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Kenya Moore Defends "Right to Exploit" RHOA Ladies

Daily Pop

01:34 min | 1 year ago

Kenya Moore Defends "Right to Exploit" RHOA Ladies

"The atlanta housewives reunion is still going and these ladies are not over trying to figure out who got that bolo and last night during their final reunion episode. The ladies went to war. I think anytime that you have sex with someone or explore as you say is within their right however it's my right to exploit what they do in a task house for a reality. Tv show thing. Go one engine. You should admit that you ask the working alone. let's say me. I'm not ulli. Lutely are wow mose. When you're on a reality show do you can. You has a point that you have the right to exploit your other cast members. Yeah i usually agree with kenya. And i think her word choice was wrong. In the moment. I think exploit was a little dramatic. I think what she wanted to say. Was i have the right to speak about it because it did happen on a cast trip in a cast house. So i think she does now if she had decided to allegedly have relations with bolo outside of this trip at her private home his home. The hotel at private island. I don't care where it was then. I don't think that kenya has a right to speak on it but if it happens on the show whether the cameras are on or off i do think it becomes open game.

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Fabrigasm, a Virtual Experience for Lovers of African Textiles

Stitch Please

02:11 min | 1 year ago

Fabrigasm, a Virtual Experience for Lovers of African Textiles

"Welcome lisa back to the program. Negative good to be back. I am so so glad for us to be having this conversation today. So listen let's start with talking about fabric azam. Where did the idea for that concept. Come from it actually started with this little hobby of when i have a really good picture like my friend. I'll make up a fake like fake magazine cover and magazine. Journalism was my favorite class. At t when i would when i studied marketing many many years ago so i was always into the whole magazine thing so when i get a picture say but like i said a friend or whatever i would convert it into magazine cover put like big titles. Just kind of fun thing like coming up with the title of the magazine. This goes back years like a little hobby so with a friend. I did one for her because she had a whole gardening. You know whatever was and thinking about the fabric. And i thought about fabric azam and we'd use that word loosely back and forth just like oh beautiful fabric. You have a fabric gazza Yes we have kinda get it when they hear people you know. Oh yes yes that was wonderful beautiful fabric a fabric azam well and it's the feeling that you get. Is that like your heart races. A little bit going to become and you. Just it's a fabric azam. I mean i'm not sure that really needs that is that is all it needs lutely love that i love that so it seems to be motivated by play and happiness right because you were playing around with the idea. Magazine covers because that that was a way to that was like one of your favorite classes at the fashion institute and it was also a way to preserve memory. So if your friend you and your friend had a great photograph or something and you you put it when you put it in this almost like a magazine tribute. It's a way to preserve an honor that memory. And then it's just really fun to see and i have had fabric azam's and i think that many people who are listening to this podcast today will have. We'll have had them as well because it just turns to absolute session. That's the reason that. I have so much in my him collection because i developed very strong feelings about

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Is Biden Delivering on His Climate Promises?

The Ten News

01:28 min | 1 year ago

Is Biden Delivering on His Climate Promises?

"His twenty twenty campaign. President biden promised move fast on environmental protections. Now that he's been in office for a few months. How's he doing on that promise. I want to hear everything well. So far his administration is added eighteen new regulations and overturned twenty policies that environmental groups like the audubon society and the natural resources. Defense council opposed now toll. Cain they've stopped a coppermine from operating in arizona. After local native american tribes argued it could endanger sacred sites and sensitive habitats administration. Also pump the brakes on a decision to slash three million acres of northern spotted owl habitat. At least for now maybe the biggest decision. So far was ending the permit to finish the keystone excel pipeline. Which was supposed to carry crude oil from alberta canada all the way to the southern states in the gulf coast. Why is that a big deal. Well environmentalists were against the pipeline from the beginning over safety concerns and the increased greenhouse gases that the pipeline would release into the atmosphere. It also threatens the water supply and lands of the rosebud sioux tribe and other native peoples. Is there more work to do abso lutely. But everything's gotta start somewhere right

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What is going on with Gamestop and the stock market?

Clark Howard Show

07:06 min | 1 year ago

What is going on with Gamestop and the stock market?

"I want to talk about the crazy stuff. Going on the stock market game stop has been all in the news but they're just one of a handful of stocks that have been going just nuts so in the last few weeks. Also have some great news for you on health insurance. If you have suffered a job loss. So i wanna talk to you about the game. Stop thing It's quite a buzz right now. My i knew that this had really taken off my fifteen year. Old son wanted me to explain to him. What the deal was with game. Stop because he's looked at game. Stop is just a has been loser for a long time. You know they've closed tons of stores. There's stores that are still open. What kind of Sad rundown and. It's something that time seems to have passed by but the value of game stock dame stop has climbed game stop stock as climbed climbed and climbed and climbed and you may have heard some of the reporting about how this was really fueled on read it and how elon musk was saying. Hey buy game stock. It's going to the moon. What about spacex. Aren't they going to the moon or mars or something anyway so this is become a mania and it's been the revenge of very young investors and so they have been bidding up the stock and it's been people doing so in very small purchases huge numbers of people and game stock really doesn't have a lot of intrinsic market value wall street insiders big time money people have been playing a game called selling the stock shore which you may have heard the expression. Last few days it's a financial maneuver where you're heading that you can buy a stock today. You can borrow a stock today and then find the borrowing shares later at lower prices. It's called shorting a stock and that was probably a terrible explanation or definition but the idea is the big money crowd on wall street had been betting on the extinction of game stop and then what the small investors have done. Why do people in their teens and twenties is they've been doing the opposite. They've been pushing the value of game. Stop up and then people who would bat on the shares dropping had to do what's called unwind their positions by shares of inflating stock price. And as they buy more that pushes the price up in order to close out their positions and limit their losses. It has nothing to do with the actual real value of game. Stop. there's also been happening with Remember they used to be the hottest device. People carried a blackberry with. There's also been happening with their stock and think about five or six others where on message boards people are saying. Hey let's run. This went up and they've been doing it now. Generally when people collude. That is an illegal activity but this is not traditional private collusion. These are individuals stating on message boards and as best as securities. Laws work. Today as i understand them. It's not at all illegal but the reality is these stocks that are being pushed up. Have none of the intrinsic value that the market suddenly is saying they're worth in so this will in where these usually end with. A bubble is the value of these stocks are going to deflate so it is what they call in investing theory the greater fool. Who is the last one standing. Who rides it all the way down. You don't wanna be you being the one who has to say coulda woulda shoulda sold earlier and i wanna know from joe and krista have either view been fighting the shorts on any of these stocks. I have not. But i have to take clark my fifteen year old son last night sent me a text while it was already in bed and said what's my social security number and i was like well. Why do you wanna know that. And he said. I'm opening a robin hood account. And i was like you can't fifteen. He was like. I want to do it anyway and he wanted to. He wanted to get in on the stock trading. And he's like one or two open an account with your name and social security number now like -lutely not so i'm definitely gonna play this this Make him listen to the segment of the podcast. So our fifteen year olds are really end to this. I know they shouldn't hang out together and start start their own little investing company. Joel your oldest child is six five seven. Seven is your seven year old wanting to open a robin hood account now. This isn't on her radar yet. But that's definitely a sign of the times though right i mean when when things get this outta whack this crazy with certain specific stocks and so much relation Even the younger kids like are just like anybody can get rich in the stock market. Let's do it and yeah. I think you're right. This is right. It's got them interested. But what. I worry about a good point but what i worry about is this is nineteen ninety. Nine all over again. When a bunch of younger small investors got hyped up on all the original what we now call the dot bomb stocks and ended up losing all that money and then forward were senecal when untrusting of distrusting untrusting distressing of investing and. So the reality is i hold to my dole thing. I'm a dull person that with investing. You always start core. You always start really wide with dullsville where you own a large swath of the stock market for the long haul and then on the edges of that was called explore. If you wanna do stuff like this which is investing. That's really gambling. Then go right ahead but never batting the real money you need for your future on

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Holistic Healing with Amy Szumstein

Inspiration and Spiritual Awakening from Live. Love. Engage. with Gloria Grace Rand

05:35 min | 1 year ago

Holistic Healing with Amy Szumstein

"Nullis. Stay an welcome to live. Love engage. I am gloria grace rand and i am delighted to have guest with us on the podcast day and her name. Is amy schumer stein. And it's spelled with a z. Wanted to make sure. I've found out exactly how to pronounce it. Because that's what happens. Sometimes you know But first off welcome to live love engaging. Glad to have you here. Thank you and it is a mouthful and so i give grace that anyone who tries to pronounce it correctly while it's all and lay tell you a little bit about amy and we actually first off. We actually met through the women's prosperity network that we are both members of and When i heard what she did. I got really excited and i thought i think she'd be a good guess for the program so let me share with you. What she does A little bit about her. She brings an eclectic mix of skills life experiences and athleticism to all her endeavors. Special her business which is called holistic healing when aiming she is a former international martial artist and current second degree black belt as a championship winning ultimate frisbee player which is pretty cool and then and now she's also a coach and she Having nursing degree she spent twenty years as a critical care nurse at the university of pittsburgh medical center in trauma center or trauma hospital Until she realized how little we actually know about the effects of nutrition and mindset on human body. And that's definitely something that we're gonna talk about today because i think Both of those things are really vital to helping us to live fully and being able to engage authentically. And all we do she's also an author. She is a mom. I know she's got a daughter getting ready to go off to college right now. And a whole bunch of things that we're gonna we're gonna start chatting about so let's get started first with Nutrition what got you interested in that after being critical care nurse. Well it's funny. Because i realized that the patients were coming in a lot of the same patients with the same problem and so there has to be some underlying and it was. It was never obvious because the medications that we continue to give them could take care of the surface issues to get rid of it. We needed to do more. Digging and my own kids had your infections. They just pass back and forth. And i felt like i was at the doctor's every other month getting antibiotics. There had to be a better answer in solution and nutrition. Was that answer because with it your body can get to the root of the problem and really heal itself if you given the opportunity to with with good nutrition absolutely. Oh yeah. I can't even begin to count. How many your actions. I have as a child myself. So my sympathies. So what did you. When did you start. What did you find out. I would say maybe in specifically about like because nutrition is such a broad subject so what was specifically Maybe the key areas that you found that are really helpful for people will say this. It came in the form of a product. So i could mention the product or not. It doesn't matter but when the person came to me. I was like i got this nurse like you don't have to tell me about your little fruits and vegetables should truth lies. Lee get so little education in the medical field on nutrition. I had yet that there was so much power in fighter nutrients. You know when i talk about this with little kids. I was cut by either your fighters you things in your body. And in yeah. It was really all fighter nutrients in the raw food that was really benefited. What was healing. Everything i mean to this day my daughter now. It's been almost a little over ten years now. She hasn't had an antibiotic or sick visit. I know hasn't i. Didn't i didn't know what i did now. And thank goodness. I opened my mind to s awesome. Yeah while some one of the things you you mentioned a little bit there about so like raw foods and whole foods. So's that i've i've heard a lot about that that's Should be good for you because as opposed to like all the process stuff. That's out there nowadays lutely absolutely and it in the raw form is really when you're getting the best nutritional value once you start cooking at microwaving steaming you know roasting it. It may taste better. But you're losing some of the nutritional value and microwaving unfortunately is the worst because it takes out all zacks everything. It's good in it but yeah it's Getting in raw. It doesn't always taste as good for some people but you know eat appearance. Eat some broccoli. And it's you get used to it too. I think also in a variety you really want to eat the rainbow.

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Celebrating #BlackJewishUnity Week with the National Urban League

People of the Pod

21:28 min | 1 year ago

Celebrating #BlackJewishUnity Week with the National Urban League

"Next week, two of the world's foremost human relations organizations the National Urban League and J. C. will unite against surging levels of Anti Semitism and racism to declare black Jewish unity week. Together, we will strengthen ties between our nations black and Jewish communities and combat all forms of hate. To discuss the importance of this event and to talk about the challenges of fighting racism I'm joined now by Clint Oda, the National Urban League Senior Vice President for Policy Advocacy and the Executive Director of the Urban League's Washington Bureau Clint, thank you so much for joining us. It's a pleasure to be with you. Now this special week, this black Jewish unity week is not happening in vacuum. It's happening because of rising antisemitism and racism in this country my listeners here plenty about antisemitism. So I just wanted to start by asking you this. It's been a Helluva summer. How are you? I would describe myself as weathered a little bit. We've been going through this quite some time this summer at least the notoriety of these police incidents are is much higher than it has been in the past. So we're we're hanging in there. We don't have a choice. Because this work is so important. And it really does reinvigorate me to see that we've got allies in this fight and we've always had allies in this fight but to see them step up in the way that they have his really reinvigorated me and I'm very excited to keep the fight going. I'm sure that our listeners are familiar with the name, the Urban League because it is etched into the annals of history of this country and anyone who knows anything about the civil rights movement will know the names of the Urban League of the ACP Snick we can go deeper also start really getting to the deep cuts. Tell us a little bit about. What the Urban League has been up to lately and what you've been up to especially over the summer in the wake of the George Floyd killing and other events in recent months while we're one, hundred, ten year old civil rights and Economic Empowerment Organization and we have been working on I'd like to say ending systemic racism for the past one. Hundred Years. we've been doing that through our programs such as making. Housing more Ford audible teaching people how to purchase homes how to stay in homes. We've been helping people to get work meaningful work they can sustain them and their families. We've been working the traditional voting rights area and civil rights area for the entirety of our existence but social justice is taken on a real importance in our work right now as as well as doing all this work in the midst of a pandemic So that's so interesting what you say about systemic racism and then specifically citing home-buying and things like that. You didn't mention education, but I think there's a pretty robust education. Portfolio at the National Urban League as well. Absolutely I think if you look at AJC's goals and National Urban League goals, you'll see mirror images of each other. That's been the real cool thing about this that this partnership and all of these things that people are talking about and I'll show my millennial miss. All of the things that people are are posting on instagram talking about explaining what systemic racism is and why you know wealth divides between black and white communities are so important and underpin. So many elements of of racial injustice today all of those things are things that the National Urban League is. Working on absolutely and I can't say that when I started about a year and a half ago I spent the previous ten years working in the United States Senate including four vice presidential nominee Senator Kamala Harris. I believe crazy how these things happen working for her and the agenda that she pursued is so consistent with the work that I'm doing today. One of the first things we did when we walked into the place is lead a resolution condemning hate antisemitism anti racism xenophobia homophobia. It's as important to her as it was to me and so coming here was just a natural extension of that but. As I was saying just the Times in which we live are so unique and perilous parallels between the early nineteen sixties which I'm sure we'll talk more about and today are really really compelling. It's almost like we're back in the sixties again, I want to go there right now because this week is going to be all about black Jewish. Relations and the story of black Jewish relations is not a new odd. We might be writing a new chapter, but there's a whole book that comes before us here. So what's one element clint of the Black Jewish relationship that has meant a lot to you personally. I would probably say the religious and spiritual aspect of the relationship. Growing up as a as a young kid in the deep South. There were a lot of Jewish people around although they were president. We didn't know it I grew up Protestant Christian and a great story is on Sundays. We were always able to use the parking lot of the temple across the street and it used to just puzzled me is to how generous the temple folks could be. Given that they must have services on Sunday to. Eat of the temple was empty or they were just being generous over time and as I moved out of south, then went to law school and live here on the East Coast I. got a much greater appreciation, not only for the religion. My Wife, for instance, used to teach at a Jewish day camp in new Rochelle New York but just meeting. So many friends of the Jewish faith drawing those connections between my own faith and their own and. Also learning the rich history of black Jewish communities especially in the era of civil rights as a lawyer was a big fan is that really don't have you could come up with a Thurgood Marshall and no understanding of the work at the end of Lacey P., Legal Defense Fund was complete without understanding the role that Jack Greenberg played and lots of other Jewish folks in philanthropy in spirituality and pursue the nonviolence movement just a wonderful partnership over the years. As a religious person myself that resonates with me a lot as it happens our listeners probably talk about this before for college I went to a joint program between Columbia University and the Jewish illogical seminary and actually not migration at the graduation of the class ahead of me which attended representative John Lewis spoke, and of course, John Lewis all of our listeners will remember passed away this summer I think he actually was an ordain ministered and he told a story that I'm sure you've heard before because I've heard until it multiple times of preaching to his chickens in Troy. Alabama and that had a certain resonance in this audience of basically all Jews including some we're going on into the rabbit. Those ties between our communities where were not everyone is a person of faith but certainly, there is deep faith and religious history kind of threaded throughout our communities I think those are really really powerful things to focus on. And I hope over time you take a look at surveys of religion in the country in other pugh has done some study in this area religion is trending down a little bit. Don't always necessarily consider themselves religious if you look at community surveys and so it's really important to reinvigorate this relationship and put it on a firm spiritual pudding in Judeo Christian tradition is so rich in the African American community and there's just so much there to really build on. I'm really looking forward to getting that history more prominently understood and remembered in our communities. So when we're talking about black Jewish unity right and we're talking about building black Jewish unity they're really two levels to it, and this is something that we talk about with a lot of our advocacy work. At AJC, there's the grassroots and there's the grass tops right. I want to ask you about both. Let's start with the grass tops right at the high profile level at the celebrity role model level, the politician level what do you think? Needs to happen there to demonstrate the Jewish people and black people should work together and are stronger together. The grass tops may be one of the more important roles in unity and understanding. We are a celebrity driven culture for better or for worse and ideas have a lot more resonance and a lot more acceptance when someone that you know and admire to saying the same thing. So grass tops to that extent are the key in moving opinion. Notions like reparations notions like black lives matter notions like social justice have mood and pretty quickly I think because athletes because celebrity on television and other artists have been saying the same thing and in a short period of time we've seen. Opinions shift in this country not just age not just religion not just race, but everything seems to be moving in the right direction from a popular standpoint. The grass roots which we're going to talk about next is where you really determine how sustainable this movement is. Right. Yeah. So tell us about that I mean in our neighborhoods and our schools in our churches, our synagogues mosques, how can we strengthen those relations? Sure. I've seen a lot of encouraging evidence that we can do this at grassroots level. This is a very human. Very, empathetic movement when we're talking about grassroots, we've seen some of these grassroots efforts come up in. Pittsburgh for instance and New Jersey. And in Brooklyn where when horrible acts of hate murder violence take place the communities come together and they usually come together I with religion. It's the pastors it's the churchgoers. It's the temple goers that really give me some hope that we aren't just a moment, but that we're in a movement. So I think in many ways, the church and the faith community are are in central piece of grassroots. That's kind of what I'm seeing sort of on the ground right now I think black Jewish unity week can drive those grassroots even deeper because understanding the tragedy of the moment is not nearly as important as understanding these deep historical ties right in our faith and our families and what we want from each other in shared history sometimes things that aren't so great sometimes shared history of oppression. Lutely, and for our listeners WHO WANNA learn more about black Jewish unity week, they should go to AJC, dot org, slash black, Jewish unity, or text black Jewish unity all one word to five to eight, eight nine not to keep hitting the faith note here you know we're we're a pretty secular organization in JC but I love what you said about the houses of worship I live on the upper west side of Manhattan which is this incredible. Kind of Jewish bastion historic whatever and if you go twenty blocks down for me in twenty blocks up for me, you probably are GonNa pass by twenty synagogues total and we're also steps away, I mean. We're a mile two miles away from Harlem and the two neighborhoods are very different and that's something that's worth exploring as well. Why that is how that happened etcetera, the strengths and the challenges of both communities, but I was in synagogue on. Chabad after the shooting in Muncie and Lo and behold there in the front row, was a a delegation from church in Harlem that wanted to come in and to be there and to show solidarity, and they got up and spoke after services, and then fast forward to this summer were all obviously in lockdown. But the rabbi of the synagogue made kind of Zoom appearance at that churches services after the killing of George Floyd talk about solidarity with. The black community in the wake of the killings of and Taylor George Floyd and so many of the challenges of injustice that are being faced right now and I think you're right that the grassroots level it. So often does start in those kinds of houses of worship, our religious leaders reaching out one to the other in something that you said, really struck me about the proximity of Latte community and Jewish community in relatively small plot of land. As a policy Wonk I'm sure you appreciate this but either just for the benefit of your listening audience, blacks and Jews were both subject to the same kinds of redlining restrictions in many ways throughout much of the United States where banks would identify areas and they would say this is a desirable area in this is a less desirable area, and so you know Jewish and black families were often circumscribed by these lending lines that still have an ongoing lingering vestige today. If you look at housing segregation patterns certainly in the African. American community they are just as bad as they were in the nineteen sixties things like bike homeownership, which is at a low point especially because pandemic in or closures any fictions Is Worse than it was in the late nineteen sixties. So some of these things we were still wrestling with they seem twins dental, but they're not incidental at all. But again, it's this proximity you know that gives me hope and hope that even outside of crisis, we can expand and strengthen these relationships crises great reasons to get together but it's the more sustainable relationships happened over time outside of the crisis built on shared values and shared interests. So once again, this Jewish unity week has the potential to to be a real game changer. Well, so talk A. Little bit more about that. What do you hope is going to come out of this week if you believe that the basis of a better relationships and greater understanding comes from exposure than my hope is that we can use this week to focus on our rich history on our shared cultural values and to help understand things that we may not understand about each other but to be able to come together in a safe place and talk about those things, this has been tried in lots of different ways you know with lots of different impetus over the years. But in this country, as you know until you can make a sort of a holiday of it until hallmark starts to sell. It really difficult to have something that is stained and that you can go back to know every year. and. So that's the thing that excites me the most I know how excited I was to leave the south. And to meet people of different faiths including the Jewish faith and and get to know them get to count them among in my close friends. I would like that for everyone and so that when issues come up in our communities as we saw in Brooklyn I think earlier this year there was a really terrible assault in Brooklyn by a woman African American woman and if we had a built in long standing. Unbreakable trust between our communities. We can weather the storms we can come together and mutual condemnation, mutual understanding and mutual healing. It's not enough just to condemn something, but it's more important. I think to learn from it and make sure that it doesn't happen doesn't happen again and then five years hence, we can be sending each other black Jewish unity. We cards produced by hallmark absolutely creating whole new language in a around. It, it could be it could be urban slang and Yiddish expressions that. Unless you're in the know you don't you don't know. I'm hopeful hallmark if you're listening. Might be onto something big year. We'll see we'll see what's things we can pull their. I want to close by asking you for a few tips for our listeners actually the few months ago we had an amazing friend of AJC on the podcast named Eric. Ward. The Executive Director of the Western states center. We were talking about racism and I asked him what he thought as a professional opponent of racism and as a black man, what he thought American Jews should be doing to fight racism. His answer was pretty surprising to me actually because he said the best way for us to fight racism was to fight antisemitism since in his work he's bound that white supremacist racism is always based on a foundation of Antisemitism. So I I'm just interested in your reaction to that I, I think I'm citing him basically correctly I'm interested in your assessment of. That and second I want to give you a chance to answer the question from square one. Also, you know what would you like to see Clinton? What would you like to see American Jews doing proactively now to be effective allies in the fight against racism and I WANNA go back to Eric's point. Let me see if I can make this one I. I've only recently come to understand the difference between anti-racism. An anti-discrimination has a lawyer I've grown up understanding that if you want to fix racism, you have to attack it as a matter of non-discrimination don't discriminate against people in hiring don't discriminate against kids in school, and sometimes that anti-discrimination is in the form of color blindness. So whatever the remedy is, it can't be race specific right because the constitution doesn't allow such a thing but let's let's just come up with big broad sweeping solutions that african-americans might incidentally benefit from. You know by virtue of maybe being lower middle income people, we're going to come up with solutions that will work for everybody including African Americans. I've now come to understand that that's just not cutting. It goes great disparities that you talk about the at the beginning their persistent for a reason it's like trying to perform surgery with your eyes close, but you may be able to route around and feel where the patient is but your ability to be precise with a scalpel. And and fix the problem identified at problems impossible. If you don't open your eyes that has been the character of how we approach race in this country for decades. I've now come to understand and have really been encouraging others to join me in. This is becoming an anti-racist. It saying I may not have owned slaves I may have never committed an act of racism or discrimination. Even if that's true. You have to personally get involved to fix these problems. It's not enough to say, well, you know we have laws to address those issues. Laws had been very inexact and very unhelpful. In many ways you've got to get in there, roll up your sleeves and say, okay, is lack of capital in the black community a problem I need to figure out how to get more capital into black communities are educational disparities problem. Okay. I need to figure out how do we improve schools whether it's funding whether it's through pedagogy whatever we need to do, but we need to come up with solutions that actually help. Like people. And not just. Continue to perpetuate these gaps in Hustle meeting well in educational opportunities and health and civic engagement. That's my biggest message to the community, the An anti races. Just. As you know, we should all be fighting against anti-semitism. It's not enough to turn your back and say, well, you know they're not talking about, knee they are talking about you. And it's when we get to the point where those protests and in the halls of Congress where we're trying to make change we see people who look like you see people who would like me and seek people or Asian and and people who are all different walks of life saying we are here because we care and black lives matter and we've got to change the way this country works. I want to dive in and ask a million more questions and and talk so much more about where you just this conversation we are unfortunately out of time. So I hope that this will be an effective way to wet our listeners appetites for the week ahead, I should just add that in addition to his impressive titles at the National Urban. League clint wears another half. It's one of my favorite. Hats it's the hat organizational podcast host and Clinton is one of the hosts of for the movement the National Urban League podcast which people should check out and especially check out for this next episode where my colleague Dan Elbaum will be a guest on the show. We will link to the podcast in our show notes, Clinton let me just say once more. Thank you so much for joining us this week. She said thank you for letting me be here.

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"lutely" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

News Radio WGOW

04:42 min | 2 years ago

"lutely" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

"Tell you what the numbers are. Eye hole is why I had that They are the privilege of working with Joe Biden. Not only is a member of Congress when he was in the White House, but I've had. I've had that privilege of understanding and his rhetoric is a lot better than his actions. We've got 40 years of work. The argument that will have to be made, you know, as we move forward in the election, But, you know, obviously, this virus is a vulnerability at this point. The president with regard to what you know it's a vulnerability, not for the president for people for Americans, your viewers right now we have to be all in on this for them, not because of the president or not because of politics. This is all about making sure that we protect families and I can't lutely there. There is nothing more important than everybody in the White House right behind me than making sure that American families are protected. It's a 24 77 day a week. I don't know that and we're fully engaged. I don't doubt that. So he never asked the question about the Quinnipiac poll. He never answered the question about Florida running low on PP and rim disappear, he said, were probably engaged. He said that three or four different times And making sure that we get the proper allocation to the states. And he's a He's a very good spin Meister, but he never answered her questions. Never once. So The bottom line is the doctors are going we need Ram. This severe were were running low. We need P P E were running low. And, um, he said, Boy, Rubio and the standards are doing a great job. Well, not okay, but on the bottom line. Dr Peter Hotez. Responded to what Mark Meadows had to say by saying. Hey, They won't talk about the 18 states that are in deep red zones right now. Well, it's a bit ludicrous that they would even try to keep it hidden. And you don't have to keep it hidden. You think on the Johns Hopkins website go to the New York Times website. Go to the Kaiser Foundation, our website and you can get this information in just about anywhere and see that we're an absolute freefall. The numbers air there. This very steep rise in cases, hospitalizations. I see admissions and deaths. And yet from the White House. We're not hearing any of that. All we hear Is this kind of what I call a disinformation campaign. This attempt to Try to minimize the extent of the epidemic, even though it's so obvious that we're in this crisis and also the deflections. First, the Chinese Communist Party, the World Health Organization than the scientists, including Dr Fauci and others, so So this is this is now an issue because we are going to continue to accelerate. The new projections are 224,000 deaths by the end of October. By the end of the year, we'll have 300,000 deaths. And so we are approaching numbers that sound more and more like the 1918 pandemic influenza disaster, which is even Dr Fauci has said that so we've got to Figure out a way to get some national leadership in place now, because those states cannot figure this out on their own. Let me know that He brought up The 1918 pandemic numbers If we if we keep going the way we're going, he says, that's where we're going to go. And I got cut from Mark Meadows that just Criticizes douchey up one side and down the other, even though he said that he loves Dr Fauci. And then he went on to beat him up because because, he says it was irresponsible of voucher to mention the 1918 pandemic numbers. And here's Dr Peter Hotez. From Johns Hopkins doing the same thing, so there's part of me that says This really isn't Going back to what we're talking about here in Portland. This is for the state's toe work. There should be a federal backup, saying we'll send your material will buy them disappear will do all of that. But this isn't I think that I I think it's political to focus on the White House when it really is up to the governors. Two. Ask Governor Newsome in California, said a bunch of schools are not going to open on time. Because they have a code with 19 problem. I think it's the governor's not the White House that is in charge of fighting. This virus will be back. That's all that I bring.

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The Skeptics Guide

The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe

05:35 min | 2 years ago

The Skeptics Guide

"Loan welcome to the. Universe today is Wednesday July first twenty twenty, and this is your host Novella joining me this week or Bob Novella everybody. Santamaria Howdy Jane Novella guys and Evan Bernstein welcome to the second half of the year everyone. Let's hope it was as good as the first. This is one of the longest first halves of a year I. Think I've ever experienced in my life. Was Different. Alright the thing that I think that's happened over the last week in terms of the whole Cova. Craziness is the real escalation of the mask wars as a cultural war in the US, which is just crazy. Lutely I guess we'll fight over anything right? It's hard to be. You know to be surprised after everything we've seen. But, this is a little bit surprising people fighting against the masks. Is just well, but you know what it's not that surprising. If you know a little history, because the same exact thing happened in nineteen eighteen during that flu pandemic, there was a general recommendation to wear masks, and there was actually an anti mask league of people pushing back against mask wearing, and you're saying that specifically a here in the US right. I think it's elsewhere as well I think the UK's having a little bit of a pushback it's. Component known another. Component was not just in the US that was even more over in Europe. Interesting that this the current anti mask nonsense is mainly a US phenomenon I think, but I think it is happening elsewhere as well just not as much so I've been seeing some really interesting assertions about the fact that some of the underlying ideology really comes down to the fact that historically America, and you're right some kind of European. Nations as well especially, the UK kind of pride themselves on an individualistic society as opposed to a collectivist society, and obviously everybody falls somewhere on the continuum of those two things, but America has sort of a long history of being very individualistic, very proud of it, and that kind of mentality could have some explanatory power when we talk about these anti mask fights. Yeah I think that's part of it if you look if you look like there was famously testimony in Florida from people who pushing back against mask wearing and they you know the big theme was liberty and freedom. You'RE NOT GONNA. Tell me what to do, but there was some subset of them woven religious themes. Like this, you're covering God's face whatever you know really interesting. I know. Who you're supposed to cover your head. Whatever and then the other theme was pseudoscience, right? It was making claims that will masks are unhealthy, or they don't work. Since just exactly like the ANTIBAC- sers the same same playbook, so how much of that is just like trying to find justification for that lip? Wonderful Sam. Percent this idea that I'm more concerned about my own comfort than I. am about the well being of others? It's really representative of an individualistic view. That's hard to extricate because it's like it's so woven into society that kids in America are born thinking that way depending on how multicultural bicultural whatever you are. How many generations you've lived here, but when you look at collective societies, the idea that somebody would make a decision to for their own betterment at the expense of other people's welfare is like bananas to them. I mean I. Think I think like we were saying. There's a huge component here of it being a political statement. You know I've been doing a lot of work like you know. Heavy lifting type of work with a mask on prepping for nexus and yeah like it's harder to breathe when you have a mask on, but they've proven that you're not at a loss for oxygen like you're not suffering from a lack of oxygen because you're wearing a mask, it just restricts your breathing a little bit. It's like trying to breathe through. A Straw of a certain size feels a little CLAUSTROPHOBIC, but yeah. Has. Anything worse but Kovalev. Yeah, but yeah, you're right J does not restrict your ability to get oxygen into your blood, and it doesn't cause you to re rebrith the CO two enough of it is getting out. You know the thing is you have to keep in mind? Surgeons of wearing masks for hours a day for tire, adult career for hundreds of years, or whatever at least one hundred years you know, so, that's not a new thing, and you know what about I've gone skiing all day with Neoprene facemask for eight hours at at a time. You know what I mean. People wear beliefs essentially functionally face masks in cold environments for long stretches of time, not an issue so. It really is. It really is not since people have been passing around these fake like exemption cards, but they're totally bogus. There'd be. Frustrating because there are you know a handful of people for whom they really can't wear a mask because they have such a severe psychiatric issue Oregon some sort of medical exemption, but also probably there's a big overlap between the people who would really need a medical exemption and a severe risk of if they contract covid. They're going to not fair as well so people probably shouldn't be spending as much time

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Processing Our Collective Grief

Therapy for Black Girls

05:13 min | 2 years ago

Processing Our Collective Grief

"Thanks so much for joining me for session one sixty, two of the therapy for black girls podcasts. Much of what we've been experiencing in various ways over the past couple of months is grief. Grief related to the loss of loved ones are previous way of life and our ideas about what twenty twenty would look like. To help us dig a little deeper into what grief looks like given our current state of affairs. Dr Address Robinson returns with us as a guest. Dr Robinson is a licensed clinical professional counselor trauma in grief expert, first generation trauma in poverty disruptor. She is the founder and executive director of friends in transition, counseling services a trauma center, mental health practice located in, but there's the Maryland. She's also the CEO of Legacy Wellness Group A conglomerate of enterprises dedicated to promoting generational will education and healing. Dr Robinson and I chatted about our collective sense of grief. How rituals around grief have been up into? The importance of processing symbolic is and her thoughts about the work that will need to be done on the other end of the pandemic. If you. Hear something that resonates with you are listening. Please remember share with us on social media using the HASHTAG TV G in session. My apologies in advance as we did have some tech issues with this. He is our conversation. Thank you so much for being with us today. Dr Robinson and keep from for having me. Yeah I'm very happy that you were able to join us. Again I'm joined US recession thirty one of the PODCAST, and so it feels very timely to have you back given that it feels like much of what we have been dealing with into twentieth. When he is grief, APP totally I think one of the things that has really profound for me. Is that for the first time in a very long time? I think we're all experiencing or noticing the collective were using that doesn't always have to really with people dying. That's happening by. By recognizing that Greece Minnesota as a result of other experiences, as well and I think that opening up a dialogue that we haven't had happy to have it while. Yeah, you talked about that a lot on your last visit. You know that grief is much more than just US losing loved ones. Can you talk a little bit about some of those symbolic losses are lutely so I. I say that grief is a universal experience that is unique for each of us, and so we will navigate of spaces, non linear processes. Daughter triggered by not just the death of a loved one, but some of these data they lost weeks. Such as things are really being amplified right now because of endemic and other racial injustices, her occurring such as a safety, emotional logical, and for some physical as well loss of stability loss of routine loss of some of these milestones, anniversaries on a lost the crucial loss of income loss of identity, all of those are symbolic losses. Here's the thing the body doesn't know a lot of symbolic in Greece, the saints as if the loss is. It's so important because often hear people minimize the losses because no one died right and that it's an it's an unfair comparison to make it is a unique experience in the body is going to do grief work regardless of what the trigger is, so that's important. Just no one understands that is such an important point. A little bit more about how Greece's sometimes shows up in our body absolutely, and so it can show up physically in our body and often times. That is what personal lurch. Is Okay so physically feeling. We might feel pain or stomach. It might be when she I issues. Such just normal pain, right? What feels like issues digesting food in. Maybe you know but. He's like diarrhea. Things like that. We feel it in our shrink even numbness in extremities. It's pretty common chest pain, Migraines, losses memory concentration all of those faith. Even we've seen folks present the tree issues right, but feel like can be our physical or biological nature, who really be psychosomatic complaints as a result of. And trauma right instead the body scores. All of that especially, if in a prolonged activated state like we have been in this pandemic of now followed up with the racial injustice. Occurring all of those things are heightened states of being which requires the body to operate on a very different level, which often means we are heightened cortisol levels, which is never great. We're on the body, right. And launch. All of those things are aren't. And trauma that we may not necessarily coat reading

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Getting out of a Long-Term Relationship

Forever35

02:25 min | 2 years ago

Getting out of a Long-Term Relationship

"May recall. We talked on a previous episode titled. Protect your heart about a listener whose partner like basically Lee was not sure they wanted to be with them any more and made her like in review for the part of being his long term girlfriend. Yeah and we received a lot a lot a lot of messages about this so he wanted to share a couple of them. One person wrote oof just just finished this APP and the letter about the long-term relationship could have been from me about five years ago. I dated someone from eighteen to twenty eight and at the time time I thought he was the person for life. It took me a solid year to realize I needed to end the relationship but I did eventually end. It took another several years for me to really see that as the right decision in and have enough post breakup timeline experience therapy and interactions with the long-term axe to articulate. Wyatt was the right choice. I'm now certain. It was at the time of the break-up but absolute felt like he's the one for me but he doesn't know of. I'm the one for him. My therapist helped me understand that it was a relationship that felt comfortable and familiar. But it wasn't actually fulfilling feeling so it felt both comfortable in some ways in stifling and other ways the mantra that helped me get through. The break-up was one that my best friend gave me. Her mother used used to say to her. who takes care of you? You take care of you. It took care of myself by going through with the break-up and by going to therapy to figure out why that decision made sense for me. If I had to sum it up for my younger self I'd say the things you want from your relationship it may be feel. You can't realistically expect from another person. You absolutely lutely can have those things. Maybe the perfect partner won't look like you expect them to or won't love the music or the food you love or whatever it is you think on your list but your future partner will absolutely absolutely give you all the emotional support validation encouragement and vulnerability. You're dreaming of a wish. The letter writer so much luck and peace and emotional support from from herself her friends circle and whoever destined partner is did you mean skip paragraph. I just WanNa make sure Yes yes yes a thousand times. Yes love. I'm so glad that this person got out of that relationship Aw that's like my feeling every every single one of these. I'm like yes you did it

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Andrea Winkler on  Gender Responsive Substance Use Disorder Treatment and Trauma Informed Care

The Healing Place Podcast

08:16 min | 2 years ago

Andrea Winkler on Gender Responsive Substance Use Disorder Treatment and Trauma Informed Care

"Really excited to have with me today Andrea Winkler. LC A. S. L. C. S. W. and Andrew Andrew comes to us from Duke University Hospital where she is a clinical social worker. So welcome Andrea. Thank you so much really started to get the topic today absolutely lutely so. We're having some video feed issues. But we're going to put some information and the head shot up here so everyone will be able to Sister Andrea and then. I'll put when I do some editing on the video ended up put contact information for you as well. That'd be great. I appreciate that absolutely absolutely so yes up to us. One of the things we talked about before I hit record was Substance Abuse and the connection with trauma. Yeah Yeah so If it's okay I'll tell you kind of how I came to carry a little bit about that work so My career in trying to help folks I'd say in general actually started in the woods of Western North Carolina doing wilderness therapy with teenage girls which was work? I really enjoyed Wade. And that made me decide to get a masters at Chocolate Hill in social work and while I was there I found an interest in Pursuing more understanding about addiction and in general and one of the really cool things about substance use disorder treatment is that It's a gendered field. So it's one of the few mental health areas where we talk about the distinction between women's experiences in general and men's experiences in general And someone who's always been very very interested in women's issues and working with women really a natural fit for me and so I you know began learning more about that in school and then out of school found a gender specific substance. Use Treatment Program here at two And when you work with women who have addictions you work with women who have experienced trauma. they just really go hand in hand so I think at this point you know. The statistics suggest that you know upwards of ninety percent of women who are in treatment or substance use disorder have Some kind of trauma my history if not ptsd but even raise of TSE are much higher population than the general population. So more in the forty percent range which is substantially higher than the general population. So this is Kinda Come into this interest from caring about women actually which I feel proud of and and really good about but I also have learned that you you know this is relevant to everyone as you know right being connected to aces. I mean part of what's so overwhelming that there's so many many people who have had some exposure to some traumatic events And yeah that shapes our lives and bio- biological but also emotional spiritual as and it's pretty powerful stuff for sure and I find hope in the fact that aces are now now surfacing and the the knowledge of it in Ace's science because now there's just oh my gosh I mean you know you see it on the ace's connection side as much as yes I do is just the amount of research being done in the programs being offered to help people with this The work that you're doing is just. Yeah yeah that's a nominal stuff that just wasn't You know obviously you've been doing this work but it just it just wasn't bubbling up. Yeah I know no I joke about it because I've actually been training and trauma informed care before trauma informed care of cold like I I. I think it's been so funny like I started this. Probably about ten years ago nine years ago and And it's blown up while I've been doing this work you know. The the requests for trainings has exponentially eventually increased other people throwing that language around has exponentially increased. And now I've seen you know there's now even a commentary on Wanting to shift the language and like trauma informed care out. Something new is already right like and I'm happy to see that means. We're you know there are people taking a critical I To the whole to the whole thing so it's not just just see that time line but for me like you know the the value of helping this especially healthcare. You know one of your questions on the interview. She there was about like who do I want to reach. Then why do I want to reach those people and I don't know if it's because of working in a massive healthcare setting here at Duke For the last decade paid. But that is certainly the group that I'm most passionate about about reaching and about training and about you. Know helping is actually healthcare providers providers. Because I'm so struck by how sad it is in a way but oftentimes people are going to get help from a healthcare provider are and yet without intending to healthcare providers and healthcare. Settings can often be very unsafe and re traumatizing anything for people and so there are these tiny shifts that actually can be made in the approach like the interpersonal approach approach but also the the setting That have such value for helping trauma survivors be able to fully engage in those services that folks want I provide them And the data bears outright like your as is and the science shows that If people attend to these needs needs their ability to have any associated treatment outcome that people are trying to get Is Much more likely so to me me. It just feels really powerful and I love that work and you just have took the word out of my mouth when you so powerful. I was going to say that. It's about empowering towering them with the belief that you know their their own advocate in that They're they're worthy of this healing. They're worthy the of you know being able to finally do the work necessary to to move past the trauma. Yeah yeah to me. It's also just a practice in all of us learning to be more empathetic and Get Out of her. Our own shoes right. I mean I think. oftentimes healthcare providers can become very complicit in the fact that they're used to doing the things they do all the time because for them. They're ordinary things right like having a past mayor or having doing some dental work or like this is just something they do every day is like a non starter right but for a lot of people especially trauma survivors. It's it's not. It's not a normal experience right right even some basic healthcare is actually in some ways Intrusive and uncomfortable and you know unnerving because they're not not certain not so sure what it's GonNa be like and and all those things and so There's a long history of healthcare doing to people instead head of doing with people and I. I think there's just such an opportunity there for for collaborating with a patient so that they fully we participate fully engaged and and get value out of their healthcare. And then avoiding you know unnecessary discomfort in conflict. I mean I've seen unexperienced as a patient moments where You know there are some kind of impersonal discomfort Because of that AH lack of Sort of thoughtfulness around these trauma issues then It would just be well if we could avoid that as

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The Power of Intermittent Diet

The Intermittent Fasting Podcast

01:48 min | 2 years ago

The Power of Intermittent Diet

"Thing and also the Ketogenic Diet that said if you are practicing ketogenic intermittent fasting lifestyle there are few ways you can take your results to the next level I can boost digestion and elimination don't I know about that one second you can fuel your Mitochondria for energy exercise and third of course you can enhance your fat burning metabolism while thankfully there's a product created by one of our favorite companies by optimize irs and it helps do just that it's called Capex and it's made specifically for those on Kito and low carb diets and especially for intermittent fasting so what Capex does is three basic things things first of all it breaks down the fats you eat into fatty acids using a proprietary lipase and dandelions extract blend basically this means you're breaking down the Tori fat so that you can actually use it for energy sake goodbye sluggish feelings after meals second capex helps transport those fatty acids into the muscles and the liver and there are several ingredients that actually dramatically increase the fatty acid oxidation inside your mitochondria both in your muscle and in your liver it basically means transporting way more fuel into your motor and you're increasing your motor horsepower if you take three to five capsules in the morning on an empty stomach the energy can be lutely incredible it's basically like a cup of coffee and it can last for six to ten hours without hitters brings -iety blessed also helps in the elimination department it and of course by rubbing up your metabolism Capex can also lead to enhanced fat loss we're not saying it's a miracle fat loss pill those definitely don't exist but the hurt Doug show that Capex helps raise metabolic rate and other fat loss

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AS A Developer IN The Health Industry

Ruby on Rails Podcast

09:16 min | 2 years ago

AS A Developer IN The Health Industry

"Work now for our hero health and I asked my boss for kind of a one liner because you know there's my you know developer view of what we did you but it's always kind of fun to hear not not the company you know thing but it's an it's a company out of Oxford that is working on the massacre orange of solving out consumers search for finding book private health and Wellness Services New K. whether that's your your gp your doctor visits L. Therapists dentists or Yoga Teachers so that the number one primary focus right now has been becoming the solution for payment providing and booking and scheduling and also a longer term wants to solve is ours accessing all sorts of care so right now a lot of times we'll be focusing on the provider side engaging lion reaction for them but as we get more and more user there's using our system to manage payment processing in bookings patients also patients have an easy way to get 'em right so you're not having to do the old school thing which is very common in the UK calling on the phone Going in saying when you can get appointment and is also an interesting problem space in the NHL is quite prolific here which is the the UK has national healthcare system and so most people would go for that so this would be for customer is that his is going private in these areas whereas in the US like almost everything's private and if you have the governments reimburse are like Medicare Medicaid and just going from that which I I I'm sure the team will be listening to this probably could have put our solution better but goodness for for our perspective Brittany moving code bases is wild and I just love to put out I'll I'll answer Niane by I think this is a really interesting question of what do you look for when you got into a new kobes right 'cause there's there's the team aspect which Nope I have a one liner for you later like when if you look at New Kobes foul specific places you look for 'cause I look in the route star be like the gem file because it's just where do you start right on lutely I tend to look at the the read me first to see anything there GOSH I think the gem file is so telling especially you know I wanna know what version of rails it's on what dependencies are there are they using any dependencies that were deprecated in twenty one all of you know those kinds of things but also find the vendor directory super interesting because that's where you find people have four gems and are storing it in net directory and I'd like to know the story as to why that's going on that's a really oh my gosh I wouldn't have even thought of that this huge Gotcha and then and then even when you do like I think that's a really quick route to find the things that you don't know that are like done things they're asking anybody network done for example this isn't the case but I say I only ever did Cancun cannon they use pundit or while I don't know how much I could talk about the actual text I think I'd be okay to say I've never interacted with docker professionally in my life and this is a docker situation so so that's been quite interesting because I have a lot of friends who are big advocate summit some say have opinions when the other got Italian acid learning experience and one I'm still doing it's kind of like just day one what commands do I need to run to make this run you know and then it I'll be confident at some point so for the doctor situation are you doing that in production or is it your development environment as well as the whole kit and caboodle I didn't know that initially so I was trying to fire things up you know on my machine you know in I'll tell you what some of the things using it on a machine that I have to get better about so I'm used to being able to like I don't know how I'd run bundle open from within a container her or like I said just bundled into my machine separately and then run on open or I don't know how I would another good when you're when you're running copy locally and you have your feature test and it's not headless you can watch your specs running right in a browser so that when it fails I actually see oh it didn't it didn't see that modal there I don't have to manually grab a screen shot and look at it or something the you know these are just flows got used to in my little nested world for four years that I have to kind of improve upon but we know assigned a couple months and now it's a drink from the fire hose absolutely love it and I'm not GonNa go on for the whole episode but there's one other point I'd like to bring a Brittany that we I think would be close to your heart this team is amazing they have hired we have a semi distributed team but the Oxford office we have developers have been sourced locally from camps that have I don't know you know just come up like you and I have so I'm trying to say here to simply put the they all have this traditional doctrines CS background and it's in the Owners Gus has been very adamant about wanting to take people who may start out on junior and and mentor them and bring them up so it's been such a treat to come into an office where people who some of them maybe within their first year of professional coating and oh my gosh they're so excited in bright and smart and just sucking up everything I don't I don't even feel like there's a difference but then once you know once in a while they'll say something I won't outside Sunday won't know but it's just so fun to be able to work with these folks because is asphalt smaller team before so it's just a longer term really excited to be part of a team that wants to be taking bill from the junior and in putting to the senior because as I'm sure you are aware of as well getting from that never worked a programming job in your life to get I guess so angel and I love being part of getting people over that Hump so absolutely and you're right it is close to my heart as I've mentioned on the podcast before currently have a friend who's going through a bootcamp locally and it's been a good five or six years since I've gone through that experience watching it from her side especially since Buchen I became a local in ever since I graduated and just seeing what her experience would be as junior developer and it's tough because she on Monday how to a recruiter reach out to her and say hey I have this front end web development opportunity are you interested and she was really excited she was jumping up and down but she realized that she only has a couple of weeks into javascript in this job is going to be very heavily Java script and so being able to decode whether or not she is ready for such job is just it's a very difficult when you don't have immediate mentor who can help you absolutely and you know just being able to get that I had to go it mostly on my own right and so if I if there's anything that I can give us like oh my gosh suffered with this for two years before I knew about a simple thing and pass it on give it it'd be great because most all of us have had to just Oh man don't give you start on the imposter syndrome right you just have to go in and get one person to say yes to you when you feel out of your depth and just flounders long as you can and tell you like Oh wait I know that thing to let them so under the tough part too is there's just so much to know and having someone to help you and guide you on what things you should know really well and to be able to know what makes you happy is important that's why I love it when conferences have a scholars program where newer developers can enroll into the program and then they have a guides set developers in the community that can help bring those people around the specific talks in the workshops that are relevant to them absolutely you see those kinds of things is community members on twitter anything we should make a little more effort to help flag it up and and reinforce it has even at a conference you can get to the friends but if you're on your own and you struggle in social situations it's hard I mean is like 'cause I met you at a conference but as a speaker basically you know you get in with all the speakers you see everybody is the smart conference so you're very lucky as well but some of the imagine rails conference which is amazing I've never been mm-hmm but I bet it once you get to that size you can kinda get Austin shuffle

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Not Ready to Dismount

In The Gate

11:54 min | 3 years ago

Not Ready to Dismount

"Great american golfer of the early twentieth century bobby jones remarked after you're watching jack nicklaus win the nineteen sixty five masters nicklaus played a game with which i am not familiar you could say the same for jockey frankie dettori tori who is having a year with which most racing observers are unfamiliar twelve group one wins already at the time of this recording and more than four months still left in the the year. Epa ties is now getting a split. He's running back while they on the outside. Brando has moved up advertised seeks to advertise takes the lead eight again and advertise came away to win advertise man of the mind that frankie dettori yet again dettori just four group one wins away from his best ever season two thousand one when he took sixteen considering what he's been through in his career and his age forty eight frankie's performance this year has been absolutely lutely remarkable. We'll get into all of that. As we welcome in a man who's had a pretty good see to watch several of dettori's group on wins this year veteran race caller richard hoiles oils who joins us once again here on the gate. One is struck you the most about the year that frankie has put together well to totally is confidence right. He's he's one of those. I'm sure you have the equivalent in in the u._s. When things begin to go well tori whether it be on a single card as in that day when he read the seven winners <hes> alaska ascot and when he had the first for the role meeting this year <hes> he really does seem to be able to ride to a different level. It's exactly the opposite when things go badly you know so you get the the trembling lip and the psyche so slightly sulky demeanour they just appears at this period which which really started with an awareness victory in the oaks has just laid to an astonishing level of performance in in the top races. Just okay the numbers. He's any twenty i in the junkies table in the u._k. In terms of number of winners he's any ash britain's thirty three winners in the u._k. And yet nine of those have been group one successes and if you were to rearrange the table on prize money he would be taught by over if a two million so. I think it's partly overseas writing very good horses which i'm sure we'll come on but it's also that innate competence which seems to be so important to the way that he rides well. That's a question that comes up both in horse racing and automobile racing is how much of his success is the writer and how much is the set of horses. He's been writing like enabling arlen stratovarius. I think that's a that's a fair now that he's not stick anyone in a nice call for you and certainly for me to one for europe you know most people you could win a mercedes for me the one guy lining up on the grid in that particular race there are a few races which dettori has one through pretty instant star catches is victory and the irish jokes where you stack them up and then ran away from them was was one of those but that he needs to be honest in the king george the thing too frank is he's not someone want to travel the length and breadth of the country looking small winners so it was important to him to have a big retainer. I used to be godolphin when he lets godolphin. Most people thought that would be the end of things and he's stumbled was good enough to get the cats at job at the right time when that sort of began to drift away is really the association with john gosden. That's taken things things to a new level. If you look at the twelve group one sees success these had in europe since the oaks in early june right the way through to the march instigate with advertise you'd go stratovarius as you mentioned you'd go to enable you had to dawn halts. He finally came to the party and won a couple of of group ones and and then scattered around you'd go go to coronet. You've got the ones that are still can't shoot. It's probably only gonna win one so yes it's definitely underpinned by having a good stable and but really able stratovarius the two that are underpinning success old. She's that a finding. We haven't got the younger who's coming speech then then so they're running runs heidi like it continued particularly with the naval your next week if she goes yorkshire so you could conceivably be talking about dettori writing fifteen fifteen group one winners twelve of them in the u._k. So it is already his most successful season for group one successes domestically. I was just looking okay again. Some of the numbers and if you had up the period between two thousand nineteen and twenty eight so in two thousand eight nine in twenty five seasons he only and he wrote in group one winners in total in that period and yet for many people that would have been almost successful period for me as a whole that it would be now in terms of winners but knowing at this late stage career is forty eight is quite astonishing. He did many sipping longtime ago nineteen ninety nine. There's no record ryan more trump top fifteen and seventeen but i suppose the other point to make his you made the point about the the top table eight named brian hasn't visited often often he often does in this country good three year olds and mike mcgraff is the anthony van dyck samosas happened gone on to be superstars and as a result the door has been left more than for for the golden rule is to sort of through so maybe that's the other side of the coin. Is that eight no brian. He's had a reasonable season but he hasn't dominated to the same degree as yes. He did the year when he record for the number of group one successes in in in twelve months right around the globe. I wanna go back to what you were saying about the the frankie dettori and godolphin for those of our listeners who don't remember frankie dettori had written exclusively for godolphin since nineteen ninety four when sheikh mohammed had started godolphin a dolphin that arrangement ended in two thousand twelve when to tori tested positive for cocaine. What thoughts did you have at that time about. Whether dettori would not just returned to the sport but returned to the pinnacle of the sport. I think many people thought that it was entirely questionable and to be fair if he founded for quite debates around the the twenty thirteen fourteen periods he was really saved by the introduction of because he was never going to cool boy he had the occasional ride but he wasn't certainly certainly going to have the quantity of rides that he'd he'd had through godolphin. The saving grace fahim was probably the beginning of the association with cats because he made noises about yeah. I'm gonna come back. I'm gonna compete for the title but those that know frankie no he just would not put in the miles and the dedication that's necessary. It's not like your system. You know in the estates where you based at the the one place period of time. It's the travel kills championship ambitions in this country. It's done by the number of wins so as a result the prize money honey. That's he's guiding through the big. Success is largely irrelevant. It's just one win of the same as it would be on a wet windy monday. Nights were hamilton dettori would never go for those sort of rights so i think many people felt that it would be a slow demise and probably the end <hes> but he stumbled across good horses at the right time and that that was important particularly i think old it was quite important in putting him back on the map with another dumpy win and a very very good ride in in new york and of course he was involved with other decent. These these cats are like travel initially even though that ended in tears as regards his association with her so he was saved really by his ability to put out big race successes but that period we mentioned twenty ten thirty two to twenty fourteen was really his barren spell in twenty-fifty things have really picked up a say go on how to do with that but obviously association with john gosden which came through likes the golden goose have been particularly significant and to your point. He's started just about a quarter of the number of races that ashim murphy has and yet as you say way ahead in the money total. We're talking with veteran british. Just race caller richard hoiles here on the

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"lutely" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

03:07 min | 3 years ago

"lutely" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"He's been out all week on vacation. Well deserved and he will return on Monday Meghan. Bishop is here. Dave Ayler is here and Charlie Parker in the building. Scud shocking news yesterday, Sarah Sanders is hanging up. Her microphone is waiting goodbye to the media, that she's pretty much grown to hate. And I probably believe vice versa. Right. It's truly been something I will treasure forever. It's one of the greatest jobs, I could ever have. I've loved every minute even the hard minutes. And during a White House event yesterday. President Trump confirmed the news and he credited Sanders doing a great job. She's been kind of vague about why she's exactly leaving. She cited personal reasons as the reason for her departure. We do know that she will be heading back home to our. Arkansas. She's been the White House press secretary since two thousand seventeen and of course, has had a contentious relationship with the national media, and it's been pretty legendary on a whole 'nother level. Most recently, she's been openly flogged by the press as a liar. If you remember Sanders was slammed for saying, among other things that she'd heard from countless individuals who work at the FBI, who said that they were happy with the president's decision to fire, former FBI director, James Komi, now, as far as her departure from the Trump administration as Sanders stressing that she is loved every minute, but that is just it's time to go. And as you know, Sanders father, Mike Huckabee is the former governor of the great state of Arkansas and, you know, President Trump has alluded to the fact that he hopes that she seeks political office there that she runs for governor of soft. That's what I was thinking was going to happen that she's gotten the political bug herself. Now. Daddy, used to be governor of Arkansas. Why not her step in and give it a run? You know, I think it's more she's had enough, you know, just pretty thankless job. That's one of those people that has that look on her face that says, do not mess with me. I mean she is to. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, regardless of where you sit politically. I mean if your job gets to the point where you're getting kicked out of a restaurant during dinner because people don't like you. I mean I could understand reevaluating your professional life. It's must be exhausting, mentally, and physically for heaven's sake. Yeah. You have to wonder who is going to attempt to fill her shoes, because I mean, the fact that she was able to hold onto that job for as long as she did. And just, you know had the boxing gloves gloves on every single time. And of course, the, the press conferences were getting fewer and fewer as time went on. She almost didn't want to deal with it. You know, if if the president has something to say it's going to be on Twitter, you know, and kind of left, the, the press to fend for themselves in a sense. It'll be interesting to see who, who tries Lutely award shortlist, yet Dewey, I don't think Sean Spicer. We come back. Maybe. Well coming up flops at work should they be allowed? We will discuss right now. Here's your FOX business news..

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"lutely" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

04:52 min | 3 years ago

"lutely" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"At that time a playoff record. Here's a guy who in may and June. He's an all NBA player. I mean, that's the difference for them. And so I expect a huge game tonight you almost expect from Klay Thompson, and you mentioned the fact that he is on a walk year. He's not going anywhere wired differently. All these people. Think wants to go out and prove himself and be the number one guy. He's not why his his father, Michael Thompson known since back in the eighties when he played for the Lakers. He always talks about how a son is very well grounded his all about winning. He's all about being part of this on samba of great players. He doesn't mind taking a back seat at all. Yes, he wants to get credit doesn't feel like you have to go out and be the number one guy anywhere. All he's interested is in the rings. And so he's going to get paid. He's gonna get top dollar from the warriors. I expect you would say I'd be of all the guys were talking about your kyri. Kevin Durant collide Jimmy Butler. If if Klay Thompson moves to me, that would be the biggest shock of all he were to leave the, the warriors. Mitch Laurence sporting news, Sirius XM radio Mitch said tonight you know, you could see other team winning you think Golden State wins. You think we're going to get a game seven here in the series. Yeah. I just can't see Golden State losing three times at home. And now I really can really, but the issue you mentioned, Mitch is true. Where's that third or coming for Golden State Warriors? Yeah. I have, you know, I promise within two and they can be sloppy with the ball in turnovers. And we know defensively they have struggled a time. So you know it's not like a clear cut thing. I don't know what the betting line is at this point. I'm sure it's close to probably favored. They've been player flavor than other points of the series where you can't believe it. And that's because why they're championship team when a team you know it's hard to go against the team. It's hard to three peat for them, but it's hard to go against the team that's on a verge of three peat because why we've seen them win these unbelievable. Close games room and stave off elimination because they have the, you know, they do it's white. They know how to close out these games and people look past that, and they should really look more harder at that whole thing. Because when Golden State is, is backed into a corner in these games what happens they made a great defensive play the other night. With Draymond green blocking lower shot. They actually force Colli turned him into a passer, my dick, nurses, all the time out to try to get a better play for Leonard. So he could get isolated on a one in one. Instead, he had no choice with Klay Thompson, and it would dollar coming at them. And then green made a great close up for all the people who say Golden State has struggled defensively, like I do they still make winning plays at the end of games and they make big shots, too. So it's hard to bet against the right. Yeah. It really is which closed out here. We talked a lot about, you know, a little bit about free agency end of this month when it all does get going here. Anthony Davis down in New Orleans using that deal gets done before the NBA draft. You think that Lutely absolutely no doubt about tell you why. Because David Griffin is going to get the three pick from the Nixon feel he's going to get the four picker is going to pick from Boston for this strap. And he wants to be able, he doesn't want to do it on the clock at the draft. He wants to be able to have that pick salted away and. Now you can go to work on who is going to take we all know it would be Barrett three at four who knows. So I think it's in his best interest to get that deal done right away, and for you guys maybe it'll happen now so that you had something to talk about tonight. Nice. That sounds good. Talk right? That's exactly what it is. Because it's all NBA all the time it, you know. I think the league loves more some people get driven up the wall by you talk about the game more. But what is the league love the league's love to talk about not we're players playing now, but we're going to be playing in the future. That's the way the league works if you were age would you take the gamble and trade for Anthony Davis? I would do this. I would put my calls like Danny ages doing because he's loves Anthony. Davies love him for the longest time since he was a Kentucky, once I knew I could get him because you're gonna have to pay them. Then I would call up now. It's rock nation. It's no longer. Jeff Wexler agent for Tyree dropped his longtime aging, and I would say hell Kyrie don't go to Brooklyn, because guess what we have Anthony Davis locked up in coming here, watch how quickly kyri turns around and signs a max contract with Boston play with Anthony Davis. Yes. I would do that if I were Boston midge Lawrence siriusxm MBA radio sporting news. Mitch we appreciate it. Buddy game six tonight. Thanks, mitch. Thank you guys. Great job. The plot takes them while he was great. Mitch is awesome. I could tell former daily news guy, and now hold on. So you have a history. I know Mitch. Yeah, no Mitch from. Yeah. I know Frank. Solo those guys. Crony. Mitch is great. That's two one two. Seven of the fry. Eight five five.

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General Vaa, Department Of Justice And United States discussed on Michael Medved

Michael Medved

00:37 sec | 3 years ago

General Vaa, Department Of Justice And United States discussed on Michael Medved

"Is the transcript of the interview, it's a long transcript. But the interview with attorney general Vaa is out sit Lutely stunning, you need to read all of it. Just listen to a couple of clips. That's listen to why Torney general is having several investigations ongoing inside the department of Justice as we speak. Let's go to Cup full from this interview the Tony general, the United States William got for next year.

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"lutely" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

08:05 min | 3 years ago

"lutely" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"After Lutely? But we have not led for that. Hopefully would not have to plan for that. Have. We did that would send a hell of a lot more troops in that. Okay. So, you know, when when Trump says, I absolutely believe in this is not what he wants. He is by nature a guy who does not want to deeply involved in foreign wars, the press trying to create the feeling that Trump is warmonger is pretty absurd. James Clapper is one of the people pushing this notion, the director of national intelligence in Barack Obama who's been lying about Donald Trump for years just in that Trump Russian stooge hidden inside information showing it all of that was nonsense. But here's Clapper pushing some more nonsense one hundred twenty thousand troops Agassi's, a massive deployment. That's a rack war troop. I hope they're not contemplating a ground invasion or any of that anything of that sort, but one hundred twenty thousand additional Puglia aeronaval forces over and above what's already there, which is quite substantial as massive. Okay. So that is a massive what he's talking about is a report that the White House has reviewed a plan to deploy one hundred twenty. Thousand troops to the Middle East. Well, the White House from us plans all the time in the Obama administration reviewed plans all the time I can play you clips of Barack Obama talking about how all options around the table with regard to Iran. It was brought up on the line. But he was kinda line because he had no intention of ever using the fist Donald Trump. May in fact, he provoked to use the, but you would have to go pretty damn far to get him to do. So right now, the State Department on Wednesday ordered the evacuation of nonemergency staff from the us embassy in Iraq, a move the comes as the us government has alluded to risk of attack by the Islamic Republic of Ron or its proxies in the region. The wednesday. Order follows a travel advisory posted on the website on Sunday, urging American citizens not to travel to Iraq. And from vigilance. I know rock real tourist destination that apartment said in light of the heightened tensions non-emergency staff that both the US embassy in Baghdad and the us consulate in Erbil would be evacuated adding that the government's ability to provide emergency services to us citizens. There is extremely limited. The State Department has also temporarily suspended normal visa services at both locations, obviously tensions with Tehran. Have heightened in recent weeks. We have increased sanctions on the Ryan review in hopes of spurring revolution from within John Bolton, the national security advisor has not been shy about his desire to see a new regime Iran as anyone who's in favor of human rights, democracy and decency, the Islamic regime in Iran is one of the most evil regimes on planet earth, the United States, obviously identify the Islamic revolutionary guard corps, a branch of Iranian military is a terrorist organization because they are in fact, a terrorist organization and over the past week. The Pentagon has deployed a series of military assets to the Persian Gulf, according to politico, including an aircraft carrier Obama group and other warships setting an unspecified credible threat from Ron US interest. Secretary of state Mike Pompeo has twice diverted foreign travel to address what the administration has identified as a growing crisis. You made a surprise visit to Baghdad last week you had meeting in Brussels with European leaders on Monday to brief them in what he called threats and concerns emanating from Theron. Now, the reality is that the United States doesn't want a war with Iran. The reality is that the Europeans aren't going to trust President Trump's lead a war with Iran, but Ron knows all that. And that is why they're becoming more militant their goal is to provoke the United States into taking some sort of action. So that he can rally round the flag inside Ron rather than having to deal with the consequences of the sanctions that have been placed on the Iranian regime, and the fact that there's a massive economic breakdown that has been occurring in Iran are running protests around the media have refused to cover for months. Now, the US blamed around and militants for a series of attacks over the weekend on oil tankers near an important waterway in the Persian Gulf Tehran's, the accusations. But the reality is that, of course, arrived at then, of course, the who militants in Yemen took credit for drone attacks on major Saudi Arabian pipeline in the region as well. A foreign countries are wary of getting involved here. So is President Trump what they're doing? Instead suggesting that President Trump is a tool of these rallies, which of course, is not true in the slightest, particularly with regard to this issue. The United States is not interested in war with around by the way, neither Israel do serious damage to Israel Israel win. But it would be a real problem for Israel because every Ronnie and missile, including all the rockets from Hezbollah infamous him directly into the heart of Israel at this point. He Associated Press reported that British Foreign Secretary Jeremy hunt expressed concern on behalf of his nation that a conflict could up with an escalation that is an unintended really on either side. Well, no, I'm confused as to how the esscalation could erupt in an unintended unintended way with Iranian harassing American ships and the allies of American ships British Major General Chris deputy commander of US led coalition forces inside Iraq and Syria said Tuesday, there was no increased threat from Ryan back forces to US and other coalition forces in the region, the Pentagon later disputed that assessment the statement from. The US central command. And of course, the New York Times reported that last week. The White House was briefed on the possibility of deployment of troops to the region. He said, listen if we have to deploy more troops than that. And that was that clip that we played a little bit earlier. Obviously, the skepticism of US allies rests in part on the fact that President Trump is a hands off commander in chief when it comes to foreign policy until crisis rears, its ugly head that was the case in Syria. It's the case in Iran as well. US central command issued a rebuke as I say to Major General, Chris, according to the New York Times, they say that his information runs counter to the identified credible threats available to intelligence from US allies regarding around and back forces in the region. Over last year. Washington has said that Iran is threatening US interests in the Middle East, encouraging aggression by Shiite militias in Lebanon rock in Syria. Shipping missiles to the rebels in Yemen and allowing its naval forces to behave belligerently in the Persian Gulf. General have we are where of their presence clue we monitor that along with a whole range of others because of the environment we are in, but there's no increased credible threat. The United States, obviously has taken a much more harsh approach to the Iranians than the Europeans were willing to our ever have been willing to because the fans have abdicated leadership duties in the Middle East for years or take sides with some of the world's worst ravines. Speaking of escalating tensions major oil pipeline in Saudi Arabia was struck by armed drones temporarily. Shut down those armed drones were run by the Iranian-backed to these Saudi energy minister Halley L folly did not directly identify the perpetrator, but said the incidents proved the importance of the kingdom's continued conflict against terrorist groups, including the who the militias in Yemen. That war in Yemen is not approved by congress. The United States government has continued to wage it nonetheless, the President Trump is not made strong case here because President Trump does not want to be involved. Now, Ron knows where it's allies lie. Tell is lying Europe. There's a reason that Iran has been paying off European officials for years to help foster their their growth in the European oil markets, that's particularly true of former German officials former German government's officials have been effectively operating as lobbyists for Romanian oil interests in the region for very long time. Tehran says this is not a military confrontation. No wars to happen. We don't seek war today. They know a war. Wouldn't be beneficial for them. According to Orion officials comed- by not around him Bassett to the United Kingdom. He said that the US administration made a serious miscalculation in deploying an aircraft carrier strike group beef fifty twos and other military personnel and equipment to the Persian Gulf to counter alleged unspecified running threats wasn't if there is no deterrent power. Iran will continue to play these games with the shipping routes specifically in order to create pressure. But the last thing the Trump administration wants is war. I'll explain that. In just one second. I let us talk about the fact that you are now eligible to join the AARP. Why would you do such a thing? Would you pay your hard earned money to join an organization fought tooth and nail for government run healthcare or an organization that stood against tax cuts for middle class Americans in small business owners, you wouldn't when wide world who joined the AARP standard set with nearly two million others by joining amac the conservative alternative. Instead wouldn't rather belong to an organization like amac that fights for your values like protecting our borders supporting small business defending your individual freedoms become. Amac member means standing up for our constitution and for the innocent on board. I mean standing firm in the fight against socialism. What's more imac offers an alternative to just about every benefit that AARP.

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"lutely" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"lutely" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"A fifteen dollars minimum wage she used to work at the coffee shop right off union square in New York shortly after she got elected to congress the coffee shop, which is very popular stars from sex in the city used to go there. They closed down and the co owner of the coffee. Shop said the reason they closed it down with because New York went to a fifteen dollars minimum wage. This is the woman who says why can't we use billion dollars? We were going to give Amazon for some other reason. Amazon is you know, we're gonna put their headquarters in New York because protests, they were going to pull out even though they were offered three billion dollars in tax forgiveness. Tax abatement tax grants. Alexandra cost protests. Thanks when you give somebody a three billion dollar tax abatement or let them slide in Texas. You've got three billion dollars in a volt somewhere. And she said why can we put that money somewhere some other purpose? This is a woman with a degree in economics. From BU. It's stunning after Lutely stunning back to Mr. Sanders will your campaign be more about the contrast that you've clearly been drawing with Biden, or will it be more focused on who can best defeat. President trump. Have you noticed that Bernie Sanders no longer system millionaires and billionaires now he just billionaires why because he's a millionaire? I think.

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The best and worst places to be a woman in Canada

The Big Story

04:00 min | 3 years ago

The best and worst places to be a woman in Canada

"Today is International Women's Day global Dave reflection on the hard-won rights now enjoyed by the quote, unquote, fairer sex days. Also, a reminder to keep fighting on behalf of the women and girls round the world who don't get to enjoy a lot of those rights just yet Canada, if a pretty good the least compared to a lot of those other countries, but was sharing perfect women are still disproportionately affected by poverty. Racialist indigenous trans disabled women face far greater risk of sexual violence and barriers to employment than white women. Women in rural areas have to jump through all the hoops, if they need to get an abortion. No life is not all roses for women in Canada. Despite having a feminist prime minister who might not be having the best International Women's Day of his time in office. We know about this persistent inequality, thanks in part to an annual yardstick that measures the gender gap between the lives of women and men in this country since two thousand fourteen the Canadian centre for policy alternatives has published the best and worst places to be a woman in Canada. The report their fifth out this week. It's a snapshot of the differences in economic impersonal security education, health and representational leadership. Roles for women twenty six cities across this country. I'm Sarah bows, vowed sitting in for Jordan Rawlings on International Women's Day. This is the big story to chat about the findings of this report into also just reflect on that general idea of quality of life for Canadian women right now, I'm joined by Maclean's columnists and senior writer and Kingston Haim being here. Sarah good to be here at love to start by talking about the creator of this report and honoring her came back and turf. So brilliant, feminist economists you and I both knew she passed away last summer of cancer. She's forty nine years old. What can you tell us about her vision for this report why she sort of created it to begin with Kate? Yes. It was she was the genius architect of this report. And it had a couple of functions. I as I understand them as she told me about them, obviously, it's to to gauge the fact that wage inequity exists in Canada. And also that it exists equally. She also wanted to highlight. certain, you know, certain metrics by which we could see improvement or sort of see ground level local involvement in certain issues. So for instance, they're five measures. They include health include security things like intimate partner violence, really important, measurements police responses wage inequities and whatnot. So so it was a way to take kind of a snapshot of the country, and but more importantly for her. It was a platform for conversation and one of the her sort of focuses was the importance of local community were and women women's organizations. She firmly believed that you know, sort of investing in women's organizations was a great sort of gateway to better equity between the genders. So that this is a wonderful report because it allows, you know, people in Windsor people in got no or Vancouver. Wherever to sort of use the data that is collected and use it to. Advocate, use it to discuss things with their own governments. It's it's so it's a tool very practical tool as well. So as feminist to can, you know, and you've written a lot on data in this country and the lack thereof to she was really big on. Let's get some real numbers here. Let's crunch. Let's like show how gender equality inequality affects us day to day Lutely, but the other part of that is also showing where we don't have the information. I mean, you look at something like, Robin doodles. Series. The you know, the fact is that you know, you have to drill into these numbers. So we're increasingly learning. I mean Kate was again a pioneer in. This regard in that respect even though it was only twenty fourteen the importance of Dada to make these measurements. And what data we should be looking at and what data's missing what do you think?

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"lutely" Discussed on CXMH

CXMH

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"lutely" Discussed on CXMH

"Danielle. How are you doing? Today. Great. Thank you guys for having the I appreciate it. Yeah. After Lutely to be with us before we kinda get into any of the questions, we have for you. Is there anything else that you wanna share with our audience about yourself or anything like that? Maybe just how I got started in this because it's kind of an interesting fund story, so I- working for an insurance company when I would do authorizations all over our country, our states in terms of asking for why kids are coming into inpatient unit with their clinical symptoms are and what I was finding across our country was that kids were coming in for bowling and a lot of times they had threats to harm themselves that e sometimes attempted suicide, and sometimes the parents would not even know about it until they actually were in an inpatient unit. And because I would be on the child adolescent team in have to make phone calls to parents to talk about it. So I really started to see that we have a real problem with bowling in an. Epidemic. And so I hired an independent consulting company to do consulting around our area of greater Los Angeles to say, what do we have in our communities right now for bullying because we have a lot of different prevention programs in schools. Everybody does different thing not everyone uses the same kind of prevention program. But what do we have to help support our communities with victims of bullying are educators or families? How do we have something in the community? That's really important, and they took three months. They did survey monkeys talk to professionals in the area, therapists educators, and they came back to me with the little folder of information. And said we have good news. We are bad news. They said the good news. Is you have no competition. The bad news is you don't have competitions. Why's that? Why don't we have competition our community of greater Los Angeles where there's more programs in the community to address bowling? So they said to me, why don't you go ahead and write a program?.

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"lutely" Discussed on Safe For Work

Safe For Work

02:49 min | 3 years ago

"lutely" Discussed on Safe For Work

"It's like I've been in that situation where I'm experiencing something. And I want to share it online. And I find myself taking time away. I mean, obviously from the experience to do to post it, and I find increasingly it's like this is really like having another job living a having leisure time and documenting it is basically still like working. Yeah. The work to document, you're either. Yeah. So all right. We're painting a very sad picture. The situation are millennial engineer actually said your article hit pretty close to home. They call the picture that you paint, quote, horrible. But accurate so let let's leave on a high note. What is the solution? How to break cure this millennial condition, while the reason why articles, well, I think what people are, you You know? know, it gave name to something a lot of people have been feeling either didn't know minidisc describe or about weird that they want experiencing joy note. They're living their lives and also made them feel less alone. And the other pieces the pro is that it's not just about selling your own burnout. It's paying attention to how you are creating burnout another's. So the example that I've been thinking is, you know, at who says not to respond to Email after six PM, but she keeps sending him. So it creates rich you can prove the harder worker by response to that Email. Is supposedly their need and so- stricter and more forceful foundries allow than labor is expected along because millennials see it's kind of the what are in place as a way to prove himself. I've capable of working even harder not just print out. All right. So let's muddle better behavior everybody better behavior through boundaries. It seems like it's so often comes down to that doesn't Lutely. And there's yet another in our long list of bumper stickers. We should be printing. Thank you so much for the incites. And thanks for this article is really fascinating. Thank sam. So Liz, it's everyone's favorite time of year tax time. I've been looking through all of my voluminous piles of receipts and have been looking at all the digital files that I have on computer that I gotta deal with to do my tackling thinking. Well, I was thinking like how to businesses deal with this? They've got so much more to deal with. And of course, the answer. I think is that they're moving all this stuff to the cloud. Exactly, not only are they moving into the cloud, but they're moving to net suite by oracle. It's a business management software..

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"lutely" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"lutely" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"You like to see that are big, of course, the game dwell. Lutely a couple of other thoughts about the what went on. You had the big one big price at at Oaklawn that boosted the the new pick five the cross country pick five which will be offered every Saturday. I don't know. Yes. We're doing. Yes. I know some big fours to they were talking about in those always cool. Okay. Yeah. Hope you'll get involved going forward. I know that you know, I I'm sure the racist. Maybe a little sexier, Phil. They'll they'll you know, things will be a little stronger. But yeah, we'll probably they're probably about. Goes back and Taylor presents. About six winning tickets, right? Seven hundred fifty. Yeah. I've got it here. Oh, sure. That makes sense because. Yeah. Because it was thirty three and change that. And and you know, people only knew about it. You know, twenty four right? Maybe forty eight hours and hours. Yeah. About the word Wertheim advance. Exactly exactly what you think of the other two. I know we had the wet track in California, but any thoughts about race. Okay. And then how about down down in Florida? You mentioned Maximus that Harvey wall banger debuted at Saratoga and Harold learner had been on TV with Seth ni-, and they had high hopes from day one for him walkers thought, he was okay. I personally I love Harold valley. Terrific guy. So that was nice. How good he is. I don't know. You got take great ri-, Brian Hernandez. Yeah. Came up kind of flow race. So I'm I'm not a fan of winners of slow races. And it felt like it's just sort of fell apart at the end. He may be nice horse out. I mean, he seems like he's horse. And I don't know it's hard to take him over we seriously as a contender at this point got pretty good circumstances and didn't run fast race. But he couldn't take another step forward. I guess so I hope he does for hell. Right about that. I would be particularly endorsing now. But but not really anywhere says right now. You have the two did have the to sprint wins. The forward gal return for feedback was very nice and call Paul was was determined determined winner. I would call that west wind hard to watch rates to Gulfstream the seven mile race..

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"lutely" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

04:30 min | 3 years ago

"lutely" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

"Tuning in. I'm so excited. Our guest tonight is comedy legend, Colin Quinn is joining us everybody. He's got a hit one man show called red states blue state, which also sounds like the worst, Dr Seuss book also on the show tonight. The least Super Bowl ever a rap accord, lying even more than usual, buddy street cred and one simple tip for how never to use shoe polish. So let's catch up on today's headlines. I up the one story that Lutely nobody is talking about today the Super Bowl that they win again in the lowest score in Super Bowl ever time Brady and the pats secure another championship the game only had one touchdown. But it's still said eighteen records for what one was for the longest punt Super Bowl record for fewest points in a Super Bowl fewest points through three quarters few points by winning team. Yeah. Those were the records that were set last night. But a lot of people will tell you and other record was set for the most boring Super Bowl ever sleep. That's right. This Super Bowl was so boring. It was like both teams offenses will boycotting and support of Colin Kaepernick. I mean, congratulations to the patriots and Tom Brady who now has more rings than Johnny Depp. But yeah, it was a pretty boring game. And that halftime show did not help nothing against ruined five. But they made the weather tech commercials. Feel edgy. Moon. Five was so dull that even Adams Levin shirt. They just got up and left. It was like I'm out. I don't need to be here for this. Moving onto some crazy news twenty one seven the most savage repsonse twenty-seven. Because being in the streets were a longtime representing Atlanta like he is pure Atlanta. Hip hop, or at least we thought so until yesterday the Atlanta Journal constitution's has very me nominated rapper Twenty-one savage was arrested by US, immigration and customs enforcement ice officials say he's from the United Kingdom and overstayed his visa Twenty-one savage has claimed he's from Atlanta. Authorities say he entered the US legally in two thousand and five but has been in the country illegally since visa expired the following year he could face deportment. This is one of the wildest stories come across twenty one savage was arrested for being from the UK like we expect rappers to get arrested for like guns and assault. Not tea-and-crumpets. Apparently is real name isn't even twenty one seven. It's seven ten the twenty four. And this is really rough the hip hip hop community. And I understand why it's like finding out that to puck is really Chad from Vermont that Cardi B is secretly German just like HP niche, denser ish make money moves. I don't even know how this happened was twenty one faking it or or did he really change because I'm like was he just like challenger more than a year? May you know, how we doing land of man doing that land and things whole guy into this phone is Hello? Yes. Yes. Yes. I'm quite hot on these streets. Okay about hero. It was I saying. Honestly, I haven't been this stunned since that time, I found out that Dr dre isn't actually a board certified urologist. I. I mean, I kept the appointment, but it was listed prize. Moving on. It is now just six hundred thirty seven days until the twenty twenty presidential election. Not not amount of time is roughly as long as last night's Super Bowl felts and this weekend. Another candidates threw his hat into the ring. None of the twenty twenty race for president tonight make room for one more contender. Senator Cory Booker announcing his presidential bid today. Joining the old ready crowded democratic field. Only Senator goes home to a low income inner city community. I community took a chance on. On the. His neighbor cheering him on. Okay. I don't know if I won Cory Booker to be president. But I do know I want that old woman. She the neighbor of the president. That is they just move her to an apartment outside the Oval Office every morning. Signor throb. Can you turn your TV down to.

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"lutely" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"lutely" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"We do that your house payment goes away, you'll never make another house evil empire. You don't have to pay them ever again. But you still owe money to the reverse mortgage Bank. Right. Okay. So we'll make the make the number one hundred thousand so if I borrow one hundred thousand from the bag we pay off the the evil empire. You still owe money to reverse mortgage Bank, but on these reverse mortgage programs. They don't make you pay it back. Until you permanently leave the home or violate one of the rules violate one of the rules beans, you turn it into a rental property. You don't pay your taxes or you don't pay your insurance? Okay. Basic rules. It was designed to to have people stay in their homes instead of via sitution allies guys. You know, what's it gonna cost your family? If you have to go to a nursing home thousand said thousand a year, you know that experience. Right. So Lutely, okay. What's it gonna cost your family? If they have to hire somebody to come in and be with you even more a lot then. So the government's not stupid. They're known if you have to go into a nursing home. They're gonna probably go on Medicaid government welfare is gonna cost the government now eighty thousand a year. Yeah. So which is cheaper for the government. That's why they created this new reverse mortgage program began let's call it. What it is. I don't wanna die in a nursing home. I wanna die in my own house. I wanna take care of my wife till she dies, you know, in our own home. And that's what this programs designed to do. So.

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"lutely" Discussed on Radical Personal Finance

Radical Personal Finance

03:20 min | 3 years ago

"lutely" Discussed on Radical Personal Finance

"Old Testament more I started to see you can just see how do the course of human history have a reliable collection of historical work that spans thousands of years and talks with with absolute candor about the changes in people, and you can just see how it gets there. What do you do about it here in my recommendations? There is a lot that you can do you don't have to just get upset about it. You don't have to get that. I think it's valuable to do that. But I is you can reach out to people, and you can reach out to people that, you know, one of the things that I've tried to do is I've tried to talk to people to young couples haven't done it much. But just when I could see there was a place if there was somebody that I thought would possibly aboard their baby if it were conceived try to say, hey, listen, if you ever need somebody to adopt your child, you know, just wanna let you know that my wife, and I are here. And I feel like that something that a lot of us could do a much better job of I say publicly, if you're listening to my voice right now, and you are faced with your considering a boarding your child, murdering your baby because for whatever reason that you think if that's the choice. Call me find a way to get in touch with me. Because there are millions of people just like me who if we were given the chance we would absolutely far rather dedicate our lives to caring for your baby then to see that baby killed. And so I think that's one thing that you can do I don't know many people that do that. But I think you should do it. If you're interacting with people, if you have a personal relationship with somebody, you should let somebody know listen husband, and I. We want you to know not prying. But if you ever need us to just know that we would be happy to adopt your baby. Now is that a financial cost for you? You bet it is. So the best money you could spend. You're the best thing you could spend your money on to Lutely, drain your Roth IRA take care of the baby. It's a better investment than than anything else. So I think that's one one step that you could take and their cost to it. Yes. But just think of how gratifying that would be to be able to save a life. If you have the chance. Number two. You can advocate for the pre-born with people that you know, who are start with you can advocate for the lives of the pre-born. Even if you're not doing it in person, I've come across in my research on the subject came across a number of moms who worked together, and they primarily worked together with. On using social media. And what they do is they they're they're coordinated together. They go to Facebook groups where women are talking about there forthcoming abortion. And they start reaching out to the women, and they don't hold back, which I really appreciate I think that people have especially well, meaning a pro-life ministries have taken the tack that somehow if you just nice we can stop somebody from killing their child not going to happen. If you just nice about it..

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"lutely" Discussed on The Read

The Read

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"lutely" Discussed on The Read

"Maybe by yourself tortilla therapist about these feelings may be your be like, you know, this is a normal thing or blah, blah, or try these methods of talking to your husband, and blah. I dunno therapist becoming up all kind of brilliant shit. That would never have a million. So I he's not willing to go to they're willing to listen to the things that you say that you learned in therapy or even just, hey, I'm really miserable in this marriage, less sit down and fuck and talk about it. If you might willing to do the work, then the the question is already answered for you, even if you miserable for reasonable ass reasons, you still miserable in you're gonna. You know, who should be able to listen to you, regardless of whether you being reasonable you fucking spouse. That's what you get me. Sign up to marry somebody that other person has to be there for your shit. They have to be there for you, a motionless spiritually physically all like, oh, he or she is so cute, and I like him so much and a sexist on is less spend the rest of our lives together. Like that what you're gonna do this. Why can't the quick marriage, and I'm gonna die right there. Need to hate your guts. I mike. And that sounds strange. But you know, what I mean like I need to like I need to like. I need such just meet as many of the parts of you. That are challenging I before I decide I want to spend the rest of. Lutely 'cause I need to be like, okay. This about you. I don't like this is about you. And that gets on my fucking or so that I can like decide whether or not I can. Yeah. You were young and yacht. Only been dating for a year, which is not really that much time. And yeah. Yeah. Good luck to you. If there'd be don't help grow. You know, what you gotta do. I mean, I'm just saying don't spend don't go into your thirties miserable and feeling stuck in this marriage. You can get out especially when you don't have kids. It's.

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"lutely" Discussed on Speaking of Psychology

Speaking of Psychology

03:48 min | 3 years ago

"lutely" Discussed on Speaking of Psychology

"Wealth creation for your future with goals in mind, financial planning. That's where I tend to spend most of my focus. But yeah, I mean, all of those things definitely factor into it. I mean, I'll tell you this. Here's I think this is an important way of looking at the investing process, and I think it's massively under appreciated, and I I don't know if I've ever heard anybody else really think of it this way. But the biggest factor in investing is peer pressure. I mean that ups Lutely on. I mean that quite literally if you think about, you know, the person listening to this podcast, they probably have some money invested in 4._0._1._K or retirement plan and they're thinking themselves. Okay. I'm gonna I'm gonna invest this money, but everybody else who's investing is your peer. We're all peers. Now, how do you know if you like an investment what what drives whether something goes up in price and is a good investment or down. It's the extent to which other people like it. Right. So if other people like an investment, your appears quite literally like, it, it becomes more attractive because it rises in value in it causes you wanna like it, and the it works in reverse to and so over coming peer pressure in investing is really the same way we overcome peer pressure growing up your pressuring our lives, and it think of going back. I'm searching, the memory banks here better. It reminds me of Erikson psychosocial stages in teens. What's the what's the stage? It's identity versus role. Confusion the main psychosocial task of an adolescent is to figure out who the heck they are a mexic-. That's what's happening with investors. Most investors are crown logically adults. They've lived long enough. They've messed some money, but as far as their development as investors the really adolescents. I don't say that in jar fashion. They don't know who they are. They know enough to be dangerous, but not enough to really know what to do with their money. So they kind of look around like what other people doing of the market's doing what what am I my brother-in-law tell me at the, you know, at that fourth of July barbecue, that's the natural. So in order to combat that you have to figure out who you are just like when you were teenager. And you said, you know, what I kind of I kind of don't feel the need to go along with the crowd so much. I've I know what I like, I know what I don't like I know what my goals are professionally personally, and I'm going to go after them, and it really gives you the ability to resist. The storm gives you an anchor in that storm out there of investing because it's really really hard. If you don't know who you are. And you will get balloon this way in that by the market. So for me really boils down to doing the work necessary to figure out all the aspects of an investor identity. So you can overcome market prayer pressure. An invest in way, that's right for you. Do you think that might come down to just like being teenagers that come down to being self conscious and worried about what other people think if I don't follow? What other people are doing? I'm gonna make a bad financial decision. I think that can be part of it. I think they can be pardoned. I think a lot of it boils down to a lack of confidence and not really having a clear sense of purpose. He has. So those things are really important to I guess, and that's that's where the importance of understanding your investor identity seeking information and seeking expert help is probably helpful for building your confidence. Because if you're going into it and without any knowledge, you might not be making the best decisions. Is that correct? That's Lutely e said he said a lot of important things there. I do always think that it is best not to do this completely on your own. I'm not saying that you need to have a financial measure. But I do think you need to have other opinions experts..

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"lutely" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

04:28 min | 3 years ago

"lutely" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

"Savak time competing wasn't get about Chris. Hold away. I needed to be you Taj in us. Sabotage. I just beat you know, beat. Competing is you examine you're the guy. I'm not gonna text with right? I'm not going to give away. Anything? I noticed Texan to set you up. Backless all water. You always. I read this. No, sabotage second level third level. Right. Excu. Coachella, check wolf watching closely. Going on here. Going Bill bell Tom Brady to win another Super Bowl. Yes. Lutely the line. You can have more than Winfrey. You know, what I mean, aren't if you have more than what? Ernest these that she touted being your only friend really that what she said, sure. Sure. Chac was hashing the doghouse what you you have no idea that doghouse it's so deep in the dark the. Thank you for being here. Talking about coach Bela check did he now take a shot at Wade Phillips for the Super Bowl. He has been busy. We'll discuss. Bill. Check is preparing for his ninth Super Bowl as patriots head coach. But he's still a time to give props to Rams defensive coordinator. Wade Phillips before New England headed to Atlanta ballot. Check said his own schemes of changed over the last thirty years, but Phillips haven't he added, quote, the system has lasted I have a ton of respect for what he's done and how he's done it over every different kind of offense. You can see so Shawn Merriman, Shannon, both played it. Wade Phillips, Shannon. Let you start with this one. What do those comments from ballot? Check tell you. He's right. He's absolutely right. If you go back to coach Belichick coach Belichick is a three four defensive coordinator cover to their their little pressure. He's not willing normally to take the safety out of the middle of feel. Wade Phillips has always had pass rusher. Skill a lot of people don't know way goes back to New Orleans when they had Rickey Jackson pats. Zwilling Sam meals von Johnson. Yeah. Then he goes to Philly. Reggie White Jerome j boogie Brown class Simmons Russia's buffalo. Bruce Smith, right pop goes, the Denver von Miller d where so he's always had path. Russia this guy. Yeah. Exactly defense rookie of the year. So he's always had guys to go. Get after the quarterback with the exception of JJ watt. JJ exactly. So he's a pressure guy. Coach Bela check with this really the exception. He had he's had a few. But not to the extent that Wade had now LT. That's that's a whole different argument. But the way they played back Dan skip coach Bela check with a covered cover tuten. Now, I won't play cover two. I don't believe you. I'm not gonna give you anything cheap with Eaton. But what we've seen lately, he's branched out. He's gone to little bit more for four down linemen. He will come within. Go. Hi, fainting. He will come with Vero blitz on you. That's not. Coach check we no way Phillips has always been pressure. And he always will be pressure. He will he has guys that can go get after the quarterback when you have an errand Donal when you have a Reggie, Bruce. And all these guys Sean Merriman, you let them do what they do go. Get the quarterback. We're gonna heat him up. We're gonna make the ball come out quick and good normally happen yet. You will give up a few plays. So would you conclude that Wade Phillips has had Tom Brady's number? I wouldn't say he's had when you got the rushers that had you look at what he's had now skip when you've got two guys in. D wears going to be in the hall of fame in bonds on hall of fame. He is and they had guys in the middle that could collapse the pocket and the pocket in his lap. So he can't step up. Tom Brady really skill. He wants to stay in that area. He wants to stay in that ten by nine ten feet nine yards. That's all he wants to do. Well, Maliki and de Wolfe with putting putting it there the off into lime in his lap. And so now he can't step. He has to slide right to bond or he has to slide right to wear..

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"lutely" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

02:49 min | 3 years ago

"lutely" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

"And so I wanted to make a song about goals may have been confused about who they are con- speak openly about what they who. They are whether it's like religion or race, which was really the kind of like growth of the record when it came out. I think people people looked at it because I didn't know about my experience. I think they looked at it. Like, I was almost like using the cult. I see and you single out, which was understandable. I never looked like that. Because I knew I experienced it by four-goal that nobody else knew that. I thought that people were like, wow. She's singing about the record. She must have been through. She must have gone through which I was saying. It wasn't just you got the shit for. No it wasn't. But it was it was my song. It was your singer. Yeah. Okay. It was my song. So I felt like it was Meyer sponsor ability to make sure the message was clear and Cardi B and Chali and BB Wreksa. They all had their own connection to the record. And so for us. It was me like having a goal empowered moment to support each other those aim of game. And then I guess, I don't know. I guess some girls didn't in industry didn't find that. I don't know. I guess they didn't find it felt like it was exploitation of. Instead instead of support thing is if they will also be on the record, I assure you, they wouldn't want it to be on the record. You know what I'm saying? If it's something to do with their own kind of like, wow. Why didn't she asked me to be a part of it? Maybe that's another conversation. But I definitely didn't mean, no one bad or intention thing. The fact I survived that made me so happy because that for me was pretty dog pretty tough. It was it's like, you know, making a baby. He usually putting out there getting burly, Ma you didn't expect it you didn't you didn't you honestly didn't think that was going to happen. No. I didn't think goals was going to be a backlash. Right. Was it hit for me? It was I mean, it was a hit in the community for show. I had more posted every outcomes the negative, but you know, people like to look at the negative shit and like focus will not instead of the positive. I'm happy. I did it in my culture. Speaking out of the box is like what we wanna do. And as a female. That's come from third world country to people to speak about my sexuality with men from my country are so call in like the old school days. It was a big revelation Lutely, and I don't care, but one of my Madonna, and I knew the people hate what she used to do some people loved it. Yeah. And so I'm proud of it. I don't regret anything. And I love performing it have a great time. And everybody loves don't seem to it and kissing goes. Oh bunch of people. Actually, it was my it was a team that I have that mile them. Yeah. Is it is album coming out in November..

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"lutely" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

07:26 min | 3 years ago

"lutely" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Three. Number four. Number four. I'm starting to think. Yes. Not me. But somebody else. Yes. Okay. Number five. Yes, for sure. Number six. Yeah. Seven. Yes. Eight. Nine. Not me. But somebody else ten. Damsel in distress here. Number eleven. Yes. Okay. We're talking to eleven women aged thirty five to seventy asking them. Questions about toxic femininity question three. Okay. They're gonna get a little bit a little bit harder. Have you have you or anyone in your circle of friends coerced demand into sex, even though he didn't really seem to want it. Number one. I think we've lost we've lost them. But whenever too. No way number three. Probably have made a sport out of it. Number four. Five. Never six no seven. Not that. I recall. Number eight, no way nine. Single. Number ten. Number ten. Yes. Number eleven. All my men wanted. It. You can blame this on your awful friends. It's totally fine. Yeah. You don't have to admit to it yourself. Right. That's all right. Okay. Next one. Have you or anyone in your circle of friends over your life thought, you were at liberty to do some sort of coercing because men always wanted and should feel lucky anytime, they get it? No. That's number one. Yeah. Number two, number three. Lutely, absolutely absolutely hands down. Scott. We have to have another conversation with number three. A podcast number four. I don't understand a question. Yes. Go ahead. So the if you love this goes back to the chorus thing, if you don't know anyone who's ever course, someone or you know, you kind of prodded them into sex, even though you weren't sure they were necessarily that much into it. Did you justify that as you know, men always wanted, and they should be lucky at any time that they get it. Yes. Okay. Number five. No, six seven. Seven and four seven three should never get together. It'd be driving off a cliff. Eight. Nine. Yeah. And you you are an instigator as well number ten. Not so much. Okay. And number eleven absolutely. Okay. That was one of those that I thought. I mean, I can't I mean, I could see occasionally what was the score six out of the eleven said yesterday out of the eleven okay. Next up have you or you can absolutely blame someone else in your circle of friends if you've ever threatened to harm yourself, if a brand a man breaks up with you or doesn't wanna see you anymore. You've never this from high school or college you or someone else? Number one. Way number two. Oh at the Y Beja fifteen. Yes. Number three. Not a chance number four. No five. No, never six. Last week. Number seven. No, eight no way nine hell. No. But I had done to me. Ten by a woman or by a man by man. Okay. Number. I did ten eleven. No, no man's that important. Good for you. Face. Get ten ten number ten. I've known a couple people. Yes. Yeah. Okay. Let's twelve or do we have twelve. You did. Well, we only have eleven I'm looking up, and I thought we had twelve, but we only have eleven okay next. What? Now, these are going to get they can they can be these can be harsh again think about back in your life, the friends that you've had maybe made questionable choices. I know. We've all had these friends, but this is we're going to get a little tough here. Any of these people that you've known in your life been physically abusive with a male partner knowing you'd be unlikely to face any legal consequences. Wow. Oh, never. Okay. There's number one number two. No three. Yes. I'm going to ask. Your role here is I know I know number four. No five. Number six is pushing him down the stairs count. Yes. Does six. Seven. I do know one person. Yeah. Eight I know one person all the evidence after it was over. Yes. Nine. Drinking. It does. Yes, sir. Judge. Yes, number that was number nine number ten number nine. What do you say number ten? I know are anonymous. But it was not me. But I do know someone. Okay. Number eleven. Yeah. Wow. A lot higher than I expected okay to mortgage and you're doing a great job of blaming all your friends forever. Okay. Have you or anyone in your circle of friends? Lied about being on birth control or freight faked a pregnancy scare to see how a man would respond. Absolutely not. Okay. Number two. Absolutely, not three. Four. No five. Yeah. K six nobody has France. Because I this is what I think is common. Yeah. I know somebody who's done this one was fifteen out of eleven. Yeah. Me too. Where were you at number six? I had a friend that did that once now number seven. No. Eight no way nine. Lorde? Ten. Quite a few actually. Eleven. Yes. Is thought that would be a lot higher? Yeah. This is so common even happened on the documentary. The office wasn't a documentary and finally..

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"lutely" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

06:44 min | 3 years ago

"lutely" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Question. President will speak tonight at seven o'clock our time, we'll carry a live Chad Benson. We'll have reaction. So make sure you're listening for that. And that may be the best part of this whole chattel the best part of it. Yeah. Honestly, I I'm not kidding. Well, the president is supposed to speak for seven to eight minutes. It'll probably be scripted. I don't think he'll go off script. It won't be like a rally it won't be like a campaign event. But he'll have to make the case that, you know, domestically security-wise humanitarianly that these are things that need to be addressed. But this he's not the first guy to bring this up. And I don't think he's going to be the last guy to bring this up. I just think this is a waste of time because the Oval Office is usually the place that we find out or the president says this needs to be done. And here's what it's about war. It's about a new government program. This is something that has been debated for decades. Yeah. I really believe this. And this the first of all if you listen to the show, we don't hang on every word that Donald Trump says, and we don't hang on every word that the Democrats say about Trump just not what we do here. I think that's quite boring to be honest. Now, we can talk border all day long. We can talk issues along Arizona border. We can do that all day long. But what I think you're gonna see tonight is nominee people. Check the speech out. I think that many of you are like us. I mean, if you're tired of the BS, I mean, listen, don't, you know, what you're going to get tonight because I'll just tell you get. Yeah. We do you're going to get Trump. Giving you some facts that are correct. And then he's also gonna lie to you. After the speech, you're going to get the Democrats Pelosi and Schumer we're going to be there. They're going to give you a few facts that are correct. And then they're going to lie to you. What are you taking out of that? Are you watching it just to have yourself become annoyed? Get to the point or you're just so tired of it. You don't even want to be bothered by it. And that's my point. I don't wanna watch this at all. I'll be very honest. This is not something I looking forward to. But we'll come on tomorrow. We'll tell you kind of what happened and then we'll move on to bigger issues. Honestly their way bigger issues that we're going to talk about well, hold. All right. But this is a big issue. I hear what you're saying. But this is a big issue. But is it going to be solved tonight by an Oval Office address? The answer is no nothing. Exactly. And that's why I think a lot of people are tired of the same while I wanna do this where we're not gonna let you, but I want to do this. Well, we're not gonna let you I mean, just, you know, Fisher cut bait. I mean, either do something or let's all move on to something else and get the get a deal struck get a deal done. Nobody's going to be totally happy. But this all or nothing campaign which has lasted for over a decade. Now, I think a lot of people are just sick and tired of being sick and tired of the crap. I think the reason Trump is doing an Oval Office speech is he's not trying to reach his base tonight because he does that on a daily basis if you're if you love Trump and you're up at two AM. Well, yeah, you eat tweets if you wanna find out what you what the president is saying, you're a Trump supporter, you're gonna you're gonna seek it out. Okay. If you are a Trump hater you're going to seek out with the president Lutely saying that's not the audience. He's trying to reach tonight the audience. He's trying to reach tonight is somebody that goes home sits in front of the TV and watch to wa- wants to watch America's got talent. And it's not what you want to escape from all this, and it's not going to be on because Trump's gonna be on every single, right? He's going to be on every every single channel. And so will the Democrats they are going? They're going to be on every single channel. They're trying to reach some of you who don't hang on every word from Washington DC. And I just got to tell you I'm bored with it. I think. Living here in Arizona. We know what's going on on the border. Let me better than anybody in Washington DC. Well, let me let me interject though. I don't know. I mean, you're right. We do we know better than say people in DC people in Maryland, you know, Philadelphia. Yeah. Yeah. Because we we live we live here. Right. Right. But I don't know if six thousand illegal immigrants try to come over this border every day. I don't know if terrorists are trying to just, you know, come through the southern border. I don't know what to believe now. And that makes me furious. And then it makes me apathetic because if I can't wrap my mind around it, I'm move on. Now that doesn't make me lazy. That makes me a human being of YouTube figure it out or Utah two sides figure it out I'm done with your show. I think it's a crap show. It is by by both sides. Listen, we know that that migrants are being dropped valley churches, we do we know that for a fact we do but six thousand a day hundreds of thousands. Are amassing on the border. I have no idea you can take numbers from both sides. You throw him out the window because it's probably not accurate. Do we need to do more to secure our border? Oh, absolutely darn right. We've we want that is this going to be solved tonight. No, could it be solved by a wall. Maybe maybe not. But tonight at seven o'clock, the president will be from the Oval Office. I just think America's tired of the BS. And I'll tell you this. We'll tell you what the ratings were on this speech. They're going to be low. Maybe I'm wrong. But I think you're going to be low. And I think the only reason that people are going to really watch it is they're going to be forced nothing else is on if you're watching TV. That's what's going to be on. I would rather watch. A and I hate to say this. I would rather watch a rally or when he goes off script for the entertainment value. Then try to convince me that this is what you wanna do because I've seen this before I've seen this reality TV show, and it's boring or have the Democrats try and tell me why he's wrong or why he's right. I mean, I've seen any of them. I've seen that before have a. Have some dinner? And then if you want to catch at seven on KTAR Chad Benson will be here. I really want to hear what Chad says after it because you know, he'll put it in better perspective than these two awful parties. Honestly. Right. All right. Coming up next. The Arizona Cardinals of hired Ryan Gosling. Why is their new head coach? Really? It's fantastic. Will explain it next..

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Rap song featuring LeBron James, Kevin Durant from 2011 released

Fitz and Brooks

00:26 sec | 4 years ago

Rap song featuring LeBron James, Kevin Durant from 2011 released

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Sen. Lindsey Graham: Syria strikes a 'missed opportunity'

Hugh Hewitt

00:13 sec | 4 years ago

Sen. Lindsey Graham: Syria strikes a 'missed opportunity'

"Me this morning senator lindsey graham and i have talked more about syria than any other guest on this program over the past ten years he joins me this morning senator graham let's start with your assessment of the strikes on friday night missed opportunity didn't lay a glove on asides capabilities to wage war we're becoming the chemical weapons police we don't have a strategy about why syria matters we seems like we're willing to give it to the russians in the iranians without much of a contest the ice is people hurt were leaving the kurds are in a world of hurt they're they're very much exposed and then military strike itself was a tactical response well short of what i thought was justified so it's been a good commander in chief in general but this is a major step backwards now the the strikes according general speeds retirement your general told me that they at least demonstrated that the air defences of assad are not what they're cracked up to be in that if called to do it again we know how to do it israel convinced me of that i mean israel positive on a regular there's no way spending this assad was told by two president three times stop killing children or chemical weapons he did it last year again i thought okay trump's gonna go reagan on him ronald reagan went after kadhafi when we found out it was qaddafi who loved the disco in berlin and killed five american airmen i was in germany at the time i was at lake in these when they took off the bomblet he actually went after kadhafi kill one of the one or two of his kids but missed him and after that qaddafi was a different person i think this was underwhelming respond assad did not pay a big price in russia and iran her our pentagon go out of their way to make sure that we're not gonna get in conflict was russia russia and rainy in syria and president announced we're leaving the missiles were flying he announced we were leaving i think this is a disaster for us in syria chance to communicate that directly with your lutely i said listen you've been more like reagan a lot less like obama but this was a step backward remember

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Here’s why China-bound Providence Day, Isaac Suffren, think this year will be different

On Air with Ryan Seacrest

01:53 min | 5 years ago

Here’s why China-bound Providence Day, Isaac Suffren, think this year will be different

"Tell me something good here so you calls of anything good munition goodness is our it is carry tell me something good china i i'll tell you something good but it is my core out of her career why boyer brand and even though we can't wait accord every but you're right now it doesn't make me feel happy that we made at the bar well it's so great you have love you have each other that's the best right yeah so right now but we both agree that we going to wait wait the fact that a bad what's his name greg craig see you responding to the moment that's right the best out of it is perfect darn leave tell me something good coworker are yesterday with my daughter birthday and i'm so excited to the doctor thank you would make it too far your coin character in a rare genetic disorder um do we so you know an alarm sprinklers you've been really brave through all of this and the other thing is hurt coin character actually remission right now go to break allow or what a blessing that she's there and you just you keep thing in good things in good things are going to continue to happen lutely oh my goodness supermarket love you guys by the way another you to sweden earning we love you you you have a good weekend thank you so much for coral hug that nodar new by here's a quite ready it might take a year it might take a day but what is meant to be will always find its way go to air with ryan here are the top coldly songs that you've done number three yes

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