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"marci" Discussed on Food Psych

Food Psych

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"marci" Discussed on Food Psych

"You work to develop greater body trust and to see yourself in this in this way that is much more balanced and I think much more complete, I stay away from the word holistic because I think it's a problematic one. Actually sort of added benefit help us to be more calm in terms of our self image and in terms of our body image as well. That is so important. And I think that's a great note to end on. I could talk to you forever about this stuff. It's so fascinating. So thank you for sharing all your wisdom and your expertise. This has been a fascinating conversation. And tell us where people can find you and learn more about the courses that you're doing, especially this upcoming digestive health course. Well, thank you so, so much for inviting me in for this conversation. Christy, it just would have been a lot more fun had I come to visit you in Brooklyn. I know. Next time. Next time. But I really hope that some of this information may have resonated or felt helpful for folks. I'll be I'll be interested to know. And I love engaging with people on social media. So I'm fairly easy to find my all of my social media handles are Marci RD, which is so my website's Marcia D dot com and that's where I'll be posting information. And of course on social media as well, when these courses go live, I'm not sure when this interview is going to be posted and where that's going to be in relationship, but our goal is to have this course go live this winter 2018. So it should be coming out soon and it's really going to be this work between both Lauren and I where she's bringing in a lot more information than what we covered today in terms of actually the details of treating a lot of these complaints and digestive issues and bringing in kind of this big picture of how do we how do we help without harming? So yeah, I look forward to connecting with folks online and thanks again for the great conversation. Thank you so much, Marcy. It's pleasure talking with you as always. So that's our show. Thanks again so much to Marcy Evans for joining us on this episode and thanks to you for listening..

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"marci" Discussed on Health Babes Podcast

Health Babes Podcast

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"marci" Discussed on Health Babes Podcast

"So let's say you start eating, I don't know, 1500 calories and your maintenance is closer to 2000 calories. Well, eventually your body is now going to adapt to that 1500 calorie level. So you're going to have to eat even less in order to keep making progress. So it's like, oh what, now you're going to eat 1200 calories? No, it's not sustainable long-term. And so yeah, you can not diet forever, your body is going to send you so many signals like throw up all the red flags, which comes from biofeedback. So something to consider would be how are you sleeping? Are you waking up frequently in the middle of the night? Are you having trouble falling asleep? How are your workouts? Do you feel motivated to go to the gym? Are you getting stronger? Or are you beginning to regress? Are you like, is it taking you longer to recover from your workouts? Are you really sore? Are you thinking about food all the time, like you guys were renting earlier? Have you lost your period? That kind of thing. Yeah, it's so true. Yeah. What are some non scale ways to measure progress? This is something great to talk about. Oh, so many. So I say the most important. The most effective would be how are your close fitting? Because what can happen, especially when women are newer to strength training. And if they are eating that calorie deficit, the goal is fat loss in this case. And they're also building some muscle, then the scale may stay the same or fluctuate within a pound or two of one number. But because you are building muscle and muscle takes up less space than fat and you are losing the body fat will now you are going to be smaller. So your clothes are going to fit better, even if you're just kind of like losing the same excuse me..

"marci" Discussed on Health Babes Podcast

Health Babes Podcast

04:31 min | 1 year ago

"marci" Discussed on Health Babes Podcast

"And I don't think that macros is obsessive for some people. But for others, I think it can be hard for them mentally. I think it makes them think about food too much. So you talk about how you can eat to get in good shape and lose some fat without counting calories and macros. And I really like that. So can you go into that a little bit? Yeah, so there are a couple of things to consider. And one I like county macros initially just because it provides awareness as to how much like a base. Yeah. How much you are actually eating. But it's never meant to be a long-term thing. So I get a lot of clients. I'm like, okay, let's start tracking initially. And then they're like, oh my gosh, I had no idea how much I was actually eating. It's like counting your steps. I mean, you don't know. And hold on. Let me backtrack. I don't dislike honey macros. I just like hunting macros long term. For sure, yeah. Okay, so go ahead. So if you say all right, I do not want to track macros forever. I just want to do more mindful eating. What I would say is, I like what's called the plate method. So it gives you some structure. So that would look like three, three to four, well balanced meals, depending on how many calories you need per day. So perfectly, I eat four meals per day, just because I need to eat a little bit more. I do get hungry more often. I resistance trains, usually I will have something after my workout. But yeah, I would say minimum, three meals per day, especially as women because intermittent fasting has become very popular. I do not love it for the majority of women. I think it's too stressful on the body. So three balanced meals per day, and that would look like if you had one plate, approximately half of your plate is gonna be vegetables. A quarter of the plate is going to be a protein source. And then the other quarter of the plate is going to be some sort of carbohydrate, so whether that's a starch, a fruit, a mix of both. And that can just be like a good, again, like template to work off of. And it's going to make sure that you are eating enough calories, hopefully. And I need a little bit of fat as well just for flavor, satiety, and to make sure that your meals are lasting you long enough. Because one thing that can happen is like blood sugar imbalances. I know or I'm assuming you guys talk about this with your clients. And that's when you get that kind of like hangry feeling, right? Where, okay, I ate an hour ago, but now I'm feeling that crash. I'm dizzy. I'm moody. I'm irritable..

"marci" Discussed on Health Babes Podcast

Health Babes Podcast

04:57 min | 1 year ago

"marci" Discussed on Health Babes Podcast

"And yes, they will, but it's going to be mostly water because now they're not eating enough real food. They are not eating as many carbohydrates. So carbs, the reason they get demonized is not because they make you fat unless you're overeating them in a calorie surplus, but because they bring on water. So if you're eliminating the carbs from your diet, especially doing one of these fast or like going very low carb doing keto, that weight loss you see is water loss. It's glycogen, which is the stored form of carbohydrates being in your muscles. So it's not actually that you are losing body fat. So that is something to keep in mind. And then if you do those extreme methods for a very long time, you're eating really low calorie. You're overdoing the cardio. You're not strength training. Now not only have you lost water, but you've also lost some muscle tissue with it. So what I say and I hate to be demeaning when I say it like this is you end up kind of skinny fat. So you are just a smaller but softer version of your former self. It's so true. I've been not. I've been very thin and but not it wasn't cute. I know you feel like, oh, my clothes are so small now, but then you're like, but I'm loose. Also, yeah, you know, you're kind of like flappy and everyone talked about like where in my bucko. And you know what? There may be some women out there who like that look. They don't want any visible muscle on them. So, you know, by all means, do you. But if you are saying, I want to be lean. I want to be toned. I want to be defined, that is essentially saying I want to have enough muscle with a low enough amount of body fat to reveal that muscle. Yeah. And you want to be strong. I mean, who doesn't want to be strong? Exactly. And it's so good for hormones to weight resistance and it's just so good. Yeah, we see a lot of our patients who are real thin, don't have their period, a lot of that stuff. And then they start to put on a little bit of weight and they get their period back instantly. I mean, that's so telling right there. I mean, if your body's shutting down, your hormones, the point where you're not getting your period, there's a problem. Well, you know, I'm just going to come out and say this because we are in the midst of COVID. And I listened to a lot of podcasts with other doctors like yourself or yourselves. And they say, muscle mass is so important when it comes to being protective of disease or allowing you to better fight your getting the virus. So Becky, you know, I really wonder, had you not been resistance training, you know, would your outcome have been different? Yeah. It's true. And it's like, we are talking about post code fatigue. And I have none. And it's because I went immediately right back into it, the resistance training..

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"marci" Discussed on Health Babes Podcast

Health Babes Podcast

05:06 min | 1 year ago

"marci" Discussed on Health Babes Podcast

"Wow. So then you found you really found your way and started helping people with fitness and found a lot of balance with everything. Well, you know, so interesting, I kind of like went on a tangent there, but I got my personal training certification when I was in college, just because I enjoyed fitness so much. And I did want to pay it forward. It was my passion. But I didn't think that it was something I wanted to do for a career. So I was at the university of Oregon, going to school to for journalism. So essentially magazine editing and public relations was my major wanting to hopefully write for a fitness magazine, like the ones that I was following. And then somewhere along the way, I was like, you know what? This isn't really what I want to do. I don't like deadlines. I don't want to have to sit at a desk all day. So I decided that I wanted to go into outside sales and when I graduated, I did get a 9 to 5 corporate job doing sales. I lasted about two years before I got fired from my second job. And then I was like, well, I got to figure something out. And I just, in the meantime, went and started training clients in the gym, thinking, oh, this is just going to be temporary until I figure out what I really want to do with my life. And 12 years later, here I still was. And I never really enjoyed it. I'll be honest, I was always kind of looking for a way out, but didn't know what else I wanted to do. Knew that I didn't want to go back into sale. So I just kind of felt stuck. And then 2016 is when the online space, especially for fitness, nutrition coaching started to open up. So I hired a mentor. I joined the mastermind and slowly began to build my online coaching business, and it was a very slow build over time. And then when COVID happened, my gym closed overnight. So it's like, okay, you know, you have no job, essentially, except for trying to make this online thing work. And yeah, I did. So now I am fully online coaching clients, which is amazing. I love it. Well, let's talk about metabolism because I love how you talk about this on our Instagram page. So what are some ways that women, especially can boost their metabolism? Pretty much doing the opposite of what they think that they need to do to boost them metabolism, which is hours of cardio and eating 1200 calories which is going to have the opposite effect. So what happens is I think a lot of people don't understand this is your body is always trying to keep you safe. It does not care if you're shredded if you have a 6 pack, like especially as women, we are built to reproduce. So if the body senses, you know, quote unquote, starvation or that not enough energy is being taken in too much energy as being expended, then it does not feel safe enough to carry a child. So, you know, it's just doing its job by downregulating the amount of calories that you burn, perhaps what also happens is you actually start to move less. So even if you're busting your butt in the gym for one hour or two hours a day, if then you are sitting around, the rest of the day will now essentially your sedentary. So you're burning fewer calories because you're not eating enough. So your body's down regulating how many calories it actually burns. And now you are also not moving as much. So it's just kind of like this double edged sword, so to speak..

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"marci" Discussed on Health Babes Podcast

Health Babes Podcast

05:06 min | 1 year ago

"marci" Discussed on Health Babes Podcast

"Exercising in my parents living rooms. And this is I'm really going to date myself here to Kathy Smith VHS tapes. Right. Like doing aerobics. And then I don't even know how I got the money to buy this on my own, but there was something called the firm. And it was these two little plastic aerobic steps. And you use those, you got some hand weights, and it was essentially strength training. You know, which was a good introduction into that for me. But I was doing that. I was doing the aerobics. I was running, like all of the things and nothing was changing. So I was very frustrated. Started asking my mom for nutrition advice and just I mean, bless her heart. She was only doing the best that she could with what she knew. At the time, like, oh, you know, eat lower fat, cut out sugar, whatever it was. And yeah, that was just that was not helpful. So I eventually went on weight watchers when I was a freshman in high school. And I lost ten pounds. So I did start to feel more confident in my body. And then from there, I would say sophomore year is when I started to get into strength training. And I was going to the gym all the time, lifting with my then boyfriend and sir reading all the fitness magazines like oxygen, muscle and fitness hers and really, really getting into it. So fast forward to college, I was like, strength training really making much better choices with my nutrition, but I kind of started to take it too far. And I do say it's not for any fault of my own. I was just doing what I was reading. So following the plans in the fitness magazine, which at the time was essentially a competition to become a figure competitor, I didn't know that. I just wanted to look like the women on the magazine covers..

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"marci" Discussed on Health Babes Podcast

Health Babes Podcast

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"marci" Discussed on Health Babes Podcast

"Hello, everybody. Welcome to the health babe's podcast. We have Marcy Nevin. She is a fitness and nutrition coach based out of Northern California. For the past 12 years, she has worked with clients both in person and online, helping them to embrace a love of strength training while teaching them how to use proper nutrition to fuel their bodies for optimal health, performance and body composition. Having overcome disordered eating and over exercising. Marcy now believes that proper nutrition and intelligence strength training coupled with stress management in.

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"marci" Discussed on Whole-Hearted Eating™

Whole-Hearted Eating™

07:52 min | 1 year ago

"marci" Discussed on Whole-Hearted Eating™

"In the long term. Yes and really really really skill. Digestive health experts are explicit about this short term. This is temporary. We want to As many foods as hostile when you pull that with somebody who also had a complex relationship moon were there working out relational self esteem for internal step in their relationship. Food can grab on to the elimination and you have a provider who hasn't taken care to really doing. A good job of explaining and also following through it is really really really really problematic. It's dangerous too because people don't then think about how how they're going into their meals and how. That's impacting it. So i understand the desire for someone who latches onto literally anything that they're telling them that's going to give them some comfort because it is so uncomfortable in the minute dimension that you got that validation the mini you're thinking okay. Great i now have this now. I want to do something about it and i wanna feel better and so now i'm going to latch onto what is available to me and granted. They get they feel better right like you feel better in the moment in that initial the that initial stage but then over the long term the symptoms come back they start creeping back in they become maybe even a little bit more quote unquote flexible with their low fond maps. And they think that's the reason why and then insert right back into disorder eating relationship. Where next thing you know you're saying to yourself. Oh it's my fault. It's because i didn't stick to it long enough when you were really never meant to stay on a low fahd map diet for any period of time. And so that's where there's a huge misconception. But since we're so ingrained in this culture of elimination and cut it out cut out cut it out that everyone latches onto this and we ignore that information and especially when you look at it from a long-term gi health perspective it can be so unbelievably damaging to go long term. So it's almost kinda like dana night before we had this conversation with you. We were saying which one is it. The chicken or the egg you know is it the gi issues. That are that are leading you to elimination protocols and creating the disordered eating making all this anxiety or is it the eating disorder. That's causing the issues in making you anxious all the same time and put up with love if you could provide us with some common conditions or symptoms that you see a lot for like a lot of your clients at this. My gosh you've made so many good points again. Nobody nobody listening to my head to follow up and like nodding along and like yes. Yes yes they just late. We have a lot of responsibility as providers and news abyss. You really wanna work as integrative we as possible that our job is to help principle to understand all of the kind of conditioning that happens. You know social. You're on podcast with the art of of blah. The that a truly integrative approach is going to hold all of those things. In mind woody relational peace including the mental health piece including sort sort of houses. Picture gonna look over a very long period of time and not just for the immediate introduction of a protocol and. I'm really excited because invited. Give a taught to integrative health practice. That does a lot of elimination diet. And one of the staff members followed my work and invited me to come Speed and really excited. Because i think. I'm able to speak to this idea of sort of having a much. Bigger critical assessment in looking at temperament personality and mental health history and all of that mimicking gave like a really truly an integrative and really thoughtful and really Yeah can multifaceted Approach to work so that was a little bit of a tangent. Not the answer questions near but in terms of this that i tend to see so i tend to see a lot of light on com discomfort with fullness where it's revealed flake stay digesting rate is sort of ills lincoln. Sort of sitting there people who are happy discomfort was reflux and acid reflux turner pain this generalized. Like my stomach feels comfortable so we have to do a lot of sorting out like is it. Discomfort is it loading he noticing these symptoms and then a lot of difficulty with eliminations. Whether it's it's tend to be on the constipation and things That sometimes we'll vacillate between constipation diarrhea. But i would say from top to bottom those through the most common things that i see You know trying to speaking back for genus worrying about the ids you know which is is such a frustrating frustrating diagnosis for seventy reasons. But it's interesting because sometimes a doctor will diagnose ibs but then we find the nutritional rationale. That doctor actually hasn't done their work because the diagnosis of ibs is a diagnosis of last resort. It means that we have eliminated every other possibility in reluctance. Sort of like automobile little and Some people you truly have ideas that they haven't necessarily their doctors. Having done the debut diligence to rule all the other stuff out and so a lot of times we have company. And they say you know. I i have i. Yes and you know this other area kind of it's become a little bit of a passionaria minus is related to pelvic floor dysfunction. Whether or not we'll have time or whatever to to delve into that that those are the symptoms that i most commonly see in my practice in its were usually working on from lots of different angles. I'm a big fan as much as i can work with my clients. Medical providers to do as much testing as possible is adjust gives us more information to parse out. Like what's what and that way. We're not just of diving into random. Elimination protocols we actually have more data to go on and so yeah i i tend to like to really thorough clinical assessment. Get as much testing. Done as i am able to do. And then kind of problem solved together to understand what both of you were speaking to earlier. Which is identifying what is causing. What knocking you nearly trick puzzle because for most people. It's both most people that i work with. It's both it's both the digestive health staff that his either been predated and sort of lead itself. Disendorse ordered eating patterns or as a result of the deserving eating patterns and actually kind created these symptoms and so the are most typically working on working on the evening recovery working on trinidad challenging relationship recruiter henry as we're working. Gi seemed time. You notice one of the things. That i actually. There's been some improvement in the image communities sort of kind of the more medical community. Were historically it was like a person were like almost as it. It's all in their head. Treat your mental illness. But you do understand that. There are very real physiological currency having any sort of then needs to be very bizarre nonsensical response. I feel that often. My role is to be a very very vocal. Advocate reminds ri- requesting testing. I'm asking for labs. I'm requesting. Follow up. And i'm also sort of jumping as an pleased on the piece. I've got that if it could you respect that and allow. That's be sort of something that we're navigating Which i find. I don't know you both fineness that anytime. You mentioned this eating disorder a lot of medical providers. You'll so frightened that they're actually quite happy for me to take that on and like you know i can handle that piece but if you can communicate their findings of your assessment testing But it said it requires a lot of a lot of advocacy on the part of the clinicians. Well with were particularly of a working.

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"marci" Discussed on Whole-Hearted Eating™

Whole-Hearted Eating™

07:24 min | 1 year ago

"marci" Discussed on Whole-Hearted Eating™

"Between individuals tend to struggle with mental health stuff like anxiety depression worse ability to eat in this worse and also tend to have these gi symptoms. That seem to just not get better. There's this ven diagram between these two and in that shared space. Was this common red. Which need temperament and anxiety depression where folks tend to just have a system in particular might experience agency the a lot more with some more anxious perfectionist stick kind of brigid. Rigid tights I have all the compassion non judgments i also have my he andres that's the direction that might temperament needs as well. Is that Those of you. Who might have your handwriting. Is that our system. Tends to be much more up regulated. And so the way that i people is if you have stressed out system you lightly haven't stressed out because we know that nervous system runs between our head brain and our gut bring that there's your unification pathways and so there is no way that we can separate our mental health from our gut health and and now there's this whole other layer That i'll just mention briefly. And that is that we know folks who have a history of manipulating their intake maybe using eating disorder behaviors or being on really restrictive diets. Is that that does alter the that microbiome and whether research is beginning to get much more clear on isn't those changes gut microbiome have a number of effects including dated and problematic persistent gut health symptoms like similar to the ones that i need. So you get yourself in a little bit of this cycle and that you know if you're having these challenges and you try to go on an elimination diet kind of been on every diet in the world in an attempt manager sometimes you can't also current setting yourself up to have some persistent symptoms By altering that gra rebound from. It's kind of more more ideal state. And it's interesting. Because dan and i are both creatively trained. And that's our background. And so a lot of times. I leased for me. I'm not gonna speak for dana but for me. I used to work for functional doctor's office. And so a lotta times. I would see people doing elimination diets and then because they had gi issues and they had all the all these different stuff and they would feel temporarily better. But then when i was trying to reintroduce kind of expand their diet. That's when i would run into these stopgaps where i started realizing. Oh wow you know what. Why aren't they willing to open up and eat. More food is not the whole point of this is to expand and eat more and be able to have a broader diet and so that was kind of interesting to me. So i think i saw it kind of from the back end. And that's what led me into kind of thinking about well. How is these types of protocols in these types of things impacting people's mental health. Like what threat every pulling and then you see that ven diagram. Oh yeah all of those clients that i had are anxious taipei people who love good food list who just literally would walk into my office and say tell me what i can eat or not. Eat to feel better and i understand their desperation. I was once that person with an undiagnosed chronic health condition. So can you explain a little bit more about how anxious types or how those depressive types can have that happen sure made best in And again chime in and because it's interesting to think about how we take some of these fairly complicated anatomical busy logical processes and and how it makes sense in a way that is meaningful to you. Know the average person who doesn't necessarily want to speak out on science new do But our one our bodies your incredible and we have these education pathways be our nervous system and so we knew that. There's this nervous system. That is connected. Connecting kind of our lakers that are head brain and our up brain so we have these two different nervous system pathways that they're in communication with one another and one of the most important nerves that you know about that too silicate this bidirectional communication is called the vagus nerve and vegas. Sner has a lot of important functions as it relates particularly to digestion. And one of the things. That's really interesting about the vegas nerve. Is that the majority. Not all of it that the majority of communication pathway goes from to bring as coons to brain to got and one of the things. That is really interesting about that is. That's where we pick up a lot of our information about our emotional landscape so we think about our harvest system is communicating sensory information right through our eyes or picking up visual information from the world around us to our ears. We get that through. You know touch through our fingers and our toes and similarly our nervous system particularly located in our guy is picking up information from our internal lansky and can you the information to our head green. And so we savings like oh. I have a gut feeling or sort of my intuition. If that's all related to what's happening in our gut. So many how emotional information that getting communicated up towards the head. One of the things. That i find really interesting is that researchers have some hypotheses but aren't entirely clear in terms of what happens in the case of state irritable bowel syndrome. Which is a really great example of sort of collection of symptoms. That don't seem to have a real real clear 'cause or necessarily like one single treatment sealy active needs That fund street were we have to get rid of luton whereas with ibs. That's not a piece but there is some hypotheses that What happens in folks with ibs. Is that from the gut to the head. The guy is deciding to communicate way too much information. So there's all this happening in our gut and the guts like. Oh that's nothing. I don't need to tell the brain about that. Oh that little gas moving through. Tell the brain about that. But invokes that i've es it's like it over communicator. And then then what happens in the head brain is that you have this part of the brain. That's sensing whether or not the information coming from the gut is is needed or not needed and not part of the brain is also an overdrive so not only is there. An overabundance of communication happening from the gut into the head but in addition or not ahead is like oh. This is really important warning warning mornings. Your system is like pretty overloaded and so this is exactly why we have to work. Not just aren't thinking. About what foods do you eat or not many. But what is your experience of eating like. And how do we develop a little bit more with what is sometimes like a painful overloaded information. And there's no diet that's gonna fix that that's going to be working on trying to help down regulate your nervous system and help your nervous system to be a little bit more settled and a little bit more settled. While you're eating again. That vegas nerve does seem play help your diaphragm to be able to relax helped the pressure in your stomach to be able to drop down to make room for who like to be able to cue to the rest of the by that like digestive enzymes shooting secreted but if it's managing modes emergent anxiety. It's gonna be.

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"marci" Discussed on Whole-Hearted Eating™

Whole-Hearted Eating™

05:03 min | 1 year ago

"marci" Discussed on Whole-Hearted Eating™

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

The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

01:40 min | 1 year ago

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

"To african americans in particular of suffering potential discrimination was about fifty fifty agents. Invoke burning crosses to dissuade me from buying a home in certain areas. This newsday footage shows an agent handling one tester who is black and wants to see a house without a pre-qualification letter on impact entire another person. But i don't have time but for the white buyer also with no letter marci shows that buyer to in other cases newsday records agents who appear to be steering minorities towards mixed communities. Every time i get a new client so fight because people but with a white buyer the same agent texting him about recent gang killings there who those real estate agents got caught. I'd love to hear their feeble excuses off to no no. No when i told one buyer the neighbors were nice people in the other one regained killers. I meant there were nice gang killers jobs and by the way invoking burn crosses trying to stop a black person from moving into a neighborhood is not only racist. It's overkill fueled stop a black person for moving into a home. All you gotta do is tell them that their next door neighbor as reasons to their potato salad. They're out and the truth. Is that even though redlining was outlawed as a matter of official policy. It sure looks like the banks are still doing it anyway. Lenders deny mortgages for black applications at a rate eighty percent higher than that of white applicants when we do get loans or much higher interest rates much worse conditions. If.

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"marci" Discussed on Raising the Bar with Alli and Michael

Raising the Bar with Alli and Michael

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"marci" Discussed on Raising the Bar with Alli and Michael

"Wow i mean i'm so blown away i mean it's such a such a brilliant business and talk about lake i think i. I think i was like losing words during that interview because i felt so intimidated by house. Marci isn't spurts. He's real smart. she's smart and i mean. Why did it happen before. Because you know she didn't right. It's like the stars needed to align. Yeah he was just right husband. A harvard trained. Dr hello anyway. Just i am. I'm rarely barely almost speechless. Which is hard for me as you know. And i i mean just by. I'm shocked her stories. Amazing the businesses going to really work and then just thinking about the families. I'm already imagining lives. They get touched by this. The millions of people. That are good touched by this. Both the ones that are going going through it. And even there's an exponential more about people that want to help people that are having cancer and how do we do that. How do i do anything. That's a gift instead of the silence. Beautiful any yeah. Gosh it's amazing. It's powerful. well hopefully you know if you're if you've listened to this you've sent this website to friends of friends. It's like lula dot com. Al so why a. l. u. l. a. dot com name. I know i also loved. I mean i pinched you start talking about the turbulent flight because i feel like that's an analogy that you use all the time anyways we hope you guys love this episode as much as we did and as always please rate Revive the view subscribes. Send it to a friend and thanks moonstone..

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"marci" Discussed on Books and Boba

Books and Boba

07:41 min | 2 years ago

"marci" Discussed on Books and Boba

"Been bride like lake. Should that that smith and the narrator dunks on like white dude's a lot right because the only other character named is another way. That was his girlfriend's ex. Oh my god. This whole thing was that guy is like he's mediocre basis. Trashy must be good in bed because there's no other way she be with them right. God you sounded boring. I was whoever listening thing like cheese. Can you personnel the uk. You know more. And i'm like i like vega doesn't flare chicken hauling taken. It could be vegan. And i'm like me anyway. You were making beautiful point. Thanks yeah like and like vivek mentions like oh there. There are the good brown girls right. The the good brown girls who always dress like business casual never like they go to nightclubs but they make sure that nightclubs play bollywood and with the narrator. It's like i'm alternative. Broward brown that Traditional parents don't see as a good match. And you know like circles back to language policing like identity policing and i thought like as a non queer person i could really relate to that. And that's because i'm a person of color. It's amazing how these things intersect right no role. It's just. I have so many thoughts. Oh my gosh. I love everything that yellow saying about language policing and how in a lot of ways. This book kind of showcase that like in a traditional sort of western sense like coming out can almost replicate going from like a like a small caves to a like a slightly bigger cage. It's like there's a socialization process that like especially when you're off color and like intersecting marginalized identities like it can yes representing freedom but like it feels kind of like a trade off like trading something in return and that is not guaranteed that you're going to have volt visibility and like access to community just because you might align yourself with the queer identity i think especially white gays and the situation that probability of that happening is a lot higher so death appreciate that but i wanted to talk specifically about the um what you just said about sort of how the main character kind of came to understand and appreciate his brownish dating his girlfriend and i liked that it kind of like that whole thing yuma. I loved that kind of subverted. This idea of like you have to love yourself before you can love anybody else. I've always kind of struggle with that. And that i understand the intention behind saying that about behind you know like like a sense of like like self worth myself. Understanding in like self-reflection can certainly help you know. I guess presumably a romantic relationship but also to. There's a lot that can be learned from our experiences with other people. We cannot always just by ourselves in solitude like completely figure showed out and be perfect and then it's like okay well ready for love and it's like game that from others to go through. That process is a really beautiful one. In like i think it also is really realistic. Just being like wow like. I really am learning so much about myself. Value in my own like like these shared characters is that we have like it just makes me able to access beauty more readily when i'm looking at myself and thinking of myself and things like that so i just like really loved back because i was like yes. Love yourself period that fact but also to like it's okay to like be sort of like you know an process while we're in these relationships because frankly we're always going to be kind of in process throughout our lives not dislike some golden era. Were like perfect figured out everything like nothing to figure. You're always going to be so so so yeah. Yeah and unlike speaking of love. I think we're able to feel that message. More of like a loving yourself is important but also people who we love can teach us to love ourselves more into to explore ourselves and it's kind of like we have missing puzzle pieces to our identity and the people that we love are able to fill pieces and for us and but to understand that love you have to understand. Hey eat i guess and you see a lot of hate in this in the beginning of this book in the beginning. It's from outside parties. Burt halfway in its very much internalized. In the hate has embedded into the narrators psyche and body and at towards the end of the book. They have dismore via and by dismore fiat. I don't mean the traditional sense seeing yourself as As like fatter than you. You look in the mirror. It's like literally seeing extra limbs and head tails. And i thought that was like i thought that was relatable because i think everybody goes through self loathing at some point and they'll always see like the worst parts of themselves and No matter how much you bury the hurt that buried like the pain inflicted on you. That's still going to be a part of you and it's always gonna like manifest in in ways that other people can't see them. Yeah you know. It's interesting because we the narrator has the community is is teaching him to hate himself at the beginning of the book and yet society demands. And that's kind of what. I feel like the authors telling us then demands that you like alchemist by yourself and become a full fledged person by yourself to them beloved. You know what i mean. It's a weird. It's not like the main character. Hated himself on his own with no communities. So why must you know. Why was he learned to love himself without community. And i think we do that in the real world to. They're like we'll just get over it. Well you know. Just forget about those boy just like move on as if as if it wasn't a powerful social thing you know they're doubt seated that inside of you And then humans are such social creatures so to ask you know like we we we find ourselves in the eyes of other people. We're not singular. I remember when i was traveling. This is like a weird story. That i tell. Sometimes you black traveling so weird stuff. Happy love it but so sometimes you know i was not the gender people assigned me. I was not the race. People decide re assigned me. I was not alive as some people thought i was not alive and it's interesting because Because i was transient. None of those things stuck by where. You're not transient where you're still there. For your whole life the way people sees see you becomes you which is why they leave the author and not the other the protagonist and girlfriend. I can't remember her name. That's why they leave an.

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"marci" Discussed on Beyond Picket Fences

Beyond Picket Fences

05:55 min | 2 years ago

"marci" Discussed on Beyond Picket Fences

"Yourselves of that intention and why you want to inflict pain on somebody else financially physically where they live how they live their inability to make decisions for themselves because you've paralyzed their ability to do so. That intent is takes a then a bias that is completely subconscious. And you're not even aware that you're doing yeah it it's intrinsic inside of us mercy. What do you say when i'm sorry. I didn't mean to interrupt now. No but on the same topic. I've heard over and over and over again. Black people are are racist as well. have you had had that conversation yet. You know what's really funny. As i had that conversation with my friends of color more often than white friends so i'm really passionate about that topic and my friends. My close friends that are of color. I've now got them trained to stop saying it bothers me so much as a. Don't get prejudice confused with racism. Don't get biased. Views with racism. Joe would you say that prejudice and bias are interchangeable. The the two words..

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"marci" Discussed on Beyond Picket Fences

Beyond Picket Fences

03:41 min | 2 years ago

"marci" Discussed on Beyond Picket Fences

"Really wanted to understand really wanted to talk about this and she didn't even want. I got the impression she didn't want her family to know she was talking to me about it so we worked at time to chat and and did it so she could do it in private and she starts off from a place of we can agree to disagree. And it's okay and you know. I try to be open minded and i try to. I really tried to give her the opportunity to ask me all the questions. We've talked about 'em anymore. Did she got to ask me all the questions. She wanted to ask that. I would do my very best to answer them as honestly and directly and non judgmental as i could. She asked me questions. Like how come the n. word i you know. It's in rap music you can say i can't say it. She asked me questions like the black lives matter. Why are they rioting. Y does race matter. I'm raising my children to be colorblind. Why is that a bad thing. We went through that. I grew up with all white people. Sweat don't really know a lot about that background. But my husband who grew around with pr- predominantly people of color. You know he doesn't see color and thinks that this is all hyped up a little bit you know that. Racism isn't as bad as as as all that. Let's say so one. I wanted her to feel like ask the as society keeps going and as these events keep happening that she'll keep asking because she maybe she'll learn something new maybe she can't hear these things from someone else but maybe she can hear them for me. You know it's so cliche. The each one teach one. But as i've said this to several people if i get through to one person and from that conversation or from training i do. They're able to see their implicit bias. They're able to understand and empathize. What people of color go through and how we got here and even do the uncomfortable work of what they've done to participate in that. If i do that for one person and that one person can do it for one more person it's movement i can't change the world. I'm not martin luther king. I'm a activist on a small-scale. I'm passionate on a small scale. I've been fortunate that in my industry my voice has been able to be used. I'm a minority in my industry and in my position so i get the ability. I work in an industry. This predominantly at my my place. In most businesses the you know the executives in the c. suite. They're all people of color. Are there a white. There's no people of color and they're usually man as well. So some of those why executives and white men male executives at other companies have also called and asked how. How do i communicate with the staff that works for me. That's of color. And how do i show them some solidarity. But i also don't offend the white person given me their money to build their business. It's a it's a walk. And i you know i get that more than most people because i after navigate raising my children and quite honestly if i'm really honest not my desire although i've done it several times it's not my desire to offend my white family but at the end of the day this is the reality the world we live in and the fact that i can navigate to difference two different sides of the tracks if you will i call it the code shift. I'm the queen of the coach. Jeff the fact that i can do that. That's my purpose..

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"marci" Discussed on Beyond Picket Fences

Beyond Picket Fences

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"marci" Discussed on Beyond Picket Fences

"That's it says they would have to be deemed that right have to be into murder so is is. Is this a list of murders. Because because folks who are whether you're white or black killed by police officer most often on it as murders murder expanded homicide. Yep so then no right. And that's part of the problem. And the this pete why people are so angry i mean brianna taylor was sleeping in her bed and she was murdered. I don't care what anybody wants to say. She was murdered. And there's no charges for murder on that so point. That's a good point. So i always tell people to go to. Fbi dot gov. Because i'm like that showcases that what you're trying to say about black on black crime doesn't doesn't really make sense because the percentages don't don't prove out but you're saying it's even worse than what it is because the crime that's out there. Hasn't they haven't been charged enter even convicted. So it's become society doesn't see it as a crime. There's no crime committed tamir. Rice was playing in the park with a fake gun and he was murdered again. I'm gonna use the word murder. No crime was lives mcclair One walking down the street with hat. I wanna go back to brianna taylor because her. I'm sorry. I don't remember her. Kenneth her boyfriend yeah. I don't remember last thing. But i know had answered the door. Apparently with with a gun witch is perfectly fine to run as i was walking stations. I i think i did check it because when you go back to kyle rittenhouse walking down the street in front of police with an ak whatever semiautomatic rifle. That wasn't licensed. He was underage. She was out of state. Like is illegal as you can be getting away with it and yet the police show up at a a person's house who is protecting their own home with their own gun. And that is their excuse to shoot them and kill an occupant sleeping. So in my opinion the second amendment which so many fight so hard for does not apply to anybody but white people. That's an absolute. That's exactly how i feel. I want to know where all the people protesting for the second amendment right to guns was when he was protecting himself in his own home. We imagine if pile rittenhouse were black. Walking through that protest with a home alive doesn't another thing you can look up. I saw that one day. They had the tested it. They had a guy walking around with a gun that was why and a guy who was walking with that same type of gun that was black legally owned the gun and to see how many times they got stopped and it was ridiculous. How many times the police would stop the black man with the gun because it was an open carry state. They had tested that but hello. I hope you're enjoying this conversation as much as we are. Naomi and i wanna take a moment to shares.

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"marci" Discussed on Beyond Picket Fences

Beyond Picket Fences

05:28 min | 2 years ago

"marci" Discussed on Beyond Picket Fences

"We were the first generation to be born with full civil rights Well that's my generation. I'm forty five years old so our parents are still alive which means our parents were not born with full civil rights when it comes to color and race are grandparents. Some of us have grandparents that are still living and they were not born with full civil rights when it comes to color so when you think about that and you think about the other side we continue to teach and learn based on those generations experience so my children are learning me based on my experience of my teaching right so jim crow wasn't that long ago the loving versus virginia being able to marry interracially. Just nineteen sixty seven only few years before i was born. The voting rights act was nineteen. Sixty five. How many years ago was that fifty five years ago. So how many years have people who look like me even been able to vote brown versus the board of education to pico within fifty four. Okay that's twenty. One years before i was born but how many people are still alive when school. The integration of people going to school together. This wasn't that long ago and the people who have the the opinions about race and segregation and racism. All of that. They're still walking around teaching and projecting their views. Because it's there right. So what does that mean for us today. It means that we're not that far removed and we've got a long ways to go. Is it better than it was will sure i dissent my son to school today. I mean i know we're in the middle of the pandemic and all but you know. He went to school and diverse. It's not segregated and we don't go to school based on the color of his skin and all that you know so it's of course it's better but we still have some space some room to grow and i think people forget they just think we're gonna fix it like that and that's not the case so those are some numbers for you..

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Inside Trump’s historic second impeachment

Nightline

05:13 min | 2 years ago

Inside Trump’s historic second impeachment

"Thanks for joining us. They assault on. The capital was a dark day for american democracy now the abc news documentary for who shedding light on the road to insurrection and the second impeachment trial that followed with new insights from prosecutors and trump's inner circle of advisers fifty seven votes for guilty forty-three for not guilty. Donald john trump former president. United states is not guilty as charged. The article is hereby acquitted. The challenge we saw in that senate today was a cowardly group of republicans. Have no power to convict them. Disqualify a former officeholder who is now a private citizen and another sham impeachment down the drain. This was about choosing country over. Donald trump and forty three republican members chose trump a defining moment in american politics. The president of the united states impeached and acquitted for a second time. It's not just donald trump on trial. And it's this entire era of our history. It's a reckoning of. How did we get here. Who have we become. How did this happen the entire saga examined in a new. Abc news documentary for trump the reckoning it all happened here at the heart of our democracy that magnificent capitol building all within about a month. You had insurrection yet. People's storming the capital weeks after that the inauguration and then the impeachment trial is a moment of truth for america. You have the house. Democrats who are the prosecutors led by jamie raskin and his team. Our case is based on cold hard facts. He violated oath of office in the greatest breach of a presidential of in us history. The democrats are trying to make the case that everything that happened on january. Sixth is because of one man and that's donald trump. Let's start with the big lie that the election was stolen. He continued to spread the big lie. Agila way we can lose in. My opinion is massive fraud on january six. We know who lit the fuse. Donald trump told these insurrectionist to come to the capital. We fight we fight like hell and if you don't fight like hell you're not going to have a country anymore. With president trump wanted that day he simply wanted a peaceful and honest airing of the question of whether there were election irregularities in six battleground states. i know that everyone here will soon be marci over to the capitol building to peacefully and patriotically. Make your voices heard at his signal after this. We're going to walk down. And i'll be there with you. He struck a match. We're going to walk down to the capital and he aimed straight at disbelief tape. We saw the house. Managers played this thirteen minute long. Video public has not seen that the senators themselves have not seen. We know those hallways we recognize those corners. It's deeply upsetting. It is anxiety provoking. It is frightening. That awful day could have been so much worse. Multiple members of our government had near run ins with the mob. Senator mitt romney senate majority leader chuck schumer and vice president. Mike pence we saw for the first time. Security footage of mike pence being hustled out of the chamber and his family by thought of vice president. Cheney on nine eleven Being taken to the bunker under the white house to twenty four pm twelve minutes after pence's taken out of the chamber. Donald trump tweets and attack against his own vice president. He tweeted quote. Mike pence didn't have the courage to do what should have been done to protect our country and our constitution he further incites the mob against his own vice president.

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Summer of Celebrity Splits, Big Brother's Big Risk & Plastic Surgery Catfish

Nightly Pop

05:28 min | 2 years ago

Summer of Celebrity Splits, Big Brother's Big Risk & Plastic Surgery Catfish

"Welcome to nightly pop the best place for a facelift advice and break up revenge. Lena's off tonight. But Hunter has here as always and our new best friend Luke. A thoughts is back for more. Hi Guys. Thank you so much. I know I had one day off but I'm back I'm here. Today and let me tell you. Is Easy to make it look. Really did we I just need I think I should ask Vivica did hunter up any prompter Vivica he mess up any reads that you can run. Maybe, once to very honest with you, I was very proud. That he like got in there and all that snow and. Charming. As he lies on yet Morgan between me and Roxy D. as so he loved it I'll I'll right he was in a sandwich there. Okay. All right I guess we're not gonNA top any of the comments that were just made Cilicia get right into it is officially this summer of splits Kelly Clarkson Julianne Huff. Meghan. Fox Kristen Cavalieri. The plug on their relationships VIVICA. Florentine all this lockdown. But do you think this is what's driving couples to just be Finito Dunn's Oh absolutely they are spending more time than what they ever had. When you know celebrities were always on the road working on a said, you know you get to see someone and it's like honeymoon you get to have a lot of Kline I remember I dated a guy and it was so much fun. I was on the road and the moment that the tour was over I. Think we broke up in a couple of months. To. He musician was shot. MARCI was I honey? Mortga do not confuse VIVICA. For anyone less than a god. Okay because she's Doing it well. Share I I think people are breaking up in the celebrity will because one of the most attractive things about a celebrity is their success it's that they're. And, they're good what they do and when you see them without that success, not only do you feel less attractive to them? They feel as attractive themselves we have like we're in this industry because of our ego because we need to be seen. Not Seen we kind of become worse people unranked. We'd be. Real, little school anyway moving on big brothers back tonight there is already drama according to multiple reports Julie Chen revealed some of this season's potential contestants tested positive for Kobe nineteen. She says they were paid for the final cast but okay hunter would you still what I don't even know him asking me this would you go into that house mortgage? How bad do you think my career is going if you if that's the question they're going into big brother now I've got to television shows Morgan okay. I'm doing. Okay. Don't I don't even know why bother I mean we have I'm not GonNa ask you because you are a legitimate movie star and you're not going into that house. But if somebody said I'm giving you five million bucks to do this. Would you? Let you know that the offer did come my way and it's not five million bucks. But I'm going to ask Charlie. Yeah it's not holy cow. It's been the five million dollars on that set and getting everyone there. To do it and I can live with another person let alone sixteen is it like twelve or singling on that house yet? No. My worst never ever Talaat. Moving to Morgan's house right now, I feel like moving to Morgan House and I get to hang out with Jordan all the time. It's GonNa make. Their relationship better because Jordan is not going to spend as much time with Morgan film it. Little brother and it's. It's a perfect show. Yeah. I think. So we just recovering from me yelling about the fact that there was no Wifi, but I just wasn't connected to wi FIS. So anyway. He's like everyone has wife I'm like, yeah I'm not on the WIFI moving on. News for anyone looking to get a face lift a you might get catfish. Dr. Jacobo. Who just gave Sonja? Morgan her new look lanes he's dealing with online imposters. He tells page. Con Artists are creating fake social media accounts and cat fishing his patients one client was even tricked into wiring twenty grand deposit I mean. People falling for this. Clue. One twenty thousand dollars but that just goes to show you like. Doing Corona that people were you know happy to be more natural and not getting. To be so tight and so right even though I must say he looks like he does excellent Oh my thing is i. think plastic surgery especially something as serious an entire facelift or no job or something you should do your research and if you can't even properly research who the doctor supposed to be. Sending it to like an offshore account. Then, you deserve a bad nose job in my opinion. On Yourself. I I love an offshore account though I love the sound of that. Nice offshore. Offshore Bank Account I. Love it like. So, desperate for beauty and that he has just answer. Yes

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ACC sets 11-game fall football schedule

The Paul Finebaum Show

01:58 min | 2 years ago

ACC sets 11-game fall football schedule

"The ACC has made a lot of news today and eleven games schedule Ten conference one non conference over thirteen weeks the first game somewhere. After the first weekend of the season, and there will be one division of the big story out of this as Notre Dame. Andrea. Adelson covers the. ACC College football for ESPN, and we are delighted to welcome Andrea to the program. Andrew thanks. We knew this day was coming. We didn't think Notre Dame was going to be left at home. But your reaction to everything we have we have found out here in the last hour. Notre Dame being discussed as an ACC member for this just one year only it football is something that has been under discussion for the last several months says the ACC coaches, athletic directors, and Obviously League membership and Jacks war break at Notre Dame try to figure out the best scheduling model for US moving forward in order for us to try at least play a season with some uniform scheduling and a little bit of equity while also trying to eliminate long-distance around the ACC, it's impossible to do that. But at least they can try and bringing notre. Dame into the fold and obviously helps the ACC in terms of the number of MARCI Games now in the conference and it helps. Notre Dame because they're able to fill out an entire schedule, they're going to have opponents that are following the exact same protocols because that is in the ACC policy everybody's got to follow the same medical and testing and health and safety protocols and Notre Dame is eligible for the ACC championship game. This year without the divisions, it's going to be the top two teams based on conference win percentage Notre Dame would be eligible for the Orange Bowl. They don't make it into the college football. Playoff. So alive folks inside the League feel like this is a win win even though it's just for this one year this is kind of a a dream scenario of seeing Notre Dame's football in conference.

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National Collections: You could become the guardian of a major houseplant genus

On The Ledge

04:56 min | 2 years ago

National Collections: You could become the guardian of a major houseplant genus

"You are a regular listener to the show, you will know that I have visited various national collections of house plants for example, the pepperoni Mia Collection of Sallie Williams and Mercy Marci's spider plant collection clarify Tim Komo Zim, but what are these national collections? And what do they do I? Go to press release this week from the charity plot heritage, who runs the National Collection Scheme here in the UK, telling me that they were on the hunt for national collection holders for some missing Genera- an among those missing generate were to that we as houseplant lovers know all about, and that's Hoyer and try to scan tier so I thought I. I would give plant heritage a cool and find out a little bit more about what being national collision holder involves. My name is Vicky Cook and I'm the conservation manager here. At plot heritage I have an audience of global proportions, so lots of people pops all fully aware of what plant heritage in the UK what you do. Can you just give us a little positives through plum heritage plot heritage was founded in the nineteen seventies, and it seems damage to ensure that the incredible diversity of cultivated plot that we have in this country remain available for generations to come and I said. We've got a really strong history in the UK of. The Plant Gardens from from the plant hunters enrolled plant breeders, the Grande Estates, and just the enthusiastic which public we're a nation of. And we've huge diverse garden flora, but there's a you know a mechanism. Otherwise that was realized in the seventy s to stop as losing, and if you know any good plans and one of the delightful things about these national collections that you mentioned is that it means people who live the country who are really passionate about particular species or genus who have a taking care of. Of these plants and recording their collections, and making sure that they stay around forever, which is fantastic, but you don't have all of the different Genera- that we grow in our houses and gardens covered, and this is where we've got. This got this press release the other day from you about your missing Genera and I was very excited. Slash worried to see the two of them are. Generally very much favorites of mine. Can you tell me about what you're doing to try to sort out these missing Genera? And and the trans- county and Hoyer Genera- Jeff Genus in particular, although we've got six hundred and fifty plot collections all around the country that in no way covers all of the different plant groups that we grow in the UK. And the role of the national collections are to to collect more or less all you can of that particular Genus Plant Group documented develop conserve for the future, and and also research to and become an authority on that plot group so. Year we try and identify maybe the top ten most interesting plot groups that we would like to see somebody step forward for and become an actual connection holder for and yeah as you say to, them happened to be hoyer and try discount in tastic I cannot believe that no one has the whole national collection slightly disturbed by this spot, because the temptation to apply is great, but I don't think I've got the skills. What's involved in having a national collection or applying for one so well? The first thing really is to have a passion for your punk rock I think that probably goes. Goes without that question, but then the first thing to do would be to to get in touch ready, and we can give you. Some advice and guidance have to get stopped. It's it might be that you don't have many plans to start with them. We can give you some guidance on how to focus the scope of a connection so some groups a huge, and you might not want to own have space for all of them, but we can give advice by maybe collecting all the cultivars of a particular species within that group for everything that was intr- introduced by certain breeder or person. And then yeah, then the next thing is to start collecting and documenting and making sure that you've got good labeling. Systems and records are in order, and then yeah, you can make an application to have an extra clock election soons easy, but how how many plants are we talking about here? I? mean how many different Hoya species of you identified. That might might come under this hoyer national collection. Is it many well? It's difficult to say because there's about eighteen species and cultivars currently in the rhs plot finder, which is what we use as general. Guide to to what is currently available but I. I've no doubt there are plenty more available with specialists around the country, so it would be interesting to see for of these more tropical plant group. Currently easing cultivation in the UK and what you find out so sometimes people started thinking Oh. This is like a nice small plot report. Collect that, but the more you start digging, the more you realize how much she's out there.

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Struggling United States Purchased By Private Equity Firm

The Topical

04:20 min | 3 years ago

Struggling United States Purchased By Private Equity Firm

"Some big news for the US today. The small private equity firm prospect capital partners has officially closed the deal and purchasing the United States of America. Which as we've reported has been struggling financially in the last few months the private equity firm purchased all fifty states Washington DC five major territories and various minor islands in the acquisition for an undisclosed sum. But what does this mean for? Americans like you and me for more. I'm joined by. Opr financial correspondent. Marcy Hammond Good Morning. Marcy High Leslie. Can you tell us about the country's new owners and what we can expect from them? Prospect capital partners has investments in a broad array of industries. Their portfolio includes everything from discount. Furniture stores to niche lifestyle magazines even funeral home chains and designer dog breeding services. Oh yes. I've gotten several of my teacup Pomeranian from their property. Puppy lucks but why. The United States of America to their portfolio. Well since it was already swamped in twenty three dollars worth of debt. Experts say that. Pcp was able to pay pennies on the dollar for the nation which has been renamed the United Fifty Corporation. Here's what the new. Ceo of the country. Herbert Lindgren had to say about the acquisition. We see a lot of great potential in the country in its assets water real estate energy agriculture etc as the biggest player in our portfolio united fifty is in an ideal position to capitalize on this dynamic. And I'm really excited to expand its reach. There'll be some small changes and focusing country reorganization but for the most part. We're just going to let the brand continued to create great products while supporting it. Well that sounds promising. What small changes have been implemented so far several? Lindemann is made swift moves to eliminate many inefficiencies for instance congressional representatives per state or teams as they're now called Heaven pared-down according to stay. Gdp luster running the numbers. We just move as a necessary step. Texas by itself had thirty six house representatives and dozens upon dozens of mayors but streamline the corporate structure and now the half to supervisors and a nature representatives will be based out of United Fifties. La Office and it wasn't just Texas that had inefficiencies in fact the United Fifty C. Suite identified positions states all over the country. That were found to be redundant. People in such positions were immediately removed from the country and escorted into the ocean by security. Well I guess no one ever really needed to senators anyway but martial arts some of these government positions essential to functioning United States. I mean United Fifty yes and departments are scrambling to adjust. Fill the holes while some citizens are saying that quality is definitely gone down due to the chaos however Lindemann says these stumbling blocks are nothing more than growing pains for the country. Contrary to what you've heard local officials were not laid off offered transfers to existing openings and other cities that were contract-based without benefits. We don't plan to cut our way to growth but life is about constant change. The good news is already seeing signs that we're well on our way to hitting our Q. Revenue Goals. I WANNA thank those. We've sadly seemly for their service. United Fifty and the Management Team. Here promises that we will do everything. We can to make the transition into their next chapter as easy as possible juice. These are a lot of changes. Did they know it's a Friday? Pull this shit right before the weekend. That's unfortunate I wonder. What's the new leadership goal and all this? I was wondering that myself to figure that out. I spoke to John pfeiffer professor of economics at Harvard University and an expert on private equity firms who gave me some insight into United Fifties Possible Future. Private equity was to see quick return on investment to do that. You cut costs and exploit resources to shore up earnings then. The company either sells it at a profit or if it fails to be competitive in its newly diminished form. They squeeze it into bankruptcy. I THE INVESTORS. Keep THE CASH. No matter what though. Personally I wouldn't be surprised if they offloaded the entire underperforming Midwest division to be honest now when asked to comment on the possibility of that Lindemann denied any such sale was an option. The midwest a strong acid with many natural resources and agricultural and manufacturing properties and we definitely don't see ourselves letting go of such a commodity anytime soon but we're also happy to hear out any bids that may come our way in the near future but according to a source. I spoke with inside the company country. United Fifty might already be in talks to break up the Midwest and sell it Shari Marci. I'm going to have to stop you right there. We've just received a memo from up top saying that we should stick to reporting on. What does it say here Anything else okay. Great back with something completely different right after.

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Explainer 184: Unlawful, void and of no effect

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

06:28 min | 3 years ago

Explainer 184: Unlawful, void and of no effect

"At moments of extreme bewilderment and confusion such as the United Kingdom is presently the enduring it is often usefully clarifying exercise to set out the facts as they are. This is also a handy recourse for these scriptures of Radio Radio explainers to buy themselves a small amount of time before they set about attempting in some modest way to reduce the bafflement of their listeners so here is where we presently are with due recognition that this could have been overtaken by some other eruption of nonsense between right this very second and the tiny finish listening to parliament has not been prorogued. This is is the unanimous judgement of all eleven justices yesterday. The Supreme Court of of the United Kingdom passed down an unprecedentedly brutal judgment on the behavior of a British government. The court ruled unanimously that the prime minister who for reasons surpassing understanding is actually Boris Johnson acted unlawfully when he advised the queen to prorogue parliament in advance of the UK's anticipated the departure from the European Union on October thirty first. This court has already concluded that the Prime Minister's advice to her majesty was unlawful void Loyd and have no effect in the view of the court and therefore the law the probation was also void and of no effect and parliament was never actually actually closed it is extremely difficult to overstate the severity of this judgment or the surprise of most observers who expected that the British system would proceed as it usually does serenely along well worn path paved convention and euphemism. There was widespread anticipation that Johnson Jason might be on the receiving end of bit of classic British passive aggressive disapproval that would probably be the Limasol that the court's judgement was not that it is utterly unequivocally unspeakably damning in normal times it would prompt a swift but dignified statement of resignation by the Prime Minister possession is untenable and he should have the gus for wants to do the decent thing and reside in normal times however serious countries countries are not led by mildly amusing newspaper Columnists who've built an infuriatingly consequence free career on bluff and Blah Blah. You do not have to say anything that right anything you get it right anyway. You get the gist nor do informed democracies. MARCI's usually turn in an hour of crisis to the person who caused the crisis. Boris Johnson's struggled to avoid becoming the UK's shortest serving Prime Minister Minister and he has fifty seven days to go continues as listeners who've been following brexit will already know the United Kingdom is unusual in not having a written constitution instead the UK has always operated according to what the historian Peter Hennessy once called the Good Chap theory of government isn't that everyone whatever their political disagreements understands the fundamentals of how things ought to be done which is usually based significantly on how they have always been done just falling on the comments from the member for Brighton Pavilion. I'm sure it might be possible to provide the leadership house with a pillow to make him more comfortable as he seems to be sadly during this debate these last few years the UK has been having a bash not doing things like the UK used to do them. which is how we got to where we are and why Boris Johnson has not at least as we go to air walked adding to the general gaiety Johnson has had two truncated visit to the United Nations General the Assembly in New York to fly back to London last night as a furious and vindicated parliament reconvenes? This is almost certainly not the first time that Johnson has needed to pack quickly to return home in a hurry in order to try blustering his way through some other silk created shambles given that Boris Johnson no longer commands a majority in the House of Commons Parliament confirmed do as it pleases including bringing about Johnson's defenestration from ten Downing Street however this would certainly force election which the opposition Labor party still seems is not to want or wants only in circumstances which suit better than the present despite everything Labor's leader Jeremy Corbyn is somewhat less popular than Finnish Jazz. It is far from unlikely that were an election held. Boris Johnson would win but the conundrum which must be more immediately result is that on October thirty first by force of law the UK will leave the EU however by force of another nor the UK cannot cannot leave the EU on October thirty first without a withdrawal agreement in place by October nineteenth and this parliament so far has refused to pass one as to what happens next year really might as well write some scenarios down on Raffle tickets and pluck one out of a big hat or engage a chimpanzee with a dartboard. Would the usual rule with Brexit has been the single most absurd possible outcome is also the likeliest but here is a thought there is a makeable case that what we have witnessed is democracy the United Kingdom's strange amorphous vaguely defined democracy working exactly as it should the executive attempted to override parliament the judiciary overruled the executive British law and the sovereignty of the UK's parliament have of being upheld which is exactly what Boris Johnson and all other Brexit is though they may not be in a mood to enjoy. The irony said they wanted all along from Oracle twenty four. I'm Andrew

Woman who worked on lawmaker's campaign arrested in homicide

World News Tonight with David Muir

01:24 min | 3 years ago

Woman who worked on lawmaker's campaign arrested in homicide

"Now, did the homicide case raising many questions tonight in Arkansas a former state Senator found dead in her home authorities announcing arrest, someone who worked on her campaign? Here's ABC's Marci Gonzales. Police in Arkansas investigating the shooting death of a former state Senator making a shocking arrest taking her former campaign staffer into custody. Eleven days after Linda Collins Smith's body was found wrapped in a blanket at her home. Police arresting Rebecca Lynn Donal her Facebook profile, photo reportedly updated just days earlier to this smiling image of the two of them together. Police for now are not commenting about what may have led to the shooting saying charges against so Donal are still pending. Critical juncture and over other information will way released at this town, Colin Smith is being remembered as a tough longtime lawmaker. She was courageous. And she was undaunted. I mean, a lot of the behind the scenes. Thanks politics. It was so bad in quite frankly brutal. She would keep fighting before her funeral today, her family releasing a statement on Donald's arrest saying we are sick and, and upset that someone so close to Linda would be involved in such a terrible heartless crime. And police haven't said when charges may be filed. But the sheriff tells reporters, there O'Donnell is expected in court on Monday, Tom Marsa, Gonzales with that mystery of Arkansas tonight. Marcy, thank you,

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Season 5 Trailer

Invisibilia

01:37 min | 4 years ago

Season 5 Trailer

"This season on invisibility. Welcome to the twenty first century. We cannot just say stop. I want to get all. But at least we can ask questions like should we emphasize with our enemies, fem should cooking. I hope they all go terminal. Every woman is a more. Is it okay? To have machines control, our emotions I should be of creeped out that I went from feeling suicidal to not Elba Kosovans fiddling with the button. But at the same time lake will thank God. I live in this day and age can you care pain with more pain put him in pain to get him better? Why is this happening? Why is this happening to me this season on Invidia? We ask about sex and race and weatherman. Is it supposed to say whether mostly clear whether continues tonight before Castelo? No, easy answers. Just the right questions invisible. Invisibility back on Marci. What just happened? Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from Comcast business having the nation's largest gig speed network was just the start. Now, they're providing gig fueled apps and solutions that exceed expectations and help businesses perform Comcast business beyond fast.

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Video shows Giants CEO Larry Baer pulling his wife to the ground

Kim Komando

00:32 sec | 4 years ago

Video shows Giants CEO Larry Baer pulling his wife to the ground

"Wife, Larry Baer. The San Francisco Giants on video seen getting physical with his wife during an argument, ABC's Marci Gonzales sports, posting video showing bear aggressively trying to grab a cell phone out of her hand you hear her scream as she topples out of her seat onto the ground in a second clip with Pam bear sue shouting in the background her husband tells her to stop. Walks away. Major league baseball says it's investigating the bears in a joint statement say they're deeply embarrassed by the situation and have resolved

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Pope reaffirms priest celibacy but makes case for exception

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:33 sec | 4 years ago

Pope reaffirms priest celibacy but makes case for exception

"Marci Gonzalez. Pope francis. Reaffirming his stance on priests celibacy, but makes the case for possible exceptions ruling out any lifting of the Senate to see requirement for priests but says there's reason to consider Dany older married men in remote communities where pre so ensure supply from told reporters on the way back to Rome on Sunday that he believes priestly celibacy is a gift for the Catholic church on opposes a blanket change to make it optional. But he said pasta necessity might justify alternative options in

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Investigators search for a missing American businessman in Costa Rica

Ric Edelman

00:39 sec | 4 years ago

Investigators search for a missing American businessman in Costa Rica

"Desk in London American businessman, Shaun Creighton Copco kidnapped and Costa Rica this past September and held for ransom police in Costa Rica and Spain arresting twelve people they say believed to be involved ABC's Marci Gonzales says there's still no sign of Creighton his captors demanding ransom from his family. Sees demanded a very large ransom around five million dollars later reduced until it reached around one million dollars that was paid with the virtual money bitcoin after that payment. The family says they never heard from Creighton or his captors again police say they still have no idea where Creighton could be we spoke with his family. They say they are still holding out hope that

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Sheriff blames California's sanctuary law after policeman's death

Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

00:37 sec | 4 years ago

Sheriff blames California's sanctuary law after policeman's death

"Sing investigators say California's sanctuary laws kept law enforcement from reporting him to immigration officials when you tie or or hands and don't allow us to win came with our federal partners about people that commit crimes are in this country illegally. We're gonna have incidents like this, corporal, Singh's wife, infant, son and canine partner Sam joining a crowd of thousands gathering by candlelight to bring the focus back to sings life of service, ABC's Marci Gonzales reporting, California's attorney general says Pacific Gas and electric could be prosecuted for murder manslaughter or lesser criminal charges if investigators determine

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Science Summit Denounces Gene-Edited Babies Claim, But Rejects Moratorium

NPR's World Story of the Day

03:20 min | 4 years ago

Science Summit Denounces Gene-Edited Babies Claim, But Rejects Moratorium

"Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from internet essentials from Comcast. Connecting more than six million low income people to low cost high speed internet at home. So students are ready for homework class graduation and more. Now, they're ready for anything and international summit on gene editing has formally condemned. The claims of a Chinese scientist who says he's created the world's first gene edited babies, but as into your health correspondent, rob Steiner reports. The summit rejected calls for a global moratorium on the creation of more, gene. Edited children the hundreds of scientists who gathered this week at Hong Kong were shocked by the Chinese scientists claim that he had created genetically edited twin girls he says he edited their DNA when they were embryos in his lab to protect them from the aids virus at this summit. We heard an unexpected and deeply disturbing claim that human embryos had been. Did an implanted resulting in a pregnancy and the birth of twins. That's David Baltimore, a Nobel prize winning biologist to chair the summit the procedure was responsible and failed to conform with international norms for lots of reasons it was done secretly and way before most scientists think it's safe to try this sort of thing, and it may only have partially worked. If at all the Chinese scientists says only one of the twins had both copies over targeted gene called CCR five edited. And so only one of the girls could actually be protected from HIV and the scientists who John quay made another startling claim during questioning if the summit yesterday are there any current pregnancies with embryos that have been genome edited as part of your clinical trials? There is a another one, but tend to mater, there's another potential practices, but it's unclear what happened to it. The summit. Organizers are calling for a formal investigation to try to find out whether any of the scientists claims are true, but they stressed they hoped the Chinese experiment does not setback work by responsible. Scientists and reject calls for a worldwide more Tory Amman any efforts to ever create keen edited babies, here's David Baltimore. Again. There have already been statements made. Are very worrisome because they suggest Coney and bans which is really endothelial to the goals of science. If it someday proven to be safe and ethical Baltimore says, genetically edited human embryos could prevent a long list of terrible genetic diseases. Critics however denounce the some incision to endorse continued research saying it just opens the door for more unethical experiments by more rogue, scientists Marci. Dr NAS key is with the center for genetics and society. Once you open this Pandora's box, a crack all the bad genie's fly out, and they're really hard to get back in. There's nothing stopping other scientists from editing human embryos for other reasons, he says, including to create designer babies, rob Stein. NPR news.

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What are your chances of winning the $1.6 billion Mega Millions and $620 million Powerball jackpots/

WBZ Morning News

00:33 sec | 4 years ago

What are your chances of winning the $1.6 billion Mega Millions and $620 million Powerball jackpots/

"Jackpots for the mega millions and Powerball drawings. Just keep climbing no winners again last week games. Now boasting some of the highest jackpots in history. Now, of course before you get too excited. ABC's Marci Gonzales says we have to be a bit of a killjoy the chances of winning slam. Odds of winning are so slim around one in three hundred million for each you're more likely to give birth to identical quadruplets or become a Saint then win the jackpot. Now, of course, if you do happen to buy that soul winning ticket from both games would be a very lucky

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No Powerball winners, jackpot grows to over a billion dollars!

For The Defense with Attorney Brad Koffel

04:25 min | 4 years ago

No Powerball winners, jackpot grows to over a billion dollars!

"Synthesize basically any drug and claims it produces sixteen tons of illicit chemicals each month almost twenty nine thousand Americans died from overdoses linked to synthetic opioids last year, namely synthetic Fenton. All officials say Fenton all is most widely used because of its potency house. Bill four thirty-three provides licensed veterinarians the opportunity to receive up to two continuing education credits. Every two years all four performing for East Bay in neutering services. State Representative Bob cops says the house passage of the Bill not only allows veterinarians to meet their continuing education credits. But it also helps control pet overpopulation issues incentive to veterinarians to provide some spay and neutering services without charge all to help take at least a small bite out of the animal overpopulation problem many communities face the bail is now awaiting consideration by the Ohio Senate and lottery fever continues to break out across the country with no jackpot winner in the Powerball drawing. There is now more than two billion dollars up for grabs this week between the Powerball mega millions lotteries. Even though nobody one big last night. You still might want to check. Your tickets because there were some million and two million dollar winners. But now, of course, everyone's just talking about the big money that Powerball jackpot rolls over. It is up to six hundred and twenty million dollars for Wednesday night strying Matt's ABC's Marci Gonzales for your ABC, six first warning weather forecast, cloudy skies for most of the day with a high of forty seven. I'm Allison Wyatt. More news at the bottom of the hour and on demand at six ten WTVN dot com.

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Hawaii dodges a bullet as Hurricane Lane weakens to tropical storm

The Wake Up Show: Live and Local

00:21 sec | 4 years ago

Hawaii dodges a bullet as Hurricane Lane weakens to tropical storm

"Piloting the plane died in the crash go fund me pages have been. Set up for Patrick's recovery and to help support Scott's widow in their one year old son the two brothers. Were fulfilling their lay. Father's final wish to have his ashes scattered over the family's home Hawaii dodged a direct hit by hurricane lane which was downgraded to a tropical storm over the weekend

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ICE detains father driving pregnant wife to hospital to deliver baby

Cigar Dave

00:28 sec | 4 years ago

ICE detains father driving pregnant wife to hospital to deliver baby

"The city hospital with his pregnant wife about to give, birth arrested by immigration agents when they stop for. Gas in, San Bernardino California says ABC's Marci. Gonzales driving herself to this hospital tonight, happy her, newborn son is healthy but, devastated her husband wasn't by. Her side saying it's very hard because he was always there and he would. Say everything will be okay ice explaining in a, statement Lauda, was in the US, illegally from

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Health officials reveal why nearly 650 people got sick after eating at Chipotle

The Savage Nation

00:36 sec | 4 years ago

Health officials reveal why nearly 650 people got sick after eating at Chipotle

"Health officials have determined the source of sickness from a Chipotle in Delaware County bacteria that's prevalent in food kept at an unsafe temperature ABC six. Is Mike McCarthy says it took tests. By the CDC dependent down the health district tells us that the food samples from. That restaurant tested? Negative for this bacteria but when stool samples. From the people who got sick were sent to the CDC they tested, positive for this nearly seven hundred people got sick. After eating at the sawmill. Parkway between July twenty six Six July thirtieth the CEO AAA says all employees nationwide will now be retrained beginning next week. For food safety and wellness

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