21 Burst results for "Maciel"

"maciel" Discussed on The Running for Real Podcast

The Running for Real Podcast

01:55 min | 9 months ago

"maciel" Discussed on The Running for Real Podcast

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"maciel" Discussed on The Running for Real Podcast

The Running for Real Podcast

03:06 min | 9 months ago

"maciel" Discussed on The Running for Real Podcast

"So do you have, do you have hope that we can as run as get to a point where we are driving change within our sport in terms of that in terms of our racing situation? Yes, I think just as you do just expressing our love financial nature and also this passion, I think maybe the future runners and the younger people, they can feel that out. So that is not a physical, I support is some more than that. And then they start to do the good work. Yes. Okay, Fernanda, anything else you would like to tell the listeners before we let you go off onto your next and to your next adventure? Yeah, so thanks so much for being here. It's a pleasure you are awesome Tina. I hope they can interview you also. I wish you good luck for everybody just be grateful for where you are right now. And I think being the simple life is the most beautiful one. And I wish the best for everybody and just enjoy the mountains and the trails because this is a beautiful gift that you have. Absolutely. And I put lots of links in the show notes for people to go find you. Fernanda, thank you so much for all that you have done. I appreciate you and we look forward to following along as you return to running and racing. Thanks so much. Have a good day..

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"maciel" Discussed on The Running for Real Podcast

The Running for Real Podcast

03:32 min | 9 months ago

"maciel" Discussed on The Running for Real Podcast

"I love the way through projects. I try to do once one project per year. And then is that usually the right flow I have always like a very tough running. Objective, no, go. But also some social shower environment go out. So during this project. So then as to why now you beat this Patagonia where I will be running a hundred kilometers around the fitzroy. In the year, the continental is the continental ice is the Patagonia sure eyes. And it's super 7 days, so I'd like to try to go in one day less than 24 hours. Wow. And now so it's like it's on the glacier is incredible. I try to do that ten years ago, I couldn't. I stop in the second day, was super tough because the conditions of the weather there is really, really tough. So I hope I'm pretty ready to have a good condition with the weather and to be able to do that. So that is the one project and also have another project in new Papua. In Indonesia, also about the social problems they have there is kind of a Civil War. And I'd like to run up and down the highest mountain of the sania continent. So yeah, I think in this project, they bring to me so much in cool values and I'd like to share that with everybody. So the people they can follow, they can get involved. They can make a donations. They can give support. And they can share what is going on in this place. So it's super cool. Thank you to inside track of sponsoring this episode of the running for a podcast. I have been working with inside tracker for many years now, I love that it gives me a snapshot of how my body is doing without having to look at numbers on a scale or look at my weight or look at anything else physically. I can actually see what is going on on the inside because what is on the inside is what counts. Now, they are powered by science, they believe that we can transform our body's data into these plans that make it possible for us to make changes to our life. They're going to give you this ultra personalized plan that is easy to follow, they have.

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"maciel" Discussed on The Running for Real Podcast

The Running for Real Podcast

04:01 min | 9 months ago

"maciel" Discussed on The Running for Real Podcast

"So when I was studying loss, I was, oh, I really want to finish my degree after 5 years just to become an environmental lawyer. And so it was my dream to work for my state to protect the nature of my state. And then that becomes true. So when I finish already before I finish all my university, I was already working as a trainee for the foundation for the my state. And then that was super cool opportunity that I had and that was really a dream for me. But of course, environment when you are environmental lawyer, the environmental loss, they are amazing, but in the same time, there are so much political part of that behind the so it's not easy. Job is not that it's not easy to be environmental lawyer, especially in giant county as a resume. We've so many problems with the environment. So that was verta for me. And then I had to give up to be a lawyer. And then I started to work for international energy like that to work also if environment. So I was working to Brazil and to spend. So I also came to live Europe. I was working for this on YouTube. When you said that it was really tough to be an environmental lawyer in Brazil and there is a lot going on there and I've listened and learned a lot about some of the environmental challenges going on in Brazil and it is very difficult situation. Was that hard for you as someone as run as we like to set goals or say that we're going to do things? And then immediately, not immediately, but soon we see our impacts. We see our hard work coming together and we achieve things pretty quickly. Do you think that was tough for you as you are someone in the other main area of your life being running where you can set out to do things and then do them and then the environmental lawyer side of things did it feel like you were just getting nowhere. And so it was hard to stay motivated. Yes, especially because I think when you love nature at least in my case, because I was I support best on all sorts. So I really miss this video contact with nature. So of course, I was protecting nature and work inside the office there. We have so many process in front of me. And the many many fires in so many giant industries. But somehow I was missing to be on nature, you know? It's like, maybe as the person out trainer teach someone running and the 10 million side the gym and suddenly realize, wow, I really want to be running outside. Kind of the same. So I was like, well, maybe I can do something for the environment. But being outside being outdoors. And then this is the way I am right now. I'm exploring and trying with my person just inspire people to be a little bit more aware about what's going on and yeah, I think it was more there. And that was healthier for myself. So tell us about white flow. This is something that is your passion project and something that relates to being able to do your sport professionally, but then also bringing attention in terms of environmental damage. Yeah, the I created in 2000 12, the white flow, so has been like I've done like a redesign gate project. So that is amazing..

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"maciel" Discussed on The Running for Real Podcast

The Running for Real Podcast

05:36 min | 9 months ago

"maciel" Discussed on The Running for Real Podcast

"Did you struggle at all with the fact that this happened, you said about belaying your blame your boyfriend during a training session, was it difficult for you to accept the fact that it wasn't you running and falling and hitting your head on a rock, but it was, you know, you were supporting someone else, like, how did you process that? Yeah, that was a long process. If therapy and lots of acceptance meditation and helium education, it's hard because especially because I didn't want to be in that place in that moment, and but at the end of the year because it was my choice. But I think when it's like that is harder. Yeah, but I've been learning a lot with the therapy and yeah, I think everything there is a reason, you know, and not just by I wasn't in action. But somehow I had to stop. So that maybe something in the future was coming worse to my side and that was not so bad and just stopped me to realize what I was doing. And what was wrong and yeah, so lots of lessons. I'd love to go back to your early starts being that you started out as a gymnast and you were competing in major competitions, coming to America by the age of ten. So do you think you were from a very young age competitive enough within whatever you were doing that you were always going to do you feel you're always going to be an athlete? Yes, I think I start so young, it's so trained so hard for so many years, it was like four hours every day to be tough training and not able to drink water..

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"maciel" Discussed on The Running for Real Podcast

The Running for Real Podcast

05:41 min | 9 months ago

"maciel" Discussed on The Running for Real Podcast

"So you said that the tough times at UTMB taught you more than it went well. What is this brain injury taught you? I mean that's incredibly frustrating to have something that takes so long to feel like yourself to be have to be so careful with, you know, your brain is so precious. You can't possibly ignore the advice. So tell us about what you've learned during that experience. Yeah, with the brand new I learned that I made a really more calm personal right now. I'm more quiet person before I think I was just going going, you know, and then the brain needs you just has that meat at all. I stopped. I wasn't able to walk or talk. So when you are not able to move, you learn a lot. And then you really stop and to realize how the values of life and the values to be moving just to work and you know, I was praying every day just to be a normal person. And I still like that. The nice praying that I really want to read as a normal person. Now I'm able to drive a car, for example. So before I couldn't. So it's like this little steps. You are always grateful. And during the race, especially the long distance is always like that. You know, I think we try to be in the present moment just being grateful for each step you are doing because you know that the long distance is so tough. To end four hours, nonstop giving the maximum effort is so tough. And I think you really need not just your mind and your body to be connected, but also your spirit at all part. So if the brain usually, I think my I couldn't meditate because I couldn't focus. So I was so bad, I couldn't focus. I couldn't do like they may not guide the meditation. So what I was doing was just praying and trying to develop my spiritual side, the maximum that I could. So I think now I'm super strong, much more than before. In my spiritual side, I'm super grateful right now. I'm super blessed by God and the blessed by the universe. And so I'm really connected right now much more to the only verses than I was before. Yeah, thank you for sharing that. I mean, I love that there's always silver linings and things that come out of injuries and things that go wrong. We always learn from those, even though they're tough going through. And you mentioned about the spiritual side, I'm assuming that..

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"maciel" Discussed on The Running for Real Podcast

The Running for Real Podcast

02:18 min | 9 months ago

"maciel" Discussed on The Running for Real Podcast

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"maciel" Discussed on The Running for Real Podcast

The Running for Real Podcast

02:47 min | 9 months ago

"maciel" Discussed on The Running for Real Podcast

"Hello, my Friends, welcome to episode 274 of the running for a podcast. Thank you for joining me today. As always, I am excited that you are here and excited for this episode. 274. We're closing in on 300 already. This feels like it would just did 200 but very excited for the future of running for real. A lot of people have been asking me lately about what the future of running field looks like in three years 5 years ten years. It's hard to say. I mean, I feel more passionately about the direction that we're going in, the heart of running for real as we've been working on within our team. But when it comes to specifics, I kind of have enjoying letting it unfold, so what are your thoughts? I would love to hear from that we got some insight from you in the survey that you just completed. And I appreciate every single one of you that filled that out. There was a lot of you, and it was very helpful. But yeah, it's going to be fun to see where this thing goes. Now, today I am excited to bring you on a special friend of mine who actually was just featured in a U.S. running realized episode a bonus running realized episode which came out just last week. We did it because cop 26 or the climate UN climate change conference was going on. And wanted to do something that was timely and meaningful and oh, by the way, the UN asked us to do it. It was a collaboration with the UN and so it was a massive deal and very exciting. And so we featured my guest today, which is Fernanda maciel, Fernanda is an ultra runner, and she has done some incredible things in her years as a runner, not only as an environmental lawyer, but also just in her own running accomplishment. She has completed UTMB 9 times four podiums of those 9 and one win. And she also has one all kinds of trail mountain ultra races and she has been ranked in the top 5 in the world in skyrunning, or she's finished in top 5 in the sky running world championships, and she's also been top three in the world ranking for 2018, 2019, and as I just mentioned, she was practicing as an environmental lawyer. She has stepped away from that as you will hear why. But I'm really excited for you to get to know Fernanda. She's a very inspiring person and just has a lot of energy that she has to offer this world. We are really lucky this is a special treat to have her here. So without any feather or do we are going to thank God of our sponsors and be right to this episode with Fernanda masso..

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"maciel" Discussed on UN News

UN News

03:17 min | 1 year ago

"maciel" Discussed on UN News

"Environment. I think it's you needed to work. For the brazilian ultra marathon athlete fernanda maciel and kirsten millburn from the un humanitarian coordination office archer on the hash tag human race challenge that everyone's invited dry in support of halting climate change and also raising awareness about how aid emergencies increasingly linked to natural disasters to take part. All you have to do is to connect to strata and log one hundred minutes of physical activity between the sixteenth and the thirty first of august. If you can't do it you can also sign up to support this call to action via the campaign site which world humanitarian day. Just search on your favorite search engine. Now it's time to hand over the baton to salons beltaguy. Cortez for her closing thoughts on showing solidarity vulnerable people affected by climate change hustles. Danielle we are only a few months away from the un climate summit cop twenty six where the world's leaders will meet to discuss climate actions. The human race is a timely campaign to create urgency among countries to take immediate and concrete steps to combat climate change. We need to listen to people like fernando maciel. She can see the damage to our planet everytime she goes training the the mother glass that she talks about. It's so sad to see it shrinking year after year. Yes and just before we came on air so long as you said that the interview on the campaign reminded you of some very fine athletes from the inca empire in south america. What did you call them. Again yes jetskis. This were on the n. Renner's just keep is a caterer worth one of the indigenous languages in bolivia and peru and during the inca empire these young runners where considered the incas personnel messengers and they moved quickly along the empire's road network in the indian mountains. They were known as jaski because it means to exchange or to give and take which is the same thing because they exchange it gave and took from one to the other the goods. They were carried however danielle just as important as the message. Delivered by the runners was the action taken as a result of the message. We know that we start this race for the climate with deep inequalities and we are running out of time but the message we heard from pearson and fernanda is powerful. Global challenges require a global team. The message from the human race campaign must be acted up at the climate summit in glasgow and elsewhere through concrete action in our daily lives if possible. Let's make us print to get there in time. Thank you so long now. I'm not much of a runner like those chess ski messages often under who we just spoke to. But i will try to log one hundred minutes of physical activity on strata between the sixteenth and the thirty first of this month.

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"maciel" Discussed on UN News

UN News

05:34 min | 1 year ago

"maciel" Discussed on UN News

"I'm going to turn quickly to fernando maciel fernando hupa pronounce your surname correctly you. You're a brazilian and spanish. Ultra runner just to give our listeners. And example your achievements include being the first woman to run the community santiago compostela which is eight hundred and sixty kilometers in ten days. So you're getting involved in this campaign. Which i should remind. Listeners is a human race against the climate change clock. What exactly do you want to get out of this campaign fernanda. Well as ultra runner name professional athlete i run. The awards could long distance and in my best. I was environmental lawyer in brazil. So i've been racing and running around. All the continents in the block also have also shower environmental projects that iran the highest mountains in the world as the highest america africa rope. And i'm keeping going so for me. Distracts is just stupid exciting. Because it's just like it's it's my dream like if i can rent for the best cows that is the environment and especially crime might cries. Have you seen during your runs around the planet. The changing face of the climate yes. I've been racing muslim forest for example in my country and that was just fifty lawns race but i was ready to raise so i just want nothing to you is it more before is because deep forest is beautiful. Dana's voice in part of the race. We were like also running in some part was without a read this without trees and you could see the effect no like of the heat waves the wildfires that i know that happens there today. I live in france. Germany is a mountain village. So here you have the longest last year the maglis in each year you are losing many meters of the is there in the is crazy. I've been running their ten years ago and the runner right now is competent the different so i can see if my is like how it's changing and it's changing fast so i think so important. These campaign also fought. They know people like it for all the community did know just pay attention and to see to open the is that is real and it is right now. It's interesting you talk about being in touch with nature and the medic last certainly been the myself. I know that today you have to go a lot further down to reach the glassy than you used to. But i wonder if there's not a disconnect between people and nature because you're willing to make huge sacrifices to go as far as you can into the depths of the natural world. A normal people going to do that..

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"maciel" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo

Feliz Dia Novo

02:58 min | 1 year ago

"maciel" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo

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"maciel" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo

Feliz Dia Novo

04:08 min | 1 year ago

"maciel" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo

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"maciel" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"maciel" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Action this evening in Chicago. You. I see plays host to write state. The forecast from the per Maciel Weather Center. Winter wise winter weather advisory is in effect again until today at noon will be mostly cloudy Flurries are possible with windy and west winds gusting 35 to 40 MPH, the highest 14. It will feel like negative four. Tonight. Partly cloudy and breezy with a low of three degrees feeling like negative 12 tomorrow, increasing clouds with a 60% chance of snow high of 13 degrees. It'll feel like to Saturday night you could feel like negative 20 degrees with evening snow ending and partly cloudy skies. Finally, on Sunday, it will be cloudy and evening chance of snow. High of seven degrees will feel like negative three for Super Bowl Sunday. Your money on WGN right now the Dow is up 106 points. The NASDAQ is up 35 points the S and P 500 is up. 13.5 points. I'm Jordan Burnt Field on Chicago's very own. 7 20, WGN additive Lantus Sharon. I woke up this morning There was no snow day. We have eight grandchildren and we're doing remote, which is just not fair. Anyway. We love your show and love W GM. So thank you very much. The Anna did want to show weekdays one before w g N listening to all of those terrifying numbers from Jordan Burn field in the WGN radio newsroom. When chills 20 degrees below zero in that forecast on his Dimitrius Ivory reminded us yesterday from Channel nine. The meteorologist we use on this show that It's not going to get better in the extended forecast, either. You're looking at single digits on both sides, the high and low for the next several days, So be safe and be smart out there, but also don't panic, right? If you have to walk to the bus or walk the dog.

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"maciel" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"maciel" Discussed on WGN Radio

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"maciel" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

05:58 min | 1 year ago

"maciel" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Per Maciel. What 804 to 1 seal? Ask about their water guard system. That's 1 804 to 17325 visit Per Maciel that net With Andrew Annacone. He is a managing partner at Tech nexus there a VC firm and they look at technologies emerging technologies and he's ahead of the curve. Which is why I'm saying you can. You can kind of tell us where we are now, because I know you. You even look forward in your work. But, Andrew, when you look at what happened here, Okay, So we're just talking before we broke their the about Twitter, labeling 300,000 tweets for violating its sig civic integrity policy. This is pretty no, because this is that's only in the period one week before or after the election, and we Get into a whole discussion about whether it's the right thing to do because we know some of those belong to the president on DPI. Pal's feel very strongly about that on both sides that they should be or they shouldn't. But I just want to talk about the functionality. What's happening here? Because here's something very interesting. Now the Twitters looked back at what happened during that period. He said. 74% of the people who viewed tweets that they labeled with warning messages or they hid them. They went ahead and view them anyway. 74% even though it was labeled in that way, So it almost like piques your curiosity. A little more like, Wait a minute. Why is that Weiss had censored and I just wonder if that that kind of worked in that way, you know? Yeah. Yeah, I wonder, and you go back to 2020 16 election and 44% of Americans. Then we're visiting sites and communities that were it even at that time labeled false information on so I think, Yeah, I'm not surprised. I hadn't heard that study from Twitter. But I'm not surprised if that's happening on and actually circles back to this whole rise in In parlor and me, we When you look at back of Facebook, Facebook certainly didn't begin with a political agenda. Neither did Twitter. Neither really did me we've it was it was formed in 2012. But where we are today, With the growth of these, there's clearly politics built right in and at least into the growth of these. I don't think either of them would say that they're they're designed for politics. But maybe the exception of parlor, which has very clear political leanings, But I think that's really the interesting thing here is and it gets back to the question you mentioned before around. Is there staying power with these or not, and I think the jury is still out. If I think they're always be a place for these other, uh, where, where other voices can be heard and heard, you know, for their own for their own reasons, But the pulp the political side of it is the big question mark, and that may be a limiting factor going forward. You know, it's interesting, though. I think about how quickly some of these tech platforms and social media platforms do just explode. I distinctly remember about it. Not even a year ago, I would say, December off last year we had a police former police detective from Naperville. Come on the show he did. He does tech crimes, and he was warning us of this new thing called Tic Tac that all your kids are on, but no parents know about and at the time it was skewing really young, and it's kind of you know, you make dance videos, and it's emerged to be so much more than that, but at the time very few parents knew about it. And it just seemed like what is that? Who cares about that? And suddenly now fast forward to one year later, I don't 500 million active users. I'm looking at over a billion people on it. It's kind of crazy. Yeah, by some, by some estimates, it's worth $60 billion globally. It's unbelievable. And of course, you know, uh, this was something that even the Trump administration was worried about, and looked at potentially even ban. You know, right, And so, yeah, it's It's amazing how fast he's growing it, but more more fundamentally, I think it just shows A fascination with social connectivity. I think humans are social animals, and people are constantly looking for new and innovative ways to communicate with each other and interact and tic tac is is a really great example of that. It certainly is, and I know this is AH, discussion. You could go weigh in depth on because it's It's an area you're looking at right now. But podcasting Um, it's it feels as if that area is really attracting. Folks of all all generations are just more more going toward listening to some of the podcasts. And I just I wonder where you where you think thats going and why it's so attractive. Yeah, you know, and it gets back. Also, I think to what? We're just talking about What with social media. It's I think what's happening the technology these days and we look at it every day. Right is a really a change a sea change in media enabled by new technologies, And if you look at what's happening in audio audio today is really in a sense, It's the new killer app. Uh, the category audio when if you include music, but also spoken word audio and podcasting and everything else. It's it's twice as big as it was 50 years ago on in a way, you wouldn't imagine that because that was just It's the dawn of television, where you think audio wouldn't even be bigger. And I'm talking about in real terms, right? And so Audio is is pretty enormous and podcasting as a piece of that growth and audio itself is growing quite substantially. 65 million Americans listening at least once a week. There's a million and a half podcasts out there, and I think what it's doing in a similar to way to our earlier discussion. It's giving people the ability to sort themselves into more and more micro segments. And consume different contents in different ways and investor. Great thing. It is. Yeah. I mean, I get that part of it. You know, I just have a little bit time here left in Andy, But can you tell us? I mean, this is what you came on for, But you just wonder. Are there any like Tech tools? We always get questions about online security since we're all online or kids or online more that we're using our.

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"maciel" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

08:28 min | 1 year ago

"maciel" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Inspection call per Maciel 1 804 to 1 Seal 1 800 for +21 73 25 or visit per Maciel. Dot net John Nigerian market rebellion dot com is joining us Johnson stocks that you're interested in or what? Look some shy of the election. What looks interesting, irrelevant to you today. Well, um, some of the re opening place now, that might be something that form to folks that air seeing these covert numbers rising as they have I think Disney, which is a stock that was, of course, hard hit by theater's closing theme park's closing, not even having sports to broadcast for months and months on their ESPN and other channels. Um this was a really issue, but they've been making a great comeback. Stocks up to I think 1 25 today and we've seen institutions making bets that that start goes higher. Marriott M A R hotel. You're These are some of the you know the cove it stock that did not fare well under the shutdowns, And yet people are beginning to think that but sooner or later When the vaccine comes around, we're going to have people returning to both of those kinds of properties. I've seen a little bit of hedging in some of the green energy stocks. So like for solar or the solar MGF, which is symbol tan Ta and locking in some gains, because those have had very nice upside moves. Come into the election, and people wanting to hold on to some of those games looks like are protecting by buying put options, which is insurance, I suppose, even if The president gets reelected, and he's not a huge supporter or promoter of green energy that Green Energy is coming right that that's just inevitably will be part of Earth's future. I don't know what individual you know, solar or or wind stocks are priced at, but it would seem to me like in the long run those who'd be good investments. Absolutely. Um, it's all just a question of Ah, in the infancy stages, just like with Tesla. They benefit from that from being an E V. Elektronik electric vehicle manufacturer and by being subsidized, it gives them a chance to get to a critical mass to where they can knock prices down, which is what must has been doing knocking the prices of batteries down and so forth. But if you on Lee are making a small number of these devices Whether it's solar panels or wind or even the batteries. It's cost prohibitive. You are not competitive against fossil fuel. So I'm not surprised that both candidates might be pushing into more subsidies for Tesla and others because Tesla's had him for years already and so have the solar manufacturers. As they get more money. They will eventually drive prices down. And I think that will be good for all. I don't know the individual companies per se, but I suppose even if you get the sector, right, maybe you didn't pick the right horse. So maybe you need to know which of those companies are the best places for your Long term investment or matter? No, Maybe it doesn't matter. The rising tide will lift all of those stocks. I don't know. Well, Chinese of evey manufacturers like Neo and I. Oh, Or Li l I have been hot, hot hot lately on DH there, not benefiting from our subsidies. But of course, they're more or less Chinese own entities. I think those are great pics. And I also think That if you do want to go broad broad based, you could go with that pan that PF that is basically on alternative energy. You said that a blue wave is already factored into the markets. Maybe we're seeing a little more anticipation of that today. But maybe not, You said. It's maybe just more function of stability. But I wonder, too. If The markets are also factoring in a stimulus package that's going to come right or do you think that there might be another bump here whenever that is announced? Well, if it's that purple instead of blue With a split congress. Then I think we're going to be looking at Like I say, March before we get a bill through which is painful. Um And you know, we should have done a skinny bill earlier for the people that really need it. But we didn't. You gotta dance with the one that brought me here now, so we'll see exactly what happens. I think We're likely to see. Ah Ah, Bill passed in a blue Congress very quickly. You mentioned a man you mentioned part me, John, that you talked a little bit about Disney. But I'm just also saying this afternoon that Royal Caribbean is cancelled sailings through the end of this year. For obvious reasons. I don't know how Important that is to the world's economy or to the U. S economy. But the whole cruise industry is near and dear to my heart. You want a handicap? What's gonna happen to the cruise industry and 2021 for us? I think they do make a comeback people that air cruisers love that industry and obviously, they need to be made to believe that it's much safer. Um And I think overall, this could be one of the beneficiaries in a huge way of all these sanitary measures that are going to be put in place because we've all seen the cruise industry have had issues with Roto virus and Noro virus and all that. On their boats long before Cove it so perhaps, you know, these new cleaning procedures will be something that makes those outbreaks of thing of the past. Which would mean that Cruisers would love cruising even more. Yeah, Yeah. Talk about pent up demand. I mean, just itch and I missed a trip this fall and then I have one scheduled for next fall. Hello, Sue Kelly. I'm going to be there for your next October. If if the you know, even if they're sailing, then they've got to admit Americans into their countries. But that's a whole nother issue. One last question. John. Is there one of those sort of cookie surveys that Predict the elections that you're interested in. I saw story yesterday and people come from miles around to buy the cookies that are either the blue or the red and it's sort of informal poll and it always turns out to pick the presidential election will this time. Very, very red cookie choice. But then I'm reading this survey about the S and P 500. Historically, what happens? With the presidential election based on the trend of the S and P, which in this case would favour Joe Biden. I don't know that any of those air perfect, But is there one of these little bellwethers that You like or think is especially instructive. Well. The one that has been right the most other than that cookie one, which I have not heard of The poor. Um, has been the Question that Ronald Reagan started asking. Are you better off now than you were four years ago? And, um, you know, in that regard, Trump got a 60%, which is one of the highest ever readings for that particular survey Now Well, see, you know, the man is hated across half the country. But the question is electoral votes and in those states that the polls have narrowed up in We'll see whether he's got enough to pull it out. But I would say overall, the polling is probably correct that Biden will easily win the popular vote, but then it's going to come down to those You know, like I say, those North Carolina, Florida, Ohio, Michigan, Wisconsin, Minnesota. You know those kinds of states that could turn the election One does wonder how competitive this election would be. Where they're not a corona virus.

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Breonna's Law: Why we need police reform

The Brown Girls Guide to Politics

06:02 min | 1 year ago

Breonna's Law: Why we need police reform

"And. I'm really excited talk today's and gas. We know that one of the things that's going to be on the ballot this election season is criminal justice reform and we think about criminal justice reform. We really don't think about all the ways all offices where we vote for people and they have an impact, and today we're going to be speaking to two women in elected office who had been leading on criminal justice. Reform issues. We have state's attorney I-I've brave boy from Maryland in Kentucky State representative. Avocado. Scott in true fashion I we have to start with having you tell us what you're you into politics and we'll start with you state's attorney. Well, that's a great question. Actually I, had no intentions in getting into politics really it was my father who want to work on a campaign. He knows sometimes you have the your parents even as adults. That's. Asked. Me I was going to be a lawyer told him down and. Then, he told me I think I like you to work on his campaign I. Think you need to get politically as like now they're not. WanNa do that. But that the person who? Wanted. To work for happen to have graduate from the same law school that I will. The Howard University School of law. I'm did okay. Another in help bison out. Ever since V. I love how Howard alums Y'all always get an issue it can do no. Just regular conversation. How are you today? Oh I went to Howard. Thank you. Scott. Tell us whether you into politics. Definitely, you know state's attorney brave boy our fathers I mean you know it's their fault. So. I was born in. My Dad gave me my name Attica I'm named after the prison in upstate New York born a few months after the uprisings there in. So I didn't have a choice Ashanti really didn't in. So early on I got involved in a right out of college classmates run for city also in Knoxville Tennessee because I went away to ABC you is well, it's our on his campaign and then my full time job was at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville and director was a county commissioner who became the first woman mayor of Maciel Tennessee and I came back home and I was involved with organized Labor at jobs with justice in ended up having. To me that I needed to run for office in. So because my friends mostly black and Brown women encouraged me to run for office. That's how I. Got Involved I love it in Y'all Attica is my emerge sister she went through emerged Kentucky and I remember the first time. I. Got to email her for something and I was so excited because I finally get to work with Atacan. Something is your pie vaccine my email she said, hey, queen and I almost died unlike y'all Attica call me queen because that's the way I, feel about her so you are just so fabulous and I wanNA start with having. US. Talk about retailers case because I think there's so much here particularly with you wrap Scott you just had an op Ed in the Washington Post after the verdict you are out protesting with your daughter named Ashanti another reason why Atacan I are meant to be best friends and you were arrested in. You've been dealing with the aftermath of that. You've sponsored Brianna Law for Kentucky. You're the only black woman currently in the Kentucky State House. So let's let's dissect this case in state's attorney boy I. Know You have a lot to add is the fact that there were no knock warrants how they handle just paperwork body cameras the grand jury I know that something that has really piece Pete People's interests about this grand jury in Oh what does this attorney general deal? So Rep Scott First let's talk about your op-ed why you felt you had to write it in a cave really personal place you said, this is personal to me. Sean in and I'm on this podcast with Queens. Come on State Attorney Ray boy This is power in so. Yes I happy that Opportunity Washington Post invited me to write a piece just from the perspective whatever that was on things going on here in Louisville Kentucky, and so that's exactly what I did I poured my heart into it as a mother of two black children. Masan is the same age as Taylor Madonna's nineteen. She wanted to be an emt in them. Brianna Taylor was murdered and she said to me Ma that didn't protect her from police violence I'm not sure this. So this is really pulling on us in shanty the people relieving leading the Front Lines here in Louisville for justice for Taylor are mostly women is so we're feeling this heavily. So yes, we've back to now to grandeur WANNA speak out. So that says to me that the Attorney General for Kentucky was so inept that in such a failure that you have rand jurors who want the right to speak out to say, he did not give us all of the options in front of us. There was no one there to speak for Briana Taylor in that this whole process was a sham that's where we all right now that says something about the continued. Kushner justice for Taylor in that's why we won't give up and that's why this movement is sustained

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"maciel" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:13 min | 2 years ago

"maciel" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Strep throat and you can't tell the difference by goodbye, Steve. Doctor 312 19. What 70 any time I get there? Must definitely he's chops. The new Roy Spencer honest on his car, heading someplace to an important meeting. We got an email as soon as you leave Roy. Of course. So I wanted I wanted. I wantto want to get the information on heavy answer it. We have purposely coming out two weeks for an estimate, heard Roy on the show a couple of weeks ago. In the meantime, a friend has been very complimentary about permits. Seals work, So there you go, right? There's a good entry to the To the email to questions for Roy. We've received estimates from two other companies. Or some other company. Sorry. Some are based on installing helical piers and others use resistance. Resistance Piers is one better than the other in which one does per Maciel use. Second question. How late in the fall does Per Maciel do foundation work? Roy Spencer. Thanks, David. And I mean everything. Just where to the airport. So good. Um, actually, we both Ah, ah are good but depends on the situation. So we installed both situation specific so Again. The best thing is they get that third estimate and from Perma Seo because there are differences, even if we're doing the helical piers or the push resistant piers. Generally, If it's a lightweight structure, a lighter home we would use the vehicle piers heavier. Holmes, you'd use the resistant piers, but that's just a general guideline. We really need to look at What accessible and inside or out Pierce from being solved inside or outside the home and need to look at the way to the structure and what the problem is. So that's right. They are consults are very well trained, and we have the capacity to do either one. Um, We also have a price assurance guarantee what we really appreciate them waiting for our estimate and waiting for our consultant to get out there, and we'll make sure it's worth your while to get it done. By the best in the industry. The good news is we can do peering year round Pierce or actually solved the very bottom of the foundation. Whether we do it inside or outside and down deep in the ground. The Earth is 55 degrees all year round so we can dig down and put in Pierre's year round, so there's no urgency and that's about getting the work done. All right, have a great trip. So my best year better have floor and and we'll see when you get back. 31 to 91 7200 is The text and phone line We've got about 12 minutes left. We have a special tribute at the end of the show for a while. The men and women who did not who died in 9 11. It was yesterday I was I was born in New York. So I've got relatives in New York, and that was a very scary day. For our entire country. I just wanted to do a little something special for the memory of all the men and women lost their lives during 9 11 19 years ago. If you could believe it after these messages will be back 31 to 91 7200. Hey, This is Hardy. My.

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Sacred Geomancy: Our Tree Release Ceremony

Inside the Healing Room

08:18 min | 2 years ago

Sacred Geomancy: Our Tree Release Ceremony

" recently bought land and I am extremely excited about that of wanted that for myself all my life and it's finally manifested in a completely aligned in quite magical way actually so tons of synchronicities of this land coming to be our and making a wonderful friendship with the lady who has owned the land hand in. It's been in her family since the eighteen fifties and she is full of stories and history about the land and land ownership really feels to me like stewardship and coming into relationship with the land being in relationship. Whether it's when people say dog owners but I don't feel like I'm the owner of Shanti. I I have a relationship with her. I love her and that's how I want to start things. He's off on the right foot with this land that we have acquired so as soon as we took ownership of this beautiful sacred property I started thinking about how I wanted to initiate communication with all the life that already lives there and this is such an important aspect of living on planet earth to me is living in harmony with all the other inhabitants instead of US humans taking ourselves out of context really and just thinking that we're the only ones that are important so started tuning in and spending time on the land. Meditating on land and disconnecting with all the life that was there. The first phase has felt like admiring someone someone from afar before courtship. You know and just this past weekend we we made it to the dating as with the land where we engaged in a relationship and began the communication and I wanted to do ceremony of release and do energy work for the trees that are going to have to be released to enable us to build our house on the land. As as much as I don't want to destroy any why form that says beautiful as a tree or any other kind of life-form for that matter I wanted wanted to approach this land clearing with a lot of respect and a lot of honor and a have several medicine women in the area that I reach out to from time to time when I feel like I need some support I need someone to hold the space for me. I think this is a very important thing for people who do medicine healing work shamanism people who hold space and ceremony for others. It's important to remember that we also need to be held and sometimes we need a sacred container to process our our own stuff where we don't have to hold that all down for ourselves as well healers need each other and that something that I see doesn't doesn't happen a lot. A Lot. Healers get very isolated in their own little respective corner and I really tried to listen when I feel that. Call the push to connect with another healer and say hey. Will you help me with this. And I feel like there's a lot of strengthen that because we can lift each other up and the beautiful thing is I can learn so much from different lineages different traditions and techniques that I can get to be a part of and actually enjoy so. That's what I did. I called on my friend. Susannah Ravenswing. She's a beautiful shaman. In in the northern tradition her techniques traditions lineages rites and ceremonies are very different from from my lineage. And I love that because it doesn't have to be this or that it doesn't have to be. Oh it's my way and I do it like this. When it comes to sacred connection and space how beautiful to learn and experience from others who are very good at what they do so I knew that I wanted? Some help was quite emotional about the trees. Because I have never had to do anything like this. I've never ever actually taken the life of anything that have eaten and I believe in doing that with a lot of respect if that happens just the way are indigenous brothers and sisters would take time to honor and respect that life if they were going to connect and merge which with that life and use that life to sustain. There's so a lot of thoughts have been rolling around in my mind. A lot of emotions about these trees. I would have overwhelming moments where I would cry and think will who are we to take them and move them for our home and take their lives. That just didn't seem right. So I had to talk with others and get some counsel from people that I respect get some different perspectives and viewpoints on it and Susanna was talking about how important it is to ask the trees for their help in in remaining on the land energetically if they would like to with their sweetness and with their support and explain to them. What is happening versus just barbarically coming in with no notice no love no honor and just mowing them all down? I'm sure you've seen the recent studies and articles about trees and how they communicate through the Maciel network and how they take care of their are young if they notice that one of their babies is sick. They can send nutrients through that network that beautiful fausia. In the earth of my Celia. It's amazing really. The more we learn about the intelligence and the consciousness and responsiveness the of the trees so it also helped me to have someone to just hold me through this process because it was an emotional time. Time for me and Steve. My husband was so supportive. He wasn't going to take one tree down until I gave him the go-ahead and he waited waited patiently and even though he didn't quite get it at first the more that we worked with the land in the more shared with them about what the experience was like he was so into it and he's forming his own relationship with this land as well because I told him after that phase one weekend where I did did the release ceremony and then he started the initial clearing. It was like we did go from admiring the land dating now. We're dating eating or certainly not married yet. We have a lot of getting to know each other in communication that has to happen in as what really hit me about the whole process. It's a relationship. It's just like being in right relationship with our bodies. I check in with my organs all the time and anyone can do. Medical intuitive work a highly recommend it in at teach people how in the courses that offer but communicating waiting with everything that is alive aware and responsive only makes life better so it reminded me that going in and meeting the trees and I'm getting to know them is just like when I do a body scan and I see what's going on inside me with these living Organs her feeling communication and relationship is what everything boils down to when it comes to having an effective life life

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Governor and First Lady honor Cpl. Joseph Maciel

John and Ken

00:52 sec | 4 years ago

Governor and First Lady honor Cpl. Joseph Maciel

"Have all power restored by later tonight monica rix kfi news governor brown has ordered flags at the state capital lowered to half staff in honor of an army soldier from southgate killed on duty in afghanistan corporal joseph mossy l was twenty his father tells nbc four he's devastated but his son was happy what he was was killed saturday by an afghan security official who turned a gun on his american allies a world war two airplane has been turned into a food truck to help kids in compton soar into a career in aviation the dc three's body and cockpit have been converted into a mobile gourmet kitchen robin pat gray founder of tomorrow's aeronautical museum says the food truck will serve as a fundraiser for the more than five thousand local kids trying to get into aviation kids come here from all over l a volunteer do community service for that we keep track of that time and we teach them how.

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President, Maciel and President Trump discussed on BBC Minute

BBC Minute

00:59 sec | 4 years ago

President, Maciel and President Trump discussed on BBC Minute

"Hanane craftsy it's BBC minutes. Spain I over thirty thousand people have been protesting over coats decision to convict the gang of men of sexual abuse and not rape. They say the meant weren't violent intimidating when they surrounded and had not consensual sex with a young woman in two thousand sixteen. This is the third day of protests to Brazil were gunman has attacked cabinet. The prison, former president, Louis in Maciel to Silva is M cheap. People have been injured. One of them seriously. The camp has been set up to support the former president of he was sent to jail on a twelve year corruption sentence. He says he was framed prevent him from running in the next election. President Trump says he's spoken with South Korea's, president moon Jae in on the location of his meeting with North Korea is being arranged. This reports in US media than looking at Singapore among orlea, but this isn't confirmed and flicker world tour trending worldwide Nile Horan's playing in Amsterdam at the moment, and it's being live streamed on Twitter and YouTube search the hashtag to check it out trying to fifty nine hundred BBC minute.

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