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Tennis Murray Wedding Ring-Ring Wrap
"Mari's problems are off the court a quick story here for a little bit of help with Mari shoes were wet and smelly so instead of putting them in his room meet air them out underneath his car when I got back to the car in the morning the shoes that were gone the shoes were stolen and there's more house I was preparing for my practice my face is said to me where's your wedding ring and I was like oh no Marie Tyson's wedding ring to wear shoes when he plays so the wedding ring is gone too if anyone can share this or may have any clue when they may be would be very helpful Murray says he has to smooth things over with his frustrated wife I'm at Donahue
Tennis Murray Wedding Ring-Ring Intro and Wrap
"Three time majors tennis champion Andy Murray has had a rough start to the Indian Wells tournament in California Marie's problems are off the court a quick story here for a little bit of help with Mari shoes were wet and smelly so instead of putting them in his room meet air them out underneath his car when I got back to the car in the morning the shoes that were gone the shoes were stolen and there's more house I was preparing for my practice my face is said to me where's your wedding ring and I was like oh no Marie Tyson's wedding ring to wear shoes when he plays so the wedding ring is gone too if you want to share this or may have any clue when they may be would be very helpful Murray says he has to smooth things over with his frustrated wife I'm at Donahue
Influential Educators: Dame Marie Clay
"To come. Let's talk about mari clay. Mari was born in nineteen. Twenty six in wellington new zealand. When she was five years old. Her parents divorced. Mari lift primarily with her mother but bounced between both parents houses. As a result. Mari ended up pretending four different primary schools. Something that would later influence her career trajectory in one thousand nine. Forty-five mari earned her primary school teaching credentials at wellington college of education following her time at wellington mara went onto earn both her bachelor's and master's degree her master's thesis focused on finding solutions for teaching special. Needs students. how to read and write in the nineteen fifties. Mari was awarded a fulbright scholarship. The award allowed her to continue her research at the university of minnesota and developmental child psychology and childhood literacy during her studies. Mari came to disagree with the prevailing literature about the ability of low achieving students to learn to read instead. Mari developed her own viewpoints. That would shape her research for decades to come. After finishing her fulbright mar moved back to wanganui new zealand where she taught elementary school and worked as a school psychologist. Then in nineteen sixty. She moved to auckland and joined the university of auckland's faculty. She taught educational psychology while pursuing her doctoral degree she was interested in understanding how children learn to read and how teachers could better support. The children who are falling behind. Her research was unique because it focused on closely observing a child's development over time
"mari" Discussed on Rose Pricks: A Bachelor Roast
"Like no we weren't. I mean it just makes a bolt cutter look bad. Because thomas is like will like dude. She was drawn ruling me. Which is a lame thing to say. Okay so what are so. It's her fault right like you. Just you couldn't stop it but the whole thing was ridiculous and then they just keep arguing and he's like i didn't plan. It neared bra the fact that she mayo. Both of us is mind blowing right now. Is it really. It's a show where people make out with everybody and then that's it then it's to be continued. I really am excited to see who these women and will choose. That aren't in a couple who mari is gonna choose Wait a minute that the l. who who ties his shoes. And i feel like one of the person that i feel like is like i'm that old just cynthia. Oh yeah yeah. I'm excited to see who they're gonna decide to get with. And if you are excited to hear our responses when it happens you're going to have to check out our bonus episode on Later this week we're going to cover. Episode comes out tomorrow right. Oh comes out tuesday. correct. Seventy tomorrow night's tuesday night. We're going to watch it. We don't we're not gonna build a record it right then but probably by thursday afternoon again. Yeah i think we might be able to knock it out. Maybe wednesday if you're available and you all be able to hear about thursday hopefully out about i'm available. Yes so like a for five dollars again. You can join our patriarch for ten. You can get the shoutouts that i did earlier but for twenty five you can get business. Shoutouts hasn't been some. We have one. Sarah and has a business on my god. She's she's Outing if i rose to her. And she has a perfect business crust. It's called charcoal and rose pedals don c. a. Because why she's out of canada but they shift to the. Us they held as great products. Such good pampering stuff. They have this. They have like a delicious on. Rose facial scrub they have lip scrubs room sprays. Turn your home into a fantasy sweep with some of her great products and she will offer you twenty percent off. If you use the code rose pricks.
"mari" Discussed on Rose Pricks: A Bachelor Roast
"Like well just so you know when they asked that the bonfire this totally question about. Who do you want to what he said me. He's driving me. Yeah that makes use lobby seconds. She don't even care. Don't care she's the first second third fourth fifth as long. She said we're on the train. She is here for it she was like. I don't care if you're mad at me. I don't care. I now karen yeah all right. So you're mad at me whatever. Okay i don't care right. And then and then with mari going to say about she's like oh you don't care okay. Fine i don't care either right. We'll the neither of us care. We don't care. So why are we have it. Toddler girls on the to to like very young girls going like care. I don't care. Yeah it was crazy Before we forget. Because i don't think this was like a scene like by itself real ties going crazy on the beach just yelling like a loose animal. So that's a she was before she went hurrying the the last time she was on this show. And that's what. I was trying to remember but i was having trouble lake remembering the exact cir- circumstances but yet nutty ned t- mehdi abbas like all god all girl 'cause i was like i'm not sure if she's going crazy because she knows she's got to give a rose to trae. I don't know why she's over here along with our something's wrong with her. She's like mentally ill. I'm not kidding. She did this on the last time. She was odd she just sorta like unraveled at some point. Just what crazy okay. And with the la okay. Oh well jesus. Hopefully she's Yeah so young not mental illness shaming anybody. I think she's literally though unstable needs to you know we'll see what happens. I guess we'll see. There's a reason they're not showing any more of her in trae that she's just wandering around the beach on her own right. I think this is traced last week. So the Just don't know who she's going pay though maybe show self eliminate. Wow geez she could. Maybe she'll just feel like. I wanna go find trays uncle and that's it. He was a great cancer. I can't stop thinking about him. That's who i want. Yeah i would die so okay. So now he gets a what i thought was interesting parts so murray decided she's going to talk to kenny and try to undo the damage that she did. And it's not gonna work. Oh god kitty is like their door has been opened. A can never be closed again..
"mari" Discussed on Rose Pricks: A Bachelor Roast
"It and it was it was the it was so terrible. And she's like here against them the cake i've got something else to show. Yeah yeah let them make cake. Let's go to the bathroom. Second deck and i thought biz exactly where they were going upstairs to the dot and the sign. I was like okay. This is actually kind of sweet. And then when he hit the pr condoms fell out. I was like oh she is a slut at the best way. We made it in the most sex positive way. Two hundred percent absolutely. And oh okay all right girl you you are not pivoting from this you are like i'm driving this home yet. We're sex the thing is i. Think the reason why we're having this reaction is a. She's we know that she's just there to stir the pie. She's basically said it. I mean that's her little thing at the beginning of the show is that she's the pot stor route if it's kind of weird and almost disrespecting herself that she just doesn't care who that's west. Whatever i just. I want to be the girl that stirs the pot so i'll basically all have sex with whoever right matter. It's like you hear nobody's relationship you. Who can i blow up again. 'cause that's all she's doing all she's doing so now. Mary's passed and She takes she goes. She's like i'm mad. So she goes gets cake and she's like i'm gonna sure it would be a merriam in my pretty yellow outfit and i'm just taking fire right so now everyone's weighing in on. Who's rog between. Demi ed murray and i thought marisa actually made a good point. They show like marissa's with riley Because she is just all over riley and riley deliver her and they don't care who knows it and she does not to shifts. Connor thinks which is kind of funny so Versus like you know what that was disrespectful. Like about martha cake. She's like she told kitty she was opened other people and though he was open to demi and then riley's like yeah do what's he supposed to do. Sit around with some of his ass and i was like okay you too good point making saves. They're like listen. Like i'm gonna tell connor. He needs to date other people. Because i'm not dating him anymore like she's like it's his fault but yeah it was her fault completely Mari put her foot in her mouth with that. She had no reveal what man. This is a forty year old man around all this twenty year old as he could be like where i guess. I'll just sit here and tell in tail you're done with your dates that you want to go on. No he's going to try to his scattered throughout as many of those contestants as possible. Yeah and even even though. I never really cared for kenny before. And it's not that. I don't want to say felt bad for him but i did feel like a kind of respected his response. Because didn't he. You could tell that he was hurt. I mean he was like i kinda thought. We were feeling the same way about each other. But he didn't never got mad. You'd never blew up. He was never disrespectful about it. He was like kind of accepting. he's just like i mean i don't like it but if that is going to be that i guess i need to do my own thing i i'll take you at your word for that. You didn't act like okay. Maybe she's just playing games. Maybe i'll wait it out. It didn't connor and go. Okay well. I hope you look really beautiful on your dates. Be there to watch ready right right. He was he very much was in. You know address. She just was dumb period. She was as dumb for Detaining she shouldn't even entertain the possibility until it was actually one and the funny thing is. She didn't even get asked out on that day. That she was like the whole thing came up because chris and you know What's his name chasing. Came down so it's possible that she thought chasing his cue and was kind of trying to set the stage for chasing to ask route. This is just. I'm guessing that had been any and then chasing didn't ask her out. He asked out what's her name. Right right. not a deandra so that may be like oh nevermind. My bad event late by then. I don't know. I think i think again. Maybe she thought that he lands guerout. But i also think she was not. I don't know she just was being dumb. I don't think she was really contemplating like okay. Now what is that going to be like. When he's kissing other people in he might find the other people before you do. You know what i'm saying like and he did. The the other person came searching for him where nobody is sitting up at all right. Yeah i mean he could have been like okay. Good luck on all those dates. You're not going on. But okay ryan. Didn't he was like okay. Go to you. That's fine okay. So then mari pulls aside does the thing. That's so dumb to me. And pulls the woman aside problem pull the guy even though you have no business doing that but as much as i don't like demi it's not her fault you've literally told demi yeah i wanna see other people. Yeah and so. She was like oh he can be my other people. Yeah she was that she was not thinking no so she posed demi aside and she's like listen i feel betrayed a demis like Listen bitch. I don't think you you get help. Paradise one eight hundred people and then we see sticks of mars like well just so you know when they asked that the bonfire this totally question about. Who do you want to what he said me..
"mari" Discussed on Rose Pricks: A Bachelor Roast
"Partner of the nfl. She said he's so. I'm going to tap out here. I'm going to walk away. They've she starts cry because she realizes she's a bitch. I was like girl. You went a one date with this boy. And you already like spark Jab in Yeah he definitely was not expecting that one which was also funny in itself too. Cozy was a little too confident. A hundred percent so then crazy. Carl takes deandra to go talk with. This is not gonna work out. Well karl oh my god. It was work first of all. You can tell from her energy that she was like. Oh my god. I'm so fucking over you stop. I won't take anybody over year long winded piece of shit. He is over there talking forever. He's doing martin. Luther king's march on washington beach. I haven't drain taking forever to just say. Hey i like you. I got you something. Hopefully you anakin kittens. He you connect he giving her eulogy all as you just like call shut. He's looking at her going. Like our connection is off the charts. The okay you're talking about somebody who just went into kama sutra with another guy with a dub face and but your yeah your connections real off the charts. Home larry is he really was lags. you can feel it in. Not taking her energy at all. Her energy was so closed off. It was almost like please. Don't touch me and then chasing chiefs if you know they gotta you know pull their their packers out in be more manly than the others. So chasing over was like yeah. I'm meter. i need. I need to talk to her. In of course call. He was like. I wanna motivates you to give me five more minutes at their. I want you to live your best life around the corner away from us for the next five minutes. He's like nation. Abc always be closing. Okay i'm doing. I'm trying to close this right here. Okay someone new five more minutes. Oh my gosh. It was so and then chased came back again. Nah man nah you veggie thai in calls the kennedy thirty more seconds. I was just like call. If you don't get out. Whatever the hell you wanna say. Oh wasn't even worth it. No and also at some quite. Don't you have to wait and see if the woman wants to be talking for five more minutes or you know or wants you to leave. I mean it's it's so weird like old school old fashioned this just if she wants to talk to you she will wants to talk to whoever she wants to talk to anyway. Yes so so then. He gives her the like this bracelet that that is. I'm sorry but you can tell. It's not her style at all. And i know this is gonna sound of superficial but she's wearing gold necklaces. Any that sort of sick not sick like silvery bracelet. You know that she was never gonna wear no no. I don't know what clears restaurant. I mean a store. They have in mexico where he grabbed this. Exactly no i really like you. I have about five different tricks up my sleeve. I is this bracelet in. Hopefully you'll stay. Because she was already she was already clocked out. Yeah he's like listen. I won this plane. Ski ball at chuck e. cheese tickets. Okay so pretty good. It's st ball is what i'm trying to say which you. Oh my gosh. Yeah so now. Okay so then chasing finally walks off with her. Angie seems fine yes now. There's a bonfire and they go. They just skip right to it. They're just like okay. Let's just go around and say we want to have sex with literally get through like three people. If these producers are good. They're like we script. We just need to get to this part of the script. Donate a lotta setup. We finish we need to get to the part. Where kenny says mari so like. Why don't we just get to people to say something before. And then can he goes murray and they cut to another seen. Just that was so funny than demi comes down the beach so kenny i know you Staying quarantine. I wanna make it special for years so i read a cake. You sound just like dr all my guys in. She's like everybody's.
"mari" Discussed on Rose Pricks: A Bachelor Roast
"I just when i was watching their first date on that i think it was like one of the first episodes i was like. They're not really feeling each other. And she's the one who acts noah out it wasn't the other not no no he her nano. She asked him out because she got the day card so she got to give it to noah oh but they did remember day one or whatever noah was like. I'm here for abigail. Whatever who cares you care here not ending up together Okay so then back at the blowing party. They're having a good time and ivan talks about to. I guess to noah he's real confident about like my connection like we just like we just really clicked like i'm not worried at all and we juxtapose that with couples like doing kama sutra. Right sex with their pants on. He's like not threatened one bit because like nothing could come between me and my girl. And meanwhile he's like doing her from behind it was like we're we're completely together and licking on each other like it was just a yeah. It's so funny that they always make sure they get the guys to say something really really confident as things are just falling apart just following his. I can really see us getting married. Meanwhile she's getting pounded just smacking cheeks. Guess she's the only one for me. Somebody's just up if you just like. Oh yala terrible for this. I know this is the theme of baseball episodes. Yes so now and this is like so. This is an interesting psychologically. So mari goes to talk to serena and she's like know. My chemistry with kenny is really good but like i to be opened other guys so i'm going go at the top of kenya about it which always seems like a good idea. In theory to be honest. I want to the straight forward approach like girl. Are you thinking what are you talking about. No lying make the end at least. Just wait until somebody comes down that you want to go on a date with and then you don't you should do go on a date with them and then he and then let kenny has feelings about it. But why are you going to talk with them. Look yeah so like really like what we have but you know if someone else comes in and wants to fuck it up like cool so would that. I hope you're cou. I'm gonna fuck it out. Let's so kenny understandably is like okay cool cool but like what do you mean which is a good question. He's like right. What is that like so do he does not overreact. Doesn't freak out. he's like okay so like we just both go about our business. And she's like no. I don't want that and he goes will i..
"mari" Discussed on Rose Pricks: A Bachelor Roast
"So so also okay. He did not have the vibe of like a guy. That's there to hit the boomer with anybody. You know what i mean. He was td. You'll there to like maybe give everyone a manicure may pettis you know so you call the same vibe as me Here chris whatever they doing here and then what's so funny is the fact that anybody would even know who the hell he was right like like. Nobody is like a while. I was really hoping that they play that during the episode that somebody was like. I was really hoping that chris gumming. No you work you work now. There was a better chance of chris. Hairston coming here exactly. I thought the exact same thing when they were having her say that i was like just the girl no you do. You've never heard of him anymore than we have right. Yeah so so then. Also we have chason now chasing. I had i had also forgotten about until they brought up that whole smoke. Show thing i thought about it. But he was the one that called teasha smoke show and then i had to go back in in my mind and go. Oh yeah and. I didn't think it was a big deal back then either. Who cares you call her. A smoke show no. He said a lot of stupid stuff. I can't believe chase in. He was an idiot he was like i'm the wolves read. He's said a lot of things. Oh since jason is not mentally smart. Well i said i'd already forgotten about him and i thought he was cute but boring. This is how quickly i forget about stuff. This i'm a. I'm not a good person doing this with chasing unfortunately has a stupid looking face his his and i don't mean that he's ugly is just he's he looks like he's dumb and matches up is like okay. Bless your heart baby. How many times did you get held back. chase yeah. He's okay so it's they're gonna get a double date. And i thought this was funny. They both say really unenthusiastically. They're like alright so doubleday. Let's go all right guys. You just got to fantasy island or wherever the hell you are like. Show a little bit of something. A little spark but Yeah okay so. Jason takes deandra aside. Even though we didn't even know she was there anymore. We've gotten about her because she's been stuck in the back without a what's his name the the motivational speaker. Carl carl mckay karate. Kid credit call. Yes so. I think deandre should have been hiding herself hiding herself under a bushel. She's a cute girl. very cute. cute. Jason i think the worst sustained was that i don't know who's worse. I don't know if it's or chasing who's worth they're both like. This is really your options. Like i've abbas feel like. She should now just go after conor like how take any of them because she is just going to be bored out of her mind. Yeah yup okay. So then chasing takes mari aside and this is where we get a little foreshadowing that mari is thinking that she's you know needs to be a little bit hotter shit out on the island. She's like i don't think people have noticed me. Because i've been like tied down mckinney. So she says you know you. Can't i've kind of been a thing but like he's really not into going out with other people but i am because penny chases okay noted and then Chris takes just any aside any tells the camera you know he's like you know like just sending might be all boot up but you know i'm a go for.
Reps. Matt Gaetz and Marjorie Taylor Greene Discuss Nancy Pelosi's Mask Mandate
"Matt gaetz a congresswoman. Marjorie taylor green. I wanna go to the big targets straightaway. I wanna talk about. We'll talk about the gop in a moment. Let's talk about breaking news of the last week of i think it was thursday with e even providing justification with reference to an unpublished appear reviewed indian study The speaker of the house has decreed that everyone has to wear mosques staff members and visitors. Who don't will be arrested. The chief has allegedly climbed back because of things that you guys and your colleagues did. Let's have a little fun. I i said it on my show on thursday. I'm very impressed. That somebody has invented a force field somehow contains cove it in the house but cents so the culture difference with the senate and the house that you guys got to moss nancy. Because thursday she didn't wear moss but in the senate. Nobody has to now so fourth. Let let me start right here. Let's talk about a second. i'm fed up. I am not interested in people telling me that she is the arch. Strategist i think this woman has lost it. She is so she's mari antoinette on steroids and has no even sense of how what she's doing looks like from the outside am i am i crazy. You are totally wrong about this. I believe nancy pelosi is a master. Strategist i believe. She holds power and money over the rank and file and the democratic party. I believe she has greater control over her caucus. Then paul ryan or kevin mccarthy or john bainer ever had so. I don't disrespect the skill of nancy pelosi and think about this. The masks aren't about healthcare. They aren't about mastercard about we know that. So what are they about control. Ashley wants to show a controlled opposition. She wants to show a controlled conference and that increases her
"mari" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR
"Mari is someone whose writings I read as up head editor for the New York Post, But more importantly, as a very prolific poster of commentary for the New York on Twitter, not necessarily for the New York Post. In that capacity, he's written a new book entitled The Unbroken Thread. Discovering the wisdom of tradition in an age of chaos. Which sort of is syrup. Is this actually available today? It. Zaveri ble for pre order from Amazon, Barnes and Noble direct from Random House, the publisher and its ships tomorrow. Tomorrow's the publication date. Okay, tomorrow, Okay. All right. Fantastic. So you sort of appeared to me. I mean, I read a lot of what you write. You appeared to me to be more of the from the William F. Buckley trend. You're more likely to quote ST Thomas a quietness than you are. Um, modern political theorist, or or politics. How did this come to be? Well, I was kind of in my twenties living in working in London and New York as a journalist. Um, I was in a conservative, but I didn't really pay attention to these deeper issues of Connection between faith and political order, and the way we live together, it just wasn't on my radar was only after I became a Christian. And then I became a father where deeper questions were raised from me than just you know, what should we do with taxes? Or should we launch an invasion of this or that country in response to Islamist threat? You know the kind of things that normal quote unquote conservative deal with most of the time. I said no hold on a second. What? What is it about our society That makes me as a father and a new Christian? So worried, um, there's something has gone wrong with the West. Um, where It's that the very rights that we cherish have become undermined, but it's not government that's doing it. It's private corporations that are increasingly repressing us. Bizarre ideas about, you know, erasing the differences between men and women that are written into our biology. Something's gone wrong. And I as a father and a Christian father need to protect My son, His name's Max. At the time I started writing the book. I was He was, too. He's not four years old, and so in order to do that, I had to kind of go deeper and think about Um, you know, frankly took how tow recover a deeper tradition of the West, our Judeo Christian traditions but also our classical inheritance from from ancient Greece and Rome. To try to think. Okay, How do we Where did we go wrong here, and that the book is kind of a product. A product of that Asking of that question. The book is the unbroken thread discovering the wisdom of tradition in an age of chaos. And I want to delve deeper into that. But Sora talk a little bit about your upbringing in your background and how you came to be a Christian. Yeah, sure. So I was born and raised in in Iran in Islamic Islamic Republic of Iran, The Ayatollah of Iran and I, but I was born into a very secular family. My family was super Muslim at all. Um And then we immigrated to the United States Things going uncle who settled here many decades earlier, and, um so I came as an immigrant. And an atheist because I had learned to rebel against the God of the Ayatollahs. When I was when I was a teenager, you know it kind of child and then the teenager living under them. And so I was a kind of very rebellious. Fresh off the boat Immigrants teenager and then frankly, I went through lots of different ideologies. I was kind of frequent convert to different kind of Marxism and this and that, But then ultimately I had to conclude that actually the society that I had found myself, Is it fundamentally decent? It did it honors. The dignity of the individual, and there's something very special about that. And the more I read about it, and the more I thought about it, the more I saw that that Honoring of the dignity of the human person is a result off the West, biblical and Judeo Christian heritage. So that doesn't necessarily make you mean that you believe in God, and I tell the story of how you ultimately came to believe in God and then find him. In Christianity in a different book, It's called from Fire by water. That's my memoir of faith. But beginning to think about politics that way, let me to abandon my kind of childish teenage atheism. And then eventually, you know, reading the Bible. Having a few kind of providential encounters with Almighty God in in in in actual churches, led me to I believe that a There is a God a personal God, a god of the Bible, and ultimately Jesus Christ thought that that's how I became a Christian. But that's a longer story. No, it Z even that alone is fascinating. How old were you? At that point, so I was received into the Catholic Church at age 31. It's interesting because you right, Maura about Christianity than folks who grew up in the church, and I've always said the The latter day a convert is a more zealous evangelize er, and it's interesting because you've made up for lost time. By being so willing and passionate candidate and open about your faith. And and that's included your writings, but it's included, you know, you know, just little snippets that you offer on a daily basis. You mentioned your son, Max, and how that really caused you to look deep into who you were and what you are and what you believe. Talk a little more about that, because I'll tell you that becoming a father for me later in life. Also was transformative in many ways, taking better care of my health, making me a better person, deepening my faith. It really made me a different person. And it sounds like it. Did you two Oh, absolutely. Um So when I was when I was childless, which is for all of my twenties, I you know, I felt like the world was my oyster to use the cliche I was I was traveling and it was all about me. Me. Me. Me me. And the fact that a lot of things in our world where seemingly organized to just make it easier for people like in my class where you just you know, are the opinion making class. We're all great. All that sort of change and relentless dynamism were great. And then suddenly I became a father. And it's very kind of humbling experience where the set of questions that I began to ask completely shifted. I had to think about With solid values. Do I have To pass on to to this young creature that you know God has put into my charge, and it's not enough. I mean, what I have internally as a man may not be enough, so I have to reach back. The other two deeper sources of tradition and truth. And kind of transmit those to him as a father sort of hold on right there. Let's let's save that for our next segment. We'll continue our conversation. The book is the unbroken thread discovering the wisdom of tradition. In an age of chaos by Saurabh Omari. Coming up stays is our talk radio..
The Beauty Benefits of Turmeric
"Dermatologist veto. mari walla who south asian herself offers. An example of how ubiquitous the beauty benefits of timur have become. Interestingly skinned benefits are all so ingrained in the culture that typically day or sober before your wedding in india. There's actually something called a halt these ceremony. Literally it's the day before even the day of the wedding and your family members rob a piece of turmeric sandalwood in gram flour on your skin so in this like pre wedding ritual. You know it's supposed to be good luck. You can imagine that started as a way to fully dead skin and give the bride and the groom that glowing look before their big day. Obviously traditionally we know has been used in food. But it's just such a part of indian culture. The we actually do a whole ceremony dedicated towards on the day of our wedding. But what is it about tumor. That makes it such a beauty powerhouse. The secret sauce is curcumin. A chemical compound founding to mark with antioxidant properties. Marijuana breaks a down that works a lot like vitamin e. It's a chain breaking antioxidant. What i mean by that is that it can both scavenge free. Oxygen radicals on the skin and inhibit the generation of reactive oxygen species. So it's like a for right. Not only does it stop these free radicals from forming but also helps get them
"mari" Discussed on AA Beyond Belief
"The sun has come up beyond the shadow of my download. And i do will do a hand if you need one. I do man do a hand. Wow kinda cool Yes a very cool. And you've got a wonderful voice by the way that was really. Thank you so much for doing that I'm so glad that i met you. And i'm going to be learning more about you because i'm really fascinated with your with what you're doing So i hope that we can stay in touch. Thank you so much. For appearing on this podcast. You made my day. It's i really enjoyed this conversation. You've had an amazing story and it's going to. It's just been great so thank you so much for for being here..
"mari" Discussed on AA Beyond Belief
"An aa meeting in elsinore. There was this Club albert hill and There was like six old man that we go to say a meeting and I went to the meeting And they like the monday. And then i came back on tuesday and They was the men. Stag was the same five old guys but they voted to let me say And then the next day. I got paid and i got like sixty five or eighty five bucks or something and I was worried because money folks trouble and so they took my money. They said they would hold it for me. So so i gave him my money so that i wouldn't get in trouble and then a couple of days later my money back and My boss walked his job. So i had to move back to Orange county where. I was getting loaded. You know. I was only saying clean. Because i was in elsinore away from everything background. What year is this. What timeframe are we is this. Like in the What what decade are we enter. When what time of year is i. Nineteen eighty six. Okay okay I when i Mosey that makes so much sense. Because i got sober in eighty eight. I was drinking in high school in the seventies. And i remember when it didn't matter if you were beer your car. Whatever it didn't matter and then it kind of changed in the eighties and things got a little bit more serious. Yeah erupting you wanted to get kinda figure out the time when when this happened so So i lost so i had been living in Elsinore and i. I one thing i had one experience where i my somebody i'd met with you know. Of course the disaster. I didn't think anybody because what i you know. I would meet the person who had was making meth in their bathtub. So i went to the bar that was at the end of the street and all i did. I sat down at the at the bar. And i was scanning the crowd. That was there for who have drugs. I hadn't even ordered a drink. And i was already looking for trouble so i i was learning things about me and my disease you know. And the extent spent and what my triggers were. And where. I could go what i could do and like i said basically. I couldn't talk to anybody or do anything. Because i would meet the people who would be getting in trouble. You know like attracts like so So he likes my boss's job. I had to go back to orange county and i figured that was the death of me because That was where i had been getting loaded. You know did going once a week for my my appointment. And that was the only time i get loaded so I went to the a guy. Said you should go over to the any meeting at this other place and they also are so. I went there. And i didn't find a meeting but somebody told me where to look for a meeting or something and Or maybe they seventy day over there and they said oh maybe you should go to na. So when i moved you know like a day later I went to the alana club. Which is where my father had gotten sober and It's funny because i remember. I had been driving by there. That's the town. I was getting loaded at. i remember. i had pointed it out to somebody you know. Look if you ever want to get sober. That's where you go you know. We're driving by never thinking it would apply to me. Because i don't know i was drug addict and i definitely had a drinking problem because i i had i. Was you know twenty eight. I had more than twenty eight car wreck and they were all dude. Alcohol alcohol was just an out behind alcohol. I did all the things that we're the most disgusting it was you know so anyway I went to a meeting. I was back at. My mom's house went to a meeting Anyway i they they remember i then i went back. Oh i know what it was. I signed up for school again. Twenty one units school and Again and because that was my plan for stance sober and At the school. They had an na meeting on tuesdays and so one thirty. So i signed up for school. And then i went to the na meeting and they There was like you know ten or so people there and They said i was born to a concert on thursday. That was tuesday. And i was going to the moody blues at the la forum on thursday. And i was knocking the drink because drinking made me get in trouble. And i wasn't gonna do any drugs but i was gonna smoke pot. And they said no. Don't don't do that and i said does that. Make me wanna do anything. I'm you know fine. I will not drink. Because i know that makes it so that i'll do anything and they said don't do it right and i hadn't heard the readings in the meeting so i went to the concert with my friends and standing in line. There was like little cart where they were selling. Gin and tonic. And i had never driven gin smelled bad to me. I'd never drank gin. Geno something i would never ever drink. I had three gin and product standing in line. So i watch myself take drinks that i said i would not drink. I said that. I did not like john. I drank that. I did not like and i was looking for to do any drugs that i could including those ones that i hadn't done for ten years you know. And it was like these things that had been supposedly firmly in place. I walk the myself all these boundaries. I abandoned my friends. I you know it was just. It was just bad. I mean hitch hiking home from hollywood at midnight on a friday night or thursday. Was you know it was crazy. Actions that i took and So i ended up. That was thursday ended up back in any meeting on sunday. Five pm post mesa. Lana club and i have been clean ever since craig You know you're a story. I can tell throughout your story that you really eat. There was a part of you that really wanted to stop you know but but just just couldn't and you were kind of there was one one part of your story where you kind of just gave into your addiction. It was like this is just the way it is but then you went to this through this long phase where it was like man i if i need to do this and i need to get myself together and i can really relate to that I think that my timeframe was a little bit shorter. But but i went through this period of time where i just thought i just needed to find a way to control control. My drinking and i tried all kinds of various ways. Nothing worked and then. I finally gave up. So you got to the point then. So you were in in a and you primarily going to na meetings and what was your. What was your impression of all that i would. I are suiting up for twelve and a half years and That was kind of the thing that i thought was really the big problem. Even though alcohol loosened me up to get me into every kind of trouble I i went to na and I quickly started going to an eight meeting every morning at seven. Am and i went to al. Lot because I didn't hear about drugs and drug. Hearing about drugs was a trigger for me. So yeah so. I got An as foster. I went to eight wins meanings i also wanted to nato I went to five to seven meetings. A day. And i would leave a meeting in costa mesa and drive to orange. Which is you know. Twenty thirty minutes away. He hit another meeting. And i would leave meeting early to get to a meeting late. Leave that being to get another meaning. And i was I was chasing after You know.
Emotional funeral held for officer killed in Boulder shooting
"Police officer who died in the mass shooting at a Colorado grocery store last week was memorialized. Today, The service drew thousands of law enforcement officers from around the country. Colorado Public Radio's Allison Sherry was there and has this report. Older officer, Eric Tally was remembered as an optimistic person who threw himself into everything he became interested in. He left an I T job in his forties and joined the Boulder police force because he said he wanted to do more good in the world. As an officer, he started the Police department's drone program and called his boss once an hour with updates about his day. Sergeant Adrian Dallas was his supervisor. I could easily described Eric. He was a pain in my butt. Eric has two speeds of work, Talk aholic and honey Badger officer tally was 51 had seven Children with his wife, Leah. They're between seven and 20 years old. They're devout Catholics and Boulder Police Chief Maris Harold addressed the kids directly. Your father was kind. Your father died a hero. There is no doubt because of his bravery and quick action. Dozens of innocent lives were saved. Tally was among 10 people killed in the shooting last Monday. Officer said in the memorial service that no civilian was injured or died after tally arrived at the grocery store, which means he saved
Gun used in Boulder shooting was bought legally
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Gun used in Boulder shooting was bought legally
"Colorado, after the deadly supermarket shooting a massive investigation. Boulder chief of police Maris Harold as a Friday afternoon Friday, March 26. There have been 167 individuals. Federal state local agencies that have worked over 3000 hours on this investigation. The suspect bought a firearm that he allegedly used at a local gun store after passing a background check. New testing
Colorado suspect got assault weapon 6 days before shooting
"Authorities say the twenty one year old Colorado man accused of killing ten people in a supermarket attack had recently purchased an assault weapon according to the arrest affidavit the twenty one year old gunmen purchased an assault weapon March sixteenth six days before he allegedly opened fire outside and then inside a boulder supermarket boulder police chief Maris Herold suspect has been identified as Ahmad Alyssa twenty one of our father he has been charged with ten counts of murder in the first degree police sources the family says the suspects suffers from mental illness including delusions the shooting attacks at shoppers scrambling for cover and sent shock waves through the community says governor Jared poll lists real horror and terror for all of us the simple act of of shopping at a grocery store the shooting attack came just ten days after a judge blocked a ban on assault rifles passed by the city of boulder in twenty eighteen I'm Jackie Quinn
Here's What We Know About The Victims Of The Boulder Shooting
"Authorities in Boulder, Colorado, have charged a 21 year old man and a shooting rampage yesterday that left 10 dead, including a police officer. Alleged shooter has been identified as a med Alyssa. He faces 11th degree murder charges and an 11 charge of criminal attempt. Boulder Police chief Maris Herald read the names of the victims at the press conference this morning, Denny Strong 20 years old. Nevin Students Key 23 Ricky Odds 25 Kelowna, but kind of the yak 49 Suzanne Fountain 59. Terry Liker 51. Officer Eric Talley 51. Kevin Mahoney. 61 Len Murray 62 Jody Waters 65 again the Boulder police chief reading the names of the 10 victims of the mass shooting in Boulder, Colorado.
'Heroic' officer among victims in Boulder shooting
"Colorado, You never think you'd be involved with, but I mean, it was just it was just too real and too scared. He was inside the supermarket yesterday when a gunman walked in and opened fire. 10 people were killed, including a boulder police officer who is responding to the scene. A BCS Alex Stone, is there. The motive here is a mystery. Why a gunman now under arrest, walked in with a rifle and began shooting people inside and outside of this King Soopers grocery store now Nine victims of the store were killed along with Boulder police officer Eric Talley, who was the first to arrive on scene and went running in Boulder Police Chief Maris Herro want to say our hearts of this community go out. To the victims of this horrific incident. Today, This grocery store is a giant crime scene, and now police are trying to figure out why the gunmen committed mass murder. Alex
Colorado marks latest mass tragedy after 10 killed
"A shooting at a crowded Colorado supermarket Monday at least ten people dead including a police officer and sent terrorize shoppers and workers scrambling for safety police said the gunman in custody they walked him out of the store shortlist blood dripping down his leg after he opened fire outside and inside the king's super grocery store in boulder whenever the Sloan was shopping with his wife and spoke with KMGH like bang bang bang bang bang I immediately sprinted over to her in the head we have got here well the police chief Maris Herold was heartbroken over another mass shooting in a state that is seen it's share over the years my heart goes out to the victims one was the first officer to arrive on the scene and I am so sorry about the loss of officer tally please won't speculate on a motive this was the seventh mass killing in the U. S. this year I'm Julie Walker
'A Nightmare': 10 people killed in Colorado supermarket shooting
"One official calls it a nightmare as boulder Colorado becomes the scene of the nation's latest mass shooting with ten people killed at a supermarket the victims were found outside and inside the king soopers grocery store boulder police chief Maris Herold fought back tears as she announced one of their own was among the ten victims Sir sorry about the loss of officer tally describing him as her ROIC as he responded to the call of a man with a rifle the ROIC actions of this officer shoppers say they heard gunfire and saw the victims on the ground district attorney Michael Doherty these are people going about their day doing their food shopping and there lies a cut of roughly and tragically short a man was seen being taken away in handcuffs with blood running down his leg this is the seventh mass killing this year alone in the United States the second this month hi Jackie Quinn
'It's a great vaccine': Donald Trump recommends supporters get COVID-19 vaccine as polls show hesitancy
"Former president Trump is telling Americans to get the covert vaccine admitting to Fox News, many of those refusing the shots or his supporters. We have our freedoms, and we have Tonto live by that, but it's a great vaccine. It's a safe vaccine and it Z. Something that works. A recent PBS Maris poll finds almost half of Republican men don't plan on getting the vaccine. The trumps were vaccinated privately before leaving
Officers injured responding to massive party at CU Boulder
"Large party. It's see you last night turned into a riot. Three police officers were hurt. Boulder police Chief Maris Harold says the people responsible We'll be caught. But believe me, we have excellent body. One camera video, the community of sending this video. There will be arrest. There's no word yet on what sparked the riot. Those officers are expected to be
With 'Raya,' Disney has their biggest animated action hero to date — and yes, she's still a princess
"Chang says the new Disney film Riot, and the last Dragon is not just for kids. He calls it a gorgeously animated fantasy adventure with a hopeful message. For this moment, the movie began streaming on Disney plus today. Ryan and the last Dragon is the lovely moving surprise. Its big selling point is that it's the first Disney animated film to feature Southeast Asian characters. Like so many movies that break ground in terms of representation, it tells a story that's actually woven from reassuringly familiar parts. Didn't mind that in the slightest. The movie directed by the Disney veteran Don Hall and the animation newcomer Carlos Lopez. Estrada brings us into a fantasy world that's been beautifully visualized and populated with engaging characters. And it builds to an emotional climax that I'm still thinking about days later. Story is a little complicated as these stories tend to be It takes place in command Ra and enchanted realm inspired by various Southeast Asian cultures and divided into five kingdoms, named after a dragon's body parts heart Thing, spine, Talyn and tail. Before they became extinct centuries ago. Dragons once roamed the land and served as friendly guardians to humanity. Their magic lives on in a Jule called the Dragon Gym, which is kept in a cave in the heart, but the other four kingdoms covet. It's mighty powers. One day all five factions come together and try to reach a peace agreement. But tensions erupt. Ah fight breaks out, and the gem shatters into five pieces that are scattered across come, Andhra. This opens the doorway to an ancient enemy called Bedroom, a terrible plague that turns people to stone. Actually, a hero must rise and save the day. Her name is Ryan. And she's a young warrior princess from heart voiced by the excellent Kelly Marie Tran from Star Wars. The last Jedi. I Ryan manages to escape the drone, though her father, her body whose leader of heart isn't so lucky. Now Ryan must recover the pieces of the Dragon Jim, reverse the damage and banished that room for good. This is the first time we've seen a brave young character embark on a quest for magical bottles. And Ryan and the last Dragon is rooted in traditional fantasy lore with the Lord of the Rings and game of Thrones being just the most obvious influences. Movies, Intense scenes of sword play and hand to hand combat. Give it a tougher, more grown up field and most Disney animated fantasies. My own young daughter had to cover her eyes a few times. Some other recent Disney princesses, including marijuana, and Elsa Ryan has a bold, adventurous streak and isn't all that interested in romance? Unlike them, she doesn't even have time to sing a song. That said the movie still has plenty of lightness and humor. Screenwriters. Quick win and Adele Limb have provided the usual Disney array of cute critters and lively supporting characters. None of them is more colorful than see Soo Ah friendly water Dragon who is magically resurrected during riots journey. She's the last of her kind, and she has a crucial role to play in the story. She's voiced delightfully by Aquafina doing one of her signature chatterbox comedy routines and selling everyone of ceases and naturalistic wisecracks. In one scene, she touches a piece of the dragon Jim and magically Lights up. Which riots sees as a hopeful sign. You were glowing. Oh, thank you. I use Alan Rivers climb. Maintain my know this'd my little sister office magic. I got that glow in your little sister's much jack. Yet. Every dragon has a unique magic. Okay, What's yours? I am a really strong swimmer. Wait, wait, wait, wait, wait. You touch this gym piece, and it gave you powers. You know what this means? Right? I no longer need a night light. What? No, you're still connected to the jumps. Magic, not means you can still use it to save the world. If we can get all the other Jen pieces, you can reassemble it and, well, the drooling away. And bring my bar back and bring all of commander back Ryan and sees his journey takes them toe. All five kingdoms of command ra all of which are so vivid and transporting, I found myself wishing they really existed. More than I could have at least seen them on a proper movie screen. There's the town of talent, which is built at the edge of a river and the desert wasteland of tail where Ryan and See Soo must enter a cave of obstacles straight out of an Indiana Jones adventure. As the two of them search for more dragon Jim pieces. They, of course, pick up a few friends along the way. There's a street smart boy who cooks a mean shrimp Con ji and a toddler pickpocket, whom I found more creepy than cute. The movie's most intriguing character is no Mari arrival. Princess from Fang, who's voiced by Gemma Chan. As a side note. Chan and Aquafina both appeared in crazy rich Asians, which, like this movie was co written by Adele Limb. Mari and Roya used to be friends until the fight over the dragon Jim rip them apart. Now they're bitter enemies, and their emotional dynamic is fierce and complicated in ways that relationships are rarely allowed to be in Children's animated films, especially between women. Contrast, See, Sue is all feel good vibes. She's a dragon, after all, with little understanding of how treacherous humans can be. She doesn't get by riot and the Mari distrust each other so why they can't just set their differences aside and defeat the drone together. It's Caesar's sincerity and purity of heart. That makes the stories finale so unexpectedly stirring, especially now. Our fates are closely bound together. It reminds us as it builds a case for forgiveness, reconciliation and mutual sacrifice. The emotional power of riot and the last dragon sneaks up on you. Its lessons aren't knew exactly, but it makes you feel like you're learning them for the first time. Justin
"mari" Discussed on Good Life Project
"I can get a little will for a moment. Get his thank you jonathan. I so appreciate you. If i were going to think about my my highest purpose on earth my highest calling what i have to offer this earth i i can transcribe. I'd messages from the divine from source from creating a creative mother energy. Whatever whatever you wanna call maybe. A universe guide a higher being. I feel like. I can sit down. And i can right. That's something i can do. And there are times when i feel like i'm hearing something that didn't come from me and i'm just going to write it down and if i believe that that is something that i can do or that. I'm available to do. I gotta have something to say. I've got to get some messages. And i think the place where you're going to get the most messages is in the midst of suffering and because our society doesn't like suffering we put it in certain areas. One of them is a hospital. Another one is a prison. Bear other places where you can find suffering pain death these things that our loves to ignore. But that's one of them. A hospital is one of them. And if i wanna get into the deepest core of life and get these truths and get these messages. So that i can tell either my friend or instagram or a book or whatever. I'm going to have to go there. And so i feel like i'm almost honest. Adventure like digging my way through what life is and in the corvette is paint. What is paying. What's the meaning of paints completely meaningless. What do you do with that. You just sit there. What are And i'm going to figure that out so stay Food to exactly that book is coming all be waiting for that one to arrive as long as this definitive and we live to for sure for sure. Yeah i mean it. Is you know so what's interesting about. That is the same way that we were talking about. There's something in you that that runs to proactively find the joy. There's another part of you. That kind of runs to the darkness to we'll they've really really know it even though you find your way back. It's almost like you're going there with with intention because there's something you need to learn about yourself in the world and you kind of know it when you get it and then you come back to center and then you keep taking these journeys from one place to the other till it till the. I almost wonder whether is there anything in you that wonders. If you're entitled to that joyous romp on the street in the middle of the night in rio if you don't also open yourself to The the darkest alleys of what goes on in the world. And in your life. Yeah that that really resonates. Yeah for sure. I don't know if i personally have experienced what i would. I think a lot of people have which is the more pain you go through the more joy you can experience. I don't know if that's the way that i would frame it for myself. But i do want to be. As present to gain. Is i m to joy and this comes back to my resistance to Choosing happiness in positively. It's like okay. We're we're kinda over correcting there. So so what. Can i do to bring this into balance. And i think intuitively. I know there's something to learn there. And so yeah. I think there is kind of a well if i end going to spend so much time..
"mari" Discussed on Good Life Project
"There's a the sense of loneliness becomes amplified because you don't have your community immediately there and you don't have you're not just immediately fluent in the nuance of the language and how to express yourself even once you start to gain the ability to move your body and but on the other hand i also wondered if there was any sense of relief in those early days in that you could dance with these fierce gremlins without the people who knew who used to be immediately present. That then came back to you once you finally came home. And then you're with your mom baltimore for out but eventually you go back to new york and i almost wondering whether in that early it was like this dueling experience of this is horrible and yet in a weird way. I'm also i have more space. I have more room to be where. I need to be in who i need to be in this moment without having to think about it worry about what eventually those people who knew way were are gonna feel yes. I love that. You ask that. The beautiful question than i certainly relate to that and i don't know if i if i would have come to that alone but in hindsight yes. I'm sure that you now. You travel a lot when you're When you're in another place especially foreign country you're kind of a different version of yourself to begin with you get away with a lot emotionally and a may be mentally that you wouldn't normally In your home you're thinking differently. You're you're already in outsiders so there's a bit of you know anonymity. That's kind of thrilling in. Then you're you already have this kind of built in a we'll i'm i'm different from everybody. Signed might as well just do this different thing or there's something i really like about that When i travel especially alone where i can kind of be a different person for a week already had a of that spain. Mari is very.
"mari" Discussed on Good Life Project
"My guest today is maria andrew and she is what i would call a flood noah. What does that mean well. She kind of navigates. The world in search of moments of discovery wonder serendipity and connection novelty that drops her into those flickering moments of aliveness. It's her muse really. And it's found an expression in the form of beloved illustrations and words on instagram account with a community of more than a million people and her first book. But these last four or five years have also led mari into entire seasons of struggle and reflection and ultimately revelation that has taken over from park benches. In new york's east village to a hospital ward in spain and even random allies in real in her new book my inner sky marsh- share some of these moments from an illness that temporarily paralyzed her in a foreign country to finding home within herself again and really seeing the world. The new. it's a call to spend more time finding greece in the truth of whatever life brings us rather than wishing.
Florida’s Black and Hispanic communities need more COVID vaccines
"Was was among among a a number number of of guests guests who who joined joined in in a a virtual virtual roundtable roundtable discussion discussion about about the the impact impact of of covert covert 19 19 on on black black and and Hispanic Hispanic communities. communities. Palm Palm Beach Beach County County State State Representative Representative Oh Oh Mari Mari Hardy says he's been in touch with the Florida Division of Emergency Management. My message to folks who work in the state is to continue to try to get vaccines into the county specifically for community of color that have had difficulty accessing this for federally supported covert 19 vaccination sites are opening in Florida Wednesday in each will have to mobile satellite sites in Jacksonville. The main hub will be at the Gateway Mall with the mobile sites located at the Hammond Senior Center and normally community center. Other federal mass vaccination sites, including Tampa, Orlando and Miami.
New Covid Vaccination Site to Open at Miami-Dade College, With 2,000 Doses Per Day
"Vaccines vaccines to to come come to to Florida. Florida. This This partnership partnership with with the the White White House House will will take take us us up up to to 4000 4000 Day. Day. That's That's Madeleine Madeleine Poe Poe Mari, Mari, a a good good president president of of Miami Miami Dade Dade College. College. Talking Talking to to NBC NBC six. six. Her Her campus campus will become one of four federally operated vaccination sites in the state, with others in Tampa, Orlando and Jacksonville, each giving 2000 shots a day
"mari" Discussed on Perpetual Traffic by DigitalMarketer
"We're gonna be talking a little bit about facebook's future in some of the things that she seen going on there's a lot happening privacy's sort of a big thing right now which will touch upon but lives video groups all kinds of stuff. What's the biggest thing that you see right now. That's really changing. Facebook that marketers need to know and then maybe we can get into some of the specifics of those things that they need to know. Murray absolutely well you just mentioned privacy and it was just double checking the day and it was march of two thousand nineteen zuckerberg mark zuckerberg kind of like almost like out of the blue is a little unanticipated. He pandas mega manifesto his privacy manifest doom. And everybody's talking about always. The pivot to privacy am own kind of interpretations of why this came about. You know what's the longer term. Play here that sucker. Berg is up to in it was in essence of there was an aspect of it was in response to the potential antitrust is also just getting pushed into like <unk>. Know all the regulation components of i think eventually the whole social media landscape. We'll get regulated. That's inevitable just like radio television newspapers. It's inevitable so that's coming at some point and this is <hes>. Kind of anticipating that in. What's fascinating to watch okay. What is the pivot privacy. Meanwhile they're doubling down on focusing on the three main messaging products that what's out being the biggest one. And then messenger which is really the number one messenger gap into the us. What's up number outside the us. And though they compete with apple i messages is pretty popular around the world and then the third one is instagram dragged in so zuckerberg in that manifesto use this word interoperability numerous times. We're just talking off lying there. Baking together familiar with that. If you're headed by the way my dad was a professional. Baker starlight bake cakes cupcakes stuff. So here's basically baking together. These three main messaging apps are products in essence. So they can kind of like not be in big more difficult so he can stand up there in goal no but no all of our users and our businesses our business. You know advertisers and customers. They have to be able to have these three products together and then but he's not saying out of course what they're seeing public facing which really we can all buy into. It's like hey yeah pun. Intended customer goes to instagram. He's looking year. She's looking at your shop owner. Gosh this item the go they buy it and then they're like but they tend to use what's out for two chatting or managing people and businesses. So they can their customer service. Follow up there asking questions. They can choose which inbox going to land in. What's up is direct or messenger. That's the aspect of interoperability. What's coming to is the ability to actually make those purchases inside any of those three inboxes in get the kind of the follow up. And then you've got that whole aspect of the chat baugh automation continues to be developed. So yes that would be. The main one is really. We were also talking about ecommerce. You know ralph. I know that area you focus on your agency and its ecommerce mobile commerce. you know. it's taken a leaf out of the. The books are the apps of asia's doing predominantly china. There's huge huge apps that entire operating systems inside of one one app. Don't see each being the biggest one of them but i think marketers today really looking towards developing their twenty twenty one plan. If you are in remotely in the world of e-commerce you have something to sell. But my point is there's a distinction here between physical products because that's almost always what facebook instagram ten to differentiate. They bring it all these features and it's shutting up shop earlier this year. The they just call it facebook shop. But it's now kind of streamline so if you have facebook shop it also is sitting right there on instagram and you can integrate with their partners right like shop of finding one of the main ones and so but were they've come right out and said is hey we recognize there are service based businesses and there are digital product based businesses and they're quote unquote working on solutions for all types of businesses. So i'm excited about that. Those those of us do digital product services. Yeah and you kinda started answering the question. That i had mario in terms of you know based on facebook trying to start baking all of these programs together. Have you seen that kind of come together with the programs that they've started in twenty twenty four businesses that are needing help during the pandemic and businesses. Maybe that are not so product centric and maybe more service centric like would have you seen happening with those kind of being a pulled together through the programs that they've started this year. We'll some of the real easy ones that they slipped in earlier in the year was like adding sticker onto instagram stories. Were you could users could recommend their favorite shops. Our local stores stick her in tag. The instagram account. That's made it made a difference to small business. I would hope so also like really trending hashtags hashtag support small business. They also june july of this year really emphasized. Hash is on facebook now. It's a whole other topic. I wrote a blog post about it. Hashtag of thing on facebook since two thousand thirteen so after seven years like okay. Now it'd be a good time to make them relevant on facebook. So i'm recommending to all my clients and students not in audience members is to go ahead and include hashtag support small business singular and plural on practically every post. You do so just adds a real easy simple one but about your question about the baking together. What happened just a couple of months ago. Is that the initial component of that interoperability. Kim with messenger integrate thing with instagram direct. To the point that they changed the dang logo now his do my head and because there's like every logo is all the same kind. I don't know what's happening anywhere. Google did the same thing right. Real visit dead called click up. It's like the same colors. And then i'm like a messenger instagram. Say all these seem like rainbow colors confused a lot of people and so now okay. Now we're not just doing that. light blue on messenger. Instagram and messenger so lots of changes all at once. It definitely does seem like the focus or the push for new products in the last three years on. Facebook has been more geared towards ecommerce dynamic product as and obviously facebook shop. And now you've got this interoperability with shop. It's really interesting. Because the digital the info people service people like. Well wait a second i mean. Obviously small business storefronts. That's always been sort of a mainstay stan. Or you're really involved with a lot of the small business. push that they did for marketing. But it's interesting to hear that digital like these other businesses which we all know and love. Obviously that's like that's how they make their living is going to be a more of a push in the coming years. Which is which is really good news. I think for a lotta listeners. Well it's true because you know we've all been selling online for you know a decade two decades and so wonderful able to have all of these users on their mobile devices and by the way of course. Instagram is one hundred percent mobile. they have the desktop version. But everybody's mobile and then facebook. It's roughly about eighty percent. Eighty five percent that predominantly access facebook on their mobile devices. So the easier. You can make it for the customer whether bbc to just tap tap. Tap bob okay. You know whether impulse purchases or really more thoughtful ones or just even getting into your funnel. Obviously those are. Those are really great in jackson. Re targeting you mention dynamic ads ralph and so you know i think you know some companies are just really good at sitting in your car like amazon. And they're like oh you might like these other twenty. Things would work exceedingly well. I mean it's one of the greatest tools especially for ecommerce
"mari" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Mari tired thinking about the show today we're going to cover two main things in the first hour. Coverted Kenosha. That's it. We're covering in the first hour. We're going to get a little bit into the RNC in the second hour of the program. And we're going to go back to riots statewide Insurrection statewide in the third hour of the program today, But in the first hour the programming talk about co vid And Kenosha. Um, I have Dr Harvey Ridge standing by on the phone. I schedule this a couple of days ago on so we're going to start with covert. Maybe some of you want me to start with Kenosha. We will get to Kenosha. On the program. Presently that is coming up presently. But we're going to start with Cove it because I'm absolutely Privilege to be able to welcome Dr Harvey Rish to my program. He is a professor of epidemiology from Yale University. Some of you may have read his piece in Newsweek. By the way Credit to Newsweek for publishing it where Dr Rish Writes about looking at all of the different studies. On a drug. I talk a lot about hydroxy Claure Quinn. Ah and And counters the media narrative because it is a narrative. It isn't based on science that says Hydroxy. Clara Quinn doesn't work. Dr. Rish Welcome to the program today. Thank you. Pleasure to be with you so The media says. Hydroxy Clark Win doesn't work. The media has painted a picture of this drug cheap drug. As voodoo medicine and even worse than that, In some cases they have painted the picture of this drug is a harmful drug to be taken by people who are who are suffering the effects of Covad 19. So let's start with your review of the actual studies that exists about this drug. And you find what So like what happened, very precise about how you evaluate to study. The problem is that coded 19 disease is at least two very different diseases. It starts with a cold or flu like illness. And then in some people what we call high risk people. Generally, it can transition about day seven or eight to Ah, pneumonia that could become very to be her life threatening hospitalize herbal. Treatment for pneumonia is not the same with the treatment for the flu, and by first, so immediately, you have to distinguish between studies that study the blue type of coal bin and studies that study the pneumonia. So a lot of misinformation that first came out early on in the pandemic was that studies that showed little efficacy by drug Zecora Quint and hospitalized patients were extrapolated. Of the early part of the flu like illness. That's an invalid extrapolation, and then it became apparent by the doctors who are actually out on the frontlines treating coded patients. That not everybody needed to be treated that patients under 8 60 who have no health problems that are there have no diabetes. They're not obese, no cardiovascular disease and so on. Those people by and large, survived the flu like illness fine with no consequences afterwards. So didn't really need to be treated, however. People over 60 or have diabetes, obesity, cardiovascular diseases, Maybe they've recovered from cancer. They have some other reason for immuno compromised that they're on medications. Those are the people who need to be treated. On. Those are the ones who have a much higher risk of developing the pneumonia and being hospitalized and struggling with hospital treatment. So in those people the drug works, then it worked very well. And so if you look at just the studies that deal with high risk patients on treated early in the first five days, say Started in the first five days with hydrochloric went and think and on antibiotic like aces for my sin or Dr Cycling. They all those studies show benefit, and that benefit ranges from at least cutting the risk of hospitalization or mortality of half. Cutting it by well over 95%, depending on the study. And so what happened is that people are just either sloppy and they extrapolated. From studies that looked at lower patients and extrapolated them the high risk patients. Or they intentionally were sloppy. Can and did that. And so what you see is people who cite old. They say there's red than life controlled trials, looking on a drug to cork went out patient that showed no effect, And in fact, those statements are wrong because those studies were done. In low risk patient right people, health care workers who are all under virtually all under 8 60 with you know when they're active and have no major health problems. There's no room for them to do better because they already do better without any medications. Always study showed that exactly so that so when you are going to try to test hydroxy Claure Quinn's effectiveness on a population of people who aren't you aren't at risk of dying, which you're going to find is no difference in people treated with hydroxy Clark wanted people not treated with hydroxy Clark went because there isn't a risk of dying in that population in the first place. From clubs. But in fact you even you even see some indications of benefit even in those people, But because there are so few people who get hospitalized in that group, it's hard for them to be what we call statistically significant numbers or two small Thea other and the other studies were saying wrong population of people. This isn't the drug. You know, the drug isn't meant to deal with people who are Now hospitalized, potentially facing a ventilator situation. It's meant for people in the viral replication stage, right when when you're getting a cold, and you feel like garbage and You are someone in a high risk category. Me ask you this question..
"mari" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership
"There's an electrician working below me in you here I can I I can. I can edit this part of us. No problem yeah. Just don't know how long he's GonNa be there. Let me just see if I can. I should I usually tell him I told him. Yesterday I had a radio radio when you're yesterday. How much time do I need to tell him? I need about twenty minutes. Maybe another five or ten because we're about eighteen minutes Much longer all right. Let me see if I can get him to move. Answer that sorry about that Dutifully unplugged the found in. put The dog away in another room and I forgot about the electricity so guy. I live in a condo and sometimes either alarm alarm will go off to somebody who smoked in the garage shore My neighbor a floor above me. I don't know what they're doing out there but they make all kinds of different sizes so yeah so go ahead and good and continue on to okay so sorry I was starting to say So developing strategic plan. So the when I'm working with organizations once the first things that are really Work with them on is developing a strategic plan for their well being initiatives and this shows that they're making a commitment to this being an important part of their talent management and their employees experienced and by saying that it means that they're going to to apply the resources whether that's the money. The people are buying external resources. Whatever it is and that gives them the ability ability to then execute on that strategy in a way that is going to support their goals and objectives for what they're doing for their workforce in terms of programs each each organization is unique we identify what What are the issues for that workforce? We'd look broadly Lee across an organization. So we've looked not only at the individual health of the workforce but we look at the culture we look at the physical workplace. We look in a lot of different elements that come into play that affect welby because wellbeing is is broad and we use a model. That's based on Gallup Gallup or research in some of the work from the Gallup team that has five elements to it and those are physical which she is they call it phys. I call it energy because it's really feeds our energy for us to be able to function well the financial wellbeing because every As we all know if our financial life is out of whack then our whole life can be out of whack Community in connection as elements of how. You know how we're collaborating. We're we're connecting with people. Both in the workplace and in our community and at the core of it is purpose. So how do we as individuals have a purpose that gets US audited. Every day. That motivates US keeps us going and also what set connection to the purpose in the organization. So we we definitely look. Broadly would say some some of the kinds of things that we're seeing as As issues with our clients generally fall into the areas of sleep has been over the last couple of ears a huge issue. We just don't get enough sleep and the quality in quantity of sleep or sometimes both lacking So being able to support employees and give them resources to help them sleep better which obviously is going to give us more energy industry is actually always pretty much always a big one. Our lives have changed over the last ten years with the introduction of various technologies so that we're constantly tethered to our workplaces are constantly tethered to our homes as well in our families which can also be a source of stress So there's that balance that we we have to find in the way to integrate both those so I would say those are probably in that goes to in some industries in the work that you're doing burnout. We hopefully get to a point of burnout but the stress indicators can sometimes tell us that we need to be working on this now so that we can avoid or not Bahama big fan of being preemptive when it comes to those things and In all of those things you mentioned are so intertwined because if you're stressed when you're in constant work mode or haul mode or dealing with those things it's going to impact your sleep and if you're not sleeping well l. then you're going to be more stressed in his starts feeding the monster and it can spiral out of control lot faster than you would want it a to end at the end of the day you end up getting to this state where your optimum self which means you're not the best you can be for your employer your family yourself yourself. Anyone involved so true so true so working people find out more about you in the work. You're doing well our website. It is called The company name advancing wellness and the website is a D. V. Wellness Dot com also on social media media find me on linked in facebook and on twitter as a D. V. Wellness underscore. US That's awesome and audience. I'll have all that information information on the show notes so Mari thank you so much for being on the show and more importantly being really patient. 'cause we've been trying to lend for. I mean I think it was a teenager. We first started to focus too right. I did I did. Did I had lots of hair and when I started losing I was Kinda confused because I'm like wait a minute. My here was thick. What happened L.? I I know it's called You Know Family Heritage Tich but to another story for another day so thank you again for being on the show. I really appreciate you all the awesome work. You're done angst and you tear. Thanks so much until next time everybody would he be well. Hey It's Michael again. Thank you for listening to the PODCAST. I really appreciate it. Surely many people you're dealing with some significant stress and possibly approaching burn out. I know how you feel in two thousand nine. My burn out led to a year of worst case scenarios. I.
"mari" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"My we have a to the world do not Mari's verbalizing here an increasingly widespread sentiment among the Democrat left in this country what do you want to just con socialists Tommy is I was a bit of a pejorative let's find a call them commies are technically not communists because they don't advocate for revolutionary dictatorship of the Central Committee that is in place of a legislature and eat out as others okay fine and it's not really fair to say that the Democrats are commies but they're getting pretty close definitely socialists but the framing here of the issue that on mortgages very interesting she says that because we're a polluter we have a responsibility to the rest of the world now is anyone going to hold China or India responsible for their polluting of course not but in this country were trouble we are and and I would note that they've conflated CO two with pollution CO two is not a pollutant they've now convinced courts and they've now created this whole line of thinking that she to in excess becomes a pollutant Judy was less than one percent of the atmosphere of this stuff that they are are promoting of with with treating CO two like it's the same as is it in your water is insane and CO two is what plants need for photosynthesis another taken CO two they release oxygen and it on more though is setting the ground work here in this is she's not the only one AOC and many others in the green new deal that they want America to start paying the rest of the world for progress that America has made because of fossil fuels we are supposed to pay environmental reparations the rest of the world this is the beginning of this move environments reparations meeting that we have to subsidize developing countries countries that have not been able to you realize technology industry and and just commercial process sees as effectively as we have to become as wealthy as we are we're going to start sending during take money from you yeah the taxpayer money only comes from you the government has no money only has your money they're gonna start taking that and redistributing it to the world this is a global Marxist screen under speaking out openly another is another thing about the green new deal you not you know that the whistle blower situation is garbage because when you have people like Adam Schiff as your standard bearer that's really all you have to know notice how the green new deal of the members of Congress are promoting it are the further to the left the least economically literate I mean the least understanding of basic economics the least under the least judgment on how to promote growth and prosperity in anaconda the worst judgment I should say and how to do those things those are the members of Congress are the most behind this you have to pay attention and that that matters that's not an accident it's not it's not out of no where the people that are saying let's see the green new deal the people you would least want to hire for your private sector company as any kind of productive employee this is on interesting as well Omar and the imbalance of power dynamic please play are twenty one what Minnesotans know one we all over and now there is all of.
"mari" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"My we have a to the world you on Mari's verbalizing here an increasingly widespread sentiment among the Democrat left in this country when we went we just are calling the socialists comedy is obviously a bit of a pejorative let's find a calm conocer tracking not communists because they don't advocate for revolutionary dictatorship of the Central Committee that is in place of a legislature and it out as others okay fine then it's not really fair to say that the Democrats are commies but they're getting pretty close definitely socialists but the framing here of the issue that on a mortgage is very interesting she says that because we're a polluter we have a responsibility to the rest of the world now is anyone going to hold China or India responsible for their polluting of course not but in this country were trouble we are and and I would note that they've conflated CO two with pollution CO two is not a pollutant they've now convinced courts and they've now created this whole line of thinking that she to in excess becomes a pollutant Judy was less than one percent of the atmosphere of this stuff that they are are promoting of with with treating CO two like it's the same as is it in your water is insane and is your two is what plants need for photosynthesis you know they taken CO two they release oxygen and it on more though is setting the ground work here in this is she's not the only one AOC and many others in the green new deal that they want America to start paying the rest of the world for the progress that America has made because of fossil fuels we are supposed to pay environmental reparations the rest of the world this is the beginning of this move environment reparations meeting that we have to subsidize developing countries countries that have not been able to you realize technology industry and and just commercial process sees as effectively as we have to become as wealthy as we are we're going to start sending they're gonna take money from you you're the taxpayers money only comes from you right there that the government has no money only has your money they're gonna start taking that and redistributing it to the world this is a global Marxist screen and speaking about openly another is another thing about the green your deal you're not even know that the whistle blowers situation is garbage because when you have people like Adam Schiff as your standard bearer that's really all you have to know notice how the green new deal of the members of Congress are promoting it are the further to the left the least economically literate I mean the least understanding of basic economics the least under the least judgment on how to promote growth and prosperity in anaconda the worst judgment I should say and how to do those things those are the members of Congress or the most behind it you have to pay attention and that that matters that's not an accident it's not it's not out of no where the people that are saying let's do the green new deal the people you would least want to hire for your private sector company as any kind of productive employee I thought this is on interesting as well Omar and the imbalance of power dynamic please play a twenty one no it is one we all over and now there is all of them but the ability to wield power over somebody else is not always a function of gender or race or sexual orientation this with the left doesn't seem to understand that is in fact often people running a government apparatus you look and sound and speak very much the same way as the people they are oppressing that that can happen to the problem is actually the mechanism of government power that violates individual rights individual dignity that's where a lot of pressure comes from but she was giving you essentially a a working definition of intersection alley which has become on yet another obsession on the left intersection malady is the basis for so much of the far left thinking on issues ranging from climate to health care to really everything and it just means that they view and whatever the issue is I can never just be what's good for people it's always what does this mean for this group what does it mean for that group who is being elevated who is being suppressed it's a dizzying and ultimately five just worthless exercise but that is what they want to do with every government policy put it in the framework of intersection out a box section thanks for listening to the Buck Sexton show on talk radio six eight WCDMA.