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"monique" Discussed on The Commercial Landscaper Podcast

The Commercial Landscaper Podcast

04:18 min | 2 weeks ago

"monique" Discussed on The Commercial Landscaper Podcast

"Monique is the founder and creative director of the garden continuum in a master creator. Interactive employer published author and fierce industry advocates welcomes. Monique thank you so much. I am really honored to be on this. Credible podcast awesome. Thank you yeah. i'm When i saw your profile and your bio come up with a she needs to be on my show. So we're really Thank you for reaching so tell tell all my listeners at your your background hero. C enjoy the the business landscaping business. Yeah it really. Do you know i fell into it as a late in my teens. It was Nothing i knew about it wasn't something that came from From parents or grandparents. Necessarily i fell into it. And i landed like i landed home. I was A somewhat trauma riddled teenager. That was Spinning not knowing what to do. And when i got into the land in started working in the landscape. Gardening I came home. It stabilized me and so it really in those early years was Really really important to me to sort of keep me on track. It gave me something that was purposeful and it just fantastic and then it sort of it began to spiral. I decided to get my undergraduate in entrepreneurship. I decided to get my graduate design. I started to pursue conservation. And i realized that there was these amazing threats of genius in this industry that you could follow and that the you followed the Threads the bigger. You realize the industry was there. There is no end in this industry. Which is what makes it so phenomenal like if you if you get bored. You're not looking hard enough. You're not pulling on the threads So yes so that's sort of the in a nutshell. I got very interested in legislation Started working really actively in public service and legislation to make sure that our industry was well protected not over regulated And so that became really really important and then the environment to the environment to me is is key in critical to success number for sure nor imagine a part in the you know getting bored on her industry meet. Our whole industry is probably one hundred billion dollar industry. So yeah if you're getting boarded or industry then. Yeah you're not digging deep enough. Need a bigger several for sure for sure so question popped up. It was around. Why do you think we talked about going from your troubled teens into jumping depend into landscaping. Feelable find your home. What why do you feel. No lack of teenagers are the use of today. Move into that landscape industry. But what do you think. The reason is barrier. I do think that there. We have lost our respect for manual labor and for the trades. And i think that you know the the digital world has really shifted the mindset to to other ways of actualising industry profession and the truth is there is such honor. This is such honorable work at. It's not dirty work. It's honorable work and it's really really important that this is why your show is so important because it is so important that those of us in the industry understand the honor in it and then we act honorable in it and then present that honorable path to children. And it's not so much the kids that don't want to do it. It's the parents who don't want their kids to do it. Nobody no parent hopes for the day. Their kid comes home and says. Hey we're going to be a landscaper. But it's but it you know. And i've worked in education for a really long time in education for the trades. And i honestly believe that our job is owners is to build organizations that are stable compassionate and supportive. So that when somebody comes home and says hey i just got this job and their parents give them the twenty-seven questions in reasons. Why not they can say they have health insurance..

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"monique" Discussed on THE EXPLODING HUMAN with Bob Nickman

THE EXPLODING HUMAN with Bob Nickman

07:02 min | 2 months ago

"monique" Discussed on THE EXPLODING HUMAN with Bob Nickman

"And it wasn't until the fifth one that he actually liked it. He hated it. he couldn't stand it. I mean i i heard. The gong was at a kuna delaney. Class and i felt like somebody threw me in cold water with the recovery. You know it helps people kind of release things maybe bring up some. They motions because again addiction. You know some people will say there's a biological thing to it but you know i really believe there's an emotional part it big part of the emotions and situational that people are carrying you now so it helps people Get more in touch with themselves. Which is part of to me the most important part of the healing from addictions. Yeah i think it's You know it's a. It's got a lot of components to it you know. There is a physical addiction. And there's you know the mental obsession and spiritual missing piece. You know spiritual malady. It's it's a lot of pieces. And i think some people have different areas of those stronger than the other ones. Some people have super sensitive physical addiction and other people really are going at it from a point of soothing Emotional problems and issues. And i think he bring up a really good point. Is that you know. All these new. These alternative modalities which they really shouldn't be caller alternative modalities 'cause they're ancient practices They treat the whole body. i think. Western medicine antastic especially for emergency. You know you need medicine. Cheap pain for key issues. You know you need it. Needed surgeries even pharmaceuticals But the long term they go to the long doctor who doesn't really consider your splaine other issues. Say you know with the sound and energy healing. We see the whole the mental the emotion the spiritual the physical and with the sound. Ilene again we don't have to figure it out is the vibration is gonna go where it needs to go like you just experienced it. I didn't even intend for it to go into your throat or your head. your is. that's where wentz that's where you felted. Yes so it's like the body we you know. We're not taught about our buys. A lot of us are taught the body is for you know the physical appearance for other people but our bodies our instruments. You know it. The pain is telling that there's something not right. And and i always love this saying the body never lies. Yes things happening. There's a truth there so you can either look at it or not look at it. But if something's going on that's that's it he's not capable of lying. It just is reacting to what is happening really happening and you know when we have trauma a lot of times. What do we do we disassociate. You know because it's too much for us to deal with and maybe that's a good thing. Yeah sure i think in the moment it probably is a really good thing. Yeah yeah right. Yeah but then left untreated. It becomes a problem if somebody wants to get a hold of you to have a session or go. Do a sound beth. How do they do that. Can you know go to my website. La sound healy l. A. sound healing. Okay or email me. A. sound healing at verizon dot net or they can find my phone number on there. They can call me. You know send a pigeon would drive by. And i work during the day during the evenings on the weekends and i'm in santa monica i used to do group sound bass on a weekly basis on on the outside yoga studios. I haven't done that since the pandemics. And do you have any recommendations for People learning more about this and maybe learning how to do it would do because we more people doing this would be the greatest thing ever to have it very available. Well i'm really in an so grateful that there are so many more people than when i started. I mean it's international. Apl in australia and england jamaica and so i would recommend eileen mccue six biofuel tuning dot com. I would buy her book to begin with You know you can also get information on my website. La sound healing dot com to understand. You know vibration like for you to. I would recommend taking a class. Even if you're not going to be a practitioner you know or which a lot of people do. They combine it with what they already do. One last crowd. I know that eileen says that really resonated with me is that she said you know since we're vibrational beans it makes sense to use vibration to heal. That's fantastic. we end with that quote. That is just to buy yes. Thank you so much for talking to me today. Really appreciate the ass really wonderful. Thank you and good luck and please contact monique. If you wanna get some tuning forks or other types of sound healing she's does it all makes. Thanks for listening into the exploding human. Hope you enjoyed the episode again. I'd like to remind you to visit the website. The exploding human dot com the youtube channel. The exploding human with bob. Nick men and there is the exploding human facebook page. Big big thanks to monique. Hits him in for her wonderful insight and knowledge on the subject of healing with tuning forks. Please visit her website and check out more about that topic. If you're interested much appreciation have a beautiful day thank you..

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"monique" Discussed on Audiobookish

Audiobookish

04:14 min | 7 months ago

"monique" Discussed on Audiobookish

"Hello everyone this is a head on. Hey with a and this is the furred episode of audiobook. Today we're gonna be talking about mermaid of black coach by a rookie bid. You like to introduce monique hubby his. Monique ruffy was born in expansion as mostly educated in the u. k. She's the author six brooks for throttles dinner and walk through Assessing in the region the white woman on the green bicycle two thousand nine with shortlist the orange prize in two thousand ten on the encore award in two thousand eleven cappella. She's twelve the cs award carbon Two thousand fifteen shirtless in the orion award two thousand fourteen. How she's pursuing in two thousand. Fourteen is a novel drawn from historical events and tells the story of a bunch. It was shortlisted for cost fiction. Award two thousand fifteen unlisted. Full the near. Cas award in two thousand fifteen a new novel. The trip was published in july. Two thousand seventeen fighting depressed dodo inc memoir with the kisses of his mouth traces. A personal journey of neglect sexual discovery. He's electorally. Nsa grey to frightening at the manchester writing..

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Washington DC native creates chain of successful bed and breakfast inns

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:01 min | 7 months ago

Washington DC native creates chain of successful bed and breakfast inns

"A D. C native and an award winning entrepreneur who has built her empire, One bed and breakfast at a time. W GOP continues our coverage of women's history month by highlighting the voices who are making a difference in our community. Monique Greenwood is the owner and chief enjoyment officer of Aquatic, a bed and breakfast inns. The key to running a successful bed and breakfast is really having a love for people and wanting to make sure that they have a great experience. Akwaaba Ins has five locations, including one on DuPont Circle in northwest Washington. But the crown jewels of her properties is one in Pennsylvania's Pocono Mountains. Once a Woolworth estate like Grandmother who lived to be 100 and one also a native Washingtonian. Last thing she said to me before she passed was I can remember when I couldn't sit at the counter at war. Worse, and now my baby girl is all up in their mansion. Stephanie Gaines Bryant w T o P. News

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How to Use Clubhouse with Monique Howard

The Voicebot Podcast

05:47 min | 8 months ago

How to Use Clubhouse with Monique Howard

"Coward. Welcome to the voice by podcast. Hi thank you brett fridge. Finding me here yeah. I'm excited have you. So i've noticed that you have been very active on clubhouse. I'm looking forward to getting your perspective on it but before we get into that. Why don't you tell the listeners. A little bit about you and your role in the voice industry great so i am the ceo and founder of smart goals. And what we do. Is we create voice apps in the tech space specifically geared toward helping the supporting kids with social emotional learning conversations skills. So we've been doing that. We actually got into it around right before the pandemic on a small team of women got together on very focused. And we're really intentional. When we create those apps because we think about things like fine motor skills. We think about things like reciprocal communication and we think about things like building vocabulary. So it really really intention. We create the apps. That's amazing it's like voice tech- for good yes. Yes yes yes. So we are really excited about it. we partner with schools as well as non profits to kind of get those Apps within the to to the kids who have been need them the most and the one thing that we find that they're fun right. They don't really know that they're learning. So i was really really fun and then it also gives something different from just looking at a screen all day of pink playing a computer game so the people that we partner with a really excited about goes apps created. Yeah what time to launch it is. Everyone is remote learning from home. Now they're looking for tools precisely like what you're offering exactly in the big thing about it. Is that his exposure for us. We understand that yes. Most people have a device on. But they're only using it the weather or directions or to order something and so this exposes the kids to something different especially for those in underserved community who may not have a device at home it gives them extra exposure to understand it. Hey this is something that i can do. Which has led us to start creating courses or classes for young kids so that not only they're exposed to it but also learn how to create apps of their own great all right so i'm really glad to have that background. I'm sure there's you've piqued the interest of a lot of listeners. Who are probably going to check out some articles which will get into it at the end. We'll give give everybody to see. Ta that they can go and check it out today. We're talking about clubhouse. I would say we're clubhouse friends. We've been at a lot of room together. We spoke together on which has been great because we didn't really have any interaction before that maybe a couple of times twitter or something like that but We hadn't had a chance to formally so this is extending it further. We're at the podcast together. I would say someone in the voice industry. Why don't you start out by telling us a little bit about when you joined and what your first experiences were on the on the network so i joined in november. Maybe kind of late november noel. Silver is actually invited me so she myself and another friend of ours. We actually met at the conference in new jersey. The first voice conference there. So that's where we met and we kept in touch on Motive exactly And so that's where we met. She invited myself. And another lady denise to the platform my initial experience was that it was a great place for really rich conversation. So i can just bounce from room to room here with people are saying and joining i likes. I really really enjoy the fact that i can either be just a listener and just soak all the information or i can actually be involved in the conversation and i think that's the point that we miss a lot in that when we're listening you we love podcast but we would love to acts that person who's leading the podcasts or the host to just ask one question so that was the big thing for me and besides not having to get on video all the time so it's always a great bonus but my first day was like a twenty four hour marathon twenty four hours twelve or twelve hour marathon just really feeling the full of a voice what clubhouse actually causes people to feel and But then i kind of sell the into. Where the niche did i wanted to actually start participating in which was tech. I'm still around businesses startups. And so those were the main room said i really gravitated to so it. Sounds like you started out mostly as a listener but you've become increasingly more active. And i think you're you're hosting rooms now. So what did you talk about what your evolution was like. Why you sort of moved to where you are today and how you're using it today. Yes so that was one of our goals would know out in these night got onto. The platform is to educate bis small businesses about voice So obviously we had to get acclimated to the environment. What was going on. But we quickly schedule rome every friday at two central to just have it introduction to 'em where we saw amazon alexa right just as most people know about that missile. We hosted those roads every friday little small sided with a small group than it grew a little bit larger. We don't have large I would say has gotten large over time. But it's not like hundreds and hundreds of people but we often get a lot of people who kinda combat time after time

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Woman fatally shot in Seattle’s Central District

Tom and Curley

00:44 sec | 9 months ago

Woman fatally shot in Seattle’s Central District

"Today. They believe a deadly shooting in the central district. Tuesday was a random attack. Two women were shot one managed to call for help. 11 What is your emergency? My pregnant size of you, my friend to start shot? I don't know where we are We Besides I like three times. One woman died. Officers who arrived on the scene shot the suspect dead. Police have released body cam video of that Cairo seven TVs. Monique Lavin took a look. Police say they heard Morgan fire as they pulled up, You'll hear a warning. And then an explosion of bullets is the suspect appears to point a gun at police. Drop the gun Now what? The door Police later shared a picture of the gun. They say that man was carrying that officer involved. Shooting is under investigation. Yurkiw. A

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Happy Black Girl With Monique Taylor

For Realness Sake

04:28 min | 1 year ago

Happy Black Girl With Monique Taylor

"Hey, it's Kiara. And thanks for tuning into another episode of realistic today. I have a new special guest her name and she is here to talk to us today. So I'm trying this new thing. I'm just really letting the people introduced theirselves. So hey Monique girl. Tell us what's going on. How you doing? I'm doing well. Okay, so, my name is Monique. I yes Seattle Born and Raised on the west coast way. I have to say that I've never met anyone. That was I never met a black girl. Oh with my gun and raised in Seattle like that is odd to me go on. First of all, first of all, we use this song I get that so often in California for a while. Also, I went there for undergrad and people all the time were like just black people in Seattle. Yes. I did not know that not a Where we raised in Seattle did live in California for a little while, but I've been on the west coast my whole life. Yes. What am I doing with my life now? I'm right now. I'm in grad school to get my Master's in higher education also work at a university out here in Seattle academic advisor. I do that by Thursday nights. I operate my fun little Instagram platform have to stop calling a little it's not little a little know so we do is little thank you. Thank you off. But yes, I managed happy black girl, which is curling Instagram platform seemed to be more. Yes, and we are definitely going to get into that y'all I met my wife at my wedding. Actually. She was a wedding guests, press one for her boot and Reese is Dante's Friend. I think Dante has talked about Reese home. Every time he's building the podcast he's mentioned him. So if y'all listen to the past episodes of y'all know who Reese's and Monique was a guess there and you really were super quiet and I was young it was like then and I was like, she's so quiet like she's so quiet and that seems like she was around a whole bunch of people. She didn't know it was like fast, you know, that's all she was easy for me to say like it was my shindig. So but so when I came across your profile, which I think I'm jumping ahead a little bit but when I came across your profile happy girl, and then I realized that it was like you I don't know. We're in a minute. This is something and I was just so excited about it. I watched all your videos and it was like I was meeting you Thursday the 1st. Well, look at that looks like oh this is this is Monique. Okay, I see like what's going on here? Yeah, so that's just quiet girls are not always quiet. Okay, let's just put it like that. And you know, that's really something I'm working to overcome even with this platform cuz I'm like well up here and talk and I'm like people aren't talking words. I say thank you know words. Okay, you got a whole words honestly affirmations and everything. So it's nice to see that sign. So starting off labor been popping off. Each episode would just like a chicken because since I've been so crazy as it is and you live on West Coast is like, I don't know might be something different going over there, but it's a little bit crazy over here. So just like tell us what's going on. How you doing? How you been coping except, you know, I'm doing I'm taking 20/20 week-by-week birth. Decided to have to do with that way because this is your a roller coasters. Okay significant way to from viruses and the West Coast being on fire weeks ago this you know, right now I'm thinking a lot about Nigeria and its upcoming religious and pretty heavy on my heart and prayers thier hashtag and SARS. Yes, but, you know just about the same time focusing on my blessings. I'm really grateful that started a new job this week and being grateful for life lessons. I do still come so, you know, I'm

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"monique" Discussed on For Realness Sake

For Realness Sake

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"monique" Discussed on For Realness Sake

"Hey, it's Kiara. And thanks for tuning into another episode of realistic today. I have a new special guest her name and she is here to talk to us today. So I'm trying this new thing. I'm just really letting the people introduced theirselves. So hey Monique girl. Tell us what's going on. How you doing? I'm doing well. Okay, so, my name is Monique. I yes Seattle Born and Raised on the west coast way. I have to say that I've never met anyone. That was I never met a black girl. Oh with my gun and raised in Seattle like that is odd to me go on. First of all, first of all, we use this song I get that so often in California for a while. Also, I went there for undergrad and people all the time were like just black people in Seattle. Yes. I did not know that not a Where we raised in Seattle did live in California for a little while, but I've been on the west coast my whole life. Yes. What am I doing with my life now? I'm right now. I'm in grad school to get my Master's in higher education also work at a university out here in Seattle academic advisor. I do that by Thursday nights. I operate my fun little Instagram platform have to stop calling a little it's not little a little know so we do is little thank you. Thank you off. But yes, I managed happy black girl, which is curling Instagram platform seemed to be more. Yes, and we are definitely going to get into that y'all I met my wife at my wedding. Actually. She was a wedding guests, press one for her boot and Reese is Dante's Friend. I think Dante has talked about Reese home. Every time he's building the podcast he's mentioned him. So if y'all listen to the past episodes of y'all know who Reese's and Monique was a guess there and you really were super quiet and I was young it was like then and I was like, she's so quiet like she's so quiet and that seems like she was around a whole bunch of people. She didn't know it was like fast, you know, that's all she was easy for me to say like it was my shindig. So but so when I came across your profile, which I think I'm jumping ahead a little bit but when I came across your profile happy girl, and then I realized that it was like you I don't know. We're in a minute. This is something and I was just so excited about it. I watched all your videos and it was like I was meeting you Thursday the 1st. Well, look at that looks like oh this is this is Monique. Okay, I see like what's going on here? Yeah, so that's just quiet girls are not always quiet. Okay, let's just put it like that. And you know, that's really something I'm working to overcome even with this platform cuz I'm like well up here and talk and I'm like people aren't talking words. I say thank you know words. Okay, you got a whole words honestly affirmations and everything. So it's nice to see that sign. So starting off labor been popping off. Each episode would just like a chicken because since I've been so crazy as it is and you live on West Coast is like, I don't know might be something different going over there, but it's a little bit crazy over here. So just like tell us what's going on. How you doing? How you been coping except, you know, I'm doing I'm taking 20/20 week-by-week birth. Decided to have to do with that way because this is your a roller coasters. Okay significant way to from viruses and the West Coast being on fire weeks ago this you know, right now I'm thinking a lot about Nigeria and its upcoming religious and pretty heavy on my heart and prayers thier hashtag and SARS. Yes, but, you know just about the same time focusing on my blessings..

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"monique" Discussed on The Coaches Corner

The Coaches Corner

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"monique" Discussed on The Coaches Corner

"So I am ridiculously excited right now today we have a really special guest who was a student side, the coaches university, and more so than that. So proud of. Everything. She's been through everything she's accomplished and her consistent commitment to. Service. Everything from the branding to the messaging to our consistency of showing up just. Injects me with. More drive. And it's just a great reminder for myself of why I do what I do and why love serving and how powerful coaches can be really impact one coach could make and it's just. If you feel like your circumstances or you have so much against you a truly hope Monique Story Inspires you. She's been through things that. That, not many of us have the pleasure. I do believe it's a gift. Of going through and and Monique's energy is so. It'll infect you and she's going to share with us some of her secrets and really her keys, her nuggets to why she continues to succeed. Even though or even when The world can see it's against us or happening against us when day it's happening for us and we have this beautiful opportunity to overcome our obstacles and Monique did a very beautiful job of that. So really joy this episode connect with Monique, if you can she sure to inspire you an identity day light up your life..

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Training dogs to sniff out COVID-19

The Guardian's Science Weekly

09:28 min | 1 year ago

Training dogs to sniff out COVID-19

"They can sniff out counselors late blood sugar levels in diabetics, drugs, explosive chemicals used in bombs, and as many dog owners know any food in one hundred meter radius. dokes have notorious powerful noses with hundreds of millions of central sceptres that can pick up traces of substances at just one pop trillion. And so now teams around the world from Lebanon to the UK attesting out dog's olfactory abilities when it comes to sniffing out cubic nineteen. One of those putting hounds on the viral hunt is Dominic Cork a professor at the National Veterinary School of. In front first phase is to train the dog to put his nose in coon and sniff. So we knew that if he story then we put some positive sample in this goal and dogs are going to one whole week but they'll in the cones and everything is made as a game I'm Nichole Davis, and this is science weekly. We Got Dominique on the line to ask him a bit more about how you actually train dogs to sniff out a disease. Unfortunately, the audio isn't great so about that but the first question I wanted to ask Monique was exactly when he first decided to ton his dogs noses towards K. Nineteen well, it's I'm a I'm head of a Canine Sports Medicine unit that the vet, school in our fault. And and we are working a lot on working dog I'm also involved in search and rescue dogs instead thirty five years as firefighters. And I've always been working on Doug affection actually. So we also have a big program in the. Vet. School, which is Naza. He's in the goal of the program is to develop the medical detection dogs in in France and so when when the COVID did show up, we had a meeting It was on the ninth of March I remember and. The. First question was, what are we going to use samples? So we checked everything in the graffiti and we saw that the the the sweat under the armpit that would be very few chance of bessie of contamination and actually has no passive condemnation. The dog is not sensible. So we make so that the dogs do not tach at any moment, the samples than we started with such rescue dog from different fire departments. Minute Ducasse what two weeks to consider that it was working in the. And that's what we've been doing for six months. So, let's get to the nuts and bolts here. What is it that the dogs are sniffing Anita? You say you take samples from People's armpits. Similarly, people use an awful lot of deodorants and other toiletries at does that get in the way of things dogs sniffing the virus sniffing the? Effects of the virus when the virus enters add a sale, the viruses replicating also using the Senate. To produce his own proteins he's on molecules and these chemical molecules they have to go out of the buddy. They can go out food the European through the feces for the tears and through the sweat. So that's what the dogs are looking for, and that's been a quite a few studies in the past showing that insalled cultures different virus were producing different others. Let's go nemo. Valetta. Organic compounds. And that's what we are looking for now to answer questions regarding the utterance in perfumes and so on. The key point for these dogs is to have some top quality and fresh positive samples in all the to make the in printing. So we're GONNA need roughly eighteen positive samples that are fresh. We don't rely only on a on A. Positive results also asked samples to hospitals coming from people who have chemical symptoms. The scan that he's typical etcetera etcetera, and if you do it this way while the dogs reading in memory, the specific other and you can put any type of the. or perfume this is not a problem. It would be a problem if the people who are using only one brand of the audience in the same product. But the Zillions of different types of the in perfume. So the only Common Otter, the dogs are finding in the eighty something samples that they are sniffing at the beginning is the the covid and that's what we want to focus on that. Domini, how do you train the dogs I'm what do they do? Once they find a positive sample today sit down or bark or how do they signal that they found something To train, the dogs are using some what we call a faction guns that. Developed that's a good way to not have the dog in contact with the samples and so the first phases to train the dog to put his nose in the cone in sniff, and so we do that too. If he story then we put some positive sample in this in the dogs are going to for one whole week. Now going to put down those in the cones so that the imprinted with the specific honor of the positives and then with more. With some neutral, which means the swabs without anything, and then we put some negative samples and wing prisoner amount of corns. We increase the amount of negative samples. We put some some lines. We've only negatives on the positives and everything is made as a game. In other words, the dog is getting his story when he finds the positive most of the time, we asked the doctor sit in front of the. That's pretty easy to obtain. But if the dog is marking differently barking or scratching or whatever I don't care because it's the important thing is to have the dog marking correct simple. What is important is to keep the motivation of the dog and the motivation of the dog is coming through the interaction with the duck hander and through the fact that he's rewarded when he works good and plays with his a duck handler. Happiness is to keep going for working dogs. A key issue that some skeptics of this approach have raised is that you might be able to tell someone with covert from somebody who doesn't have cable but can you really tell apart someone who has covered from someone who has another virus like flu? For example what do you say to that? We are starting right now to check if the dogs are mocking? Some people with other types of virus infections or other type chronic disease like lung cancers, auditees, and so on. But there has been some studies a lot of studies trying to identify the volatile organic compounds coming from different types of virus that have been put in south counter and each time it shows that the other print of the virus coming from these vetting are any compounds is specific to a virus. Would we see in terms of practical results is that there's a lot of times where the dog has been more accurate than the PCR. We've got some people with negative that were marked by the dogs. Samples were remarkably the dogs we send back the anonymous number of these samples to the hospitals, the remade the PCR, the our positive. We also have some negative people that were marked by the dogs. We have a refugee at ten cases like this where we told the hospital. Okay. These people are positive for us and they couldn't get in touch with these people but these people went back to the hospital a few days later and they were clinically covid nineteen and most of the time they were with digestive simple. You have to keep in mind also that that when you when you look for virus in the nose. You don't look for the virus at the other end of the buddy. Just. How accurate is this at? What kind of results are you getting with dogs? The accuracy of the dogs is measured for two terms of sensitivity which means that the doug doesn't miss some positives and specificity which means deduct doesn't miss some negatives. Sensitivity is the most important and. The values that we obtained are between ninety up to nine hundred, nine point five percent in Dora sensitivity and the specificity is always close to a hundred percent. So this entity is that say ninety five percent while it means that you might have some false positive, but it's no big dipped. One or two percent of positives. The big deal would be to miss some positives and actually this is not something that happens with the dog. So you can take that in any sense results are good as long as the dogs are well trained.

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Bayern, PSG Set for UCL Final Clash

ESPN FC

07:31 min | 1 year ago

Bayern, PSG Set for UCL Final Clash

"We'll start though in the champions they it's the final will wanted PSG will take on by Munich. Be Leon by three goals. So now hey, it's a disgust, the Game Alley Moreno Frank Leboeuf and Craig Burley crank. This was buying far from their swashbuckling best but they got the job done. But you've gotta you know Leon. Shown the the the main street. One of the mainstream is making it difficult for fully opposition. Something really gusty overlooking aid to improve on next year F-. where, they're going to finish league on. But that's what the stall out particularly in as competition the on the counter-attack, the super organized, the aggressive and so I think. Never expected it to be this crazy open game. That Barcelona fine with. So. In that respect, it was understandable but also Leon as you know follows it was no they created chances in the game and and after finishing had been clinical. More interesting. I thought it was professional from bio Munich brought some big boys on from the bench as well. But yeah, they deserve and Leon I'm sure front will agree on. From from a Frenchman can hold the head high for what they've done in this competition. Right. Yeah I'm not disappointed by the result because we all were expecting that to buy in, will win and go and go to the final, but we can be able to be frustrated as a French fans said. About the fact that yacht some chances I think there are more and more chances to school than they had against Manchester. City where they scored three goals but before that magnificent goal from Niagara. I think he. Took A. Big Chance. Said hit the post but well because of the fantastic Noyer Bienne Wearing. Punished where they opened up a little bit too much defensively especially behind the defense. But I agree with with Craig. Is Very. Well organized did everything to to annoy. By Munich, their resume and The physical aspect of their games. And played them in contract that was the only solution for them to be hopeful for better better school. By Munich manage to do everything well for them and and ensured that. They definitely for me the the favorite now and we've talked about maybe after the other segment, it's. Something to to. Four four. Fulbari. Essential. In. The in the perspective of that final, because by monique was very weak at some point defensively, it's really open started this game and it's fair to say, isn't it Ali before mabry scored? It could could've been to. It could've been any this should have been and so really got to see US putting together a game plan for Leon coming into this game and to match you think okay if we can force a turnover an intimate sale and then with one past week in getting behind, we can get the pine behind Doku accompanied by then maybe we get ourselves goal and we make this game a whole lot different a lot more complicated for buying Munich and that's exactly what Happened it's a turnover by the gun, but now it's a through ball in the pie gets around among annoy open goal unable to score and thinking. Okay. Maybe that was a chance. Maybe that was their opportunity. This is what could have changed the game for Leon, but it wasn't just that chance is tall can be had couple more himself where the one in which he somehow goes through the talented gets up left-footed everything to shoot at hits at the post. And its second slater than that. You see every kind of say. All right. Well, you guys miss your chance. We're not gonNA Miss Hours, and here we go. It's all about our talent and what we can do in the attack in half by immunity took over from there but I agree with frank in the sense that you look at via Munich and how vulnerable and file they look sometimes defensively that in that very transition I think Leon looked at it and Say Wait a minute. If we attack the steam, we're GONNA, create chances and in doing so they got themselves a little bit straight down when they got stretch. Then all of a sudden transition going the other way average scores one, and then things just of opened up, and then of course, the second one again on transition down the left hand side, and then from there, it was all over for Leon and by Mimic what were underway how good was that go from? Craig. Yeah I mean he's a special player now isn't it? I mean let's be quite Frank Burrup. You know three or four years ago he wasn't and his career looked zeph it wasn't really happening anywhere an unfair play. You know he's the guy that tell them to around. You know we can take people on and field you can change your core cheese, you can do ever played himself. has turned on his head and and he's just a huge threat. No. Way that it took the goal in terms of the touch how he inside. There was always two or three defenders around him, and then he just made half nothing more halfway yard. Rifle and the top corner is you started so much. These gave confidence. Experience and played such good players around him and he's he's you know as. You ask the coach he's when he was playing back in. England you know ask no online at West Brom really was a player going nowhere not. Far From Levin Dolph Ski who has the first name on the Bion team sheet this guy is not far behind. That's an amazing. At how does this happen? How does he change around so quickly? While I think Sarandon's have to do a lot with it and I am the expectations that are generated by the people around you and when you have a train environment or by Munich where everybody's expected to perform at a high level at all times and when the only expectation for you individually NFC group is you're GonNa win everything that you participate in. Then you'd better show up I think it demanded the best navarine. We have seen the very best of him. Now, this could have gone horribly wrong for him, and then whenever he was asked to give his best well, maybe that wasn't going to be good enough I by Munich and his career was gonna come to an end somewhere out without having achieved the things and now he has opened himself in terms of the chances that he has in front of the things that he can achieve. I think he got to a point in which he needed to answer the call he needed to be the player that. We all thought that he could have been on at, but we didn't see enough of it now that we see the full potential well, then it's it's it. You just have to SORTA asked the question asked to not only the individual players such whenever he had the you get to this point but to the training environment that he was part of before, that couldn't get this side of him. So yes, it is fair to go and ask the world's going on back there and I think you also have to recognize that via Munich have done a wonderful job of putting him in a position in which he can truly showcase his talent and you can. You also have to say to the player. He was a chance. Here's your opportunity take advantage of it and he has gone so such a good job of really showcasing what he is player this year of

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New California Financial Watchdog Would Take Aim At Predatory Lenders Amid Pandemic

NPR's Business Story of the Day

03:16 min | 1 year ago

New California Financial Watchdog Would Take Aim At Predatory Lenders Amid Pandemic

"Millions of Americans who are short of money in the pandemic are vulnerable to scams and predatory loans. California lawmakers want to protect them by creating a new financial protection watchdog agency. They say, they have to do that because the federal government hasn't done its job. NPR's Chris Arnold reports critics say that under the trump administration, the main federal watchdog, the consumer. Financial Protection Bureau has been paralyzed one study. Last year found that it's enforcement activity plunged by eighty percent from two thousand fifteen. We are now as states left to do the Work Ourselves California? Assembly member Monique Lee Mon along with the governor is proposing to create the Department of Financial Protection and invasion. It would give the state broader power to police aggressive debt collectors, predatory loans, and other shady practices limo proposed before the pandemic. But now the timing of it is even more important. You see that at at the California level since Covid we've seen an increase of forty percent consumer complaints and we want to help them. Some of those complaints are about mortgage companies, personal loans, and companies that promise to help people get out of debt. A long list of fair lending and Consumer Protection Groups are backing the proposal. Suzanne MARTINDALE WORKS ON POLICY issues for consumer reports with millions of people. In California alone who filed for unemployment, many people are teetering on the brink of insolvency here. So lonely a risky payday product, aggressive debt collector that can for someone over the edge into poverty into bankruptcy and homelessness at the worst possible time in the middle of a public health crisis. Financial firms usually aren't big fans of more regulation but Beth Mills with the California Bankers Association says, it's okay if the new agency wants to better police some of the banks competitors, she says online lenders, for example, many face much. Looser regulations than the banks do we would welcome greater regulation on them to make sure that we're operating under the same rules. But when it comes to the companies that her group represents, which she says are most of the banks and lenders in the state large and small, we would like to be exempt from the bill because the banks and financial institutions that we represent are very heavily regulated at both state and. Federal Level added appears the financial firms of the ear of some lawmakers. A source close to the legislative negotiations tells NPR that a group of moderate Democrats is pressuring the governor to allow for large carve outs for many companies and that could mean a much weaker watchdog. Richard Cordray is a former director of the federal consumer financial protection. Bureau he's been consulting on the bill and says that would be a big mistake i. Don't think that the legislature should make it hard for consumers to get their money back when they've been victimized by unfair deceptive and abusive practices. Cordray says if it's done, right the new California agency could be a model for other states for how to have a tough financial watchdog agency of their own. But a legislative deadline means the bill has to get passed by the end of the month. There's a key hearing lawmakers.

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Femicide and the Forgotten Women of Juarez with Oz Woloshyn and Monica Ortiz Uribe

Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry

05:43 min | 1 year ago

Femicide and the Forgotten Women of Juarez with Oz Woloshyn and Monica Ortiz Uribe

"For nearly thirty years, women in the Mexican border city of Juarez. have been disappearing many of them turning up dead in mass graves. We. Don't know who the killers are very few have been charged and fewer convicted. My guest this week. Our odds volition and Monica Ortiz Rebbe. Of the amazing podcast forgotten the women of what is the final episode two, which is now available, they are incredible journalists with an infuriating story to tell. If! You've ever been to war with disposing of bodies, Israelis. You don't have to dig to her dirt. You're digging through saying. Just across the bridge from El Paso Texas, hundreds of young women have been tanning up dead in Juarez Mexico. Many artists covered in mass graves. Some have strange symbols coughed. Some. have their hands bound with shoelaces? And? Everyone from the families of the victims to the United States. FBI has tried to uncover who is behind these crimes. But one thing is clear. The crimes are connected. They're not just random victims. The women were picked. They were selected I mean there could be an abduction in broad daylight. No one saw it. No one talked about it. These are like ghosts. The numbers started to rise, and then a lot of theories were floated up the gangs serial murder. The cartels organ traffickers the possibility of some sort of strange devil worship. It's been fifteen years since I first heard about these murders, and I've been haunted ever since. How is it possible? These crimes remain unsolved on journey to find out we talk to victims, families FBI agents and a psychologist who claims the new one of the culprits. We visit, the site of one of the mass graves and traveled to a dangerous part downtown. Where many of the women disappeared? I Voloshin, I'm one of the hosts of Forgotten Women of Juarez. The podcast explores what happens when this become targets, and when the judiciary is compromised, I'm fighting for bust institutions and freedom of speech. Sorry, not sorry I'm Monique, our three, they co host of the podcast forgotten. The women of what is I believe workers everywhere should earn a fair wage and women ought to live free from violence Nazari Period I. WanNa give the listeners some back story on what's happening in Juarez. How many women have gone missing in the crimes not being? Even really investigated by authorities and then go into why you felt it was important to do. The podcast I first started working on this podcast of several trips to the Texas Mexico border specifically El Paso Texas and In Mexico. And it took me several trips before I learned something that everybody in the region knows, which is that? Since the early nineteen nineties, hundreds of women have turned up dead in Horace, and many of them met incredibly brutal fates, which was evident from that bodies when they were discovered. That been five mass graves of Women Discovering Juarez since nineteen ninety five. And yet, all of this was happening right across the border from one of America's safest cities, a prosperous suburban Texans city, and so I was just very curious. How could this be happening? How could the crimes not be solved? And it ended up being this journey with Monica that open up. All kinds of other questions particularly learn things like the FBI had tried to solve the crimes, not once not twice, but three times. When the mass grave was discovered, and suspects confessed harder Crawford was the FBI special agent in charge of El Paso. Is Office was just a few miles away from the site. The mass grave and he taken a special interest in the murders of women in Juarez and was following this case closely as a potential breakthrough. You could sense that the pressure was mounting. Political pressure public pressure international pressure. The families and relatives and friends of the disappeared. Women were allowed. Those women would hold use. Mourning the deaths and George attention to that. That was huge. There was all kinds of attention from the international press. People like Jennifer Lopez. Eve ensler involved and yet these crimes remain stubbornly unsolved wasn't clear. Who was killing these hundreds of women, and why and it was a story of vulnerability, but also a story of the deep paradox irony of the border that many of these women were working in factories, which were American owned could see across the border into a Passo a city of. A Fred safety enormous safety by comparison and that Alpes Owens could see back into war as many of them had relatives there many of them. Have Friends there and yet. Those this seeming inability to do anything and that struck me as something which was I had to know more

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California judge allows Mo'Nique's discrimination lawsuit against Netflix

Colleen and Bradley

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

California judge allows Mo'Nique's discrimination lawsuit against Netflix

"Judge is given Monique the okay to proceed with her racial and gender bias lawsuit to getting that against Netflix when he claims the $500,000 she was first offered by Netflix in 2017 for a stand up special was not just an insult but also illegal. The suit cites tens of millions of dollars reportedly paid to the likes of Ricky Gervase L, a generous Chris Rock and a shirt fell for their Netflix specials. Nick's lawyer told the Hollywood reporter yesterday. Quote today's ruling is an important victory for Hollywood talent, who, just like all other workers need protections against retaliation if they raise concerns about pay discrimination during the hiring process.

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Improve Brain Health

The Daily Meditation Podcast

05:19 min | 1 year ago

Improve Brain Health

"I'm Mary. Mickley and I wonder how you are doing this week. I hope you are noticing. How your heart feels win, you encounter stress. When you encounter joy. When you encounter the wide range of emotions, we all experience. D Today. In today's episode, we continue with our heart rain series. Where you are discovering. How to manage the health of your heart and brain? They are so interconnected. In, fact I was doing a little research for this series and I came across an article by Harvard Health Publishing. This is an article by Dr Monique Tello. It's titled Green. Health rests on heart. Health guidelines for lifestyle changes. And she starts off the article. Talking about how? Right now the world is experiencing an epidemic. That is projected to get much much worse. When I read that I thought she was talking about the coronavirus pandemic. We are experiencing. I read further and she is actually talking about an epidemic of dementia. Of affecting fifty million people. And millions more. Of their caregivers Dr Tallow goes on to say that. These staggering numbers are projected to triple by twenty fifty. So in this pandemic. We are all experiencing. There's this epidemic of dementia which stress contributes to so what we're experiencing now. Is Not likely helping to improve our odds. To battle dementia. Dementia is a progressive heartbreaking deterioration of brain functioning. Associated with aging. And there are different causes of dementia, the most common Alzheimer's and Vascular Dementia Cz. Are, now thought to be closely related to and impacted. By this same diet and lifestyle factors that you follow for your heart. So you. Heard. Physical exercise such as hundred and fifty minutes per week is one of the number one ways to combat dementia and also to protect your heart health. Eating a plant based Diet in this article. Dr Tallow explains is crucial. She says there's so much substantial research showing that eating a diet high in fruits, vegetables and whole grains, which includes some healthy fats and seafood is associated with a significantly lower risk of cognitive decline and dementia and also heart disease. So. Think about your diet and the amount of. You're getting. These are also great lifestyle changes. We can make to improve our odds if we happen to contract the corona virus. It's also recommended to quit smoking and to minimize alcohol. Use especially if you already experience cognitive concerns. So how is heart health related to cognitive health? It has to do. With conditions that clog the arteries of the heart. They also clog arteries of the rest of the body including your brain. So it all boils down to damage of the arteries. The blood vessels that are critical blood, flow and oxygen delivery to the organs. Reducing stress and making sure that you have positive relationships in your mind. In fact, there's other research that shows that. Your relationship are pivotal to your heart health and your brain health especially romantic relationships. If you're married or have a partner. These significant relationships in our lives impact our heart and brain health greatly. So take care. Of Your heart and your mind. By eating well, exercising by staying away from alcohol and smoking. And reducing stress and improving your relationships.

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"monique" Discussed on Transcaster Radio

Transcaster Radio

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"monique" Discussed on Transcaster Radio

"And enjoy the series. A trance gasometers today I have Monique Fun tain a thirty four year old Trans Woman of color who currently lives in New York City and has for the past twelve years. She is a full-time makeup artist at Sephora Monique is very open about being trans and has been blessed to have some incredible people in her life. She uses her platform as an openly trans woman to empower other human beings to be the best versions of themselves. This is her sane and I absolutely love it. She says live love and be proud of who you are. Hey, Monique! How are you today? I'm great. How are you? I am fantastic. Thank you for being here on this Kinda mid morning timeframe. Thank you for having me I'm really blessed to be here. Thank you. Yeah, so we were actually just talking about the weather N-. How you guys are about twenty degrees difference than us right now in New York City so. But, so let's get right into our topic today. What does what does pride mean to you? Cried mean to me the ability to be who you want and to be happy and to live judgment free. Being prideful is being feeling empowered and living your life the best ability that you can. You know not. China not to come to other people's negative. Negative thoughts about you in judgment and. Just being you and your authentic. About. Has has the PRI- changed for you since your transition? no, I think my pride. Grill I venture conditioning for many years I came out as trans when I was. Big Fan of seventeen And five giving money for quite some time, it's been evolution of different you know. Names that but I've monique than forever. I have it tattooed.

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"monique" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

13:37 min | 1 year ago

"monique" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Sound awful to lines tonight now and let's go right to the phones Monique in someone Californians with a sound off Monique and I'm not gonna take it anymore so well I have a couple things on my mind but that's the main thing is I wanted to ask your guest what can we do about the fact that the internet is censoring so many people from giving the truth I mean I have a long list of people who have had their content taken down some of them for just mentioning five G. Dr Rashid a blue car David I learned in real then we have nurses who have spoken out the end people going around schools these have been taken out yeah I mean this is happening on YouTube on Facebook and linkedin on Dropbox on emails you had a guest Dr Judy may give it exactly in that right well she was the subject of the movie the documentary plan dammit that documentary has been grounded on the internet now if the powers that be you are so fearful or did they think that she's not giving correct information then they can just tell her but as far as I know you can't do someone if they're telling the truth so I mean it's it's frustrating and it's a sign of the internet is out of control right now with with them schooling notes and trying to take off all this material it's crazy yeah I mean Google if you put in five G. dangers nothing will come up on top you have to keep going and going and put different words in there I'm glad that you had as her I heard a commercial for DuckDuckGo dot com I'm using that you can find things if you if you go on there I know that there is a lawsuit by another guest that you had I won't mention his name but he is the founder of the A. I. organization and he he did that back in December and then I think Google is facing but this was before the whole coronavirus situations they're facing an anti trust lawsuit I mean basically I think they have an algorithm on whoever is paying the more that's what's popping up and as far as I also Facebook gives twenty five million dollars to news outlet right when this pandemic hit yet they're the ones that are censoring the most I mean they censored content that came right from the department of defense website that states that in twenty twenty one they're ordering hundred million pre filled the ranges whatever vaccine there is going to be with an optional GPS tracking on it this is what it's all website so I'm I'm I'm in you know I'm not gonna take it anymore I mean how can we prevent this well let me ask let me ask you let me ask you a devil's advocate question for second do you agree that there's a lot of fake news out there on the internet to I believe some people have taken advantage of it but I will have to say from what I have seen I have our through about two months worth of content I thought I was going to get my my place clean and get a lot of things done for me but not been looking so I would I personally feel that maybe twenty at the most thirty percent is based but even that I mean maybe there's some things some things that have been taken down but I would say I would say that even if there is a little bit of untruth because they didn't know what they were talking about or what not I would say the majority of their content what is true and the most maddening one eight the CBS did you hear about that yeah absolutely see what what I wouldn't mind is if the internet providers would put a little disclaimer under some of the stories that they think might be fake news rather than take it off just say something like check your sources were not sure about the the honesty of the or integrity of this statement I wouldn't mind that would you that will be fine as opposed to taking it off all together exactly it makes it really bad looking the other thing that I wanted to mention since you're talking about the spooky things is and again I will mention his name but you guys mentioned him tonight I don't understand why this triple sticks and this quadruple six keeps coming up with him his name and computer code I would ask here's something like that I can't pronounce it right but his name equals out to triple six R. yeah it does you can look that up then you have your H. R. quadruple stacks that in you know pending to be passed on the contact tracing there you have his business who has a yeah I've had in the last six digits are zero six zero six zero six and that's for crypto currency which using body activity data plan whatever that means well you know as you know morning because I don't believe in coincidences but the sounds something biblical doesn't it they were also going to take your text and tweets for the remainder of the night as well Tom's got some back in LA what do you have time is a really interesting one Hey George I hear everyone complained about the news and social media but when does it become an issue of personal responsibility and just not listening to what is put out well unfortunately a lot of people will listen and believe I've got a dear friend of mine who listens to coach the coach religiously Tom but he tends to believe everything he sees on Facebook or the internet right and he'll send me these little clips and I've got to send back a note saying this is real this is not this is real this is not there we got a group of doctors who are protesting the lockdown that's real that's a real story he's got a good point just like the moniker of the show we put it out there we don't tell you what to believe so when does it become your responsibility just to not believe it turn off the TV not listen to these fake numbers or this fake news well and the one thing the end then this is the premise of coast to coast and it's always been this way since way before me in and that was give people the information some of the guests are outrageous we know that but there's always that little possibility of me being there right yes they might be right that is true you know so find that out of time that's right so keep it keep the techs are flowing portion okay let's go to Florida juries with us on coast to coast say jury welcome to the program and your engine I wanted to get real serious for a second and remind everybody what Thomas Jefferson said the literally must be it must be refreshing from time to time with the blood of patriots and tyrants unlike he did say that he did say that unfortunately if I put it in layman's terms that means we're gonna have to hurt each other you get it right see I think jury we can get this done without hurting each other I I really do and I think they're a group of people that have taken advantage of a very serious situation and you know we were one of the first in the country to report on this virus when it was just starting to happen in China nobody knew what was going to end up being water wise said spread worldwide like fire but when we heard that little tiny story that somebody had contracted this thing from a snake or a bath yep that wet food markets in Wuhan and we ran that story that night and then the next day I said you know what there's a viral lab in Wuhan this doesn't sound normal to me it's it's got these possibilities that these were made in a lab and then I heard a story that some of the lab workers that were playing with the corona virus on snakes and bats sold those animals to that market that made sense it was a bizarre situation and inst to this day I'm I'm actually in shock that this thing has spread as fast as it has you're a lot of inconsistencies of course I think god as we've talked about a lot of people have died from other reasons and they just put down coronavirus on it but it's going to pass squall in Santa Monica California pass squall welcome to the program Florida gov bless you thank you so much for taking my call I wanted to mention something that we haven't talked about yet have you heard of professor Boyle I think I'm saying his name right the man that sponsored the bio weapons act yes okay I saw the spirit did a great interview with them and he mentioned that this French noble prize winner determined there were in the irises were genetically engineer and and the you know the change in function to make a more lethal but he also said they put nine Oak Park particles in there now professor Boyle thinks that was to make them lighter so that they would float near and long and and contaminate more people but you know lever remember neighbor Charles lever that was arrested a few months ago well I I did a little googling and he has a a foundation and then explains he does a lot with nano technology he's an expert in five G. is five G. wave lunch but his specialty is not technology and and the article they say he he was hired by the well known universe who will Hine university to do to make little nano wires but I think he was working the SEC one I know is about one tenth the size of an average virus so what I'm getting at is I think it's a lot more diabolical what's really going on George I'm I'm fifty fifty as to whether it was let out on purpose or not but I do believe that the that the deep state is international and there's a I believe the the virus has metal particles they're going to want to give his vaccines with nanoparticles and then the five G. wavelengths I think they're going to try to there is a possibility I mean I'm not a scientist but my theory is there is a connection we're not hearing anybody talk about it and five G. does do something with oxygen and so does this virus it may contribute to it absolutely pass well that's a that's a very strong possibility and the fact that you believe it was concocted in a laboratory and I do too and so many other people are beginning to think that as well I think this is overwhelms people hospitals the medical community researchers I don't think anybody saw this coming in terms of those that are out in the public site the people behind the scenes of course they've known about it and they must be shaking their heads in closed door meetings going my god we really gave three point seven million dollars to this war on viral lab what are we thinking and I think they were bearish they don't know what to say and they don't know how to handle it Kathleen's with us in Alberta Canada welcome to the program hi Kath welcome to the show what's up are you and I it's not gonna take it anymore either good for you stand your ground I can't believe it one thing I'm glad about is that trump card in down there well yeah what's going on what's going on in Cuba what's going on in Canada right now with this what's going on in Canada we were just coming out of quarantine well you are coming out of like back in February early February when we were all freaking out about his firing and I'm like a normal flu we gotta protect like I I have a compromised immune system is that star that I take great so I'm one of the people in.

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"monique" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

13:16 min | 1 year ago

"monique" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"In order with you sound awful open lines tonight now and let's go right to the phones Monique in someone Californians with a sound off Monique thank you know I'm not gonna take it anymore your so well I have a couple things on my mind is that the main thing is I wanted to ask your guests what can we do about the fact that the internet is censoring so many people from giving the truth I mean I have a long list of people who have had their content taken down some of them were just mentioning five G. Dr Rashid a blue car David I learned in real and we have nurses who have spoken out at people going around schools these have been taken out I mean this is happening on YouTube on Facebook and linked in on Dropbox on via email you have a guest Dr Judy make of it yeah exactly not right well he was the subject of the movie the documentary plan dammit that documentary has been groped on the internet now if the powers that be you are so your full or did they think that she's not giving correct information then they know her but as far as I know you can't do someone if they're telling the truth so I mean it's it's frustrating and it's the inside of the internet is out of control right now with with them schooling at and trying to take off all this material it's crazy yeah I mean Google if you put in five G. dangers nothing will come up on top you have to keep going and going and yelling you gotta put different words in there I'm glad that you had as her I heard a commercial for DuckDuckGo dot com I'm using that you can find things if you if you go on there I know that there is a lawsuit by another guest that you had I won't mention his name but he is the founder of the A. I. organization and he he did that back in December and then I think Google is facing but this was before the whole corona virus situation they're facing an anti trust lawsuit I mean basically I think they have an algorithm on whoever is paying the more that's what's popping up and as far as I also Facebook gives twenty five million dollars huge news outlet right when this pandemic hit yet they're the ones that are censoring the most I mean they censored content that came right from the department of defense website that states that in twenty twenty one they're ordering hundred million pre filled syringes with whatever vaccine there is going to be with an optional GPS tracking on it this is what it's all website so I'm I'm I'm in you know I'm not gonna take it anymore I mean how can we prevent this well let me ask let me ask you let me ask you a devil's advocate question for second do you agree that there's a lot of fake news out there on the internet too I believe some people have taken advantage of it but I will have to say from what I have seen I have powered through about two months worth of content I thought I was going to get my my place clean and get a lot of things done for me but now that that's been looking well I would I personally feel that maybe twenty at the most thirty percent is eight but even things that I mean maybe there's some things some things that have been taken down but I would say I would say that even if there is a little bit of untruth because they didn't know what they were talking about or what not I would say the majority of their content what is true and the most maddening one eight the CBS did you hear about that yeah absolutely see what what I wouldn't mind is if the internet providers would put a little disclaimer under some of the stories that they think might be fake news rather than take it off just say something like check your sources were not sure about the you know the honesty of a or integrity of this statement I wouldn't mind that would you that will be fine as opposed to taking it off all together exactly it just makes it really bad looking the other thing that I wanted to mention since you're talking about the spooky thing is and again I will mention his name but you guys mentioned him tonight I don't understand why this triple six and this quadruple six keeps coming up with him his name and computer code I would ask your something like that I can't pronounce it right but his name equals out you triple sex then R. yeah it does you can look that up then you have your H. R. quadruple stacks that in you know pending to be passed on the contract three things that you have his business who has a I've had in the last six digits are zero six zero six zero six and that's for crypto currency which using body activity data plan whatever that means well you know as you know morning because I don't believe in coincidences but the sound something biblical doesn't it they were also going to take your text and tweets for the remainder of the night as well Tom's got some back in LA what do you have time is a really interesting one Hey George I hear everyone complained about the news and social media but when does it become an issue of personal responsibility and just not listening to what is put out well unfortunately a lot of people will listen and believe I've got a dear friend of mine who listens to coast to coast religiously Tom but he tends to believe everything he sees on Facebook or the internet right and he'll send me these little clips and I've got to send back a note saying this is real this is not this is real this is not there we got a group of doctors who are protesting the lockdown that's real that's a real story he's got a good point just like the moniker of the show we put it out there we don't tell you what to believe so when does it become your responsibility just to not believe it turn off the TV not listen to these fake numbers or this fake news well end of the one thing that in the end this is the premise of coast to coast and it's always been this way since way before me in and that was give people the information some of the guests are outrageous we know that but there's always that little possibility of me being at the right they might be right that is true you know showing that all the time that's right so keep it keep the texts are flowing portion okay let's go to Florida juries with us on coast to coast to a jury welcome to the program thank you and your engine one of the get real serious for a second and remind everybody what Thomas Jefferson said the tree of liberty must be it must be refreshing from time to time with the blood of patriots and tyrants unlike he did say that he did say that unfortunately if I put it in layman's terms that means we're gonna have to hurt each other you get it right see I think jury we can get this done without hurting each other I I really do and I think they're a group of people that have taken advantage of a very serious situation and you know we were one of the first in the country to report on this virus when it was just starting to happen in China nobody knew what was going to end up being what it wise said spread worldwide like fire but when we heard that little tiny story that somebody had contracted this thing from a snake or a bath yep that wet food markets in Wuhan and we ran that story that night and then the next day I said you know what there's a viral lab in Wuhan this doesn't sound normal to me it's it's got these possibilities that these were made in a lab and then I heard a story that some of the lab workers that were playing with the corona virus on snakes and bats sold those animals to that market that made sense it was a bizarre situation and inst to this day I'm I'm actually in shock that this thing has spread as fast as it has a year a lot of inconsistencies of course I think god as we've talked about a lot of people have died from other reasons and they just put down coronavirus on it let's go to pass squall in Santa Monica California pass squall welcome to the program sure god bless you thank you so much for taking my call I wanted to mention something that we haven't talked about yet have you heard of professor Boyle I think I'm saying his name right the man that sponsored the bio weapons act yes okay I saw the spirit did a great interview with them and he mentioned that this French noble prize winner determined there were the irises were genetically engineer and and the you know the change in function to make a more lethal but he also said they put nine Oak Park particles in there now professor Boyle thinks that was to make them lighter so that they would float near long and and contaminate more people but you know lever remember neighbor Charles Lieber that was arrested a few months ago well I I did a little googling and he has the a foundation and it explains he does a lot with nano technology is an expert in five G. is five G. wavelengths but his specialty is not technology and and the article they say he he was hired by the wound on universe we'll we'll hang your diversity to do to make little nano wires but I think he was working the SEC one nine oh is about one tenth the size of an average virus so what I'm getting at is I think it's a lot more diabolical what's really going on George I'm I'm fifty fifty as to whether it was let out on purpose or not but I do believe that the that the deep state is international and there's a I believe that the virus has metal particles they're going to want to give his vaccines would not particles and then the five G. wavelengths I think they're going to try to there's a possibility I'm I mean I'm not a scientist but my theory is there is a connection we're not hearing anybody talk about it and five G. does do something with oxygen and so does this virus it may contribute to it absolutely pass well that's a that's a very strong possibility and the fact that you believe it was concocted in a laboratory and I do too and so many other people are beginning to think that as well I think this is overwhelm people hospitals the medical community of researchers I don't think anybody saw this coming in terms of those that are out in the public site the people behind the scenes of course they've known about it and they must be shaking their heads in closed door meetings going my god we really gave three point seven million dollars to this war on viral lab what are we thinking and I think they're embarrassed they don't know what to say and they don't know how to handle it Kathleen's with us in Alberta Canada welcome to the program hi Kath hi George welcome to the show what's up I'm not a tax you and I not gonna take it anymore either good for you stand your ground I can't believe it one thing I'm glad about is that trump card in down there well yeah what's going on what's going on and what what's going on in Canada right now with this what's going on in Canada we were just coming out of quarantine you are coming out of like back in February early February when we were all freaking out about the firing and I'm like normal lives we gotta protect like I I have a compromised immune system it's the best drug that I take right I'm one of the people in.

Monique
"monique" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

12:32 min | 1 year ago

"monique" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"With you sound awful open lines tonight now and let's go right to the phones Monique and the Sunland Californians with a sound off Monique thank you know I'm not gonna take it anymore your so well I have a couple things on my mind is that the main thing is I wanted to ask your guests what can we do about the fact that the internet is censoring so many people from giving the truth I mean I have a long list of people who have had their content taken down some of them purchase mentioning five G. Dr rishi Dave new car David I learned in real and we have nurses who have spoken out at people going around schools these have been taken out I mean this is happening on YouTube on Facebook and linked in on Dropbox on via email you have a guest Dr Judy make of it yeah exactly not right well he was the subject of the movie the documentary plan dammit that documentary has been groped on the internet now if the powers that be you are so fearful or did they think that she's not giving correct information then they can tell her but as far as I know you can't do someone if they're telling the truth so I mean it's it's frustrating and it's the inside of the internet is out of control right now with with them schooling at and trying to take off all this material it's crazy yeah I mean Google if you put in five G. dangers nothing will come up on top you have to keep going and going and yelling you gotta put different words in there I'm glad that you had as her I heard a commercial for DuckDuckGo dot com I'm using that you can find things if you if you go on there I know that there is a lawsuit by another guest that you had I won't mention his name but he is the founder of the A. I. organization and he he did that back in December and then I think Google is facing but this was before the whole corona virus situation they're facing an anti trust lawsuit I mean basically I think they have an algorithm on whoever is paying the more that's what's popping up and as far as I also Facebook gives twenty five million dollars huge news outlet right when this pandemic hit yet they're the ones that are censoring the most I mean they censored content that came right from the department of defense website that states that in twenty twenty one they're ordering hundred million pre filled syringes with whatever vaccine there is going to be with an optional GPS tracking on it this is what it's all website so I'm I'm I'm in you know I'm not gonna take it anymore I mean how can we prevent this well let me ask let me ask you let me ask you a devil's advocate question for second do you agree that there's a lot of fake news out there on the internet too I believe some people have taken advantage of it but I will have to say from what I have seen I have our through about two months worth of content I thought I was going to get my my place clean and get a lot of things done for me but now that that's been looking well I would I personally feel that maybe twenty at the most thirty percent is fate but even things that I mean maybe there's some things some things that have been taken down but I would say I would say that even if there is a little bit of untruth because they didn't know what they were talking about or what not I would say the majority of their content what is true and the most maddening one eight the CBS did you hear about that yeah absolutely see what what I wouldn't mind is if the internet providers would put a little disclaimer under some of the stories that they think might be fake news rather than take it off just say something like check your sources were not sure about the you know the honesty of a or integrity of this statement I wouldn't mind that would you that will be fine as opposed to taking it off all together exactly it just makes it really bad looking the other thing that I wanted to mention since you're talking about the spooky thing is and again I will mention his name but you guys mentioned him tonight I don't understand why this triple six and the quadruple six keeps coming up with him his name and computer code and what is the adherence and something like that I can't pronounce it right but his name equals out to triple six R. yeah it does you can look that up then you have your H. R. quadruple stacks that in you know pending to be passed on the contract three things that you have his business who has a I've had in the last six digits are zero six zero six zero six and that's for crypto currency which using body activity data plan whatever that means well you know as you know morning because I don't believe in coincidences but the sounds something biblical doesn't it they were also going to take your text and tweets for the remainder of the night as well Tom's got some back in LA what do you have time is a really interesting one Hey George I hear everyone complained about the news and social media but when does it become an issue of personal responsibility and just not listening to what is put out well unfortunately a lot of people will listen and believe I've got a dear friend of mine who listens to coast to coast religiously Tom but he tends to believe everything he sees on Facebook or the internet right and he'll send me these little clips and I've got to send back a note saying this is real this is not this is real this is not there we got a group of doctors who are protesting the lockdown that's real that's a real story he's got a good point just like the moniker of the show we put it out there we don't tell you what to believe so when does it become your responsibility just to not believe it turn off the TV not listen to these fake numbers or this fake news well end of the one thing the end then this is the premise of coast to coast and it's always been this way since way before me in and that was give people the information some of the guests are outrageous we know that but there's always that little possibility of me being there right yes may be they might be right that is true you know so find out all the time that's right so keep it keep the texts are flowing force okay let's go to Florida juries with us on coast to coast to a jury welcome to the program and your engine one of the get real serious for a second and remind everybody what Thomas Jefferson said the tree of liberty must be it must be refreshing from time to time with the blood of patriots and tyrants unlike he did say that he did say that unfortunately if I put it in layman's terms that means we're gonna have to hurt each other you get it right see I think jury we can get this done without hurting each other I I really do and I think they're a group of people that have taken advantage of a very serious situation and you know we were one of the first in the country to report on this virus when it was just starting to happen in China nobody knew what was gonna end up being water wise said spread worldwide like fire but when we heard that little tiny story that somebody had contracted this thing from a snake or a bath yep that wet food markets in Wuhan and we ran that story that night and then the next day I said you know what there's a viral lab in Wuhan this doesn't sound normal to me it's it's got these possibilities that these were made in a lab and then I heard a story that some of the lab workers that were playing with the corona virus on snakes and bats sold those animals to that market that made sense it was a bizarre situation and inst to this day I'm I'm actually in shock that this thing has spread as fast as it has not yet a lot of inconsistencies of course I think god as we've talked about a lot of people have died from other reasons and they just put down coronavirus on it what's gonna pass squall in Santa Monica California pass squall welcome to the program sure god bless you thank you so much for taking my call I wanted to mention something that we haven't talked about yet have you heard of professor Boyle I think I'm saying his name right the man that sponsored the bio weapons act yes okay I saw spear did a great interview with them and he mentioned that this French noble prize winner determined there were the irises were genetically engineer and and the you know the change in function to make a more lethal but he also said they put nah I know part particles in there now professor Boyle thinks that was to make them lighter so that they would float near long and and contaminate more people but you know lever remember neighbor Charles Lieber that was arrested a few months ago well I I did a little googling and he has the a foundation and it explains he does a lot with nano technology is an expert in five G. is five G. wavelengths but his specialty is not technology and and the article they say he he was hired by the wound on universal well hi university to do to make little nano wires but I think he was working the SEC one nine oh is about one tenth the size of an average virus so what I'm getting at is I think it's a lot more diabolical what's really going on George I'm I'm fifty fifty as to whether it was let out on purpose or not but I do believe that the that the deep state is international and there's a I believe the the virus has metal particles they're going to want to give his vaccines with nano particles and then the five G. wave lands I think they're going to try to there's a possibility I'm I mean I'm not a scientist but my theory is there is a connection we're not hearing anybody talk about it and five G. does do something with oxygen and so does this virus it may contribute to it absolutely pass well that's a that's a very strong possibility and the fact that you believe it was concocted in a laboratory and I do too and so many other people are beginning to think that as well I think this is overwhelm people hospitals the medical community of researchers I don't think anybody saw this coming in terms of those that are out in the public side of the people behind the scenes of course they've known about it and they must be shaking their heads in closed door meetings going my god we really gave three point seven million dollars to this war on viral lab what are we thinking and I think there were bearish they don't know what to say and they don't know how to handle it.

Monique
"monique" Discussed on Fanm on Films

Fanm on Films

06:47 min | 1 year ago

"monique" Discussed on Fanm on Films

"A blast chiding with filmmakers and creatives. Let the show begin. Welcome everyone this ella. And this is martine and we are fum on films and today. We have a special guest with us. Dr monique morris who is a scholar activists author and also a filmmaker. She has written the book. Push out which is now also documentary by the same name Which is about violence and the criminalization of young girls particularly in schools. Welcome dr morris. Thank you so much for being on the show with us thank you. I'm so happy to be here. Well your documentary. Really hit accord with me watching it especially as a black woman. I really resonated with a lot of the stories the girls were telling and i think it's so interesting that these are stories that may shock some people they may not realize that this is actually happening to black girl. So i'm curious to know what brought you to this work and what propels you to write the book and then produced the documentary. Thank you for that question you know for a long time. I was one of a few women in public spaces that challenged our nation to see black girls in the conversation about school but we were calling the school to prison pipeline and the ways in which young people are being sorta groomed in educational spaces for future contact with the juvenile court of criminal. Legal system It was really important for me to ensure that black girls were a part of this conversation because when we looked at data we saw that black girls were not only experiencing some of these sort of piecemeal ways in which they were showing up in news articles about a six year old girl in one community being arrested or a seven year old girl in another community being handcuffed or the countless girls that we might see when we move into schools being suspended expelled or sort of moved into punitive discipline without. They're really being a connection between all of these incidents and it was really important. You know when when i started to look at the data to understand that these were not just isolated incidents but actually part of a pattern across the country that were rendering black girls as more vulnerable to being in contact with the juvenile court of criminal legal system and so when i looked at the data and it showed that you black girls were the only group of girls that were experiencing the exclusionary discipline At every educational level so from pre k. through high school as well as across the entire disciplined spectrum. So everything from in school suspensions to out of school. Suspensions arrests referrals to law enforcement corporal punishment. All those things. You really just was reason for me to sound the alarm and to work with black girls to help tell the story Not only what was happening in their lives but also to better understand how we could impact their lives in a much more positive way. I think what you're looking at in researching what you've research. What you've uncovered is something that we as black women. No as an experience that we have. But i am. There's a reputation there that precedes us in some of the people that you interview in your documentary talk about sort of the reputation of black girls and even you said you know the one you ask. The one student is your teacher afraid of you and she said yes but she chuckled and myself having worked in jails and juvenile halls with young men was always told before i actually worked with young women. I was always told about young girls. Oh you don't wanna work there. Girls are like tougher than the guys that and so there's a certain reputation that precedes them. And i guess that certainly impacts how they see themselves in how other people see them no question. We talk in the film and i talked to push out the book. You know the the film is actually based on two of my books based on push out as well as singer dance blues education for the liberation of black and brown girls which delves into responses that schools are making to address this issue In a positive way but you know for a long time. That's what we repeatedly heard for those of us who are moving in and out of Schools and detention centers is. You don't wanna work with the girls girls manipulative. The girls Will be a harder case. Load you know like everybody who is in probation with try to say. I don't want the girls case load. I don't wanna be in there working with the girls. Meanwhile there was as discussion in the public domain. Where folks were saying. The girls are fine. We really need to focus on the boys right. It needs to be on the boys. And i was like this doesn't make any sense. How can we be saying on one in with the girls who are systems involved that they are the hardest to work with and on the other end saying that we don't need their investment at all or they don't deserve our investment at all. It didn't make any sense. And so you know in many ways. What we've tried to do with the film was captured. Why it is that people somehow perceive black girls as being this hard to work with population. How it is that their identities have been shaped by historical narratives that inform how we understand feminity and their expressions of it in their childhood. How it is that we come to reconcile our own biographies when we're working with an engaging with these beautiful black girls and so what we talk about. Is this concept of adult vacation or in my book. I talk about it as age compression and the georgetown center on poverty and inequality Released a study. That found that black girls were disproportionately seen as older than they actually are at an earlier age so they are perceived as more adult like Which means that. They are believed to need less nurturing less protection that they are believed to know more about adult topics than their white counterparts at earlier ages and informs how patient we are as adults with young people and also what responses we render to their behaviors when we think they're out of line and so we talk about this concept of adult vacation in the way that it informs how adults will see our girls whether we see them as girls whether we proceed them as automatically suspect whether we engage with them as individuals who are still learning or if we engage with them as people who should know better and so. It's really important part of the conversation because it doesn't form so much of how schools than respond to young people particularly black girls may exhibit some problematic behavior but behavior that they would see in another child as you know part of their atmosphere right or or even if it's not okay..

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"monique" Discussed on The CheapWineFinder Podcast

The CheapWineFinder Podcast

09:32 min | 1 year ago

"monique" Discussed on The CheapWineFinder Podcast

"Coming at you in lockdown as usual. They didn't take away IRA booze so we have wind today and we have another one. We put on cheap wine. Finer DOT COM. This one is six ninety nine wine from trader Joe's It's produced For them by the central coast wine warehouse. Which has been making wine for trader? Joe's just as bad as long as Bronco wines who make two Buck Chuck. Hab and this one is a very pretty labeled Scott Monique Sellers savion blocked Monique to the Bibliotheque. It basically I think that's my French in high school actually. I didn't take French in high school. But it's got a beautifully covered with flowers. It's a beautiful labor labels of savvy blocks from the central coast eighty. Am California and Yeah it's six ninety nine. What more do you ask for you? This is a Netflix special here sitting around nothing to do six ninety nine. All you can buy a couple bottles of this and you can go to trader Joe's when you're picking up other items and out there. The winds in the store were buying the oil it. Actually grocery stores have great wine nowadays but trader. Joe's have sixty-nine wines. You're picking up other items in you can get this though. Still go to your wine shops. They need you In this mass as much as anybody else does so by wind from wine shops but you can make quick run and hit one storing. Get your food and your and your wine I think I bought with this I got the the the orange chicken the orange chicken and a few other things but this is a nice little savvy. Young Block which I'm going to talk about and there's a few things about this I want to say is normally. How would you say about seven dollars? Six thousand nine hundred block. You kind of know what? You'RE GONNA get nowadays. It's Kinda know what to expect L. and that's fine but I don't take a sip because it's good drinking for last few years like most people on New Zealand's Albion Block all the time my actual favorite is lower value soviet-bloc Nat San Sierra mean. That's good but I just like the regular lore valued. You can't find anywhere because in France they don't Wanna be your ten dollar wine guy. They want to sell it to you for twenty five dollars and twenty five dollars as much as I liked. Lower Valley Sauvignon Blanc. You might as well by the seer. But under normal circumstances the thirteen dollar stuff is every bit as good as healer stopped in. How do you define joy? It's a joy to drink and the other stuff which is works for them. That's a joy to drink. Oh so it's better. Now get the get the cheaper stuff. Especially when a young bright fruity wine and this one key because it wasn't like News Zealand. Some misses a little bit subdued. I don't know I started drinking it but as I started taking a few sips it started to hit me in. Its own way. Yeah it is a little more subdued. But it's still has good flavors as a lot of flavors and obscenity which I thought was os not quite as crisp and brightness. Some of them well had Kinda got me smack in my lips a little bit. Which makes me drink more wine. You know. That's that's the same thing as having a bowl of pretzels and stuff at a Bar Star. Eaten those things and next thing you know you're drinking more beer will saab on bond has a built in the next thing you know. You're drinking more savvy on block which was six ninety nine the tweet by two bottles stuff and it's really nice and central coast. Wine warehouse has been making wines for trader Joe's forever and it sounds like Caterpillar industrial place. But they're actually fifth generation wine makers who have A roots going back to the eighteen hundreds and making wine and they actually own maybe a couple of the most acclaimed of vineyards in the central coast. Not that this came from them. I don't think it shouldn't for that price but there aren't there legit the and this is the This is the contract wind. Mean if you want to get in the wine business and you want someone to jump start by making a wine for you that you think you then sell to other people. They will do that for you. If you have a corporation that you want to give her Make wine this Christmas and put your own label on that to let people know that you're around. They'll do that for you and if you're trader. Joe's you WanNa make a wire mill do that for you too. I don't think it's you know doing it for yourself is going to be all that cost effective because you can go to trader. Joe's and get something for you know six ninety nine but it can be done and they know what they're doing in central coast. Wine is something pretty cool. Yeah there's one thing people used to say the worst. Where do you get the best cheap wines? Go chilly your or million South Africa or something. That's not really they actually can't compete the central coast. I mean you bring it up from any place other from from another country you gotta you gotTa get an importer and you gotta get transportation. And then you got to add the distribution and and all that and there's taxes in every single way you gotta come in really really cheap to beat the central coast winds and the central coast kind of known. Americans WANNA drink men. They're here than they know. Not that the owned the Chile Argentina. South Africa and Australia. Don't know 'cause they all bring good wine but they would much rather ship it. Sell you twenty nine hundred forty dollars or sixty dollar wise it just makes more economic sense for them and you know all these central coast nail and even the Central Valley where you go into Lodi. There's an awful lot of winemaker in winemaking families and vineyard families that have been in business on this land since the eighteen hundreds and the ones that haven't had been there been there since a nineteen sixties. They they been there and bought these properties before the prices got crazy. So if you're thinking about where the best inexpensive wind the world is you should be looking at California and the central coast and maybe a little central valley and even Sonoma's makes which is North. Coast makes winds ridiculously priced. Sometimes ill NAPA gets pricey but Mendocino every place else and you know it's California knows how to make wine and knows how to make wine. That people Ericans liked to drink so we have the central coast. Six Ninety nine Netflix special. It is kind of fun. Got A little bit personality. It's a nice little drink I mean what's you know you can spend more. And if you really love New Zealand you really love or value even Bordeaux where they make a Saab block with a little bit semion wines that you can aids for twenty five years and they're also finest wines in the world. I don't ever get to drink those and I get to drink the 699 stuff. So you know. I like that better. I like Ferraris too. But no one's let me drive there so so a Banda civics five with me. So there we go We're GONNA talk about a little bit about The lack down the overall stuck. And we're in Chicago and everybody's been good for the most part but the one thing I've noticed and I'm GonNa Complain Out Loud. Is that people who walk their dogs. Clean up after them before the lockdown because other people walking by and staring at him there's dog crap everywhere nowadays because there's no one behind them duck keep on woolen. Go and no one knows people. This is emergency. Don't be jerks. That's another thing I was thinking about every since you watch walking dead and you know all these Zombie Movies. You know how to act in a crisis you you don't do anything stupid do something selfish and stupid You'RE GONNA get bitten at happens in every show you you go with the crowd. You don't stand out do what's expected of you and you find. We learned that from watching walking dead in. Just you know be helpful. Don't be a jerk in you know. Don't go walking out a loan without a weapon and stuff. He pulled me on that show all the time for no good reason. So we're learning how to cope with the crazy things because we've been watching those shows for ever. That's kind of second nature. We know what to do so that's pretty good. I think you know we're so far so good I haven't gone to stir-crazy and maybe 'cause we have wine. There's no reason to go stir crazy now. I'M GONNA try to do is every other day to keep this going because and make it winds at you can find so you're not searching all over because there is no search all over right now so keep it cheap audio clip after your dogs and watch Y quit watching walking dead while back. But that's the point and Adios by by keep a coup cheap and I forgot what I was GONNA say there but keep a cheap In keep safe and I'll talk.

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"monique" Discussed on Movin 92.5

Movin 92.5

04:06 min | 1 year ago

"monique" Discussed on Movin 92.5

"Is Connor Webb from the fire department I was looking to speak with Monique this is Monique Monique I'm calling because your boyfriend Tim asked if I would give you a call I think he's already texted you of it oh my gosh where is he like what's going on right now freaking out okay as I imagine you would be he's been involved in a situation I want to know like what kind of situation first of all it's running he's okay just a little embarrassed and you have nothing to worry about what he might well he's he's he's in our care right now you might hear about this on the news or some local stations covering this so unfortunately he's not in a position to talk about anything right now but that's why he texted you and asked that I call you tell me what's going on well I mean he didn't say that I couldn't tell you but I think it might be more of a private matter for you guys to work out are you wait you're going to call me I'm going to tell me what's going on thank you anything if you really want me to tell you I can tell you but just I warned you you tell me something right now this is crazy I'll just break down what happened okay so your boyfriend Tim was partly hanging out with another coworker of his name Raymond you know Raymond yeah all right so according to the story we were able to get from your boyfriend they were at raven's house for lunch and wanted to quote spice things up yeah what I mean well I guess the two of them wanted to spice things up by playing a naked game of hide and go seek what I hope it sounds kind of fun too bad we were invited are you really I'm sorry that that that joke my bin and vortex I can not believe it well so they were playing the second game of hide and seek and I guessed him your boyfriend took it pretty seriously what I'm trying to tell you so you know if I was playing a game they can hide and seek with a special buddy of mine a pilot for more sexy hiding spot anyway your boyfriend decided to climb into the washing machine yeah yeah and so he got stuck in the washing machine and that's where we came in to about twelve firefighters Tim paramedics and half a dozen cops showed up to help Hey I know it was one of the weirdest things that I've ever had to respond to we were able to get him out by rubbing him down with all of oil with a lot of all of them well I'm sorry actually ma'am it did I am I right yeah it's a lot to process right now you know the fact that he was naked there was a good thing because if he was wearing clothes who knows what could have happened luckily he didn't have clothes on he did want to tell you that he still loves you so that's good and how much you love he he yeah I mean he was he was in tears when he said it and it sure it sounds like he loves you you know maybe as a friend I don't know yeah okay and stop talking about it okay yeah I realize it's probably not a joking matter to you in my line of work you don't come across these gems very often if why you're breaking they can they can hide and seek with a twist what what thank you with another man okay this is true and now I'm just laughing because this phone app is working that's exciting for me personally good point you know I should tell you this is actually doable from broken do well in the morning doing a phone tap on you it's a prank phone call what yes it's a joke your boyfriend tens that you up my god he told me that you're calling a lunch sometimes and if he doesn't pick up you've got a jealous of he wanted me to tell you that he was playing make it I'd stick with it but well just remember the next time you guys play naked I'd seek no washing machines okay.

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"monique" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"monique" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Go ahead Monique hi how are you hi my call to talk about any club which are right well that's remarkable what what the gentleman caller said to rush yeah so on the opposite end of the spectrum actually I'm really pleased that you raised the issue of how a nickel Bouchard has treated her staff that Mrs been infuriating me ever since I I read about it I went back actually funny you raised it yesterday and she's been doing this for fifteen years right and he has the worst retest after tension rate and the Senate yeah so why should anybody think that were being sexist or anything like that that the numbers speak for itself no this is a Louis region the hell I'll read more we come back the break but this is the headline in Vanity Fair at any time this is a vanity fair's you know this is where they're coming from it you know we the worst thing you could do it Vanity Fair Landis to compare people that Donald Trump terrified aides say Amy Colbert sure are it's just like trump but you're right I mean the the whole incident with the Coleman the salad that goes back to two thousand eight that's a long time ago now Monique you know that she's been handling this fashion now right and that is that into the loan that would just be funny and weird but it's the way she treats her staff and she screamed at them and she do means that men and he doesn't publicly and that's not really doesn't sound like it's constructive criticism she just dance on them rom and it's really you know it needed speaks volumes about her character and she and not on a basis she has a really bad character you you're judged by how you treat people including how your for your coworkers your boss and your staff in particular your staff and she treats them very badly I ridge one thing before we go to the break here this is from the buzzfeed story I've always been taught that your true character shows and how you treat those with less power than you especially behind closed doors the way senator Kohl Bouchard behaves in public private with their staff is very different than when she's in the public eye and that kind of cruelty shouldn't be acceptable for anyone see that's the thing about about trump Monique I mean that you know they they they got a picture of him coming on to Air Force One or coming off Air Force One maybe at a twenty dollar bill sticking out of his pocket and you know that one of the reporters why you got twenty dollars you the president why you get twenty dollar bills in the U. pocket he said I like to give taps I mean he he's he he's a well regarded figure in his at his resorts because he takes care of people we asked whether doing he's got cash she hands of money you think Amy corporate card does any of that hell no hell no thanks for the call Monique eight four four five hundred forty two forty two one of every guy's greatest fears is waking up on Valentine's day and realizing you completely forgot to four unit collect that is more likely do not blow it this year.

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Monique Morris: Why Are Black Girls More Likely To Be Punished In School? - Part 2

In Black America

06:02 min | 1 year ago

Monique Morris: Why Are Black Girls More Likely To Be Punished In School? - Part 2

"That Jamal she talk about discipline in the schools but obviously is having an adverse works affect on how these young women are. matriculating through educational system is not working. Yeah no the removal of students and from the classroom impacts learning time it impacts Whether they feel they belong in school. And you know there are those situations nations. Where young person has you know? Sort of reached a level where they you know. There are some times when a young person has reached a level where she might have to be asked to to leave but but that should be a last resort and it should be done in the context of of healing and an opportunity to come back in In singer Rhythm Danza Blues. I I actually offer a strong critique of exclusionary discipline and The idea that when we push kids away that the system gets better immediately. I think that's the sort of misrepresentation of discipline should look like in our schools. Is that if we just take this kid out then. Suddenly the school system is better without considering that part of our work in education is to ensure that we are building out an institution that is responsive to all our children and nat even then that means that we should be concerned about those kids who are not in the classroom as much as we're concerned about those kids who are in the classroom. I offer several examples. What situates Singer them dance the blues differently From the other texts is that I spend time on the road exploring this issue with different communities and happened upon programs and strategies that have figured out ways of doing things differently and one of the programs that I- profile is the Columbus city. Prep School for Girls. Where the principal at a community meeting stood up and said that she would no longer punish girls for having a bad attitude? Which of course caught my attention immediately lately but then following up with her and having a chance to visit the school I saw that she had not only just declared that she was not going to do this anymore but that she had really situated needed her staff and faculty in a very strong way to be able to say you know to be able to build an infrastructure and I said a practices pisses that would hold them accountable to that so you know they instantly read to you? Know design their classrooms a specific way. They assigned young the people to adults to have stronger relationships. They have regular meetings where they discuss student measurable progress where they're able to really have conversations Sion's that are specific to the student about what she needs. In order to thrive and all of this is doable. You know having a set of restorative practices and and opportunities for young people to engage in healing is. It shouldn't be that radical. I you know we really should be in a space where we understand that. If our are young people are asking for their schools to be sanctuaries and really critiquing the fact that they feel like prisons that that requires us to do something different and so seeing a rhythm dance the blues as evidence that there are schools that are reconsidering this that are doing things differently and that is showing positive outcomes that school in Columbus had a a reduction in their truancy rates. They had a reduction in their bullying rates. They had a reduction in their fighting and in their cases that are have been assigned to insubordination so across the board award the fact that they built out relationships with young people and respond to young people in crisis rather than pushing them away. I think you know is showing positive academic outcomes uh-huh as well as positive disciplinary outcomes. You also talk about in the book when these young women are in the classroom. They're not learning. So there's here's a double edged swords going. I being punished for whatever behavior problems that they have but also they're not receiving an education. That's right you know the loss some instruction time is a big deal and so you know again we should be trying to figure out ways to keep young people in classes rather than figuring out new creative ways to get them out and and so you know and push out you know the conversations that I had with girls about their push out experience. I I talked to them about what they would do when they were out of school. And for the most part you know they would describe preparing for fights or they would describe sitting around doing nothing. They would describe not having access to their academic material because they felt the school with Matt them or a teacher didn't like them and didn't give them the material. What the Columbus City Prep School? You know to give an example again from that same institution does is if if a student is having a disruption then they are placed in the classroom. They don't even they don't call it in school suspension but I think in in some ways it functions that way but they provide no child loses in instruction time so there is somebody working with them in this space always to make sure that they're doing their work and the principal herself checks checks all the work before a student can be Sent back to class and release back the class and so there's never a loss of emphasis on the fact that young people are there to learn and that our girls can have an opportunity to re-engage Another example that I talk about in the book is from Oakland The African American female. Excellence where you know curl had a disruption. She cursed at a teacher. It was seen as a violation of a set agreements in the classroom but that she was able to apologize and come back in and one of the things that sat with me that I share in the book that I think is really important. Is that the head of the program at the time and Zingo to Gus. Then you know that it's important for us to recognize that we have to this. Work is about forgiveness right like it's about a young people understanding that they can be forgiven if they make a mistake that this is not a disruption that should sever their relationship with school but that they should learn from on how to actually behave and being community with each other. And that's what we're seeking seeking to do is build out schools that emphasize community and relationships not that are seen as locations for punishment.

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Monique Morris: Why Are Black Girls More Likely To Be Punished In School?

In Black America

08:28 min | 1 year ago

Monique Morris: Why Are Black Girls More Likely To Be Punished In School?

"John Henson Junior and welcome to another edition of in Black America on this week's program single rhythm dance the Blues Education for the Liberation of black and Brown girls with author. Dr Monique. W W Moore's in black America. Our research is showing and the research of others and and and other folks who have been engaged in this work both at the advocacy level and at the academic levels. They're finding that black girls are experiencing you know a form of adult education When they're in and out of schools Delta fixation is a term that has been deeply explored by the George Town Center on poverty and inequality that has that shows how adults are are reading the behaviors of black girls to be more adult like than their white peers. Which means that? They're seeing our girls as needing less protection less nurturing less comforting that they are believed to be more independent and to know more about adult subjects such as sex than their white counterparts. And all of this really Begins when black girls are five years old and it peaks when they're between the ages of ten and fourteen which is also when we see peaks in their contact with disciplinary actions in school in the follow up to accrue claim book push out Social Justice Scholar and author. Dr Monique W Moore's has pushed the envelope. Further and in writing or latest book singer Rhythm Dance of Blues. He traveled from Oakland to Ohio and from New York to Iowa City and beyond she described Kanner and love what it looks like to meet the complex needs of girls on the margin in doing so she also a collection of ideas from educators who are tuned to the patterns of Pain Rain and struggle. And who show how. Those working in schools can harness their wisdom to partner with students and help the girls they teach find value and joy in learning far too often these young ladies on given the benefit of the doubt many I misunderstood thereby putting him on the path to incarceration singer singer rhythm dance the blues a guide to move away from punishment trauma and discrimination towards safety justice and genuine community in our schools. US recently in Black America spoke with. Dr Moore's this is actually my fifth book. I did Street novel beautiful for words and then I also worked with Kemba Smith. It's on her. Biographer does right I do. I did read that highest Campbell. Not doing well from all I can see she is. She's threatening. It's it's wonderful to see we're particularly drew you to education. I started my life in education. I was teaching very young. And you know I have. I have sort of veered away from I'm teaching and moved into research and policy for a while Though never fully releasing education as an important focal point in my work and I started to talk more intensely about the the discipline disparities After seeing data that when showing that African American girls were experiencing exclusionary disciplined suspensions expulsions etc at higher rates than their white counterparts. And so oh I understand and have always understood education to be a critical protective factor against contact with the juvenile court or criminal legal system. It's one of the reasons I call it. Freedom Work and when I see these interruptions taking place and this criminalization occurring of our girls it was really important for me to be a part of a community to elevate the issue but also to examine some of the solutions to this crisis thus far what are some of the analysis. We've come up with on this journey. Well unfortunately currently what we've been finding is that black girls continue to be. The only group of girls who are over represented across the spectrum of discipline in schools and at every educational level will in their educational journey and so You know that has Continue to you know sort of lead our inquiry around how we interrupt these cycles else How we elevated in consciousness how we elevated in consciousness of those who are working in schools who have children in schools who are concerned about what goes on in schools but also you know in the course of having these conversations about the problem I have discovered a number of programs and strategies that have done tremendous work with are girls that have you know really discovered pathways in the schools outside of the schools and in partnership with schools to transform the conditions that are really at the root cause of much of the behavior that girls ended up in trouble for in schools? And so it's a tale of concern in terms of wanting to address a critical issue. That really should be at the forefront of folks minds but also I would say you know an inspiring tale of how when we understand. There's a problem and set our intentions to shift the outcomes. We actually actually do it. How did you come up with the title? So singer them dance the Blues Education for the Liberation of black and brown girls. I think the framework of it being You sort of rooted in the musical traditions and artistic traditions at the black community. You know sort of came. Organically to me I ride in the introduction about a grainy black and white video that I was watching a Billie holiday singing strange fruit and as I was discovering what was happening on the road and sort of interacting with with many black women and girls specifically in communities and and you know dozens of communities It occurred to me that obviously what we're experiencing is a form of the blues but that we shouldn't only see the blues as a limited. We shouldn't only limit the blues to entertainment or see it as a vessel for for the expression of pain. I felt that it was important in in observing some of the traditions rooted in the Blues and some of the practices in our own communities throughout up the country to recognize that the blues is a platform for truth telling that would then enable us to really seek and obtain the healing thing that is necessary for us to move forward in this work. You write about in the book that African Americans and and the teenage girl dizziness girls are struggling to realize it. True you a deputy as scholars making net point. What do you see? Some of the detriments is going on in between those four walls. Well our the research is showing and the research of other folks who've been engaged in this work you know both at the advocacy level and at the academic levels. They're finding that black girls are experiencing you know a form of adult education When they're in and out of schools Adult education is a term that has been deeply explored Lord by the Georgetown Center on poverty and inequality that has that shows how adults are reading the behaviors of black girls to be more adult like than their white peers. Which means that they're seeing our girls as needing less protection less nurturing less comforting that they are believed to be more independent to know more about adult built subjects such as sex than their white counterparts? And all of this really begins when black girls are five years old and it peaks when they're between the ages of ten and fourteen. which is it's also when we see peaks in their contact with disciplinary actions in schools? And so it's really important to understand that when we render. Our girls is more adult like than they actually are. Then we believe that. They're in greater control of their behaviors than they actually are developmentally and it just feeds into a cycle where are girls are perceived as defiant and Saffi and loud problematic or bad real words that we assigned to our young people in schools. Are Our girls especially disproportionately renders them vulnerable to being taken out of school. which then of course places them at risk of participating in underground economies he's and being in contact with the juvenile quarter criminal legal system so these are the cycles were trying to disrupt are the readings of black girl behaviors? The increasing ways in which Latina girls and indigenous girls are also being criminalised in schools and also the elements that we can put in place to structure true accountability ability and to really respond to much of what underlies the negative behavior which in most cases with our girls is a traumatic event. Or you know as a sort of set of conditions that present harm in their lives.

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"monique" Discussed on WTRH

WTRH

04:45 min | 1 year ago

"monique" Discussed on WTRH

"Back to our conversation now with Monique among the cat I I just want to say that gods intention is not for any child to be treated in a way that is cruel unkind I what I'm hearing is there was not the nurturing thank you should have experienced whether it's in a foster home are an adoptive home are in any home it's very clear thank god has a love for us and unfortunately there are people who are not healthy who were so one healthy then they can be cruel and their treatment of precious family members and what's good about you is you are saying I know I want the piece that I saw in you didn't say these words but in essence you mention peace contentment and you mentioned seven years ago it sounds like you recognize you wanted a the truth of life in Christ and then you said I kept yeah that was seven years ago and kept backsliding but sometimes there's a reason that we don't have a right way to think because we haven't been exposed to we don't have the right way to reset our own course and this is where we should have people there are people who can make all the difference in the world and helping us truly connect to god and to receive what god has for us of the good part what you are bringing up is yours yours you're calling you're saying I I'm you said I'm in an interesting place that was but when you use that word of started to pop in and say well interesting is the safest word in the English language it can mean anything in the world but I didn't do that but then as you detailed more and more your background you know it it makes me feel a great deal of compassion for you because at times no child number no trial can have the power to change what their birth experience is in what family they they were being raised we we just don't have that power and especially when there is wrong treatment abuse they can have a powerful impact for not it doesn't have to be the whole life but there can be reactions that any of us could have but not understand why why am I this way why am I reacting or why am I not having what I see some other people having does that make sense it does okay so what is most problematic to you right now what the what is it that you identify in yourself that is concerning that is problematic that you wish it could be changed well I definitely have a look I don't have the best so few value for myself that's always been a struggle for me I also I have a hard time racing or believing in gods.

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Waiting for Zion

ESPN Daily

05:44 min | 1 year ago

Waiting for Zion

"And Lopez covers the New Orleans Pelicans for ESPN Andrew. From the moment. That the Pelicans won the lottery landing the first overall Pick Zion Williamson was almost universally expected to walk in and be the face of the franchise really the face of basketball in the city of New Orleans. What did you think as you're watching the draft? Yes so I'll go back to the lottery with just two weeks. Prior to this the the newspaper I was working for got bought out. I was really in a state of flux personally. And then I remember when that Memphis logo came out of the number to envelop. The second pick will be made by the Memphis Grizzlies number one mic and the two thousand nineteen and it goes to the New Orleans. Pelicans and I realized Oh wait to turn to a buddy of mine who was sitting next to grabbed his arm and I was like Bro. I got a job like somebody. Who's going to hire me for this guy so it all kind of worked out? Because that night I I kind of started started the ball rolling with ESPN and ESPN hired me in August two covers ion and and do all this. It really change a lot in the city. I mean in the city itself. What the day after the they like three thousand or thirty five hundred season ticket packages? It was it was insane. You saw people walking around. It was June and July in New Orleans and you saw people walking around in Pelicans gear. That's saints time that we don't we don't do that down here. Really has changed a lot for Zion. Get down here and it's still hype is still the very real. Even though he hasn't actually played a regular season game yet right you were brought into covers ion you have not been covering Zion. Well not covering him on the court. He's practicing. He's been injured all year. What's his outlook like? Today is actually a very big day for Zaylon because the PELICANS still want to get him a a lot of five on five work. That's a big step in his recovery right now. The problem with that has been. They haven't had a lot of practice time to get there once. He was cleared the five on five work last week. He did it but then the pels had a stretch of five games in eight days where they didn't really get much practice time. You don't get a lot of practice time on the road so today's actually a big day where he's going to get a chance to get back out there and get some five on five work done. We don't know if it's going to be one more if it's going to be two. Who More practices? But we're we're getting close to the end game now. We don't have a date circled but we're getting close to win you. Know he'll finally make his his regular season debut debut. How many times have you said endgame since this is all begun a lot? That's been a fun word for me everywhere. You go in the city right now. Hello everybody wants to ask you. When's ion comeback wins? I on coming back coming back. Alvin Gentry told a story a couple of weeks ago. He's in Walmart and a lady on a scooter walked up to him. It's like hey I see coach. Once I on coming back everybody wants to know when the saints loss on that Sunday in the playoffs I have four or five. I people text me right after. Hey come back tomorrow right like this is going to get better for us as fans and I'm like sorry guys people are just waiting for this debut is As much as they can so enter this all goes back to the preseason. Zion makes his debut against the Atlanta Hawks. He delivers I not just one. But three earth-shattering stays again Joe. That's not normal. The normal shooting over the course of his first four games he averages more than twenty three points shooting seventy one point four percent from the floor floor and then the unthinkable happens breaking news just four days before Zion's NBA career was scheduled to start sign. We'll miss a period of weeks because because of a right knee injury usually when you have a meniscus injury any sort of neander you can kind of point to. Hey it happened at this moment right here. You can't do that with Zion. He doesn't know when he hurt the knee. The pelicans don't know when he heard the knee and that's not just a like a PR spin on it. Nobody nobody knows when he heard this thing. It's very possible. He played at least one or two games with a torn meniscus. I think he had what twenty two. And Ten in that last game against the Spurs and it was only after that game where he kind of went to the training staff and was like. Hey guys Monique on a hertz. Maybe we can get this checked out and they thought it was just a regular routine gene thing they go get the MRI done and they're like. Oh we have an issue here. There was no swelling. He didn't really feel that much pain. It was more like something doesn't feel right in the knee and that's how it kind of started. He was clean when they got him in. preseason they think it happened in preseason. It's also not anything anything that goes back to his time at Duke. There's no lingering things there or or in some and they think it happened in the preseason. They just don't know exactly when so so the news comes out. Everybody's a little bit confused. What happens next before they go to that? Last preseason game in New York the the knicks the PELICANS announce hey he's outright knee soreness and it takes a couple of days before we figure out what is exactly going on and in part of the reason for that was they wanted to get different opinions from different doctors. It took a weekend and then they announce. Hey Hey he's having surgery. He had the surgery this morning. Everything is good. We're looking at a six to eight week

Waiting for Zion

ESPN Daily

05:44 min | 1 year ago

Waiting for Zion

"And Lopez covers the New Orleans Pelicans for ESPN Andrew. From the moment. That the Pelicans won the lottery landing the first overall Pick Zion Williamson was almost universally expected to walk in and be the face of the franchise really the face of basketball in the city of New Orleans. What did you think as you're watching the draft? Yes so I'll go back to the lottery with just two weeks. Prior to this the the newspaper I was working for got bought out. I was really in a state of flux personally. And then I remember when that Memphis logo came out of the number to envelop. The second pick will be made by the Memphis Grizzlies number one mic and the two thousand nineteen and it goes to the New Orleans. Pelicans and I realized Oh wait to turn to a buddy of mine who was sitting next to grabbed his arm and I was like Bro. I got a job like somebody. Who's going to hire me for this guy so it all kind of worked out? Because that night I I kind of started started the ball rolling with ESPN and ESPN hired me in August two covers ion and and do all this. It really change a lot in the city. I mean in the city itself. What the day after the they like three thousand or thirty five hundred season ticket packages? It was it was insane. You saw people walking around. It was June and July in New Orleans and you saw people walking around in Pelicans gear. That's saints time that we don't we don't do that down here. Really has changed a lot for Zion. Get down here and it's still hype is still the very real. Even though he hasn't actually played a regular season game yet right you were brought into covers ion you have not been covering Zion. Well not covering him on the court. He's practicing. He's been injured all year. What's his outlook like? Today is actually a very big day for Zaylon because the PELICANS still want to get him a a lot of five on five work. That's a big step in his recovery right now. The problem with that has been. They haven't had a lot of practice time to get there once. He was cleared the five on five work last week. He did it but then the pels had a stretch of five games in eight days where they didn't really get much practice time. You don't get a lot of practice time on the road so today's actually a big day where he's going to get a chance to get back out there and get some five on five work done. We don't know if it's going to be one more if it's going to be two. Who More practices? But we're we're getting close to the end game now. We don't have a date circled but we're getting close to win you. Know he'll finally make his his regular season debut debut. How many times have you said endgame since this is all begun a lot? That's been a fun word for me everywhere. You go in the city right now. Hello everybody wants to ask you. When's ion comeback wins? I on coming back coming back. Alvin Gentry told a story a couple of weeks ago. He's in Walmart and a lady on a scooter walked up to him. It's like hey I see coach. Once I on coming back everybody wants to know when the saints loss on that Sunday in the playoffs I have four or five. I people text me right after. Hey come back tomorrow right like this is going to get better for us as fans and I'm like sorry guys people are just waiting for this debut is As much as they can so enter this all goes back to the preseason. Zion makes his debut against the Atlanta Hawks. He delivers I not just one. But three earth-shattering stays again Joe. That's not normal. The normal shooting over the course of his first four games he averages more than twenty three points shooting seventy one point four percent from the floor floor and then the unthinkable happens breaking news just four days before Zion's NBA career was scheduled to start sign. We'll miss a period of weeks because because of a right knee injury usually when you have a meniscus injury any sort of neander you can kind of point to. Hey it happened at this moment right here. You can't do that with Zion. He doesn't know when he hurt the knee. The pelicans don't know when he heard the knee and that's not just a like a PR spin on it. Nobody nobody knows when he heard this thing. It's very possible. He played at least one or two games with a torn meniscus. I think he had what twenty two. And Ten in that last game against the Spurs and it was only after that game where he kind of went to the training staff and was like. Hey guys Monique on a hertz. Maybe we can get this checked out and they thought it was just a regular routine gene thing they go get the MRI done and they're like. Oh we have an issue here. There was no swelling. He didn't really feel that much pain. It was more like something doesn't feel right in the knee and that's how it kind of started. He was clean when they got him in. preseason they think it happened in preseason. It's also not anything anything that goes back to his time at Duke. There's no lingering things there or or in some and they think it happened in the preseason. They just don't know exactly when so so the news comes out. Everybody's a little bit confused. What happens next before they go to that? Last preseason game in New York the the knicks the PELICANS announce hey he's outright knee soreness and it takes a couple of days before we figure out what is exactly going on and in part of the reason for that was they wanted to get different opinions from different doctors. It took a weekend and then they announce. Hey Hey he's having surgery. He had the surgery this morning. Everything is good. We're looking at a six to eight week

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Agility with Claire Hooper and special guest Monique Murphy

The Guilty Feminist

06:42 min | 1 year ago

Agility with Claire Hooper and special guest Monique Murphy

"I am a feminist but this week I had to go shopping for a new electric toothbrush because my old one died because they charge. It doesn't work in Australia where I am. Because partition and the only electric toothbrushes that they had that were portable that you didn't have to plug in children's ones and I had a choice of Spiderman or bobby and I chose Bobby because she's got her own Dream House Spiderman got a Web. Don't want that other boys. Things are always better. I hate the way it's sort of like ocean chose the boy's thing so it's good fem. Things are also also good. Bobby's got some great outfits. Nothing nothing wrong with outfits trying to think of which one I would have chosen. Okay I think I probably would have gone for spider man. I feel lucky. Get all over. Oh my teeth a bit better bobby. Abebe prissy she the front and Black Tie and you know what I hadn't thought about it that functionally it was more like decorative Lee that I was thinking about it. But in retrospect I've made a terrible era. I'm a feminist but I reckon most of my career opportunities because it wouldn't look at me I shouldn't have started on that one. Aw I don't I don't know what you mean what I mean. No because I'll obligingly high heels on and I look like like I'm just no that's not what I mean. Look like a a look like couldn't be more bland. That's no no no. They won't have the rush the stage. No I'm not asking for PD. On just reflecting on the fact that that I get it. Let's just do a different one right. We still got another out again. But I'm way too proud when my husband asks me to parallel park. The car full him. Oh I'm a feminist bart tonight because I'm tall. I landed in Brisbane and I felt I needed a bit bit of something you know. It didn't feel I felt a bit tired and I thought I need a bit of something. So I went to the culturally insensitively named and Mecca makeup and paid alleged there to glue eyelashes my eyes in excessive my own own makeup just to be clear. That's not okay. Is it taking the name of the sacred place at the counter it says Mecca pops Mecca. This up I'm just like I don't think they should be fair. In Britain we have make a Bingo. That's even worse definitely Geraldo might be you. Would that is over. It's definitely was a real coincidence because I was getting some brooms when I go there because I went and had my nails done on my manicures told me she said what's around the corner because I said if I just wanted to get some eyelashes done just to give me a bit more of a Cappella. Has It worked thank you thank you. I'm a feminist but nothing I've ever worn to costume party. Has Spain occurred. What has it been fun flirty? Just really hope understand. No it's more like nineteen seventies hot pants medieval winch a euro occupation era. But it's always like a little bit to you can see. I think I do that too. In truth I think I do. I have no great interest in making myself. You know when people go out Out to sort of do fake blood and stuff. I'm like I'm saying I'LL TO CLEVELAND French. I'm a feminist. But when I was in the culturally insensitively titled Mecca Make. My Card was declined when I was paying eyelashes so I had to call my husband and in London and wake him up to get him to shift some money around to get some money onto this debit account. Because I didn't do any the internet banking and have no interest in it. We so I talked about this date. We date at the NAS show. You've just realize that now. And that's awkward. But they call him. Because I couldn't walk out of the shop and say don't worry because the eyelashes were attached to my face so they put them on and and then you pay for them and I thought if he doesn't wake up well he doesn't always phone she's going to have to literally rip these off my face to get her money back. Your your very ethical. I reckon about twenty percent of the audiences. I don't know how to get free eyelashes now. I'm a feminist but what I was relieved to find out my second baby was another girl so I didn't have to follow through on my promise of dressing a boy in the exact same clothes. Big Sister Award I will. Don't you worry. Put Him on his suitcase. Boys girls they can away awesome. Thank God it's ago can I do. Oh yeah please go okay thanks. I'm a feminist but when none of my feminist friends are around I use my girl voice to get what I want put. What's I'm not getting much conditioning? Back like say taken or doc recycling you now why are you applauding. Nothing to be

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"monique" Discussed on Uncommon

Uncommon

06:43 min | 1 year ago

"monique" Discussed on Uncommon

"You haven't even trial this and I'm like no gut feeling I know it's going to be fine. Trust me so they actually think I'm I'm sometimes slightly crazy but it's just intuition in that basic principle of how cooking wax. I'm really intrigued to get into the process of how this is actually made because those watching like nonstop videos about the making of Armin Milk like the other day on Youtube. That's what I was listening. Oh how now. It's super fascinating so we'll get into that because I think your process is quite the naked capacity to the industry standard. I've got I've got to talk about you order immune issues because I found this really interesting because this is what got me into consuming almond milk and they sort sorta stuff because I have IBS. I know yours has been more serious with crimes. It's technically under the banner. We've got family members who've had CROHN'S I've actually had like a failure in there had to have part of their house. Yeah it's not fun it can be really serious racial told how did you. When did you set of when he noticed those differences mobile? The major changes that you start making to your lifestyle talk because a lot of cases with any information of the gut. Ud's often lost all related. Well I was fifteen turning sixteen when my God diagnosed with actually ulcer colitis similar to Crohn's disease but they fold the same branch Gives way to crowns right and they're just crimes can infect affecting tie Digestive System Colossus just specifically focused on the bowel but very unpleasant at disease either. Both of them. They're pretty gruesome pretty horrific and that being a sixteen year era like. Yeah whatever I was told to take some tablets donated change anything and it was actually through a very painful process recess of going in and out of hospital for the next ten years that I was like okay clearly GonNa look at alternatives and let me see if I can change my diet and I I am a failure died and then let's try this died and let's remove dairy from my diet and maybe let's take out me and let's take out this listened. It was just this constant evaluation of what I was eating. But that whole imitation of food specially in being hang on master chef at the age of twenty one actually never told the producers that I had the disease and that I was actually recovering firm an episode but I was on steroids at the time. And when you're on steroids. You're literally like hyper your wanting to eat everything everything from Dr Nuts. It's like I don't and maybe being pregnant or something but it was changing. It's absolutely crazy. And sometimes when I was in my weakest eight and you'll you know your guts a bleeding inside out. You're literally on your deprived of all central food. So you're on Rice your own stock here on our white bread. You can't have fruit or vegetables. You can't have anything that's delicious. No alcohol no sugars. And so being on this bland. Diet of nothing I would literally start to fantasize about figured. I'd be like Sushi Sashimi and chocolate all my God how is this when I'm better and I would look at it completely differently sir. It was interesting how being like oppressed and denied nine basic delicious food somehow drove me to love food and cooking but that obsession became. I won't say unhealthy But my love of just everything from wine to the mice delicious. You know indulgent food and dining at the world's best restaurants That eventually took its toll where I would still keep getting sick and ended up in hospital back in the same sort of horrible cycle and eventually was really looking and trying to find solutions and a lot of that came down to being on an anti inflammatory diet. So reducing amount of meat consumed consumed reducing the amount of dairy and and just trying to keep a bit more of a balanced diet. You do you find yourself mainly being sort of piscotty. Erin slushing vegetarian today. Yes so definitely. The flexible -Tarian all majority plow based. I love seafood but everything thing in moderation and even when I was living in London being poor I would just eat vegetables and tin chick peas and focus on a really plant based Diet. Hi It yeah yeah found more more that aiding Sort of a Mediterranean. I think there's something to say about where your ancestors of come from. It's really hard when you've got something like an IBM type disease Like ibs in comparison just piles in comparison to what that is. I just had this friend of mine. WHO has crowns earns? It sounds similar like he would have to go into hospital and get sort of a transfer none of transfusion. We'll would they normally give you so so when you're very sick in hospital they'll Inject you with high doses of steroids to suppress your immune system. And there's a new class of drugs folks called Amino modulators which basically tweaks your immune system entirely so actually go into hospital every eight weeks for treatments and to have these infusions that keeps me ticking along really And alive and out of hospital without my guts removed period out of a bag. So I'm actually really really blessed. I have not had major surgery something that I have been this close multiple times to having my guts removed Which is scary really scary Thing to face especially when you're young twenty year old To just even imagine and how that could impact back to your life and the changes either to make to your life because you're literally she acura. Horrific it's really really bad like I said that that family members Congress had like part of their Bauer moved. It's not he saw a particular now about diet.

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"monique" Discussed on Uncommon

Uncommon

14:15 min | 1 year ago

"monique" Discussed on Uncommon

"That you grow up leading about out and experiencing an acing all these delicious random foods and then overdosing on way too much. Do you have like an early memory memory of your childhood all I do. Have I remember my grandmother coming to stay with us for a year and making Karaoke Karaoke. which is like Russia or postal? Russian style Piero Ski Dump Links but she would make them with blueberries apples. So you'd have a fruit version cream drizzled on top of sugar languages so delicious. Damn I've never had desert stop Rogie. I know that they have the Polish festival. That's on every year but I'm just used to having the The Classic Walk Dumplings Fried still all over dice unfortunately like normal poke. It's been much like he can really and just the amount of flour that Moscow into the casing thing as well you just feel you have a good for China afterwards absolutely. Do you think that is a particular lesson you've we learned from either of your parents growing up like principal behold with you today something directly rectal value every cent so obviously migrant background Starting from nothing. My parents both came to Australia. And I'm sure there's so many listeners that had parents that came to Austrailia with you know twenty five hundred dollars in cash and basically started from scratch so valuing money even that dollar Working for money and appreciating every dollar and everything you own growing up that was always an appreciation from just the clothes and how you presented yourself through how you used and valued money. which is all this sometimes could be considered a little bit bad where you wouldn't spend money on yourself you'd save everything And I guess that really just told me the principle of really creating something out of nothing. Yeah thing is like that that that value emphasis like if you're going to spend money has to be spent really really well. I can remember. My GRANDPA had like three pace deep. Wear to the beach. It was like a Zen back in the day But yeah those those those like little things. which sort of makes you in this modern era people consider a penny pincher but averages almost considerate conscientious? but yeah it's it's a very common attribute amongst immigrant families. I think do your parents which do learn how they came out to you win. They came out. Yeah really two very different stories. My mom actually got a scholarship and whilst she was a nurse to go work with heart surgeons in London and the first cardiovascular surgeons that were doing heart transplants. So all of a sudden my mom got a pass out of Poland and could travel and eventually escaped to Greece and ended up meeting some Australians. That were part of the embassy and basically said Gino. We need nurses in Australia. Will denies some visas for your just come on out so through living in Greece for a year my mother. I'm just met a bunch of Australians. There that wanted to come off us so well that was mom. MM story which was slightly easier. Dad was really hustling and trying to escape Poland during communist times and somehow ended up in New York where his auntie unfortunately had passed away. So Dodd recalls and recounts these stories of being beaten up by Portuguese gangs things in Brooklyn And then coming back to Poland and somehow going to Sweden to visit some of his sisters but the way in which he escaped ended up literally going down to easily And being a pot of migrant camp and wasting to get a ticket out of Australia in a ticket out of Italy and eventually made it to Australia. Where one of his other sisters had migrated to her dad just Stuck it out. I didn't some camp in Italy and was painting houses and doing all sorts of things. He had a bit of a hottest slow getting to Australia. Yeah I think for my Graham Graham. My GRANDPA was Back then you could go on the challenges line which was like this line that went from London or all sort of that area to Ju- brought to Malta to grace to Suez Sri Lanka Perth old. Maybe stop through Malaysia or something like that and and I'm like He. He's he's decision. which really determined that I was even born was way? Is the Greek newspaper print so that was number one and where was their large Greek population and so the two cities came down to Melbourne and Buenos Aires because Melbourne has led. The second was the second biggest population. Outside of Athens still is today and I think it was because he so he was from Cypress which was technically a British protectorate So he had British like citizenship. All like protectorates. It's really weird. I've actually throughout the possible. And it's it's yeah. And so that Guide Him Free Ryan just to go to Go to Melbourne. And he then he made my grandmother and then now exist. What a story all right and it's interesting adventures to think what they do back in that day and age to escape and set up a new life? It's it's part of the fable of being an immigrant right out of the story. Which is why I think I love stories? I love stories. You're wasting any stories. I love listening to people's stories like he'd be sitting at the table. report stories is like everything you'd like you'd have one family member ever discussed harsh and I speak deeply and then all of a sudden we'd like a rock into like law off-the-record given says something of that so that's like literally the reason why I love that sort of stuff but yeah it's I feel like it's a commonality amongst immigrant correct backgrounds. A No you you studied at school. Giussano went to Melbourne Uni for marketing. You went on this exchange program in Milan and London which is probably what sparked curosity for food through food design in particular think and then it was. I would say probably being contestant Masa chef which really accelerated that because you probably would have lent then and the ad that hospitality Tallahassee isn't your thing and and food and beverage design is maybe more fear. It's an interesting one. It's a love hate relationship with hospitality metality and something. That's always been in my blood from apparently grandparents who worked incredible hotels as weight is to my dad. Add first job was hustling at the Hilton which is literally around the corner here. The Old Hilton Hotel the having yeah having parties. We've Elton John John and being the head Barmen and Catering for these Jewish events In elston wake in the day and age of the nineteen eighties and nineties Hospital has always been in our family and that way of serving people and creating and so I think cooking and combining that love of hospitality just came so naturally but master chef absolutely Threw me into this whirlwind of food. Cooking restaurants in Melvin but it was actually a real dislike war how the industry was run We're going back now. I'm twenty one at the time Just a real disconnect with obviously how restaurants an organization essentially essentially is run and the lack of respect the value of valleys over use of drugs and just abusive general. I thought this is not a sustainable career especially being a twenty one year old Female this is not going to end up being anything that I considered incited adrain artworks opportunity for years. I remember wanted to be one of the first interviews. We deal with my boss Angie from the Press Club and she was she was the one who told me about service she would call it like Filatov. Philo Demo in Greek means like Humility and that was one of the first experiences I hadn't hospitality. That told me about that. But by and large if you look at the industry like you don't make many people that their pasta forty. You don't mate many like much to the staff a casual staff and you have a core of like thirty percent being Fulton and bit older. And they've been in the industry for wall but by and large most casual staff at a boarding for seasonal stuff. It's not like the the Italian way. Does that had that as their entire career ahead. You know serving and very few and far between it's only like really Would have like a hat where you would expect that. So like the Press Club was one of the few restaurants I've worked at where the bulk of staff of full time career Oscar types and most of them were over the age of forty and like really well season but even then like the shifts. Just the pressure on the shifts signed the hours that I would do. That's what I found interesting about will do stuff that happened recently with George Columbus and how they got caught out though they self reported about uh-huh the the monetary issue that they had where they went paying people the award but I was just thinking like Dean tying industry based on that like have you ever menace schiff. Who worked thirty or forty hours a week? Only like they do ideas and they've they're on salary from believe. Yeah so I ah. The whole industry is pretty walled. Do you remember your first early moments of experimenting with Food and All yes. I was doing some baking For School Bake off and I wanted to make toughy. I knew that was such an Australian comping Tuffy with sprinkles help and I thought okay. Let's sugar it's water. Put it in a pan clearly. Didn't know the process. Let it boil for a little bit and I got this White Syrup and of course it didn't set so it was an absolute failure but there was this curiosity about what actually fail. What what is What is cooking all about and I think it was just curiosity of observing watching food being made even when I was working In hospitality jobs throughout university. I would always watch the chefs. Look how they will creating throughs and I would just simply observe experiment. Ah File a few times and then to really make something amazing So it was just through High School but funding. That's my mom's like don't even even study harmonic. Your that's going to be absolutely stupid. It's looking to help you in university degrees and Blah Blah and that's just a passion. Forget about it so I was like okay. Study that I'll just do another math subject instead so I ended up taking like three or four other subjects that we're more science and maths focused which is really bizarre but that probably did help build an awareness of what types to make something. NFL Makes Sense. Like I feel like that mindset of having procedure would probably help with the eventual design of free products later on down the track. Well no actually. I would almost consider a formula. It's like I wouldn't say a maths equation. But there is ingredients as percentage of proportion where you can experiment and play with this limits to those ingredients then there is a method and generally if you can figure out the rules you can start to really experiment and and create an innovating add creativity into cooking so even when I cook I never measure essentially generally a side from baking with sometimes have to be precise for any dish I will always just throw things in and just based on taste I Or visually seeing what. I'm actually adding and looking at the consistency. I can tell if something's going to be good or not. Yes Ah I think I can sort of see as you've gone into food and beverage innovation that something like that would have really really helped because it it does have to make you aware if you know what I mean like. You've got to be aware of particularly when you have formulated the almond milk recipe like and something that can then be manufactured. Yes that would come in handy. Yes absolutely and even to this day my right team think I'm a little bit crazy. Where all of a sudden I will tell them manufacturer to tweak something in our formula for thirty thousand or sixty thousand leash batch Asia and my teams like you crazy? You haven't even trial this and I'm like no gut feeling I know it's going to be fine. Trust me so they actually think I'm I'm sometimes slightly crazy but it's.

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Smart Poop detection?

Talking Tech

01:36 min | 2 years ago

Smart Poop detection?

"Jefferson Graham. You're listening to talking. Tech a publicist rights to ask me to write about a company name which will be bringing smart diapers to the upcoming. CAS show in January. And just so you know this is not the first smart diaper Pichai Dr received nor will it probably be the last Mo- needs diapers aimed at the senior market has five different sensors and a proprietary learning algorithm. I'm told quote it also includes a Wifi hub and mobile APP UNQUOTE. It gets better. Mony is the only smart solution that can pinpoint the soiled area and determine what it is and we keep going plus. Monique gives up to five. People instant notification so caregivers are always always informed and can take care of the person at the right time fewer infections rashes it Cetera. So just check your APPs and notifications for for the latest update. I'M NOT GONNA say it right here but you know what I'm thinking. Okay two words and the second word is update. The first word starts with a P. and ends with another firm smart he is also launching. Its smart diapers that C. S.. Two co-founder is quoted in a press. Release Quote Smarty will provide peace of mind in approved care for your loved ones with the ability to transform any adult detection into a smart divert that continuously monitors in detects health health conditions he continues our vision also includes introducing technology into the baby feminine care and other markets that connected Tampa on on all

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United's Kirby to take over for CEO Oscar Munoz

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 2 years ago

United's Kirby to take over for CEO Oscar Munoz

"United Airlines C. E. O. Oscar mon yo's is stepping down mon you always will become United's executive chairman he led the airline through a choppy period two years ago more yo's gave up his bonus after the forcible removal of a ticketed passenger led to widespread criticism procedures got in the way of what we know is right Monique was issued an apology is a turning point for all of us here United and SCO it's my responsibility my mission to make sure we all learn from this experience under Oscar Moneo United has reduced delays and cancellations and posted margins United president Jay Scott Kirby will replace ammonia was as C. E. O. Kirby was being considered for the top job at rival American Airlines I'm a Donahue

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Lifetime to Release 3-Hour Salt-N-Pepa Biopic in 2020

The Breakfast Club

00:31 sec | 2 years ago

Lifetime to Release 3-Hour Salt-N-Pepa Biopic in 2020

"All right well I'm really excited for this site and pepper upcoming TV biopic it's going to be on lifetime so to be a limited series yes and they have some of the actors so far everybody hates Chris actress GZ towns in will be portraying thoughts well the young and the restless star at Layla Oldham will be playing Peppa in that limited series also Monique Paul is spend a relic and your mail however will star as Treach from naughty by nature so it should be pretty interesting to to watch and they are as saying that it's also going

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"monique" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

03:38 min | 2 years ago

"monique" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

"Plus, she's gonna meet Arianna Guerande in London. Congrats monique. Billy eyeless now on kiss. FM. Good. Two. Good. Two. One point seven kiss. FM. Picking. Speaking. Another. So we. Yeah. We. Traffic. We have. We've..

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