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Fresh update on "natasha" discussed on All Things Considered
"A requirement that brokerage firms report the proceeds of stock trades Other kinds of income like business profits and rent are still a blind spot for the government though It's as if people who draw a paycheck or constantly having their speed monitored while landlords and law partners are miles from the nearest radar gun There's virtually zero cheating that goes on in terms of non reporting of wage income There's a fair amount of cheating that goes on in non reporting of other kinds of income The Treasury Department estimates that cheating cost the government some $600 billion a year Democrats hope to collect some of that to help finance their agenda And to help The Tax Collector nowhere to look the Biden administration wants banks to report the total amount of money flowing in and out of accounts each year If someone's bank account grows by a $1 million but they report just $50,000 of income the IRS might have a few questions Banks argue the reporting would be too costly and make extra work for their customers at tax time But a quick glance at a bank's statement chose banks already have this information and Natasha Syrian of the Treasury Department says there's no extra paperwork for customers From the taxpayers perspective literally nothing is required Still rob Nichols and the bankers association are fighting hard against sharing account information with the government We're very concerned that a they can't use the data efficiently effectively It's very unclear if they can keep it safe and it's going after hardworking average Americans who pay their taxes Faced with that opposition congressional Democrats did scale back the proposal this week So banks would only have to report on accounts with more than $10,000 in total deposits or withdrawals each year What's more wages and government benefits would not count towards that total Historian thorndike still thinks the requirement will be a tough sell politically but he understands why Democrats are pushing for it There is an awful lot of income that goes unreported and they need to find ways to identify it Because that unreported income really does cost the rest of us money Democrats argue the well healed opposition only highlights how much money is at stake It's got horse the empire news Washington Our next story begins in a place many of us are familiar with up awake watching a YouTube video at three in the morning That's where Princeton evolutionary biologist Shane Campbell Staten found himself a few years ago.
Fresh update on "natasha" discussed on Equity
"To me are <Speech_Male> Tapping into <Speech_Male> something that's very material. <Speech_Male> Like 4500 <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> customers is <Speech_Male> an insane amount <Speech_Male> of money of <Speech_Male> activity. And buy <Speech_Male> in from the market. <Speech_Male> And so, you know, <Speech_Male> shout out. That's cool. <Speech_Male> I don't know if they'll <Speech_Male> go into the evaluation messenger <Speech_Male> go public, but <Speech_Male> certainly <SpeakerChange> there's a real <Speech_Female> substance there to be <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> sat upon. Yeah, <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> I agreed. And <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> also, so <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> sorry Natasha really one <Speech_Female> quick point deal <Speech_Female> in September <Speech_Female> 2020 raised <Speech_Female> $30 million. <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> So this is <Speech_Female> just again illustrative <Speech_Female> of the <Speech_Female> crazy jump <Speech_Female> in <Speech_Female> a size <Speech_Female> deal sizes and <Speech_Female> valuation that we're seeing. <Speech_Female> So <SpeakerChange> sorry, I <Speech_Female> just had to point that out. <Speech_Female> No, it's <Speech_Female> important because it <Speech_Female> feels like you guys are <Speech_Female> both saying more grounded <Speech_Female> in reality. Every <Speech_Female> founder we talk to these <Speech_Female> days is focused on <Speech_Female> hiring. And <Speech_Female> so when it comes <Speech_Female> to priorities and what <Speech_Female> they're going to spend SaaS <Speech_Female> subscription money <Speech_Female> on, it makes sense that <Speech_Female> it would be a company like deal, <Speech_Female> which makes hiring a <Speech_Female> little bit easier and <Speech_Female> paying those people <Speech_Female> easier. <Speech_Female> Will deal <Speech_Female> be able to <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> keep growing <Speech_Female> when the bubble <Speech_Female> pops? I don't <Speech_Female> know, but it <Speech_Female> feels like definitely one of <Speech_Female> those companies that is set to <Speech_Female> benefit while every startup <Speech_Female> is out there <Speech_Female> raising. It's kind of <Speech_Female> like the tie that <SpeakerChange> lifts all boats <Speech_Female> and deal is definitely <Speech_Male> one of those startups. Yeah. <Speech_Male> Okay, so that is <Speech_Male> a great note to end <Speech_Male> on a rising tide <Speech_Male> does lift all boats. But do <Speech_Male> you know what comes after your rising <Speech_Male> tide? The other <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> direction. <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> And we <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> are still here <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> in the <Speech_Male> startup endless <Speech_Male> summer <Speech_Male> and seriously. <Speech_Male> You know, just <Speech_Male> every quarter that goes by <Speech_Male> we seem to set new records <Speech_Male> in different geographies <Speech_Male> and different categories <Speech_Male> and <Speech_Male> ever bigger <Speech_Male> rounds. 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The <Speech_Female> growth stage <Speech_Female> attitude is going to catch <Speech_Female> up with a lot of companies, <Speech_Female> though. <Speech_Female> You can <Speech_Female> show growth in a time where <Speech_Female> everyone is growing. <Speech_Female> But what happens <Speech_Female> when <Speech_Female> some of those startups <Speech_Female> start to feel <Speech_Female> the effects <Speech_Female> of hypergrowth <Speech_Female> attitudes and <Speech_Female> not too much investment <Speech_Female> in other parts of their <Speech_Female> business? I don't <Speech_Female> know, that <SpeakerChange> feels like <Silence> <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> next. <Speech_Male> We'll see that when it <Speech_Male> happens until the equity <Speech_Male> is out of here. We <Speech_Male> did four episodes this <Speech_Male> week because we can't shut <Speech_Male> up, but we're going to for <Speech_Male> two full days. We are <Speech_Male> back Monday morning. <Speech_Male> Natasha Marianne, <Speech_Male> as always an absolute pleasure, <Speech_Music_Male> and don't forget <Speech_Music_Male> next week is our sass event <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> and we have a space <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> event coming up because we <Speech_Music_Male> just don't <SpeakerChange> stop. <Music> All right, bye.
"natasha" Discussed on Sucias are my Favorite
"Time we went out he would flirt with whomever was whether it was the waitress. The hostess coc- whoever it was if it was a female he flirts and he just always sit there and like they're pretty and emmy at times it would bother me but i'm not trying to be like one of those women that are like makita. You know pull agree with someone. Says she's very you know. I don't want him to get the sense that i'm insecure myself. I'm not don't embittered after After constantly flirting in his constant gawking. Because he he literally will stare at a woman over and over and he can't get his eyes off of him in just like it's kind of it's uncomfortable for me. Even one of his fans have you mentioned like did. You're hitting on women when you have a beautiful women. Sit next to you. Why would you do that. You're like messing it up. And then he turned around and say. Is it really bothering you bathe. And i'm like i all i can say is i. You know i just would not disrespect. That's all i can say. I don't want i don't wanna be this ghetto girl With like it. No i just feel like. I'm not i don't need amana babysitter near your grown ass. Man you're in your forties. You know what women lied. I'm sure you've dated. You know what's acceptable and what's not acceptable. And if someone's telling you from another perspective like your friend is even telling you obviously you're doing. I think it's something that you may be meet a crack. And i talked to him about that. I brought it up to him. When i told him it was over. I said it was just kind of uncomfortable. And then you will gawk at women but then you also mentioned to me that you're upset with me. Has you noticed that. I've gained some weight and so that was like that kind of hurt me. I was like okay. Says out by if if we're not suitable if you're not finding the attack. Enough bench made restrictive scar on ways. You know just. I'm not gonna cry. I'm not going to be. I just think that keep staying with somebody because you feel that there with you and then looking around what i feel it is. I feel like they're just searching casting their their net out there to see if they can find something better if they're constantly flirting and gawking at other people when they're whiskey and it just makes me feel like you do that in front of me do you do. When you're not in front of me to be clear my friend natasha. She's very attractive. She is pretty pretty beautiful features. And i don't wanna go describe too. Sorry she has a beautiful smile like the whitest teeth of anyone. I know which. I keep forgetting. I'm need to know your teeth whitening secret.
"natasha" Discussed on Sucias are my Favorite
"No no no as it gets lieke Gonna cigarette smoke. Gotta remember you smoking. You're frozen am i at least president angle. Now you're now. You're better shower from pajamas. Lon what what you put. Yeah because you sleep tuazon bouquet. My kids are coming home tonight because usually the little insects of me but authentic into his room. And i'll be like i just like with a row in nothing underneath to to know so tonight. We're going to talk about dating. Tell me about the relationship. what happened was going on asked me about past relationships. I wanted his last one because it was kind of like drama over. You know. I know what i gotta spill the tiv. They're not you know like hydra off make you like maria. Gimme like again exotic. You ought to be natasha japan lucius. I'm that but the guy you're welcome to another episode of seuss are my favorite today. I have a special guest. She is a friend of mine. She's gonna spill some teas so we've got to hide her identity a little bit so tonight. We're speaking with air quotes. Natasha natasha. How are you doing tonight. i'm good. How are you woke up from a nap. That i didn't wanna wake up from. I was like very close to canceling. no casino. the reschedule with you and who knows when you come back on blah blah blah. So how's life treating you. What's going on. I think pretty good been pretty good stuff out a month ago. I lost my dog. And i mean that's probably the only thing that's happened other than that. Everything's pretty good. Work is good. Okay so lose. The boyfriend isn't that sad either for almost losing the boyfriend. Isn't that sad now. Never it's never that's wrong. Okay so tell us about this relationship that you're of still in. I was over at least from the conversations. We were having this past week. I thought it was over but distanced from the beginning. How did you meet what happened. What's going on and just take us through the whole thing. Well we met like almost how everybody needs nowadays right so who media whatever never on a dating site so i just decided had been messaging me for a while and i know him because he's do some work with my brother and so just one day that high and i was in my mood and i replied and that's our You have been dating sites because that's how we met not that we were meant to date like us but it was years ago. This is years years and years ago yet. That one time i think it was like zincs. I was on it for like less than a month. Because i was just like this weird. I don't know because prior to being on the dating site you know. I've been in law on a relationship and then prior to that relationship. I was married for seventeen years. So i didn't really know how to date so my friend was like trying to china but it was a weird. I'd i'd i just kind of just fell out.
Hillary Clinton Lied to Her Lawyers, Who Lied to the FBI, of a Collusion Hoax
"Folks the big deal about this indictment yesterday of this Clinton associated lawyer in the collusion, hoax case, the big deal about it. It's not that they lied. All right, Hillary Clinton lies like you know. How do you know Hillary Clinton lying? Right? You know, the Joker mouth is moving. Hillary Clinton lies about everything. Ellery Clinton would lie about her first and last name if she had. I mean, Hillary Clinton hasn't told the truth about anything of significance. At any point in life. That's not the shocker. Oh, they lied and made up the collusion hoax that Trump was communicating with the Russian bank and a secret server that was all made up that that's not shocking, like I'm sorry. It's not. That's not the surprising part. Hillary lies about everything that's just who Hillary is. She's a loser like she lies about everything. The reason they're in trouble is didn't only lie about it making up Trump's quoting with the Russians on the server, they had a lawyer. A bunch of lawyers passed this information. It appears from his allegations in the indictment had that the person the FBI That that opened up this international investigation about collusion hoax that never had a shred of evidence to it ever now. I've been. I've been reading to you Some of the highlights from the indictment and they are stunning, including that there was a tech executive involved in this scheme to frame Donald Trump. We have a good idea who he is. I mean, really, how big was this conspiracy? The media was involved. I've got highlights of that coming up soon. Do you want to see all the media idiots that got caught propagating this obvious hoax and they got caught willingly, folks. They knew they were lying and making it up the meteor liars. They knew it. Let's not pretend like Oh golly, they just happened to get caught by mistake. Natasha Bertrand Moscow, Rachel Maddow. Wolf Blitzer, Um Jake Sullivan, the current national security advisor. They all got their all recorded digitally recorded forever propagating the Alfa Bank Cox that this Russian bank was the secret back channel for Trump and Putin.
"natasha" Discussed on Bachelor Party
"Like voted off the island is kind of it bad for him. I feel bad for him. I did not feel bad for chris. I do think in general in society that black women are the least protected group of people at by far not close. Do i think that that was part of it. I think that a lot of the times. It's a part of it and it's unconscious so idea. I don't know if it was purposeful but i can't say that it's not a part of it at all because it happens too far too often especially on reality television for me to say that you know that had nothing to do with it i do like i said on tuesday think the situations are vastly different. Like i think. Just send you as way more hurt by chris and saw future with chris. I don't think. Natasha saw future with brendan at all. And so i think she wanted to try and talk yourself into it. She wanted to but boy. Have i done that. Talk myself into a relationship wasted years before meets absolutely. But so i think that maybe that's another reason like people like even joe on the show which i know like sense has been like i didn't realize natasha's number one fan but on the show. He said you knew what it was so like. He didn't know all the things that brendan was saying to natasha. Shore but like from the outside looking in at the time everyone was like. We're not that surprised like we all knew she was going to come down. We all knew that she was going to choose him right away. We all knew he was going to say yes like. No one seems shocked by behavior where they were shocked by chris so i think that's a big difference but do i think that. Maybe if she weren't a black girl that they would have stood up for her more probably..
Politico Reports Biden White Hosue Wants 'Props' on Afghanistan Efforts
"Here. Politico. Natasha Karaki White house to media. Yeah. Here we go. That's this is the actual headline, Not a joke. They're giving their instructions. White house to Media Colon. We want our props on Afghanistan. We want our props on Afghanistan. What are you? What are they? High school kids? Give me my props, Man. We want our props on Afghanistan. Don't know who that That's a quote from the White House or a quote from the reporter. But maybe always for a moment or two. Maybe right, like adults. I mean, there's only like a bunch of human lives at risk, you know? Just saying We want our props on Afghanistan. He caused the
"natasha" Discussed on Bitcoin Audible
"Bitcoin and you can keep using your poverty paper. We can debate on twitter. We can have conversations about it. Oh oh how. Deflation is so terrible while bitcoin skyrockets in the industry and economy around it literally grow so fast it's ripping people's faces off but you are free to insist that this is a negative development and it is bad for innovation. Or maybe it all stagnates navy the innovation and the bake when economy was just waiting for the right moment to destroy all the incentives and at all halts all just goes to shit will good news basic supply and demand. Make it perfectly clear. This means the value of the money will not increase and everybody will get cold feet and exit back to the politically manipulated. Price controlled garbage that we call the dollar. I'm perfectly happy to take that risk. And you know. I'm sorry for getting heated. I told you i would. I'm sure i'm sure natasha's a perfectly kind individual. I mean no ill-will here she probably cut this off thirty minutes ago so she's she's not listening anyway but just in case. You're free to use whatever you want. I will always extend that freedom to you but understand. We aren't asking permission here. We have the right to make and use whatever money we wish we are running the rules. We are the master of this system. And i don't care what anybody thinks. I'm not asking for my rights to do this on living by them because they are mine. I have chosen to exit the bullshit system that has robbed an entire generation of their livelihood livelihoods and economic progress that propped up disgustingly evil and perpetual war machine bailed out trillions in corporate irresponsibility fraud and blatant corruption all made possible one hundred percent by the arbitrary expansion of credit and the issuance of money by the masters of the monetary policy. Now for some reason it doesn't seem to be that you've factored in that incentive at all in your model and to be perfectly honest. that's the only one. I'm really worried about right now..
Bitcoin's "Naive" Monetary Policy by Natasha Che
"Bitcoin fails as money because of its naive. Monetary policy many people think government printing too much is evil so a fixed money supply must be good the reality a money that cannot expand would crush the economy and put us all in poverty. Here's why and how to fix it to see this. We need to understand why monetary deflation and expanding economy do not go together. Let's simplify so it's easier to see say. We have an economy with one product. The twinkie and one currency the dollar price of one twinkie equals one dollar alice. A twinkie entrepreneur. Hires bobby to help make twinkies. Alice's company makes one twinkie a year. So the company revenue is one dollar. Bob's salary is fifty cent. An alice takes the other fifty cent what happens. When productivity goes up aka the economy grows when prices and wages are stable. Alice is always motivated to find. Better ways read new technology to make twinkies read increase productivity if the company manages to make to twinkies instead of one with the same resources alice will make a dollar and fifty cents instead of just fifty cent one dollar times to twinkies minus fifty cent wage cost of bob equals a dollar and fifty cents but if price quickly drops as productivity of twinkies doubles i e. The twinkie price deflates to fifty cent. Alice would still just make fifty cent after going through all the trouble to increase productivity the revenue doesn't increase to twinkies times. Fifty cent equals a dollar while wage cost is still fifty cent
"natasha" Discussed on MTR Network Main Feed
"The flight killer. Killed rick jones. That killed natasha and she only saves you only stops miles during it chaptered rights. Yeah yeah yeah yeah. That kid was. Yeah yeah but And here's the thing. 'cause i stopped kind of reading. 'cause it's not my fault. There's so many good comedies out. So i but i knew at the end of this when when they kind of brought back like that that bucky had been somewhere in notice a signature. I think it was bucky. And figure that natasha so alive how they do. There's an it's like well actually. She's not under well so it's funny is who he sees make the shot and your And then we get the rest google. Yeah so it's like. They technically have killed her because they've actually brought back the original one right.
"natasha" Discussed on MTR Network Main Feed
"I'm just like a fairy plays in german bastard. It's like that. Won't i kind of feel like like she's like really pissed at him but at the same time she going insane. Fucking thing you know. It's it's it's this re this ignorant like respect. You have to have as a spy spy going like damn you got me okay. But also the fury. No one is like yeah. I turned and everything like that. But you're fucking dangerous protection like shoddy protection against you can get into again. There's another thing too where we're going to compare what character across the aisle to batman a little bit where you give her prep time not without like. That's the difference here is that that is very scary. Prep time and everyone little. Everyone's fucking terrified. They do this where there's a whole thing where things that they say about her. A lot of the graduates from from the bipolar program that have gone on and moved on and things like that. They're being killed hunted down and killed and some of them are actually making their way back to the field that holds the training held the train. Offensively for the by quitter program and one of them shows that they show up and she shot dead and her buys low for the for the dogs out there. Like shot dead by a sniper this the perch so when natasha's solely working working the way for natasha to get back to the program so you show you're waiting there you see her in the car with this field agent you see the cipher of there and then all of a sudden she posed behind going. Hey you're not gonna shoot and what you're gonna do now you're gonna jump off this tower and break your legs right and you're just like the to shoot that like how the how the so you're right. It's is the batman put better because like he doesn't even rectal. You're right once you'll kill you but to take doesn't prep time. There's i was reading the marjorie. Liu show what not show issues. What was the first six of that series. What are they called. It's the name of the rose right. yes.
"natasha" Discussed on MTR Network Main Feed
"You can't touch them a lot of this stuff here of kinda bouncing around but this is also during this time with daredevil. She's in frank miller's daredevil as well. We're really kind of i call. I'm with you. I didn't read all this because again. It's one of the things you start trying to read it in if actually it's actually harder when we do some of the beer care to. We have a lot of issues covers. Wolverine you have a beginning middle and end that you can easily go to but it was kind of fitting that for natasha romanoff. You don't have that kind of you have that. But his jumping between different issues and different different books and different things. Because she's kind of a freelance. I mean she's not. She is a shield agent. All kind of freelancers on our own and even like years is kind of like. Yeah well you know all hit up. Natasha by neater but also know she had no problem telling him doing this day right. It's an so you jump around. And she just pops pops up on the daredevils books when you're dealing with this You you start getting around So i think most is vendors and daredevil in the eighties right. The nineties is when you start getting and i came. When do they start. The marvel knights imprint. Was that around two thousand. I wanna say two thousand. That was later in nineteen ninety nine because that's when the threes just from looking. Yeah so in early. Ninety i think ninety one was the uncanny to sixty eight. Let me say that. That was nineteen ninety. So uncanny x men to sixty eight Kinda also stars giving a little bit more of a background on tushes weird to get a a a black widow kinda sorta origin story in the job. Those suggestions on the cover story. Yeah and what you get is again is another one of those things that can. Also now establishes again like you said these three cared from the comic on the on the cover black widow and darts reading a lot of questions about natasha logan and and cap because the issue start there in nineteen forty one forty two because captain and logan are fucking. I'm nazis and burn. Vostok her they're fucking up some nazis and is because there's this russian agent that they're meeting up with well the caps with ivan petrol-rich who is trying to get his daughter or the young war. That's in his charge. Natasha romanoff so now. Here's the thing. This is nineteen forties even if she was a young child. I can't remember how old they said she likes. Sixteen or something like that camera. How old time all right doesn't he forty right. She has not really age. So vast your first hint that something really up with natasha romanoff right because like we get it with cap and matter of fact this cat be captured on. That ice around go into is not too long after this right right near the end of the war into a war count we understand. we understand. He goes on the ice but also he has super soldier serum. Logan fucking logan right. I mean he's agents right but from from up to this point of the black widow was just a russian spy was in. We never really matter is even with this issue. They never really addressed. This issue is one of the things you renew your going like. Whatever he buys ever going to talk with the fact that she was born during the war the great. Why is she not like an old woman. What the hell is going on. You know it doesn't make any sent right.
Fits and Starts: SARS-CoV-2's Origin
"The delta strain of the corona virus is completing its journey around the world today cases in new zealand spiked after. It hitched a ride from australia. But what about the original variant. The patient zero. What geneticists call the wild type before mutations made it more infectious its origins are still a mystery. Probably jumped from an animal to a human but the alternatives simply haven't been ruled out this week. The leader of the world health organization's mission to china said the answer could be research work. Gone wrong the. Who has asked china for permission to examine to corona virus. Labs in the city of wuhan. china refused. It's a question that won't go away and the answer isn't just about this. Pandemic it's crucial for navigating or even avoiding the next one from our estimates about fifteen million people so far have died of covert nineteen around the world and despite this the has been no thorough international investigation of how this virus originated in china at the end of two thousand. Nineteen natasha loader. Is the economists health policy editor. Who convened study that issued a report in march this year is really widely seen as being fatally flawed and thought the team leader from the international scientists side. Recent negree over some of its key conclusions. When you say fatally flawed. What do you mean. Well fundamentally the mission never had abroad investigation as part of its terms of reference.
Covid Cases on the Rise in Washington State
"Cases are on a steep rise in our state health officials say that built a variant is driving a dramatic surge pushing hospital capacity. To the edge, almost having Natasha saying the state is now saying, like seeing that, as daily case counts in the 3000 range hasn't been like that, since the winter surge, actually talked to doctors, Elizabeth meet and Ali Meqdad. The hardest hit are unvaccinated people making up 96% of Covid 19 cases across the state. The really frustrating thing I think for people on health care is that we actually we're getting to a point where we had numbers under pretty good control. The State Health Department says even though we have more vaccines than ever, we also have the more contagious and predominant Delta variant wreaking havoc. That's right. It's very transmissible. And so when we have any significant chunk of the population that's not get vaccinated. Those are the people who really, really get sick with Delta right now, the Covid 19 transmission number in western Washington. Is the highest it's ever been since the beginning of the pandemic. Young people are impacted in the last four weeks, more than a third of all cases in the state were from people aged 20 to 34. This is a serious virus has always been serious, and now it's more dangerous. Please run and get your vaccine and please keep wearing a mask. Tammy
"natasha" Discussed on The Auideo Show
"Like it works it works and then this guy. This guy comes along as like well. We can do it this way so that you can actually do this this and this as well and it's like oh i didn't even think about. Yeah so it was well worth it so yeah in the long run. It's better if you're if you're going that route to sort of explore that option of of seeking a professional at least consulting anyways firefly fabrication out in california so we went with. Yeah okay. let's do. This question is for natasha. Anymore i got two more is my towel. Is my jacket made out of towel. Yes it is now. I know some girls that are really talented in like thirty percent of my wardrobe is like why this shower put a towel on the and it's like beachwear is how it originated like beach in. What is your favorite coffee. drink natasha. Well it really truly is boring. it's cold brew. But like i was saying earlier that special child law that i created is one of my favorites and you make it a dirty chai by adding espresso and that makes it even better crew. What's your does i like. Straight espresso with a little bit of driving k. Last one what made you guys choose. Bozeman that for me. It's it's let's go ian i. I'll go first well coming from a big city. You came from tacoma. I came from hell down under well. It really working in those national parks. Kind of opened my eyes. I was like special. Who working in yellowstone is where i started and i was. You know the immediately. These people are different. They care what what's happening with you and you know they genuine. They're genuine and and it's a different not afraid to have a conversation. It's a different vibration. Yeah and you know down there. It's all i knew growing up and it's like it's a whole nother country. They're they're they do things so differently. And there's so many people in it's like just crowded and hot and you know as soon as i got out of there i was like oh i can you. This is great. You know and when When i went to school and when i was graduating i was like well. I'm not quite ready to get a job. And if i did get a job i wouldn't want it here in california and so i was looking elsewhere to like sort of set up shop. I guess yeah and we had worked in glacier national park together and In montana and i was like let me see if he finds close to here. And so i applied to A graduate program at montana state university. Which is here. In bozeman. And the university of montana which is in missoula and i went and visited both and looked at both of their programs and it was like. Oh if you apply for program they'll fly you pay for your week..
"natasha" Discussed on Talking It Out
"Absolutely egypt was a bit immature. Actually a lot amateur with katie. And i don't appreciate gasoline her. I'll sell them under producers. Like i was hosting that episode Our to win in auguring. It's like it was just so weird like you don't switch up like that like i. I don't. I don't understand like say we have to attributed to like you said the emotional immaturity. Katie didn't know what to say at one point she was like i'm literally trying to tell you exactly how i'm feeling like how i feel about you without saying so many words. It's like at this point. I don't know what you want me to tell you. You know what i'm saying. In that moment i wish katie would have had a bit of What i like. I i think jimmy burnett that energy that comes with like bob rich i would. I would have loved solid that energy from katie at that moment. Because she's that's the energy she exudes so often but in that regard she was being emotional as well. Yeah like katie. You doesn't stuff you need to apologize for. I would say but we all have but now regard don't only no man gas like hell and if mike if you're in that situation a in an a woman did that to you like like maybe wore hurt because at the same time it did seem like that was that was his herath one right or that was her number one choice but he's like if somebody's going to leave you that easy. I can't dodge the bullet. You know what i'm saying like. Which master bedridden since gucci man said it best on a rap song. He said they like a bus. Next fifteen minutes. One coming there you go and as we spoke to katie earlier in the season. She's happy so you know what i'm saying like. Obviously she found somebody that was gonna stick with her through and through. And that just wasn't greg. Maybe it was ready this greg. He wasn't gregg wasn't ready. Oh well saw on here are. Luckily our sister station clicked bates host natasha. On he or she got to say all right guy so we want to bring in our very special guest. Natasha parker you all know her. Our sister podcast. Click bait and arnold by you. Mike but i'm very excited to talk to her about a very important topic. We're gonna be talking to her about her freezing journey It just seems like there's a lot of information out there right. Now we wanna talk to her about the entire process what it entails how she feels about it and just get her overall. Take on it. So i'm really excited to talk to her. What about you. i'm julie curious. I just want to know more about this topic. But she's going through the process right now so i'm just curious. Excited for in just one normalizes conversation great. Let's bring her aunt. Natasha parker.
Discussing Weight Stigma With Dr. Natasha Larmie
"Wait stickler. I should probably know the answer to that question by now. Right of of hand wasting is basically when society has society has deemed set bodies to be good. Anyway as i was saying wait stigma society has an idea of student was was healthy is not healthy. What is right. What is wrong and places value on. What is good and flip addresses marginalises and punishes. What his bat. And when it comes to wait stickler. Society believes that being did and being fat or big or the larger ones. Describe yourself as bad. And so it manifest itself as needed for weddings it manifest itself in the classroom. In in the fact that teachers have preferences Students it hide manifest itself in in the workplace in the fact less likely to get employees are less likely to get promoted light. Earn a good wage mathis of in healthcare which thursday my mind my passion because of adults myself in the that a do not get the same quality of care that people motivates and that is a real problem and it actually causes poile outcomes. That's why you. And i talking today. Because i know as a doctor that went stigma is one of the main reasons why none of my patients enlargeable bodies are suffering from awesome. Tim's a health conditions. Yes well thank you so much for sharing this weight. Stigma is such a difficult emotionally charged topic. So i appreciate you being able to shed some light on it and especially the fact that you said people are actually suffering from this and this is what you see day in and day out as
Pain-Free Meat, Is It Possible?
"Bobby's on welcome to science fiction. Natasha mitchell here. With belinda smith on so hungry you and me both. it's smells so good. What's on the menu okay. So it'd be here on the lips. We have some lamb which i've marinated overnight in lemon garlic and rosemary now domain to be rude. But you know. I'm not going to eight that well. Luckily for you. I have accommodated your vegetarianism and on the rights. We have some halimi bed. Oh yeah loon me. I love live me but look miss meal that we're preparing on science fiction this way. It kinda presents a dilemma for you. It really does. I look at these shops. And i think yum but also i love animals and the photo of them being pine really. It's my heart. So i spoke to write your anka ni. Who's a professor at the university of adelaide who researches this kind of thing and i asked am i alive now so there's actually a name for it. It's not just about pain but even knowing that they had to be killed to become your meat right. And so it's known as the meat paradox. Something we've done some research on my colleague who's a psychologist also does research around what's the cognitive dissonance. In fact that many of us create to be able to be meat eaters and so in some part what we find is people either. Don't think about it when they're choosing to buy prepare consumed me or they they in some sense how themselves stories about the humane conditions under which the animals have been kept now here in australia. You know there are very high standards of animal welfare but there are still some puzzles around how we could make practices even more humane and pain is one of those areas. I think that presents a lot of opportunities for trying to do even better.
Black Widow Movie Review
"Spectacle of the big screen. Variety has also been in great supply recently. We'll get to several new releases this week. Well several being four steven soderbergh's latest the crime drama. No sudden move. That came to hbo. Max last week. Don cheadle the neo del toro and a bunch of other great actors in that one also summer of soul from first time. Director quests love came to theaters into hulu that concert doc about a nineteen sixty nine harlem concert series that featured performances by nina simone stevie wonder sly and the family stone and many more all of those having never been seen since nineteen sixty nine our review of that one could just be a ranking of our top five favorite moments. We might. We might even do that. Josh that would probably get us through the first half hour of the movie. I think we can pick five from that. Yeah you also caught up with zola which stars riley keough a wild road trip tale inspired at least in part by an infamous twitter thread. I can't wait for you to unpack that and more later in the show. But i the is finally back on a big screen near you after a handful of disney plus streaming series phase for kicks off with the scarlett johansson starring feature black widow. Fine an enter. I mean mistakes. A lot of enemies is called signs. Taskmaster he controls the red room. They're manipulated fully conscious but no choices. I should have come back for you. How many others are call. Her black widow call her and natasha. Romanoff scarlett johansson returns as the former kgb assassin turned avenger in the twenty fourth mc feature which is named after her now timeline. Wise black widow takes place in the aftermath of captain america civil war. I think i've got that right. Adam had to confirm it with my daughter who knows more about the than i do. I think that's correct
Black Widow Is Finally Here. Was It Worth the Wait?
"It's been a long long long long long time coming. We've gotten some. Mc you stuff in between this movies much delayed arrival but this is the first movie in a great many days. how did you feel about black widow. I enjoyed it which is probably the first signal that it doesn't work in the context of white it is supposed to do for fans and the mc you and like marvell writ large in this moment. In time i do think it mostly works as a movie in the sense of. There's a beginning a middle like three ends. You know who the characters are. It's fairly fully baked some fun performances. You go to the movies and you have a nice time. But i don't think. I don't know if that's sufficient for any like event movie at this point but i certainly don't think it is what anyone going to marvel property expects at this point it's an interesting example of the opposite of everything that marvel has been building towards. Which is to say that this is very much a standalone kind of a movie which doesn't mean that it doesn't necessarily preview what's coming in the future but because it's a period piece within a period piece it takes place largely in two thousand sixteen after the events of captain america's civil war and also we know the fate of the main character in this movie natasha romanoff. We don't know the. I mean that's a big umbrella of we. You know you did i. It started i was like i actually don't remember who died in which snap back. You know whatever. I'm going to go with it but i do understand that that people who are really logging on do you. In fact know what happens to the black widow.
Give Me Money or I Spoil Your Favorite Show
"Gentlemen i am home. I see on the side walk. And i'll spend my days in the new york public bob bird because of that. I read all george martin guy there go ahead. No the t. v. show. I will tell you if you do not give me money. No threesome cook is dead with trading which i have read so i know what happens to john snow. Everybody knows he's is he is he. Thank you very much. Something ryan like land is to always paid his debts now while i have read these books. I'd have yet to realize my dream of cnn brought to light bussan. What kinda give me that. Hbo gulp or the hbo nail were. No i guess. I will have to tell you which characters into tree guy notice l. stupid but there's a lot of stupid shit that happened in the books that they have been on show. Yes this is my password. Please shut up. About game of thrones. You should always have capital letter k. I guess this
"natasha" Discussed on Oh Behave! Podcast
"Hello and welcome to the podcast bilton. Almost no also known as homeless known as also known as the beard behaviorist today. We have Natasha bushland coming onto the podcast to talk to us. A little about art and behavior analysis specifically incorporating arch into behavior analysis and vice versa. Welcome natasha can you tell us a little bit more about yourself. Sure thank you for having me by the way. Yeah so i am. I've been a behavior analyst. For gosh i think about three years now. I'm losing track of time. I've been in the field since two thousand and fifteen but before that I was a fulltime working artist for about fifteen plus years i started the my art career around the time. My youngest was about two months old. I have two boys there now. Seventeen and eighteen and they are both on the autism spectrum. my family is very artistic. I thought that as a child as going to get to work for disney animation studios and that was my goal i I sent them a letter..
"natasha" Discussed on Black Women Travel Podcast
"Does this look good on me now. But but this if we changed this around it will and i'm raising those kids to. Hey kids. Dry look good dweller. Goodness in my oldest son will be like you're not going outside representing me that way and it's hilarious because now i represent him not the other way around And they'll help me be my best you know But it's it's and they love me through. And i know they're days wagon on their nerves because all parents kids nerves. But that's that's how i'm able. That's how i'm able to maintain and and keep going if people who love me through. Natasha always liked to have guests share. How can listeners. Support your work Shoot talk today. When when when you when you see that. I post up line talk to be. I don't like talking to myself. It's very uncomfortable. you can find me on instagram and twitter and facebook. All under a detached nichols on instagram. Twitter i love y'all but i don't accept random requests from from folks that i don't know the days of that. That's that's early two thousand s when you did that. We don't do that anymore But you can follow me on instagram. Natasha nichols and we so we grow in so is s. o w s e w And twitter on the same things and then on facebook. We have the we so we grow page in house full of nichols so you can see all of our dentures. Things were cooking in growing in all of that other stuff. That's how you support me Sharing talking to me Answering questions that i asked you know. It's it's I i like. I like connecting with people and we. We've become a society that doesn't like it unless we're yelling at each other and i don't like that. That's not fun beautiful. I am going to link all of your places in the show notes so listeners. You just tap connect away in. Make sure to answer questions..
Interview With Natasha of Houseful & Associates and We Sow We Grow
"Thanks so much for joining us today. Can you please tell us your name where you're from your current location and the name of your business. I m tash nichols. i'm from chicago illinois. i currently live in chicago illinois and my business. I run houseful associates. Which under the umbrella falls my blogging site and my sewing business. And i'm also the executive director of the we so we grow project which is a nonprofit organization that grows gardeners all over the world. So you know we mid west sisters. I i did not know you from the midwest. Yes i'm from aaron. Okay oh you are yeah. They'll yahoo notice ellen. The way too so long long faith veer long bear. We have short memory so what twitch to carbon and everything. Okay had a lot of y'all. I've got family up there to be. I think i don't know where they are. As i'm sure you we all away way back to you Talk to me about low baby natasha. Up in the me about being raised. I assume pentecostal in how that's played a part in the decisions that you've made for yourself in your life when doing research start we'll start there. We got a lot of ground to cover. So i like that baby. Natasha had the same voice. Believe it or not So imagine a four year old What theory three or four year old with this very heavy voice walking around bowlegged extremely bowlegged And just think curious about the world in general so it's taken me a very long time. I think to acknowledge the fact that. When i was younger i was considered gift. It so i was in a lot of accelerated programs Quite often the only black person in the program
The 14-Day Rule on Human Embryo Research
"Story. The very very beginning. Not the big bang beginning although that could be a kind of metaphor for the moment of conception i guess couldn't it but what i mean is back to those two single cells a woman's egg a man sperm fusing together to form a fertilized cell the zygote now that might have all started in a test tube in your case but ultimately zygote then found its way to the lining of your mother's uterus buried in and got ready to rock or at least divide to sells for cells eight sixteen again and again cells starting to rearrange and organize and differentiate from each other along the way and by day. Fourteen things start to look interesting. Still massive cells but they lying and specializing at this point and die. Fourteen has long been a cutoff point in many countries which permit research using embryos including hearing australia. It's so called fourteen day role which stipulates that. After fourteen days no experiments using embryos are allowed. Hey it's natasha mitchell. With science fiction many scientists argue. The fourteen day rule is outdated and no longer fit for purpose. Recently we actually saw them culturing for the first time. Human embryos all the way up to date thirteen but stopped molecular biologist dr keystone matthews is a fellow in science and technology policy at ross university in houston texas because they wanted to respect the guidelines and the laws and the land those particular countries they were doing the research and and that was. I wasn't a that hadn't been able to be done before so innocence. The fourteen day rule was always hard physical very true. Yes before this point it was just some theoretical limit that didn actually impact the day to day research but that's changed and
Stanley Tucci on Julia Child and the making of Julie & Julia
"How the roles. Paul child come to you. We'll show. I was at a friend's christmas party. Our friend of maryland A friend was natasha richardson. She passed away. And but if you wanna talk about a great cook that she was an amazing but so we were at her her annual christmas party and said would you like to plan paul child in this william gonna make nor about junior child and i said no are you getting. I said yes. I have to to say no search and laura also. I loved julia child. In fact i wrote a book. No i didn't. I was asked to go was invited to her birthday. Ninetieth birthday or something. I couldn't go. And so that i can go but i remember watching when i was a kid with my mom. My mom was a huge fan of hers and so she's such an inspiration for me. She along with them. Insist that wonderful british air on heath on give Those two were just the most brilliant Tv cooks you know. Then were incredible. Anyway i i i just loved julia child force marilyn nora and we ended up doing it about a year later. You know you mentioned your ninetieth. Birthday ocean remember her being on larry king for her ninetieth birthday. And he says so julia. What's the secret of life to you of of your long life. And she said well. I have lots of different things in very small quantities. I have a very good time. We only right that she was absolutely right. She knew how to do it.
Death Threats for Calling out Bad COVID Science
"On science fiction. It's natasha mitchell. And today i want you to meet three. I'm going to call them. Troublemakers four truth in the past year. I've all made on social media. And they've all put their scientific correze and actually even they lives on the line to call at dodgy science because although science will help us in this pandemic the pandemic has also spawned a whole raft of flawed research hastily done poorly designed published why too fast and riddled with potential conflicts of interest and when the world's watching more closely than usual desperate for kua as we are bad science gets amplified by the media on social media and yes especially by that former president with a trigger finger on twitter but it also lands in clinics where doctors are trying to save lives and that can be deadly. I'm nathan has major. I move infectious disease doctor. In paris advocate hospital Be shuttled bell. Now it's not like i've processed everything that happened Because we are still in the middle of a very active epidemic in france seems never ending for us. We only have covid nineteen patients with severe disease because vegas hospitalized when they need oxygen or they have any all failure we sending the ones that need intensive care to intensive care when we will taking charge of emin discharging them when when we can so that we can have new rooms because we we. We still have a lot of patients coming. Who need to be hospitalized.
Comedian Moshe Kasher on Being Home Alone... With A Kid... For A Month
"Natasha is at the end of the month. For a full month she is headed to atlanta to go host a cooking show. I will be all alone with my child for it is my right yes okay. I will be all alone with my child for one full month. And i am stoked i am. It's going to be fun. We're going to chill dude. You're gonna come home she's going to have one matted dreadlock. I'm not gonna calmer here the whole time you're gone. I'm gonna feed mac and cheese for thirty straight days l. Give like top. Ramen is going to be a lot of rahman going
"natasha" Discussed on Our Unicorn Diaries
"And we fucking hard. You guys kiss. Yeah it's really sexy. They're a sexy couple food. Face right i did think about it. They want to ruin a moment. But i was thinking it. But she's so loud and you kiss in that get us going and we start fucking holding hands at one. Point at the worst thing is are intertwined. Really kiss now. Let's through walking so this point. Natasha comes is really. It's a sexy loudness smile. It'd be looking wimmer able to la. Yeah she's so yes she gives he. Lets go is so cool. There's no reservations thing so that kind of pushed you over a new start coming as well. It's.
Artists on the loose at the Large Hadron Collider
"At the beginning of the universe minutes after the big bang as temperature cooled the most fundamental particles of matter came into existence so neutrons protons photons electrons and others the basic building blocks of everything we know and see and much way died and to study these teeny tiny particles tucked inside every atom in the universe. invisibly are physicists. Nate this vast instrument one that occupies an entire vast landscape two hundred hectares of farmland. The contrast between big and small here cyber czar. We're about eighty eight meters underground. That the moment kilda. I'm jacob new-zealand. It's great we have people from all walks of life and all over provision who got physicists engineers computer scientists edmund people like me and they're all from different parts of the world i think from the star of the these filled like a mini country so i'm asking schroeder and i'm a experimental particle physicists. In i don't know somehow. When i leave sern i realized that i'm still honing in the normal world. I don't know some kind of refuge from everything else that is going on outside in the world and here science is what really matters. I feel like Since great that it's a kind of a political place you know. The relationship with russia never changed during the cold war with. We're about science purely about saying well not just science. I'm here for art to people as you'll hear science friction with natasha mitchell. Many meters underground this week and easter special from our archive inside the heart of soon. Just outside of geneva in switzerland home to the world's largest most powerful particle accelerator. The large hadron collider the hcc. Now this of course is the place where the elusive higgs. Boson particle was discovered. And where last week scientists hinted they just might have discovered a brand new force of nature or put it another way a violation in the standard model of
Girls of Paper and Fire by Natasha Ngan
"This is also your standard spoiler warning We are going to talk about. The entirety of girls have paper and wire including plot points and revelations about the climax and twists. So if you have not read the book and you do plan to. This is where you should pause our podcast and comeback after you finish the book and with that said. Let's get to it rewrite. Can you start off with the book. Jacket description each year. Eight beautiful girls chosen as paper girls to serve the king. It's the highest honor. They could hope for and the most demeaning this year. There's a ninth and instead of paper. She's made a fire in this richly. Developed fantasy lay is a member of the paper cast the lowest and most persecuted class of people in kara. She lives in a remote village with her father where the decade old trauma of watching her mother snatched by royal guards for an unknown fate. Still haunt sir. Now the guards are back and this time it's lay thereafter. The girl with the golden is rumored. Beauty has peaked. The kings interest over weeks of training in the opulent but oppressive palace. Lay an eight other. Girls learned the skills and charms that befit kings concert there. She does the unthinkable. she falls in love. Her forbidden romance becomes enmeshed with an explosive plot that threatens her world entire way of life lay still the wide eyed country girl at heart must decide how far she's willing to go for justice and revenge. So this book is an asian themed fantasy a more specifically southeast asian and chinese fantasy. It's an imperial court
Coupang Is the Amazon.com of South Korea, but Maybe Even Better.
"Natasha. We finally have pricing news on coupon. The south korean e commerce giant that had kick butt twenty twenty. What's latest coupon is the largest ipo by a foreign company that we've had at least in the last seven years so big news. It priced one dollar above its raise range and has raised four point. six billion. it's fully diluted. Market value is sixty two point nine billion but of course it's not trading yet so the story is still going miserable training. Well we record this on thursday so if that happens we'll update you. But you are the south korean expert on the show. I'm very curious if you're surprised by the enthusiasm from american investors for a south korean company. Maybe the irony is was the largest ipo before this one was alibaba is commerce logistics for china so clearly when comes to companies doing well and the nyc is e com in asia. But no i look. I think we've talked about coupons in the past. i think it's a really strong debut. Catherine shoe from our team wrote a really great piece. About how coupon is out amazon. Amazon and one of the details in her piece was that a lot of success was due to in early and heavy aggressive investment in logistics when it was founded in two thousand nine there were no major logistics providers in south korea out similar to what we have in the us fedex or ups so it built its own infrastructure so now to take out coupon. A company needs to do that and that's not simple to
"natasha" Discussed on Counting Countries
"Country overrated. I i don't think i have any that are overrated. I think people visit destinations for example. Italy's a favor country of everybody but for good reason. The sites are incredible. I do think every destination that is packed with tourists are back there. For reason there sites that are either historical or natural. Beauty are yeah. There's no place that i would. I mean unless it's made up like disneyland to me isn't really. I know there are people that do all the disneyland's in the world. That would not be something i would ever do. Okay so natasha. We've mentioned a couple of times that you were born and bred in trinidad and you've also alluded to the fact that your passport is not the strongest so share with me..
"natasha" Discussed on Counting Countries
"Natasha welcome to counting countries and I'm hoping you can take a moment in introduce yourself. . Thank you very much. . Recklessness. . Thanks for joining I'm Natasha from in Tobago it's a country or twin-island Republic in the Caribbean <hes> now living in Dublin Ireland. . I. . Visited Approximately One hundred twenty five UN countries and I hope to visit all one, , ninety three. . Maybe be the first Trinidadian if not among the first to do that. . Okay, , we're all hoping to travel to one ninety three of course, , a little bit more difficult during these times of Covid and you are my second guessed from the Caribbean we had DNA Bustamante from Cuba. . But I'm excited to warn about your experience in Trinidad and always like to know about your background, , your travel background. . So were you doing road trips between Trinidad and Tobago was your family jetting off to Venezuela for long weekends? ? What's a family doing in regard to travel growing up in Trinidad and Tobago? ? Actually yes. . <hes> growing up of Venezuela. . It's fairly close to turn that into. . Bego on Caracas was a very big. . Travel, , destination Longtime, , ago. . Maybe thirty years ago. . So. . We did a lot of travel to Venezuela. . And other Caribbean islands. . So Yeah my family. . We've always been travelers at least every year. . There'd be one international trip, , but also to Tobago, , which is very easy for us to do. . And what what was the family's inspiration was just that your parents love to explore or was doing business what what was the inspiration to doing the Caribbean travel growing up? ? You know I would say <hes> I I would save travel. . My parents were always travelers my parents met in the UK <hes>. . My father was an engineer studying to be an engineer. . My mom was a nurse and they happen to be from the same part of Trinidad and they met in London without just happened friends of friends and. . My brothers actually English. . She was born there, , and then they decided to move back to ned and then I came along later on in life. . So I think they've always been somewhat travelers and <hes>. . It's it was my father was in engineer. . So it was easy to do a bit of travel throughout the Caribbean some with work and some its jest. . Entertainment. . So <unk> thousand. . Okay. . So your parents met the old fashioned way through friends. So . I guess it wasn't swiping right left on tinder back than now. . But glad we were able to connect in growing up. . Did this make an impact on you seeing jetting off to Caracas or some of the other Caribbean islands each one having a a little bit distinct difference with the language or culture any any of these trips make an impression on you growing up. . And, , I think. . You know I don't really I. . Don't think the travel bug bit me back then it was just. . What we did for like summer holidays like not just the but a Disneyland and Canada. . These were these were destinations that were available to us I guess at that time to that was easily connected. . But my exotic travel came later on, , it was just. . We were just fortunate that we were able to travel as kids. . But I don't think billy impacted a like I. . Don't I didn't have a desire to go to places like to Lou I never even heard of it. . Okay. . So <hes> fortunate fortunate enough to travel around the northern hemisphere and checked out some of these amazing countries in the Caribbean or North America, , and what was the next step? ? What was the next iteration of you sound other words when did you kind of separate from your family and do one of your first solo trips or trips with friends? ? Trips with friends actually yeah would be. . would be places like it would be the Caribbean as well <hes> and. . The US. . A maybe I was in my early twenties I'm. . Going up many years back. . So this would be early twenties but. . It would be more entertainment and maybe a concert here in there. . <hes>. . Yeah. . Good concerts that you can recommend. . Well. . The one that sticks in my mind. . But this is fairly recently I. . Love you too and I couldn't actually see them in. . Dublin. . So I went all the way to Chicago to see them of. .
"natasha" Discussed on The Only Way is Through: The Under Armour Podcast
"This is a story about motherhood the TASHA's mother. Joanne has been a constant fixture in her life as an athlete supporting her challenging Sharon her on his Joanne hasty. From a mother's point of view. She was always she just work hard no matter what workout you give her. She'll can't do that because she always do it. It wasn't just track and field. It was in her schoolwork. I've never really have to start to say. Let me see you home. Did you home with. She knew at that point. You know this is what she wanted to do in track and field and in order for her to do that she had to have degrade with it. She just woke still look at her now. And I'm like Oh my Gosh. Just had a baby. And she trained literally up until the day before she had him. I never felt pressure from my mom. My mom was always very adamant about me enjoying what I do even to this day. You know after having a kid it's still you know but is this what you want to do? And it's interesting because you know. I mentioned that. She made the eighty four Olympics. She also had the nerve to name me after her. Natasha's my mother's middle name so there was a moment when I was probably like thirteen or fourteen where I felt like. I'm getting to finish what my mom didn't finish. How did that moment? Come to you figuring out. Oh you made the eighty four team. You didn't go. You had me in eighty six. Things were a lot different back. Then where the opportunities in the sport period much less for a woman to make a living in a career out of it was a lot different than it is now. What stopped her at the time she had to provide for her kid. Ho Man Circle this story. Yeah was a struggle but it was a good struggle. Once again Joel Hastings. It was hot. I was a single parent. I mean I I honestly believe everything happens for a reason so it made me a better person. It made me stronger. It made me figure out how I had to just go from day to day today and make sure she had everything she needed and I had a good team around me. I'd never had that feeling of like my mom Shaina leafed through me. My Mom is China achieve what she didn't achieve their means. She has just been incredibly supportive. Just whatever you WANNA do. I'm here you does she. Do you ever have a conversation with her about this. Not that part. I think the the toughest conversation that we had though was in two thousand twelve when and she asked me so. Is this really what you WANNA do? Because if you don't I mean the sky's the limit you can do whatever you WanNa do. She didn't make the team in two thousand twelve. Just the way she ran the race was like when she realized that she wasn't necessarily in the top three she shut them like mentally. She was just like it's done in so when she came off the track. She didn't talk to anybody. She will back to the hotel she cried. We argued and I said okay. You gotta get it out to get it out on me. Then we move on from that so she cried and she cried and then as I said you just look like you want to be there and I lied to. I was like no. I'm good got into but she. She read that it was year after year of just kind of slowly going down and going backwards and then two thousand twelve was like the epitome of like okay. I didn't make the team at all. And that was when I had a real conversation with myself. Like okay girl. We going back to to be a chiropractor. What are we doing? My mom had that conversation with me. The part of that conversation that I left out while she was in the stands at the trial she was actually sitting next to a guy who happened to be a sport psychologist. An athlete has the consider so many aspects of training nutrition recovery sleep mental strength often gets overlooked. But it's what keeps everything else together without a strong foundation. It all falls apart whether it's working through demanding training cycle one event is life changing as a pregnancy. Having the mental strength can make all the difference his hastings once more. He gave me his card and I was like okay. You think she needs that and he said you know. I've been watching you run since she was a little kid and she's better than this when I told her that. You look like you don't believe you belong there. I said look. I don't know who this person is haven't done any research and I don't typically do stuff like that but I just said there's a reason why this guy just out of the blue gave me his called. What was it that flipped? It was your mind that was my mind. I remember the first conversation that we had and he asked me. You know so when you're out there on the track. What are you thinking about in literally? Everything told him was negative. Man The last hundred is GonNa hurt. I can't wait for this to be over. And he was like okay so the first thing we're going to do is change. How you talk to yourself and the second that you have a negative thought I want you to change it to something positive and when I tell this story I'm like man that just sounds so oversimplified but it was the thing that changed everything so I remember. There was a diamond league meet in New York City. It was cold it was raining and I live in lane seven. That's pretty good opening. It was raining and was it Lane Rainy Day and remembering the warmer by literally myself. It's warm it's not raining. The Sun is shining in lane. Seven literally repeated myself. The entire warm-up begun went off Iran fifty point twenty three. That was the fastest. I'd run since leaving college in two thousand seven just by flipping the switch in your mind. That's why old could your mom pick up at something to change. Yeah my mom was there. Of course she always there. She says the gun went off. I took out really fast. Which is that's just my thing i. I run my first two hundred fast when I got to. Maybe about two fifty. She was like she still going. She's still going and then when we came off the turn that's when she was like she lost it. What happens when you go on the track for performance like that lake moments before everybody gets in the block in that time seems to be elongated idea? That's interesting because when I watched other sports and WATCH OTHER TRACK EVENTS. That's the moment that actually like to watch because I think you can almost tell when someone's getting ready to kill it or bomb. It's like a fighter entering the ray exactly exactly for me. I guess I call it a hunting space. That lasts three minutes before the race is the longest three minutes ever. The air is so thick you can cut it with a knife every emotion that you could possibly feel all bottled up into one moment and then the gun goes off and it's like just this release.
"natasha" Discussed on The Only Way is Through: The Under Armour Podcast
"Remember. Paul whispered from episode one. He's UNDERARMS director of athlete. Performance being able to study an elite pregnancy is a rarity so for Paul. This was an opportunity to see the changes in the female body first hand and provide Natasha with modifications to her training when a female is pregnant. They're almost like superwoman. What's going on in their bodies home? Only in strength. Wise and the connective tissue. And they're all windows of train ability that you really shouldn't miss this concept of postpartum two podium is really understanding. They're all stages that you need to go through to get back that all renew meeting positive. It's not a case of of how to baby stuff from scratch. Had A baby in there changes in the body now that are really advantageous to athletes. Hormone me connective tissue. How do we reassess the body reassess the movement and then? How do we take advantage of those changes? How do we take advantage of the increase in blood volume for example so we called it the science of she as the science and then as the things that make us human that you can never quantify and it just gives the female athlete? Just such a this emotional on this belief. This like I'm going to do if I can do that. It's like this walk in the park so if we could overlay all of that objective quantitive scientific data with his beautiful emotional and spiritual side of things of give them both and understand how it can come together and how we can use that new motivation to take trading to a whole new level. It's it really isn't advantage for the female athlete..
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