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What Are You Really Saying? The Power of Nonverbal Communication

Multiamory

02:08 min | Last month

What Are You Really Saying? The Power of Nonverbal Communication

"First off. What the heck do even man. When we're talking about non verbal communication. I think like probably things come to people's mind but we'll just give y'all a definition this one is from indeed dot com and it says that non verbal communication is the transfer of information through the use of body language including eye contact facial expressions gestures and more i think that non verbal communication as a concept has definitely been in the pop psychology zeitgeist for a while and we probably have albert moravian to thank for that researcher of body language and professor emeritus of psychology at ucla. And he. I broke down the components of a face to face conversation back in nineteen sixty seven and in studying that he found that communication is about fifty five percent nonverbal. Thirty eight percent vocal and seven percent words only and moravian studies were meant to compare facial and vocal components in order to decipher a person's attitude. So it wasn't even initially what he was trying to study in. People will often misinterpret the findings by i mean. I think we've all heard the statement that oh ninety percent of all communication is nonverbal but his findings actually demonstrated that in face to face conversations. Nonverbal cues such as body language and tone of voice have a much more significant impact on how others interpret your words and whether or not a listener responds. Well what the speaker is saying. Yeah i've also heard that phrased as that. There's a lot of importance in how you say a thing. Not just what you're saying. And his studies are also important because they posit that in order for people to respond. Well to what you say these three elements of communication so the verbal the words. You're using the nonverbal your body language and facial expressions and then the vocal in terms of how you you know what you're intonation is in your tone of voice that all of those need to be congruent

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"moravian" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:44 min | 7 months ago

"moravian" Discussed on KQED Radio

"It's morning edition from NPR News. I'm Steve Inskeep, and I'm Noel King, Supplemental Security Income, or SS. I is a federal aid program that helps seniors and people with disabilities. It's run by the Social Security Administration, and for some reason, fewer people have been applying for it during the pandemic. January's numbers, in fact, were the lowest on record. Gabrielle Emanuel of member station GBH looked into what's going on breast cancer left Elena Moravian over with migraines and debilitating pain. Unable to work, she was told she'd likely qualify for SS I disability benefits. A recent refugee from Russia. Moravian Ova doesn't speak English, but still she was eager to go to the Social Security Administration field office and apply. We'll demolish the Mexican spreadem. Silly quote. No, we thought we could do it easily, or at least there'll be someone there we could ask where to go and what to do, she says. Yet before she could make it there, The pandemic struck and field offices shut their doors. Ravi Ovo worked up the courage to ask a neighbor to help her apply over the phone with the one you Marie Witham. We called and it was like you are 250th in line. Please wait and we wait and wait and wait. She and I never reached a point where someone would talk to us, she says. Soon covered meant it wasn't safe to see her neighbor who was helping her. So she called the Social Security administration herself using Google translate for the phone prompts that didn't work. Neither did any of her other attempts. It's much more complicated to apply for a disability benefit than it is to apply for retirement or Survivor's benefit. Kathleen Romick is with the center for budget and Policy Priorities, She says. New Benefit Awards are down about 30% during the pandemic, and that's true, especially for people who are older and for people who speak English as a second language. Before the pandemic in 2019, a whopping 43 million people across the country visited an SS a field office. And that's where many of them found out about the SS I program and got help applying, but now they are shuttered. Roman wants to see the Ssh do more to make people aware of this program that's distinct from Social Security benefits. We're not seeing a really robust effort yet, and we're really hoping that agency will undertake won. The essay has acknowledged the drop. In a statement. They said that they're developing a training for caseworkers in the community to help with applications, and they're in the process of producing multimedia ads to raise awareness. I worked for the so security administration for over 20 years before David Weaver retired, he headed up one of their research arms. About eight million people get SS I benefits, but he estimates that because of the drop in new recipients during the pandemic More than 100,000 low income Americans are already missing out on the payments, he says. This is an opportunity to address a problem the program had even before Cove. It Studies show that nearly 50% of people who were eligible weren't getting benefits They didn't know about the program or applying was just too darn hard. Weaver's been brainstorming what to do. Now He points to research that shows you can boost enrollment with mass mailings. That's very easy to them. The agency sends out probably million notices a day for various purposes, Weaver says. A lot is riding on this. And if the S s a can solve this during the pendant Make it can improve access even long after field offices reopen for NPR News and Gabriella.

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"moravian" Discussed on Strength to Strength

Strength to Strength

01:40 min | 9 months ago

"moravian" Discussed on Strength to Strength

"This morning that all the kingdoms of this world parish you kingdom and we thank you lord that is still alive and while you men in many local situations throughout the world. Pray today for the kingdom. We pray lord. You're people with back darkness in the communities where they are and demonstrate with the whole world would look like if everybody obeys the king in little communities our faiths live out the beautiful dynamic realities of the gospel and i thank you for the moravians and they're wonderful Legacy that they left. I thank you also for the wall dance. Thank you for these greatest group that you can't the gospel alive to tremendous times of persecution. Thank you brother can. And the witness blessing to all of us day. Oh god jesus. I not just the worse. That's in the way we live in a way. We talked the way we act are passionate appraisal or the jesus as the number one focus of our lives and she's asleep ray not men will. God bless you each one of you next week. Lord willing here on strengths. Frank brother john. D. is movie Sharing i'm talking about where and what we can learn from it So we'll afford done as you facing each Thank you ryan shop. So man sharpens the counselors..

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"moravian" Discussed on Strength to Strength

Strength to Strength

03:12 min | 9 months ago

"moravian" Discussed on Strength to Strength

"Thanks a lot for sharing. I really was really inspiring during the story. Maria the meridians once into i thought about and or if you any comment so the moravians from what i have heard. I don't read a lot. But they almost exclusively refer to. Jesus is laugh and so they took that characterization of famous language actually isn't a real common biblical thing. It does show up johnson. Jesus curling in got it takes two world and then i think peter talks dollar and jesus as well get. Do you think that that emphasis on that Maybe just as part of jesus factor or that relation away of way of characterizing him hanging do with the the the issues that should out later on in the moravian theology and practice. Well i think that's probably true. I think it contributed both to their amazing as you'll love for people that world as well as than in its excess contributed to to their weird veering off into worshiping the wounds and blood of christ in a biblical way but they did see jesus as a sacrifice for the sins of the people and they saw him very clearly as as the one who can atone for our sins and they went right to the core of the of the matter and preach him crucified as the sacrificial lamb so i think that they appeal to his sacrifice for the human race as as as the answer to everything as somehow they presented him in such a winsome way that it broke the hearts brooks their own hearts and the hearts of the people in trying to minister so maybe motif we should. We should look at and to have impressed on our own. Heart's on more because it seemed as though presenting christ as as the sacrificial lamb was the certainly at the very heart of what they delete for better or for worse that motif on everything published. Yeah yes the symbol is the. You have it on the front of the cover. Page of peter's book on some of the land. What are you think about that brother. Peter's brother john's should you know it is a a new testament theme or focus of somewhat but is not one of the probably. The major theme is christ as savior or king or teacher. But there's so much the motif of the lamb what do you think about emphasizing that. I don't see.

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"moravian" Discussed on Strength to Strength

Strength to Strength

03:35 min | 9 months ago

"moravian" Discussed on Strength to Strength

"So west indies especially the island of saint thomas. Now i'm focusing on that. Of course what was happening there in the on the sugar plantation. Horrible with the call when they call it. The triangle literally the middle passage. What was it called the Where they the yeah. It was It was like a triangle they took the rum from the sugarcane plantations up to new england where they traded it in any went off to the to africa to collect more. Slaves brought the slaves back to the west indies islands in that the whole thing was a horrible horrible evil and so there was a converted slave from one of those islands in the island of saint thomas or measure which one who has been brought to europe and ran into count nicholas and he introduced this. This african rather to the moravian community her. I think it was it so touched his stories of the squalor in the horrible life in slave so touched her the meridian people's that some of them volunteered to go. Bring the love of the lamb to the slave people so many moravian missionaries traveled to these islands in the atlantic to minister to the slaves and When they got there of course nearly naked people or living in poverty by the time the gospel had been preached in twenty or thirty years. The idol of saint thomas other people many of them neatly dressed men and women with orderly families. The hus had been given way to plastered cottages among vegetable gardens and flowers and the the wild daze's the sacrifices of animals to the spirits. They now given way to weddings and funerals held in peace but all his team established a strong christian community there in the island of saint thomas in two or three other islands that came at a great price by seventeen. Sixty eight thirty thirty five years. After the first pilgrims from arabia came there seventy nine missionaries. That were said out from her hood had lost their lives. That's like almost a people had missionaries. Had died a reaching out to this one island but for everyone that died. There were sixty baptized converts and within fifty years number nearly nine thousand african slaves. Only on saint. Thomas who had found the land so greenland is is a surprising story. Who would ever think of going to greenland for mission outreach. They went there early on and and Within nothing it was maybe twenty years or so also a great great sacrifice.

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"moravian" Discussed on Strength to Strength

Strength to Strength

03:22 min | 9 months ago

"moravian" Discussed on Strength to Strength

"And the ladies wore angle. They dresses with a sort of double layer and they had three piece whitecaps that covered all their hair and They had sears appointed in the communities to to approve the clothing styles of the people in the community and they had the regulations against a bright gay clothing and they had it was it was part of of their community life. They didn't depend on any of this for any spiritual improvement necessarily but they simply of they lived in a very strong group kind of brotherhood. Than i could go on into some more of those details but of course. They didn't wear jewelry funerals in the community. Funerals became joyful celebrations. They had this concept of the upper church and the lower church. That is the saints who've gone on before we're part of the upper search and those who were still liable earth where the lower church and on the resurrection day on easter sunday morning the whole community would gather out Early hillsides at the graveyard of those who died in the community and they celebrated together. They sang praises to the land. It was a union in their minds of the upper church in the lower church gives a little bit of a picture into community life. And i know this idealized here as they had plenty of struggles ensure and so let's talk about their worldwide missions carrying the love of christ to world they can see of the home surge in the pilgrim search. The home church was the sending church in the pilgrim church. Was they ends of missionaries. That traveled all over the world in the first forty or fifty years after seventeen. Twenty seven the marines had traveled to the following countries to the hospital and had established churches. Probably in most of these countries. I found a map online. They were all over western and eastern europe. They were in egypt. They were in saudi arabia. They were in north africa south africa. They were in what is now. Bangaladesh's they were in india soon lanka they lapland they were in greenland they were in the west indies on the islands of saint thomas jamaica bear dose and they were in various american communities established of bethlehem pennsylvania licks pennsylvania was originally meridian missionary And then of course this long presence north with carolina a sale which later became winston salem north carolina was originally a moravian mission community. Of course they had these various. Community's outrage is among the north american indians some estimates say about thirty to thirty five years after that community experienced the awakening heard hood. There is in germany in fifteen twenty in seventeen twenty seven. They estimated that the gospel had been preached to maybe a million people around the world by their roving missionaries..

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"moravian" Discussed on Strength to Strength

Strength to Strength

02:51 min | 9 months ago

"moravian" Discussed on Strength to Strength

"But i never heard any talk about chapter nine a few humor. Book the place of the lord's care and if you read that chapter you'll understand why these were german. People and they lived a very orderly and very disciplined lives especially after the came among them and they had community regulations A standard of practice that makes up their say of our standards of practice. If we have the pale by comparison so some of the things that begin to happen after that August the fifth encounter with the land relationships of began to change. David niche and kristen. Dave sat at county. Zoos endorsed table one date and he says we took stock of ourselves and told each other. What still remain tomorrow. The image of christ in us. I i let them say what was the matter with me and then i said what was still the matter with them. That kind of open communication and relationship is is nothing that i lo for as well. So did you know that. Secondly did you know that the the greeting card tradition that we have here in. Our country apparently was begun by the meridian believers. They begin to love each other so much that they began to write out. Sentiments bible verses in wise sayings encouragement on stiff pieces of paper in the began to give them out to their friends in the community. Their brothers and sisters and understand that's where the tradition tells from from the meridians third using hymns thousands of hands were produced by these people who love the land with all their hearts is estimates live in the first years after the land had come among the communities and they were growing as communities around the world. Maybe as many as seventy thousand hymns were written by these people probably most of them centered on the lam a jesus die blood and righteousness is one of them now. I know that the theology there is isn't exactly a baptist. i confess. I love that him. Jesus blood and righteousness talks about the words right now. My glorious dress the idea of putting on jesus righteousness as a as a cloak or as a garment isn't exactly at the heart event of apostolic. That i find great comfort of that So yeah maybe a heretic. So.

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"moravian" Discussed on Strength to Strength

Strength to Strength

05:57 min | 9 months ago

"moravian" Discussed on Strength to Strength

"Have to give credit here in credits for what i know what i know about the meridians. Isn't that much. And what what i do know comes from The vote by peter hoover behold the lamb and peter hoover wrote this book back in two thousand five and it was put online in. It's still available now from amazon. Behold the lamb about john d. had said at the beginning of this call. That bench press did not publish the book because of the ecumenical ism that the moravians promoted impacted already. So i suppose at the end of the call here. We can talk about that if wish the other things i've done which impacted me a great deal after. I read the book for the first time failing. I had the privilege of visiting the community of in hidden which is in eastern ohio just east of holmes county. It's now in ohio state park and this is an amazing amazing story. And this is where the story of the anna baptist and the moravian comes together. because they're at naughton. We have a memorial today of a terrible incident that took place in seventeen. Eighty two David zags burger a moravian missionary. Had come to this area to work with delaware indians and this is an amazing thing We'll get into their mission movement of it later but for now he come in just a bit on. There were among the first nations people of north america on the meridians came at great sacrifice stint many years with various tribes to hear the east. I think david's vergara himself. I think spent over fifty years among the american indians and So he was involved in setting up the community at at norden in shown brin that he'd house of grace or houses of peace and so The they are taught at the converts who came to the land they talked in the seminal the mount non resistance so these warring indian people lay down their tomahawks and their bows and he became peace loving new testament believers and were in the embraced on resistance..

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"moravian" Discussed on Strength to Strength

Strength to Strength

05:20 min | 9 months ago

"moravian" Discussed on Strength to Strength

"Overpower another two can withstand him Fold cord is not going Welcome here to strength strengths to see quite a number of you on here this morning. I didn't know if we would have a lot on in light of yesterday being christmas. Some family gatherings happen till late in the evening or something like that. Yes good to have you here Brother ken here with us. Ken is a dear friend of mine. he gets a row shoulders on hurt initiatives and one of those is our mission here at followers of jesus adviser for congregation so he Frequent our congregation. That's a real blessing. One thing that. I'm sure a number of you would never for the ken as he spent a couple of years in prison. Your maybe two. And a half years ago i think he got out of the can and And another little tidbit about that is that i've heard can say that In prison was very special time in his life. Time of of of just s- crucial intimacy with god is sometimes. We'll have to have on here and talk about that experience I know that you did here. Maybe two months ago. The kenyan actress actually matthew drip down to interview you. That was quite interesting. And but that is this route as grand quite a bit since then and maybe back on some ends up about that is here to talk about Meridian's talk about the option that rod dreher garage road. I remember when it was prison. He wrote a right after but view book that and really stoked him and ken cares deeply about community about seeing the kingdom of god. That's the way that jesus wants to see the best and that is true Communities of believers as lending name out and expanding it around the world. I really haven't been blessed with brother cans then s looking forward to the talk here this morning so before we get started Well one more thing yet Brother ken is out is in ohio with his in laws place and he said the only he could find was a laundry room. That will be a quiet place to shares but. Thank you for. Ken for being willing the con- here this morning. And even in the midst of your travels and share here. So let's mrs bauer. As for prayer father your mercies are new again..

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"moravian" Discussed on Talking Biotech Podcast

Talking Biotech Podcast

05:50 min | 1 year ago

"moravian" Discussed on Talking Biotech Podcast

"Extensively started an engineered the decision five. To the point that we have extremely important. Tees that act in the in the range of the? Of the become all our. Concentration. Also, important is the fact that there is the possibility to reach these. Against from agonists into antagonist by modifying their interviews. Finally. Another Tanqueray of drugs or vows are also very promising are antibodies. These are very difficult to obtain basically very difficult to obtain an antibody to bind five. As an antagonist. And also to compete with Jimmy One twenty in order to we need each of angry there are three such the bodies. which are ingredient tires one is called pro one hundred and forty or Noorani mob, and the other one is called. CR Five Mahboob zero zero four. And then there's another one that is called air all ABC fifteen. are extremely interesting because you other to the inhibition of. And the blocking of this after. All the extra functions that are brought about by the body. For instance from the seaport and the possibility to bind to receptors. See that's been pretty exciting to think about all the different ways in which drugs have been targeting these molecules that are required for. HIV, propagation. Well what about other targets and other drugs? So what other drugs are being developed to potentially decrease viral tigers? As a sent before the therapy for HIV is very. Effective one. So whenever you want hub in new drive, you have to you know develop develops affinities really special because the draws available already super bowl. But. There is a sanctuary over new. Drugs emerging that are really very promising for a number of reasons I already mentioned that before but they would like to stress it more now, and these are broadly neutralizing antibodies because basically these antibodies are very potent. They can target. Most of the virus trains. And they can act as drugs they can. Provide passive immunization and they're extremist rental for boxing element. So. On one hand, you want to cure infected people from Asia the but on the other hand, you really want to prevent new infections. Do something that a tend to do on the podcast and maybe as a little bit hazardous but. You mentioned that some of these are in clinical trials. Are there any hints of success or any really mystic findings that could be of interest to those who have HIV? So. In terms overseas five diners as I said before we have Moravian drug. In that we have to one of. These. In clinical trials. Other than that the. River tees. Not. It's more difficult to put forward campaign here with this because you know. When you go for? You have. To face much higher level to the difficulty. And more. Although wants us to see penny. Propping. Dr Luke. Evangelista thank you very much for joining me on the PODCAST. Thank you very much. An was a big pleasure for me. And as always, thank you for listening to the talking biotech podcast. Really appreciate your reviews. On itunes or any place where you consume media, your sister patriots helping us advertise the podcast in our listenership is growing so even. A dollar. A month is a really big deal. So thank you very much for all of that assistance. This is the biotech podcast.

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"moravian" Discussed on Fantasy Feast: 'Eatin

Fantasy Feast: 'Eatin

05:40 min | 1 year ago

"moravian" Discussed on Fantasy Feast: 'Eatin

"For some. I met Dan. Was One of my other businesses. Go big recruiting for high school athletes because they couldn't me if I'm wrong. You were the recruiting coordinator I. Know You still work at Lackawanna? College, but you're the recruiting coordinator. Right? Yeah, as part of recruiting and coaching the running backs at the time I, think it was two, thousand, six, two, thousand, seven, Ross, and You know I think for your listeners that just shows a pays to be good people and follow your passion. 'cause it connected me what you and here we are many years later. Yeah now dynasty theory is part of the Ross Tucker podcast network, but so Dan has a background in recruiting as a coach as a player and Lackawanna I duNno, Joe. How familiar you are jost from up in the eastern area. Right Joe Yeah I'm from the Valley and. Just a just to throw out there. My brother-in-law is a coach. The offensive coordinator at Moravian College in Bethlehem so he my brother-in-law coach the tight ends for a year or two at Villanova, He was then the he was then the quarterbacks coach up at up at. Mercy, Hurston Eerie and now he's He's coaching. He's the offense coordinator. Moravian College so a lot of Pennsylvania connect. He was actually Ross. a quarterback at Lasalle College, high school and in the Philadelphia area, so he so we. We have Pennsylvania. Football got on lockdown here and then Lackawanna Joe I. Don't know how familiar you are the listeners, but they have like twenty guys. Go D one every year. Not White played there the former number seven overall pick in the draft for the bears. I don't who else went there Dan that people might know. Brother Xeres a linebacker for the chargers right now. He's competing for a starting job with them. Mark Lewinsky's the right guard for the colts. He just signed a new contract. He's doing excellent there in Indianapolis. We got prospects all over the place. Right now we got Dijon Warren. WHO's got scholarship offers from about twenty five different institutions probably selling them short. They are Alabama Georgia. Penn state we have a bunch of kids at Penn state right now and we been high, and it's a great experience. When I started there, Ross. I really learned what work ethic in film study is I. Can't tell you how much film I did. Get the opportunity to watch. Watch in Kinda like your boy. Greg cosell analytics, guys, fantasy football, and there's film guys I love watching the NFL film and I learned a lot like want college to help me do so well. That was going to be my question right, so you're really a dynasty fantasy football. You've been emailing me last couple of years about how much you love it. You listen to the fantasy fees and everything like that. So most of your decision making is it fair to say comes from Your coaching background, and actually studying in watching the players. So then like how much time do you spend watching the rookies? So you know who to draft? Yeah it rookies has been like the next evolution for me. You know it starts on football Sunday I've got three TV's on I got the ipad on a separate screen. I picked the players I wanNA watch each week during the week I'll watch the subscription to the NFL access I'm watching you know things. I might have missed. There are certain players I wanna see, and then it's trying to keep up with college football, and then when the season's over you know absorbent, as much college football as I, can't it to catch up with the rookie class, and it's you know, believe believing in my eyes and a combination out of much knowledge..

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"moravian" Discussed on The Billowing Hilltop Podcast

The Billowing Hilltop Podcast

05:52 min | 1 year ago

"moravian" Discussed on The Billowing Hilltop Podcast

"Okay. I guess if I tell him maybe this magician. Guy will squeak at Moravian from the ground and again. I'm closest team and rolling at disadvantage. Move Action to get up and then giving him mis anyway so it doesn't matter so you missed dinner so I missed him. Yeah can't disadvantage disadvantage. So all to choose. That's okay you guys. I think we can carry on. Okay let's dance you stand up. I I have a a that you can get cleaned up with a little cream from their both agree. Say when you first start shaving you always gay bashing south. I'm you'll notice changes in your body as you can see his age. I'm I'm going to second wind and thank you Jenny. Second thing as a Bonus Action Okay Bowen. And we move onto grumbled okay. I do actually have one. Spell left sorcery point Spell should I do? The Wizard cub cub in furtherance miserable. Ten ten is Miss B. I own now. He's my point fashion. Your dice okay. You get to roll the dice again. His role in that role again and at a d six and fifty six twenty one. Yeah that's good enough nice. You damage is three. And what twenty? One Point King how he looks at damage. That's absolutely not doing on his hails. He's still up. He looks very very unwell. And this purples round lying on the ground shaking the the clutch of death from yourself. You get to act. Yeah so fortunately I think is GonNa have to use of his spells to heat himself guy but does he because maybe you can just hang out at the back So we wanted to do. Another dissonant whispers on companies instead. Okay what saving thirteen DC. Thirteen year rolls and nine which is not enough. How much damage says Three d? Six points demos pointed demos directories demos which is a nine and your psychic. Your psychic whispers. Climb inside his brain and slay covens with my strange is. I stare at him like it's village at the debt limit. He's got this blonde hair. Yeah Yeah Yeah yeah apples. And he's just from space. You Die Canas you doing anything else. Sorry no I'm getting carried away is the else I'm going to do anything else. Going to be bank okay. And it's the bad guys certain. Parker would you like to take? I certainly I'm class. Eight eight is Amiss. Die Okay. There's one two three four five six. And then he takes dash action two three four five six and that is all he can do And it's park around. What's the range of a doubt half? Look it up on weapons range twenty foot. Do you WanNa make a shins check or not. Perception check own a check park up by the way perception Chang either one perception or connor. Jeez okay I would guess that BURP and if anybody can make that. Perception DOT COM check apart from grumbled seventeen That's good enough. He cost a spell. You think yeah before. He ran the attack of open treat. I think that Builders nailed it. Okay I know I'm going to do. I am long strider. Excellent talking speed increases by ten feet. Yeah until the spends and then to what does expeditious retreat to and gives you an extra bash living. Yeah that means now move. Forty eight squares screen is okay. So you're in the mouth of Ken to scratch behind him yet. Guys more guys out that right under soon as you step out there your shot at the Alamo across pope comes whizzing out. How many people can missing judge and Mrs You? There's just one and it misses you zing humming past your ear But there's something else. Can you give me a perception check? Finally Sixty sixteen is good enough A MEDUSA SEE Mackenzie said the looting if it goes a SPA unless you sixteen or more on your perception J. Right to the edge up on the rocks watching from a distance there is another figure in the darkness. And you with your perception check. You recognize that figure as being Chiang Fang Cam. The Warrior leader of the three explorers being standing there. Just watching.

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"moravian" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:33 min | 1 year ago

"moravian" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Board and for more please download a business day report because you're listening to the BBC world service and now witness history with me Josephine Cassidy today a hidden piece of Indonesia's history I'm talking to Nancy is kinda he was a leader of Indonesia's transgender rights movement in the nineteen seventies and eighties I met her at her office in Jakarta sangat Moravian Dennis embrace social media when I was in junior high school whenever I could I'm still the opportunity to put on my cap Nancy growth as a boy in Indonesia in the sixties but she became a teenager she started to feel more like a go see what the military got those we got locked yeah the shuttle my father was from the military when I was thirteen years old my parents told me because of my deviant behaviors that I thought were embarrassing that my desire to be more feminine didn't die it only burn brighter but Nancy felt completely ostracized from society she couldn't get a regular job and people call have banshee it was a slur used to denigrate transgender women and how did you feel when people use this time and she to describe you yes although I had a son so yeah Debbie but I was upset that I could take that so long as it was not a physical attack if it was just word socket swallowing once Nancy left school along with many other transgender women she turned to sex work Sangamo's secondly yet on any of the black on black one local granite yet proceeded yeah I spent eight years on the streets as a prostitute but it was fun because I was transgender people we could be free wear dresses and dress like supermodels but how life is hard she and her friends were frequently rounded up arrested and beaten up by the police but do not yet have time to get up and but how loud that he it was started because we felt miserable about our lives and the government at the time was always coming to the street in Jakarta where we weren't writing house and arresting us and there was no solution and so they started talking to the municipal government in Jakarta about the situation and they gain the sympathy of the governor at the time of the city can determine the money yeah we got a double double so we discussed how we could get recognition from society so we decided to form an organization initially.

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Citizen science project is changing the climate conversation

Climate Connections

01:12 min | 1 year ago

Citizen science project is changing the climate conversation

"White Husic is a biology professor at Moravian College in Pennsylvania. She studies how climate change affects forest habitats in the mountains of Appalachia and had been thinking a long time about how to engage people in conversation about climate change and a state that has a long history of fossil fuel use especially in rural areas. Where it's kind of controversial so in two thousand ten US started the eastern Pennsylvania phonology project. She has local residents to submit data about when they saw certain flowers. Blooming trees leaping out and birds returning in the spring. I thought it might be interesting to think about. What are people noticing in their backyards? Perhaps a way to start a conversation. That wasn't politicized right from the beginning. She says the project helped her build relationships with local residents and organizations who now trust her expertise she's been invited to speak to fishing and hunting groups and she says people call up to talk about what they're observing in the region and they contact me to say. Hey I noticed this change. Do you think it's due to that stuff? You work on is almost like this. Don't say climate change but they're talking about it and asking about it which I think is a huge change from just a few years

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"moravian" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

03:18 min | 2 years ago

"moravian" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Though, I'm pretty sure when most of us heard the story of the the. Murder mob, boss, Frank. What do you call? It Frankie boy Kelly. This is lamonica Joey roast beef joined baggage donuts. But anyway, Gambia no crime, boss, Francesco, Frankie boy. Kelly. Who was gunned down the other day? Yeah. What's going on? What are all the mob angles on it? Fanny godfather movies is running scenarios in their head shoot. Joe Pesci in a basement somewhere. What's going to happen Zini? Was it? Really? Yeah. I never liked that guy. You know, why because bond Zini wanted to get into drugs, right? A Kelly wouldn't have it. Now, everything all the other vices. Okay. But not the drug. I don't wanna be in. So the kids and Kellyanne all the judges and the police in his pocket. So you know, them nickels and dimes. This could be the rest of the show, by the way. I can quote the entire movie equal at the third one best. That's his favorite says said so it wasn't according to what are thank. Instead, they arrested a twenty four year old construction worker. Who was dating Kelly's daughter, and he wasn't having it. And then this this out weird. This story gets so they arrest him. They say he killed him. Because the guy wouldn't let him date his daughter, and then the guy's sitting in corden arraignment and on his hand, he's drawn Cunanan references and maga- which I'm not I'm not one hundred percent. Sure wasn't just about screwing with because he's shown it to the reporters. The guy thinks it's I don't know. I have no idea. I the whole thing is just not going in the direction that I thought it was well we have yet. Another follow up story. So they laid him to rest, and there's a back story here specifically because he got a pretty sweet spot at the at the Moravian cemetery in on Staten Island. They have stacked mausoleums there, and you can that look out over the ocean. And he's he's centered up in one of these things. Well, because they weren't really expecting him to die at that moment. They had to scramble to get them a good spot. And according to the New York Post, basically some guy walked into the cemetery office with a suitcase full of cash and explained to the folks at the cemetery which mausoleum position that mister Kelly would like. And the deal was closed. At that. At that time. Yes. Thank you just said a bunch of enforcers into the cemetery office with a suitcase full of cash and explained which mazal Liam never mind is probably somebody else's that Mr Kelly will have. And now that's where he's.

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"moravian" Discussed on Creators Collective

Creators Collective

04:07 min | 2 years ago

"moravian" Discussed on Creators Collective

"It's always a it's always painful when you when you have to put an entire video into ups failed as opposed to just showing one step of it. And then what I would like to do is actually than show going back and doing it again and putting it all into one video, but that was not an option. So if you wanna see me totally mess up it's live on YouTube. But go back into another one soon. It's a fun place to play with have you played with the spill plane. I've not now they're they're really cool a plane now, but a lot of fun. Can you hear me now? Am I yes? Yeah. Okay. No, I've not played this field plane. But look who I didn't even know what when will until on them. And I was like that's pretty cool. They're they're enjoyable to us though. I haven't found a way to actually use them for anything. Than making spill don't have Kansas. Yeah. Yeah. I don't have a pipe to light or anything like that. Yeah. Let's see the other thing. I've got a I was doing touched attendance this week, which are a really fun. It's through ten in joint. And then you put a tusk or a wedge in the tenant at six out. The other side it's designed for like knock down furniture. But as join ary goes, it's just about as they get because you'll find this in gypsum, Egyptian join ary earlier, it's more than ten is basic. But if you wanna stop the Moore's intended from coming apart, and you haven't figured out glue yet you put a pin in it. And it's actually older to do a tusked pin than it is to put a pin through both pieces the joint. So it's kind of a cool thing that one of those I noticed I noticed the wedge on your desk, ten to sound the the screen shot. But I didn't actually watch the video. It looked a pretty steep angle on that wedge. It was not as an acute. Well, then no as in like like. Steep. It looked like, you know, should have been, you know, if it was should've maybe twenty degrees instead of, you know, thirty five degrees or something like that. No. It's this is that like fifteen degrees or so it's it's a one eight that comes out. Okay. So. So there's no there's no right or wrong to what the angle is. Because the the more acute you makes the angle the more force you can put into the joint, but it also makes it harder to take part. And so if it's something you're going to be taking part, right? You actually want a fairly wide angle on their. Yeah. I guess I was thinking more along the lines of like dining table with tusk ten naturally. That's straight pop. Yeah. Yeah. Where you're not. Yeah. Yeah. Because you're not really taking that apart. And it's more for that extend. Yeah. If you look at a lot of the old knock down furniture like campaign furniture. They have very wide angles on there. So that they can pop in and out by hand. Yeah. The Moravian like. Like, the meridians actually are pretty pretty shallow because they're more tended to be set there. But like campaign furniture like before military military. Use those are are fairly big, right? But then you get into things like the arts and crafts, and they like very very shallow angle on. It's almost a pin. But just enough that doesn't slide out the bottom. Yeah. Like green and green. Yeah. In and they like the pillow ten yeah. Yeah. I'm alive. What else? Okay. So the baby's on the way, and that's like mind blowing put us week. I know shocking that I put out to in one week one was basically it was a new series. They started just called two-minute tool tip, and it's not actually two minutes, and everyone let me know how stupid that Is is in. to be a quick overview of a tool like maybe something that. You know, just to demystify things for people into quickly started one on the card scraper just on how to set up straight out of the box. Really people seem to really like that. And you know, there's always a couple of haters goose in papers..

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"moravian" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"moravian" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

"You simply spit into the two provided in your Twenty-three. Meet kit kitten. Mail your saliva back. I did that. All right. Let's tell people what they really want here lies me and I'm going to tell you what we did here. All right, you ready for this. Let's hear it. I am ninety three percent European Jew. Nice western in central Europe, Mike, seven percent like Poland, Slovakia, Hungary, and Moravian western Ukraine. Moldova eastern Romania, maybe maybe Romania and that we're Transylvania's Romania is that another country I, it doesn't matter. It was just really neat to see. You know where I sorta come. I'm from dude. I think everybody wants to know where they come from. Where do you come from? Rob, I'm polish. Have you done Twenty-three in me, I have a kit sitting at home that I have not done it in the son of a bitch, and let's get going bud other talk about it next time. Twenty three and me offer so many different reports, rob the bitter taste report, you know anything about that. I don't and sweet and salty reports they can. DNA can play a role in determining your food preferences. Sleep reports, the deep sleep report tells you if you're more likely to be an especially deep sleeper, saturated, fat, and wait reporters, just so much lactose intolerance. I should have read this because I am lactose intolerant. I mean, there's just so much in twenty three meet told you. Yeah. Well, you can order your Twenty-three in me health and ancestry service kit at twenty three and me dot com slash I. Oh, you. That's the number two, three and me dot com..

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"moravian" Discussed on The Official Impractical Jokers Podcast

The Official Impractical Jokers Podcast

03:27 min | 3 years ago

"moravian" Discussed on The Official Impractical Jokers Podcast

"It depends on the place like what you're allowed to put their of your allowed to plant something or if it has to be an pot and like you obviously they don't allow certain plants or they're not responsible for certain. Okay. Let's say right. Like I'm visiting a loved one that passed away. Okay. And I bring some empty bottles because you know that person was a drinker and you think you're going to bring them empty bottles? Yeah. Yeah, because I drank or something you bring a you share share a beer with your uncle. Anyway, what what I'm doing is I'm leaving these bottles and you come along, you think like a kid just partied there and drank, but that is that is a testament to that person. Is that what I'm supposed to say, tribute person and you're, you're taking away my bottle. Yeah, totally did that. I would go to throw them all out was at Moravian hundred. No, it was Fairview cemetery areas instead on. Yeah. Did you ever suspect that maybe that was ghosts coming out drinking and leaving the mess? No, that is kinda creepy. Danny, what are you talking about? Girlies not drink. They would drink like ghost, alcohol, like they wouldn't. You know what I mean? I never thought about that. Daddy believing goes, no, I don't believe in ghosts. My son believes go, I got one free. Danny. Do you know what ghosts drink? No, I don't what to goes. Drink spirits. Oh, that's gonna say, ooh. Oh, Bush is good. There was there was a two time show has been cancelled. I had to fill something in crested Butte which is in Colorado, and there was a liquor store that was called like that had like a ghosts on it, and it was called something like with spirits in it, but I didn't get it. And I thought it was so weird that they're like they're advertising like that you could die. Car accident. He was. I was like, what is going on with this place? Like why they're advertising that, like you die from alcohol, but I digress. But no, I wasn't scared. It was in the more. It was a nine to one shift though, so that's like the real graveyard shift. I wouldn't come out night till now. I don't think so. The guys have pretty weird jobs. The guys, you know, salve worked as a bartender and he would be at the cargo, which was the name of the place where John and I pretty much met and it would hang out with Sal. You're give them a lot of credit because we all know he's such a germaphobe, but I remember stains on the bar closed and Sal would have to like clean up just that bar garbage. You know what I mean? And he would do it because it was his job, but you knew he hated it. That was that was every night. Like people forget just like I know handling all of that that was a bar back before, and yet you have to clean everything. It's gross l. and people like puke in the bathroom or some people when they're drunk or just jerks in the bathroom. Like people just pee on the floor. And it's like intentionally, I feel how you miss by that much. That's how I do it. No, I dine and dash pee all over bar backers. The worst job I've ever had. I hated every second of being a bar back unleashed was this is Danny green unleash. Danny green on miserable miserable. I just hated the bartenders were terrible guys, and God forbid, you know, I didn't bring them beer. They got very angry at me. It was bar and Asmaa. They're jerks. They were jerks, Aspen, Aspen. It's been. What happened. The witness protection. Yeah, I lived there for a few years and it was a bar back during right into, I think you're immortal. I think that's..

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"moravian" Discussed on Business Daily

Business Daily

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"moravian" Discussed on Business Daily

"An it's not subtle we have known for a long time the how you say something and the known verbal signals you give off when you're saying it is very much more important than simply the woods in selves albert moravian immerses professor of psychology at ucla conduct to some of the most definitive work on phnom bubba communication which showed that when you say something with fearing or attitude measure the communication monte threepercent invite comes through norm verbal expressions eg body language and tone of voice rather than through the woods themselves how well do woods communicate when you don't deliver them verbally with all without feeling to cheat say when you send them an email nothing annoys me more were these days when people who sit a few meters from each other or perhaps even only to all across a desk communicate by email which is wrong with getting up and gang to see if they of that is it share laziness going to see the all the person will be a much better way of getting an instant reply as it rolled a forces yellow person to address the question email is a very poor medium for communication because the scope for misinterpretation is so great media richness theory shows us that the rich at the meeting of communication in other words the more channels of communication available from message the more accurate and more effective the message is conveyed email uses only words there is no approaching diva tone of voice all body language to add to the interpretation in other words don't email unless you have to sometimes you communicate before you even open your mouth when i'm giving careers advice to women i suggest if they are attending and important business meeting or job interview they think not just about the clothes they all wearing but the bank they are carrying now i'm sorry to offend overwhelm the partial for pink hair bought if you walk through the door carrying something bright pink with thoughts on it or maybe even fluffy the person you are meeting might take a view on you based solely on this known doubled.

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