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Fresh update on "lyon" discussed on BBC Newshour

BBC Newshour

02:09 min | 4 hrs ago

Fresh update on "lyon" discussed on BBC Newshour

"In the next 30 minutes on NewsHour gay rights in Qatar as the repressive Middle Eastern state gets ready to host what it claims will be an inclusive football World Cup The volunteer drivers in Ukraine helping civilians escape Russian troops and a man who's made it the mission of his working life to alleviate human suffering Mark lowcock tells us about his days with the United Nations All after the news BBC News with ein McHugh The leader of the Australian Labor Party Anthony albanese says he hopes to be sworn in as prime minister by Monday following victory in the general election The result means labor will return to power for the first time in nearly a decade It remains unclear whether mister albanese can form a majority government Turkish concerns over bed spies Sweden and Finland to join NATO have been discussed by the three countries leaders during a round of phone calls President Erdoğan of turkey accuses the Nordic governments of supporting what he calls terrorist Kurdish militants Tens of thousands of people in turkey have turned out for a rally in support of the leading opposition figure jenn and kafta and jalu the local leader of the Republican People's Party in Istanbul received a criminal conviction for insulting the president and the Turkish state and faces a suspended prison sentence There are reports of heavy fighting around the Ukrainian city of severodonetsk as Russia tries to capture the whole of the eastern region of Luhansk the local governor said there'd been a large influx of Moscow's forces Days of flooding and landslides in eastern India have left more than 50 people dead in the state of Bihar at least 33 people were killed during thunderstorms nearly a million people have been affected The World Health Organization says it's still trying to work out why a rare outbreak of monkeypox has been detected in a number of countries across Europe and adviser to the WHO said the 100 or so cases identified so far seem to have been driven by sexual contact And the French football club Lyon have won the women's Champions League for a record 8th time they beat the defending champions Barcelona in the final by three goals to one a crowd of 30,000 watched the match in Turin BBC News Welcome back to NewsHour This year's football World Cup in Qatar is months away and activists are calling attention to the issue of LGBT rights Homosexuality is illegal there but the gulf state has told football supporters it will host an inclusive tournament It's extremely rare for members of the Qatari gay community to speak out but Julian Hodge from BBC Arabic has been talking to one gay man who felt that for his own safety had no other choice but to flee Qatar and seek asylum in the United States from there he is now advocating more freedoms where he came from I was told I should have been aborted I was told that I should have lost my life before I've gotten to the stage My name is doctor nasr Muhammad I am a primary care physician living and practicing in San Francisco California I am also an asylum seeker from Qatar In Qatar same sex relationships are illegal and punishable with up to 5 years in prison Nelson has lived with that fear Dominic he came to realize his sexual identity We can not in fear every day is exhausting What a relief to just wake up and just not feel like I have to calculate every step of my day not to slip and out myself and risk my life There are definitely a lot of LGBT qataris Each story is its own heroic story that is affected by your social connections your wealth and your family influence The less privileged are the most severely punished They're trying to basically censor our existence And sometimes they try to do that aggressively He has created a new stable life for himself in the United States and says he is in a unique position to speak out on behalf of those who can not Since I've been out on social media so far I've been getting a lot of positive comments For example somebody from Qatar Said every time I see your pictures on Instagram and makes me feel so proud of you Do you give so much hope to young generations but coming out to the world had a cost I had to sacrifice financial stability My family and family connections my home And a lot of aspects of my identity had to be stripped away After living in the United States for a few years training as a doctor went back home to Qatar and was shocked to realize how stressful it was having to hide such a huge part of his identity That's why he decided to apply for asylum in the U.S. When I filed for my asylum and went through the process one step that was challenging is to prove that LGBT qataris are being prosecuted in Qatar because there is no public evidence LGBT qataris are not safe So when one of them knocks on your door and needs help and needs asylum Please take them out That was NASA Muhammad from Qatar now living in exile in the U.S. You're listening to NewsHour from the BBC I'm Paul Henley In Ukraine fierce fighting is reported around the eastern city of severa Donetsk as Russia steps up its attempt to capture the whole of the region of Luhansk the local governor said shelling had continued night and day Russia also claims to have destroyed a large consignment of weapons and military equipment delivered from foreign Western countries We can hear live now from Michael Clarke visiting professor in the department of war studies at King's College London Welcome professor is Russia making significant gains in the Luhansk region It's making gains whether or not the significant will really depend on what happens at Cervelo Donetsk in the next few days The Russian strategy is what's normally known as bite and hold which is to take a bite out of territory and then hold it rather than to try and thrust straight through a territory like in obliterate And they're taking pretty small bites at the moment What they've done because of all the failures of the past Duvall the new commander has required that they concentrate their forces into a very small area and then overwhelm that small area take a small bite and hold it So they've taken some small bites western northward past They're trying to encircle it's very Donetsk which is the key to Luhansk which is the northern part of the Donbass the northern oblast the smaller one of the two I'll blast Luhansk and Donetsk And if they can take a very done yetkin then that more or less gives them Luhansk And in also I mean there are some offensives going on in the southwestern cushion ran kirshen but the Ukrainians are fighting back quite hard And the Russians are also counter attacking up in the north in khaki where they lost the city last week but the counter attacking some of the Ukrainian positions so that the Ukrainians can't get in behind them and cut their communications And what's been the effect on Russia's offensive of the fall the complete fall now of mariupol to the south Well not as much as people say of running in the sense that it's a morale boost for Russia Russia has had a good week in war terms because as I started steelworks the fact that the fighters were holding out in our style was not making a whole lot of military difference because the Russians didn't have that many troops who screening it but they'd already started to move their troops north to join this general offensive which is what they're trying to do now On the other hand the fact that they can now say that the battle of mariupol is completely finished that they now have this uninterrupted land bridge between the Donbass and Crimea and a bit further west of Crimea That's an important strategic communication boost It's a propaganda boost It feels better And I think Devon of the commander is probably said right now that we've finished up Mario poll we're going to push this offensive in all directions So we've seen the Russians redouble their efforts this week with force concentration in a number of smaller areas And President Biden signed a bill now to provide the biggest U.S. aid package to Ukraine presumably weapons of the kind that Russia claims to have destroyed in one particular strike recently What do you make of that claim briefly Well there will be some losses because the Russians are hitting the fixed target warehouses and railway areas and so on They're not really good at hitting moving targets They just don't have the ability or the technology really to do it So a lot of this stuff is getting through and the Americans are confident that their artillery which is makes a big difference giving western artillery to the Ukrainians that that is making a difference to Ukrainians to fight back but undoubtedly there will be some losses on the way Michael Clarke visiting professor at King's College London Now evacuating the Ukrainian city of heshan has never been easy but in the recent weeks routes out of the Russian.

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"lyon" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

08:42 min | 4 months ago

"lyon" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

"The body is changing, whether we want to believe it or not, when we are younger we are driven by hormones when we are older, older, 30s, 40s we are now no longer driven by hormones. We are now driven by dietary sensing mechanisms. You have to account for dietary protein. You have to. Doctor Gabriel Lyon welcome back to the show. Thank you. Thanks so much for having me. I'm very excited and we're in person this time, which is wonderful. Now, I've been thinking a lot about your area around muscle and muscle being the organ of longevity. I know you wanted to make sure that we covered that and that really is where I'm getting very interested in what the interplay going on in the body is between muscle, fat, glucose, and I'm gonna lay a hypothesis on you, that I think will set us up well for the conversation. So modern diet has introduced just a massive amount of glucose into the system. Our body has mechanisms or mechanism. We will debate for dealing with that once it gets inside the body. Those mechanisms are evolutionary selected for. So they are advantageous, but it is a very complicated dance. I've recently had a couple different people on the show talking at the glucose issue and fat storage issue and insulin resistance from a really interesting angle. So I feel like I'm beginning to understand how by having these constantly elevated levels, we end up insulin resistant. We're not able to get the glucose out of our bloodstream, which causes a whole host of downstream effects, which we call metabolic disease. Okay, so now we introduce your idea of muscle being the organ of longevity and it being an organ that secretes hormones. Yep. Okay. So the dance becomes, I can control my intake through glucose. You can control from a diet perspective. Insulin or you say control my insulin through my diet. I can also, though, control my insulin response by having muscle and using the life out of it because it will suck the glucose out of my bloodstream. And burn it for fuel. And that's what muscle skeletal muscles responsible for 80 some percent of glucose disposal. Okay. Now the final capstone to my thesis is, so my thesis in a very simple sentence is your existing in this incredibly delicate balance between what you eat. Your insulin response to what you eat and the muscle that you carry and how much you use it. Yes. And so when I was first going through the things that you say about how critical muscle is, it begs the question that in a time of famine, muscles actually dangerous because muscle needs this energy, it's going to burn energy. And so if my response to fructose is to essentially become prediabetic, and that's good because it causes me to store a tiny bit of fat to cling to the fat that I have and to store extra glucose in my bloodstream and that's what get got us through the winter famines. Then I was like, well, wait a second. If muscle is this hungry organ, then it would be problematic. And then I thought, well, that's exactly why we lose muscle so rapidly if we're not working out. When you think about it and there's some interesting concepts here. So the idea that in famine, the body tries to protect itself. You're essentially talking about a highly protected self by staying alive. Yeah. Catabolic, no fuel is coming in. There's basic energy needs that we have. Skeletal muscle is one. Turnover in skeletal muscle is not great. Let's say it's a couple grams a day. We're meaning I can't use it as quickly as I can. It takes longer. Muscle turnover takes on. So the body goes through. And I want to push on that turnover. That word does. We're going to talk immediately click for me. Okay, we're going to talk about it because it also brings up this concept of longevity. Is it gluconeogenesis? Nope. It is the replacement of body proteins. It is the regeneration, the cleaning house and the replacement of body proteins like liver goes through protein turnover and tests go through protein turnover, bone, like you said there's a dance that's happening. And I was storing that and so I'm happy in my context of famine if we can for a second. So I don't have incoming nutrients or not very many. So I'm breaking down my muscle. To provide in essence in part, the body will use that those amino acids to protect your organs. So that they can have their turnover of cells, the cells can die and be replenished with healthy new cells. Right. That is a non negotiable. And not for gluconeogenesis at all? Well, gluconeogenesis, the way in which I think about gluconeogenesis is branched chain amino acids or proteins in general can be utilized by the liver to go through a process of gluconeogenesis. And would that be happening in a period of famine or would I just completely shift over to ketone production? So over a period of time eventually you would shift over to ketone production. The body doesn't want to lose its skeletal muscle. Skeletal muscle is very important, but I will say it's something that the body would give up for the other organ systems. Let me ask this. So as somebody who works out very consistently, but if I even reduce my intensity, my muscle and don't change my diet. My muscle mass will begin to dwindle. So my body is responding and my hypothesis is that it's so afraid to carry more muscle than it needs that the second I don't need it, meaning I'm not putting it under that level of strain. It goes cool. I'm getting rid of no. I would say that that is not a hypothesis I would go with. Cool. So let's take a 21 year old since they are fucking just primed, man. I'm a Twinkie diet and they're just getting back. Yeah, I get it. So if they stop working out, can we not agree that they will lose muscle? Maybe not as fast as I will in my 40s, but they will lose muscle. I would say yes. And why do you think the body does that? I think that the body thrives under activity. And whether you take a human, whether you take an animal, if you essentially domesticate them, and they are not training, they will lose muscle. And so I have a theory that that's the body, the body is giving you a signal, which is these tissues are calorically expensive. And it's dangerous to have anything that's calorically expensive. So with some wiggle room, if I see nutrients or demand back off, then I'm going to shed those muscle tissues. But muscle we know is really, really important for longevity. Yes. Four morbidity and mortality. Which is why you don't want to be in a famine or not using it. But I think another way to think about it is that yes it is a metabolically expensive energy driven tissue. It is. And it takes a lot of effort and energy to maintain that tissue. But I don't think it's the body trying to get rid of it. I think under well thought out conditions, training, increase in energy, increase in dietary protein. The body will do whatever it can to maintain that tissue. I do think it's interesting how you're phrasing it and how you're thinking about it, that the body would be trying to get rid of it. But because we have to, I think, I am almost certain that you and I agree 100% on how important muscle is. I'll say my hypothesis includes the fact that if you want to survive for a long time, you better have good quality muscle on your body because if you're right that that's the store of these building blocks, then I want to make sure that I always have that and should I ever lose it that I immediately when that insult, whether it's the famine, a great illness or something like that is gone,.

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"lyon" Discussed on Travel with Rick Steves

Travel with Rick Steves

04:27 min | 6 months ago

"lyon" Discussed on Travel with Rick Steves

"And it became this sort of default conchita take over this question of Palestine in a committee in the UN and the man tasked with this really enormous question. He was the son of an immigrant and his family had been a victim of, in a way, prejudice against Jewish people, even though they weren't, but they were kind of branded as Jews in a way. So it was more sympathetic to their cause than many other people at the time would have been in Iceland at least. So he made and he was in a committee a delegate from Iceland that really was a key vote on this committee. Yes. There were other people that were meant to deliver the case or the verdict of the committee that a conclusion that they would vote on. But they both had to go home certainly before it was put to vote because they didn't want to touch the situation. And so this guy tore he went to the podium of the United Nations and delivered this sort of really strong speech about how they should divide the Palestine and then it was put to vote and passed later on. So Iceland had a big influence on that decision back in the late 1940s. Yeah, it was I mean it was all kind of diplomatic within the United Nations so you can't say, you know, I did decide this themselves, but they did, in a way, alter the decision in this direction. Because it was a really small window in history that the resolution like this would have passed. Journalist eagle B artisan is joining us now from Iceland on travel with Rick Steves as we look at the oversized impact of his small island nation. Eagles book is called how Iceland changed the world, the big story of a small island. You might also see his byline on articles in National Geographic, Lonely Planet, and The New York Times. There's more with eagle about the genealogy based dating apps they've developed in Iceland. That's in a short extra to this week's show.

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"lyon" Discussed on Travel with Rick Steves

Travel with Rick Steves

03:30 min | 6 months ago

"lyon" Discussed on Travel with Rick Steves

"Have you been to this museum? Yes. It's actually the house where the brother of lumiere lived and there are the factory behind the house. Quite a bourgeois house. And this is where they actually assemble the first movie. The history of cinema. Is starting there in Leon, and during the World War II, this was Leon was sort of the capital of the French resistance. It was named capital of the French resistance by Charles De Gaulle, we are close to a region which we call the verc, which is middle range mountains where the resistance fighter would hide, and they didn't hide in Liam, but it was their springboard into the hills. And this is from lions that they would organize the resistance with a famous Jean moulin was sent by Charles De Gaulle to organize the resistance from within France. And unfortunately, it's also known because of close Barbie, who is nicknamed the butcher of Lyons, who was jailed there. He was the Gestapo leader there. Yes. And today, his former headquarters has been turned into the resistance museum. Exactly. Well, that's a good thing. Which is a very interesting museum on a deportation and a resistance. Powerful. Now Patrick, when you're in Lyon, you can balance that high cultural experience with a little trip into the mountains near by. Yeah, where you'll pretty close to chamonix and do all the mountains around to the ski resorts and going up to chamonix to the greens is a good day trip from Lyon easy to do. I mean, by train, if you go to the car, you can drive up there. It's a couple of hours. So if you want to see or know on your website as well with a big Lake of fancy. So you could plenty of things to do around. I noticed the Alpine fun was cheaper in France than it was in Switzerland also. Remember the mountains are just everything is cheaper in France than it is in children. Switzerland double the cost to ride the lips and so on. And in Switzerland, you couldn't go up one lift and hike over and go down the left without buying two separate tickets, but in France I found there were more generous and if you buy a round trip ticket, you can hike over there and take it down to as much as you want to play around here. And then you can eat without going broke in France. You can go enjoy the Alps and still have great French cuisine. Oh, yeah. The big specialty of the Alps is anything done with melted cheese because the cheese was a big specialty of the area. I mean, you couldn't grow much around there. So you had cows..

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"lyon" Discussed on Travel with Rick Steves

Travel with Rick Steves

05:12 min | 6 months ago

"lyon" Discussed on Travel with Rick Steves

"Joins us now on travel Rick Steves to tell us why we should include own on our next trip to France and she's joined by French tour guide Patrick Vidal to give us another angle on this great city in France. Petrich and virginie, thank you for joining. So virginie, your hometown is, they say the second city of culture in France. Is that meaning Marseille is bigger, but there's more culturally own. Exactly. It's the third biggest city of France. However, I would even call it the capital of France. Now that more than Paris. More than Paris, will you live in either place? What's so good about Lyon? It offers everything that a big city you want to have in a big city. Like the museum, the entertainment, the restaurant, the cafe and so on. But it has a more nature side to it. It's closer to the environment. We have parks, and it's much smaller, public transportation is nothing like Paris. It's super easy to use the metro. And we have two rivers in Lyon, and like Paris, which only has one. And I should say we actually have three rivers. We have the sewn and the horn, but we said that Lyons has a third river, which is the beaujolais. And Leon has some I understand there's some they know how to cook in Leon. Patrick, what's the cuisine seen in Lyon? It's an amazing it's amazing scene. I mean, it's a part of the main restaurant you find out there called the buchon bou CHO and those bourgeois are little restaurants which were used to be workers restaurants, very much to aim to the people working with no much money. They are very, very down to the down to earth. They inexpensive. So no pretense and absolutely. But quality small innovative. You know, I think that's what you find a lot in Lion compared to Paris is the kind of much, much more down to earth. I like that..

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"lyon" Discussed on Health Babes Podcast

Health Babes Podcast

02:06 min | 6 months ago

"lyon" Discussed on Health Babes Podcast

"Love your Instagram. We have a great Instagram. Did you see my video today? I saw the one option. Are you talking about the one where you're under the counter with the helmet? Yes. Yes. Dying. So that's my husband's seal gear. I went into we have like he's got a gear lacquer and I went into the gear lacquer. So that's his helmet and jacket from deployment. It's so funny. I'm listening because I really the truth, isn't it? Well, I think I'm hilarious and Theresa will tell you that I'm probably the only one who laughs at my jokes, so I came up with these ideas. And she's like, that's funny. We're definitely putting it on there. I'm watching it right now. It's actually extremely funny. I just have to go on and watch the real and it says me getting ready to post about evidence based animal protein. This is really funny. These days, you need gear with anything that you put in so ridiculous. I'm just making fun of it because it's so it's so outrageously ridiculous. You have to understand as a fellowship trained physician, this is no one does this. I never had that experience before until I started getting into social media. If people don't agree, we just say, hey, did you see the study? I mean, nobody acts like that. Right. It's insanity. What is going on on social media in my opinion? I've just never seen it. I never experienced that before. Yeah. Nor do you want to. Well, thanks a mill for coming on. We really appreciate it. Welcome. Thank you for your knowledge. Yes, for sure. And you guys, if you love this episode, like we did, don't forget to leave a review and mention doctor Gabriel Lyon and her specific episode and that way people can kind of get guided to what episode would work well for them. So thank you so much for coming on and thank you everybody for listening and we hope you guys have an amazing.

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"lyon" Discussed on Health Babes Podcast

Health Babes Podcast

06:58 min | 6 months ago

"lyon" Discussed on Health Babes Podcast

"Secreted from macrophages. And one of the beliefs is that through training, it modulates the immune system. And that there's this concept that skeletal muscle is actually an immunogenic organ. And the way in which you can think about it is that there's this exercise factor and that muscle contractions then begin to engage this metabolic response. And create a cross talk between the immune system and the rest of the body. And this is really, you know, when you think about and each myokine comes really from a different place and again, there's so many, but whether it's resistance or cardiovascular training, that's really how it regulates it. It can lower inflammation. It can damper the immune response. Wow. Very fascinating. It is, I'm sure we could talk about that for hours. I mean, it's interesting and it's also, you know, complex in the way that there's an interplay, right? So there's certain interleukins that we would call myokines that inhibit actions of TNF alpha, people talk about TNF alpha and texa. And so these Myo kinds inhibit the action of this TNF alpha in muscle during like texa. So that your ways in which you can regulate the body and also even in autoimmunity, right? Regulation of cytokines. And by training and exercise in having healthy muscle. And again, we have to understand that the scientists knew. And that we only look at and measure what we know, but I believe in the next decade this is really where the focus is going to be. So we asked a lot of our followers questions for you. And we had a lot of questions about protein and shakes and things like that. Can you talk a little bit about protein shakes, what types of protein, even collagen? Yeah, I love protein shakes. I actually love way protein. And I love either the isolate or the concentrate. You know, isolate tends to be easier easily, tolerated by many, but the concentrate has a lot of immunoglobulins in it. It has things that can actually augment proteins or peptides that can augment the immune system. It has lactoferrin as alpha lacta albumin in it. There's many positives to whey protein as a food matrix. Whey protein isolate again is high in the Brown Shane amino acids very well tolerated, concentrate, sometimes as a little less well tolerated can cause GI distress, but it has a lot of immunoglobulin factors that can really benefit an individual. It has higher concentrations of those. Whey protein is a great place to start. There are vegan vegetarian style proteins which would be a rice pea blend, or even a protein. And if you get these, which it's not an issue, you just have to make sure that it has an appropriate amount of brown cheese and amino acids in it. So you're really looking for making sure that there's two and a half grams of leucine in it and the rest should kind of follow suit two to one to one ratio of those branched chain amino acids. But to make things easy really looking for that two and a half grams of leucine. The next component of that would be collagen. Now collagen, I love collagen. I don't love it for muscle. Collagen has no impact on muscle tissue. It is devoid tryptophan. It is also extremely low in the branched chain amino acids. It is high in proline and hydroxyproline. There's some evidence that it can increase collagen synthesis and turnover, which we do go through quite a bit of collagen turnover. I have seen anecdotally a really do wonders for the skin and the gut, but it should not be used to augment protein intake per se. That's really important that you pointed that out because I don't think many people know that. I would agree with you for sure. And that's again, why, you know, I really do my best to continue to talk about this stuff. Because it's so important because people, you know, there's only so much time that we all have here. Can you talk a little bit more about how some patients can incorporate BCAAs to the right way and how they will how they work with the body and who could benefit from it. Well, if your diet is high enough in protein, don't need branch chain amino acids. If where the branch chain amino acids are very beneficial, are if you are trying to cut your calories. And let's say or you have a very low protein meal. For example, if you have three ounces of fish. And you really want to increase your protein intake, like Becky, you're saying that it's really hard to get all that protein in. You're right. So that three ounces of fish plus a scoop of branched chains would then make the body see it as a higher protein meal of at least 30 grams of protein. And that would be a way in which you could manage that. And that's very cool. Yeah, I actually don't think it's hard to get enough protein, 'cause I eat mostly protein. But I know a lot of people think it is, like, a lot of people are like, how are my teeth that much protein in my eyes? I'm like, how do you not? You know what I mean, though, it's a lot. It's a lot for me. Yeah. It's a lot per meal. You know, that's one way. And the benefits intra workout. Again, this is a bit anecdotal because intra workout can be great if it's it can help with soreness, the brown chain amino acids do are utilized by skeletal muscle. It's not necessary. And I think really the best place branch chains are utilized is when you're augmenting them with a meal. If you're on a lower protein diet for personal beliefs, then that's something I think has really beneficial. Yeah. I think that you have so much amazing information on this. And I know you have a really cool download, the protein cycling protocol. So I really want everyone to go to your website and download that and really dive in more because we could go on and on forever. But you have such a good website with a lot of good information. So can you tell people where they can find you? Yeah, so you can find me on my website. Doctor Gabrielle Lyon dot com. You can find me on Instagram and let's see Instagram and YouTube. I do a lot of YouTube. Okay. That is really, really where I do a lot of education and I have a great newsletter. People want to sign up for it. I do really evidence based information. And then if it's not evidence based, I tell you. That's good. Yeah, that's really, and I.

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"lyon" Discussed on The Psych Central Show

The Psych Central Show

01:46 min | 6 months ago

"lyon" Discussed on The Psych Central Show

"If I don't eat. Do you know how to do this Jennifer? And it took me a couple of hours to wake up from those thoughts and be like, hey, hey, hey, hey. What are you doing? What's going on? You need to get on the mat. You need to lay down and see what's underneath it. And what was underneath it was I felt a lot of grief for some different things that are happening. I felt uncertainty about the future, my own future, the future of the country, the future of the planet. There was just a lot of things underneath and I started to move quickly from I feel bad to I am bad and this is how I fix it. I still struggle with the thoughts, but now I have usually in a couple of hours that used to take the, you know, I used to do it for years, and then I could do it for weight and then it would be a couple of days. And now my turnaround time is just a lot quicker where I can wake up from that and be like, how can I best recognize what's happening, allow it to be here, and then investigate and do the actual things that are going to care for me in these next moments. It's a dog fight, man. And it takes for a ver. And it doesn't mean the thoughts won't be there, but it just means the space between the thought and the action, you get space there. I think that is very honest. And the message that I want to get out there is, you know, throughout this episode, we've talked about, hey, a Hollywood isn't real. It's fantasy, right? Isn't real. It's curated. And I want people to know that just because somebody is a famous actors on television doesn't mean that eating disorders go away any easier. Yeah, I'm not sure why we think that actors and artists and stuff aren't people. Miss Lyon. Thank you so much for being.

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"lyon" Discussed on The Psych Central Show

The Psych Central Show

05:53 min | 6 months ago

"lyon" Discussed on The Psych Central Show

"Miss Lyon, one of the things that I think about, and of course, I read the same tabloids the same Internet, the same comment sections that you do is that Hollywood and television, your blamed for diet culture because you're so pretty and because actors are so pretty. And of course, because of things like proper lighting and makeup, it creates this unrealistic expectation. How do you feel about being a part of that? Because I imagine that when you read these comments, you're like, hey, it's not my fault. I'm trying to help, but it's always painted with that brush. Yeah, I get a lot of like I don't really have dudes in my DMs being like, what's up? Send me a pick. I mostly get women in my DMs being like, how do you get your hair like that? How do you get your waist so tiny, blah, blah? And I'm like, ah, it's a wig on a wig. That's two wigs. That's not my hair. And also I'm in like NASA level shapewear that is squeezing me. It's an illusion. It's smoking mirrored and also a lot of times your photos get retouched like it is endemic, but how do I feel when I get blamed for it? Hopefully. I mean, I'm trying to have an honest, is course about it. It's not like I'm saying, oh, I just died a little bit, and then I eat a cheeseburger and that's my real self. I'm trying to be honest about all the work that goes into it because people that compare themselves to this online life or this TV world. These are just destined for sadness. That's just going to cause you suffering. Because I don't look like that when I go into the hair and makeup trailer. A trend that I like and what I also like about you is that you're honest about this. You know, I remember when I was a kid in the 80s, actors and actresses were just like, nope, this is what it looked like. Did you alter? Nope. There was none of this talk about hair and makeup. This has been a discussion that is finally come out probably in the last ten 15 years. So you can imagine 12 year old Gabe looking at all these famous people like, well, yeah, that's what you look like. Nobody explained it. I imagine that you think it's a great trend that Hollywood is admitting, listen. It's fantasy. We're faking. Yeah, totally. It's totally fake. There's some people who are like just naturally effortlessly beautiful. And I just have to not be one of them. You know what I mean? Like, it takes a lot of spackle. And I don't care. That's the thing. I think I'm sort of trending away from body positivity and towards body neutrality. What if how I look at the least interesting thing about me? What if instead of chasing pretty, we chase compassionate, we chase well read. We chased funny. We chase, that we're ambitious about things other than this little outside show. I think that might be just so much more interesting. So the standard of beauty is so narrow and entrenched that whether you adhere to it or rebel from it, it is still the center, and it still somehow relevant. And I'm interested in it being is relevant. Like now I'm in this place where I'm rebelling from it, but I'm still moving from the standard of beauty, so it makes it somehow a Paragon. And I'm interested in eradicating it. I could not agree with that more. And I say this in sort of self serving. You know, I always joke. I don't have a face for radio. I have a face for podcasting. The radio people are looking at me like, oh, yeah, you can't be here. But all joking aside all joking inside the reason that I bring this up is because you are a really big believer in the importance of humor and finding laughter. I know that sketch comedy has been a great outlet for you, but my very specific question is, some people think that if you're joking about a subject, you're not taking it seriously, and you don't feel that way at all. No, dude, comedy and joking about something. It's like an air bubble when you're drowning. You know what I mean? Like, look, shit is dark. And to me, jokes are a handle in the dark. It is a little bit of light to help you see the way. If I can joke about something, if I can find the lightness and the comedy and the absurdity of how painful everything is, then I can take a breath. And then I can continue on the path of trying to figure shit out. The whole idea that if you joke about something, you can't be serious about it is ridiculous, because if you joke about it, you're actually smart enough to see it for what it is and then also subvert it. Joking about something to me heightens the conversation. It doesn't diminish it. A great place to find comedy is social media. I love a lot of the support groups and the memes that come up on social media. And I just want to say that because I don't want to make it sound like social media is the worst thing that ever happened to our society. No. It's the worst and the best. Right. I love that. The seedy side, especially when it comes to the way that people see themselves because they're comparing their lives to other people's lives. And you've done a lot of work on this, explaining to people that look, social media is like Hollywood. It's not real. Yeah, it's curated, man. And look, there's a lot of accounts that are dedicated to not being curated who are being like, this is what I look like. This is what I'm dealing with today. I am differently abled. This is what it's like. You can find a lot of information on there about anything. It can be helpful. You can find your tribe, your community, you can find social activism. And then also it can be just paralyzing..

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"lyon" Discussed on The Psych Central Show

The Psych Central Show

05:38 min | 6 months ago

"lyon" Discussed on The Psych Central Show

"Have gen Lion, miss Lyon is an award winning actress who currently stars as Jennifer in the hit TNT series clause opposite niecy Nash, the fourth and final season airs this fall. Miss Lyon is devoted to being of service to others, engaging in numerous philanthropic endeavors, including advocating for body positivity and mental health. She lends her voice to the national eating disorder association, as well as the loveland foundation, an organization that provides opportunities and healing to black women and girls and communities of color, miss Lyon, welcome to the show. Hi, thank you for having me. I'm stoked to be here. We are stoked that you are here as well. Let's start at the beginning. Now, you aren't just an eating disorder in mental health advocate, you are someone who lives with an eating disorder and has struggled with mental health issues. Can you share with our listeners, the abridged version of your story? Sure, yeah. You know, I'm not only the president. I'm also a client. Remember that from hair club for men? I do, isn't that like the greatest Joe in the younger generation doesn't get that? Like I pulled that out of college and they just blank stares. I was like, I've turned a corner yeah. The other day, I said, looks like a pump feels like a sneaker and it was just stairs. Yep. Yep. The other one is calgon take me away. Nobody can take me away. Okay, so we're officially old. And I'll give you the abridge version of my eating disorder journey? Yes, please. Sure. I count on a family of southern women. They have always dieted. I always a big girl and there's just always a lot of food talk. And this is nothing against my mom or my aunt or it was just the culture that women were always trying to lose weight. It's the water we swim in. I vacated between diets, all my life. And then I think for the first time I was 16, I lost about 80 pounds by starving myself and a lot of doors opened for me, I felt all of a sudden was considered beautiful. I got cast in a community theater thing, boys started to look at me. I felt like I got along with my parents better, like I just it seemed like the world was a different place when I was a smaller size. And that sort of started me on a journey of gaining and losing the same probably 80 to 90 pounds over an O three starving and then binging. And then I think I really took it to another level in my mid to late 20s. I was doing a lot of theater. I was on the bigger side of me. And I was like, how small do I have to get to be in film and TV? I wonder. And I started to starve myself and over exercise and embarked on like a decade long journey of being as small as I could possibly be and not eating and being so afraid of food until afraid of gaining weight and it eventually morphed into bulimia, which is very common. You can only starve yourself for so long before your biology sort of takes over. It got so bad, I was probably throwing up 15 times a day. I couldn't keep anything down. And I eventually went into an eating disorder rehab from the rimfree center here in New York City and started on the path to recovery and on 5 years in recovery now. And it's certainly not linear. It's not like I went in there and then all of a sudden my struggles with food stopped, you know, and I never threw up again or I never wanted to starve again, but I feel so firmly rooted in this path of recovery and it's so much more stable now. Thank you so much for being open and for sharing. Now I understand from your bio that you have body dysmorphia disorder. Oh, sure. Yeah. And I actually think I don't know one woman. I'm truly not friends with one woman who sees herself accurately and who doesn't struggle with food and with her diet industry and with wanting to be different than she is. It's truly epidemic. As someone who lives with binge eating disorder, I've encountered a lot of people who would just flippantly say to me, Gabe, just stop eating or Gabe, you need to go on a diet. And diet culture is a thing, but as you've said numerous times, diet culture is not this positive, healthy culture that people seem to think that it is. Yeah, diet culture and also now it's sort of morphed into this catch all of wellness. I find it extraordinarily detrimental to women and men. I didn't mean to say just women struggle with what I just want for your body. I'm like, of course, it's meant to and non binary people and all of us. This obsession with food and was fitting into these narrow contents of beauty, completely takes out of account, food deserts, discrepancies and wealth, mental health, like there's so many things that go into what's on our plate. None of it has to do with learning to listen to our bodies learning to uncover terrible hidden beliefs or feeling trauma, like that's the root cause of most binge eating and eating disorders, but also when you get out of the root cause, it's because the culture in which we live is constantly telling us to not listen to our bodies cheese and its hunger. Like intuitive eating, I feel is the only way.

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Smith's late goal lifts Hurricanes past Blues

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 6 months ago

Smith's late goal lifts Hurricanes past Blues

"Brendan Smith's first goal of the season was the game winner with two fifty seven left as the hurricanes nip the blues three to two anytime you score your first with a franchise it's really exciting you you remember almost every play every who made the pass and I remember when my first one with the red wings and then with the Rangers in here it's just it's really it's really thrilling especially with the G. Doug Brady chance Sebastian I'll also scored for the hurricanes who avoided a second straight loss after holding a third period lead chase scored seventy five seconds into the game and our whole added a power play goal in the second Andrei Svechnikov for Tony deangelo both had two assists Alex Lyon had twenty seven saves in his Carolina debut probably Chevy chin Vladimir Tarasenko scored for the blues on the ferry

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"lyon" Discussed on The Barbra May Show

The Barbra May Show

05:12 min | 8 months ago

"lyon" Discussed on The Barbra May Show

"They are not able to self-regulate they are not able to take care of themselves and we know this humans. You don't have to have a child to know that human baby or baby when they come out baranov walking. You're not talking. They don't know how to feed themselves. They can't do any of that stuff. They're very very dependent on a primary caregiver. They don't know how to regulate their emotions has their brand new and so how they learn that is via something called co regulation with the primary caregiver. Usually it is the mother but it can be a nanny. It can be an older sibling. It can be grandparents it can be any human but how that caregiver is regulated and their nervous system will really determine how well they teach the little one had to be regulated and this starts the story of how people will say things like. Oh it runs in the family. Or she's just like her mother or just like her father in genetic you know there are definitely traits there without a doubt without a doubt i also believe in a soul so there's also the sole element to that something that i've been really interested in the last five years and people will say that they'll have to siblings. That are pretty much even identical twins and while they look the same genetically they just have different personalities. And then you go well. Is that related to how they retreated usually not especially when they're super identical so while there's other aspects there too but how we are raised in those first relief the first three years of life barbara and also the last trimester greatly influences how we develop something called mylan nation..

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"lyon" Discussed on The Fat-Burning Man Show

The Fat-Burning Man Show

04:41 min | 9 months ago

"lyon" Discussed on The Fat-Burning Man Show

"Time-tested secrets to aging gracefully. The problems with fake meat and tons more. Let's go hang out with dr lyon. Welcome back folks today. We're here with dr gabrielle. Lyon functional medicine physician speaker and founder of the institute of muscle centric medicine as well as creator of the lion protocol. Dr lyon fights proteins shaming with evidence based medicine and cutting edge science to restore metabolism balance hormones and optimize body composition. Welcome to the show dr lyon. Yeah thank you. Thanks so much for having me. So i was telling you before we started recording. That if there's anyone worth cloning it's you because there are so many people out there who are afraid of all animal proteins women in general struggle more to move weight or get into the the full-body compound movements that are so important especially as we age. So maybe you can start with. Let's all the heat at animal proteins in particular recently. What's that about well. I actually. I love that question and i think right now unlike any other time. We're seeing a lot of agenda and whether we know it that it's happened in the past but we do know for sure that there are groups. That pushed the agenda. So when you when i think about educating about protein you think about the mouse with a megaphone and you have big food companies and then you've got big pharma and then you have hollywood and these groups tend to be very anti animal. I'll give you an example. The hollywood media put out this documentary. The show this entertainment called the game. Changers and i. I had to really specify that as entertainment but what people didn't know is that james cameron actually had invested one hundred thirty million dollars in pea protein company interesting. Yeah so the narrative behind the anti animal movement is. I think more of a moral one because individuals perhaps behind the scenes. Don't feel like it's appropriate to eat me. And they push a lot of this agenda on on individuals and what's sad is that it educates from the top down so physicians are also taught in a way that is not accurate for example cholesterol. Did you know that. Forty million people.

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"lyon" Discussed on The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes

The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes

02:40 min | 9 months ago

"lyon" Discussed on The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes

"Welcome to the podcast katherine. How you doing today. I'm doing fantastic. Couldn't be better. thanks for having me on. Of course of course well geez you have quite the resume you you are involved with a lot of things that i hold near dear to my heart. Communication public speaking of dental practice management. Those sorts of things. All things that you speak about you are expert about so maybe you could tell us a little bit about how you got into all of those things and how long you've been in dentistry and let's start there. Yeah so. I started industry in college as a dental assistant and My i do a bunch of happy accidents. I learned the the administrative area that same practice in eventually managed it and then went on to manage a multi location practice and so My career took me in several directions but one was practice management. I became a practice management coach so for several decades. That's what i did and about think took happens when you get in your fifties you want more of certain things less of others and i decided to narrow my focus about ten years ago To communication skills. Coaching only so now and we rebranded the company to lyon speak and so now lyon speak is We say the overarching umbrella is communication coaching. But we do it in three different sectors or lanes is patient facing communications. Telephone skills have a pretty robust mystery. Shopper called program case presentation financial discussions things like that And then our second lane is team facing communications so we do a lot of a culture work a teamwork leadership training something very dear to our hearts. Cold courageous conversations. I'm writing a book on that right now. and then our our final sector is audience facing communications. We have train the speaker and train the trainer program. So that's a little about my about my journey. Love this industry. You know when. I was a dental assistant. I never thought that would be anywhere near a longtime fulltime career but turned out to be Where my heart was so yeah love it. I love it. I love the entrepreneurialism on your journey. I love that you stuck with this This niche which is not just dentistry but communications. I think that You have a lot of Job security given the fact that dentists. That i know are awesome communicators and i always say my joke is that you know if you don't know how to have a good conversation you typically don't know that you don't.

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"lyon" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

Encyclopedia Womannica

04:09 min | 11 months ago

"lyon" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

"Surname. It was after this marriage that she changed her. First name to dell phyllis lyon was born in tulsa oklahoma on november tenth nineteen twenty four at a young age phyllis. His family moved to northern california. Phyllis stayed close to home for college. She graduated with a degree in journalism from the university of california berkeley in nineteen forty six. After a few years of working as a general reporter phillips left california and took a job on the editorial staff of two magazines in seattle washington dell and phyllis met for the first time. When del joined villas magazine staff the to immediately hit it off and became fast friends. Their friendship evolved into a romantic relationship and on valentine's day of nineteen fifty three. They moved into a place together in san francisco. Their neighborhood in san francisco was a very catholic working class. Heterosexual community delon. Phyllis struggled with isolation as they found it difficult to develop a social network to combat this lack of connection and community. They founded the daughters of believed us or in nineteen fifty five. The name was inspired by a collection of erotic poems called songs of believes that celebrated lesbian sexuality at its inception. Do be consisted of eight members. It was the first lesbian civil and political rights organization in the united states. It was intended to be a secret social club for lesbians who did not feel comfortable going to bars. At that time gay and lesbian bars were being raided and harassed by police the do be transformed into a community where lesbians could feel safe to come out connect with other lesbians and find support to cope with the challenges of being unaccepted by much of society. Dell and fila served as counselors to their fellow members they provided rides to meetings and offered consolation members were having problems in their personal lives. They understood and commiserated with women who feared losing their jobs their homes and their families due to their sexuality although they originally intended for the group to be a secret del villas decided they wanted to give the group more visibility recognition with phyllis as the fearless editor. Do be began publishing. A monthly magazine called the ladder. It was the first nationally distributed lesbian publication in the us and dell and phyllis point to capitalize the word lesbian. Every time it appeared dell and phyllis were inducted into the lgbt journalists hall of fame for their work on the ladder in two thousand five in the early nineteen sixties there was a rise of oppression and violence against the homosexual community philipson dell worked alongside other gay and lesbian activists to urge state legislators to change california laws that criminalized homosexuality the legislators told them that if they wanted to make progress with their movement they should focus with religious leaders. Phyllis and del met with progressive methodist clergyman. Ted mack o. Vana ted was in charge of the young adult outreach program at the glide urban center through his outreach he'd realized that many of the homeless youth in the program were misunderstood gay men who were driven to the streets after being ostracized by their friends and families because ted himself was heterosexual. He sought support from local homa file organizations. Ted invited phyllis and del to a historic consultation between religious leaders gay and lesbian activists in nineteen sixty four the council on religion and the homosexual was born. It was the first.

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"lyon" Discussed on Future Based Podcast

Future Based Podcast

06:57 min | 1 year ago

"lyon" Discussed on Future Based Podcast

"So it's very easy to see signal when it's when it's not absolutely so we actually have the moment of the tools for performing surveillance but then it's almost as if we are kind of lacking a mindsets. How do we distinguish our understand her by sees. How do we distinguish the noise from the kind of real information and this is particularly what i of wanted to explore with you next because you have all this kind of wild the available technology we have mobile phones or sensors cheap cameras a lot of smart devices. That can become kind of our tools for enacting since valence but i want to bring back the concept of awareness. What is lacking in our awareness to become effective watchers. It's an interesting question. Some of the cases that i've been involved in definitely the the people who are watching to not even be aware of what they're watching and it's very useful information on the list. So for example imam project does involve about ten years ago. We were hoping a government track and contain disease outbreaks in particular relating to agriculture. As something that happens we've agriculture is that when fish get sick and the large population when they wash up on shore as you get lots of dead fish on the beach and so the analysts no this and looking for signals but regular people. Pretty much don't know that. So when as a family on vacation on some island and they come across millions of dead fish on the beach they might see that as as a particular kind of sign the times or the option. You make a joke about the end times and take a photo of tweeted right. Put up on twitter with no idea that there's a system collecting exactly the photographs. Exactly like that to not wear older. The fish kills a happening. And there's there's lots of things like this happening all the time they when people who on people like to trade or facebook about being sick so they'll right cough cough. I'm at home all day. Right and so there systems that are watching signals like that balance is happening without intention of the people who are actually doing it. It's for me particularly at this. Point is really fascinating because it gets into algorithm ikley mediated surveillance. So that's a lot of the times. You don't even know the intention or whatever being surveyed against i think are changing. Our mentality is watch is really interesting things to talk about it. I'd like to juxtapose this example with another example which is if i encounter camera. That's pointed at me on the streets and the cameras not connected. This example so then happens is the inverse of what you described in the sense that i become aware of a surveillance that's actually melt existed so it's almost like the two are complementary away the idea of collecting day for surveying without the subject being aware. Or it's the awareness of the subject regardless of their better data being collected. Yeah absolutely it's kind of like a Order as well the threat of an audit can encourage people to obey the tax laws even if they never get audited just having that signal being sent to the i was interesting it was also i think interesting classes the cases where we should be thinking about ways to get people to be active in surveillance for example like a lot of ecosystems now have invasive species and people have gone on hikes through nature and there are apps out there that allow you to record invasive species in local issues. Like it'd be really good lots of people out there taking photos of all these invasive species is going on now hikes and uploading some systems that we can have these things and figure out into being but a lot of people don't know about the absolute or that this will be a good idea to do it be very like they're going around taking photos of hikes anyway so having being able to share that and can be more active in that. That kind of surveillance would be. I would be really cool if we could figure out ways to encourage people to do that and make them aware that there's in place how great so we are actually kind of advocating for also relating back to awareness of of who is watching what is being watched and kind of the afterlife. Because sometimes you perform an action for a specific Intention but then later on it gets flagged on by let's say in automated system and becomes part of a surveillance process. You weren't even aware of and again stefan's example about being aware of nonexistent surveillance. And i often see kind of behavioral change that occurs based on your knowledge of being surveilled. So actually if you put a camera in the space. The space itself changes mainly because of that awareness. And i've seen a few cases also like within when it comes to police and people kind of monitoring the police that the police films back that you have a police officer who who kind of goes like. Alright let's make this bidirectional and it's quite interesting for but you mentioned one particular point that i want to dig deeper into and that is the wisdom of the crowds because if you have a lot of people surveying a lot of people collecting kind of data. A lot of people watching specially when it's bottom up and there is no centrality to their stories. a lot of the times stories could be conflicted. You can have a lot of noise of pollution. How do we deal with this kind of dilemma. When surveillance becomes bottom up in the tools for surveillance good question. There's no real. There's no easy answer obviously comes to mind immediately. There's two main ways of approaching one is you. Can you can build a centralized system that sits on top of the bottom up inputs. So some of the systems. I was just talking about a like this machine stretching for photographs of dead fish on the beach right and so people make take a photo of a bunch of leaves. It's not actually had fish. Enter the system can handle that sort of thing because it's it's designed to its aware of those kinds of saas But then he gets really interesting is when the system develops organically so in the early days. Wikipedia was like right. It's a lot of bottom-up contributions to the centralized system like more than going to pop up. And what can we do to kind of guide. These future systems in arising organically. I think it's a really important question. But one that the ends except for educating people generally about these issues making them aware that absolutely i think there is much deeper and longer conversation about governance and moderation of those bottom-up surveillance systems. Because although i think it's a good idea to have like a centralized notes that is concerned with kind of you know classifying out the noise even from the example of wikipedia. Not a lot of people know so much about how conflict is handled in wikipedia. For what are those governance practice. So is there any kind of framework adopt to kind of summon better. The wisdom of the crowds is as a general. A few general rules.

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OL Reign Land Bouhaddi and Marozsan on Loan From Sister Club Lyon

WNBA Nation

02:02 min | 1 year ago

OL Reign Land Bouhaddi and Marozsan on Loan From Sister Club Lyon

"The day we record this oil grain decided. They wanted to kick off the week with a bit of of a blast. Bit some fireworks to pretty awesome acquisitions or at least on loan acquisitions for the club which may not affect the challenge cup but will definitely affect the incoming year for oil rain I'll get over to you to give us some of the download on that okay. So this was big news. When leon got the ownership of of the rain we wondered what the implications of this would be is assistant vestments are. They're going to be recruiting opportunities. More money into the club. What is really look like right. As as of the day were recording. We saw some big news. That two of leone's players sarah body and a jennifer marijan are going to be playing for oil rain over the summer as soon as the season wraps up. This doesn't necessarily impact the challenge cup. But these are two of the best players in the world. Budi especially. I mean i would argue the best goalkeeper in the world This is huge for the rain. In the off season we saw some rain. Players go over to france and train with with leones team which was a huge benefit to them. But now we're seeing this as as this mutual partnership is talent sharing situation so not only. Are we seeing financial investment. Were seeing now. Some of the best players in the world coming to the nwa sell like we talked about this before. Steve about A lot of the american players. Like sam you is abigail. Kemper rose lavelle going overseas and leaving the nwf. But now we're seeing kind of the inverse happening. Yeah i think this is huge news. I mean the rainer ascendant as is but to get. This news is

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Turkey rejects claims of sexist snub towards von der Leyen

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 1 year ago

Turkey rejects claims of sexist snub towards von der Leyen

"Turkish officials are denying accusations that a leader of the European Union was snubbed because she is a woman earlier this week at a meeting at Turkey's presidential palace Ursula von der Leyen the European Commission president found herself without a chair to sit on during a meeting with Turkey's president Recep Tayyip Erdogan and European Council chief Charlo Machel the two men took the two chairs in the room leaving Vandor Lyon to gesture her disappointment and take a seat on the sofa away from the men in the room it caused uproar on social media now Turkey says that it followed protocol requests made by the European Union which the E. U. denies saying that it never got access to the room where the meeting took place Italy's premier has jumped into the fray denouncing what he called the humiliation that president Vandor Lyon had to suffer I'm Jackie Quinn

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Mumia Abu-Jamal, convicted of murder of Philadelphia police officer, tests positive for COVID-19

Necessary Blackness Podcast

02:30 min | 1 year ago

Mumia Abu-Jamal, convicted of murder of Philadelphia police officer, tests positive for COVID-19

"Shots freedom fighter in elder mumia abu-jamal Layoff death row. Believe it was back in two thousand eight on. He was on there for considerable amount of time There was a worldwide movement to get him off of their for also Worldwide movement stockton from being executed Was a fifteen year old spokesman for the black panther party philadelphia. He was targeted by f. Mona fbi in soil. He definitely should have been released by nanny so What we know right now is that his. He has preexisting conditions by the right. Amy is horrible He was most recently diagnosed with kobe nights. A he also has congestive heart failure. Which is where you know. Blood is not You know is significantly You know enough's sufficiently rather also hepatitis so we know what we know today. Is that mia. They're saying that he's still in the prison infirmary That the worst phase of the cova infection is over. The he's in the clear. This is from a activists who Gave an update to the philadelphia inquirer about his condition. And unfortunately that because he has hepatitis. C has a lot of like lacerations stores open wills on his scan and he's supposed to be getting a medical skin treatment in a in the form of a bat every single day per doctors orders. He has not been getting that. That is the last day at gotten Do comrades in. We'll be connecting this week and saw hopefully have some more updates tomorrow morning indefinitely as we're going through. But i implore everyone to pray for our brother. So-called can go on instagram. And look up or go on twitter Mumia abu-jamal official twitter account. You can also go over tomorrow. Instagram at lyon is crowned. You can see the flyers that were using. That had been circulated via official twitter for him. an call call the pennsylvania district district attorney's office in call various people At the prison at mandalay state prison in pennsylvania.

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Biting the Lion

Stories Podcast: A Bedtime Show for Kids of All Ages

06:29 min | 1 year ago

Biting the Lion

"Biting the lion. Once upon a time there was a mighty lion named hari. He stood taller than a man. His for was as gold as honey and his teeth were as white as milk. Each paul was bigger than a dinner plate and tipped with claws sharper than a steak knife. He moved so fast he could run down a cheetah and his jaws were so strong he could bite a boulder clean in half and that was on a bad day. I'm the biggest. I'm the baddest. I'm the king of beasts. He would roared anyone who got in his way he was always shouting at the other animals and anyone who dared to stand up to him would get swatted with a massive paw and sent rolling into the dirt. Finally after years of abuse. The other animals all got together to figure out a way to get hari. The lion to stop knocking them around. That lyon needs to be stopped. Said an antelope when all the animals had gathered. But what can we do. Honk the warthog. Yesterday he made me eat a dirt sandwich. I mean i like sandwiches generally but the dirk was a little dry would have been better as a mud sandwich. Nothing like a good mud sandwich. A specially when you get all the worms in their wriggling out a little gravel to mine too for some crunch sandwiches. Aside purred the tiger. We need to stand up to this bully. If we don't he'll just keep on bothering us for ever. He thinks he's so funny. Cackled a hyena. He grabbed my pond. Slapped my own face with it. He kept saying. Stop hitting yourself stopping yourself. I tried to stop but he was so strong. He said i must like it. If i'm laughing but i can't help it. That's just what i sound like. He said i was too small to even bother picking on buzzed and that he called me a big green noodle said the anaconda slithering out of some sticks debate off by tail added zebra. It wasn't much of a tail but it was all i had out of nowhere. The lion landed next to them. With a thump his claws were out and his eyes were flashing dangerously. Did i hear you nerds talking about me. Hari said you think you're better than the king of beasts. Just leave us alone said the antelope. Just leave us alone. The lion said back mocking. He pushed her shoulder and sent her tumbling into the dirt. I'm in charge here and don't you forget it. You shouldn't be so mean. The warthog said oh. I shouldn't the lion asked. Sounds like someone wants another dirt sandwich. Like to see you try ari. The warthog said backing up and shaking. His long tusks hari roared and prowled up the wardhaugh grunted and charged forward his sharp tusks low and deadly before he could get close though the lions swat it out with one hulking. Paw it caught the warthog across the rump. And he went rolling a mud ball into the bushes. Ha ha hari roared anyone else. Want to challenge the king of beasts. How about you stripes. He asked zebra care for a rematch. If you win a find new tail for ya. The zebra looked away but the anaconda slithered up your big. But i am longer she said i think it's time for a new king of beasts one who isn't such a big arrogant puffball arrogant snarled. Hurry you better. Tell me what that means right now. It means your vain and selfish. And you think you're the most important thing in the whole world. I don't think it i know it. Hari said looking one pond and slicking back his tawny main nod for long the anaconda said she began to call herself layer after layer of scaly green winding in a big circle around the lion. He spun in place watching for her diamond head. Her clever is and long forked tongue. That seemed to flicker the air with a sudden crack. The anaconda pulled herself tight her body. Like a not around hurry. The lion with a hiss. She began to squeeze good. Try hari grunted. But your just a big noodle. He opened his mouth and wrapped it around the anaconda with a roaring slurp he pulled the snake off of him and then spit him in a sopping. Wet pile so much for. The noodle king hari laughed. I'm the biggest. I'm the baddest. I'm the king of beasts. You may be the king purred tiger dangerously. But maybe it's time for a queen. She padded out to stand before the lion. She was nearly as big as him with blazing orange for and wicked curving teeth. I won't put up with your bullying anymore. Come on then. Hari said show me how. A queen fights with matching roars. The pair slammed together. This was the most fight they'd seen by far and it was quickly a rolling flashing a flailing gnashing tornado of for and teeth and claws. The other animals backed away as the two big cats battle each other spreading sweat and spit across the ground. When they finally crashed to a halt hari was the winner and the tiger sprawled at his feet.

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Former real estate CEO Michael Lyon back in Sacramento County Jail on drug charges

The KFBK Morning News

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

Former real estate CEO Michael Lyon back in Sacramento County Jail on drug charges

"Estate mogul in Sacramento remains in prison after his appeal was denied Cape because Johnny De Agostini has that story. A Sacramento court is denying Mike Lyons appeal of his conviction for secretly filming prostitutes in his home. The real estate mogul claimed he was convicted unfairly in the case, saying prostitutes do not have a reasonable expectation of privacy. The appeal was denied yesterday by the third District Court of Appeal in Sacramento. Lyons is currently serving a six year, four month sentence in state prison given in 2018, Johnny D. Augustine e News 93.1 KFBK You County

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Garland confirmation is a stage for 4 of GOP's 2024 hopefuls

C-SPAN Programming

05:38 min | 1 year ago

Garland confirmation is a stage for 4 of GOP's 2024 hopefuls

"App. Federal Judge Merrick Garland is president Biden's nominee to become attorney general. He testified in front of the Senate Judiciary Committee today. The hearing lasted most of the day We begin with committee chair Dick Durbin of Illinois. This hearing will come to order today. The Senate Judiciary Committee will hold a hearing on the nomination of Judge Merrick Garland to be the 86th attorney general of the United States. Judge Garland I wanna welcome you and your family. I want to welcome you back to the Senate Judiciary Committee. I know this return trip. It's been a long time and planning on you're here. Finally, this will be the Judiciary Committee's first hearing of the 117th Congress. Before I turned to my opening remarks. I'd like to just take a few minutes to make some Acknowledgments. I want to welcome my friend, Senator Chuck Grassley as the committee's ranking member. When I first came on the Senate Judiciary Committee 24 years ago, I was the ranking member on subcommittee with you, and we dealt with the issue of bankruptcy. Now Illinois and Iowa sit next to each other. And so did Urban Grassley. We have our differences. But Senator Grassley and I have worked together on important legislation over the years, most recently on criminal justice and sensing reform. I look forward to continuing that work in this Congress. I want to recognize the outgoing chair and ranking member Senator Lindsey Graham, who will join us remotely this morning, and Senator Dianne Feinstein. Senator Graham, as is true of Senator Grassley. Well, we don't always agree, has always been a welcome partner on many issues. Including one of the most challenging issues, immigration, Senator Feinstein. I want to come in for leading the committee Democrats with Grace and resolved over the past four years. I know she will continue to be an important voice on this committee on a host of issues, including in her new capacity as the chair of the Human Rights and Laws subcommittee, which I was proud to charity and past Congresses. I also want to welcome our new committee members who either be here in person. I see one in person and one probably remote senators Padilla And also on the Democratic side, Senator Cotton on the Republican side. I look forward to working with each of you. There's some historic first in the Judiciary Committee this year, Senator Padilla, our new senator from California, will be chairing the subcommittee on immigration, citizenship. Border safety. I'm honored that he's the first Latino senator to chair that subcommittee, and we look forward to his leadership. Senator Cory Booker of New Jersey will chair the subcommittee on criminal justice and counter terrorism. He's the first Black senator to chair a judiciary subcommittee. And we could not imagine a better choice at the helm of this particular subcommittee to all of our other members who are returning to serve on the committee. Welcome back. I want to thank all the committee members for agreeing to hold this committee hearing and vote on Judge Garland's nomination. It is a great honor to serve on this committee. The Senate established the Judiciary Committee by resolution on December 10th 18 16, making it among the very first standing committees of the Senate. This committee has seen many consequential debates and approved many important nominations and landmark legislation in the committee's history. There has only been one prior Illinois senator to serve his chair Judge Garland Lyman. Trumbull, who led the committee from 18 61 to 18 72, and during his term of service was a Democrat, a Republican, a radical Republican and a Democrat. Again. He was the most bipartisan senator, you could imagine His tenure was also distinguished by passage. Of historic legislation, the 13th 14th and 15th amendments to the Constitution. The Freedman's bureau acts of 18 65 and 18 66 Civil Rights Act of 18 66. The last of these was introduced by Trumbull ultimately became the nation's first civil rights law. As chair, Trumbull saw a nation torn apart by original sin slavery and widespread violence and injustice that continued even after the 13th amendments. Passage is African Americans throughout the nation face race. System. Our nation is still dealing with the consequences of these injustices. People of color face systemic racism, and we're still working to rid this nation of the horrific legacy of slavery and Jim Crow. This committee could make a difference. We have the jurisdiction and the opportunity to do it through legislation, oversight and nominations, including this nomination of Merrick Garland to service our nation's next attorney general. There have been few moments in history where the role of attorney general and the occupant of That post It mattered more Judge Garland should you be confirmed, and I have every confidence you will be. You'll oversee a Justice Department at an existential moment. After four tumultuous years of intrigue, controversy and brute political force, the future of the department is clearly in the hands of the next attorney general Under attorney general Sessions and successor Bill Bar. The Justice Department literally became an arm of the White House committed to advancing the interest. The President Trump his family and his political allies. It came as little surprise then that the U. S Department of Justice became the Trump Department of Justice General Bar stated clearly that he believed the attorney general was the president's lawyer, not the nations. And what were the results too many in the department's senior roles cast aside the rules law trump appointees in the apartment sidelined career public servants from Lyon attorneys, two FBI agents Limited their roles disregarded their nonpartisan input override, overriding their professional judgment and falsely accusing them of being members of the

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'The Bachelor': Matt James Felt Pressure To Choose a Black Woman at the End of the Season

Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

01:33 min | 1 year ago

'The Bachelor': Matt James Felt Pressure To Choose a Black Woman at the End of the Season

"James is the bachelor mondays on abc. Matt i've talked to rachel lindsay a lot about her time on the show and her experience and i wonder if you can talk to me a little bit about the pressure on you to choose a black girl at the end of the of the season their vows definitely not a pressure i put on myself initially no when i got there being the first black people are gonna be looking to you for a lot of different things and whenever i felt that pressure i just felt back on how i was raised in what i was looking for and a lot of those qualities. Have nothing to do with race in there. Were your hearts at are you carrying. Are you compassionate And thank goodness. That casts was so diverse in that made up a lot of what i was looking forward to may my decision that much easier with that kouadio woman there. Did you have to assume you. Talk to them about diversity before you did the show. I have to assume you said this is how it needs to be for me. Yeah and i think that not being on the bachelorette before they were still trying to get an understanding of lyon. What i'm attracted to him. When i'm about and they did a great job you know across the board what i was looking for i saw and As as the season continues. I think that It's very evident that they did their job in their party. Making sure everything represented.

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Thank You for Listening! Season 1 Finale - Ep. 24

THE RAYHART RUNDOWN

00:58 sec | 1 year ago

Thank You for Listening! Season 1 Finale - Ep. 24

"Like it's like too much. Teeth are falling out. That i actually had right so like i had like five hundred teeth and i'm just shooting out little bits of five hundred teeth like he was crazy. Do you want to know what the the meaning of what they say. The meaning of lyon. You're only out i have. I have had multiple interpretations of what that's supposed to mean. Okay and the one that stuck out to me. That actually makes more sense is a fear of change and something big is happening in your life. That's changing and you don't know if you're prepared type of thing right and this happened right before covid when i was getting laid off from the bar job. Yes so what he podcasts. Doodling that stuff comes up to be a dream that your teeth are falling out of. Your mouth is usually bad news. The dream presents everything from major life changes to a lack of self esteem from the fear of getting older to money issues.

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Interview With Valerie Jardin

The Candid Frame

04:34 min | 1 year ago

Interview With Valerie Jardin

"Times like we've never had times like these elites in in most of our lifetimes but there are there are moments where it can spark a lot of people to go out and photograph during the demonstrations for example happening last year and finding someone that has a unique take on. it is al- always something that i'm eager to find because you can see a lot of images that pretty much look. The same context said really similar. So what you really kind of hungry for. At least when. I'm hungry for someone who's really gonna do something that i wasn't interacting absolutely so. Yeah i've been writing and just going out there and still shoot almost every day. I mean you have to. I don't care what it is. But i need to take my amer out. How how were you in terms of going out in shooting every day you know your usual subject matter was not available to you. So how will you exercising that creative muscle during this time. Well for street. Photography resorted to going to areas where people were more you know. Let the guards down and were were. Life was pretty much normal like the beach. I find that the weather. I was in france or here because we have lakes every can walk a mile without hitting a lake miller beaches everywhere. I spent so much time. Just just walking along lakes beach area where people were unmasking. Kids grow laughing and you'd see smiles. You photograph life. Normal life was craving and i think that was more for me than actually wanting to i. I didn't really feel a need to document the pandemic. i the only reason being that i was protecting myself. i was craving normalcy so entirely navigated around that. When i was in france i was there for two weeks. August two weeks in october. At the time were numbers. There were really good. I mean in august it would have been hard to actually catch the thing but people were still wearing masks but not on the beach. The had to wear masks on the boardwalks and everything but not on the beach was the only place where life was normal and so i totally gravitated around that so now that the lakes are frozen. I'm actually going to probably spent a lot of time on frozen lakes. And and meet with ice fisherman and i just want to. I want that interaction. I wanna see people otherwise have been doing it. All of contemplate of photography more still life and actually taught a class numb writing a book about that. Which is you know the other thing. I love photographing anyways. And i do it almost every day. Whether it's on my windowsill or anywhere i go. I just don't usually use those pictures but now figure well know might as well just teach about that as well and people are craving that craving that either way have seeing for the next few months when we all going to be on lockdown again. I have been photographing people as much. Because i i have to deal with two people who are at high high risk so i just wasn't. I didn't feel comfortable with this roaming the streets in close proximity to people. But i've been doing like a lot of urban abstracts for better where i'm just looking at lyon seating color and that's been quite quite fun but i could not. I could not live with aching photographs after just a couple of weeks of of our initial lockdown. I was i was ready to scratch the wall of the paint with my fingers the luna that actually saved me the the early weeks because the dog again was first of all. She made us laugh when nothing was really funny was no other. She just lifted our spirits at an. I had fun photographing her at first with my camera then with just my phone. Because she's you know she's so much work that i think the camera the dog leg no way but the camera out again and i photograph in the house when i see her in a special light or something otherwise when i'm out and about with her it's just with the phone but that's really actually really been good for my photography because it was you know it's it's like shooting streets fy. It's all about the decisive moment and being quick and just so it was actually very very good so that was the first stuff. Yeah april may. I was a lot

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Greek Orthodox Priest Wounded in Lyon, France, Shooting

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Greek Orthodox Priest Wounded in Lyon, France, Shooting

"French police. A Greek Orthodox priest was shot while closing his church in the city of Leone and all out search is on for the shooter. A police official says The priest was taken to a local hospital with life threatening injuries after being shot in the stomach. The priest is a Greek citizen. The shooting happened two days after an Islamic extremist knife attack. At a Catholic church in the French city of niece that killed three people and amid tensions over a French newspapers, publication of caricatures mocking the Muslim Prophet Mohammed.

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A Shop Divided: Union Members Split Over Biden And Trump

Here & Now

04:59 min | 1 year ago

A Shop Divided: Union Members Split Over Biden And Trump

"It's here and now Democratic nominee Joe Biden and met with the president of the United Steelworkers yesterday on a whistle stop tour through Pennsylvania and Ohio. Biden is trying to win back union working class voters in the Midwest that helped President Trump win the election in 2016. The president is making the pitch that he's saved American manufacturing, But there are 66,000 fewer manufacturing jobs in Michigan, compared to July 2019 and 48,000 fewer in Ohio. Let's check in with a few union voters. Now Tim Petrovsky is the president of the United Steelworkers. Local 1900, South Lyon, Michigan. Tim. Welcome here now. Thank you. Thanks for having me Joe Biden, clearly making an effort to reach unions and working class voters in this campaign. But do you think he has a chance to get back some of that support that Democrats lost four years ago? I think he has the opportunity. I think it's a tough climb, but I do believe it can happen. Early on 2016 the manufacturing here in Michigan Steel business. It took a pretty good boom. A lot of that was already building but you know, the credit was given that way. You know, one of the things now, obviously, with the mishandling of the Corona virus and everything, a lot of our shops were shut down. The steel is not what it was promised to be the opportunity to speak with Vice President Biden two weeks ago when he was in doing his tour of Detroit, he met with four of us US W workers in one of the things we talked about was the ways to bring manufacturing jobs back to Michigan, he seemed he had a good plan to bring back good paying union jobs, not just jobs. Like it. Our mill we sell Yusa made pipe in our steals bought here in America, and one of the things he promised was to spend government money on products made in America. Right, so if they're going to use steel, they're going to use our steel. But, you know, I remember one of the very early executive orders that President Trump issued was promised to do just that to use US steel in pipelines, for instance, and he's made a big show of supporting the steel industry. Over the years, President Trump has he's slapped tariffs on Chinese steel. He's blamed People like Joe Biden for supporting trade deals like NAFTA. That he says is outsourced American jobs. I mean, what do you make of the argument that President Trump has been good for the American steel industry? Listen, I'm not goingto sit here and say that I don't believe in the beginning that it It was good. You know, it's a released it appeared that way. You know 16 17 even on into 18. The steel was good. I mean, our shop definitely was on optics. We hired 100 people. So we went from 140 ish people, The 2 50. But here we are 2020 in October now And we're down over 100 people. We actually have less people working than we did during that that rise where we're seeing that union leaders are likely to stick with Democrats this election. Just like they did in 2016, But with the rank and file, Tim, what about that? What? You're hearing from the rank and file your coworkers. The guys you work next to Now that's where it's. It's different. Obviously, the higher ups at the U. S W A W Things like that They support Democratic candidates. But there's a lot of people in our shop 20 years ago, this place would have been 95% Democrats. And now it's really split that I'd probably have to say something like 60 40 Republican over Democrat now, So on a lot of that is because of the up flux we had over the last couple of years. They gave that credit there. But now that you know, we're not working as much with the Corona virus or whatever reason. You know they're not willing to associate the blame as well. Right? So it's a really It's a shop divided anymore with the rank and file. I'm curious when you got to work yesterday were people talking about Tuesday's presidential debate. What? What did you hear from folks? Oh, man, it's ah, you know, as the union president at our shop, knowing that our shop is divided I try to avoid the politics conversation honestly at work, but no, it was. It was the big talk. I mean, that that debate was it was something right. I mean, it was Ah. I think it It was not good on believe not good on both sides here at work, even though Trump supporters were not happy with the way he handled himself. And the Biden supporters here were not happy with the lack of message. So, yeah, I mean, it's it's really divided. Tim Petrosky, president of the United Steelworkers, Local 1900 in south Lie in Michigan. Tim, Thanks for taking time out of your day to speak with us. No problem.

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National Bald is Beautiful Day with Jon Gay

Podcast Gumbo

02:57 min | 1 year ago

National Bald is Beautiful Day with Jon Gay

"Paul John Gay Aka Jag here wishing you a very happy bald is beautiful day. I have to turn this off because actually use a BOC three to shave my head and I've been doing that since two thousand when I was twenty five but just doesn't sound as good as the electric into a microphone. Hoping you have some podcasts ideas around bald is beautiful. Because, just remember God only made a few perfect heads on the wrist he put hair. I, always hope to get some good sound effects from I guess, but I'll say that electric razors the funniest one day John. Today is September thirteenth and for my first recommendation I'm going a little off the board here. I honestly did spend some time listening to a few episodes related to hair loss but none that I would force my listeners to suffer through. Instead I found a podcast made by youngster named Grady, who makes the grady and the Lille Lyon podcast grady share some interesting facts about animals. What does this have to do with? Bald is beautiful day you ask. Will in this episode, he talks about a beautiful bird known as the Bald Eagle. Did you know the bald. Eagle makes a biggest nest of any bird. Me Neither. Listen in for short two and a half minutes to get nine other facts, and then you can talk about it using the National Bald is Beautiful Day Hashtag even though it wasn't the true intent of the Hashtag. My guest today is John Gay when I reached out to John About being a guest, it made me a bit sad I met John podcast movement in two thousand eighteen and then again last year. But with no in person event this year, we wouldn't be able to catch up face to face. John's podcasts is called the jags show, which is focused around podcasts. He is short weekly episodes and then mixes in longer form interviews with industry people. In this episode, he interviews Rob Greenlee of the newly formed podcast academy. They talk about the industry and then give details about the academy which a lot of us are curious about. In fact, this episode reminded me to join the academy as soon as I finish recording. For last recommendation John Comes back with fellow bald man met cuddle who hosts the sound off podcast. Matt did a lengthy interview with Boston legend Mistress Carey about her departure from w. a. f., and her venture into podcasting. For today's extra awes- I'll let you know that I've been going to the same barber since high school even after moving four hours away. But due to the pandemic, my nephew is now cutting my hair is real job corporate advertising.

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Arcana Voting Semis

We Say Things - an esports and Dota podcast with SUNSfan & syndereN

01:53 min | 1 year ago

Arcana Voting Semis

"Go. To get into. So we're. into. The semi-finals. For the Arcana vote. So, do any of these surprise you. So Specter beats more fling I think we both predicted that. Spin, beat Luna. Did we predict on? I predicted that Luna, I think we both predicted Luna Win win but I wanted spent to win. I was very pleasantly surprised. Of course, he's going to get crushed by Specter said as A. invoquer destroyed a P. L. no surprise. And this one was a surprise witchdoctor barely beat drought Rangers Syndrome. Yeah. which be John didn't expect either. So now out of our final eight, six cores to supports and the supports are lion witch doctor we're going up against void and invoke I think we're going to end up having only course left in the top four. That's right. So I think void will beat Lyon. NYPD will be handsome. Age Spectrum will beats van and invoquer will be which Dr Yeah and I don't think any of these votes will be close maybe sniper am a little bit the others but. Then again now that it's all kind of narrow down maybe all the support players. Will vote for their. They only have to to pick from. Yeah. That's the problem they should have had one That's how link group. That is true. Now you're splitting the vote, and if they both lose, you have nobody to vote for anymore. Then you need to get creative with who your support because it's your support picking Volker A. Sniper I. Like it. That's true for. Fair enough. Anyway, just remember guys when you're voting for your support, just don't vote for lion. That's the easy way to remember this gopher witchdoctor if you're going to pick one of the to. Maybe, they'll put the Capri Sun and gunman I mean there's zero percent, but you can just pretend

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"lyon" Discussed on True Crime Brewery

True Crime Brewery

04:08 min | 1 year ago

"lyon" Discussed on True Crime Brewery

"Not like we're just talking about it for any kind of thrill. We're talking about it because we need to know what's going on in our society that's making this happen really drew. Okay, so we'll start John. Lyon, met his future wife. Xavier. University in Cincinnati. They were both students there. His wife Mary was from Erlanger Kentucky John was the Chicago. Boy. They married in Air Langer and had their first child a boy they named. Jay. Then after graduation John got a job at a radio station in Ohio, that's where Sheila was born. then. He worked at a radio station Illinois and Catherine more and they're. Following that John worked in both TV and radio in Peoria. He was on a daytime children's program where he played the guitar and Banjo. And in that same time period, nary was in a folk band. And then she gave birth to their youngest child Joe. Some pretty cool people I. Think they sound very interesting. He does. And she s in a folk band I. think that's really cool and it was the seventies. So they were kind of hit by guests. Yeah, probably. John's hard work eventually paid off. You got hired at W. M. A., l.. which at the time, the seventies was the most popular radio station in Washington, D.. C.. And John, was a pretty talented radio personality. So working at this station's worked as a fill in disc jockey, he read the news and he performed in a band, the multitask. Yeah John and Mary were both Pretty Witty People <hes> very well-spoken. So March Twenty, ninth nineteen, seventy, five was unseasonably warm in the suburbs of Washington. DC. Catherine. And Sheila Lyon. Ages ten and twelve were on spring break from school. John had worked the night shift the night before and drove home at six. Am that morning and went to bed. She learned Catherine. went to the Wheaton Mall. They had two dollars between them and they plan to get two slices of pizza. And Mary was happy to see them go together. She led the older one, didn't always want to spend time with their little sister, but recently, the two would become close played together like friends. But John Woke up that afternoon to an empty house. Mary had gone bowling and the boys were off playing with friends in the neighborhood. Mary came home with their younger boy. Joe Soon, after John Woke up, then he went back to bed for nap before dinner and Mary went and Rick. Some leaves in their backyard. When the sun began to go down, Mary really began to worry about her daughters. They were usually really good about being home for dinner and Sheila would call if they were at a neighbor's house playing. But Sheila had called and there had been no sign of the girls. But this is nineteen, seventy five. Your mind is not going to go to objection at this point. Nobody really thought like that. No, not then now. So they went ahead and had dinner with the two boys waiting for the girls to show up assuming they would. and. When there was still no word after they finish dinner Mary began calling around to all of their friends. No one had seen them though. So the family drove around looking for the girls and as time passed and they looked for their daughters in the Dr, the alarms really began to go off in their heads that something was wrong. So that's when they decided to call the police. But most runaways. The lions sisters, and they were nearly always found within twenty four hours. So when these girls were still missing overnight, the police began to realize that this was a case that was different. And the idea of follow play was becoming a real possibility at that point. The John and Mary told the police that this was just totally out of character for their girls both were honor roll students, and they both followed rules Catherine who went by Kate. Was the outgoing. Very Athletic,

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Solving the Murders of Katherine and Sheila Lyon

True Crime Brewery

04:08 min | 1 year ago

Solving the Murders of Katherine and Sheila Lyon

"Not like we're just talking about it for any kind of thrill. We're talking about it because we need to know what's going on in our society that's making this happen really drew. Okay, so we'll start John. Lyon, met his future wife. Xavier. University in Cincinnati. They were both students there. His wife Mary was from Erlanger Kentucky John was the Chicago. Boy. They married in Air Langer and had their first child a boy they named. Jay. Then after graduation John got a job at a radio station in Ohio, that's where Sheila was born. then. He worked at a radio station Illinois and Catherine more and they're. Following that John worked in both TV and radio in Peoria. He was on a daytime children's program where he played the guitar and Banjo. And in that same time period, nary was in a folk band. And then she gave birth to their youngest child Joe. Some pretty cool people I. Think they sound very interesting. He does. And she s in a folk band I. think that's really cool and it was the seventies. So they were kind of hit by guests. Yeah, probably. John's hard work eventually paid off. You got hired at W. M. A., l.. which at the time, the seventies was the most popular radio station in Washington, D.. C.. And John, was a pretty talented radio personality. So working at this station's worked as a fill in disc jockey, he read the news and he performed in a band, the multitask. Yeah John and Mary were both Pretty Witty People very well-spoken. So March Twenty, ninth nineteen, seventy, five was unseasonably warm in the suburbs of Washington. DC. Catherine. And Sheila Lyon. Ages ten and twelve were on spring break from school. John had worked the night shift the night before and drove home at six. Am that morning and went to bed. She learned Catherine. went to the Wheaton Mall. They had two dollars between them and they plan to get two slices of pizza. And Mary was happy to see them go together. She led the older one, didn't always want to spend time with their little sister, but recently, the two would become close played together like friends. But John Woke up that afternoon to an empty house. Mary had gone bowling and the boys were off playing with friends in the neighborhood. Mary came home with their younger boy. Joe Soon, after John Woke up, then he went back to bed for nap before dinner and Mary went and Rick. Some leaves in their backyard. When the sun began to go down, Mary really began to worry about her daughters. They were usually really good about being home for dinner and Sheila would call if they were at a neighbor's house playing. But Sheila had called and there had been no sign of the girls. But this is nineteen, seventy five. Your mind is not going to go to objection at this point. Nobody really thought like that. No, not then now. So they went ahead and had dinner with the two boys waiting for the girls to show up assuming they would. and. When there was still no word after they finish dinner Mary began calling around to all of their friends. No one had seen them though. So the family drove around looking for the girls and as time passed and they looked for their daughters in the Dr, the alarms really began to go off in their heads that something was wrong. So that's when they decided to call the police. But most runaways. The lions sisters, and they were nearly always found within twenty four hours. So when these girls were still missing overnight, the police began to realize that this was a case that was different. And the idea of follow play was becoming a real possibility at that point. The John and Mary told the police that this was just totally out of character for their girls both were honor roll students, and they both followed rules Catherine who went by Kate. Was the outgoing. Very Athletic,

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Pilgrimage to Sacred Activism

Hay House Meditations

05:40 min | 1 year ago

Pilgrimage to Sacred Activism

"Hi Andrew and welcome on to the hey house meditations podcast how wonderful to be with you and how wonderful to have the opportunity to speak to whoever's listening from my heart. Out wonderful wonderful. I'd like to talk to you today about the Fifteenth Century Poet Mystic Kabeer. Who you've been doing so much work on and and perhaps have you read a few of his lines. That articulate a meditative experience that is at once transcendent but also completely grounded I really appreciate that in computer But before we get there, there's a pilgrimage that I like to ask you to take us on a pilgrimage to the ark of of your own spiritual journey. An ARC that is has taken pauses with a variety of traditions, teachers, and Gurus and especially that are of the internal pilgrimage of the heart. So I wonder if you'd take us on that pilgrimage and then we'll sort of maybe conclude with Kabira. Does that sound all right with you? That sounds wonderful. Today and your little remission it it's. Never ends. I remember when I was with father bid when he was dying and. The thing that struck me most and move me most about him here. He was the greatest living Christian mystic but even on his deathbed when he was eighty seven, he was still striving for deeper and deeper realize. So he gave me a permanent image of what this really is journey of endless expansion. Shems of Tabriz said to Rumi. The world of God is wealth of endless expansion. We don't ever arrive. We just go Diba and DEEPA and Deepa went blasted where wild enough were brave enough into a mystery that always keeps opening onto wilder and holy vistas. This is my experience. Yes, and you're well I must say your your life has demonstrated that but I'm not exactly certain if you knew that when you were born. In mother India right you are. You're born in south India early in your life. You earlier in life you're surrounded by multiple religious by religious face including your your parents Protestant faith. And among the Hindus and Muslims. So how did that early on your life? How did that shape your outlook on the nature of humans on the nature of people and the nature of the divine? India is too big bomb in a well the distill known that live as cred experience. And that mock me forever I feel that I have an Indian. So a European mind and an American mission. So my deepest deepest ground is always in there especially in south India. When I was born. Nineteen fifty two was the twilight of the Rosh. So this. Was the atmosphere of an. Empire would still. Diffused itself through everything but India itself although it had been dominated by the British in never lost its passionate spirituality and that's what I met in the earliest and most impressionable years of my life. I loved going to temples with my Hindu coke. I loved learning the hail. Mary from my Catholic nanny and I loved it when the driver that we had to as a Muslim stopped the car in the middle of traffic and put his. Prem Don and chunk to Allah. In very early on. I met a saint and this is an extraordinary story because I had white Russian. Godmother. who used to smoke cigarettes out of black along black cigarette holder in Lyon dressed in gold she fall she looked like a Russian Melena dietrich and I was crazy about her she's. and. Every day off to school I would go running up the stairs of her flag. And jumped into bed between her and have great friend who is huge Rowley poterie Indian woman Shanti. Of course as a child I didn't know. Shanti Shanti, later revealed to me it was India's greatest living Quila and she is the child had been. A welcome to previous incarnation and a gunman, a group of journalists to the village that she'd been born in. As, a nine year old recognized absolutely everybody and Meta previous husband and said the money looking for is under a break in the back. So he went and found the money that he'd been looking for. Any. gave. Me a lot of profound simple instruction. She told me two things that have not my whole life. She said God is one. God is the sea and all religions alike rivers that run into the sea. So. Don't get hung up on anyone religion realized that they're all different expressions of the same unity, the different expressions of the same reality

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Everything you need to know about the launch of Valorant

Checkpoint Radio

05:34 min | 2 years ago

Everything you need to know about the launch of Valorant

"We talk a lot about the new game Valerie incident official gamers have been retiring to go play Valentine's but one of the most viewed games on twitch while still in beta well now it is finally out of beta and available for all to play but its launch week wasn't looking so good we're beard what's going on with Valerie man so Valerie is finally out of beta it is currently almost half up its the you can't play competitively on Valerie right now it's only on competitive matches what don't think that that might is is one of the things may be contributing to people not playing it as much a little bit but here's the thing this is the first chance that people have to buy all download it right like the beta had a lot of people playing it but is still closed beta right just by virtue of what it is there's the liking of the stream numbers got so far up there because people have to watch somebody playing the game in order to get the invite to get the access to the beta yes and so then what then happened is they they launched on June second which was a I Tuesday and the problem is they did it on the same day that that social media blackout in solidarity with black lives matter while and I definitely didn't help and so what happened is there was a lot of people A. off social media be a lot of large streamers like Dr disrespect a ninja and made shot and all these different guys who just worked streaming at all but then yes like the lack of competitiveness the competitive mode is just tough at the moment and it's it's the biggest thing is you can go and see the general temperature of how people feel about the game by going to Metacritic right now the average score on Metacritic for this game is twenty six out of a hundred so yeah it's very low it's been kind of slaughtered like they you know they they really have been dipping into two pools during the the beta this the counterstrike go players and the overwatch players right and it seems like they haven't done a great job yet according to it you know like popular consensus of of winning over either of those you know I mean I I think one of the other issues you look at two is there were so many people that were able to play the beta if they watch long enough right that I got to be that you know I think that a lot of people have made up their mind already you know Jake Lyon casting the overwatch league you know I do a show with the L. S. as he took the check might be dot com plug you know he said he basically did his placement in the beta and he's like you know those those fibers are really my game he's done with it now right I think a lot of people got excited and caught up in a just a new game the bait is out I really want to get I don't be left behind my friends are playing and if they're still in there still and that's great you know looking right now it's which one two three four five it's a seven game wins the game ninety one point seven K. yeah that's not bad right but even you know stuff like minecraft counterstrike call of duty four night grand about a fiver still beating it out but I think you're at the point now where the beta that what is your big reveal that was a big numbers I know that now the game is officially live but people are already decided if they like it or not I what's weird to me is like if you've been following any of the professional E. sports organizations they're all announcing teams they just announced he go who used to be a counterstrike god who's now going over and starting he's the team captain for a hundred thieves it died team T. ten they just announced two different teams there is another I. Janji announced a team but like to be fair landing for the future right because the fact that riot first of all they know how to do E. sports like league of legends is the most profitable Eastport right now like they operated in the black for a long or sorry in the red for a long time the faces are making profits with it citing the people are looking at Valerie and they want in on the ground floor and it's gonna take some investment and that's gonna take some trust in Ryan in in this game and some investing in the long term James a delay do you think that it's going to be able to survive because in my opinion I don't know if if they don't start out of the gate strong if they're going to be able to keep their head above water long term I would like to think that the bills survived but I mean I've I feel like I'm not in a position to speak to that but I do have a question I'm kind of confused so you're saying this is not available for competitive play meaning like that you can't queue up and had to be ranked rank system yet right right so used to playing in the with the winner five it doesn't matter it doesn't matter you know you're not really playing for anything why are they still put out this team's making his team just practice I did I didn't get I think like Robbie said to get ahead of the ready yeah get ready for it in there and there are still you know independent tournaments that are going on there's just no there's no way that you James could log on and play competitively in be ranked anything like that right but there are still tournaments that are happening were obviously you know there's prize pools and stuff into it like that so this still competitive play involved but nothing officially like rain through nothing decade actual players can get it was the one thing I was kind of confused about yeah I mean honestly I don't I don't think that that is terrible right I I think that the people are putting too much stock in only on its live in no one's playing as much as they were in the beta well of course not the beta was hype you know they were bots trying to farm keys was also inflated but when you look at where it's sitting compared to other games it's doing fine I don't think there's any way to fix the sevens game I've right it'll still survive survive forever I don't know will be as big as legal legends R. sum was other games that people are watching the plane it might not hit those milestones but I feel like it's going to have a little longevity for awhile especially people all these pro gamers that are leaving their their actual game they have to do it for that yeah there's gonna be some behind it is still gonna have some sort of a a life behind every surveillance not having the best first

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Chicago's Lower Wacker Drive closed due to flooding

Bill Leff and Wendy Snyder

00:20 sec | 2 years ago

Chicago's Lower Wacker Drive closed due to flooding

"Right now though here at sixty midway fifty nine fifty nine degrees at Chicago's lakefront heavy rains caused widespread flooding across the area including the basement of the Willis tower in lower Wacker drive in Lyon several feet of water covered the streets headed people some some up to their waists alliance fire department went door to door rescuing people resident

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"lyon" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"lyon" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"At Lyon Toyota cannot rational Democrats wanted all House Judiciary chairman Jerry Nadler's issued a subpoena for the complete unredacted Muller report. CBS's Nancy Cortez on Capitol Hill, Nadler and five other top Democrats rejected an offer to view some of the redacted material next week. They balked at attorney general bars conditions, including one that would prohibit discussion of the full report. Even with other committee members. The Justice department says the subpoena is premature and unnecessary. Spokeswoman said the department will continue to work with congress to accommodate. It's legitimate requests. President Trump yesterday said he was exonerated in. The report is now criticizing CBS's ouija Jiang before hitting the golf course at his Florida resort. President. Trump took another swing what he called the. Crazy Muller report. He said some of the statements made about him our total Bs and only given to make the other person look good or metoo look bad to the children of David and Louise Turpin who starved and shackled. Their children spoke publicly for the first time today, including the eldest daughter who made it clear, she's moving on with her life. In the fighter strong, and I'm shooting. The couple was sentenced to up to life in prison CBS as John Blackstone was in the California courtroom and imposing his sentence. The judge told the turbans that their actions were selfish, cruel and inhuman. He said that if the children ended up thriving in life, it would not be because of you both. But in spite of you, both five deaths.

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"lyon" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

06:38 min | 3 years ago

"lyon" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"I was going to tell you that you can't win. Unfortunately, Dr Alex stone joins us to talk about more bad news for Boeing it turns out that there were some safety options for these two airplanes, the one that crashed in Indonesia and Ethiopia that may have kept these planes in the skies except the error liners. Were were too cheap to add the add on options. And that's unfortunate that Boeing is charging extra for safety features, Alex swell. Yeah. This is if you remember yesterday, we were talking about runaway trim and the angle of attack and all of that that he generally has to do with where the nose is on the horizon is it too. I is it too low with like buying a car that airlines have options when you're buying a plane. You can have options on the lighting. Do you want a window in the bathroom what kind of seed to what what kind of ovens onboard and different components up in the cockpit? And one of those components has to do with the this aspect of of the trim of the plane, the angle of attack indicator that does a calculation of the angle of the plane the angle of the wings and the wind moving past the the plane and over the wings and decides if the nose is too high then you're in danger of stalling and. In the case of the IMAX eight nine then it will automatically bring the nose down. But at least in Lyon air, we don't know yet in Ethiopia and air, but in Lyon air that there was about function with the sensor, and it immediately brought the the nose down and the pilots didn't know how to recover from that. Now, there are two of the angle of attack sensors the the system that brings the nose down automatically innomax eight nine only uses one of them. So if that sensor is bad, then you can have a problem. Now the option here is in the cockpit. Do you want the pilots to be able to to see the data coming from those two angle of attack indicators were they can see the the data that it's reading in real time. And then a second option. Do you want something called a disagree light? If those to censor is in the front, disagree on the data. Meaning there's a problem with one of them. Then a light will go off in the cockpit. Well, reportedly that. Ethiopian Airlines in Lyon, air did not pay for those options. Southwest Airlines at American Airlines and the US say they did. And they always have going back to the eight hundred seven hundred and eight hundred which were the the series before the eight and nine of the airlines currently have and they they still have the the seven hundred and eight hundred as well. But they've got it in those. They've got it the max aircraft and they're not flying right now. So US carriers at least southwestern American say, they did pay for it United, it appears may not have buddy in these foreign airlines. It looks like they did not. And even if you pay for these extra features, that's not the end of the problem. Right. Because you still need the pilots to be trained to understand what they mean. And what to do if a problem arises in flight? Well, yeah. And this is the thing. And and this is why we're being told by United and other pilots that these features these options really aren't needed that a pilot should know if the nose is going down that he or she doesn't need numbers on a screen or a light to go off to say warning your nose is going down that if they look at the horizon, and these were clear days when Ethiopian Airlines in lion air went down today should know that they're having a problem. Let alone when the nose goes down violently and quickly like we know happened in at least flying air that no matter how much data or how many lights blinking in the cockpit. It doesn't matter. The end result is going to be the same as we talked about yesterday you reach down, and you disengage the automatic L. Elevator. It's to toggle switches by the the captain's right side, you're disengaged that and then you hand fly the plane and the planes. No longer pushing your nose down that whether or not an alarm told you that or just being a human tells, you that all of a sudden you're crashing back to earth that the the result should have been that. And at least in Lyon air doesn't seem like most of the pilots were trained in that the FAA wants to fix its reputation. And I don't know why. I haven't seen them cross this alert yet, they need to make sure that these safety options are required because right now, they don't require them, and that will help I think the public perception with this cozy relationship between the FAA and Boeing how many more planemakers have these add on menus. You know, I'm I'm wondering about Airbus. Now, if they have a similar menu type. Purchase option. Yeah. And Boeing says that they are now going to make it mandatory it will be a part of the base model on seven thirty seven Max's, at least we don't know about the what they call the N G the next generation of the seven hundred eight hundred nine hundred but at least on the newer planes. They they will automatically put it in there. I don't know on air by Finn bombarded a and Embraer and all of other airline all the airplane makers are becoming now eaten up by Boeing and by Airbus, but most of the aircraft that you see out there are from only a couple of manufacturers and many of them in the US are from Boeing. So this will impact a lot that it will be automatic. But if you were flying south western American on those max aircraft they were on their anyway because those airlines decided to pay for it, Alex stone. Thanks so much. Appreciate it. You got it. All right. Coming up next tectonic with Mark Saltzman. We'll get a review on the new air pods. Are they awesome? Or maybe underwhelming. We'll find out Gary and Shannon, Wayne Resnick in and Monica. People who live in Compton are now calling for the city to fix some deep potholes. Recent damage from heavy rain has prompted some people to try to fill the potholes themselves or place sandbags in them, something voters approved a sales tax in two thousand sixteen that's generated ten million dollars a year to improve roadways Compton has yet to use any of that money for street repairs. A man who crashes stolen car into a crunch fitness center. In LA mirada has been charged with attempted murder and other crimes that crashed Tuesday happened early in the morning workers. Jim say the man was apparently mad that his membership had been cancelled over complaints that he'd been harassing women and Jimmy Carter's become the longest living president in US history. He is ninety four years old and one hundred seventy two days that is record now because the former record holder was George H W Bush partner was the first American president.

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