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"michelle laura" Discussed on Post Reports

Post Reports

04:21 min | 3 weeks ago

"michelle laura" Discussed on Post Reports

"All right. My name is Carter Hillary and today's Wednesday July fifteen. TMC reports two thousand, five, hundred and forty one new positive cases. So the last time we talked was six days ago and I actually I was gonNA look up now. The covid numbers for Tim Seaver Texas Medical Center. I mean it looks like over the last six days. It's basically been. Almost steady increase with like. Really big jumps from day to day in cove impatiens. Species in the ER, there's patients waiting to come in. We expanded to eight issues now so the next to going live by replacing within the next few weeks. How are you feeling about that? The thing I've noticed in the last six days I. Guess Because I didn't I've done a lot. More shifts were unable to auction it these patients. ICU At least I mean no matter what we do. Were unable to give them oxygen and I'm seeing. Young Obese people for example. Did they come in? We I mean mentally. It's horrible because I know where they're heading. This has become you. Sit there and you wait for things to go wrong because they will. End when they do you do everything you can play with the machines a little bit. Maybe some other medications you can think of rescue them, and then you sit back down and then you wake. It's like a marathon. Just keep going circles around the unit. Walk Around Eyeball Brooms I. Bother rooms and you just seed is constant turnover of more and more patients in the same predicament same situations. One success story is great like Yay. They're doing better Small victories. I think that's the most important thing to keep. In a unit I mean I'm GONNA be honest. You sound really tired. It's been. It's been a long week. I am married actually. What happens when somebody dies in the ICU? How does that process play out and then what happens after? If the patient codes and passes away. We do a complete neurological examination bioscience shy, and then we call time of death. And what is that like? It's I mean it's never right. Guy Story just ended or that person's story descended. That's where their loved ones you know. Nowadays it came in being the Damn Room. which is even worse, right that is. The most gut wrenching thing. They can't be there. Yeah, and some other patients but I do you know blocked my caller ID and facetime the wife for facetime months. Give it to them. When you make like a facetime call like that to a loved one of someone who has died. How do you even have that conversation for you? Set Up expectations. Sign out without much. They know already, and then you mentally prepare them. For the News and then you tell them news, he's got to be effective. No like false hopes southern. Up like. I'm sorry to tell you and I am very very sorry, but you know they pass usually. It's very rare that it happens after the passage usually before, and you have known that they are not going to be able to make it through the night or the next hour or the next few minutes is what's happening. And, of course, you can get emotion on the other side and you just gotTa be there with them through it. You just gotTa, you know. either. My name is Michelle. Laura. Today is July, Fifteenth Two thousand twenty. So I feel like I. have to go through a process even to get myself to the hospital these days. And, so you know spending some extra time. Having coffee is part of it, but even getting out of my car, sometimes at work is hard, and it takes me a few minutes. Ana I used to listen to NPR. My Way George and I've had to sometimes limit that because it makes me emotional. Sometimes, it's hard to listen to. Ideas spend a few minutes my car. I would say the beginning of work at the end of. just to get through and. Collect, my thoughts and Try to put on the optimism and positive energy that I need to get through the day or get to the evening with my family..

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"michelle laura" Discussed on WTRH

WTRH

09:25 min | Last month

"michelle laura" Discussed on WTRH

"We have, uh, to get back to our color now and again. Talk to Michelle. Laura, my my friend. I want to say that you had told me You feel like your daughter sees you as her enemy. And she's always putting you in your place and I'm putting it down. And This was my thought, if she were to hear About your past. And literally. That you were Sexually raped. Correct me if I'm wrong by your father, is that correct? You know my dad. He would have never known anything. But apparently my brothers weren't culled, or they just Looked over it. Uh, Dad, he was He was kind of crazy guy, but he was really basically harmless. Okay, Uh, he was increased, and he treats that viable. Said he was a wonderful guy been crossing Yeah. He was a real hard working guy, and he taught my brothers Be very hardworking and stuff to look like It's my dad had any inkling that anything like that was happening. My big fear that He would have just totally lost it and little massacred the whole family if he because he would have thought. That my mom was raised us to be degenerate while he was travelling away and working and everything. And that was definitely not the case. You know, my mom was sick a lot of the time, but Yeah. No, no, no. My dad was your dad. Okay like that. What about your granddad or of the relatives? Mom. Get her to the great bind that one of my uncles had tried to do something to one of my elder sisters and that that's why he never came around again that my dad had got wind of that and had told never show up around our house there, okay? So he was then he was more of a protector. As opposed to the things that didn't go on that he didn't know about. Your brother definitely definitely wasn't allowed to date or anything. And when I did was allowed to date, it was just that one boy. I remember I was away and I came home and my brother told me that this other guy had came around there asking after me and my dad had had a fit with a hole in it because he said no. My daughter date this one guy here and you can't come over here because My daughter is already spoken for an interesting, okay. So when I asked you to write down this timeline, the reason I am thinking this could be valuable. Is Because when someone It has a mind set. That's negative. About Like you. Tor Tor torture. Your daughter towards you as a mom. Many times they have no idea. What was experienced. In childhood and It can Significantly softened the heart. Of in this case. Your daughter. It may not. I'm not trying to not saying I know, but I do know. That it's better to have the truth then. Erroneous thoughts wrong thought. And it also Just can help you. Kind of Figure out things in your own life as you begin to process. What really did happen to you as a child, and you can begin to see Oh, We didn't talk. We didn't tell we didn't You know I couldn't you know, and it enables you to realize. Some of your own responses. And the justification. What? Why? You didn't tell Up and So, therefore I know many times apparent get blamed for things. And yet when a child a grown child learns some of the past Softens the heart. To be much more compassionate. So this was mine to you're probably right. But It's like I never shared anything, and I never even told My Children, except for very brief little statements like I have to have a C section with you, but I never went into the fact of It matters that I Look in the hospital for so long. Almost died so many times, you know, the very lengthy Issues that were wrong with me and the reason why we getting done. Because I was you know, I see you fighting for my life and I It's almost like I was seen as a runaway rather by the hospital and deliver the baby and took off. Oh, well, yeah, that definitely happened. Well, let me ask you I'd say. There were things that happened to your mother that you had no idea about and you had preconceived ideas, and then later You learned the truth. Would you want to know the truth? Yes. Okay, but my mother It wouldn't matter anyway, because Mother Mama, you know, and I loved her. Regardless, if not tell me that my mom Try to award me later had probably for a little while. But mother is the other no matter what I would He's very, very forgiving. Yes, but the your daughter, though your daughter doesn't know The truth, she doesn't know. The reality of your life. She knows parts of the truth. She knows some information. Fit and and I want to make it clear there times when people can learn things. And then the spirit of God can take that information. And later sensitize softened the heart. One would be a miracle move, But at least he'll at least you're giving. Truth. And and there's nothing that is so convenient as the truth Now, a lot of stuff that went on leave like Over the past couple of years. When we did have a brief conversation there, she was saying he needed a significant I'm not worth anything that I'm passive aggressive and I can't do anything right or whatever. And I'm like I do not really think that a lot of that or any of it came from her dad nibbling but I was warned totally in charge or both my Children. Period. There was nobody else, and I had a really great job taking care of them. All these years. I had to sue for child support from both of their fathers, but I'm like What is this kid getting all this worthless leather stuff from care of Dale period and Me when I mean having real sick fits couldn't sleep. And when I first got married to her dad, and he won't know what apology you can't even claim their nightmares. Oh, I finally had to tell him I was having a nightmare that my brother was trying to touch me trying to peel the layers back and get it so Kane. He was through with me within a couple of weeks of our marriage. He didn't want anything to do with me anymore. That I couldn't even Cook for him. Oh, and he would just come in the house when you speak to me after I had But I was supposed to have his kid. He didn't want anything to do with me anyway, but Thank you this job one night, and he Or God.

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"michelle laura" Discussed on B&H Photography Podcast

B&H Photography Podcast

12:22 min | 9 months ago

"michelle laura" Discussed on B&H Photography Podcast

"Question. Russian that has slightly do this These newspapers traditional even online news agencies are are the most effective way still For underrepresented stories to be told you spoke about a show at a mosque and You have a museum and obviously there many now uh nontraditional. Let's say ways to get images out there even a poster on a street that somebody carrying. Do you think that the were kind of over this this kind kind of the mass. Let's say mass journalism Is it still effective is still useful for the types of stories that you want to tell. I don't think there is one answer. I I think that in itself is what needs to. You need to take every situation and work best to it. And I think we need that plurality. Not You know. The online space. Is the traditional spaces social media word of mouth. All of that are valid Some but better in certain situations than others I I work in an environment where let's say in Bangladesh for instance. The printed newspaper is still increasing circulation. which is exactly the opposite of what's happening out here and it will change? There will be a time when that will shift but until it does I will recognize the imminent. Will your photos or photos of your colleagues that you respect who are working in these these stories. Will they find their way into into a Bangladeshi newspaper. That will depend very much upon what what how we've arranged to it because some of of it is not even about the newspaper. This you may know of this various famous Pulitzer winning picture of Michelle Laura of the banning of the Biharis in Bangladesh. Now Russia Talukdar. One of our photographers also took a very strong picture that time he never published it because publishing it would be equivalent to signing his own death warrant. The people who did the banting was still very much in control. It was only in Nineteen ninety-three three twenty two years later. I was able to convince him that it was now safe to publish that picture. So those are part of what happens you you know you. You need to negotiate that space. But I think one of the things where we have lost out as photography's we to solarge extent have felt that the photograph images all there is to it. I think many other things happen to happen. Be Around contextualising. It is important. I I think it's vital that photography writers I think we I still retailers need to find multiple ways of telling stories of engaging and once we're able to do that our work then becomes so much more usable by by the media itself. It's when it's a uni-polar in a Polish single image standing on its own it has limited potential when we were at the museum earlier. EU brought up Sunday. It was kind of interesting where you will be putting a show in a mosque. And you're getting a lot of pushback about that and the way you explained things to them change these things around. Can you go over that again. Because I thought that was very amazingly very tactically us will I I live and work in Bangladesh where many many people think fed graphs are haram. You know For instance if there's a funeral the photographs will be turned a ten round because it's not considered proper for photographs to be there in religious situation. I had chosen synagogues and churches and temples at never shown in a mosque. Because was it was considered impossible to and I'm very conscious off Islamaphobia of xenophobia and the perceptions about Islam and I want to dress that at the same time I also wanted places like musk's to become known for what their true the potential is So the first challenge was convincing the mosque that I can show work in it. It's a very beautiful must by the way at one dollar kind of what your tech Designed by a woman land is to mate donated by her grandmother so those elements to it as well And I took photographs but before he nice started taking photographs. I spoke to the mosque committee until them why I wanted to do it and I reminded them mm of how Prophet Mohammad had used his. Musk the fact that his mosque in Medina was an education center. A Cultural Center into a community center A hospital it sheltered women met state dignitaries in the mosque but there it was an art troupe from Abyssinia who came and said to the Prophet where can be show. We have no place to show our work and he said show it. In My mosque it became a gallery. If during the prophets time ago a musket have such a wonderfully diverse range of usage. Why have you reduced? And it's not just for true from us. It's true of places of prayer. In a sense I think religion and has been reduced to very clinical actions about which have to do with praying and proselytizing and older set of things whereas it is part out of human life and be forgotten that so that is a show. I'm now trying to show. Wildest Ruben shows going on perhaps in moss around the country speaking of the show. Can we talk a little bit about that. And how you organize that you mentioned that It is organized as a kind of trilogy. Is that true or really one show within within not aspect. I mean it. I don't know if it's what I expected. Necessarily the whole show. I mean there's kind of a retrospective aspect But there's also you're dealing with certain particular stories within this. Can you talk a little bit about a couple of those The Ruben show it's billed as a retrospective. There's only so much you can show so there. There are significant chapters which are not there for instance crossfire. But what we've tried to do a a two things. One is look at the trajectory of my attempt for social justice which is underpinned underpins the entire show but also the various vocabularies that I've tried to us from traditional black and white photo repertoire as Magnum and other agencies would have done to find out conceptual chill work and places where I've ensured that the politics of my work is embedded within the artwork itself because one of the things that had happened happened in the very first body of work which I did which is called the struggle for democracy I was looking at politics The resistance to generally shot and there is a sequence of pictures which are about a flood that take place it was them biggest flooding in a century. An juxtaposed without is these are the photographs of wedding a hugely opulent wedding. That had taken place. It was the daughter very powerful minister now. The juxtaposition the position made it very stock. Here was this wedding taking place out of time with the nation is really under those floods That made it difficult because that was what scared off my sponsors versa and I stopped getting out. None of the galleries would be prepared to show the work. So that ah led to a whole different set of things towards you a lesson yes we built gallery. You know. It's it's looked at politics with appea- but also Class divides gender shoes environmental issues military occupation a whole range of things but covered. It did not work but later on I've looked at things like disappearance Be talked about the crossfire. Show the The show about the culpeper culpeper Chuck Norris Indigenous. A woman who was picked up at the military on the twelfth of June nineteen. Ninety six works for me was very significant because we had fought our war for the right to speak our language yet within our own nation. Be Denying other people to speak. There's that for me would so staggering. The word indigenous is something that cannot be used. It's is being banned by our Constitution. You cannot use the word indigenous in English so I began on the twelfth of June two thousand thirteen gene and the next two years on the twelfth of June producing a new body of work. The first body I did was using forensic technology technology to look look at what I considered the silent witnesses so I collected objects along the path of a last journey and photograph in the clarify. This was the young woman who was disappeared. She she was. She was picked up by the military on the night of the twelfth of June nineteen ninety six and what was her offense. She was an activist. She wanted rights for her people. Okay a so on. The investigation is still ongoing going. I thought well if you've got to do an investigation. What do you do right at the beginning? You do the forensic study the words of bungalows like me and the military were taken into account for the Bihari Voices. Whenever heard so? I thought I would interrogate the silent. Witnesses and it's. It's work that I did in initially in Bangladesh than in Britain Germany eventually in Australia And produce those High magnification images through fluorescent photography. I then did other body of work where I tried to show the person and we were talking earlier on about how you felt that there was actually a person then Dan yes I still WANNA go back. I'm I'm convinced there was somebody. I don't care what you see. On the next body of work was about the champions Champions of culpable the people who've carried on the fight which includes my partner which includes Sara Hussain. WHO's the lawyer who who stood up for me one of his jail on CIDER gourock again? Someone who I've been working with for a long time class. What sorry to interrupt up at the the motivation to take on this story in this manner with the forensic photography styling was as something that you felt was born from the story itself or was it something that you said you know what I this is something? I'd like to do as a photographer. I'd like to investigate in this terms and use a different set of skills. Well my my partner actually asked me a very pertinent question She said let me ask you a silly question. Isn't it all in the imagination you say. Of course it was in my imagination but I felt through that imagination. I could unlock some doors. AUSE and there were two things I wanted to do. One point out that the process of investigation was flawed seriously flawed. But also. Here's a person and there are no photographs of this woman This has happened at when I was doing the work had happened. What Sixteen years ago seventeen years ago you know. What am I going to photograph seventeen years after the event and I thought there are still people? There are still objects that can speak to me and of course as a photographer. I need something visual so I need to find a visual way of rendering story story. So that's how I began then. I thought the other challenges we need to bring her live. This is a woman who is flesh and blood who was picked away taken away from us..

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"michelle laura" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"michelle laura" Discussed on Super Station 101

"The night today percent of the state's total tax revenue the cost of marijuana legalization in public awareness campaigns law enforcement healthcare treatment addiction recovery and preventative work is an unknown costs to the state we need answers to this to to all these questions how much is this costing us on the other side again other health related problems other lung issues that you develop emergency room visits poison control how much does this cost how about a lack of productivity at work a lack of ambition and productivity at school a lot of teachers are finding their students coming in this class high i know that happened before but not not as it's happening now in colorado and cory booker by the way twisted the president's arm you know what he did this yeah this is an excuse me excuse me cory gardner i'm getting my he's mixed up cory gardner actually managed to convince president trump to come out to agree not to prosecute the marijuana efforts in these states and marijuana in in various states in exchange for cory gardner releasing a hold on various nominees that trump has has nominated people that trump has nominated so confirmation votes being held up by a republican senator in colorado for pot that's how much they want this pot legalization to catch fire across the country and i think a lot of these people are thinking about what they're gonna do when they leave office pot industry will always have me they talk about big oil how about big pot big weed dnc is suing russia trump in trump campaign and wikileaks over alleged election interference all they have is stunts this is all the dnc has a stunt that came out a little while ago so there are suing russia the trump campaign and wikileaks is why would need lawsuit reform in this country it's total joke let's go to michelle and main line five michelle laura the but the the real toll that's being taken on this country is the country itself this has.

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"michelle laura" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"michelle laura" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"A lot of teachers are finding their students coming into class high i know that happened before but not not as it's happening now in colorado and cory booker by the way twisted the president's arm you know what he did this yeah this is not excuse me excuse me cory gardner i'm getting my core he's mixed up cory gardner actually managed to convince president trump to come out to agree not to prosecute the marijuana efforts in these states and marijuana in in various states in exchange for cory gardner releasing a hold on various nominees that trump has nominated people that trump has nominated so confirmation votes being held up by a republican senator in colorado for pot that's how much they want this pot legalization to catch fire across the country i think a lot of these people are thinking about what they're gonna do when they leave office pot industry will always have me they talk about big oil how about big pot weed dnc is suing russia trump in trump campaign and wikileaks over alleged election interference all they have is stunts this is all the dnc has a stunt that came out a little while ago so they're suing russia the trump campaign in wikileaks is why would need lawsuit reform this country it's total joke let's go to michelle and main line five michelle laura hey welcome the the real told that's being taken on this country is the country itself this has.

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"michelle laura" Discussed on And That's Why We Drink

And That's Why We Drink

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"michelle laura" Discussed on And That's Why We Drink

"Good job team people who give done dollars and get all of the above tear rewards plus other things all right thank you to emily dana karen andrew julia michelle john mckenzie i don't even know where to start mary mary oh okay shoot bad at this how was mary hart spelled m i r e mary maher spelling it's an interesting unique and beautiful spelling we see you mary other name and we appreciate cenon since non nicole don't know cheadle sarah sarah there two zero zero natalie doc yana aven why do you your names were so much more like and better at talking than you that's true alexis meghan tiffany leah mattie m's ashley craft a source at that one though miranda who lit toaff on fire good question michelle laura kayla lindsey kira sierra felicia kayla tia actually jen nathan lauren nicole christine woo dow jenny veronica tayla hannah brit cindy tena hillary heather chelsea kelsey brandy amelia ian christie erica melissa calin nicole jessica memo taylor florian jennifer emmy jenny not jenna from forrest gump jenny not jenny can't can't do do it it it's fine it's fine you wanna try jenna from forrest gump tammy savannah shayna jeremy chelsea kelsey in jesse's deafen the loss kitty tyler taylor deanna diana you're doing great i was on a roll ash emma mad max lauren mallory stephanie joshua ashley madison tim i asia griffin lisa from canada 'em keychain brooke aaron nicole ev abby jennifer kelly summer elizabeth elissa.

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"michelle laura" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

02:50 min | 3 years ago

"michelle laura" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Is the only and the should william that is healthy there chad because of you the kensit view is saint change pt eight where facts matter stephanie miller oh hobbling our of spoke about it michelle laura it's like you're you're like look at that like you give them the douro do it you you the low go do it all right fifty two minutes after the hour coffee with amazon rocky at this point republicans are just trying to whether it's in his cabinet or whatever just trying to stop trump from killing us all donald trump might soon toss the iran nuclear deal back to congress decide its fate but it's no sure thing the lawmakers would kill it for good critics of the obama era agreement 'cause the black i did it so you can led by the president himself appear to be on a mission to take the accord naysayers in congress vowing to take advantage of fasttrack mechanism that would allow lawmakers to reinstate sanctions against iran with a simple majority vote okay i don't idiot every expert says this is working yes it is work while congressional republicans unanimously opposed the nuclear deal two years and years ago there's far less unity on how quickly the gop led congress to move to snap back sanctions that were lifted as part of the iran agreement uh the choice could land on capitol hill later this month of trump declines to serve fight a deadline that are mine iran is complying i swear to guys like all of this is connected how close smaller is right yeah it was the iranians that didn't cyber attack on our election that right yes there so the rush the reference there so reflexively against anything obama did even if it is proven success i did it get rid of it and i swear to just wants to increase his chances of nuclear war with either iran or north korea to distract nuclear weapons don't kill people people kill paper charles guilty right okay speaking of something black i did trump administration to expel fifteen cuban diplomat in response to.

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