred K they're just desperate to business with anybody going out of business hill, I fully expect twenty more stores stories off that story to be happening near you know, this happens in New York in the private schools..

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"lisin" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"lisin" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

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"lisin" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"lisin" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

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"lisin" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"lisin" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

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"lisin" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

11:32 min | 3 years ago

"lisin" Discussed on KGO 810

"Got it. All. Really fired up. Drills impossible to not feel this way right now with the president and the vice President Mike Pence who wishes I couldn't be married. Let's just be clear the vice president of America wishes. I didn't have the love with my wife. He wanted to van that in Indiana. He believes in conversion therapy. He is hurt LGBTQ people's so badly as the government of my show gay -cation did this in terms of connecting the dots. In terms of what happened the other day to just say, I don't know him. Personally. I saw Lisin all of my love. Connect the dots. This is what happens if you're in a position of power, and you hate people and you wanna cause suffering to them. You go through the trouble you spend your career trying to cause suffering. What do you think is going to happen? Kids are going to be abused. And they're going to kill themselves and people are going to be beaten on the street. I have traveled the world, and I have met the most marginalized people you could be. I am lucky to have this time and the privilege to say this. This leads to stop. That was Ellen page. She was with Stephen Colbert on the tonight show. And that is impassioned and that is very real. She was weepy, you know, at the end when she was talking about that. I would also point out that you know, she talked about Mike Pence in his dislike for his hatred for gay people. It goes beyond just that. There was even a story that came out. Let's see I think it was the fall of last year. Maybe where Donald Trump was in a meeting. There was a group of people in a meeting and Donald Trump was joking that Mike Pence wants to hang gays. There are a number of people there. At this meeting a lot of people and all the people essentially reported the same thing. And so Donald Trump routinely would in meetings. He would mock Mike Pence because Mike Pence is a weirdo. Okay. He is not just staunchly conservative. He is really weird. Like know can't be alone with a woman anywhere. He could never have lunch or dinner with a woman without his wife present. I I'm not sure why I'm not sure if he thinks that he's just so doggone attractive that every woman would just attack him or if he couldn't hold himself back. I don't know why that is. But he's a weirdo. He's just a weirdo. Governor of Indiana elected to be governor of Indiana. The hoosiers sometimes are weirdos too. So he has strong opposition to abortion. He also has strong opposition to homosexuality. So there was a discussion about gay rights and Donald Trump nodded toward Mike Pence who was in the. The room not toward Mike Pence the vice president, and he joked don't ask that guy. He wants to hang them. All. And he thought it was funny. He thought it was just a hoot Mike Pence's wife is also a teacher working at a school. That's an anti LGBTQ school. This is okay. So this is what I'm coming to. I'm I wanna ask you quite seriously. Do you think that leaders? As Ellen page was saying you're in a position of power. And you express this kind of hatred. You want to make people suffer you cause them to suffer? And it has consequences. Do you think that Mike Pence is in any way responsible for what happened? The assault that took place on the actor who was beaten up Jesse at beaten up the actor for empire a gay actor beaten up hate crime. Definitely a hate crime is Mike Pence responsible in any way for that. Is there anyone responsible for that assault other than the men who perpetrated it apparently there were at least two men who did this is he in any way responsible for this? And if you want to even sidestep the idea of Mike Pence when you have people in power, the issue has come up about Donald Trump, many, many, many many times the been things that Donald Trump has said that people say open the doors it gives permission it allows people to openly express their hatred and hostility and in some cases, violent towards people. I mean, let's remember in Donald Trump's rallies. He actually did encourage people to perpetrate violence. He did do that. And there were cases where people within his rallies did attack. Protesters protest are being led out of a room. And somebody sucker punched him, you know. And then I mean, it's just it's horrible. It's horrible. And instead of trying to calm a crowd instead of trying to say, you know, we're better than this. We can listen to other people we can have our disagreements we don't have to tolerate disruption. So I'd like that person to be removed, but we can always discuss our differences. That's the American thing to do. But new instead he encourages violence. He pushes people to violence and some people really take that to heart. You know, there are people who totally misunderstand what people in the public have to say, they distort words, they distort their intentions. They use it to justify something that they want to perpetrate. But there is no justification. And the words didn't even mean that. And this person was just kind of Kuku. That happens and it happens with some frequency, but not in this case Ellen pages right about that. She is right. These are individuals who are are expr- at Mike Pence in particular because Donald Trump, I think is an opportunist. I think Donald Trump's hatred is not necessarily deep-rooted. I think Donald Trump is indifferent to most people I think all he's cared. All he cares about is Donald Trump. And if the abuse of those people if the hatred directed at those people if bigotry toward those people in somehow elevated him if it somehow makes him money makes him more powerful makes him better in some regard. Does something for him. He's all for it. But I don't think Donald Trump's hatred is really deep rooted. I do think Mike Pence is oh he justifies it with his religion. But I think the people who are haters and who say that they're haters because their religion commands it I think those people are. Liars. There's a word Jimmy Ray. Could tell me what it is. There's a word for people who use the word of God or the word of Christ. And they twisted around to mean something else to help them. And I think that's what my what Mike Pence is. I think he's a hater in his heart. And he uses he uses religion to give him cover for his hatred. I this is what I believe and Ellen Page's, right? That if you're a hater, and if as a result of that, and you're a person in power, you're being haters bad enough. But now, you're in power, you're the governor of an entire state the state of Indiana. And now you are the vice president of the United States in America. You are second in line are first in line after the president to become the most powerful person in the entire world. And you are a hater. And you have spent your life making people suffer because of your hate now because they did anything to you. Because you don't like who they are you disapprove of who they are. You hate them for who they are. And so you want them to suffer? And you're a person in power did us that not have an impact. It does. It means something it always means something when people who are on these in these positions of power when they start expressing ideas that this is. Okay. That's okay. Why do you think so much? Why do you think Charlottesville happened? It was a time when the door was being open to it. We're at a time right now where we have an administration. That does not reject racism in all its forms. That embraces authoritarianism. That seems to love the idea of the power of the dictator. They want to deny women. And they want to deny people who aren't just like them. From being recognized as being equal and having rights. I mean, this is just the way it is. This is the reality. We live in today. So if you agree that that's the reality. If you don't fine. I'd love to hear from you. But I I believe that's the reality. If you agree that that's the reality. Tell me how can it not? Have an impact. How could it not make a difference? How can it not give permission? Given. Okay. Give a wink and a nod give approval to those people who would take it to the next step. In who would brutalise somebody who terrorized somebody? God forbid would kill somebody. Because they think they're just like the president. They think they're just like the vice president pay the same hatreds. They had the same desires to get rid of these people. But I'm not in the spotlight. I can do it. Eight hundred ten is the telephone number eighty eighty eight ten. Does Mike Pence bear responsibility here. I know he's not directly responsible. I know he's not directly respond course. He's not. He wasn't there. He didn't do it. Even put the rope around his neck. But does he bear a responsibility as a person of power? Who expresses his hatred? Who denies rights. Two gay people who the president of the United States said wants to hang them. All. And there was a rope. That was put around Jesse small at snack. I'm Pat Thurston. Eight hundred eighty eight ten is the telephone number eight hundred eight away tenure listening to K G. O Pat Thurston on K G O eight ten joint K G O for the largest.

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"lisin" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

05:05 min | 3 years ago

"lisin" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"The White House is trying to draw rank and file Democrats from their party's leadership to pick up votes for President Trump's proposed border wall. But no Democrats showed up yesterday for what was supposed to be. A bipartisan luncheon hosted by Mr. Trump. Here's Louisiana Republican congressman Steve Scalise. People are tired of them saying they're for border security, and yet refusing to actually support the funding it will take to secure our border. Meanwhile, the twenty six day-old shutdown hobbling enforcement efforts throughout the federal government. Halting power plant an oil. Well, inspections slowing financial fraud probes and tax audits thwarting plane crash investigations, even delaying a probe into Facebook's privacy practices. It's a story by Eric wolf at politico. Eric would have you found energy reporter, I was interested in whether EPA's during their inspections, or, you know, enforcing the law and companies that are polluting, but then it occurred to me that probably a lot of other agencies have the situ the securities and Exchange Commission, which. Financial while they're also closed essentially many of their workers are low which means that took good time to commit white collar fraud. I guess for a little while on the IRS enforcers and auditors. They're not working. So as you get ready to do taxes. You can do count is just a lot of people not on the job. If you carry a badge and a gun, you're probably working. But if your job is to go to your paperwork, and do that sort of thing, you're probably not summary. The EPA situation is what here they've furloughed almost everyone except for a few hundred employees few employees who work in the headquarters, and then a few hundred people whose job is to make sure to protect Lisin property is how they frame it. And so that means they, but they do that on a much larger scale that a hundred people can do essentially an emergency response good. Some company has like sewage or toxic waste flying. Right into a reservoir. They'd be ready to jump on that they do a ton of other smaller. So far scale I should say Bush events, they visit everything to recycling facilities power plants manufacturers oil, drinking wells and just try and make sure there's nothing like we can into the groundwater. And sometimes there is and then there's a long process in getting those companies to stop or getting them to make sure they clean up their mouth. Very little of that is happening right now these like somewhat agency, but still necessary enforcement work specifically referenced an oil production site in Oklahoma for the EPA what's happening there to pick on Oklahoma or even the oil industry. It just happens that the part of ETA that covers that area had a really good website for looking these things up and show dollar inspection reports. And so when you look through those you can find any number of the recent inspections that, you know, somebody literally goes down and looks at a storage tank facility, and they walk around say, hey, like that one kit you're talking about there's a lot of dead vegetation going downhill. I can see there's a week that's going outside their containment where they're supposed to contain everything. And then if you follow the map of the streams and rivers, you can see that they take actual chemical measurements of the stream. Upstream of the event of the place, which has a much smaller miserable. The various things the downstream event, they find a huge increases are toxic chemicals. They say, hey problem needs to get fixed for the follow up is necessary. What that follow up? It's hard to do right now. There's just not a lot of it's not that much staff to do it. Telephone contract work speaking with Eric wolf energy reporter at politico. He's got a deep dive entitled shutdowns hidden impact frozen. Inspections and fraud cases explained the the limits of the SEC right now. Yeah. That's not quite as deep on that part. But yeah, they they can't be similar to EPA and a lot of ways. Yeah. They can't take to as many call. Then you probably have left in the way of emergency. There is an emergency white collar fraud than I can think of, but they aren't doing those investigations they aren't going through Friday aren't asking everyone so paperwork and anybody who turns in the paperwork required to they're not going through it. It's just none of that kind of thing is happening. And this is sort of a really interesting time for the FCC not to be working giving me amount of you know, fraud investigation. It's kind of ongoing corrected to the White House. What about untangling all this at some point? Yeah. I mean, I so, you know, we tend to think of enforcement as a police officer demanding that someone come down to the station like did you on TV? And I'm sure that happens in real life with actual badge officers. But when you're when you're doing civil enforcement of this kind agency, you tend to have to call up the head of the company. The and say, let's have a meeting. Then when can we do year that food I can get to you at this time? Of course, there's no government travel, but you have to coordinate all these people and scheduled and get everyone in the same place and have negotiations and discussions over time. You have to have to the meeting was scheduled for this week that meeting cancelled. Well, now, you gotta do it again. Thanks, Eric, Eric wolf energy reporter at politico. It is.

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"lisin" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

03:16 min | 3 years ago

"lisin" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"We wish. Candies way down. He has no idea. Why? Making feeding in. Way over in front of the blue. Jackets waved him out. Branko Toronto loses the faceoff Riley. Nash takes pass up the left wing side Panthers. Take away the played back into Lubega film. Can't on the near wall. The chronic. Takeaway, the Kuchen. Wall gets to market Santa. He'll just tip it back to the neutral zone. Get to it. Ready to bring it up the ice. Can't turns president behind the blue jackets net frothy tried to play skip right by Stich. Who's over the far wall Riley Nash clear who can try to wants Dan twice the work. The Panthers vitamin cutting the net down low broke it up to play by Brandon dubinsky to break up that pass. To the red line in Florida. Keinan slowed down by your neck. Glad that allows able to get the puck and find a bad enough rich gun reflected by Seth Jones. Lisin around with the far wall, declares got fixes it left wing side facet across the ice. Relics Jeter Weber and try to send it back to Zack Marinski, and he missed them on the past, but came through the nucleus of the blue jackets have to go back and get it again. Pinera gift to declare back to the middle of the ice Winberg down low and couldn't get the handle on that in order to take a shot. He was right there. One on one the game. Rhymer couldn't do anything. Now with a pass up the near boards. Jonathan hoover. Does feels away finds Keith Yandell is defense when it was up on the plane. Handle dumps it into Jones Jones will quickly look right back out to the red line. Fourteen tend to go here in the third period. This game is tied at two goals apiece. Long pass up the left side. Florida Panthers in the blue bag. Very good. He tripped and fell down. He didn't get step backwards me at a Florida panther. They're kind of fell over the gun shot blocked by koetter finds himself. Moves it up the left wing boards. Eric roberts. Across the right wing side and dumped in the Robinsons offsides. Blue jackets can't touch this. Florida gets it will have now tagged up in the neutral zone. The pass to Mike Mathis. Enough the ice samples. Off the back end nice little fixate, thereby Sergei RAFI. Here's another shot by Michael Haley in the is made Spicer gave a Broschi now bodies flying to the net. Not happy with the Florida Panthers. How hard they crash again. Josh Anderson, Michael Haley, wind up against the boards. Ready to? This vis the line quickly stepped between them. Break them up thirteen twenty in the third period..

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Washington, Cardi B. and US discussed on BBC Minute

BBC Minute

01:01 min | 3 years ago

Washington, Cardi B. and US discussed on BBC Minute

"ABC minute with Emmanuel starting around where president Hassan Ruhani has accused US of psychological warfare after Washington imposed tough sanctions on the country. He said they were incompatible with any future negotiations over its nuclear ambitions, Indonesia where rescue workers are searching the ruins of a mosque on lumber island ways feared people were trapped by Sunday's deadly earthquake. The quake is now not killed nearly one hundred people and left at least twenty thousand homeless winning actress. Lupita young has been talking about her first children's saying, it's important to educate young people on the ideas of like UT. The story due out next year is about a Kenyan girl. He wants to Lisin her skin. Madrid have unveiled a new kit, which is made entirely from recycled ocean. Plastic is hope the new pink strip efforts to waste plastic enough. So he's and after pulling out of her tore with Bruno Mars, following the birth of her daughter Cardi b. has revealed that she'll make her return to the state at a festival in Texas in October two thousand nine hundred minutes.

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Getting Real with Criticism, Body Image and the Political Climate with Sabrina.

We Went There

01:17 min | 4 years ago

Getting Real with Criticism, Body Image and the Political Climate with Sabrina.

"Screaming. Nanny buddy here. Well, guess they can hear us. Yeah. Yeah, I am heard. I feel her. I am heard. I feel love. Fresno. I feel valid. You all should in. You're listening to weei went there pot. Here. I did. Great. It's a great recurring. I hope she comes back next year with a whole podcast without no Lose lose all. all. Well, speaking of acting, we have a guest here today. This is baby Honey, bee. Yes, this is Sabrina. She's one of my best friends. As of this year. We just did a play together. It was incredible if you missed it. You don't know. You don't suck, but you miss any mysteriously must law. Whole lot. All our colors. True color. Yes, brianna. Tell us who you are and where you are in the world. When we just recite my Tinder profile. Just kidding. Yeah, I'm pretty much all she said. I'm Sabrina. I'm twenty years old soon to be you to do you have a channel that up yet? I do, but I'm deciding on names. Okay. I like I picked one name and then I don't know if I wanna stick with the very important name is very important. So, but for right now, the fat brat on YouTube Levitt, there you go. Marine bio major, and it's going to save the whales. Nash tax, make them glow up. No whole. We're excited to have her here today. We're excited this season. Kreis. It's over. We're gonna work hard all summer to bring back an awesome season. Going to be back and better than ever. Okay. Cars card car. Lisin. Lillard. Okay. Crash creator Christ until rice at. That's me. Harley. The rap. The big hostile toll cost. Enough strong with that. You go first. Okay. My first little question. Wait. Yes. Is what's a kink of yours related to big question. I can't of mine just anything but like turns me on. Yeah. Okay. So trigger triggered, I just had an experience with a which will get into that AST, how. Buddy. King of mine. I really like role playing. Into the role playing in fucking on the Steed. Literally. No, I very much enjoy role play. That's a really. Cool. My little question is what are three TV shows that you think are really important for people to see because of either politics or like you're seeing experiences of others or representation, things like that? This is a good question the dome. Ooh. Ooh. So good. It's like the real because I didn't know how like hip hop started back in like Howard begin. So it's the real story of that in like the story of like the Bronx in the lot of artists that came from there

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Van strikes pedestrians in Toronto, killing 9

All Things Considered

02:15 min | 4 years ago

Van strikes pedestrians in Toronto, killing 9

"The live from npr news in washington i'm jack speer toronto police say nine people are dead sixteen injured after a white van jumped a curb and plowed into a crowd of pedestrians deputy police chief says they've apprehended the suspect who advocated that vehicle drivers in custody right now he's been investigated to the events that took place this afternoon still not clear what caused the van to strike the pedestrians at a busy intersection video shows the van driver are merging with what appeared to be a gun though orders have said no shots were apparently fired the suspect inequality rupel slang at a nashville waffle house over the weekend is in custody authorities say they've arrested twenty nine year old travis ranking not far from his apartment national police chief carlos lor describes what officers found during the arrest once he was in custody the detectors went cut off the backpack off of them because he was in cuffs when they looked into the backpack they had they saw a a silver kimber semiautomatic weapon with forty five caliber ammunition a flashlight and a holster on his person police allege ryan king wearing only a green coat and no other clothing opened fire early sunday morning with a semiautomatic assault style weapon at the restaurant killing four people before patron rested the gun away from the white house is clarifying the presidential twitter statements are north korea here's npr's more lisin over the weekend president trump made some bold statements on twitter about north korea he said the north koreans have quote agreed to denuclearization that sounded like a historic breakthrough but then the white house press secretary sarah sanders walked that statement back saying the president didn't mean that north korea had actually agreed to give up their nuclear weapons only that they agreed that the goal should be getting rid of nuclear weapons on the korean peninsula or not gonna make mistakes from previous administrations and we're not gonna take the north korean simply at their word we're not naive in this process sanders said the us will continue to put maximum pressure on the north koreans until they take concrete steps towards denuclearization mara liasson npr news the white defenses restaurant and bill cosby's retrial on criminal charges of sexual assault laura bench off of member station whyy reports the eighty year old cosby did not take the stand over.

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