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"new orleans louisiana" Discussed on Interview with a schizophrenic

Interview with a schizophrenic

03:13 min | 5 months ago

"new orleans louisiana" Discussed on Interview with a schizophrenic

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"new orleans louisiana" Discussed on Interview with a schizophrenic

Interview with a schizophrenic

03:20 min | 5 months ago

"new orleans louisiana" Discussed on Interview with a schizophrenic

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"new orleans louisiana" Discussed on Interview with a schizophrenic

Interview with a schizophrenic

06:47 min | 5 months ago

"new orleans louisiana" Discussed on Interview with a schizophrenic

"Okay. i can let me ask you. Then what believe schizophrenia. Is i wish. I knew i really do. Because my family it runs in my family on my mom's side apparently My grandfather had it. My mom's dad His grandfather headed in. It's like i i. It seems to have passed down. But at the same time i question i don't i don't i'm not sure if i believe in ghosts and stuff like that but once it comes it always comes back to that because there are certain things that happened in an atkins see him here that maybe my mom or my sister will see her experience. You know what i mean. A it might be case that something would you experiencing might be real. Yes yeah and i kind of creeps me out on an even bigger level would be. Yeah given what you've told me about what you've been seeing in. Supplementing is kind of scary. But i mean you know if i got as part of human experience. That's an extreme paul united site. I feel like baby like we were schizophrenics chosen to see in here things that we do siga near also thank something like that but because what one percent of the population has today so yup. It just happens lewitt within this generation. Yeah it's hard to maintain relationships definitely big time to at this like it's so tough. Yeah definitely i mean like i say i spend most of my time unknown really is. It's difficult like talking about difficult to make to be your genuine south. It's really odd to tonight. That person really is and you need to have that timeframe where you could just be. Okay yeah i wanna talk about my symptoms. I wanna. I wanna talk about what i'm dying for. Because otherwise it'd be unbearable to go severe aussie. Eric have year experienced Any stigma or discrimination only by friends. I used to have. Yeah you felt. I let you down at like. I think that they became like to the point to. They felt like i was being like we say here. America was being too much because you know they would tell me to talk to them about it. And i would talk to them about it and then they would go behind my back and talk to each other about me you know. Call me a freak and a weirdo and stuff like that now. I have something seriously wrong with me. And i have issues and stuff like that and it got back to me and i was just like okay. That's not a friend friend doesn't do it. you think. I think people think on fake. I think that's what the thing is with me. I believe meals something. That's how i feel. Yeah i mean. It's it's a kind of ottoman. And even when i mean i'm i want some problems with the police and i said yeah. I've got schizophrenia diagnosis. And they're like so that's quite it's quite big thing in someone's life isn't it. Yeah it does affect how y'all how are you What's the word in tried to the world. Paul okay let me say. How'd you feel. I kind of know what you're gonna say. How do you feel like the general public understand schizophrenia. I mean what what you feelings of now. Serves on like how they interpret it. Yes i like a like a site just like say say i'm just gonna taxi in taxi. Driver said salmon has you all man terrible symptoms of skits. How how would he was jangled. Math I think that they would really be freaked out in probably like kick me out of a tax issue. But it's not it's not right. I think i think we my menu. Everybody else gets when we've got genuine condition. I think it's important to people understand that it's not easy. It's definitely not easy. It's not easy as one of the hardest things you can go for. And what makes what makes it. Hard is is that it's really difficult to get that support. Yeah my husband when he when he was alive ice a useless to him about my host nations and stuff like that and he never wanted to hear it because it really did freak him out and i understand that because it's really really kind of scary stuff. Sometimes you know don't like i don't. I'm sorry go ahead was going to say. Is that my brother. I talked to him about serena and you know i'm i'm I'm in my forties. We pretty much. My whole often talk about my illness. That's just not it. just nine to compensation. Yeah i yeah. I kind of understand now and one thing that i've seen a lot recently It's i've been seeing this since two thousand seven it's always It looks like a woman and she stands in the corner of any room. That i'm in facing the wall. And she's covered in like this gray hood with like this weird old dress and she's covered and binds and leaves and she just stands there like a piece of furniture. Never talks never turns around. But i haven't seen her since two thousand seven. He's just like they're all time. That's.

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"new orleans louisiana" Discussed on Interview with a schizophrenic

Interview with a schizophrenic

07:43 min | 5 months ago

"new orleans louisiana" Discussed on Interview with a schizophrenic

"Every day. 'cause they can be quite scary. I mean how do you feel when your case. What about psychotic break. How'd you feel when when you lose touch with reality constantly It feels like Well i'm claustrophobic. Person to in it feels like like a room in the walls are closing in on me. And i'm starting to not be able to breathe in then like i actually start the sweat and i feel like i could pass out in you know faint and my heart starts racing because it becomes completely physical at that point. You know. it's very scary. It's horrifying. I've actually gone into my room before and like barricaded myself in my own by putting my dresser in front of my door because my door doesn't arch as i was so terrified of just my delusions and I laid in bed. And i was like you know praying like god help me. God help me god. Help me like just asking for any type of help really to relieve what was going on and then eventually it passes but it's at the time it's so real in. It's so vivid. I i don't know how to handle it. I time if can be scary. That definitely You know my experience is the same as terrifying can be absolutely terrifying. And and it's a nice experience tool cuts ask. You mentioned god if abbey had any sort of them. Have you found any spirituality or religion to help. He joined with symptoms of return to that sort of out of life matt at all. Actually no I believe in god. But i was raised the pentecostal and i got out of the church and i still. I guess i believe in god. But i'm not a very spiritual person but when things get bad from me i'm one of those types of people who start asking god for help because the exactly because i have been terrified i will ask you ask for the highest authority. Yes you want wanna middleman. You got a quarter now. Yeah i'm hoping he's real and that he's hearing me because an usually whenever i do that. it kinda simmers down. A little bit at economy is eased. And if it's just because i'm in a way sort of praying and talking to god or if it just of happens that way you know. I can't really tell most of his arm. Kul sira sometime you work. I actually don't work. I haven't worked in about twenty years so yo- on disability benefits and. i love that gretchen. That you asked me that. I'm actually going through that right now with us social security trying to get my disability. I got a letter in the mail. Saying that i'm eligible and i'm just waiting on more paperwork so it's gonna go through from me after twenty something years finally. Wow because i'm doing in the uk. I've had i've you know spoken to a few americans about it and it's a slightly different price. I've heard that people get lawyers in america to get them social security benefits united states ohio lawyers so they could get that case and in the in. The uk is quite a big thing. Because obviously an office people schizophrenia all on benefits. I mean i spent a long time benefits and as quite stressful experience. Because you've got to essentially go prove that your your ill and you're and you're not enough to work and it's quite an that's kind of what they they they test you on can be quite stressful into guy for what i will ask. What about mr. Tell me. I want to know more about life is a schizophrenic. It's not easy and tell me. How did you when you when you when you said what is your twenty prescribed. Vilify thousand i man. How did your your friends react. I actually didn't tell any of my friends. I'll i didn't tell really anybody except for you know my family because i was afraid of how people would react but You know being out wrenching. A what they did. And i ended up losing all my friends. Because i have no friends now really you know i think you can is worth trying to reconnect because as you got older people do change but yeah i mean i felt like for me. I'll go to wear one. Is where i have a persona which is normal which have to be when i'm with friends. Yeah i am a. i am a learner. I mean i am. I am quiet in about where if i am. We're friends. I will act. I don't i don't talk about my illness. Doesn't exist on the fan exactly so when i'm by myself i'm looking at mental health forms and stuff and i'm exploring outside of my life because it's such a major part of my life but obviously with regular fights they can handle it want to handle it so if you kind of agree with me just kind of display a persona which is normal. I guess yeah idea. Like i kind of i kinda show people what they wanna see. Basically you know. I know exactly what you mean okay fine. How does your family your family most supportive. They were very supportive. They're very very supportive My mom she's great. You know i could talk to her about my episodes and stuff in what i assume everything now. You know my sister's been a big help. You know they're really understanding so that that helps ettelaat if family is definitely you know i mean i know people said family obey supports if nothing. That's a great thing Because we need. We need a network of some so an unusually. My parents usually pretty good. Yeah and At home with my family because back in twenty seventeen I was actually married for eight years to my husband yes And my husband cool. Yeah he passed away in twenty seventeen. And i kind of lost my mind a little bit more so i moved back with my family. Sorry to hit him gear with the with the older than you was. It was a was an am. I sort of like hopper illness a drug overdose. Kfi yeah.

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"new orleans louisiana" Discussed on Interview with a schizophrenic

Interview with a schizophrenic

07:57 min | 5 months ago

"new orleans louisiana" Discussed on Interview with a schizophrenic

"To episode interview with schizophrenic. On thing. I have the great pleasure of having eric for new orleans louisiana. He's fairly seven years old and these schizophrenic schizophrenia diagnosis. I i believe that i welcome shire. Hang thank you hi. I'm doing well how you doing pretty well lets you. Bats is a friday united. So is a good day. So it's not as a okay so why went off is If you like tell us how your mental health journey began. How what we symptoms was how he diagnosed. How'd you get into the mental health system. Did you the hospital You know what if you could tell us about about. I'll be really great assure. Yeah my sent started off as a when i was a kid. Actually i used to see things More visually hallucinations auditory. When i was a kid but I I used to see really horrific things. Like i thought were ghosts. Maybe you know. And it started off when i was about. Maybe seven or eight years old. And i didn't know what to think of it and i didn't really talk about it that much because i didn't know what was on and then as i got older Hurricane katrina hit new orleans and living here at the time you know when it hit. I was here and i was impacted Ended up evacuating getting out and everything. But i got stuck in a part that flooded and it wasn't as bad. It could have been but that kind of added some post traumatic stress. And after that event The hallucinations voices and everything were like intensified. Times what. I'm so that that's pretty scary man so when you were young kid you saw you saw visual hallucinations. Wow creepy things very creepy. Thanks so how did you deal with that time. Do what about the gm. I mean how do you tell your parents about it. I told them what i saw. And i don't really know if like hot. Like what their take on it was. I think maybe they thought i was like Having like a bad dream or something or maybe it was just because i watched a lot of scary movies. I'm not sure but A lot you know they. They didn't really know how to take third. So when you look back now with got bad. I mean you know because that people say they seen ghosts not was not a journalist as we could say it was a it was a hallucination how did how did you know that Well because as i got into my twenties i went to a doctor and i told the marrow is being in hearing things and i got put on a bill by and When i'm on my medication it stops like pretty much. But when i take it sometimes it so happened so i kinda wonder about that you know. Yeah i mean the medication. In not so much. And i'm paranoid it's a frantic so i get really get these delusions of people trying to kill me all the time and i get paranoid about a lot of things like i'm afraid of the dark I'm afraid of not really necessarily darcom afraid of what could be in the dark. When i wake up in the middle the night throughout the night i actually hear a whole bunch of voices and i can't make out male or female but it's like what a whirlwind of voices and sometimes it's really loud and sometimes it's just kinda normal volume like i'm talking now but it's it's intense sometimes and i just wanted to you know go away because i'm trying to sleep you every chance to talk about your voices i mean do you have upon. You can talk about what you told your friends. You got a chance to talk about it. I know not really much. I also have voices and just an. It's like a major paul my life. Yes talk about it. It's just ridiculous it is it's like you don't want to frighten people and you don't want them to see you in a different light but at the same time. It's something that you know you deal with and you deal with like twenty four hours a day seven days a week and non stop. It's like you know it's like a parts of my identity and yours view. Identity is about who we are united side. I i just. I took because it's part of the normal human experience. Right because schizophrenia is is being around for quietly. I think it was. I think the quite like coined the phrase one hundred years ago. Something but it's a pop normal human experience. It's out there. It's the extremes. Is you know what i mean. Yeah we should. We should be able to talk about it. I think yeah. I believe that. Like the stigma of schizophrenia. Though is like everybody especially in movies the way they portray you know every serial killers a schizophrenic. His dog is talking to him. Number two people and what i mean so automatically people who are schizophrenic or serial killers all of us are at were evil and were bad people and sicom in the news. If there's like a crazy guy kills his wife and his kids to go and yet and had a diagnosis of schizophrenia. And that's like a major factor. You surrey it's like okay. Ask freedom aside. That's why well no. That's that's not. He was morally. He had yet some serious issues with his moral. Compass is because as schizophrenics i think in america is like that's like two million or something. Schizophrenics america supplied hello belong. Yeah there is more than a million. I think you put your population like one hundred hundred sixty million or something. I'm not even sure something like that. And one hundred hundred million may be one of the population. Yes i said. It's pretty much more than a million. Schizophrenics in america just behaving themselves the not gain in trouble in iowa say n. You've got the people who are undiagnosed. You definitely definitely is. I think there's a hell of people who've got undiagnosed mental illness and some of them with schizophrenia. As well yeah. Yeah i case maybe why also ask you have you had a knee psychotic delusions. Oh yes all the time. Actually almost.

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New Orleans musician offers kids trumpets for guns

Morning Edition

02:23 min | 11 months ago

New Orleans musician offers kids trumpets for guns

"Now a story about a trumpeter who is hoping that music might help reduce gun violence. My name is Lamar Allen, trumpeter from New Orleans, Louisiana producers, songwriters, saying Last week, Alan learned of a shooting in his city. A nine year old boy, Devante Bryant was killed. I have a nine year old son. So for me, it just hit me different, you know. He wanted to find a way to get guns out of the hands of kids. Has trump is laying around and I know for me that Trump has saved me. So he posted on social media and said to all the youth of New Orleans, bring me a gun and I'll give you a trumpet. No questions asked. I wanted to build a relationship on trust with the kids, so that They wouldn't have to worry about getting into trouble. The musician called the city's mayor and got the police to agree that they would take the guns from him without asking for any details. And I say this in I have a different connection with these kids because I grew up like them. I know what they're going through. I know the type of environment that they're in and they aren't bad. Kids just dealt into bad circumstances. They are trying and wants him to do other things, but it's nothing for them to do. So far, Alan has taken in four guns and given away for trumpets. The first gun that I collected was from a girl like a little girl. And it was the only grand I was fully loaded and I just was like, man like this is a look. I would never suspect that she will have this. And she was the most excited about getting it gave with a trumpet. He has the information. If you want to get lessons, you could reach out to one of these teachers. They'll be willing to probably saved the situation. Yeah, I'd probably say the situation. Since he ran out of instruments. Alan started an online fundraiser. He has raised more than $10,000 for music supplies, and people have also donated their own instruments. That trumpet was the first thing I showed me. Oh, I really don't have to be here. It's really a whole other world out there. And Alan is hoping that this instrument will have a similar impact for kids in New Orleans today, so if I can create those little opportunities for one of two or three of them, they can actually bring that back. So their neighborhood and they were all over. That's the voice of trumpeter Shemar Allen, who is trying to reduce gun violence in his community in New Orleans.

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Pregnancy & Postpartum Body Image

Nutrition Matters

05:39 min | 1 year ago

Pregnancy & Postpartum Body Image

"Matters. Podcast thanks so much for joining me. I am so excited to be here. Really appreciate getting asked to join you. Yeah well we've connected online and you talk about some really important things just from from the perspective of being a therapist and also a human and I thought okay. Let's let's get together and talk about body image and the postpartum period because that is very much on your mind right now is that right. Yes definitely yeah. I am ten weeks outright now with my new baby and also have a two year old so I still kind of feel like I'm in the postpartum period with her to even though some people might disagree with that But I still feel very much like a new mother to both of them. Yeah Yeah Okay so talk about who you are in your background what you do professionally and then we'll dive in topic. Sounds good so I am a licensed clinical social worker and used to say I was a licensed scalzo worker in Louisiana but I just moved Tennessee But for the last almost ten years I've been in New Orleans Louisiana and that's where I got my graduate degree and just moved to Chattanooga Tennessee to be closer to my family. Meanwhile I raised these. Two girls My husband moved. We're altogether but My family lives here and so right now. I'm not working a whole lot. I'm seeing a few clients like in Tele therapy capacity from home So that's what's happening right now. But what like led me to this? Work in journey I around the age. Fourteen fifteen started struggling with OCD related issues and started going to therapy and loved therapy. Knew that it was probably going to be calling passion for me and it has been and so I went to college studied technology. Ocd got better for the most part And then when I went to Grad school I started becoming really interested in addictions and still anxiety and depression and related issues and once I started you know once I graduated Grad School and started my first jobs. I started really obsessively restricting and wants. Take yes food and once. I started that that lasted for about three years. And I mean after that I started to run a started to get help for it and once I went into. I didn't do a an impatient program but I did. Iop stuff and that led me like recovery myself has led me to be really really interested in eating disorder recovery and body image recovery for everybody and then out in a broader topic just disordered eating end health in general Because I think somebody that everybody faces even if they're not clinically struggling with the eating disorder of some kind And also my eating disorder weld in with OCD A lot. So that's what led me to place And still passionate about working in that area especially with having maybe girls. Yeah Okay so you have your own history and and then you've had years of studying in school and then working as a therapist and then Becoming a new mom Taco anything relevant in your story as far as like. What's it been like to be in recovery or recovered? I'm not sure what wording you like to use it From an eating disorder and then kind of going into new phases of life like like motherhood and the end postpartum. So heart of my story has been that I knew that I wanted to be a mom but I also knew I couldn't be a mom unless I was recovered from my eating disorder. And so that is what led me to seeking out. How because they knew at some point I wanted to have children in so basically after I got married I decided to. I realize that it wasn't just an. I want to be thin for my wedding issue. It was a bigger issue for me and decided than our would've been twenty sixteen so three and a half years. I decided that I wanted to make this better for myself that I don't pass on like really toxic ways of thinking to children and so that is what led me to kind of kind of the catalyst that threw me into recovery and so I got really lucky. I do identify as recovered struggle. Sometimes but I don't utilize behaviours in the slightest any longer and most of my thoughts able to Kinda Zap pretty quickly when they come up once. I did get help. I got pregnant pretty quickly after that so abou A year it wasn't very long about a year after I started feeling much more normal and better pregnant and obviously you know. Weight gain is a huge component of getting pregnant in the postpartum period. And while that was hard for me it also felt

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"new orleans louisiana" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:35 min | 1 year ago

"new orleans louisiana" Discussed on WTOP

"New Orleans Louisiana governor John bel Edwards on CBS's face the nation by the end of the first week in April we think the first real issue is going to be ventilators and we think it's about the fourth or fifth available for down the New Orleans area were unable to put people on ventilators who need them and then several days later we will be out of bed the worldwide death toll is now over thirty one thousand Italy remains the nation with the most deaths more than ten thousand CBS news update I'm Steve Futterman and president trump is backing away from calling for a quarantine for coronavirus hot spots in New York New Jersey and Connecticut as the situation worsens in New York City twelve percent of the city's police department is now out sick right now forty three hundred uniformed members of the NYPD or unable to work NBC news reports nearly seven hundred uniformed and civilian members of the police force have tested positive for corona virus three members of the NYPD have died after contracting covert nineteen if people continue to ignore social distancing more severe measures to stop it are likely here's what the UK is done people can only leave their homes for essential work to buy food and medicine and they can only go out to exercise once a day all nonessential businesses have been ordered to close and no more than two people from the same home can gather outside of the home unless it's for essential work because many people inside the US are still ignoring social distancing guidance severe measures like those could be ordered soon in some locations long Forsman and security officials told WTOP if these measures are implemented they could be in place for weeks if not months JJ green WTOP news a group of senators is urging the federal government to lift restrictions on gay and bisexual men donating blood during a nationwide blood shortage right now men who have sex with men have to remain celibate for a year before they can give blood NBC news reports in a letter to the FDA fifteen senators urged the agency to move away from what they called antiquated and stigmatizing donation policies because of fears about the corona virus spreading in shelters and detention facilities a federal judge has ordered the trump administration to make efforts to release thousands of migrant children from federal custody the judge's order requires leaders and immigration and customs enforcement and the office of refugee resettlement to explain by April sixth why they haven't released the miners the ruling estimated that about seven thousand miners were in federal custody in recent weeks and the judge said ice appear deficient in.

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Mitch Landrieu On The South's Racial Divide... And How To Bridge It

In Black America

08:24 min | 1 year ago

Mitch Landrieu On The South's Racial Divide... And How To Bridge It

"I'm John L. Hanson in junior and welcome to another addition of him black America on this week's program divided by design with the Honorable Mitch Landrieu former mayor of New Orleans in Black America. You know so you know. We took all that information and said you know what are we gonNa do and one of the things we WANNA do is set up of an organization that helps number one. Educate most Americans about what the real history of our country is so that they can begin to understand institutional racism which clearly exists. Secondly we are going to Use Art Music Culture Sports to help change those stores and bring people together. We're going to do. Is We want to help. Train leaders and communities about what an equity agenda agenda would look like how equality and equity of two different things. And that if you really mean that everybody should have an equal opportunity that you have to design systems to do it and effectively. The conclusion was big picture was that the country is the way it is because we designed it this way and if we're divided you know somebody designed it so that we can be divided and if we want at the beach gather we got a redesign. It we gotta fix what we broke going up in the politically active and socially conscious family. Ms Landrus political roots. Run deep in Louisiana. Lisi Anna Way served two terms as governor and sixteen years in the state legislature and eight years as mayor of New Orleans to this any as seen seen firsthand how segregation and racism as affected communities in this country and particularly in the south over the course of year. His team met with people where they he lived. They traveled to twenty communities across thirteen southern states. They visit diverse parts of the region geographically demographically and culturally along their journey they had discussions in many different settings from one on one interview to small groups and roundtables to focus groups to community listening sessions. The capstone of their research is eighteen. Hundred Person Survey across the stage. They visited the report title divided by designs. The cavs for discussion or how. The American south experience issues of race and class in their communities. Recently in Black America spoke with Mayor Landrieu born and bred New Orleans Louisiana. The Anna one of nine children. We'd be my brothers and sisters. We got thirty eight kids and been here my whole life. There was an idea. What was I going up in New Orleans with nine kids families? You got to get to the front of the line as fast as you can get there. It was a I lived in a in a great neighborhood. We played street ball all the time. came from a big family. You know born and raised the and it was just a just a Lotta fun growing up. It's hard once you grew up in New Orleans to live anywhere else. 'cause wait okay. I'm sure everybody everybody feels good about the neighborhood. Do they grow up in what we we had a good time. What was it about your family and politics? You know it's an interesting. My Dad was a was a poor kid. He didn't hardly Nichols Rub together. Did know anybody grew up in a house that was about eighteen feet wide and sixty feet deep and live right across the street from from a cemetery grew up in a store room of his mom. Is You know house where she was. selling stuff to folks in the neighborhood he got around. You know after I got out of law school. Who figured that he wanted to try to do something good and ran for office and you know from there the whole family? Has You know based on what my mom and dad's work has been been kind. Kevin Gage the public service. Now not all of my brothers and sisters are in elected office. But you know they. They have spent their time. You know kind of following the lead of trying to give back where they could. In in your opinion what makes New Orleans such a vibrant city and people want to visit as often as possible. Well you've been here. Yeah you know we were talking a little bit Before your daughter went to school here this is a we celebrate it out three hundred dollars bursary this year. We have always been a very diverse place rich culture. You know history is such that and this is part of one of the efforts. I'm working on it we were. We were a huge Originating spot for slavery in America we also had the influence of the French the Spanish German. It was because of bovine. History is sorted history in some parts glorious than the others it has been a melting pot. That's reflected the soul of the country very culturally rich culturally deep and it has just been a really interesting place to live. You know I like to think of losses At least reflecting both burst both both the best and the worst of America because I- diversity from the beginning has been Great strength and You know it's it's it's got. His problems bought thought. You know. It is very reflective of the full diversity of what we hope that. America's GonNa be one day we're new became mayor of New Orleans. The city was experiencing just after Katrina. Give us a snapshot of how the city has progressed. Since that time. Well everybody remembers. I mean if it's almost like when nine eleven hit you remember where you were. Most people remember where they were. When Katrina hit? I mean it was a defining moment for us because the whole city was destroyed. I mean we. We got beat to death by that storm. I mean literally. We lost eighteen hundred of our brothers and sisters and bothered fathers aunts and uncles and kids every physical structure in the city. Almost underwater seventeen feet of water for weeks. I mean we had to rebuild this thing from nothing and you know like when when you're in a tragedy you come together because you have to you know you you better you better find somebody that can lift you up. You're not GonNa make it and you better listen body else up. But they're not Michael Baker and out of that tragedy. The people of New Orleans you know had a common focus and we came together. We had to rebuild all of our schools. We rebuilt the hospitals. We're opening up a brand new airport Next week with the rebuild all of our schools and we had to get our feet back underneath us and so you know although it was a very tragic tragic moment in the city miraculously. I mean the people found a way to rise above lots of different things. That separate us and rebuild the city and so the city is doing really really well. Now it is. It's further along than I think. People expected it to be. I think people now can look at the complications in Puerto. Rico go on in other places. It's hard to come back when you get beat. You know by by a natural catastrophe like that you'll see these wildfires in California put some communities. He's on the back one of the interesting things about it and this is something that we've all known is that people had stuff before the storm had an easier time coming back then people. That didn't have stuff. You know. So generation wealth and resilient to the communities are all very much an important part of. You know making sure that that you're ready to come back and it's been a little bit uneven but you know the city if you came here you'd be surprised at how how much progress has been in the last thirteen years the sand obviously with the rebuilding of New Orleans. You had a team. Well who are some of the other individuals that one part of the city government that you leaned upon on to get advice and insight. Well the truth is and I'm not trying to be cute here but the answer is everybody in the the only way that the city could come back was by having everybody in the world and help us so we got huge numbers of a financial and philanthropic donations from other countries Um working with the president of the United States was really really important in his cabinet. Getting the state government the local government but on the ground down on the ground having the faith based Community Mutiti the not for profit community you know individuals at all wanted to help everybody in kind of deal and You know there was so many people it'd be hard to call out. I want to but literally as I was the one of the most blessing. Blessed things was no matter who restarted. The answer was always yes. And that's why New Orleans feel so thankful to the rest of the country for all that that you guys gave us and so you know we want people to come visit and see it you know. I think you'll be surprised. You know we're like any other big city in America we have challenges and that will be here before Katrina and we're trying to figure them out from housing. The transportation redoing the criminal justice system all of those things. We still have great challenges with. But we're better off than we were before the storm.

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"new orleans louisiana" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

11:30 min | 1 year ago

"new orleans louisiana" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Do lose chose rose their mileage is right little echo there I am so sorry I am live in New Orleans Louisiana coming to you live via satellite saliva face hello whatever people say like via satellite I've been on interviews before they're like live via satellite from Indianapolis is this sky severity thought was how many satellites we use let's let's face it via satellite only understand the science but I do know that I'm sitting in my hotel room right now in gloomy do me no more do you hear about for the national championship this evening between the LSU Tigers in the clubs you walk around the world as you say go Tigers your hero check everybody everybody everybody to Tigers square off this evening to see who is the best in all of the land the student human athletes have put together Hey how over performance the last four months it all gets capped off this evening Trevor Lawrence in Jonesborough battle it out to see which NFL caliber quarterback will host the national championship Trevor Lawrence twenty five and I was never lost in college Joe burrow underdog story from Athens Ohio hits the transfer portal blue from Ohio state all the way down to the body you know as you plays quarterback for years are sixteen touchdowns is then add drawn says you what I'm old changeable offering that's not his accent brings in a guy named Joe Brady from the saints they flip that offense into the most prolific offerings in the history of the SEC what Joe burrow being the most highly completion percentage quarterback in the history of college football fifty six touchdowns just a quick jump of forty dollars from one year to the next Joe blow's Amanda brought on himself and it paid off winning the Heisman winning a basketball shoot out against Oklahoma in a bowl game charity event waiting that ball game and then tonight potentially proving to the world and not only is it a Heisman winner is a national champion in soon to be the number one pick of the NFL draft and we will be covering that on ESPN two I will be there along side Dan Orlovsky Steve levy and Adam a mean on the field handheld microphones calling the game allowed to go anywhere anywhere in any way Steve levy show me a photo from last year's bill passed like a cast he was told to tell with the clients and the alignment with his microphone in his face saying I am telling a tall with I can't even fathom what's going to come out of my mouth that I couldn't even fathom but I do know what I'm an attempt to get out or ten specific words that have been put together and curated by the boys back in Indianapolis that were in the studio right now if I did all term words inserted into the broadcast this evening on ESPN two we will give away ten thousand dollars on a cash out to various folks that clip in tweeted with the hash tag yes we had to make a cast that's all you have to do the ten words will be released by the end of this hour will treat them out you watch ESPN two mega cast field pass with me Adam levy or lost you have a great night watch a national championship game will be streamed there and potentially win some money because you clicked something tweeted for Monday that's we call that and that's what we're having here first our got a chance to talk to Josh it but the Green Bay Packers talk about Billy Brian making terrible decisions for the Houston Texans but this John watches as you love him so we go anywhere nobody knows because bill o'brien doesn't have a boss we'll talk more about all that stuff and more this hour plus your phone calls I think the phone machine is back working if not we won't get to them anyways anti Schmidt at tone gauge Nick morado viva la Z. though Jason McAfee and topical Mrs Ansett phones alongside Boston Conor who's currently sitting on the casting couch Conor yes Sir yesterday was down twenty four points then they rattled off forty nine points they were down twenty four van of women by twenty eight forty four point swing in that particular team is in the AFC now we'll talk about the Tennessee Titans who seem to have a potential recipe for disaster for everybody because they have a monster Hey but he fairy tale character as a running back running faster than people taller than people because the people strong of the people and better dressed than people with a great defense and offense why but let's get them out of it because we don't know if they're gonna pay Derrick Henry what's going to happen with that let's just talk about what the chiefs are in there see for the foreseeable future which is just a dominant figure we're joined now jumping on other Mercedes Tom Brady either McGinnis came in to get the Browns job I mean the patriots are dead no way I mean the other big Daniels turned down the Browns job he's coming back and of course with him back Brady will follow up follow suit allegedly about joined them and by the way I assume that he knew the person I thought who the person is getting on there I don't I I I I don't know the story but when your party with Paul Pierce and Danny Amendola you're gonna jump on a few cars you know date and all and I ported into Mexico end up an old mix kill me I I enjoyed that chiefs Texans game yesterday so much I honestly did we talk about in the first hour but there was never it was there was never a doubt I feel like from Patrick Mahoney ever I I honestly don't think there was even a draft I mean because it can't be by we forget a leasing back like that you had to have this belief this passion that it could happen something great can happen you have to have that sucks what do you do not feel that way the error message the game the reason that she's not I mean there was somebody that even said the if the south what if I mean was it in jest potentially but there's no funds for Jess on Twitter which is kind of tough but still I sent it out there because I was riding the wave I was writing this Texans wave over the cheese change your dad sure done the bye week they should often all the bye week lost another game so they could play just like whatever the ravens Baba by we killed him and then they they they came out in just I'm in so long I mean absolute slaughter house on special teams it was working for them that fake punch stop by Sorenson is back massive I was just I was just died right well homes that would do whatever you want it he drags tell I don't know how we knew what to keep its toll on the ground that long to be on the behind the line of scrimmage on a little dump off the Kelsey Travis Kelsey people call was the most overrated player all of that this was like four touched it was insanity I couldn't even fathom of they would be able to do that for four quarters just a modest what a hundred it was for a hundred points if they were playing like that before how do you think I thought patching holes was so excited on the sideline or not so excited but so raw raw the silent when they're down twenty four nothing because he was like well I mean I just get to throw every single play now and I know that this defense six soon so we have to act like a little this will give the strat well coach Andy Reid elsewhere in San Pedro we don't have to act like reply just they know it we know it let's go ahead and do it and boy what a team to deal with the weapons that the apps that I think Travis Kelsey I think the timing is lost in the thing is George Kendall had such a massive George Kendall had such a massive year just so good so so good for good reason hello there is some cool dude had a hell of a year but kind of forget so I think that you can see is a due to your army and he's on a a good outfit he blocks anyone near national does what I'm talking about is an offense of threat Kelsey is a guidance these athletic he scored a lot yesterday found ways to get open in its entirety kills on a team you know him off the point which is wild because I honestly would say that if tiring kill wanted to be he would be the greatest part return history of football if you want to be but it was like you with all those weapons that they have Andy Reid's ability to just draw up difference concepts and all that stuff it's just that was in St so watch and I'm so happy it happened in front of the kingdom because those fans whatever they got when it started feeling like they were back that decibel level there is even a sign it's a decibel up what some people like it in Kansas city they're like listen decibel up now's the time they ran a fireworks what you said he ran out of fireworks play four quarters it was for a hundred points it was scored a hundred points just if they would play four quarters like a play and the only way the Titans Hey Hey what's up with the Titans we can arrange for like the way the people right right but five hundred yards for twelve point five hundred yards they were they were inside the Tennessee forty eight times all points Derrick Henry what what do you do where were you what a Errol Thomas said well Thomas said those guys up there look like eighty something I'm paraphrasing here those guys up there knowing the delay one tackle it will be different here and I Hey I agree that Baltimore Ravens differences been insane but then a situation happen with Earl Thomas and you can't help but think that there can remember him saying that while he was gone for the second show which wasn't it wasn't needed but he just pushed him in his back to help him run further ahead Patty slipped on some of his legs you just hit like you're you're hanging out of something and hits I mean he's just what do you do and nobody this is he's gonna be the running back that brings back the massive salary contract offer before having to hold out stuff I think because he deserves now that often to lines very good they got the Los Angeles rams died at the rams one page Taylor the one is all the way back that often lines very good but they can just control the ball whenever they want in one ten hill somehow someway has become this incredible quarterback having good touch but a good decision maker so my call my game manager whatever but every quarterbacks again manager if you manage.

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"new orleans louisiana" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"new orleans louisiana" Discussed on KCRW

"Keepers of the culture and the cultures in collections they keep about four million people visit their local library every day in the US some have no where else to go the American library association can't put a number on how many homeless people are using their facilities a shelter but many cities are struggling to address the problem in San Francisco where more than seven thousand people are homeless the city decided to take an unusual approach placing a social worker inside the library I just want to ask you about the housing yes the nation's first full time librarian social worker keep for the day number one hundred and sixty five keeper of the day our daily year long social media series featuring keepers from around the world kind of like baseball cards river keepers seed keepers climate keepers peacekeepers stewards of culture civil liberties the land people who take it upon themselves to preserve and protect and I'm calling about eight people in New Orleans Louisiana who have he sixty seventy eighty are lesbian and south eight ninety oral history hot line telling us about last call the New Orleans **** bar history project keeper of the day number nine give me a call back at eight four seven nine hi my name is doctor fox someone better Nerio orthopedic surgeon calling from Columbia Missouri the story of Elizabeth Holly same to me one that you guys would be interested and keep bursaries keeper the day number two Elizabeth Holly was an American born in nineteen twenty three she died in twenty eighteen age ninety four he attended the university of Michigan where she got her master's and became a researcher for fortune magazine but became quite bored and started traveling as a result of some intense wanderlust that she had after several years she settled in the fall around nineteen fifty seven and quickly became fascinated with the Mount Everest even though she did not like hiking or have any interest in climbing about herself what she was fascinated by it was chronicling the expeditions that were climbing Mount Everest there's a young single woman American ex Pat became the main keeper and chronicler of all the records for all expeditions going.

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New Orleans, Louisiana And Eric discussed on America Tonight with Kate Delaney

America Tonight with Kate Delaney

00:20 sec | 2 years ago

New Orleans, Louisiana And Eric discussed on America Tonight with Kate Delaney

"Jordan tropical storm bury me test the levees in New Orleans the system is forecast to become a category one hurricane before it makes landfall along the Louisiana coast we're expecting the winds to to begin on Friday over over southeast Louisiana how with hurricanes conditions possible by Friday night or Saturday morning hurricane specialist Eric

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3 Things To Know Around Detroit

Daily Detroit

04:29 min | 2 years ago

3 Things To Know Around Detroit

"The city of Detroit is one of ten American cities to join a new. National program meant to figure out how to help residents make more money and improve their economic status. The initiative is funded by the Bloomberg philanthropies the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and the bomber group, which is led by former Microsoft CEO and Detroit area. Native Steve bomber the program goes for eighteen months. The plan is to test ideas, that connect low income residents and affordable housing to opportunities for more income and provide services that help them become more financially stable, the goal is to make affordable housing throughout the city and access point to city services. This is a big deal across the United States as the likelihood that the current generation, earns more than their parents is declining, especially among the middle class and poor. The program came out of a recent survey of American mayors, who said economic issues are their biggest local challenge the results of the twelve million dollar program will then be shared across the country. Other cities in the program include Lansing, right here in Michigan. New. Orleans, Louisiana Newark, New Jersey and others separately. The bomber group last fall issued sixteen million dollars in grants to eighteen Detroit area. Nonprofits to help children and families in poverty. You've heard of hell Michigan, right? It's an unincorporated town near paint ni in Livingston county. It's famous for its road signs a tavern and stores selling, souvenirs branded with the community's name now a California youtuber has purchased the whole five acre commercial property, and officially renamed it gay hill in protest of the Trump administration. Elijah Daniel says the move is in protest of the Trump administration's decision to not allow US embassies to fly the gay pride rainbow flag during June for pride month. He also says the only flags it will be allowed to be flown. Our pride flags, though. That's apparently just joke. And no ban is actually in place on other flags. Daniel is a comedian and musician, who has around five hundred and eighty thousand subscribers on YouTube. He's also the owner of an LGBTQ cannabis business in Los Angeles in two thousand seventeen he participated in hell's program to become mayor for a day, but was promptly. Impeached. He has a video, documenting the experience, titled I became mayor and banned street people from my town, all in lower case letters, Daniel tells NBC news. He is trying to engage his young audience in politics. We picked an interesting place to do it gera-, because hell Michigan in Livingston county. That's deep red country there man. Let me tell you. So I gotta ask, like, how does one by town. I didn't know you could do that because it's on Inc. There is no it's not really a town. There's no village council or or or township board of trustees or anything. It's, it's I think it's sort of unofficially called a hamlet. I mean it's really it's, it's have you ever been there? No. It's so it's like five acres. It's kind of it almost feels like a theme park at this point. There's like I think there's a mini golf course. If I remember correctly, there's a tavern. There's souvenir store. There's technically ally berry. It's right near the banks of the Huron river and everything it's really pretty there. I mean it's beautiful surroundings. It's out near the Pinkney state recreation area. So it's. It's heavily wooded everything. But it's it's not really a town. Do you think we should do the show at hell? Hamlet. We'll keep that one into consideration. The conservatory in bells reopening nearly a month ahead of schedule. The one hundred and fifteen year old Anna scripts, Whitcomb, conservatory reopens Wednesday after a number of structural repairs water head severely compromised. The twenty one foot steel trusses that are original to the building the new trusses used galvanized steel, and they'll be more resistant to the weather the project cost two and a half million dollars. It was paid for by the Michigan DNR and the Ralph c Wilson junior foundation. You know, I'm really glad to see this project happen. I have some so many memories of this place because my grandmother was a member of the o botanical society, and she would drag me around, like ten eleven twelve years old, hauling pots, and plants and all kinds of stuff around that place. It's such a such a cool, little facility, not just the, the public property. They've got all those greenhouses as well. It's a true, gem, one of the best staycationing, especially like in midwinter like you know, if you've got, like a dismal February day, no better like mood. Up than to pay visit to the belau

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"new orleans louisiana" Discussed on Le Show

Le Show

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"new orleans louisiana" Discussed on Le Show

"New Orleans, Louisiana. I'm Harry Shearer. Welcome you to this edition of the show. And now, ladies and gentlemen. News. The ward winning news, the warm. I don't even remember it's been so long since won an award. But anyway. To solo about this program. Hats. The globe. You've heard of it has just experienced its second warmest, April since reliable instrument data began way back in eighteen eighty according to NASA, and the Japan meteorological agency. The unusually warm able follows a top three hottest March indicates that the earth is on record for yet another top three warmest year on record according to axios, this follows recent news that carbon dioxide levels in the atmosphere, edged past four hundred fifteen parts per million for the first time in human history. I bet the dinosaurs did that though. Don't you think likely becoming the highest level on record in at least three million years? See the dinosaurs beat that human activity such as burning fossil fuels for energy and shopping dot forests are causing carbon carbon dioxide levels to increase at a quickening pace. The NASA April global temperature anomaly of one point eight degrees Fahrenheit above the twentieth century average. The only. April. It was. Cooler than this past April. Was April twenty sixteen when a powerful El Nino event you went to that, didn't you in the Pacific helped at a natural boost in global temperatures already exhilarated due to climate change right now. There's a week, El Nino event..

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Excessive rainfall and flash floods threaten central U.S.

Josh's Trail with Elder Dr. Levon Yuille

02:22 min | 2 years ago

Excessive rainfall and flash floods threaten central U.S.

"And other round of intense heavy rainfall anticipated across the already saturated west central Gulf region of the Gulf Coast and a moderate risk of excessive rainfall is in effect for the southeast Texas today in the south west Louisiana as an additional rainfall can only exacerbate the flash flood concerns that are in that area. You've seen the flooding in the streets of Houston, some of the areas that were already flooded a couple of years ago. And here we are back again and locally heavy. Rain and thunderstorms are possible in the south southeast at middle Atlantic and even the southwest this weekend in a four corner section out there of Mexico and Arezzo Anna, and Colorado and. Utah. Now, the rain is the heaviest right now around no Orleans, Louisiana and over towards Mississippi. It's raining pretty much all the way up to twenty in Mississippi and Louisiana and the eastern part of Texas, but that rain will dissipate somewhat in Texas today and concentrate more on the areas in Alabama and Mississippi and Louisiana rain will move into other areas over the weekend and moved to the east, but the heaviest rain and the flooding will be right now in losing Anna and eastern, Texas where they just can't take any more rain now taking a look at up north. You've got a freeze warning in western New York state around Dunkirk Fredonia most of Michigan is under a freezer. Broths warning a hard freeze warning in northern Michigan this morning, you've got some high winds in western South Dakota out there towards rapid city. Some scattered showers in the central part of Montana. You've got a freeze and frost warning in eastern Colorado tonight and the northwestern corner of Kansas, which some scattered showers in central and south eastern Kansas today and other than that the roads are looking pretty doggone good looking pretty doggone good out there this weekend. So maybe you'll catch you break. Everybody

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"new orleans louisiana" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

06:13 min | 2 years ago

"new orleans louisiana" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Everything entertainment everything tomato soup and noodles. I'm Jay swift lax and Don McLean. Of the New Orleans Louisiana mcclain's. Ooh. Don's families all over girls all over the place. December twenty second two thousand eight was the first day of the two of us went on the air to do a daily show. Whoa. Billions and billions serve like McDonald's since then. Doesn't it? Why? No. So as we approach our decade anniversary, we're going to start looking back at some fun moments. Some fun memories laughing our but off of how we manage to do this. How we manage to fill us show every weekday for ten years. Still don't know how we do that. I get really quick before we do. Clip. Yeah. I want to get on tape. You know, I do my fate when my favorite parts of the day is when I do I do a Q and A with my studio audience for the Jason show. And I love it because it's just like it's not like the state fair. Sometimes I feel overwhelmed, and I get my my my introverted nece comes out this is I thoroughly enjoy this because it's it's intimate. And we just have a good time when it comes up, and it comes up every so often people ask about like a day like a typical day, that's one of the most popular questions of people wondering what the two shows and how early we wake up and all that stuff. I always use a line. I always use a line that I say, you know, and when I get to about one one or one thirty in the in the schedule x Don, I always say, you know, get home in but one thirty nine take an app, I said it starts all over again. I said because you know, we can have a really good show on Thursday. I said, but the three of us then are staring down the barrel of a blank sheet for we have to fill almost four hours and the look on people's faces when I put it like that. The. Look like, Ron. I think they realize they're like that's a lot of time to just chat. I want to get it on tape sometime when I put it in that way. I'm like. The show, and then I show them the grid. Sometimes. The great. And I said this is our show tomorrow. Go it's empty, and I go that's we start all we start from scratch every it's like making biscuits. It's like making breakfast. We start from scratch every day. It's very funny. Okay. So what's our first memory lacks? This is what am I favored memories? Because I will never forget. I I sometimes forget it's my husband's birthday. Uh-huh. Anniversary. And so I have to last minute figure out what I'm gonna do. And. He wanted to boxing bag one year. And so I went to the store to go get when they were like six hundred dollars. We're not doing that. So I went to Craigslist, and I never done that before and sold stuff on Craigslist. You've been there done that. So I was like all right near your house or you were living in Plymouth at the time. I said Jay he's coming protecting. Because you know, you hear about Craigslist freaks now. He don't hear about them as much, but it's more widespread. People are doing it more, you know, whether it's EBay or online selling okay. So. Your gracious suggests. No problem you wearing your your what did you call it? You're getting home after school clothes and come pick me up. So pick you up and right before we ring the doorbell you say hold on one second and you start recording on your phone thinking. All right. Well, hey, you never know this could be evidence later if they find the phone on our dead bodies and like Greg great way to start this. But you know, what safety I sit. There you go the nicest man answered the door. And well, this is where this picks up and you talk about the guy. I here we go. This is two thousand and eleven I couldn't be nicer. Yes, grabbing nice grabbing tools Alexis dressed in a skirt high heels all ready to go to the women's wellness series. Jason basically in my pajamas. T shirt jeans, and a t-shirt I'm in my after school close dude starts taking starts using. What's that till call bucks a socket? Register starts undoing a Bolter screw or nut or whatever. And I'm standing there. And he looks at Alexis here, we need to take this other one off here. Alexis grabs the branch and starts doing it squats in her skirt. And I'm standing there with my thumb up my nose like because I have no idea. What I don't know. How to you? The wrench thing. I don't know how to use it. I was watching this. So I the only thing I could do was step on onto Feng. So wouldn't tip over and I slept. I felt so like Cindy Brady. I literally felt like I should be standing there saying. Nothing else. I was worthless. As boobs on a turtle. I could do nothing else. It was horrible. And I didn't even realize how embarrassing I was for a couple minutes because I had no shame. And then I look down at UNM like Alexis is squatting in her heels and skirts while unscrewing a boxing thing. Dude is doing the other one and I'm doing absolutely nothing. So I feel guilty enough that when I mean the little girl notice either. He had his little girl came out in the dude was like daddy needs a soccer wrench and even the girl knew.

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"new orleans louisiana" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

03:51 min | 2 years ago

"new orleans louisiana" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"Serta lean in the morning. Okay. And she I take. Tip Doreen at night. And well, then just with those medicine that shouldn't be a big big issue. I would go to your physician had them do a couple of blood tests like the vitamin d that can play role. Also, your sodium potassium Patricia can play a role as well as the excess wedding. So it could be an issue with the adrenal glands. It could be an issue with your sodium potassium being off you could have a little bit too much on the potassium side. And they can check that through the blood work. So when you go to get that vitamin d Don maybe have them check the other areas as well. And you know, exercise will play a big role eating the proper diet is gonna play a big role. And of course, you know, I'm a fan of the anti inflammatory diet. So maybe that's something you want to consider looking into hells us nothing. You can lose that. Really? You can man I'm not just saying that if you'll get active really watch your diet play a big role that and get focused and start making some changes. I think you're gonna do great. So keep me posted on how it's going to get the blood work done in the probably fine. And lying in their some of the issues of what's causing this wedding in also look into celery, juice, right celery, juice has been known for people that a lot of excess sweating or just pour out sweat seemingly more than they used to a lot of times. It could be a little bit of sodium levels being often. It's the best natural form of sodium. Not like salt saw a little bit different that we have. So check into that. Keep me posted. Okay. Thanks for the call darling. Triple eight two eight three seventy two seventy two this triple eight eight three seventy two seventy two. You're listening the best in healthy talk radio the show where your health is your greatest wealth. Tony writes in an Email from New Orleans Louisiana says me, and my wife are proud parents of three kids you go. Tony in your wife gets a great thing. Kids are the best. Our youngest is six in just started school. He's only sleeping a couple of hours a night the rest of the time he's walking in her room, and and in and out of our room is this a bad sign or do you think he's only it's only temporary? Well, it just depends thumbs kids. If they're, you know, he's just started school for the first time it was probably going through some separation anxiety from you and the wife in. So he probably feels comfortable by coming in spending more time with you guys. So most experts and even psychologists would say in that case to not really fight. It's because kids will let you know when they're okay. Sometimes you might wanna let them hang out with you. If he feels more comfortable can go to sleep, you know, every now, and then is not that big of a deal the traditions will also say, that's okay. It depends on who you talk to you know, you do need to kind of council, and as a parent be a friend to him and let him know that it's okay as natural phase of life. And what is your struggle? You know, everybody is dealing with something with their health fund. You talk to people, and they always say. You say hi how how's it going? John falwell's going good. You know, my diabetes is getting a little bit better. How's it going Susan? Well, you know the hot flashes. They they've been they've been toned up a little bit. I just feel like I'm flashing all the time. It's funny, isn't it? I mean, you really talk to people and really just say, hey, how's it going half the time? People don't even mean when they ask how somebody's doing is just. In the south for sure it tends to be just the thing. We do. Well, it's funny because people nine times out of ten I guess. I guess is the older you get maybe after age forty five or so people always want to answer about their health. How are you doing? Well, the start telling you how they're big toast started hurting yesterday. Did you really want to know that? So the reality is there's some basic principles that you can follow to get your health back to go from where.

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"new orleans louisiana" Discussed on Oprah's SuperSoul Conversations

Oprah's SuperSoul Conversations

03:41 min | 3 years ago

"new orleans louisiana" Discussed on Oprah's SuperSoul Conversations

"I literally picked up the phone and call every contractor that I knew of not only in New Orleans, Louisiana, and in the entire south, trying to find a crane someone a crane, a crystal crane and then a crane. And here's the thing once the crane a crane operator. And they basically had sent a message to everybody that if you get involved in this, somebody that you know is going to get hurt or you're gonna lose business. Eventually, we found a number of businesses some outside some in the city that actually were able to do it after we put this huge security blanket around them, which of course, you know, had made us do it at night and made people cover. Her up their identities, the guy they're wearing bulletproof, vests helmets, and I'm sure they were right. They were. They were deathly afraid and rightly so because the security threats were real and they were imminent and the security measures we took, we took at the vice of the highest levels of security and what their reports that people were sending drone and wasn't a report. They were actually doing that. They had. They had drones that they were flying around the cranes and try to get him to stop. They actually got to one of the cranes early on and filled up. The guest thing was sand. I mean they were sabotaging, what was what was a legally government-sanctioned process now now I don't know what else you call that. I call that domestic terrorism. So eventually what we had to do for your life or your family's, I don't want us. There were there were imminent threats that have precautions would not have been taken. It would cause you to be afraid, but we did everything that you were supposed to do in those circumstances. And so I'm not trying to be cavalier about this, but my. Tile life. There have been innumerable death threats, and you take the appropriate concept precautions. And yeah, what I was more concerned about was the people who would not be that will work in this entire process that we're feeling very threatened the the two wonderful women that work at my front desk cats receive. Lots of really awful phone calls that we cave kept records of that would just visit. England, even imagine, hey, for you know, wanna listen to that kind of stuff. And so look, we worked through it the way we were supposed to. Nobody got hurt, and I think that when we saw him once later, what happened in Charlottesville, I think the precautions that we took in New Orleans, it became pretty clear to people that there really were imminent threats and that people can really get hurt. And of course, you know, in the south we have open carry. So there were people who on the cause that were bringing, you know, assault rifles and there and they were in open. And so the police did a really good job of making sure that the individuals who apart of taking down Nola that were coming, and then the anti groups was separated from each other that they were able to exercise their first amendment rights, and we were able to protect everybody. And the police chief and all of the security forces did a great job, a heightened sense of danger and also far more money was incre-. Well, yeah, it got to be three or four times the cost. It should have never been that way. Well, look at all the money. You've got to spin protecting peop-, correct. But generally speaking, you know, when people got upset about that, I said, listen, no matter. You know, one of the great sports entertainment cultural place, and we have tons of people. We just got finished French quarter fest with thousands of people. We always do which necessary to protect people's well-being. And so when this turned into, we're not letting you take them down no matter what we had to affect the law. It was the right thing to do, and we had to do in the way where people were safe and it cost a lot of money, and we had to get people to donate to it and they would only donate if I kept that donations confidential, which I have done to this day and we'll continue to do so the Allama to release their names more of our super so conversation after this Supercell conversations is supported by separate critter hiring used to be difficult. Multiple job sites, having to go through stacks of resumes and such a confusing review process to say the least..

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"new orleans louisiana" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:49 min | 3 years ago

"new orleans louisiana" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Were in, New Orleans Louisiana last year for, the arts our, on tour and we had Christians Scott tune dads were on. The stage we also have the hot eight. Brass band and what I notice is the all of you musicians from that region have a real commitment to the city to the people to the arts and the. Music there where does that come from growing up in the city of? New Orleans I like to say that New Orleans is a country inside of. A Country you know we. Have our own, music we have, our own language sometimes we have our own food and is such a magical place that I can't really explain but. When you come up playing music and being. From now you have a a commitment to represent what what made us who we are and we all have a job to do our. Interpretation of whatever style of New. Orleans music that we wanna play but it's, just one of those places you can never take out of our heart and I don't I don't think I will. Commitment would be like that if, we would from any other. Place in the world but, New Orleans has it has a, hold on us, and our sound and we definitely understand that we wouldn't be. Playing music being able to represent the city. If we if it wouldn't be for that city and we have a lot of great mentors and people that pass along knowledge and different things to us and it's. Just up to us to do it and take it to the next? Level so that city I don't know probably have a voodoo spell on So it's just a. Magical place that I really can't understand and we never had a discussion enemies edition from new we. Never sat down and thought about Why's it why does it have a big hold on us but it's just, one of those things you know we I see some youngster plan in, the street right now they have the same commitment it goes without saying and it's it's just a, beautiful place to be an Irish everybody. That comes see what I'm talking about 'cause I can't really explain and to eat the great food how, music great food amazing people speaking of New Orleans you in a number of episodes of. Trauma to the, drama was set, post the levees breaking post Katrina More acting jobs coming up for you now Well you know the latest thing I was. A part of showed up in the Simpsons so when you all surrounded by people who a yellow, light that you've? Really made it in life is, that right, I, would like to think so you know. It's it, was a such a great honor once again I was able to represent the great city of New. Orleans You know the trend made thing as far as acting go you know they called. Me, in and, I was able to do it and I really enjoy it but I'm. Really focusing on music and if some other jobs come up to where I I have time and, it permitted that? I can do it I'll I'll, look into, it, and try to do it but I'm. Still working, on.

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"new orleans louisiana" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"new orleans louisiana" Discussed on KTRH

"What do you eat Pool, I'm. From New Orleans Louisiana I love, season The food My thing but That's I don't understand why anybody would want to eat all the glorious things God has given us to. Enjoy but I did do some reading on it today and, they there are several scientific studies that say it is a genetic predisposition is I'm not telling you something to be proud, of but they said that some people have a genetic predisposition against Foods in the coriander category See I can't understand. That this is what happens this is kind of an Orwellian consequence of eating manufactured foods for too long is people don't appreciate, the herb of the earth the good. Foods that God gave, us I'm, worried about you you listen but I'm glad you called I hope you'll call back because next time I'm hoping you'll be a lot, better like when I talk you'll talk. We'll go back and, forth who, was the next one Ramon Array you're on. The Michael berry show go? Ahead Michael how you doing good. I wanna, brag on my wife a little bit she I I did juniors in the navy and she did some time an army and and I'm just real proud every she. Wrote a book and I'm real. Proud of What what is the book millennia What is that Book vied Bykov Born, passion, romance, books With magic and. All kinds of stuff, I haven't read it but she told, me all, about, it How long ago did she write it Six months ago And she finally got on Amazon and. All that stuff And Bothered to read it Well I was. There she told me everything she wrote. House Well I read the proof. Read of it. But I didn't read. The final copy Yeah.

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"new orleans louisiana" Discussed on WDEL 1150AM News Talk Radio

WDEL 1150AM News Talk Radio

02:38 min | 4 years ago

"new orleans louisiana" Discussed on WDEL 1150AM News Talk Radio

"In delaware news at noon here well the george w bush administration took it avalanche of criticism for its handling of hurricane katrina so did local and state authorities in new orleans louisiana respectively well how about the trump administration's response so far president trump has been tweeting up a storm praising the wonderful coordination between federal state and local governments but as the response from the commander in chief potentially premature although is so far it has not been getting great negatives although all let's remember we don't have any tv pictures from a lot of people in a big public facility where the toilets are overflowing either delaware valley foster political analyst doctor terry madonna the franklin a marshall paul and for politics public affairs franklin the marshall college interior assessments from afar so far it well i think that it would in my better off if he laid or tweeting about it except talk about what the federal government it actually doing a nickel were nation governor abbot right now in very quickly to eat any touting it but uh there are going to have to remain in a week we needed time to kill the opening ago or an evaluation warm formerly be done and that it not taken place yet what about president trump going there tomorrow then of course president bush famously seemed off the reservation and that hurt him politically trump with his tweets and all you could argue has been much more proactive there's no doubt about it and get to talk about what president bush in on an egg dan we pick asian at his ranch in florida florida tech and by the way flew over who over as he did the damage any in mildly an era it and and the fact of the matter is that you know it it's been activated come where seventy five two hundred billion dollars and it somewhere in the neighborhood of a thousand people lost their lives karina an now you know what your memoirs you'd get quite out alan at you know a new year administration we get here and it i think trump doing the right thing i going there along with it while white tomorrow i think you're doing prudent thing i do think you need to be berry ear all about the tweeting and go on there let me a lot of things could still go wrong and everyone realizes that that this is a tremendous tests for.

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"new orleans louisiana" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:26 min | 4 years ago

"new orleans louisiana" Discussed on KQED Radio

"In maryland oregon los angeles and washington dc we'll see their pay go up the minimum wage scales complicated at the federal level at seven twenty five an hour then some states have their own minimums and on top of that some cities have theirs and we're going to get into this a moment but first let's you're from two low wage workers in different parts of the country and different ends of the minimum wage scale starting in a state with no minimum wage law monday news time you know on twenty years old in from new orleans louisiana i currently righa the mcdonald's on me eight dollars in our new more for our reasoning a three year old he made four on july fifth i'm mostly supporting allentown i'm will weren't myself more than our own supposed to me roar and i stress amendment more and when i came in ohio myself eleven more known always held than others have a grandmother laughed and tko in that in when she came out in everything i have players and then i can't even afford to take him as he listened in foster care and i liked them me reason of wow route full foolhardy look the eight dollars in all its the agni like eight dozen allison not enough even down one from seventy five the only up to eight dollars if they're not enough is just like monthly checks than to lie for four hundred thumping and after not enough for rank macos now one miron his life since funded olives working affairs who come with ladder strength in an lehto long attentions to some people in is now no file we weren't full like people like me will fill hard just to make ends meet i'm not going to see i like you at the moment is not of this back and do both at the moment is that if not federal for but i have to there were certain things and then i also have to do better than what under the first thing i'm going to wind back to school now i finish they is lack of defeat any tasr the comes molly the story in los angeles is very different from new orleans the local minimum wage is ten fifteen hour which is going up to twelve dollars this.

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"new orleans louisiana" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:32 min | 4 years ago

"new orleans louisiana" Discussed on KQED Radio

"An starting this weekend anyone making minimum wage in maryland oregon los angeles and washington dc we'll see their pay go up the minimum wage scales complicated at the federal level at seven twenty five an hour then some states have their own minimums and on top of that some cities have theirs and we're going to get into this the moment that first let's hear from two low wage workers in different parts of the country and different ends of the minimum wage scale starting in a state with no minimum wage law my name is timeline oh oh totally years old in from new orleans louisiana known i currently righa the main down on me the eight dollars an hour minimum bar for our reasoning a three year old he made four on july v i'm mostly supporting allentown i'm will weren't myself warned in our own supposed to be more and strength olympic more and when i came in ohio myself in a bit more nong always helping others have a grandmother laughed and tko in that englishspeaking in medicine i have posed and then i can't even afford to again as soon as the governor foster care and i liked them me reason of wow woodfull horn what the eight dollars in all its the agni like eight dollars in allison not enough even down my from seven tuna fire therapy the anew after eight dollars if they're not enough is just like monthly checks than to lie for four hundred fountain and nestor not enough for rank lagos lead now on their long as life 600 ilo's working fast food come were ladder strength in an lehto long intentioned to people and is now no file we weren't so like people like me look full hard just to make ends meet i'm not to see i like you at the moment is not the vis back can do led the moment is that if not federal for the i have to do there were certain things and they're now have to do vetted and what under the first thing i'm going to do is wind back to school want now i finish there is lack of defeat any tasr they comes molly the story in los angeles is very different from new orleans the local minimum wage is ten fifteen hour would is going up to twelve dollars this weekend which means arrays for our next guest.

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