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Moderna Says COVID-19 Vaccine Protection Wanes, Makes Case for Booster
"Maderna's case for a covert nineteen booster shots. It's vaccine protection wayne's by thirty six percent after twelve months. According to a new study by alice park studies from cova nineteen vaccine makers and public health officials have been suggesting for awhile that protection provided by the vaccine wanes over time and a new study published on september fifteenth to a pre print server. The study is not yet. Peer reviewed researchers at medina which makes one of the two are in a covert nineteen vaccines. The other is from pfizer. Biotech report that people vaccinated within the last eight months had thirty six percent fewer breakthrough infections. The knows who were vaccinated a year ago that suggests vaccine induced. Immunity is likely highest shortly after people get their recommended two doses of the vaccine and starts to drop afterward. The modern vaccine received emergency use authorization from the us food and drug administration in december twenty twenty the fda currently reviewing the company's request for full approval aldershot.
"medina" Discussed on Just a Tip with Megan Batoon
"Episode of just a tip the podcasts equally about its tangents as it is about. It's tips. I'm your host meghan tune and today we have certified life coach businesswoman and manifester christina medina on we talk about manifesting dreams getting out of the hustle and bustle mindset and in alignment with yourself. Especially if like me you have fallen off the spiritual trained and need a little nudge back on and maintaining your personal energy in a world where chaos is being thrown around in every direction. You look without further do enjoy. I spent all day looking at your stuff and listening to so many of your podcasts. And i'm so happy that i like really dove in because i've been feeling not connected to my spirituality and i'm so excited to have you on because i know so. Many listeners of mine are dreamers in creators. And we're all trying to figure it out altogether. And so i think they are gonna love to hear from you thank you yeah i feel like the best way to figure it out. It's together so i i I'm also a dreamer and created of and Just love to show that kind of energy just that kind of inspiration that we all are creators to know creators of the life that we want totally right so you do so many things in your practice and manifestation is one of the biggest modalities And i'm interested. How did you get involved with your spirituality. Have you always been spiritual ordered something happen. I have always been. I've always been spiritual in creative just as a child. Like i was like the loaner creative child but i also had like this highly talkative self as while you know and love to connect with people and so i feel that i was. I was always connected to this. What i call like by inner guide Since childhood any time. I had a issue or really needed to make a decision. I knew to go in my bedroom. And just be quiet. And i knew that if if i really wanted the answer the answer would come to me so i think in in that respect i was spiritual but i had to go through a pretty long dark night of the soul to get okay to get there so before before. You realize that you needed to do that. It wasn't inherent to not trust your gut or or did you always have in going through a long phase of you know when i was a child and again like many of us as children were very intuitive. And we're very connected to that and through circumstances and things like people places and things happen to us it kind of can cut us off or make us doubt that or on. We're not allowed to trust that as maybe were fearful of being like the bad child or something like that and so we don't want to speak out against something I grew up in a situation where it was You know i had narcissistic mother who went through a lot of abuse in her own childhood and so that kind of bled into my childhood. And so i spent a lot of my time around the elders in my family who suffered from alcoholism..
R. Kelly Accuser Testifies That Singer Once Said He Liked 'Young Girls'
"Well we've been following this. Are kelly child. That's taking place in brooklyn and let me tell you this one. It was a third woman who testify. She's now thirty nine years old but she said that she was abused sexually. Abused are kelly when she was seventeen. See also said our. Kelly told her and two other people. He should be allowed to have sex with a very young girls because he is a genius. He mentioned that he liked young girls. And that people make such a big deal out of it. Even look at jerry lewis. That's what she testified that he said. And that's jerry. Lewis is the one who married his thirteen year old cousin. He's a rock and roll singer. She said he's a genius and medina's we should be allowed to do whatever we want. Look at what we give the world. That was kelly's explanation To this groceries going by the name stephanie. While she's on the stand she told the court that she first encountered r kelly when she was sixteen at the rock and roll. Mcdonald's is chicago back in ninety eight. She was with her boyfriend best friend. Our best friend's boyfriend. An employee of r kelly gave her a slip of paper with his number on it. Even though she said she was sixteen he said r. Kelly wants you to call him. She said she had no intention of doing that. Throughout his number but the following summer she was working at a hotel and she heard he was making an appearance at a nike store around the corner. Her best friend was an aspiring singer. So she thought that she could introduce it to them and it would help her career. She said she ran into him as he was exiting the store they started talking and a week later. They had their first sexual encounter while she was seventeen. She said she went to a studio and they had sex after she waited a few hours to even speak to him. She said that she had low self esteem at the time of their meeting and she had already experienced sexual trauma from a family member and from a former boss. She said it was a hard time her life. She says he did keep seeing him and he was either very nice charming or he was very controlling and intimidating. She said the sex was humiliating. Control everything instructing her and how she should mon even and then he would. I don't even know if i could say this on the radio so i won't say that part. But she said she would leave feeling disgusted and less than and that he would make her assume a specific sex position. Then leave the room and make her hold it for hours and he would yell at her if she moved
What You Need to Know About COVID-19 Vaccine Booster Shots
"For every every delta. Get a booster shot eight months after. Got your second shot or make you safer and for longer. No some world leaders who say america shouldn't get third shot until other countries got their first show. i disagree. We can take care of america and helped world too same time. President biden discussing the plan for booster shots for american starting in september. The recommendation comes as the us recorded. More than one hundred sixty three thousand new cova cases thursday the highest in nearly seven months. But the pace of vaccinations is also increasing over a million doses. Were ordered administered on friday sixty percent of all eligible fully vaccinated for more. Let's bring in the surgeon general. Dr vivek murthy. Good morning to you. Dr those pfizer and medina booster shots will become available the week of september twentieth. Walk us through. What americans should know about that and what to do well. Thanks martha eat. There are several things that americans should know about the booster announcement. We recently made number one. Is that the vaccines are continuing to work. Remarkably well for preventing people from ending up in the hospital and they're saving lives. So that's the reason we are not recommending boosters today but we are seeing is a decline in the protection against mild to moderate disease. And we're anticipating there may be an erosion in that important protection that we're seeing today down the line and that's why they stay ahead of this virus were recommending. The people start to get boosters. A week of september twenty they will start with people on their eight month anniversary following their second shot and by necessity that will end up prioritizing. Those who are at highest risk including long-term healthcare workers Long term care facility residents rather healthcare workers as well as the
3 Officers Wounded in Shootout in Albuquerque
"Three Albuquerque Police officers were shot on another was injured while responding to a robbery. Police chief Harold Medina says one of the officers was hit in the chest above his vest and is in critical condition. One officer was shot in the arm while another was saved by his bullet proof vest. The fourth officer was injured by shrapnel or
Clay Clark: The COVID-19 Vaccine Is the Mark of the Beast
"John from the island of patmos. John was exiled on the island of patmos and he wrote down. These words from revelation chapter thirteen versus sixteen to eighteen. Please do not believe me. Everybody read this. Look it up yourself. It says any it causes all both small and great rich and poor freen bond to receive a mark in their right hand or in their forehead. That no man. My buyer sells said that he had the mark with the name of the beast or the number of his name. Here's the wisdom. Let him that half the understanding count. The number of the beast for it is the number of a man and his number is six hundred three score and six. So that is the word corona. I think it has donald wilson reagan. Six letters each name but wait a second. So you're saying that. What is the mark of the. That is the bbc again. I know there are a lot of people are tuning out because this is difficult to take in but it's our go ahead inside the shot. There's a technology called s one. Oh two ca. There's three different shots all the shots. Look up the shots. sim one. Oh tuesday technology. S what is to m dash one to look it up and duck duck. Oh and s to also has an sm not as a technology called lucifer. Race l. c. i. f. e. r. I know that that's true. Go ahead so anyway. When you look up graphing oxide which is in the medina shots and other shots graphing oxide and lucifer rayson. Sm one zero two and the patent number bill gates has and you say well who developed the shots. Well bill gates the big vaccine king. He has a spiritual adviser by the name of marina abramovich. That's who we featured during his easter commercial last year and marina. abramovich is a satan-worshipping spirit cooker. Duck duck not that. There's anything wrong with that. We don't judge are you can't wait a minute. Clay come on. Come on this is to we. We can't raise through this. You just made a statement. That's like
Job-Hunters, Have You Posted Your Resume on TikTok?
"Job applicants going forward, calling all recruiters. These are the reasons why you should hire me. That's right. Resumes Harv making their way. To tick talk. That's right. It's a new trend Taking over the nation. The world tick talkers everywhere are trying to get jobs via the app. They're basically taking what they would have put on a piece of paper and saying it throughout 1 to 2 minute videos of them on tic tac dough, and let me tell you something. Some of them are correct, quite creative, including one from clearly Roberts, a student at Brigham Young University in Utah. She's 23. She said She was inspired by Elle Woods. Little montage in the movie Legally Blonde that basically was her like You know her tape. I don't if you've seen legally blonde, Shane, Have you seen it? Oh, yeah. You know, it's kind of my ultra persona actually is I like to pretend I'm in legally blonde? I really have a long haired blond attorney. Yeah, I'm sure I'd like to do when I go home at night. Yeah, I'm sure that works Well, anyway, so give a little look there. Uh, let me tell you something. She she was inspired by illegally blondes, Hollywood's and decided to put together her own version on Tiktok. Oh, hi. My name is Kelly Roberts. And for my marketing internship application. I'm going to tell all of you and take talk Why I would make an amazing injury. So I'm going to stop it there to avoid the cringe iness of the rest of the video. As it doesn't meet FCC standards. If you go beyond those first five seconds, this has become a trend, and it's worked for some people, including Christian Medina, who said he's an aspiring product manager who's gotten six different job leads since posting a tiktok video last month seeking a product management role. Yeah, six in just the last month, so it's working for some people. Now that being said,
Judge nullifies horse trainer Bob Baffert's NY suspension
"A New York federal judges nullified the suspension of horse trainer Bob Baffert in the state the Brooklyn judge found that the New York racing association acted unconstitutionally by failing to let Baffert adequately respond to claims made against him after his Kentucky Derby winner Medina spirit failed the post race drug test in her written ruling the judge said of Pompeo suspension hearing where Baffert could refute the claims was required to meet constitutional muster Baffert's attorney in the case says the ruling confirms that there was an improper rush to judgment and that Baffert was treated unfairly I'm Dave Ferrie
Curevac’s Covid-19 Vaccine Disappoints in Clinical Trial
"All right. Let's kick off the podcast with a kind of a dish on the week's news and we should definitely start with cure vac Meg what happened to curevac co vaccine. Yes this was hugely surprising wednesday afternoon. The news came of the company's results from their late stage. Clinical trial of forty thousand participants of another rene vaccine and of course with the success of madeira advisor. The expectations were very high that the efficacy would be very strong and it was forty seven percent now. The company cited a large number of variants. That were in the trial though. Wasn't clear the exact impact of those various on the efficacy. And there's some speculation that it could be the differences in the vaccine from modernize and visor biotechs damian. You looked into this pretty deeply. Yes so not all. Mr nays are created. I shouldn't say equally the same so pfizer and medina both use an approach to work in a tiny modification that is meant to basically avoid the immune system from attacking the marnie strand that you insert curevac used an unmodified marnie for its vaccine and the company's reasoning was you know for an mri therapeutic. Yes sure you'd want to avoid an immune system reaction but for a vaccine an immune system reaction is kind of the name of the game and so that was kind of their thesis going into it but as a result of using the unmodified marnie. They used a smaller dose than pfizer. Madrid Which most likely was to avoid any kind of too much of an immune reaction and so a lot of people. Curevac didn't say this and they haven't provided really enough detail on the data in question for us to really dig in but there is a theory going around out there that enserch of this kind of goldilocks dose of this unmodified. Marta they might have had simply too weak of a vaccine to get the kind of efficacy numbers that we've seen from the pfizer vaccines.
Belmont Stakes Races on Without Baffert
"In the Triple Crown is today. The Belmont Stakes is being run in New York with a cloud hanging over horse racing. Earlier this week, Churchill Down suspended trainer Bob Baffert for two years. Following the confirmation of a positive drug tests for Kentucky Derby winner Medina Spirit.
Baffert Suspended 2 Years After Medina Spirit Drug Test Confirmed
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting trainer Bob Baffert is suspended for two years after Medina spirits failed post Kentucky Derby drug test is confirmed Churchill Downs has suspended veteran trainer Bob Baffert for two years after a second test confirmed the presence of a banned steroid in Kentucky Derby winner Medina spirit system Baffert is barred from entering any horses in the Kentucky Derby or other races at Churchill Downs through the spring of twenty twenty three additionally Churchill Downs says it reserves the right to extend Baffert suspension if he runs afoul of rules in other states Baffert has had five violations in the past thirteen months the Kentucky horse racing commission's investigation is ongoing and with visa spirits Kentucky Derby win could still be stripped if that happens runner up mandolin would be elevated as the winner of the may first Kentucky Derby hi Mike Rossio
Kentucky Derby Winner Medina Spirit's Failed Drug Test Is Confirmed
"Winner Medina Spirit may have to surrender is title after failing the second drug test. The New York Times reporting the horse was found to have had in the illegal amount of a drug used to reduce pain and swelling that test coming after the initial positive test post derby. The lawyer for the horse's ownership, telling the Times he's hopeful further tests will reveal the positive is due to other factors such as cross contamination. If Medina spirit is disqualified, it would only be the second time in the 147 year history. The Derby, a horse has been disqualified due to a drug test.
Bibi, Its Cold Outside: Israel's Improbable Coalition
"Political rivals of benjamin netanyahu appear to be closing in on a deal that would end his reign. As israel's longest serving prime minister roadshow chamois with slaley whole elliott be done yesterday. Opposition leader yahya low-paid announced that in a week the state of israel can be in a different era. His is one of group of parties attempting to form a coalition. That would remove mr netanyahu from power. Mister lobbied a unity government means dominica's show at the prime minister in such a coalition. Would to begin with b. Neftali bennett a former aide to mr netanyahu who now leads his own right-wing party cadila kim shelat the partnership would rescue israel from a tailspin. Be medina massey arranging a workable. Coalition will be a challenge. The parties have fundamentally conflicting ideologies. Another obstacle mr netanyahu alf who warned in his own press conference on sunday that such a government would be a threat to israel's security fillets move fellas all after four elections in two years. Political stability is long overdue in israel but a convoluted effort simply to unseat. Mr netanyahu might not be enough to get there
Iran's Presidential Candidate Slate Leans Heavily Toward Hard-Liners
"Government has approved the final list of candidates for that country's presidential elections. Voting day is coming right up June 18th. Iran has a very short campaign period. Now the slate is seven approved candidates. It gives the upper hand too hard liners and this election could have an impact on relations between Iran and the U. S. And whether negotiations resume on the 2015 nuclear deal. There are ongoing indirect talks in Vienna focused on restoring the talks over the deal. That now former President Trump withdrew from NPR's Peter Kenyon is tracking all of this from Istanbul. Who, Peter Hi, Mary. Louise. Okay, So how does it work in Iran? How did they get down to these seven candidates? Well, you know, it's pretty wide open when it comes to who can sign up who can register to run for president in Iran, and this year, nearly 600 people took the opportunity to sign up. But there is this group. It's called The Guardian Council. It's got 12 members, six of them appointed by the Supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, and that counsel is in charge of vetting the candidates. The criteria have never really been explained. But this year, the council eliminated all but seven of those several 100 presidential hopefuls. And I guess we should note that the incumbent Hassan Rouhani, he's finishing his second term term limited. He's not eligible to run this year. Okay, So who made the cut who got weeded out? Well, a former President Mahmoud a. Medina Jod was rejected again. He's becoming known as a perennial candidate. To no one's surprise. The early hardline favorite Abraham racy, was approved. He's a conservative cleric head of the Iran's judiciary. He ran against her honey and 2013 and lost. He's been linked to The infamous so called death panel that in 1988 sent thousands of political prisoners to their death s O. That's the front runner, and there are six other candidates, including the former nuclear negotiator, a central bank governor. But analysts say no one although there's some prominent names in there, no one looks likely to defeat right, you see, unless there's a surprise During this very short campaign,
Women in Science: Pursuing a Career in Nursing
"So tell us a little bit more about you so we know about your earners so tell us a little bit more about who you are and how you got into nurse and why why give me wanting to that career path. I'm a registered nurse. I work out of inner ear. Edmonson alexander hospital. I have been there poor working with each s health services for going to be twelve years now so i i got into nursing initially So i started working on a home. I realized that. I like the kid. I was provided. Further patients their clients. They're in a community and so my was actually my mom. My mother who thought that passion in me and encouraged me to get into nursing. I i sent buddy was insane. I didn't think that i would stat compassionate out you know a others. They always see things that yes necessarily seek out true. So she saw it. Encouraged its end side went on and Went to school for to become an. Lpn i the lpn. Basically is a licensed practical nurse. You go to school for two years here in medina or in canada mostly two years. It will differ from province to province. I worked as a practical nurse for about ten years techno eleven years. Yeah i was. I worked in the medicine general medicine. This is a word that basically you see everything across the nursing spectrum.
Bob Baffert Suspended From Entering Horses in Belmont Stakes
"During the pandemic. Well, New York horse racing officials, Airbending trainer Bob Baffert from entering Kentucky Derby winner Medina Spirit and the Belmont Stakes. They're also banning any of his horses at Belmont Park or at Saratoga Racecourse is summer. The New York Racing Association said it based its decision on the investigation and the Medina
Bob Baffert Suspended From Entering Horses in Belmont Stakes
"Will not even be allowed to run in the third leg of the Triple Crown, The Belmont. Dina Spirits trainer bomb Baffert has been suspended in New York pending results of drug tests following the Kentucky Derby reporter Steve Futterman says the Medina spirit tested positive for a banned steroid. Its third place finish in the Preakness means no Triple Crown winner this year. Hundreds of homes flood around like Charles, Louisiana, being hit by two hurricanes and ice storm and a
Bob Baffert, Trainer of Kentucky Derby Winner Medina Spirit, Suspended From Entering Belmont Stakes
"Baffert has been temporarily suspended from entering horses in New York. Pending a medication inquiry from the Kentucky Derby winner Medina Spirit, tested positive for steroids and post race testing and ran the Preakness on Saturday. New York is home to the Belmont Stakes
Bob Baffert Suspended From Entering Horses in Belmont Stakes
"Trainer Bob Baffert has been temporarily suspended from entering horses in New York. Pending a medication inquiry from the Kentucky Derby winner Medina Spirit, tested positive for steroids and post race testing and ran the Preakness on Saturday. New York is home to the Belmont
"medina" Discussed on ESPN Daily
"Matt i know very little about horse racing so i'm so glad you're joining me today. Thank you. I appreciate kamya. Matt hegarty is covered horse for more than twenty years and he reports on the macintosh industry for the daily racing form. So i know that the preakness is tomorrow matt. I know that it's the second race into the triple crown. And i know that medina the horse that won the kentucky derby tested positive in a drug test after that win but before you walk us through exactly what happened there. How would you describe the drama in the sport that you cover right now. This is pretty unprecedented. We haven't had a derby positive in horse racing since nineteen sixty sixty when you start talking about drugs in horse racing it. It aims it up to the next level you know we've had drug positives and being debated in the past the the most important ones that have happened in acid involved. in the same trainer bob baffert. This is a continuation of a pattern. And i think. That's what's causing a lot of the uproar that this wasn't a trainer who got caught up in some sort of mix up with therapeutic medication. It's trainer who is at the top of the game hall of fame member. A person who has one more derbies eighty percent history as long as on stands and he has a pattern of being sloppy in his barn operations. And it's hard to believe that you could be sloppy going into the most important race on the calendar.
"medina" Discussed on A Beautiful Mess Podcast
"Okay. So I had a chance to catch up with Medina Grillo. Author of home sweet rented home and she shared some really great tips. So I'm excited for you all to hear the interview now. So I just read your book home sweet rented home and it struck me as I was reading it how beautiful and fully decorated all the spaces were you know not spar didn't feel like it was just moved in it was like Bam. So I was curious if you had any tips for what are the first things you do when you start renting a space to make it feel like home. So I always say the best thing to do is live in that space for a couple of weeks just get to have a feel for the space where you stop decorating because what you don't want to be doing is going into stops in just blind things for the sake of it. So we say it's a good idea to you know think about the how you're gonNA eat how you can utilize it as much as possible in England, our houses are Bake I mean unless you earn lots of money. So you have to kind of like be really clever with how hugh spaces. I would say start with soft burnishing the best way to create a home and cushioned rocks changing cotton's. That's the best way to inject. Into space and also it's like you don't have to commit so much like pool paying a bit more commitment maybe using rugs and cushions and surveys and stuff like that that you away putting your own stamp onto a space I used to always use white curtains they just started using colored curtains it real. Yeah. Really helped a lot. I'm excited about it. Yeah. It really does like give the room seeing right away. Yeah I love I. Love Patent I liked to have if you have like a bolt collude in your living room, then you have passing colors really just helps to give that hope space a lovely by a big fan Love it I thought it would be fun to go through three different categories of things that kind of like problem areas in. And what are like some fun ideas? So the three categories are kitchen, flooring and walls. So let's start with kitchen. A lot of rentals have kind of unfortunate kitchen or kitchen that's not your style yet the biggest thing I would say in a kitchen is. You know you have like cabinets on the walls, how many unattractive doors I would just my biggest hit would be just to remove the doors completely. Oh. That gives yeah. That gives you like a luckily open plan. Kitchen you can. You can actually add collapsed the kitchen by displaying already pre like this schwerin cutlery. and. What you can do the doors that you can you not put up with them aside with this squares hinges, and then once a landlord once you move out, you can put them back. My biggest thing would definitely be a kitchen, remove the doors. Also, simple things like if you don't remove your some people not fan of open plan shelving. Handfuls of your actual thing, you call them hardware hold. You can change out to match or Stolid at more. We disagree. And different different. Yeah different handles of Ebay or online. There's so many different choices that would be my biggest thing kitchen. Also I know people have. Because I know I did like with the tall in my kitchen really not mice so. You can do like rushing atolls up by using my pen, just even make them. I screening meeting me too easy to do. A Few Yeah Yeah, it also makes a difference. It really does yeah, I think that's just so so many people part of the market for renters so that you can just get really creative now if you have how you decorate your. He was doing things that aren't many causing damage. Yeah I loved in your book how you had the removable Wallpaper as back splash. That was a really good idea because a lot of I don't know like, what would you call it like? Construction grade houses don't have back splashes like don't have any tile there. It just has the little lip at the counter in the nets it so that is a really genius idea for adding color personality I love removable. wallpaper. Do Yeah and it's easy to clean as well which is great. Oh Yeah. Because it's really Weipa Ball. Okay. The next one is flooring luring so I have done. This is so crazy but I actually will pay my floor. Okay, tell me everything. So basically, there's two ways to do it. You can do traditional with no sticky back. I've done I've done both ways to the first way would be just getting contact paper or. Paper and pasting onto your flow. Obviously a work whose any damage you can put it about fluff laminate floor and you can put over liner flooring. Could put it over and slow tells as well. But you have to take into account the grout, England floor tiles but it worked wonders I had in my entrance for two years. It was a great temporary solution I couldn't afford to get any flow molyneaux wasn't really happy to change deploying completely. So it was a great great option. So yes, I would definitely say if he can will pay the of flu. I have a great detail, my plot, and how did it where over time in wed? Really well. I. I. have. A video about what went wrong on what did it but I think my biggest advising gift to anybody who flow is not to go from really light colors. So I went into a white patent. Todd Affect. So he did. Have a little bit of wear wear and tear in the coroner's like ride. Put things on that. But as a whole I think he did really well because I put and knows of coats alabam holly on top. So it really interesting. I really. It was really good idea and then it just pulled up in the end. Yeah. No damage to the floor underneath it was. I have never heard anything like this. You just blew my mind as a great idea. Yeah because the pattern floor, a trendy pattern floor is so stunning. But yeah, definitely not something you can just do in any space makes perfect says that's. Okay. So what do you think for walls? So, rules So I I only suggest if you've got like a really empty wall, maybe gallery will be a great way to brighten up at space and just to spaeth things you know that are that show your stall and there's like not only within any or gallery was it's just about what you like what works in space so you can use like self adhesive strips to get him on the damage to will. Arrange it how you want like St Metro asymmetrically..
"medina" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe
"Has to offer. Off The vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe. I've a little prediction game to play with you. Let's. I feel like somebody's 'cause I honestly wanted to know what you thought about the pandemic win it would ask so do you see any celebrity breakups happening anytime soon? James like anybody in mind anybody in particular I did one for Cosmo I'm not tooting my own horn but like these things came into prediction at yeah relate. Yeah I did yeah. I did who was it that broke up on pod was recently Start. socking you on instagram right now. But Anybody in mind like like the relationship gender, Stansell Nimble goes on behind the scenes at some of these things are arranged. They have limit before the before the break up here but yet anybody in particular that I. The only thing that I keep predicting I feel Haley Bieber's pregnant right now I hope I i. Hope So. You know what I was thinking that same thing too I. Honestly. For for all the crap that kid gets your I honestly think that she's good energy for him. Yeah. I. I think that he can I think that she allows him to feel safe because he's a pisces some something he's a bit of a crybaby likes dish it out but can't take it back here and I feel like she kind of holds them accountable for stuff and I think that she I think that she's I. Hope She is A. Yeah I would be so sad if they broke up. Yeah I. Don't know I just was like I don't know who I would predict breakup I'm just wondering if you like have thought of any are predicted any like that are coming up. No I haven't I haven't really put any much I haven't put much thought into it here a lot of what I see here's a lot of people coming out that are being again I don't WanNa get I don't WanNa get too much gets which proper this group but a lot of things that are coming out about people's past being exposed your celebrities again I don't WanNa go down the pedophilia out the whole Hollywood scandal but a lot of things. Yeah might your? May Be. Prediction for this pandemic here is understand something. My love everybody is so worried about obviously losing their jobs, your everything's unpredictable but the cards have not been shuffled. They have not been laid out to see. We're all we're all GonNa land your I'm telling you right now a lot of people that were up here. This is not being mean or it's not being negative your are. GonNa fall because they can't take the pressure meet, which means the people that work waiting next in line are going to be up here. So right now it's a good time for everybody if they wanted to get their shifting other, really come out swinging. That's what I predict as far as like people be people that we know we care about people that are on top your we're GonNa see them. Circuit go down not I'm not doing that we negative here. It's just. Now, I don't see that as negative Do you think. There's been confirmation of those by government officials dc any interaction with your calls or alliens coming Yes for sure that that William? Cooper, let me tell you something I open. That William Cooper Guy I'm not kidding you so crazy. He brought aliens to my house. I am not hitting I woke up I'll tell you this really quick here. I. Can tell the energy.
"medina" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe
"I know this probably a question you get asked often you're probably like shut up Caitlyn, but I am genuinely curious like. How do you explain like not being able to predict like lottery numbers? That's Here so Hokey, it's I mean I. It is so Hokey it's personal gain. That's what I cannot read my. So I tell everybody Jesus, if I if I was if I was able to let go here in really really use my ability for what it is IBM air yeah yeah, I mean I can predict everything under the sun when it comes to like political stuff when it comes to world stuff here but again, lottery numbers, things like that. nope. I gotTA stand in line just like. Week, you see an end for the corona virus. Buckle up. It's GonNa be wild. It's going to be wild up until probably the mid of two, thousand, twenty one here. It's going to be the pandemic. It's going to be also a lot of political stuff going on here. I. Don't want to go too far into what I've been threatened before people called me emailed me told me to keep my mouth shut I. Don't know if you know who William Cooper is William. Cooper was a conspiracy theorist I didn't know who was to visit me back in two thousand seven. He told me all this was gonNA happen he was so insistent it was like Whoopi Goldberg and Patrick swayze in Ghost he would wake me up and start you. Would call me an idiot he would call me lazy. He would say get your shit together cannot believe that that they had me talking to you in your soul lays and also I was asleep he said get a notebook pen and then when I got it, he got mad because I was writing thousand get a recorder in speak into it as soon as you wake up and also all right and he told me all of us of the pandemic. Elections things that were going on in China all these all these things here and did not find out who he was until two, thousand twelve a friend of mine was like I know exactly who the person that came to us. They were like bogut this book and also what is it? They're all tall behold a pale horse. Do. You know how that book I was living in Oregon at the time that was locked up behind a glass a glass case there they had to carry it down there for me. I felt like I was being watched as soon as I opened that book in and I found out who the person was a youtube heard his voice and I was like that's the guy that came into me. Yeah. Hot Jamil. What, what else? Like. Tell me every gang. Twenty one will ever like. I don't know like. I guess it's. To be longer than twenty twenty one. But are they gonna like the vaccine at what is GonNa Happen I? Don't even know I mean I don't WanNa over share but I don't even know if that vaccine is something that we're gonNA WANNA. Take. What I see, you're not trying to be shady or anything like that. But I feel like this is gonna I feel like we're going to see a little bit more things ever GonNa go back to normal here. You have to understand something even if they were to tell US okay here's A..
"medina" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe
"It's the guy that was the original office. The British. Ricky, Gervais. Ya and he's able to like speak to all these spirits and they're all just a ton of spirits that are like, Hey, I need closure with my wife Patti closer with my son. And he's just like he can't sleep like every time he's trying to sleep. They're all like, Hey, like there's like thirty. Watching unsolved mysteries, forensic files yes. Because I had this won't come through and he was like I'm sorry to bother you. But can you help me my family's been looking for the last two years I disappeared in Peru and I was like Ugh you don't like. I'd love nothing more than to have it.
"medina" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe
"I always tell people here's the thing I I have no problem giving pass like readings or futuristic type readings I always start marines. I will tell you, I'm going to spend the first couple minutes going in and give you what giving you, what my guys are giving me to give directly because it's something that only you would know and that's personal to you in that within that, it's what's blocking you right now in the space and time let's be realistic here because you're you're very down to earth person how can we have a positive future or or appreciate what the future brings to us if we're not in that space right now? We're going to overlook it. We're not gonNA appreciate it for what it is. You're feeling dipping into the past life which I'm going to do this a little bit with you don't want WanNa spend on a here. This this which brings me to amy is that people will go back. They go to these past life regressions to get readings on what good is that do? How can we fix our pass like that? That's not who We are anymore what good is it your here in this time and space with new bodies, not new soles but new bodies in new experiences to go through it doesn't matter acknowledged it in move on your. So with unique when it comes to any I, feel like with you and in in a in the recent past life here, I think that you spend so much time with your family or people that that you took care of. that. Were that I feel like you act like you still have the same talent because when I think about you as a little girl, I think as being ahead of your time as a kid is something till where you're probably you, you probably were an old soul in this lifetime or people are Kinda like that. She's so smart for her age or she. So she perceptive stuff I think that bleeds in from the past like. You're into this light because in some way shape or form your your mission or your lesson in this lifetime here it's not that you can have friends of you can have family your, but this is all about Caitlin. This is all about her as an individual, her achievements, her accomplishments, what I bring to the table I, brought it to the table in my past lives but wasn't able to utilize because I was responsible for everybody else. You. Go ahead. Let that's great i. also always have this feeling that in a past life I'd I'd really young. That's why that's why. Again that's why in this lifetime here you look look at how you started off. You started off really fast in this lifetime everything happen to at a very young age. So go when when I read your when I read your picture, the first thing, my guides, a total was this person here needs to be present I'm not saying that you're always thinking about the pasture, but I think you're very, you're very practical, very logical here. In feelings consecutive you're mine comes first you get you start thinking about seven then you then you then you go to how do I feel or what am I getting here so right away again, it's mental with you. So in this lifetime here when they're telling me about you know taking it easy and this isn't so much admire the fruits of your labor or Likud worked so hard for it's making sure that Kaitlyn feels on the inside here. Is that makes sense like like lowering your defenses lowering your guard here. Let me tell you something. I. Don't Care What any other psychic tells you. I don't care I don't care if they come out here and they tell you. Oh, we'll Caitlyn the reason why you are. The way they are is because you got lifetime of trauma or Karmic intercepts that's blocking you. There's nothing blocking you..
"medina" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe
"How did you go from three years old with these raw abilities to do that to have the confidence to turn it into a career because you were working throughout your twenty s at. A different job, but what gives you the confidence to just fully do this the it's a long story will all summit overly pass I had suffered from asthma as a child from the age of two all the way up until I was twelve years old and finally got under control I was in and out of the hospital living plastic bubbles I remember waking up my great grandfather would be sitting there and I remember this is yet to understanding I'm so young that I'm sitting there in this bubble that I can hoped beyond beyond belief your with needles and steroids and all this. Stuff. I told my guides because I can hear the popular words top he was talking to we're talking telling me that everything's GonNa be okay and I said, no, I just WanNa die I was like I'm tired just in they said, no no no, you're not gonna die everything's GonNa be okay. You're here for a different reason we will let you know when that when that time comes until then go to sleep get better inst- in rests bottom line there, and so I went through all my childhood, my preteens my teenage years all the way up until I was in my mid twenties with. With this ability here, but I was using it wrong use it as a defense mechanism. Ally in manipulate yeah not. So Meguid's in. Yeah because it was I was bully I can tap into people's minds and tell them what they wanNA to avoid getting my ask so A. Two like thirty six. Yeah thirty, six I moved to Oregon worked with family in my guides had told me two days before the Shit went down they said you it's time to pack it up this They referenced the time that I was sitting in the hospital. Remember we had this conversation with you now is the time and I was like you are nuts like there's no way I make over two, hundred, thousand dollars a year I.
"medina" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe
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"medina" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show
"Might win that one actually Ted just completely just literally bones all over the place head split apart. There's been a horrible accident. This is not a bit to help. Can Dump truck happens in Lexington. He calls a police. Yeah Yeah Right fucking and we've been doing research so Katie. I'm sorry. Get back to you please. Well have you talked to Trent before you get sluggish on the radio show and I did the Gulf. Show those guys all right. Yeah I like. Trump is very nice guy. Yeah everyone needs to be. Yeah but behind the scenes you know about Trent. I don't know I'd be curious to hear about Ellen. Degeneres two point. Oh Oh you know what's funny thank you thanks for calling bye? We'll talk to you later. I kind of look alike. Funny you mentioned that Kaby so I forgot to mention this to Sivas and pull the sound. actually listened to the I want to hear this. Only you know I'm gonNA give Sherpa in Imperial Chancellor mm-hmm so they did the college episode. Which is Kennedy up. One day chase. Sorta most proud of is the season. Walmer meadow goes to college and they killed the mobster. That's the my least favorite episode. I love it's my least favorite but it's interesting. It's the one that. Hbo The only one that the book those guys did was awesome. The SEPLA book on the Sopranos. Office Paul Zoll. I forget I think it was right. That's up along okay It's a one episode where HBO said the David Chase. They gave many notes all that. You can't have Tony. Soprano kill somebody because if you think about the lead character of a show like that like a likable lead had never done that. Right in the audience will lose will will sour on Tony if he kills us guy and chase like no no now. They'll sorrow on him if he doesn't which is true right because he's a he's a he's a gangster so l. if you remember in the senior out there's a scene where the gangster the SNITCH. No whenever he did he's on the phone he's like if I seem to kill him the. Hbo Made Him. Right that scene to make to give excuse like to give them out real. Yeah it's a one seamer chase was like. I didn't want to write it. That's funny because I was just. We were talking last night about. We talked about Watchmen so we were talking about. Hbo Dramas in general. And I said the only like HBO's great at Not Stepping in right and saying you can't kill off. This may only time they ever and they said we learned our. I think Chris. Albrecht is named. Hbo President said that he's like I never did it again. He's like I never. I learned my lesson. I will never bothered those guys again ever because we were talking about where it was almost a mistake to kill off Jimi Normandy boardwalk empire right because it kind of took away one of the best care to the show. Yeah but yeah like. Cbs wouldn't allow them to do. The truth is if David chased seven to kill Tony. Soprano at the end of season four. They would wish would've been insane but they wouldn't let him. Do we have that same policy around here. Where none of the CAST members get killed off. L? Not Yet right. Not yet but Oh so so. They forget how to to they start. The episode talking about celebrity should pull the sound survey at some point plate celebrities. Who Were Asshole? Suburbs aren't for some reason and the top of the rolling stones or something and how they met the rolling stones somewhere in the Keith Richards was awesome. Charlie watches great. And he's like did you meet Mick. Shrimp Asks Me Music Mic was Kinda. Cold in trip is like well. He's he's He's like I used to do tonight. Show stuff once in a while and I used to run. Comedy Clubs. He's the basically the biggest asshole ever met. My life is owned generous. Oh It'd be Real L. Ellen General. A lot of people say oh no. I know we've done it before these like I went up to her and she just looked at me like I was a piece of shit and walked away. It was funny shit all over and you could tell it was. I wish we could have like chasing cosby style. Podcast only for Ellen. Well being but I'm just saying like one hundred fifty interviews for people who have worked with Ellen through the years and just like totally terror killer. Yeah Jesus all right go ahead and keeps coming up yet. She's still able to do that like dancing. 'cause People Watch party they'll pay attention. Don't guess they still loaded up Steve. They're still lit up. I would take a few more call the week. Hello Good Morning Boys. You got the top cut here. Hey ooh hey before I start. I just wanted to praise podcast. Jesus and Big Steve for the work of art. That was yesterday's podcast. I am very very very I will say this every time I started the show here today. I'm very very very proud of it. If you don't like it you're a fucking Nimrod your dope your moron. Yeah I heard that little hobbit in Australia wasn't a fan much reason for my call though I was hoping to talk about your talentless fraudulent floors yours absolutely. I'm willing to that discussion. I don't want to but I'm willing to have it so I know Mike. Probably knows what I'm calling but I duNno kirk and they're big massive wise that they've oh trees so something that you've been concealing for us. Yes sir skin on twitter away. No no no. That's been making up lies about me. Fake News saying they claim that I block them clearly. Rank never do that. What are we doing? Did you watch them? Of course they've screech. Soft Day is it was and then I in blocked blocked. If I can just have twenty seconds. Thank you have a question? Go ahead Oh you got them Monday show. I believe because we're talking about Chad. Sin And blocking people correct correct. So after that Show Min- Matt by the way we call ourselves. I like that. That's a potential show by the way I'm just saying maybe on Youtube but okay good so that went on twitter and tweeted out that blind. It was funny. I'll blind Mike was talking about how he doesn't understand blocking people considering how he blocked out within twenty four hours of creating. Bozeman Matt Tagged Blind Mike and the show in that blind. Mike obviously saw that tweet from the show account unblocked Matt to then say Fake News. How is that really true? You're kidding block them okay. What have you been three people who have a chat group designed expressly to Shit on Mike? I don't really get the hypocrisy was obviously kidding. When I said you were lying just so you know the hang up. Well I didn't really seem like in kind of screen shots that I blocked it was. Obviously I want me dead to rights. You Walk Blind bike. I didn't know a few students that you got me but then I enjoyed I called them liars and I said it was fake news. And they're like he's we've now we've got him. 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"medina" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show
"Got a verse overcompensating. I don't know if you saw this morning. I also re tweeted the Israeli flag. You really right next. Henny youngman women you know. Walt Disney made a lot of money. And sometimes that mattered. More than a few thought-provoking ideas. No question no question thought provoking kind of for allergies. What's up what's June? What first of all thank you guys for yesterday? That was awesome hysterical. I'm sure it was a lot of hard work and it was really entertaining. So thank you for. It's giving that thank you. You'll hear you'll hear our thoughts at the start of the show but I'm very very very very proud of that is yes thank you. Yes I enjoyed it though that. I'm also looking forward to hear your thoughts on how we absolutely just destroyed the mental Function of Greg. So we just did that so I was saying. Unfortunately it doesn't translate fantastic from an audio perspective. It really is more of a visual almost. Want to tweet out. The thought would mock me saying that but it is true. Show but you're watching a guy. He's so sensitive that he won't allow himself to really crack but he's about you know he's on the verge of what he has to focus on it whereas if that's going to be your act because I those a lot of those comments would probably annoy me too but I just wouldn't look at them but there was also the whole fucking died and then there would also be some correspondent comments about the show in the other stick essentially none of that. No it was just a blizzard of he had to turn to spin them to make it sound like talking about the show. He also he. He responded to a demon was like. Hey did you. Not that guy out. Ned Devine's and he wrote back. Yeah fucking collaborative or something. Danielle was posting in the chat. As well I did not. I don't think I did. You heard him. At one point. She was like Oh. Are All of you so excited to get a Christmas card for new daddy for what you're doing now? She's she's a loser I mean. He's clapping bed. Yeah I spent a tough time. Tender these does attender date. I don't know what that means. I'm sure look fine. She's actually always been very nice person. I mean she's not talented or anything but she's a nice person fucking fucking fucking with like. She's fucking sucks. That are able to guy she fucks. You ought to be treated like fifty to else. I'll above well. This is a racist but she suck job when Your Daddy? That's what that's what audience loyalties about ten. If you're fucking shit show every day you know maybe have some idea about it sweetheart. Thank you for one more thing before you get through to my question adapted for. I started training for the Five K. And I'm really thankful and really appreciative for the morning when I wake up and realize that I am no longer average on the act absolutely savage. There you go. You'll be like Marty Glickman. The old announcer. Who was a running back in the thirties? You're going to be one of the great Jewish runners Glickman. All right Back to go back to that with SAR and we need to move on from you is not just the Juban man. I have to look at you as Adema whole homes of Adam. That doesn't help. It doesn't help definitely definitely All right well so kirk you and I are about as Handy. Each other in the sense that You know I get everything done in my house through my wallet and my phone. I seen a bunch of Friends of mine. Right now are having You know emergency work done on their house for this. You know we ever. There's always something minor got me thinking. Wha How bad would have to be for you to hire someone to come into your house right now. Well I'd be very happy to have the people from Kirk Builder. Dotcom Brown dog. Builders contract of the Kirkman show varies almost odd that. Us again. After I did the read the Steve Wants to get their tongue twice everyone at Brown dog builders actually they've already been vaccinated against corona virus so no worries at all done the first fax. I would be like if it was I'd be I would be fine with it. I think like anything else like they would go in. You know I would not for room. That'd be separated for a few hours ago and do their thing that that to me wouldn't be that big of an issue. I'm not I am not as I'm aware of it. I'm sensitive to I respected. It's going on but I'm not going to be governed by coronavirus. I'm just not especially now as has been the kids have been out of school now for seven weeks and one day. We are at fifty. So I'm not at some point you have to say you have to have some of your normalcy return agree. I totally agree. I think I think that's fair. You know living to DC have a meltdown over that in a gumby wondering like if I saw mouse would I hire someone to come in and take care of it? Would I pry? Bc Did would? I hit it with a broom or who knows but I think we know where that up you see. It's all I would say. Just go rent an option and gentleman Richard Gere fine films but I would say that's all I would say not show you defy motion picture. I'm saying all right Weekend Buddy Shalom they keep you high one of the best we love Adam Jennifer Rubin. Just tweeted out. I don't know what more Biden camp could have hoped for along eloquent statement. The press will be obliged to quote unequivocal. Denial in earnest appearance in tough interviews. Everyone breathes a sigh of relief. Because it's easy when you guys innocent so that as soon as the Washington Post columnist says that everyone of the Biden team is breathing a sigh of relief. That's definitely they're feeling today. Gwynne what annoys me even more now. We've gotten to the point where it's like. I was just thinking about this. I mean I guess in a weird spot but a how often do they make fun of Monica Lewinsky? 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"medina" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show
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"medina" Discussed on LEAD the podcast
"The PODCAST. I am thrilled to welcome Carmen Medina as this week's guest Carmen spent thirty two years at the CIA. But when you meet her you will hardly notice. She is recognized as a national and international expert on intelligence analysis strategic thinking diversity of thoughts and innovation and entrepreneurship in the public sector. She is the CO author of rebels at work. A handbook for leading change from within her story as a heretic and change agent at the CIA is featured in Wharton School. Professor Adam grants grants bestseller originals. How nonconformists move the world? Carmen is Puerto Rican by birth and Texan by nationality. We're so so excited that she's here. Thank you carbon. Thank you for having me. So let's get to it. What is the number one challenge that you see leaders your space at work? You know what I WANNA start. Macro.
"medina" Discussed on The Poetry Magazine Podcast
"You know those paintings where the fingers are kind of in flight over the village you the structure is there. It's like they're escaping even though there is no escape so for me. That's kind of how this poem worked that It's not escape like you get away free and unharmed. I mean in the chagall paintings. Flying figures are kind of dark and distorted and the same is true here where the girl is in the end. She moves over this river right Outta cirque classical mythology college too you know. She moves over the river to get to the other place and she learns to forget and then she but in that process she's nothing but water and laying on the sky. It's sort of like in this border. Area you're not exactly free but you are transformed. Yeah that ending ending lines. She lay on the sky is so evocative and it's so open in a way to interpretation. The girl was only half of her mother. The girl was strong against tied. The girl learned to forget the girl was nothing but water. She lay on the sky. You know the idea that if she becomes nothing but water lays on the sky sky and away she becomes part of the elements should becomes something like you know. Lucy Gray in wordsworth for example rolled around interstate Arnold course but here. It's in the water and the sky but it seems as if there's also another interpretation to that this is survived all aw. She was strong against tied. We're told learning to forget is certainly not optimal but it seems as if maybe maybe there's a survival implied there and then there's something powerful in laying on the sky to something numis service is numerous but it's also impossible or like. Yeah you know if you move to a different place in tact so way to fear existence existence keeps you tethered to the land in here in order to make that move. You're almost like decision comfort of your humanity right and it's like you were talking about mythology. It's it's almost like I wonder if there's a mythology is going on here to where her there's a looking backward I don't know it's just it's that's one of the things I liked about it. It refused to go on to tell us more are about. She lay on the sky. We it's up to us. Well that's a real question. Like who is the observer or listener or reader of the poem. Yeah it's sort of moves itself along without us. I mean the alien nation that's inherent in the palm affects you as a reader you know you're you're sort of you feel like how can I change the outcome of the story. But it's not certain you know it's not it doesn't give you an easy answer right and what's also interesting to me. Is that technically. The poem isn't just one story. It's there's this part towards the beginning halfway through the first page where it says there was once a dock with a wooden boat wants a general one sister wants a mother who hid behind the general wants a machete wants a girl who swallowed the salt. So there's an it. I think this one's happens again. Later when you were talking about the sudden sodden humming So it feels like the poem is trying to start all of these stories you know sort of once upon a time once there was this thing and it's not clear whether all these things exist in the same time or not which sort of reminded me you know of the phrase. You can't stop up into the same river twice that history is sort of inexorable. It's like keeps moving forward. The river keeps moving forward ecologically but then the other half off of this poem is the Riverbank. Not just the river so does can you step on the same riverbank twice. I mean the problem is there's metaphorically like a border patrol happening here where there's a lot of deadly stuff you know that the riverbanks kill right. Yeah yeah that's you know one of the things that so terrific about what is that. It really does reflect no pun intended on our contemporary time while also looking backwards. Because yeah I I really felt. There was one version of past and then a more distant version of the past so the girl who tramped barefoot in a way is the repository in terms of memory of the other girl who had suffered this assault but clearly it seems as if the geography of it what you're talking about it's always going to be perilous. You know while things are in the state so that sense of trauma Emma continuing being re experienced by a series of girls seems faithful to what the poem is wanting us to think CAPAC Sarah Maria Medina from the American northwest. Her work is found. Impre you Black Warrior Review Poetry northwest and elsewhere. You can read America in the November Twenty nineteen issue of poetry magazine or online At Poetry magazine Dot Org. We'll have another episode for you next week. Or you can get all November episodes all at once in the full length. PODCAST on soundcloud. Let us know what you thought of this program. Please rate and review us on Apple podcasts. 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"medina" Discussed on The Poetry Magazine Podcast
"The Taino the first indigenous people to encounter Christopher Columbus during his fourteen ninety two colonial invasion. It's true that the violent encounter of the Spanish voyages led to a genocide of Dino but the genocide did not lead to complete extinction. And so my father is one of many who identifies as dino and. He has pass that on to his children. Medina's Palm America is part of a larger work in progress seeking to expand the narrative of Taino extinction in the United States. As I began to understand more of the Thiong'o language and history I learned there are two words for Spirit One one is the Dad Spirit Oba and one is the living spirit. Go Isa so. I understand that there are cycles of trauma. MMA that we keep repeating in our families generation after generation the cycles of violence that my mother as a white woman has passed down to me me the cycles of violence that my father is a Puerto Rican man has passed down to me to everything that I carry within me and then also my own experiences in this lifetime so I think about the weight of that and then because I have a daughter myself how I can try to break those cycles goals. To begin a new Medina says poetry is integral to this process. I consider that active writing to be a form of Alchemy of transformation of taking a moment of trauma that pook dumb in the photograph. The pooped him in our memory. In the body an alchemist. So the energy we carry transforms. Here's Sara Maria Medina. Reading America. The river it was deep and wide while girls grew along the river banks wild. Strawberries grew among the wet grass. US A girl triumphed barefoot. Her tips wrote the tracks wept in the distance. She scavenged wild strawberries. The river water stung her mouth. The water turned her skin sky alone. The girl knelt to sift water. Do her fingers. There was once a dock with a wooden boat once. It's a general once a sister. Once a mother who hid behind the general once a machete once a girl who swallowed the salt she held the residents of chromatic harmony. The quiet of faded missed the lines of riverbank. Made everything still. The girl understood the rivers Undying blew the river of uncut. Red Flowers the river flooded and drowned. Once it's a sodden hummingbird once alone full. The girl was not allowed to speak Spanish. The girl wore a Garland of speech. She found she was only half of everything half of her mother. The general took her down river scavenging the wild strawberries it was spring. The strawberries were held below ice. It was winter. The general commanded her to lie down. The pain was a thud of a knife and boot blade deep in the whole of her hips. The girl left her body. Her Spirit rose she herself became the crumpled shape of a saturated saturated Bo. The river created a halo of sound. She still held a strawberry in her hand. She looked like a perfect crumpled bow. She was lying on the ground. She thought she she was lying on the sky. The quiet of the faded missed the lines of riverbank made everything kill Hill. The girl wanted to escape the undying blew. The girl was only half of her mother. The girl was strong against tied. The girl learned to forget. The girl was nothing but water later. She lay on the sky. Then I think what's really beautiful. In hearing this poem read aloud allowed in conjunction with seeing it on the page. Is that on the page. The lines in the poem are double spaced and they move farther and then closer again and then farther again again from the left margin which visually made me think of the river that the poem talks about but when I hear Sarah Maria Medina read the poem because she stops at the end of each line regardless of whether there's a period they're not it's sort of emphasizes that this might be half the story in the way that the girl is only half of her mother that it feels like there might be more to that line or something that's missing from the beginning of the next line. Even though visually on the page it looks they could all be one sentence. That really adds something. When you hear the audio of the poem to the the reading experience you can have by yourself because while the spacing might indicate that there are missing sections to this poem I think the idea of hearing it and pausing and really taking a long time to read these lines emphasizes emphasizes the sort of reflecting that happens visually and content wise in this poem? Yeah this poem is so lyric lyric in that way. It really struck me. Just how sound generated a lot of these descriptions. Are you know from say the hall and the Halo for example there moments in which you know you hear or you read a word and you have to to solve correct or only like once a sodden hummingbird I read I as once a sudden hummingbird which a sodden hummingbird is so much more interesting than a sudden hummingbird. So but it makes you really stop and reconsider. What you're worl- expectations are are even phrases like her tips? arrowed is almost like barefoot. You almost think it's going to turn into her lips rather than her tips so it does this really interesting correction of your set of oral expectations and it seems to me to connect it to this notion Russian of slowing down the lines and how they're moving across the page there's so much stillness and silence in the poem home that ends up to be very much a poem about violence and trauma and then finally perhaps a kind of recovery from that you know and it's a very powerful statement about America Being the title which doesn't appear in the body of the poem at all but it's a very mesmerizing mesmerizing. Experience of being quieted by the sounds and the lines. At least that was my experience and then you know really finding yourself herself with the moment with the general and the sexual assault that seems to be happening so I thought that was a really powerful balance to achieve in this poem. SN extraordinary intensity that we're all kind of struck by and trying to describe and for me part of this too is just kind of what the what the poem is about. which is this river as a dangerous but necessary kind of border place? It's deep and wide. They're wild girls growing alongside the river banks and wild strawberries among the wet grass and then when the poem moves from that kind of description to the point where the river water stung the girl's mouth you realize the immersion in this is deep and intense and kind of irreversible and yet at the same time breastroke by breastroke breastroke. It really does build this enormous kind of painting. Almost it is still I agree with you. The stillness of it to me is like the stillness or motion in a painting where it's Kinda fixed. There's you know there's there's nothing you can do about it but it doesn't mean that there's not movement being described because towards the end you know you have a transformation where the girl is lying on the ground. She thought she was lying on the sky but by the end of the poem. She's nothing but water and she says she lay on the sky and for me this kind of painting that I'm imagining from the poem. It's almost like a chagall painting.
"medina" Discussed on PURE ROCK RADIO Originals
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