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Fresh update on "lydia" discussed on Mark Levin

Mark Levin

04:21 min | 13 hrs ago

Fresh update on "lydia" discussed on Mark Levin

"Columbus, Ohio removes the statue of Christopher Columbus. They replace it with a statue of chef boy Ar dee, not dosage of the Constitution. My revenge. Oh, Golan. Now at 877381381 Very serious, ladies and gentlemen about de funding the NFL. Have done like the left. We're not recording the government to do anything. We just need to do it on our own our own behavior own conduct. For some of you. It's going to be difficult, but it really shouldn't be. You have to choose between our country and some of these these other institutions. And the lake hates your guts and hates you. Players hate you. They're arrogant. There's sophomoric. Condescending. And many have never bigoted. And same with the coaches. Right, Steph. Greg In my humble opinion, in my humble opinion. Enough already. They want to go out form a political party called the National Football League Political Party go for but nothing to do with it. I'm sure is how I'm not paying for it. End of the black national anthem, So I guess the other national anthem is the white national anthem. Used to take knees on what? I could just see the fights in the stands now, can't you Mr Producer So don't go Don't be in the stands, They help with the whole thing. They help with the Sometimes you have to take a stand. And this is not a very difficult, Stan. It's not like you're in a fox hole defending your country. It's like you know what? I'm not watching that. You know what? I'm not going to that. You know what? I'm sick and tired of paying these guys. I'm not paying them. They hate my guts. Why would he give somebody who hates my guts money? Why would I pay $5 for a hot dog when I can get it for a buck and 1/2 at Costco with a soda? What do you want to do? You want to teach your kids that there's two national anthems? Do you want to be sitting there of Sunday, Monday Night Football Thursday night football Every night football turn on the TV. There's two national anthems and only one there taking a knee. Is that what you want to show you kids know No. You want to take him to a game where they're singing to national anthems. Once respected and one's not no. You want to pay confiscatory prices for tickets and the fast food It pays for the whole damn thing. No. Stay with these cable operators. Screw them. I mean contest owns NBC and MSNBC weather. What can we do? I'm telling you one of the things you could do right now, right now. We don't need a leader. You're the leader. Just do it. All right. I'm one another heart attack. They'd love that. Wouldn't they mistreated Mark Levin provocateur. Jew. What else could they say? Loud mouth. Died, and we're glad he did. That'll be Wikipedia. That'll be the best of it. No dead often climbs because people don't pay attention to it. You might be guilty of this. I don't know. I have been from time to time Now I'm talking about credit card rates. Did you know their credit cards out there that have an interest rate of 16% 16%? How is that possible? Ridiculous. I bet you're painted. Lydia, What kind of percentage are you paying, too? You know. Even if it's less than that, 78 10%. It's still likely in the double digits, and that's just a cz bad. So.

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Sacramento County, California sees spike in COVID-19 cases

The KFBK Morning News

00:24 sec | Last week

Sacramento County, California sees spike in COVID-19 cases

"Coronavirus cases are on the rise in Sacramento county with more than two hundred sixty new cases confirmed since Friday county public health officer Dr Lydia ko CA says that many exposures in the county are happening during in home gatherings in homes people tend to be more relaxed and they're spending time with people they know and so they're not being very careful about remembering to take these

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"lydia" Discussed on The Big Ones

The Big Ones

07:11 min | 3 weeks ago

"lydia" Discussed on The Big Ones

"Fight. Well. Maybe you could You could have them follow. The twins today are to their doctors appointments where they get their medicine for eighty. Well only tie does that and maybe but I. Don't you tell me Theo? If it's something where because Sean has over eighteen. That's something that that you know we. Don't. You know you that something? That's maybe against the law even to do. Well, I mean as long as. Parental supervision and again if he's over eighteen, it's not really the issue of I guess. My question is. Is there a show that you've seen that reminds you of what you're finishing. No and is looking at. You know when you think about Oh. Is there a show like this is the kind of blends? Women and their lives, and then you know memory and thought sins. and good wine and Chinese food. You can't put your finger on. But I think it could be a lot like sex in the city because I'm on newly single. I would love to I would love to join a matchmaking site. I think that's such a good episode. and. Because you know what you could do is, so we could all be sitting at the table and then maybe care, and could look down at her found maybe I. Say something like Oh Karen. What are you looking at and carrying goes? Oh, I'm just you know waiting for a phone call I've got some sort of jumped. Gentlemen callers, calling me, and then Oh Lydia Lydia, and then we look at each other, and we go I'm going on a date I say. Nothing aware and then he has to ask the law. Love that. And yes, and then we buy her an outfit, and then she tries on a couple of different things. And then you know, I'm shaking my head. No, I'm shaking my head. Yes, and then she tries on one thing probably something blue, because you look dynamite and Blue Karen, and I just give that look that wink, that's like. You you've this is where the the you. You've got the goods and then. And then we follow Karen on her date. Maybe you know some sort of roads pedaled. Soiree. Oh, that would be so nice. To me and my gay and were salsa dancing. Yes, and then yes, and then you you leave. The clock strikes midnight and you say oh. I've got to go I've got to go and you know he takes your hand and he says we'll don't leave. What's your name? He doesn't even know your name. Oh. That's so good and I say if you if you if it meant to be, it'll be and I run off. So this doesn't sound like a reality show to me. This look it's. something. That's more. Planned and scripted and produced more than. A traditional show well, but. Idea of where you WANNA go with it, but it's hard to. Well. Would be reality because what there's places you know I. You know one of my good friends Lena. Gotten married at this little bed and breakfast. You know right in in the Meskel area. Not. What's the wine country. Amid Yeah. She got married into Macula and I'll tell you and this was no. This was no movie said, but she you know her wedding you know had rose pedals and they had dancing, and and they had they. They had all the things. We're talking about beautiful gowns, and so it doesn't have to be. You know the things like this. Really do exist and we would like to show that. Sure Show about. Girlfriends who made it changed to talk their weakest than like? And we show. Reduce them like. Well I think that there's something maybe that we didn't really emphasize enough. which is sad. Lydia and I are both mom. We're both women and we're both business owners, and so I would love. I think it's really important for young women to see example of women bosses. So I think that and woody. I haven't run this past. You but I think woman boss would be an amazing Heidel because the show yesterday about dating and Love Van. And family and and good in your. Good. Side and you know it's all in there. It's all you know Theo, if you could imagine it like some sort of cauldron, and with each thing we say just throwing it in the smoke is billowing and. Imagine some sort of some witch you know up stirring the cauldron as though it's a spell as though it's some sort of cer-. kind of that's what we're thinking. We'll let you. Too. Say or Our so remote show. Well as long you know as long as we need. you know I think. You know. The amount of time. Usually spend about an hour at the to right so it would be something around. You know whatever because it would be in real time with this. Is You know what we're thinking was because all of the things of the week had happened before, but the dinner would be in real time, so that could even be something live. That could be you know people could tune in, and you know that our reservation is at eight PM and then there's cameras around the table, and as as APN rolls around. We start coming in. You know me and Karen and Janet maybe in an maybe. She's a little bit of a loose cannon, and and and and you know, and then people can watch on the live, and then when we look into the air, you know our little thought. Look where we go I wonder what I did this week, then they could turn to the TV. Or a little box would come up in the TV. And then that could be what had happened in the week..

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'Not stopping': Defiant NYC protesters march through curfew

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | Last month

'Not stopping': Defiant NYC protesters march through curfew

"For president an eight an eighth PM trump straight curfew says didn't night this summer's stop protesters thousands Republican of fanned demonstrators convention out nationwide will were marching not through be while held the speaking streets in North of Carolina out New York against City after police but all reports violence of vandalism the president and says looting he's looking were down for a new host this was state not the after widespread North Carolina free for all governor seen here in another Roy Washington guy Cooper still George a Democrat there was Floyd looting refused was in the Manhattan rallying to guarantee cry the police convention say there were about could be two held hundred in Charlotte and thousands eighty arrests gathered without mostly in Lafayette restrictions for disorderly park due across conduct to a coronavirus from the White many House concerns stayed out past Cooper told curfew organizers peacefully in New the York pandemic protesting mayor requires bill for de the Blasio most planning part promised for a including scaled they're Andreas being down hurt event Johnsson with and says we fewer will police make people that were change roughing people the president I had am grab been certain demanding innocent I a guarantee full people for house no it reason diplomacy at Charlotte's was resisting and spectrum decided center president like trump's GOP demands call for that them governors he bring in in Tennessee to the the National ground Florida Guard this tool to and stop was Georgia he's violent a had journalist shown protesters interest and a price in hosting thousands does the convention a press of pass troops in a are push on if the streets into North the ground Carolina here it was in DC also fell a police through and shooting elsewhere which chief Sager of department in the Chicago made Terence Connie suburb Monahan Washington of says Cicero was unrelated Cesar to Bautista the protests is glad involving to see a man them with after a gun days in of deadly violence it makes me feel safer at Lydia vehicle Rana says they shouldn't be there overkill I said I have been critical I think of the it's chaos a no of the city I think and it's want a to send ridiculous in the National song Guard or make Julie ani Washington Walker in New York

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Trump says GOP is pulling convention from North Carolina

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | Last month

Trump says GOP is pulling convention from North Carolina

"For president an eighth trump straight says night this summer's protesters Republican fanned convention out nationwide will not be while held speaking in North Carolina out against after police all violence the president says he's looking for a new host state after North Carolina governor here in Roy Washington Cooper George a Democrat Floyd refused was the rallying to guarantee cry the convention could be held in Charlotte thousands gathered without in Lafayette restrictions park due across to a coronavirus from the White House concerns Cooper told organizers in New the York pandemic mayor requires bill de Blasio planning promised for a scaled they're being down hurt event with and we fewer will make people that change the president I had am been certain demanding I a guarantee full house it diplomacy at Charlotte's was resisting spectrum center president trump's GOP demands that governors he bring in in Tennessee the National Florida Guard to and stop Georgia violent had shown protesters interest in hosting thousands the convention of troops are on if the streets North Carolina here in DC fell through and elsewhere Sager in the Chicago made Connie suburb Washington of Cicero Cesar Bautista is glad to see them after days of deadly violence it makes me feel safer at Lydia vehicle Rana says they shouldn't be there overkill I think it's a no I think it's a ridiculous song or make ani Washington

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Trump says GOP is pulling convention from North Carolina

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | Last month

Trump says GOP is pulling convention from North Carolina

"For president an eighth trump straight says night this summer's protesters Republican fanned convention out nationwide will not be while held speaking in North Carolina out against after police all violence the president says he's looking for a new host state after North Carolina governor here in Roy Washington Cooper George a Democrat Floyd refused was the rallying to guarantee cry the convention could be held in Charlotte thousands gathered without in Lafayette restrictions park due across to a coronavirus from the White House concerns Cooper told organizers in New the York pandemic mayor requires bill de Blasio planning promised for a scaled they're being down hurt event with and we fewer will make people that change the president I had am been certain demanding I a guarantee full house it diplomacy at Charlotte's was resisting spectrum center president trump's GOP demands that governors he bring in in Tennessee the National Florida Guard to and stop Georgia violent had shown protesters interest in hosting thousands the convention of troops are on if the streets North Carolina here in DC fell through and elsewhere Sager in the Chicago made Connie suburb Washington of Cicero Cesar Bautista is glad to see them after days of deadly violence it makes me feel safer at Lydia vehicle Rana says they shouldn't be there overkill I think it's a no I think it's a ridiculous song or make ani Washington

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Protesters return to the streets as Trump decries 'lowlifes'

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | Last month

Protesters return to the streets as Trump decries 'lowlifes'

"For an eighth straight night protesters fanned out nationwide while speaking out against police violence here in Washington George Floyd was the rallying cry thousands gathered in Lafayette park across from the White House in New York mayor bill de Blasio promised they're being hurt and we will make that change I am certain I guarantee it diplomacy was resisting president trump's demands that he bring in the National Guard to stop violent protesters thousands of troops are on the streets here in DC and elsewhere in the Chicago suburb of Cicero Cesar Bautista is glad to see them after days of deadly violence it makes me feel safer at Lydia vehicle Rana says they shouldn't be there overkill I think it's a no I think it's a ridiculous song or make ani Washington

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Protesters return to the streets as Trump decries 'lowlifes'

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | Last month

Protesters return to the streets as Trump decries 'lowlifes'

"For an eighth straight night protesters fanned out nationwide while speaking out against police violence here in Washington George Floyd was the rallying cry thousands gathered in Lafayette park across from the White House in New York mayor bill de Blasio promised they're being hurt and we will make that change I am certain I guarantee it diplomacy was resisting president trump's demands that he bring in the National Guard to stop violent protesters thousands of troops are on the streets here in DC and elsewhere in the Chicago suburb of Cicero Cesar Bautista is glad to see them after days of deadly violence it makes me feel safer at Lydia vehicle Rana says they shouldn't be there overkill I think it's a no I think it's a ridiculous song or make ani Washington

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Protesters return to the streets as Trump decries 'lowlifes'

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | Last month

Protesters return to the streets as Trump decries 'lowlifes'

"For an eighth straight night protesters fanned out nationwide while speaking out against police violence here in Washington George Floyd was the rallying cry thousands gathered in Lafayette park across from the White House in New York mayor bill de Blasio promised they're being hurt and we will make that change I am certain I guarantee it diplomacy was resisting president trump's demands that he bring in the National Guard to stop violent protesters thousands of troops are on the streets here in DC and elsewhere in the Chicago suburb of Cicero Cesar Bautista is glad to see them after days of deadly violence it makes me feel safer at Lydia vehicle Rana says they shouldn't be there overkill I think it's a no I think it's a ridiculous song or make ani Washington

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"lydia" Discussed on Mom Brain

Mom Brain

01:47 min | Last month

"lydia" Discussed on Mom Brain

"Job there is and it doesn't come with instructions. So it's okay. If you don't have all the answers figure it out together is mongering the area Baldwin. And Daphne US guys welcome back to mom brain. I'm ILARIA and Daphne. And today we are getting to chat with Lydia Denver. She is a science journalist and the author of the new book friendship the evolution biology extraordinary power of life's fundamental bond. Mother of three boys politics. Boys we're GONNA chat with her about the scientific rounding of why we need the friendships in our lives. What it does for us physically emotionally how to create and cultivate those good friendships. How does how to tell? A friendship is good. Actually some really just in criteria for what it means to have a really rewarding relationship with a friend not a romantic partner not a family member etcetera And she's also going to explain. Why if you have children who are in about to hit puberty or in the middle of puberty. Why somehow suddenly you are experiencing a a realization that their friends matter a whole lot more than you could ever possibly imagine friendships smattering fans. How to help your children navigate? What can be a really exciting but also a very trying time in anyone's life and doing it with the compounding stress and strangeness of being in Isolation During this and so open your ears for that kind of that kind of stuff. I think this is great for you. Know if you have a person that you are raising these children with Whether that is a partner or maybe a you know a a mom or somebody else. That's helping you. It really really helps to get everybody on the same page in terms of our kids are processing everything so anyway.

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"lydia" Discussed on Webcam Startup: Camming / Adult Industry Podcast

Webcam Startup: Camming / Adult Industry Podcast

03:30 min | Last month

"lydia" Discussed on Webcam Startup: Camming / Adult Industry Podcast

"Porn sites on the Internet and other modern. I mean that's a good resume. Peace right there oughta models are these days so we've got some questions prepared for Lydia and me. Knowing her like pretty much sense she started. I put some more personal ones the there and then we're also going to open it up and let you guys ask questions after I finish my whole wobble Blah you know I had put together a bunch of boring questions guys. You Know Me. Everybody loves me. Okay so how long have you been in Delta mystery and what inspired you to get started in the industry okay? So far second I turned eighteen. I was doing some form of work. I've done every I feel like I've done every part of the adult industry. I I've I've been a sugar. Maybe I've cam everything so as soon as I knew it was what I wanted to do but I kind of just dabbled in it and then in the end of two thousand seventeen was when I just took the dive in. Quit my wages job and started. The industry fully didn't have any plan. I follow models online and so I saw their life in from the outside looking in and I was like wow. They're so pretty. They just get paid to be pretty every day and that I want that life and so me being like honestly sixteen seventeen years old and following them. I was like I want that. And so that's what led me. I just I follow people and was inspired by them before he even really knew what it was. I was pretty naive. I feel that I did the same thing. I love navigate. I click like the top five rooms. This the goals. This is every camp girl's life. Oh baby don't even know. The worker was such an experience. I right now have been in the industry as the most important piece of information that you share with someone who's just getting started out that you wish that you knew before you got start. I feel like we just touched this to. It's basically like. Don't underestimate the amount of work that it takes. Don't be naive. Don't compare yourself to other people because when I first started and I saw those established models that have have been putting on your for years and then I log on and I make two dollars in my head like failure. This isn't meant for me. I should just quit now. Not Thinking about how hard it is so I don't be naive embrace. How much hard work you're about to put in in And be willing to do it. So many people are like everybody for easy money at. It's not I promise you. It's not be Monday for some people. It's easy money but even if it's easy money to them they're still giving you know so even if they do all of a sudden happens crazy popularity while they're still giving you certain lifestyle choices or they're giving up family members and things like that so it's not easy for really anyone. Yeah there's always a product being traded of some sort so even if you get instant success when you log on which is like Super Rare. Subset of happens you sacrificed. A lot of privacy has situation. Have you ever had any like privacy issues? Because I know like popular pretty early on as far as like start. I feel like no because I always like a girl on the Internet.

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Lydia Millet talks about “A Children’s Bible”

The Book Review

04:58 min | Last month

Lydia Millet talks about “A Children’s Bible”

"A little bit about the story. You're telling in a children's Bible so this is Tale of a group of children mostly teenagers who are being forced by their parents to spend their summer vacation together in a rented robber. Baron kind of mansion in the country and to strongly resent and disliked their parents and in the midst of this storm comes kind of ethics storm and with it. A great flood and chaos descends on the House that they're living in and the children's sort of rebel against their parents. Okay so if you weren't clued in by the great flood you might be clued in by the name of the narrator. Ev Or eve think is about fifteen that you are doing something allegorical here with the Bible of the title. What function does the Bible have in the story? The stories that used to be often made into Bible stories for children the parts of the Bible that were translated in especially the forties fifties and sixties for children to read are selected parts of the Bible for example the book of revelation the revelation to John is typically left out of children's bibles. It's not left out of my children's Bible but it was deemed too harsh and dark and bloody I think for children to to read and so in in Children's Bible stories that that used to proliferate aren't aren't as common now often illustrated you would have you know the the Noah's Ark Story and various more child friendly pieces of the Old Testament and the new and so I've used to structure the plot kind of some of the events from those Bible stories and and then also there is a little boy in the book. The baby brother of of Av who narrates it. Who's given a children's Bible? They come from a secular family in New York and he's given a Bible by one of the mothers that they're sequestered with in this big summer house and so he starts to read it and he doesn't really understand it. His favourite books are frog toad. George as they should be as they should be so he sort of interprets it in his own little boy little secular boy way in so. There's a sort of also a parallel there so it's his Bible the Children's Bible. It's also it's also sort of the framework for for the plot of the novel. It's interesting when you talk about child friendly as defining what ends up in a children's Bible because the stories of course are still fairly terrifying. I remember getting up to Cain and Abel in in my own children's Bible and then being like all right. I think I'm done here with this year. Book of Tales. There's a lot of brutality. There's there's not sort of prophetic Apocalyptic Gore of of the book of revelation. But yeah of course. Even the you know. The Noah's Ark story is extraordinary and apocalyptic in its own way. Of course it's sort of has a happy ending if you want to read it that way where animals get saved and the good people get to live on after the flood. Talk a little bit about the children of title because as you said. They're they're not quite children. I mean they're they're mostly teenagers and they seem very sophisticated right. So I'm never too interested in developmental. Vera similitude with characters like they are sort of hybrid child's adults as teenagers really are but the kids in this book. They use a lot of swears you know they're harsher language in judge mental but at the same time they're prater naturally articulate to a certain degree and I think because in a sense I wanted to respect their voices I wanted to make them authoritative in sort of straight guys in the book against the chaotic collective of the parents who are who are objectified generally for I hope humorous effect but they're they're sort of unable to manage their families in their lives and the teenagers and a couple of young children who make up sort of band of roving humans at the center of the story they armature in you know in certain ways essentially. This is a book envisioned for adults to read. And I don't I don't feel like I need to sort of talk down to to either children and teenagers or to those who are reading the book by by Infanta. Leising these because you know. We all know how resilient teenagers can be. And how selectively brilliant they can be whilst also having these blind

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11 Trivia Questions on Movie Mashups

Trivia With Budds

05:53 min | 2 months ago

11 Trivia Questions on Movie Mashups

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The Apple-Google contact-tracing app is tech’s latest attempt to fight coronavirus

The World

03:41 min | 2 months ago

The Apple-Google contact-tracing app is tech’s latest attempt to fight coronavirus

"In times of peril it seems many rivals are laying down their arms corporate rivals that is Google and apple are working together for example to improve technology to do what's known as contact tracing tracking down and alerting people who might have come in contact with someone is tested positive for code nineteen the world's Lydia Amanda leader reports on what this means for privacy and for the digital tools governments are already using Singapore South Korea Germany France those are just some of the country's using or developing smartphone apps to do contact tracing the apps are all a little different but generally speaking they work something like this using Bluetooth technology they log when people and their phones crossed paths if a person tests positive for the virus and they enter it into the app people they've come in contact with are notified without revealing the carrier's identity experts say apps like these can help in the fight against Kobe eight nineteen but there's a problem different phones made by different companies can't necessarily communicate with each other that's where Google and apple come in normally they're fierce competitors but last week they announced they're joining forces to build a platform that governments and developers can use to make covert nineteen tracking apps function better now this is quite significant because most of the software that help runs phones are either owned by apple on iPhone or Google on injuries and still must say is with the NGO access now she's based in Brussels she says this unprecedented partnership could make contact tracing easier and more effective but she has lots of questions about who will be allowed to tap into these new functions we need to have more clarity on the guidelines that both grown up we'll be using in deciding which government can have access to the platform because the reality is is that at the moment there is a lot of differences in the apps that are being put forward some of the apps have privacy safeguards she says and others do not apple and Google haven't said what governments or groups that are working with at the moment they have said that as part of this joint effort they're making user security and privacy a priority alley funk is with Freedom House a watchdog organization based in the US Google and apple have recently said that they'll stop this program once again M. X. brought under control and that's a great promise and we need to ensure that would happen funk will be closely watching how Google and apple deal with privacy issues as they try to make digital contact racing more effective but she says there's a lot the tech giants can't control including how people feel about opting into government run tracking programs high wind I think is a really interesting example because there is a lot more trust in the government and there's a lot of citizen participation in the creation and deployment of these apps because it comes down to you as a citizen need to trust your government in that they're not going to misuse your data but there's another critical step before people can hand over their data the elephant in the room is that these programs all come down to mass testing and in the US we know this is been a massive issue without the ability to widely test whether people have the corona virus there's no way to accurately report where it's spreading and Fung says no apps and no tech partnerships however unprecedented can fill

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"lydia" Discussed on Talk Nerdy

Talk Nerdy

03:31 min | 3 months ago

"lydia" Discussed on Talk Nerdy

"That. I love it so so many brilliant insights Lydia. I've I've kept you now like well over an hour. I don't WANNA walk. Close My podcast by asking my guests. The exact same two questions and so. I'm wondering if you'd be willing to give me another thirty seconds of your timeshare your insights on these questions so You know when you think about the future and this is you know obviously very relevant in the work that you do the science journalism you do but also potentially in your own kind of personal life when you think about the future. The first question is what is the thing that really keeps you up at night. The thing that you're worried about maybe even a little bit pessimistic about things are looking so good And then on the flip side of that so we end on a bit. More of a positive note What are you genuinely kind of? Not Lip Service but truly authentically optimistic for. What are you looking forward to? Oh wow well the first one I mean I I I am were I mean what keeps me up at night is the state of the world. Quite literally you know. I'm I'm sure I'm not warning that but I really here. I am studying connection and and all of this and I you know. We're more polarized the never in this country and I think And I worry about things like climate change and you know But so that I can't go into it because we sit thirty seconds but that that night I interestingly I I've been surprised I mean I was a little worried that maybe like my my book would get lost in the impeachment which was happening right when it came out. And things like that. But it hasn't been in fact it's gotten huge amount of attention which. I think tells us that it's something of the antidote. Maybe it's the thing we think we can control and there is some truth to that so that is probably what. I feel optimistic about that. I I am. I mean. I don't mean this to be self serving but it's been so gratifying to see how this message has been received and I wasn't sure it would be at all. I thought most people would say why friendship. What do I care you know already know about that? You have nothing to tell me you know. And and so the fact that people are as interested in us they are in what I'm talking about gives me hope that we will That good things can come of it and that and that just that there is that still. Let's that desire and I'll just say lastly that you know I hope people don't I have taken this work not as a to do list so I. I hope people don't feel like I'm just adding to their burden but rather that I'm I've given myself permission now to hang out with my friends too and to feel that it is really important way to spend my time and it's valuable and if. I have to leave a little work undone until tomorrow or let my kid order in you know a burger and while I go out with a friend sometimes that is absolutely okay and in fact I'm modeling. You know the importance of friendship for my kids when I do that. So give yourself permission. Go Out with your friends. You will be happier and healthier here. We'll Lydia. Gosh what a great chat we had today. Thank you so much for joining me on the show. Oh thank you so much for having me. This was great absolutely in everyone listening. Thank you for coming back week after week and really looking forward to the next time we all get together to talk nerdy..

"lydia" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

05:31 min | 3 months ago

"lydia" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

"We want them to grow up to be strong and independent in this and that so let them just kind of a part of me is like that's not how the World War One of the La Silo like right technique movement that a lot of people use. I'm not saying I'm critical of it. But basically the goal is a personal validation versus outside validation which I think is a great goal but also at the same time I I was the first when this was being pitched in my house w county now that we are social animal. That's supposed to respond to the pressure of the group. And that's how we all monitoring other keep each other like so. The goal isn't Total Independence. And self validation because you will not work within a group and we are group animal. So I'm a little hesitant to some of those sweeping thoughts thank. You hadn't even looked at my book yet. When you travel within the argument I make a lot of it is that and we especially in the US. We have this real culture of in reality and independence and there's some great things about that but it just sort of fails to acknowledge how much we are a group animal and how much the community matters. You know it's funny. I just came from this conference that was about adolescent development and education and and one of the things that came up was well. What about like if? Kids are being home-schooled if kids are home schooled or they're just doing online courses and often the reason given is because they're being bullied and bullying is a huge problem and it really is You know sometimes there's physical danger and sometimes it's just. It's you really worried about kids mental health but one of the problems is that if they get taken entirely out of social interaction than they're missing out on a huge amount of social learning missing the single most important part of even going to school. It's not yeah you in other ways to learn how to cooperate. Kids need those peer to peer relationships. I'm not trying to judge apparent who who's really afraid for their kids health but they do need to get that peer to peer somewhere else. That is the critical piece of this. Is Maybe that particular school environment is not the right one. I can't judge you know case by case but knowing that peer to peer interaction is essential for kids in that. There's all this stuff that they're going to learn from that. They can't get from their relationship with parents alone is really important. I think it would also be very very tempting as well and I would not fault any parent but again because we project so much of our own experience onto our kids if they are uniquely terrible experience with school. They're that much more likely. I think to be like you know what I'm not putting them through this when you don't know okay so I have somebody for you to be talking to later this this spring of my friend. Judy Warner Is Writing a book called and then they stopped talking to me and it's about making sense of middle school and her whole idea is that parents are putting their own filter middle school on how kids get opposite way. I'm expecting let's say the best. You're my kids won't come to fruition. Now that that can be hard to pull off but or my last question for you is. What is the difference between vertical and Horizontal Relationships? It has to do with authority and an age so vertical relationship would be between parent and Kid. Oh and horizontal. It'd be peer to peer. Oh Okay and so for instance there. Things you get from peer-to-peer horizontal relationship that you can't get from your parents are there's elements of trust and cooperation that come with those kinds of relationships and loyalty but but really importantly to be a good friend. One of the things you have to be able to do is give support. And you don't really get to do that with your parents so much. You really are receiving support. But you're not learning how to give it to and so with your friends you do start to get that give and take and that. That's actually one of the most essential pieces of friendship like at the simplest definition of friendship. Is that it has to have this. Reciprocity in operation to it I constantly obsess about the notion that we are preparing them for a relationship. They'll never have in their life. Which is not gonNA fucking dote on these girls. The way I'm doing it. So as a misleading them. No you're not. You are storing up for them that that is a gift giving them a gift and being wholly loved by one's parents there is nothing better really truly others irregularly say to my wife if they think they're going to get away with this shit with a boyfriend that why they need. Both they need you and then they need those peer to peer relationships those horizontal relationships where they get the message that yeah yeah what worked over. There is not exactly the same over here and you have to be a different person. And so that's my biggest worry about kids who are either isolated or are or then kicked out of school and pure time with parents. Yeah right yeah well the. I'm so glad that you're making this as important as the other health risks that we all kind of observe because again. I'm just a huge proponent of like find your soulmate created identity together. Make each other feel confident. I just think it's the most special glorious thing about being on this ride so friendship the evolution biology and extraordinary power of life's fundamental bond. Pleased by Lydia's book and learn all about this in prioritize in your own life your friendships and model good friendships. Be a good friend receive. Good frankly thank you so much for having me. This was great and I'm so glad. Friendship is such a part of both of your lives through the recipe of our success. Sure is you.

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"lydia" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

05:31 min | 3 months ago

"lydia" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

"We want them to grow up to be strong and independent in this and that so let them just kind of a part of me is like that's not how the World War One of the La Silo like right technique movement that a lot of people use. I'm not saying I'm critical of it. But basically the goal is a personal validation versus outside validation which I think is a great goal but also at the same time I I was the first when this was being pitched in my house w county now that we are social animal. That's supposed to respond to the pressure of the group. And that's how we all monitoring other keep each other like so. The goal isn't Total Independence. And self validation because you will not work within a group and we are group animal. So I'm a little hesitant to some of those sweeping thoughts thank. You hadn't even looked at my book yet. When you travel within the argument I make a lot of it is that and we especially in the US. We have this real culture of in reality and independence and there's some great things about that but it just sort of fails to acknowledge how much we are a group animal and how much the community matters. You know it's funny. I just came from this conference that was about adolescent development and education and and one of the things that came up was well. What about like if? Kids are being home-schooled if kids are home schooled or they're just doing online courses and often the reason given is because they're being bullied and bullying is a huge problem and it really is You know sometimes there's physical danger and sometimes it's just. It's you really worried about kids mental health but one of the problems is that if they get taken entirely out of social interaction than they're missing out on a huge amount of social learning missing the single most important part of even going to school. It's not yeah you in other ways to learn how to cooperate. Kids need those peer to peer relationships. I'm not trying to judge apparent who who's really afraid for their kids health but they do need to get that peer to peer somewhere else. That is the critical piece of this. Is Maybe that particular school environment is not the right one. I can't judge you know case by case but knowing that peer to peer interaction is essential for kids in that. There's all this stuff that they're going to learn from that. They can't get from their relationship with parents alone is really important. I think it would also be very very tempting as well and I would not fault any parent but again because we project so much of our own experience onto our kids if they are uniquely terrible experience with school. They're that much more likely. I think to be like you know what I'm not putting them through this when you don't know okay so I have somebody for you to be talking to later this this spring of my friend. Judy Warner Is Writing a book called and then they stopped talking to me and it's about making sense of middle school and her whole idea is that parents are putting their own filter middle school on how kids get opposite way. I'm expecting let's say the best. You're my kids won't come to fruition. Now that that can be hard to pull off but or my last question for you is. What is the difference between vertical and Horizontal Relationships? It has to do with authority and an age so vertical relationship would be between parent and Kid. Oh and horizontal. It'd be peer to peer. Oh Okay and so for instance there. Things you get from peer-to-peer horizontal relationship that you can't get from your parents are there's elements of trust and cooperation that come with those kinds of relationships and loyalty but but really importantly to be a good friend. One of the things you have to be able to do is give support. And you don't really get to do that with your parents so much. You really are receiving support. But you're not learning how to give it to and so with your friends you do start to get that give and take and that. That's actually one of the most essential pieces of friendship like at the simplest definition of friendship. Is that it has to have this. Reciprocity in operation to it I constantly obsess about the notion that we are preparing them for a relationship. They'll never have in their life. Which is not gonNA fucking dote on these girls. The way I'm doing it. So as a misleading them. No you're not. You are storing up for them that that is a gift giving them a gift and being wholly loved by one's parents there is nothing better really truly others irregularly say to my wife if they think they're going to get away with this shit with a boyfriend that why they need. Both they need you and then they need those peer to peer relationships those horizontal relationships where they get the message that yeah yeah what worked over. There is not exactly the same over here and you have to be a different person. And so that's my biggest worry about kids who are either isolated or are or then kicked out of school and pure time with parents. Yeah right yeah well the. I'm so glad that you're making this as important as the other health risks that we all kind of observe because again. I'm just a huge proponent of like find your soulmate created identity together. Make each other feel confident. I just think it's the most special glorious thing about being on this ride so friendship the evolution biology and extraordinary power of life's fundamental bond. Pleased by Lydia's book and learn all about this in prioritize in your own life your friendships and model good friendships. Be a good friend receive. Good frankly thank you so much for having me. This was great and I'm so glad. Friendship is such a part of both of your lives through the recipe of our success. Sure is you.

US Judy Warner Lydia
"lydia" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

03:01 min | 3 months ago

"lydia" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

"World Com welcome. Welcome to armchair expert experts on expert. I'm Monica Kaufman. And I'm joined by then rivers. I think someone sent me something like. Would you like contact interview? Damn I was like. Oh my goodness yes. I would love to introduce Dan. Rather as Dan Rather. What about Monica on? Do you think she existed. Let's scour the. She has some backwater rural. Tennessee is an urologist. Can't wait to meet her today. We have a really really appropriate guest because look hopefully most of us are self quarantined. You're not and you have to work first of all. Thank you so much to the people that are working and risking their health working at grocery stores delivering food all the different services that we need man and my grateful for all you guys to the doctors everyone in the medical community putting themselves at risk to help us. Thank you all so appreciated and Madonna say about that Monica. Yeah and also. It's part of our responsibility if you're not one of those people to help those people al by staying home. Yeah just what we're doing so this episode is really important. We have with us. Lidia den worth. She's a science journalist and author. She's a contributing editor for scientific American and writes for psychology today. Her work has also appeared in the Atlantic Newsweek. The New York Times The Wall Street Journal and time and she has written a very very wonderful book about friendship in the value of it the biology the science the science behind it in how crucial it is to us to thrive on this planet. It's just a wonderful message. I think to be hearing at this time. And we talked about the fact check but again it can be very isolating right now so you know what call people may be instead of text. Here's someone's voice face time with them here yours. Let them see your face zoom. Do all these things. They're very helpful. I'll suggest should be noted that we also know that people want as much normal see as they can get right now but things are feeling topsy turvy so you know. We didn't episode on Monday. Focusing on what's going on but we're GONNA get back to normal. We're going to start having a regularly scheduled shows that aren't about what's going on and hopefully it will provide some and I will often make jokes about cove nineteen because that's my nature and it doesn't mean I am at all downplaying the seriousness of it. We gotTA laugh we. I think everyone should be taking every precaution. I feel horrendous for anyone whose family members are suffering from it and also I will continue to make lots of jokes about it so without further ado. Please enjoy lydia den worth. We are supported by Miandi back. And you'RE GONNA be in trouble now. I was just staying at your home. Yes and you have a dirty clothes in your room and I noticed it's just Stockholm young Nelson..

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Kashmiris struggle to get Coronavirus news in the wake of communications blackout by Indian government

PRI's The World

04:59 min | 3 months ago

Kashmiris struggle to get Coronavirus news in the wake of communications blackout by Indian government

"For many people like you. Perhaps stuck at home spending lots of time online. The nonstop flood of news about the pandemic might feel like information overload. Imagine though not being able to get any updates about Cova nineteen or how it's spreading or how to protect yourself. That's the reality right now for millions of people in indian-controlled Kashmir here's the world's Lydia Amana lead with that story is you who are. Vanni is an attorney in New York but in the wake of cove in nineteen. He's found himself being asked to play public health. Experts from time to time. People are very highly about the information. Vanni is originally from Kashmir a disputed region between India and Pakistan. He's still has lots of family there. I have my elderly parents. I am really worried about them. And my siblings worried. Because he says they haven't been able to get good information about cove. Nineteen the reason terrible Internet. It's been bad since August. That's when the Indian government crackdown on Kashmir and imposed a communications blackout. No Internet no phones. Nothing since then. The government has restored some access to the Internet. But it's really really slow. That's by von is family is constantly turning to him with questions about the corona virus. They are they are. They are very much confused about it. So a few days ago Vanni had an idea. He teamed up with a relative who works as a scientist for the CDC the Centers for Disease Control and made a short video social distancing. Turn GOING TO DUMP truck on your wireless wearable video. Which they posted on Youtube walks people through some basic information about the corona virus. Like how do you get it? And what can you do not to get it? Vanni says they made the file very low quality so Kashmiri with poor Internet connection could still watch it for many people. It took hours to download. My friends have told me that it has taken them indicted night. Some people couldn't view it at all. And there's all kinds of information that people across Kashmir can't get like updates from the world health organization videos on proper handwashing the latest news about where the virus is spreading so it's falling to people in Kashmir people like Heck Zubeir to fill in the gaps. My entire show is now about corona virus and do a four hour long show. Zubeir hosts the breakfast show for radio. Mir t ninety eight point three in Kashmir. Her shows usually pretty light with fun stories. Local celebrity guests occasionally news recently though. It's been all corona virus all the time because the internet speed is very very slow. We have to make sure that we do not leave out anything. We have to make sure that we give out information as much as we can. But that's really hard to do because she herself has trouble. Seeing the latest news and videos. Local officials are posting. I don't know how to do it without Internet. I genuinely don't she says other news outlets. Tv newspapers have also stepped up their corona virus coverage. But the situation is not ideal. People might miss a broadcast not rediscovery. They can't look things up on their own time. When you don't have the correct information what happens is misinformation that means rumors are spreading and people don't even know what their local government is doing to prevent the virus from spreading and that's caused a lot of panic. People are suffering in Kashmir. It's really hard for US mustard. Sarah is twenty six years old. She's a photographer in Kashmir. She's that almost everything is closed. Streets are empty. People have been asked to stay inside though sometimes. Zora says she can't help herself. She wants to go out and take photos but my mom stops me everytime she told me that down. Your car don't out. It's really hard one of the things that's really hard is feeling cut off. It's difficult to post on social media. People can't video chat with family members. Some people can't even text. We cannot do anything. People are really festive. There is anxiety every slow. Internet is also hurting the more than one million students forced to stay home. Schools have been closed for about two weeks now and there's no way to offer online. Classes people in Kashmir are not the only ones dealing with government imposed Internet restrictions. Right now that are happening in Ethiopia en Marche Bengladeshi according to the advocacy group access. Now many people are calling on these governments to restore Internet access because the slower the access the slower response to this pandemic

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Lydia Fenet of Christie's Auction House on Creating Your Career Path

Skimm'd from The Couch

05:12 min | 4 months ago

Lydia Fenet of Christie's Auction House on Creating Your Career Path

"Most important thing you can do especially as who starting in a company is work with your boss to create your career path. I always tell people I have three small children. I have a charity auctions at night. I'm married I have friends that I need to be in touch with so I don't sit at my desk every day thinking about your career. So don't come to me when you're about to walk out of the door because you don't feel like you're being appreciated come to me at your performance review a year before you want something because that is usually how long. It's GonNa take me to get what I need for. You so wanNA raise you want to be the director of the Department here. The two things you know what about when somebody doesn't know what they want their path to be view should be talking to your boss to help figure that out and you may not ever figure it out. I mean it may be one of those things that evolves over time get your boss invested in your career. There's nothing worse than losing someone who's worked on your team for three or four years three or four years that go out of the door and then you have to train someone to bring them back in. A lot of us grew up working in a place where facetime was integral. And I don't mean facetime on the phone. I mean like you actually had to be your desk and you didn't have the ability to negotiate with your boss about certain things that we're going to make you stay at a company that is a reality. Now and people want to stay at their company so start those conversations from the minute you get there. I was with a young woman recently that you mentored and she has a daytime job to make a lot of money and on the side she also is trying to do like a side project for somebody and she's not getting paid and you told her you ask for money ask for thousand dollars now. The thousand dollars is not going to change her lifestyle. I want you to walk me through where that advice comes from and what your feelings are around how to get additional experience and improve yourself while also taking care of yourself absolutely. There are so many things and I see this specifically in young women. I see this actually in all women that I know the idea that your time and that your experience is up for volunteer at any given time and it drives me insane because if you have a skill set that you can do better than other people and you're helping someone who does not have that skill set then. Money can be exchanged. It doesn't have to be. You can choose to volunteer your time like I choose to volunteer my time for charities. That is a choice. But if you want to make money from that and that will make a little extra cash for you to have in your pocket. Why not ask and I think in this position with this young woman. She's working with someone who can absolutely afford to pay. Her is asking for certain things that she can check off list and these are things that she can do for her. So why not ask? I want you to give me retrospective advice. I was working as an associate producer. Not Making a lot of money. I was trying to get more money and more experienced so I became friendly with a talent at the network. I worked at and volunteered. Chew be a graphics producer at night so my totally my own time. Not In my daytime hours. They said I could get paid a stipend to other people who were my level found out. I was doing it and we're like I want that experience too so they also asked that same talent who is lovely and said. Short won't can help out then. They had no money to pay so they took away the money. How do you think I should have dealt with that? Honestly you dealt with it the way that probably should have dealt with it. Which is people found out? It wasn't a one time thing. The end result was a result that you didn't have control over at the end of the day. So in that case you think it was okay to get the experience again. This is your time you can choose to volunteer your time. That's always what I say but if there is money to be happy you're right to ask the fact that to other people found out and then they didn't have money to pay was unfortunate for you certainly but at the end of the day that was the reality of that situation but no. I absolutely think you should always ask. I think that that is the takeaway. And that's what we hear so much is that there is a trend and I'm not saying this is generational China. I think it's something that women we tend to do. Which is lead with volunteer first and then gain the courage to ask to get paid and I think a lot of that is that they're scared. The answer's going to be no. Were you ever scared that the answer is going to be no? How'd you get over? That always scared that the answer was going to be no. I always say that it's almost fighting through the IC right. It's that feeling your stomach where you're just. You don't really know what the answer is going to be. And I'm sure that you guys have had this because you have a company in the asks that you're making her of people who have huge platforms of their own and time constraints of their own. When I was reading the book there are thirty three case studies of women. Everyone from Martha Stewart and Arianna Huffington. Two women that I know who've built businesses and I started with sixty people on the list. So what does that tell you? And there was one woman she was one of my. I E mails that went out and I remember sitting there. You know with with the send button trying to push myself to do it because I knew that she was going to say no and she did say no and I remember the email coming back and I thought to myself. Well now you know what it feels like. It's not that bad so you'll be fine and every time I got to know after that it was

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Lydia Fenet, Global Director at Christie's Auction House: 'I was making a third of what everyone else was making.'

Skimm'd from The Couch

10:31 min | 4 months ago

Lydia Fenet, Global Director at Christie's Auction House: 'I was making a third of what everyone else was making.'

"Today. Lydia fournette joins us on skimmed from the couch. She's the global director of strategic partnerships at Christie's auction house. She's also very lead benefit auctioneer and she's raised over half a billion dollars for charities around the world. Lydia has taken the lessons. She's learned while paving her own career path and has put them in her book for you entitled the most powerful woman in the room is you. Lydia welcomed the skin from the couch. Great to be here. You have the coolest job and we're going to get into but I just want you to skim your resume for us well. My resume is actually kind of short. I've worked at Christie's auction house in New York for twenty one years. I started as an intern and had worked at the company for basically two internships and then was hired out of an internship. I ran the events department for basically ten years on and off started at the bottom grew up in about five or six years in everyone above me left and the job was mine and it was during that time that I realized that there was a side business that you could do. There called benefit auctioning. So you're not the art auction. You're you're not on the Podium Selling Monet's Picasso's essentially you are the person who is getting on stage at eleven o'clock at night at a charity auction trying to raise money for a nonprofit when no one wants to buy anything and so those were really my two jobs for a long time about ten years into my career decided to launch a new department called Strategic Partnerships for the company which I now run globally and I run the large scale benefit auctions around the world for Christie's now as well so really fun job and I earlier love it. What is something not on your linked in that we should know about you. I am a mom of three. I am a veracious runner and I love more than anything to be with people. It's my favorite thing in the world. Have you always been like that? Yes absolutely I am a natural extrovert. There's no question about it. I always think it's funny when people say so. What do you do for downtime? I call my friends and hanging out with them. I try to former for trying to find more friends. The exact opposite quota and my husband too. He loves being themselves and always trying to get in the room to talk to him. And we're very different. Let's bring you into my fold so before we explain. Actually what your job is in day to day? I just want you to tell our audience because I think you are the rare person who's really been at the same company for their career. What is your best piece of advice for how to get hired as an intern fulltime? I think being persistent and really walking into an interview as an intern and making sure that they understand that. You're going to work hard. I know that sounds like the craziest thing to say because it seems pretty obvious to me but I can tell you that. I've probably had eighty or ninety interns over my twenty years at Christie's I can tell you the fifteen who I still remember. I think that internships are such an amazing opportunity to do two things meet people in a company and is that because I shredded paper. My entire first internship at Christie's but guess what the shredder was by the elevator. So I met every single person going in and out of there and I'll introduce yourself I mean people are standing there waiting and remember. This was pre iphone so there was nothing to do. I just stand there and wait but I would stand there and just sort of. Make an off comment about something. That was happening her. You know something as easy as still shredding which people feel sorry for you. They start to talk to you. They always knew I was so they'd always come back. And then there was joke you're still shredding and like I sure am how's your day going. You know just a quick introduction and all of a sudden they remember my face and so when I see them at an event later that week or checking people in special events there was sort of that name recognition that facial recognition so. I just think an internship is the time that people don't realize you get a recommendation from someone that you're interning with in a job. That's very senior in a company in that stays with you for the rest of your life. How did you get your foot in the door? At Christie's I knew nothing about the auction world. I grew up in a small town in Louisiana. My parents were not art collectors but I did a junior semester abroad at Oxford University. While I was there I read an article about the auction world. When Princess Diana's dresses were being. Sold for charity. Yes I remember. Yeah new talks about Christie's and it talks about this auction world and honestly if you knew anything about me my whole life is created in my mind so well. This seems like the place that I should work. I mean it's glamorous people travel. You're meeting all of these people to my earlier point and so I basically started talking about how he was going to work. At Christie's I ninety nine percent of the people I knew had no idea what curtseys was. But my dad who is just such a charismatic amazing man. We were at a Christmas party of a family friend in Baton Rouge Louisiana which is not a bastion of art collecting and there was a young woman who was doing her. She just started at Christie's as an assistant to an assistant. And so my dad pulled me over and he said you've been talking about this place. This woman actually works there and this is when I think sometimes the universe really. If you're open to it helps you in your path. I said to her. Can I get the internship coordinator because I was still in college at this point and she gave me her number and so I started calling this woman and it was so late in the game? I had no idea what I was doing. I was coming from Louisiana. The wasn't so as a New York everybody knew about internships and so I basically just calling her and she kept saying the same thing which was. Ot I'm so sorry you know. The internship program is full but remember there was no caller. Id and that day so had to pick up her phone. She had no idea and every day I would call for two straight weeks and I kept thinking to myself like there has to be a way to make her understand that I have to be there so I have to figure this out and so I would kind of right through a list of questions that I could ask her. That might make her. Think a little bit differently about me and so one day I just hit the nail on the head. I asked her. Can I just ask you something before you hang up on me which you tell me why? The internship has to be closed at thirty people and she said well you know we do museum trips in the afternoon and so yeah. I mean you all of a sudden I was like well. I don't have to go on a museum. It's fine you know and and so I sort of vocalized that I said well listen. I don't have to go on a museum field trip. I could stay and I'm sure they're GONNA be interns. Who were sick and maybe I could fill in over. I mean honestly one college that point. Let's be serious and I think she was so for me to just stop calling her. She said look let me think about it and she hung up the phone and then she called me back an hour later and said I could do a modified internship and I say now that I'm pretty. I went on almost every single one of those museums. You know that's the funny thing because of course someone doesn't show up you know when I hear the story. We're both kind of like smiling at you. Love the fearlessness. A love gutsiness that you had an end poise at a very young age. She just go after this. Both of us had a similar tenacity but didn't have your extroverted part to our story. It's hard exhausting to put yourself out there like that and people come to us for advice all the time. It actually was just talking to a girl yesterday who just as out of college and was trying to get advice on how to network and I was like you have an email address a corporal where you work the big building just email people just like what. What are you say? So very literally. What do you say when you call what you say when you email? I always think the key to networking and my father has the best catch phrase that you will use for the rest of your life which networker die He truly believes networking is the only reason you exist. Charlotte. I would say that the most important thing you WanNa do when you're networking is distinguish yourself from other people immediately. So what makes you unique? Because you can google anybody sitting across the table from you. And I think that that's what people lose and the networking element that makes it really difficult for them because they're trying to play the part of somebody else the easiest way to sell us to sell yourself because when you're talking about yourself in a way that feels authentic. It doesn't feel uncomfortable. This is who you are. So you're just putting yourself out there. What you have get used to is the take it or leave it quality of that and I think that that's difficult for an extrovert or introvert. You know nobody likes for somebody to shut them down but at the same time you'll never get anything unless you put yourself out there. I want to talk about something that I think is a common thing between the media world and the art world. Which is they're highly competitive. It's hard to get that first foot in the door and if you are lucky enough to get it you're usually working a ton and not getting paid a lot and the question that we get all the time is how do they think about that first job do they take the job that they really. WanNa take that. Is You know the internship right. And it's a hard choice and wondering what advice you have for people out there who are looking to break into these industries and also have real financial restraints. Absolutely I think we all have we restraints. We live in New York City or even the the outlying areas around the city. It's incredibly expensive. And so I say to people especially about the art world. Can you live without our? Is it the kind of thing that you've literally wake up every morning in think I have to be around it? It drives me is my passion in if the answer is yes then it probably makes sense for you to be an intern or to take a job that is going to get you on that track over time and it may not pay exactly what you want so you may have to get a second job to make that happen but you have to understand that. That is a choice that you're making it that is not your passion and you just want to do it because it looks fun from the outside and this is what. I wish I had said to myself all those years ago. Go and get a job that pays you what you want. And this is something that you can evolve as a side hustle over the course of your life and then you bring those skills to the place where you interviewed as an intern. And I think that that's one of those things that can seem kind of shortsighted and especially in this day and age where people are hopping from company after one year or six months. Or whatever if you really understand the trajectory of a career. It's long so if you do the work at the beginning and you get to a place where you are making a salary to afford the life that you want you can pivot into the art world. You can pivot into the media world and you have a skill set that you're bringing that you didn't have when you were applying as an intern so you will get paid for that. So people do get paid in these companies. They may not get paid what people in startups get paid but they do get paid. Sometimes you just have to start a little bit more mid level than you would when you think that you should start as an

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Coronavirus: Thousands on cruise ship allowed to disembark after tests

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00:27 sec | 4 months ago

Coronavirus: Thousands on cruise ship allowed to disembark after tests

"News our asylum couple is among the thousands of passengers finally being allowed to leave our Holland America cruise ship the western dam is tried to dock in five different ports but it's been refused entry over concerns about corona virus that ship finally allowed to dock in Cambodia in a phone interview with the times Lydia Miller said we are pretty happy and pretty relieved she says they also spent the last several days playing which you described as millions of games of ping

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DJ Colleen 'Cosmo' Murphy on David Mancuso

Rock N Roll Archaeology

08:37 min | 5 months ago

DJ Colleen 'Cosmo' Murphy on David Mancuso

"We're joined today by a very special guest asked Colleen Murphy known to nightclubs the world as DJ. COSMO welcome colleen. We'll be talking later about Lydia lunch launch and featured writer Darrell easily. But let's start with the main reason we've asked you'd to enter the world's back pages cover they tell. Tell us a little bit of wells February. This year is the fiftieth. I Love David. Mine cruisers loft passes you playing in New York at the fiftieth anniversary of the music. Yes yeah would it be fed cycling. The you are sort of Dave Matthews representative on. I think that's a few days few people I think one thing. That's very important to say about the Loft and David is is that he didn't think the party was even just about him And it's really about a sense of community. I am one of the caretakers Roy. And that's how he would speak. Speak to me about it and then meet considered himself a caretaker of the loft. I mean it was very much she said like the loft is a given name. I should back up because he I started doing parties in his own. Home at six forty seven Broadway picture phone. Google Street still fibrous building. Think he started throwing informal party in one thousand nine hundred sixty eight years that I was born and he didn't really make them into proper weekly party. He is with a contribution until February fourteenth nineteen seventy and he called it. A love saves the day but then the law was given name because it was a law. People are you're going. Hey going over there to that. Law became the name of the Party. Yeah well let's go. I will go by. When did you first when you start really getting the music? When did you start? DJ -ING Myself. One thousand nine hundred eighty two when I was fourteen. Wow I had A. I was quite lucky. I had a radio station in my high school. Alive is ten watts got basically to the edges of my town. My small suburban New England towns where I was the only one that played music. That wasn't top forty already and that wasn't classic rock. Although we did have one Christian music special not my show and I had a radio show for four years so the first year I was actually playing fifties and sixties speak. Because I was really into that. I was reading my uncle's record collection at the time and I had grown up. My parents didn't listen to a lot of music music at home but when we listen to music in the car and a Sunday drive we listen to people like Wolfman Jack still had a syndicated radio show and another one was already woo Ginsburg art show and she was all like the all those oldies and I just knew them inside and out and then my uncle lived if down the street from me and I used to raid his record collection. Because I I was given A. Ge Trim Line Record Player portable record player. Hand me down when I was about twelve. And that's when I really started getting properly into albums. The first one was Moody Blues Days of Future Past. That was my first obsession. Actually there's a proper album album. That's twelve the following year but my first year in high school freshman year. I had that old show the next year I started to more expensive. Expansive kind of new wave shows GALVEZ Castillo. Lot of Elena lavish fifty. Two's a little bit hard core stuff do that. It was kind of coming out really into black flag and the evanger all sorts of like the T. scene and then the following year. I had a show my friend. Mary crusoe called PUNK FUNK and junk. And that's where the name Cosmo was born because she became remix remix and I came cozma because there was a bound electro bound call nucleus and they had their. Dj was 'cause Moan. It's yell. Cosmo Gimme a beat. We we had sweatshirts that we may with our names on the back. We rock around arguing. Glenn High School you know no one else really was into that music and and then my final year. I had a show called strawberry alarm clock because I was still into sixty stuff. There was the whole kind of Paisley popping that was going on and I was working at a record shop. It was this chain store at that time called strawberries and because I had a show in the morning I worked at strawberries. Strawberry alarm clock and that was very eclectic. Six show pickup from a strawberry alarm clock to Chardonnay to black flag. To I mean it was just whatever my found was so yeah. I think I'll all ten listeners. Left at ease from the to some discussions Our B let's pick trajectory. I mean having said got my first GIG that I went to was the funk. FESTS and Providence Rhode Island's gap one way grandmaster Melle and bark as it was also going to few kind of Electrobi- clubs and Roxbury like my mom knows this mom. If you're listening to before center later I was into of course prince you know and slept out for tickets for the purple rain tour later. The cleaners tonight on Worcester Massachusetts so but luckily in Boston. Because I was outside Boston. We have great radio because we had college. Radio stations actually also brown station to Providence. Had a really good funk show and we had kissed one away with Sunny Joe White and so it was a commercial kind of I hate saying the word black music because I just don't think music has a color but I was going to do it for simplicity's sake right now and I used to listen to his show to. This is quite eclectic. I wouldn't say that wasn't the music. I was collecting and really it was quite a trajectory because I moved to New York Nine hundred eighty six eighty six okay and I went to Nyu and the reason I picked NYU's. I had to get out of Boston. It had the best college radio stations in the country. And I knew that's what I wanted and I knew that's where I wanted to be an somehow. We scrambled together loans and scholarships and got there. Because I was the first kid in my family to go to university. It wasn't expected to make sure and I went in the first week to. WNYC stations that high want to work work here and that they became my it was my family was my home intact and I ended up becoming program director and into the whole bunch of radio shows including the anchor show which was the new the afternoon. Show which is a three and a half hour drive time show where we played everything from like Nick Cave to the Belgian stuff. That was coming out of the cold ways stuff to you know to the four. AD cocteau twins Dunkin downs to everything so that was great. And then after that I produced syndicated radio shows I interviewed a lot of these bounds. Probably hundreds of pounds really that was syndicated to I think. Two hundred radio stations across country college radio stations. It was called Music View. And I even like you know a huge butthole surfers found at that time tall leary fifteen times and I. I mean Nick Cave loads of people I kind of and then all the Brit- British stuff too. Because I had always been an anglophile because growing up I was really into new order. J in addition in the Smith and seeing all these bounds of the cure fats down on stage. You want to dismiss legendary Gigs Boston so I was really and an anglophile as well. I was interviewing lows of bands like the verve and away Sis Anita all these bounds as well but I started going to save his. Party's we'll probably find Jim Sullivan's review of that show where she danced on the stage. And then I looked it up before because it was less. It's amazing one thing that's amazing. What the Internet is you can find? Old Settlers started listening to my first grateful dead show over and over last week. Some army onto a slight like March twenty second nine hundred eighty seven. The opening of the Spring Tour in Virginia Beach started listening to that. And you can find all track lists and I can find a photo the butthole surfers show the channel that I went. I mean it's amazing what you can find so. I did research and the smiths that that Smith's game was quite a big

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New Year, new Boston City charter?

WBZ Afternoon News

00:27 sec | 6 months ago

New Year, new Boston City charter?

"Boston's new city council plans to take another look at the charter in Boston the globe says East Boston counselor Lydia Edwards once a hearing to go over the charter and possibly call for amendments to shake things up a little bit she says Bostonians deserve a government that's not just responsive to their daily needs but also the fundamental challenges of our time her words Boston's charter was last amended in nineteen ninety

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Christmas Racing Review: Part 2

The Final Furlong Podcast

08:38 min | 6 months ago

Christmas Racing Review: Part 2

"Welcome to our second festive review on the final furlong podcast on Miss Kennedy alongside Bet Fares Connor. Hello Hello Welcome back. My French French TV show. There wasn't it I I like that. What about do you want to do the accident? You can do not Lulu simple. It is also the glorious return from a long absence of at the races. Irish tipster on one of the best writers in the game final. Furlong podcast legend. Tony Kanaan his back on the show up. Build up the only one who really gives us some but this is you. Don't be hyping it up and down and happy new everyone Beta Beta. We agree to bike and show. We'll be talking reassessment and good risk that it's great to have you back. I know that you are incredibly busy. Best of luck a new bundle of joy on the way as well for the New Year so the workload is going to get even harder in in the house but looking forward to having you on the podcast a bit more and particularly unity with you and the children preview with you in the usual venue all being well and we're looking forward to that so look that'll be better Caracas. Well let's get into our review so in part one with Jess and Kate. We look back at Saint. Stephen's Day and boxing day from here. We're going from the twenty seven th onwards. So we'll start with the Patty's rewards club loyalties altis did look for rewards chase. This was check on poor soil is supposed to be crowning moment. I guess his return. He done a brilliant piece of work or at least it looked that way. Danny Mullen said worn the head cam it all it very impressive buddy got blown away. By the two stars of the moment Henry Debrum head and Rachel Blackmore the story on the fair exchange beforehand Karen. I presume shotgun personnel was being well-supported Yeah Second Priscilla laws. I mean this was the hartaway. We're all hoping to see over Christmas. This harstad we spoke about before Christmas was one of the ones who are really excited to see this race and never really for me got GEICO and in the race it did hit a low point. Few eight hundred surround want to four ALU tired hides a BS five point five which is nine to two and did eleven or ten into one in running which again until surprise me to be honest. I mean our plutarch's the youngest one in the race I suppose the kind of almost forgot how amazing and I wrote Shetland. Moore's last time I if I was looking at the shotgun slot ruin it. I don't know twenty split seemed to be almost missing an extra year when it it was coming up. I like to know what they are going to do. Now both does a lot of reasons. I suppose that you could still be in the campus. Well which can persuade was it. I ruin and so will I know some people have said the populist Carson maybe not sold audible for me but I'd like to see off new tired now go onto the right air. I'd like to see how we get on with that and shocking. We'll give it. We'll give one more ago. I wouldn't show the baby out with water. Just it was a disappointing on a strange Leopardstown and a strange Christmas relief for Willie mullins because a number of his big guns severely disappointed. Some of them had very a legitimate excuses. He still ended up being top trainer at Leopardstown which was odd considering the amount of bubbles that were burst but Gordon Elliott currently has a five hundred thousand euro lead over in the trainer's title but sh- as Brian Flanagan said whisper. That one quietly that he's currently got that lead. What did you make out of a plutarch? Let's start with the winner. Tony Ryanair as is the target for him much to Roy frustration. But this was in. This was impressive. Maybe we'll take Willie mullins Christmas for steroid very intentional Christmas and for a yard strange. They're we're having a strange season and history at no over the last couple of weeks mont seventeen eighteen percent whereas there's like William Orleans seasons past twenty percent thirty percent the question. I was asking me winning where all the new horses Commodore Chat Chat. lapis tones past year could be shared with emboldens would have maybe a couple of French horses. That hadn't been seen in on the days run in the mid and orders you'd be seen six to four in the morning east hates. Take that on 'cause off four to five and winds fifteen minutes and you're kicking yourself do toss this year are- recycling the same incident. Orders the fee spirituality. I wanted on Stevens the business and and the game it's Josh. Let's call him Jones. Noga be the Donnie Colorado's debate and Henry sources wherever wherever the new communist of the bar. Quick questions is is. Don't think deeply who's really nervous order the minutes. Jesus is Avenue. Thank you see what I'm getting at this time does pass to be fit the top of a novice whore you'll be thinking about not supreme body body more stats or whatever not this year so that that's a little bit strange. They last year obviously young harsh on in the champion Bumper Cheltenham. Blue Saturday. He'd already disbands. We may talk about emily and so some slightly stain season going on now William owners now some of them just come back to check on Bush lost some of them. You could argue are are needing to run a little bit. That would not be the usually it would win over the years so I was bit. Negatively is the bubble burst Chakma Shaw possibly reports this and he don't have a sort of an impossibly high salen after punches. Tony he destroyed. You officers the officers coming from win and grade wants and as has been pointed out that was. NBC's and follow him. He was a fresh horse. Daffy wasn't fresh injected Geneva wasn't fresh that lottery at that stage taught zoning twenty-seven Puerto a little bit of Lydia. NYDIA is good for very good place. When he tip evening free bought him a electors? The winner m writing is put in the salvaged performance. was dimissed. This one and I was amazed to cope with the drop in trip. Am I tipped this shop and I didn't think this was remotely possible that it was going to afford enough augments stick this Richard said he was on his head a little bit early on. Didn't didn't really look that way and I talked. He was well on top after last. was never allowed on. And you know what I think is he just. After taking another mass of jump he looked very good and am NASTYA. Henry says you need. They're enforcing motor navin. I know he's just he's just a proper a he is only faith it chuck. You'll be seeing all this scope which is seven had raised in France before it came to. Willie mullins wait. It didn't roll Naomi. Ah for whatever many days and just look this up here and toes and named is needed wasn't trained for those days those teams you know for good copy. So I'm I'm a little bit lukewarm checking schlock boat incredibly positive on a plutot on Henry debris made 'em noth- known for Shea and away from big risk so I'm wondering are they going to go championships with this horse and I'd be interested in them. Not just was a brilliant performance and dig a statement another step forward. I was very good on the clock as what trainer comments can always be open to interpretation. And that's something that Mara was referencing in our bonus. Bonus betting special podcast. which if you haven't listened to strongly recommend that you do that? He often takes trainer comments with a pinch of salt and he's more interested in just doing his own form work and coming up to his own conclusions. The initial plan was Ryanair. That was what they were. They were staging they were going to do. And of course. That's the distance that he the handicapped children last year. But Roy was putting the source up as a big price for the champion chase at the start of the season and you have jost post given him a little bit more encouragement. And when you look at the current Marcus like does a question mark over your deputy Sawyer is coming through and has looked very good. He's passed every test so far. But there's probably going to need a little bit more

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"lydia" Discussed on The Nordic Mum

The Nordic Mum

01:40 min | 7 months ago

"lydia" Discussed on The Nordic Mum

"Don't need to accumulate stuff you know what I mean going nice experiences of meeting because the kids will remember that experience that you give them them going skiing ice skating you know lake in Finland but they won't remember that present physical thing that you gave them so they always they went. Remember it in two weeks time so yes some that got enough stuff you know and that actually need a lotta stuff to be happy. They experiences and really important. Well thank you so much Ludia. It's being a pleasure speaking with you. And where cast by my listeners. Found you waken they follow. Oh your journey. I'm on instagram. Just Lydia less ALAH on facebook And Yeah that's about it too much time on social media but that they can kind of keep up on I'll share. Something's not if you think everything in moderation absolutely and we will be linked to body is on your social media handle in our Laura Poitras notes that thank you again. Thanks same out. Thank you so much for listening to sign at the notify now go and check off the Nordic Dot Com for third resources and reading and this episode shown notes and the blog post you can also sign up for my Phoenix discern search recipe book for free at the website. Pump the get you again next week for another episode of the Nordic Mom..

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How Rare Are All-Black Chickens?

BrainStuff

03:19 min | 9 months ago

How Rare Are All-Black Chickens?

"It's not often that you look at an animal and think I bet all the goth kids wish they had a chicken like that meet the IM to money the Peter Murphy or Robert Smith Smith or Lydia dates or darth vader chickens. Pick your pop culture reference. All visible parts of this chickens exterior feathers beak tongue comb and talents are black back and it would seem as if darkness should end there but not so it's inky exterior is just a teaser darkness within it turns out the bones organs begins and muscles of the IMG are all black as well which in addition to their rarity explains why these birds are so popular amongst chicken aficionados. They're also dubbed the Lamborghini of poultry because the going price for these guys can range between two hundred dollars for a single egg layer hen and five thousand dollars for a full grown mating pair her native to the Indonesian island of Java. Im Toumani has been used in rituals and kept status pets by the elite for centuries. They were thought thought to have black enchanted blood. The lift curses or heal ailments strangely enough. The blood is one of the only obviously normally pigmented things about these birds aside from there cream colored eggs but when you look at an im money the superstitions around. It's being magical seemed completely rational because this chicken is gorgeous gorgeous in the sunlight. Their plumage matt black like a charcoal briquet. It's cured dozens like a Hubble telescope rendering of Nebula in deep space like looking into the most hypnotic not all covered pedal in the mall parking lot. These chickens are complete knockouts but why what could possibly cause a chicken's flesh and bones to appear to have been pickled in India ink it turns out I am to money is the world's most extreme example of a condition called dermal hyper pigmentation or fiber melanomas three other chicken varieties have this condition to varying degrees the silky Bam tim the Vietnamese Kung and the Swedish sport Kuna and I couldn't find pronunciations on those last two. I hope I didn't butcher them too. Terribly research published in two thousand eleven revealed this genetic condition causes strange behavior in chicken in embryos precursors to Melanin sites which are the cells that produce the pigment Melanin pigment that gives our human hair eyes and skin dark color usually the precursors to Mona sites in chicken embryos wind up in just the skin and eyes of the developing birds but in chickens with fiber melanomas those precursors travel throughout all the tissues of the embryo and what's more they don't shut down the usual stage instead they continue to multiply by creating way more Melania sites than usual which leads to the hyperinflation that we see in these birds once they hatch strangely enough scientists believed the mutation that leads to fiber melanomas and chickens is so unusual that it most likely happened only once in a single bird that lived thousands of years ago. No one knows how gene transfer I the globe from one jet black bird but Marco Polo wrote in twelve ninety eight about black boned chickens while he was traveling in Asia so the gene probably made its way around the world via trade routes interestingly even though the flesh I am. Toumani looks strange. It reportedly tastes just like chicken.

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"lydia" Discussed on The RobCast

The RobCast

05:00 min | 1 year ago

"lydia" Discussed on The RobCast

"This year has been incredible now. I'm going to go out and do the show. Oh and you are going to get to meet Reverend Lydia Reverend Lydia is in the back house. This is your first time here correct. It is my first time here. It's a pleasure to be here here. I'm so glad you could come over thank you. I have so many questions so this is reverend. Lydia Sewn S. O. H.. N. Certified Registered Minister Your Spiritual Salita pastor in a church. That's right Minister Reverend. I like Reverend Lydia though yeah it's kind of bad ass yeah. I've ever Lydia people call him pastor Lydia okay. I have a bunch of things about a ask you about but I I I stumbled across the writing you did about interviewing people in their eighties nineties. Just ninety s people in the nineties. Where did the idea come from so as a united Methodist Minister and and that's a mainline denomination so the mainline denomination currently has an aging population in a way that's really unique right now? Because the height of the mainline denominations Iowa say was at in the nineteen fifties and sixties after world all were to during the suburban expansion so it's like a cultural phenomenon whole cultural phenomena religious cultural sociological economic yeah host war phenomena yes and so that Protestant Liberal Church church is this gigantic institution that took shape and it was at its height after World War Two and that's the denomination just happened to join because I was I fell into it. I guess you could say and fell in love with theology of the United Methodist Church although right now we're having some debates about the L._G._B._T._Q.. I A issue which is going to probably be an interesting thing for our future but I was serving a church with people who were decades older than me. This was back in two thousand fifteen right after I was commissioned sent to my very first church your hold so right now thirty five so you're late twenties early early thirty early thirties ladies yes and your job is to go be a spiritual leader for people like in their eighties nineties. That's right yeah it was that intimidatingly older than me. It was very intimidating and I came into it thinking and they're also it was predominantly white congregation the congregation that I was sent to in Arcadia and I came into it thinking that I wouldn't be able to connect with any of these folks that were racially and culturally so different from me and whether or not yeah I knew it I had these preconceptions about older the elderly and I would I would say I had I had to preconceptions main preconceptions of I is that they become more sage like overtime same kind of transcending desires and yearnings and sort of detached floating above yes floating above it all is a great way to say or that they became a little bit <hes> jaded about life and it turns out. Neither of those preconceptions happened to be correct as I was inner interacting with these people who were double my age constantly and I think the moment that I I had this Aha moment of how wrong that preconception was was when I was ministering to a woman who was in her eighties. They're not in her nineties <hes> in her eighties weeping because she had fallen in love with a man who wasn't her husband she was a widow and who couldn't return her affections eighty. Something year-old woman unrequited love in her eighties yeah sharing with me like a woman in her teenage years and blue you. She just wanted someone to listen. She wanted you to help her figure with broken heart right yeah and what to do and confide in me in a way that she probably wasn't able to confide and others yeah and that's when I first started thinking that my assumptions about the elderly was totally different right so that's when the kernel of the idea sprouted Yup and then I started I decided to do a research project where I would interview the eldest people in my congregation in their nineties who had made it to their nineties line them up meet with one on one to talk about well. What then is it like to being your nineties like to use still crave sex? Do you have hopes and dreams for your.

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"lydia" Discussed on This American Life

This American Life

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"lydia" Discussed on This American Life

"Because Lydia works those kids everyday herself. She's a librarian a children's librarian became a librarian because of you. I think it's awesome. You don't realize how much influence you have on anybody. Just by doing your job you keep saying you just doing your job. And I feel like I need to say though, that you did not have to be that kind like you could have done your job without being that eternally kind. And that's something that I think about a lot because there had situations with children that I know are coming from difficult places or children who are there all day. And they just need a lot from me, you know, and. There. There are days would don't want to be the most kind person on the planet because I'm tired or the child is being challenging, you know there. There are always those days. But. But you were that kind. Yes. The girl who lived at the library grew up to become a librarian helping other kids like her. I'll I'll have families that. I would say most of the kids that are there all the time. It's because the don't want to be home or don't have a stable home. And that. I just hope I hope I'm doing the same thing for my kids. So important to me are I don't think you have to hope I know you are just by watching and seeing your reactions today. I know you all are. You are. So just continued to do it you're doing it's obvious. I'm just gonna cry out while it's fine the two women's numbers and their phones make a day to get fried pickles and platfo talk shop about disenfranchised youth and best practices at storytime..

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"lydia" Discussed on REAL 92.3

REAL 92.3

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"lydia" Discussed on REAL 92.3

"Lydia ko? You get the. In the mid. Weeded? Guess. From feeding. And local. I give rested go outside. Bigwigs gather around your radio, it's about that time for your phone tap. How you doing amendments from.

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"lydia" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

04:38 min | 1 year ago

"lydia" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

"Today's guest is Lydia Paul green who is Palo mine who. Also happens to be the editor in chief of. Huff PO that awesome giant media maven. That's too many M's. I don't even know if that word maven makes sense in that context. This is a fantastic conversation. And Leah is an superstar. I think that you're gonna love this chat. Also, yes. Many of the upcoming episodes were taped during two weeks leading up to the midterm elections. So it's a lot of politics because that is how everybody has been feeling so please enjoy this chat with Lydia have a great rest here day. Still. No, no careless knew what your ton of compliments boat. How will you just said those nice us Michaud started in? I'm starting and I'm turning that into it was a ton of compliments. Well, no, I complimented your jacket. That's true. You did say that you like my jacket like your jacket, even though it's your backup jacket jacket. Does your main? Yeah. And also, I did see your show. I've actually seen your show a few times you've come to see me a couple times. And you know, I think now I have kind of like a standing order that like whenever I have a chance to see Cameron Esposito. I gotta go. See that's the best. That's the best. That's the best. Well, you know on this podcast. I was have folks introduce themselves. Will you say who you are? We introduce yourself. I would love to my name is Lydia poll. Green. And I'm the editor in chief of huffpost. Yeah. The one the one the one formerly known as the Huffington Post does huffpost. We are a website on the internet the original internet newspaper, which started in two thousand five I've been editor in chief for it'll be two years. In January, I joined after Arianna Huffington the eponymous founder step down. And before that, I was a journalist at the New York Times, which you know, you maybe have heard of a website and also a newspaper spent much of that time as a foreign correspondent in places like west Africa and India and South Africa, which was a lot of fun and also really hard. Yeah. I mean, I think the most important thing to say after all that is that you have a very big job. And you've had a very interesting life. I just want to make sure that people know those things that's important to follow that up with those statements because you do you have a big job. Huff puff pose like, I mean, I don't I literally don't even know, readers wise. It's a zillion billion. Yeah. So I mean, you know, it fluctuates, but we reach about one hundred fifty million people around the world every month sixty percent of that is actually outside of the United States. Now, the editions in countries all over the world and Europe. Asia in North Africa. And you know, it is it is just a really big fun cool operation, and we have a strong emphasis on, you know, like the shit that I really care about like underrepresented folks, incurring news foreign about them, and you know, politics, obviously is a big story for us, you know, covering stuff like the metoo movement. We broke a bunch of stories in India where the metoo movement has finally taken hold. So, you know, that's that's the kind of stuff we do. And it's pretty awesome. Also, just because like, hey, maybe I maybe I know the answer to this. But maybe I don't what is an editor of a newspaper be it online or not. What do you do? Like, what is your? What is your? Job. What is your job? It's funny. If someone were to come in shadow me for a day, they would probably say, wow, you go to a lot of meetings. That's exactly what I was Sumed. I'm like meetings. That's the job. Yes. In meetings job. So, you know, it's funny. I like I've been a journalist, basically, my whole adult life. And you know, I got my first job in journalism like a year after I got out of college. And most of that time was spent working alone on stories. And so like when I was a correspondent for the New York Times, I'd you know, get on a plane, and I'd go to to Sudan and try and sneak into Dr four cover the ethnic cleansing that was going on there..

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"lydia" Discussed on Recode Decode

Recode Decode

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"lydia" Discussed on Recode Decode

"Lydia poll ring who runs the Huffington Post, and Lydia used to also be the near at times. So what we're gonna be talking about is obviously Trump Trump Trump and more Trump, but I do want to get into Maggie. What is your temperature right now in Trump magnitude degree, maybe brought her phone on stage because she has to carry it everywhere. In many people do. No. I was saying, you know, the great Aretha Franklin rest in power would always bring her purse onstage with her because I guess she didn't want it to get stolen. And so mag- like like like like Aretha and by the way, maggie's got quite a set of pipes. So she's got more in common with Aretha than you'd think. But I'm gonna go now because. Where are we right now because you are like waiting for the next explosion to happen? Right, correct. By explosion, you mean like a tweet, I'm in this more. So this morning, the president of the United States tweeted questioning the the death toll in Puerto Rico as a democratic plot against him. So that was, I think the about as much of an explosion as we've seen certainly in his yesterday in hit right in his use of technology. I mean, look, I think that we have seen by various metrics. You have fact checkers that do a running tabulation of his falsehoods has lies exaggerations clearly is the volume has increased. I just by any metric. I think that that is at least in part because the number the objective reality that he is facing is becoming harder for him to get away from. We are going to be in sort of this holding pattern until Muller the special counsel either takes an action or more likely than taking an axe. Of indicting somebody close to the president because I don't believe he's going to indict the president delivers a report to congress, and that will say whatever it will say. And then there are the midterms and people will either will either vote Republican congress out or not, but it's all going to hinge on that dog and hinge on the midterms and what happens with him? Yeah. I mean, I think that the.

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"lydia" Discussed on Historical Figures

Historical Figures

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"lydia" Discussed on Historical Figures

"Lydia, mid Isaac pinkham who shared many of her interests and forward thinking ideals in eighteen forty three at the age of twenty four. Lydia married the twenty eight year old Isaac, though Lydia was particularly progressive for her time. She remained traditional when it came to her domestic duties as wife, mother, housekeeper and caretaker. She lovingly raised her four children, Charles Daniel, William and airline. The only girl Elbert Hubbard and American author who wrote an oath to Lydia in nineteen fifteen described her as quote, a mother and companion to her children. She entered into their studies. They're play their hopes and their aspirations like her father. Lydia's new husband was also eager to chase new business ventures, but he often fell prey to get rich quick schemes that. Rarely panned out in the late eighteen forties. Isaac dove headlong into the business of land speculation or buying property in hopes that in time it will increase in value, but it was all a waiting game frustrated by his unsuccessful business dealings in the past is it came up with his own business principles which he titled to secure success in business. He wrote them down for safekeeping. In Lydia's journal, the rules were more guidelines that he himself wished. He had followed such as dealing only with honest men and being well educated about your line of work. He also asserted that one should quote be satisfied with doing well and continue doing well assure sixpence is better than a doubtful. Schilling and quote, though Lydia was still a ways away from a stab, wishing her own business risk tolerance or the ability to take calculated risks would be another impose. Certain business principle for her company. The advice to remain on the conservative side of business deals seem sound, but the pinkham family would learn that some risks could pay off in a big way. Lydia took her husband's business struggles in stride and focused on her wifely duties for the first few years of their marriage, but it wasn't long before Lydia's dabbling in homeopathic remedies, earnt a reputation as a neighborhood health expert. Lydia's mother had made sure she was well educated. This made her valuable resource when it came to matters of health and wellness, which were in a sorry state. During Lydia's lifetime nineteenth century medicine was plagued by ignorance and arrogance. Misinformation was as contagious as the diseases..

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"lydia" Discussed on Sub-Stances

Sub-Stances

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"lydia" Discussed on Sub-Stances

"Today on substances we talked with lydia carlsson the host of lesbian us a podcast that follows lydia throughout her life after colleges a lesbian she talked to us today about identifying lesbian a feminist end reader amongst many other things liddy also gave us some insight in on how being gay influences how she talks about her own sexuality with employers listen for a quick dive into what it means to break down stereotypes of lydia we hope you enjoyed the show two but yes boom so you just want to start by telling me a bit about yourself sure i am lydia carlsson i'm from washington dc or the dc area northern virginia suburbs at swirling currently i work is anani ends amassed tutor ivan undergrads degree from lima mary in psychology with the binary music under the host of let's be honest putco right that's like us for important am uh let's be honest um uh what i'm also blocked esther what prominent due to start it i am so i have been heavily gotten nearly into podcasts lake in the months leading up to cerny so that was definitely art of the motivation and and i feel like emily's getting creative impulses um and so academies unsettle get urged drunk podcast once i started listening upon as especially because i was always like trying to find like where female podcast but there aren't many in like i did find sylvain joyfully wars as a quite out make wine um utah that happened i like need a new year's resolution two startig as it like i got the idea and like a chemist grants as a i really wanna do this so it made a new shows lucien in a truly in january in than in february i started it cool and i mean as i listen a lot but i know that the way that you talk really really opened about like stuff that you're going through what without like being like yes audience so i actually i find it.

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"lydia" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly

Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"lydia" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly

"Now avenue towns clicking around the huffington post recently may have noticed it's undergone something of a refresh now known as the huffpost the side also has a fresh and recently appointed editor in chief lydia paul grin that he is reported from occasions as diverse as south sudan new delhi and south africa during fifteen years spent expanding the audience of the new york times among the recognition of her work is the jewish poke award for foreign reporting which he was awarded for travels into wartorn doll foot and the livingston award for international reporting given full his series the spoils which detailed how the lucrative mineral mining industry cause some parts of africa in fact goes hand in hand with exploitation of workers and she joins us now on the monica weekly lydia welcome to the show it's great to be here so first of all who leaves the new york times that's my first question i mean where people saying what are you doing linnea you know i thought i would never leave the new york times i joined the times as as a pretty young person was in my mid20s and it really was to me the absolute pinnacle and temple of journalism and i felt so honoured and thrilled to be there and i i treasure every single moment of my fifteen years there well maybe there were a couple of a hidden treasure quite so much well we all make silly mistakes and get into petty fights with people but by and large had an extraordinary career there and i have wonderful time especially being a foreign correspondent it always been my dream to work in africa a grupp in africa my mother's ethiopian so you know it was just a very kind of natural path and i was able to do it at a very early point in my career but a lot of people at this wild moments in our collective human endeavour here i sort of have this moment of thinking.

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"lydia" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"lydia" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Lydia but to me curry well you dear thank you for they can make okay at least get we can i can get a bit latex when you're talking about how to to prepare to character if you're looking work complete home still i don't know why do you say don't you know you know what i know they put in the offense the foot a blanket and they don't girl okay thank you that was so so we thank you for your call how do you prepare the ground yes comp oeste combos is just the universe alliance or compass goes everywhere comp oh's prepares the soil for any thing to grow and depending on the kind of soil but you've got a lot of soil here in southern california's heavy clay that means very dance very silky very dense attacks in very close doesn't leave a lotta room for routes to push through very hard and so we want to loosen that so we'll up you want to amended that's what we call amending the soil with comp oeste en instead of going to the big box store and buying come post and mulch that has been produced by big agri business somewhere else in the state you start building your own comp oeste out of what's growing in your own yard and you're a lot yard will love it because the favorite food for your yard is its own dropping that's what it loves the most find a way to re cycle that through okay going to jump into design it's real simple it's real tight stay tuned right after the news larry bromide here by newsroom a space x kaplan has fallen back to earth with hopeful load of space station science samples the right in partnership parachute it into the pacific today off the so cal coast about five and half hours after after not said it free from the international space station researchers are planning what they say is the first man to some versatile like this into the titanic since two thousand five should gate expedition says the seven week research mission will leave from you founded candidate in may of next year company says the goal of the mission is with us the condition of record document artifacts at the protected side british police and inflatable power both supported river thames was vote and part of an exercise stimulating you hijack you give it to worst russell in one of the.

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