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Rep. Lauren Boebert: Washington Is Worse Under Pelosi's Watch

Mark Levin

01:56 min | Last month

Rep. Lauren Boebert: Washington Is Worse Under Pelosi's Watch

"This was Washington what you expected to be or better or worse You know I would say both It's definitely a lot worse than I thought because Nancy Pelosi controls every square foot of the capitol That is no longer the people's house That is Pelosi's house and it is devastating We saw that at the beginning with the fences and the razor wire and the 26,000 armed National Guard because armed security and walls work the elites get that But also I think it's so much better because I thought I was going to Washington D.C. and I would find maybe four other members of Congress who were actually there for the right reasons And I found a lot more than four And so there are a lot of men and women who have stepped up to answer this call Many of them are serving in the House freedom caucus And these are the members that I surround myself with who I spend time with who I learn from And really pursue saving the country with many of the things that have been exposed under the Biden administration is because we have got out in front and we've had legislation to reverse course to expose what's happening to stop what they're doing And we really put that out there as the tip of the spear And we were successful in getting some of that undone I mean look at the board of propaganda the 1984 ministry orwellian ministry of truth We came out heavy against that And now the board is paused and Nina jankowicz has resigned So these are some of the exciting things that have happened just in my first year of Congress serving with great men and women who are there for the right reasons And some of those stories are in my book as well My American life which is also available on audible dot com my story in my voice to your ears

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"nina" Discussed on The Kicker

The Kicker

03:04 min | 2 months ago

"nina" Discussed on The Kicker

"Hi, welcome to the kicker. I'm Kyle Pope. Editor and publisher of the Columbia journalism review. This week, coverage of the Supreme Court and abortion. So as we all now know in early May, Politico broke a scoop on the Supreme Court that the court had decided to overturn roe versus wade. And actually published a draft decision and an opinion that laid out the reasoning for that. It was the biggest scoop on the biggest story on the Supreme Court B and as we were thinking about this, we immediately thought the person that we want to hear from on this is Nina totenberg. Nina has been covering the Supreme Court for NPR for 5 decades. And has a ton of thought about what this means for the court, what it says about the country and how both are going to move forward now with its in the background. Nina, thank you so much for joining us. It's my pleasure..

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Weather's unwanted guest: Nasty La Nina keeps popping up

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 2 months ago

Weather's unwanted guest: Nasty La Nina keeps popping up

"La Nina the flip side of the better known El Nino weather condition keeps popping up in meteorologists say the west's prolonged drought won't go away until it does I'm Ben Thomas with the closer look La Nina is a natural and cyclical cooling of parts of the equatorial Pacific As opposed to El Nino's warming The current la Nina set a record for strength last month and is forecast to likely be around for a third straight winner It changes weather patterns worldwide amping up storms in the Atlantic while decreasing them in the Pacific producing more Atlantic hurricanes less rain more drought and more wildfires in the west and agricultural losses in the middle of the country Studies have shown la Nina is more expensive to the United States than El Nino And scientists are noticing the world has been getting more lanes in the past 25 years Just the opposite of what their best computer models say should be happening with human cost climate change I'm Ben Thomas

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Stormy repeat: NOAA predicts busy Atlantic hurricane season

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 2 months ago

Stormy repeat: NOAA predicts busy Atlantic hurricane season

"Federal meteorologists say it looks like an extra busy Atlantic hurricane season again this year I'm Ben Thomas with a look at the forecast The national oceanic and atmospheric administration's Atlantic hurricane season forecast calls for 14 to 21 named storms with 6 to ten becoming hurricanes and as many as 6 major hurricanes with winds topping 110 mph Each of the last 6 Atlantic hurricane seasons have been above normal which is a record Among the factors this year forecasters point to warmer ocean temperatures overall la Nina which sees equatorial waters in the Pacific cool climate change and active monsoon season in West Africa and long-term patterns There have been more category four and 5 U.S. landfalls in the last 5 years than the previous 50 I'm Ben Thomas

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New Disinformation Board Put on Pause Amid Criticism

The Trish Regan Show

01:28 min | 3 months ago

New Disinformation Board Put on Pause Amid Criticism

"Turning now to the government disinformation board, which has been put on pause. That is the best news of the week. I'll tell you. I certainly consider it that way because I'm a big believer in the government, not deciding what is real and what's not real. I think sometimes you know what the truth can be pretty darn messy. And you've got to hear a lot of different perspectives in order to really get it, right? And so that's so important, so critical and the idea that the government wants to take our taxpayer dollars to shut down information that they don't think is real or oversaturate, I guess, with the stuff that is real, or perhaps even dare I say pressure, big tech companies, to say, well, you know what? We don't want this. We do want that. I mean, they've been doing that. Let's be very, very clear. So I think it was natural and understandable that many Americans were offended by this whole idea of a government disinformation board. But there are some out there that are quite disappointed that it's over. And Nina jankowicz, who was the woman who was going to be in charge of this whole thing, and she briefly was, you know, for a few weeks, she's pretty upset. She's pretty upset because she thinks that, you know, we needed this. And so she told CNN and I quote, unfortunately, an ironically, we were undone exactly by a disinformation campaign coming from folks who apparently want to put our national security behind their own political personal political ambitions.

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DHS Pauses Disinformation Governance Board

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:02 min | 3 months ago

DHS Pauses Disinformation Governance Board

"Apparently this draconian orwellian absurd insane anti American communist dictatorship disinformation board is being put on pause, scary Poppins, the woman that likes to create videos with funny accents and bug eyes and whatever Nina jankowicz is up has been up to. She apparently said, no mash. I can't take the scrutiny. And as a result, they're putting a pause on a government entity that patrols speech. I can't believe after over 40 years in this business. I'm actually having a conversation with my audience about the government wanting to patrol and censor speech.

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 Turkey's president says 'no' to Sweden and Finland NATO bid

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 3 months ago

Turkey's president says 'no' to Sweden and Finland NATO bid

"President Biden calls it a momentous day celebrating the bids by two once neutral nations to join NATO in response to Russia's Ukraine invasion The president says the U.S. fully backs applications from Finland and Sweden They meet every NATO requirement and then some And having two new NATO members in the high north will enhance the security of our alliance And would be a big embarrassment for Moscow which cited Ukraine's NATO aspirations as one reason for the invasion But Finland and Sweden face a roadblock Turkey says it's against their bids over terror concerns and other issues Finnish president Sully Nina says he's happy to discuss We condemn terrorism in

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Nina Jankowicz Resigned and We Have Jack Posobiec to Thank

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:15 min | 3 months ago

Nina Jankowicz Resigned and We Have Jack Posobiec to Thank

"The Washington Post writes quote just hours after jankowitz tweeted about her new job. The far right influencer Jack posobiec posted a tweet accusing the Biden administration of creating a ministry of truth. By the end of the day, there were 53,235 posts on Twitter mentioning the disinformation governance board. Many referencing jankowitz by name. According to a report by advanced democracy, a nonpartisan nonprofit organization that conducts public interest research. In the days following that number skyrocketed, what I love about this is that there are think tanks that are funded on the left, where their full-time job is to say, hey, what went wrong with this thing? Find out who did. You know who it was Jack posobiec. That's who did it. Is they had to do a whole study and analysis. The advanced democracy a non partisan nonprofit organization who did a whole study of so where did we go wrong here? Of course, it wasn't the Mary Poppins singing. It wasn't the really bizarre like Harry Potter mentions. It wasn't her constantly sarcastic ironic. Tone towards everything wasn't a factor, she said she just wants to be able to censor political dissidents or the fact that you just kind of have a child running the disinformation board. No, no, no, according to The Washington Post and advanced democracy, it's those pesky far right influencers, Jack

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Is This the End of the Ministry of Truth?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:41 min | 3 months ago

Is This the End of the Ministry of Truth?

"That is rare that we're able to say that some of the mockery and backlash that we are able to create is actually successful. And we're so used to kind of being outraged about things and nothing actually improving. Well, the Department of Homeland Security, as you well know, DHS came out a couple of weeks ago with their new ministry of truth the orwellian surveillance board that was going to be chaired by the very sad individual Nina jankovic with a really bizarre singing routine. And kind of the perpetually sarcastic and ironic tone that she takes to all things politics. So Nina jankowitz was supposed to run this thing, 33 years old, author of how to lose the information war and how to be a woman online, of course the question is, what does a woman exactly Nina jenko? She was relentlessly mocked by this program included, not because she just a random person, we don't make a habit of doing that, but because she was going to have a badge, going to be able to investigate people because she didn't like their tweets. That was one of her things. She said, I want to be able to edit people's tweets online. Well, Nina jankowitz went very viral for some of her videos. Do we have some of those videos still? And it's just so incredible. What happened? Effective today, Nina jankowicz has resigned. From the disinformation board, can't handle it, Nina, I guess. You're not up to online chatter, it seems when your own words are held against you. And the Biden regime has now paused the disinformation government's board and they are considering it shutting it down all the way together.

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Disinformation Governance Board 'Paused' After 3 Weeks

The Dan Bongino Show

01:29 min | 3 months ago

Disinformation Governance Board 'Paused' After 3 Weeks

"So just breaking just breaking as we got on the air scary Poppins looks like she may be out Scary Poppins out Scary Who the hell scary pop You know what's scary Nina Jacobs The ministry of truth the head of the ministry of truth Looks like the disinformation You know he's got so comical How did Democrats who were once you know listen underestimating your political enemies is a really really bad idea Really bad idea You know I'll just give you a quick example right The Democrats underestimating Donald Trump in 2016 Fascists literally a Nazi all of a sudden they're like oh my gosh we lost what happened You don't want to pay back the favor to them You can dislike diet their ideas but you better darn well respect their tactics right I always said that The Democrats are usually pretty savvy about advancing a story not the story We'll get to more of that a little bit later They are They're just good at messaging I mean they've got a bunch of idiots You still believe that Vladimir Putin was given Donald Trump back rubs before an election I mean it's so ridiculous Only a moron would believe it But the left through savvy enough to get a bunch of dunces to fall for that But whoever in the Democrat party thought the ministry of truth disinformation boy led by scary Poppins was a good idea Man just give up on the political drill This is not for you This is not for you

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Biden Refuses to Enforce Law Preventing Protest Near SCOTUS Homes

The Trish Regan Show

01:46 min | 3 months ago

Biden Refuses to Enforce Law Preventing Protest Near SCOTUS Homes

"I mean, ladies and gentlemen, we are reaching a state of near anarchy right now in which the law of the land has become irrelevant protesters. They continue to gather outside the homes, the residences of our Supreme Court Justices, where they live with their families, and yet we got crickets on The White House. A better than crickets. The White House is actually all for these protests. Nina I remind them that it's actually against a lot of protests outside the home of Supreme Court Justice, I mean, look, hey, I'm all for you know. Freedom of speech. I am all for peaceful protests. But in this case, what's remarkable here is that we do have a law that says you can't protest outside the home of a Supreme Court Justice. And there was a reason for that, right? There's a reason for that because it's viewed as a form of intimidation and our Supreme Court Justices, they need to be above it all. They need to be above the politics once they're on the bench. And yet, our attorney general, Merrick Garland, he does nothing. Our president, Joe Biden, does nothing. It's in part because, well, I get it. They don't like the decision that the Supreme Court Justices have come to, that has been revealed thanks to the roe V wade weighed leak, but you see that doesn't matter. Not when we have laws on our books that are designed to prevent the protests outside the homes. In fact, new poll shows the majority of Americans, regardless of where they stand on the issue of roe V wade, they don't think this is a good idea. They don't think people should be protesting outside justice's homes, and yet again The White House is silent.

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Will Chamberlain on the Identity of the SCOTUS Leaker

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:47 min | 3 months ago

Will Chamberlain on the Identity of the SCOTUS Leaker

"He is senior counsel for the article three project formerly publisher of Ronald Reagan's favorite newspaper human events will Chamberlain. Welcome in studio. Obviously great to be here with you, sad. Well, now we have the luxury of a little bit longer to discuss. You were in recently because of a very powerful, long thread you published on Twitter on the possible identity of the Supreme Court leaker, an individual who in her past associations and writings is shown quite a radical bent towards a pro abortion. Since we last, let's just do a little update since we last spoke. Anything changed in that analysis is anything countered that I haven't seen anything? No, there hasn't been anything. There's been, I think, Nina totenberg tried to suggest that it was a conservative clerk, but her analysis didn't have any connections to the reporters. It was just speculation about, well, a conservative clerk would have seen the strategic value of doing it this way because it fixes the justices in their positions. Right, because conservatives are the ones who break the rules. That's what conservatives do. Right. And also what conservative clerk is going to subject their own justice to the kind of protests that we've been seeing at their houses. And they know that's coming. Clerks know what the left does, especially in this town. So I just don't see it. I think as my analysis was from the beginning, this is probably the work of a desperate liberal law clerk trying to preserve roe V wade, and then in that threat I showed how this one particular clerk for justice Breyer, Elizabeth deutsch, not only has an extensive record through her career in her academic work of trying to work on pro abortion and reproductive rights causes, and that Josh gerstein, the journalist who published the leak of Politico at Politico, went to her wedding, co wrote, was a shared bylines with her husband. I mean, these people know

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Biden's Ministry of Truth Is Being Exposed for What It Is

The Trish Regan Show

01:56 min | 3 months ago

Biden's Ministry of Truth Is Being Exposed for What It Is

"The Biden administration is now working overtime to ensure that only certain kinds of speech can be heard. Nina jankowicz. Our Homeland Security choice to run this government disinformation board seems to think it's okay to be using taxpayer dollars to stamp on all. I don't know any conservative disinformation viewpoints that she and her party disagree with, look, the problem here, well, there's many problems on many, many different levels, but let's just start with this. You got a woman who's running the disinformation board that, you know, let me put this nicely. She is a total hack. A total political hack. In fact, reporting from a number of outlets now, including the daily mail, which did a pretty comprehensive look at her Twitter account, her Twitter history, you can see that she is spouting a party line and a party line only. She positively hated Donald Trump to candidate for whom half the country voted for, and she was instrumental in trying to advance that Christopher Steele dossier that was later discredited. Think about that. The person who's in charge of disinformation, what's real, what's not? Actually bought that disinformation. Hook line and sinker for herself. So how exactly are we supposed to have a woman who will go to it seems, you know, whatever lengths to endorse whatever point of view is popular in her party at the moment, a woman who will just say whatever I guess she thinks needs to be said to get her candidate elected, her platform for the Democrats. Advanced. I mean, think about this. And the significance of it. Think about how clueless the Biden team is. By trying to put someone in into a position that's a political hack. I mean, in something as important as the so called government disinformation board.

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Caller Suspects Justice Roberts Is the Leaker

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:44 sec | 3 months ago

Caller Suspects Justice Roberts Is the Leaker

"I'm gonna be honest. I think Robert is the leaker. Who's gonna check the investigator? Right. He's done some really crazy stuff in the past who's to say that he's not floating this out there just to get an idea and say, yeah, I'm gonna investigate myself. Well, that's what Nina totenberg. We have the Nina tomberg cut guys. That's what she said on NPR will play that for you a little bit later. Nina totenberg veteran reporter over at national public radio, she thinks it's a conservative law clerk. Who knows? But again, of course, that would be a misnomer because no one would ever describe John Roberts as a conservative.

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Nina Jankowicz Claims Liberal Voices Are Being Silenced

The Dan Bongino Show

01:29 min | 3 months ago

Nina Jankowicz Claims Liberal Voices Are Being Silenced

"Break Our disinformation minister is her expertise in unloading sewage Disinformation sewage into the media markets unparalleled I've never seen someone so capable of misinformation like our misinformation minister Nina Jenkins She lies about everything of significance all the time Therefore yes she's an expert in disinformation She does it all the time She was caught again Here she is hilariously claiming that it's not conservatives targeted on social media No folks it's in fact liberals here Check this out This is like a comedy act Check it out There's already this idea this allegation that there is anti conservative bias on the platforms even though there has been study after study proving in fact that often it's liberal voices that are being silenced particularly minority voices on social media So I think we're going to see more allegations of that She just totally completely made that up This woman said disgrace and a source of endless embarrassment I can only hope only hope through election day She continues to talk She is a source of polarization and there is you want to talk about geo TV getting out the vote Republicans outside of maybe the abortion issue because if we can't defend life we can't event anything I think the idea that a ministry of truth has been appointed to for the sole purpose of targeting conservative voices online I can't think of a better way to go out there and rally the troops to go out to the polling locations and pull that pull that

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Nina Jankowicz: The Deep State Isn't Real

The Dan Bongino Show

00:55 sec | 3 months ago

Nina Jankowicz: The Deep State Isn't Real

"Here is the Tsar Nina jankovic Hilariously claiming in an audio clip here that the deep state isn't real So applying again the dipsy do flip a roo one 80 theory This means not only is the deep state real the flipper but it means that Nina jankovic loves the deep state is part of the deep state and is only saying this to distract you from the deep state because the best defense is a good offense So she's going to accuse you of being a conspiracy theorist for accusing her of being in the deep state Brilliant Brilliant but you're here Check this out I'm talking about the deep state and things like that which is a thread among conspiracy communities here in the United States that there is a secret cabal here in Washington working to undermine the American people It couldn't be farther from the truth as someone who works with and around public servants every day You see it You said

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Why Nina Jankowicz Is a Disinformation Specialist

The Dan Bongino Show

00:55 sec | 3 months ago

Why Nina Jankowicz Is a Disinformation Specialist

"She knows she is a disinformation specialist How does she know Because she's caught on Twitter and audio and video saying things that have now been fully discredited as false They're the very definition of disinformation So she sure during our prior hits she knows that she's trying to influence this deep state to push a push censorship right Because that's what they have to do as a component of gaslighting isolate people from the truth So she figures when she gave this interview let me get out ahead Of viable credible claims that I'm a deep stater or will be a deep state or I'm working with the deep state by claiming that the deep state is a conspiracy theory and the writer conspiracy theorists for promoting it The deputy do flipper ruski It's a brilliant theory on how to operate a brilliant strategy I should say It's not theoretical We need to do more of that

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Nina Jankowicz: CRT Is Disinformation in Virginia

The Dan Bongino Show

02:00 min | 3 months ago

Nina Jankowicz: CRT Is Disinformation in Virginia

"Here's another one This is the minister of truth here Nina jankovic again Sewage and disinformation specialist Here she is talking about CRT critical race theory Which ladies and gentlemen you've been watching your kids on Zoom while they left this shut us down and locked us out of schools You've seen it You've heard it You've seen the lesson plans You've seen it on websites You've seen the libs of TikTok account on social media Literally put liberals own words on social media about how they're indoctrinating your kids with CRT Here's Nina Cenk which again practicing the dipsy doo flipper roo the one 80 reversal best defense is a good offense theory By claiming that any mention of CRT is another again a Republican conspiracy theory and is disinformation itself Again the strategically beautiful I know I'm guilty of supporting this racist critical racism training So let's accuse our opponents of being conspiracy theorists for talking about what I already know to be true Here listen to yourself Critical race theory has become one of those hot button issues that the Republicans and other disinform who are engaged in disinformation for profit frankly there are plenty of media outlets that are making money off of those too have seized on And I live in Virginia and in loudoun county that's one of the areas where people have really honed in on this topic This is the disinformation czar She just said to you Jim you heard it right I live in Virginia CRT critical race theory That's disinformation by Republicans Here we go Quadrupled club of paper flip hat tip Rush Limbaugh Spoke to his brother David lesson What a great guy Fox News October 30th 2021 Virginia Department of Education website promotes CRT

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An In-Depth Look at Nina Jankowicz, the 'Disinformation' Specialist

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:00 min | 3 months ago

An In-Depth Look at Nina Jankowicz, the 'Disinformation' Specialist

"Jankowicz is now in charge of censoring people's speech from the federal government, but before she said that the executive branch shouldn't have the power to determine what is fake news play cut 16. Imagine that, you know, with president Trump right now calling all of these news organizations that have inconvenient for him stories that they're getting out there that he's calling fake news and now lashing out at platforms. I would never want to see our executive branch. Have that sort of power. She reminds me of Pete Buttigieg. Reminds you of Pete Buttigieg because she was created in the academy. And for a very specific purpose, she was created in the academy because she's there she's basically like a somebody that is there in the branch of government that will never question the hierarchy. That someone within the workings and almost has like a robot, a robotic type of focus on one issue. It's like, you think about it, a disinformation expert, somebody in power, picked up Nina jankovic, a couple years ago, saw that she had some, I guess, I don't quite understand. I don't quite know the word skill, I guess. But she was very likely to obey, right? She wanted approval. I think Nina jankowicz wants approval by other people. And she had an unflinching loyalty to the party line. Someone saw that she had a lot of potential for that. So someone obviously decided to get Nina jankowitz in the right positions, working on the Ukraine desk, working in all sorts of places that eventually Nina jankowicz could have an over promotion just like Pete Buttigieg mayor Pete and they go to these type elite schools. They never say anything disagreeable to the consensus. And they're honestly quite boring. Like if you sat down with Pete Buttigieg or need a jenko, they wouldn't really have an interesting unique thought, right? They just kind of regurgitate what other people would say. They are craft, they

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"nina" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

07:11 min | 6 months ago

"nina" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

"If you're just constantly visiting flowers, you're going to encounter more and more bees and then you can spread your eggs and is this similar to that thing where you get zombie ants. That's a fungus that does. Okay. It does manipulate the behavior of the host to spread more of yourself around, which is freaks me out for sure. Yeah, I don't like that at all. It's like Harry. Right? It's like how you have toxoplasmosis. It makes you love cats more. Yes. Which I definitely have. I mean, at least it's, you know, I wouldn't say it's benign, but it's not nice. It's not a mouse it's fine. Yeah, if you're not a mouse, it's fine. It's a symbiotic relationship, you know? I'm okay with it. Yeah. I mean, as long as you're consenting party, it's fine. So while we're on the subject of parasitoids, one of my favorite insect stories is the jewel wasp and the cockroach. So there's a certain type of wasp that's called a jewel wasp. They're really beautiful. They look like jewels, and what they'll do to certain cockroaches is that they will find a suitable cockroach host. They'll sting it in a way that the cockers just sort of stops caring about what's happening to it, becomes very chill and docile. And then the wasp will take the cockroaches and tene and start walking the cockroach and leading it like a dog on a leash back to a burrow that has been dug for the cockroach to go inside. And then the wasp will take the cockroach inside the burrow, cockroach says it's kind of nice in here. Sure. I'm fine with that. I'm all fine. And then the wasp will lay its egg on the cockroach, and then the cockroach will eventually get consumed alive. Bugs are wild. This is like we have like children's books, and now we have horrible. Entomologists should write more screenplays. Yeah. Yeah. My DMs are open. Hollywood by DMs are open. She already has a Hollywood name. It's there. Nina divine. Come on, everybody. Send me your screenplays. Bugs can also lactate in a weird way. What? There are certain types of there's a fly that typically parasitizes deer that can secrete a milky substance full of lipids for their larvae to consume. Oh my God. That's violence. Is that the next trendy milk? Oh no. Fuck me. Milk. So gross. I don't like that. Yeah. Some insects can produce antifreeze compounds. If they live in the far north, so I mentioned earlier insects can live in Alaska and the Arctic circle. There are certain times of types of moths that will live as a caterpillar for sometimes several years. So in the brief period where there's spring and there's vegetation they can feed on, they'll wake up and eat as much as they possibly can, but if it's not enough for them to pupate, they'll go back underground and they'll freeze just enough to keep themselves alive. But then these antifreeze compounds will circulate through their body to keep them from fully freezing. Wow. That's kind of cool. Is that kind of like the cicadas? Remember the cicadas came out this past summer, right? Were you in were you on this coast when the cicadas were out in school? I was, I was a little too north and for them to come out and I wanted to take a field trip down to see them, which was funny 'cause everyone else was trying to get away from the cicadas live actively wanted to go to where they were. Yeah, I had a couple of friends in D.C. who were posting pictures of like the sidewalk just like covered in cicada like husks, and it looked like, again, a horror movie. It was like terrifying. Yeah, I would say it's similar to how wood frogs, which is a common frog species, also produce antifreeze compounds and will freeze in the ponds over the winter. So similar system, I'm looking at this note I wrote for myself, so there's this one type of beetle called a camper shoot borer. It's that type of fungus beetle that I was mentioning earlier. And they're basically absolute idiots. And they're attractive. Let that hang for a second. And they are attracted since they burrow into camphor trees. They're attracted to the smell of gasoline. And they burrow into gas tanks. Cars, but they're not as easily accessible, so mostly a lot of times it's boats in small. Drain boats of their fuel completely and sometimes people go to start their boat. And it won't start because hundreds of tiny beetles have tried to burrow their way through the plastic to get to that sweet, sweet gasoline. Oh my God. Where do these things live? Normally, I believe they're native to Asia and they don't cause a huge problem there, but in the United States they are becoming a little bit invasive. Interesting. That's why that's weird. I mean, you know? I can't. You can't with The Beatles. I can't. Yeah. How much of a nuisance? That's the only reason. Exactly. Many insects, particularly beetles are what's called lines, and they live inside the ant nest and just sort of chill and reap all the fun benefits of being a member of the colony. There's this one really weird beetle that looks like an ant abdomen and it clamps on to the thorax of an ant and makes it look like it has two butts. And for some reason, other answer fashionable. Very nice. All right, Bill. That's your thing. That's fine. Our judgment here. Oh my gosh. Is it called the tuba beetle? Is that what it's called? God, I wish. Right? You can name the next one. Okay, great. Thanks. Let me know. That's actually a perfect segue to my next topic, which is simply funny names that insects have been given. Love it. These are specifically Latin names because if you're a taxonomist, life gets a little boring sometimes, and you rarely discover new species. And when you do, it's pretty exciting. So you want to give them a funny name. So there is a wasp whose full Latin name genus and species is a ha ha. Okay, it's true. Okay. I'll remember that. And remember that. She's ha..

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"nina" Discussed on The Stuttering John Podcast

The Stuttering John Podcast

05:15 min | 9 months ago

"nina" Discussed on The Stuttering John Podcast

"Getting on. Let's see. Are you using Google chrome? Or Firefox? Try the second link. All right. Let's see what we get to respond son. From Nina in the meantime, yes, second email. That. The great new merle. Now it's a second one. Let.

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"nina" Discussed on Talkhouse Podcast

Talkhouse Podcast

05:19 min | 1 year ago

"nina" Discussed on Talkhouse Podcast

"My mom used to play. I remember her playing oil songs. Be like that broke out in the band like that one day. Maybe or your friends with other like female artists. Good generation also. I know good handful That i took to well. I went onto a with claro and i know that she always has advised like advice. If i need some advice. I always go to especially on a law on that tour. Actually she dealt with things like how to deal with things like wow. You can't just say no. Yes i mean. I have a problem of being like a pushover. Sometimes and only recently have. I been like no. I don't wanna do that that you can do it just because you don't want to. I think whatever time. I sat in one to do anything ab various managers. Would whatever tour managers would have to be like then. We have to say that you're sick that your voice is bad so it always had to be like a physical problem and also be that made me feel like such show weakling. 'cause i'm not really i just you know if i had a bad day. They always had said like nina gets stung by a bee and had Averaging reaction to it or something like that it always it always had to be the band wanted to council something. It also always had to be because of me so it was that was really frustrated. The bill like that. That's probably the same case me. Yeah you have with your your band situation for sure. That's also one thing that when you when you're singing but if you're a guitar player can be quite hungover actually do a good show still When you're singing you're you're you're sort of also that's another pressure you need to take care of like your nature. Just have your instrument functioning kind of the definitely. I feel like. I appreciate my band log. Because if i recall i know they've got my back if i play it cool drown. I've got like a lead guitarist. You is going back so know if it's a bad day for me i'm like it's fine. Balance super tight singing as always like i watch a lot of your life that yes and it's crazy. How much you sound the same live. Did you get teaches like singing. Lessons i did. I did a joined. The adventurous motoring reap tourtelot inaugural Have and i was just really overworked. Also i had not been to see teach Warm up or anything in partied and i smoke denied you know was actually in a good place of my voice totally went out. I got the nodes them. I think the notes. I had to interrupt a tour to go back home to do this. Boko surgery which was super zoomed. Let's talk about having to and the tour because of me. So after that had after so then i had to pretty much. You know physical therapy for my vocal chords recovering from surgery. But after that. I realized that i had to to learn some tricks just to sort of preserve it so so i took some training. It's always really helpful. I feel like especially like like obscene. I meant like i do tend to Take care of my voice. In like i found dunning from seeing teaching house light preserved Voice although she tells me to be completely silent off. Show much yet do that. That's hard that you can't win..

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"nina" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"nina" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

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"nina" Discussed on The Heumann

The Heumann

05:17 min | 1 year ago

"nina" Discussed on The Heumann

"And and like it's just like your family and it's just like a closeness in immediacy and it's so great so there's been back minnesota steph i've gotten e e mails from Parents who say my kids society you add an assembly and since then they've seen this change and that they are talking more they're expressing more in like that was so special when i received that and also like a any talk about it in the book a that we did in also stuttering show at conference and it was just this bar in in taxes like honky tonk could kinda thing and we did this show and a regular was there Who i'm friends with now. But he kind of made fun of one of my friends and when my friends educated in and by the end of the evening he was like. I wanna kiss wanna use stutterers because i could go on forever and i was like this is. This is quite a turnaround. This what are your plans for your future for the next twenty years but like over the next year. So what one or some of your expiration. I'm trying to finish this book with my friend. Or jade patterson on the history of sustained up in san francisco. I feel it's really important to kind of Explorer that history of because comics are really bad acknowledging various histories also put like little things about stuttering a in the end disability. And they're like whoa whoopie. Goldberg used to do a disabled Character in our acts and this was in the seventies when like that was more. Okay wasn't tripping it up. The way that it is now she was actually bringing that into the fold and she was in berkeley at the time and she base it off a disabled friend and like giant to know who the disabled. that's in my book So doing that n just get you. I think after the pandemic. it's hard to know where mommy is where it's going. I just wanna get good at my art. And i wanna do more colleges and end shows like that that i get to go in and see people so i hope to start to travel again soon while i really wanna thank you for your amazing work and what. There's so many things that i admire about you. One of them right now and thinking about our discussion is how you're reaching out to other comedians. And i think comedy is great and essentially now here. I always go weepy. But i think it's really It'd be able to have disabled.

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"nina" Discussed on The Heumann

The Heumann

02:49 min | 1 year ago

"nina" Discussed on The Heumann

"My friend he started to date this woman after a couple weeks he. I i of felt something was going to happen in once sunday morning. I got a taxed in the text read i. I still Stutter Into i quickly Keep on trying. And i had report. He still stutters and he still having good sex. Yes as far as i know. I think those are really important stories in so many way. I know a guy went. Point is named sid rosenbloom. I don't know if you've ever heard of it. He was he was a comedian. Wheelchair user. i don't think he's doing it anymore. But he was so hilarious and he did a fundraiser and organization that i was involved with a number of years ago and what was really a great about the performance it was about a thirty percent disabled people. Fifty percent appear to have no disabilities and the jokes need told. Everybody laughed and i absolutely knew that. Many of us with disabilities ra- laughing for a completely different reason. And i loved that experience which i think is the only time i've actually been in a room where there was disabled comedian. Who is really the main act and to see the learning and the laughter. And i wished we would have had times. Of course we didn't really break into groups and have a discussion about the jokes. And why we laughed. Because i thought that in itself would be very interesting. Have you ever been involved in talking with people after you've done a performance about what they experience when listening to you. Yeah it and that is so interesting. I'm in. It comes in various ways. Because i do stand by do professional Speaking i oftentimes do kind of like a assemblies for kids. Although that's not at as as much and sometimes like i did a show in austin was just like an open mind of so tired and i went up early in the shell and i waited around until the end guy comes up to me. He's twenty two years older so and the first person who ever met.

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"nina" Discussed on The Heumann

The Heumann

03:48 min | 1 year ago

"nina" Discussed on The Heumann

"Thing. You talk about examples that people give you things that you could do to overcome your stuttering. I love the way you put that into your comedy act because i wondering when people here have you are reflecting back to them how harmful hurtful but in some way funny to you to me when people say certain things Do you feel if that helps change people's views around disability to listen more to we're saying yeah and and like i can tell the same story to a class where i'm not a comic where i'm presenting on stuttering. And he'd like to get like this release add. hang in. it's like the it's almost like it's a virtue signaling thing of like feel so bad i feel so. You're you feel worse than i do. So you need to put that jack whereas in comedy like they laughed and like i feel that i have some control over my story bent and like all the stories that i talked about. There might be a little bit of a comedic exaggeration. But i've had people tell me that sex could your mice tottering. And i've had people who have said that. True love has cured their friends chartering so like the all of that needs to be made and i feel very lucky to be able to do that in front of large groups and dive bars because they both get it in a different way and and i have fun shoshee sharing it. So could you tell me. And the audience. The story of the young man in his twenties who. I was seeing a psychologist. Who told him that he was a virginal. So if you could relate this story the verdict. So i'll tell it more in my comedic voice than in my yes brett miller. I'm talking to judy blaze. Please okay so am i friends He was a virgin and he was about twenty three in. It's not that he was saving himself. Just added app and yet it was fine. He was fine and he tells his psychologist that Or his psychologist tells him once he starts having sex said he's not going to starter anymore. Which is like by the way. This is a side note that i don't put in my act but i know this psychologist saw one flew over the cuckoo's nest and the guy and that was fluid for like as second after he had sacks. I'm basing basing Perspective on the stuttering on a movie is like a marine biologist. Quoting jaws or like a family of colleges referencing Jurassic park like. It's not what you wanna do anyway. Going back i was like you know that s right like that that it's not sex. Your stutter is your Your brain that set. Whose idea of the guy helps me on some other stuff anyway..

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"nina" Discussed on The Heumann

The Heumann

03:21 min | 1 year ago

"nina" Discussed on The Heumann

"I could use kind of a funny voice or some until nation or something like that. And also i loved these weird people like komo phillips imbaba Go play who manipulated their full of voices. So i had the role models there to be weird. Really help you in in school really didn't facilitate making friends or going on dates or going to the prom and so you you do things. Sometimes at least me i did things. That kind of isolated Mum one myself more. And it wasn't until i found the chattering projects That michael shosh sugarman started in. Luckily i was in the bay area so it was nearby on that then turned into the net net national stuttering association. That really refrained how. I've thought about stuttering. That i could be open about it. Because before that. I've got the goal was always to be Fluent and that wasn't gonna happen. And i think the relationship to dropping out of school is a lot of times i think. Kids in who received suspended Services they spent a lot of time in remediation. Let's let's let's you speech let's do. Ot leads up. Let's do all the stuff. And they pulled out a pe in they get pulled out of art in like the one thing that they're invested in in throughout the day is the thing that they're getting read. Remediation for night. I think that we need to offer an array of things to kids so that they bind investment in school because once they find that they will persevere hopefully along with access access is kind of the big thing you talk about your appearance and the important role that they played in your life just because they were great parents in really like went with the flow at presumably a brother also. Do your parents spend any time at all with parents who have kids. Who are stutterers win. I dragged them into it. Yes and my mom and dad loves to talk about it on and their attitude is always like well you now. My my dad says by. Dan drove me to want it creek to have speech. And that's what i did for my daughter like that like we had a framework that really was combat compatible to have a disabled kid. And i feel very fortunate to have been warrant to disabled parents which we talk about that but we should So release one disabled Parent and yeah and they will talk in. They will offer a different point of view. Than i think the one that is oftentimes seen and i've done presentations with them in.

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"nina" Discussed on The Heumann

The Heumann

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"nina" Discussed on The Heumann

"You thank mean day for that and then also working with ma ma Mom michael beers is a comic out of montana. So we've been doing a lot of zoom shows and dave is is a is a recovering addict besides them and mike has a physical disability besides having that staff they're also to of the strongest in funniest comics that i know so I've been doing a lot of shows with them and it's really special because we have a really nice relationship on in. We can tease each other. Like dave will introduce the say. What can i say about this comic. That wouldn't take her longer tuesday about herself..

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"nina" Discussed on The Heumann

The Heumann

05:29 min | 1 year ago

"nina" Discussed on The Heumann

"Heart of going into comedy especially coming from the academic world is like. It's really like i mean my. I was raised around a swearing so like for me saying at four hundred is really important when you are at nine years old and see. Richard pryor live at the sunset strip. It has an impact on you and so for me like it's hard to express myself out saying the f. word or whatever that it's just to me a just a better way to communicate because i'm able to say what i wanna say and i think that's also where we can in in the disabilities studies field big. We need to look at the vote of expression in very ways that you can do that kind of work academically. You can do that on a tv show. You can do that. in common. Me and disabilities studies deeply impacts me in comedy because i don't necessarily joke about Stutter although sometimes it does happen But i really try to take aim at the barriers emmy attitudes that i encounter instead of like look at the way i top highway and you address comedians. Who make fun a disabled people in our disabilities. And how do you feel about it. What have you. What do you do in that regard. Try to address it on. I try to have a surplus of things that i say and so if the comedian goes on in front of me. Ma use the r. word. I also learned that. I can't lecture comics on you know the our word is very hurtful. It's a word that i had called that my saw john explained things to comics. You just make fun of that. In half is where i tried to make fun of them when they use words or they used the subjects and And so that is what i do in the moment And also i don't. If i produce a show i don't have people who reflects that kind of able ism and are also i communicated with my friends my friends would will lights say oh i would have said it. This way for ye. Here's a noble cena this other way and how they change their minds around that and also i think what's really important is will oftentimes. You're about a famous comic. Who says this awful ablest say and yes they should be called out all of that stuff but when that happens what i do.

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"nina" Discussed on The Heumann

The Heumann

04:32 min | 1 year ago

"nina" Discussed on The Heumann

"This week. Judy is chatting with nina g. Unity is a stuttering comedian public speaker and author from the bay area. She also doctor in psychology and this is pretty clear. She cleverly in brilliantly weaves disability theory implied into her comedy performances with comedians with disabilities act. Energy is the author of the children's book once upon accommodation. A book about learning disabilities and her book stutter interrupted. The comedian almost didn't happen. She also is the producer of the album disabled comedy. Only judy nina chat about everything from what does need to do when comedians. She knows make fun of disabled people in their act in. Maybe how. Judy says she could never be set up comedian. The human perspective is produced by me. Becca hal and judy human be sure to rate and review and subscribe to.

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"nina" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Scribes

Sci-Fi Talk Scribes

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"nina" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Scribes

"Got the bins and the building. I live in an area. He just put everything in there. And i go down there almost a daily basis stuff and everything bottle that i drink today. I probably end up drinking tomorrow because yeah it's been nice to do it. You know it's it's a way of thinking. Isn't it tony. it's absolutely it's a. It's a shift in our pattern of behavior. Our whole value system even total. Let's need is you buy into it next thing you know. You wonder why you didn't always ended absolutely. Weren't you know when i was a kid. You're just taught that everything's always gonna be there. You know just took it for granted and then by the seventies were pollution levels and more and more cars. It was like a wait a minute so be careful. Thank you again for being on the podcast again. It's dyer indiana border. You can get it folks. Barnes and noble amazon. All the usual places. And i were thinking. Get it in digital form as well you can. It's amazing it's it's a great way to to content. You're not to carry all these books around or your phone and you read it on. You can read it on a plane for those who've listened comply and or on a train for example. Thank you again. It's been a pleasure nina. Thank you for being on the back. Thanks so much. Tony wonderful and thank you all for listening to sci-fi talk until next take care..

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"nina" Discussed on Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast

Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast

04:25 min | 1 year ago

"nina" Discussed on Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast

"Just wanted to remind you to keep all hands arms legs inside your vehicle. The reason i say that is because sometimes things can get so hilarious that you might be full lapin about and don't do it stay calm. Stay seated stay buckled up. It's the law. I got really stood at the end. There hey guys it's stephan. I know that you can choose many other podcast. But i wanted to thank you for choosing a comedy advice podcast. Isn't that a little desperate of airlines to say. You think we know that you. Can you have multiple options when you but thank you for choosing american. I don't know if i said that to a girlfriend. I know you have multiple choices when you fuck. Thank you for choosing. Stephan they might. That's just presenting the idea for them to four cate with others. It's opening up you're giving them a scintilla of a fantasy so hello good morning or good day to l. view a good night. I am so excited. That's why i'm rambling and i'm excited. Because i have a very special episode for you with my guest nina g. She's a comedian. She is a person who stutters. she's a speaker. she is an author. This nina is so freaking smart. And i was so happy to get her on my podcast. She is such a warm loving smart funny person. Oh got so. Many adjectives rolled into one. And this big ball of entertainment is going to be. Maybe i shouldn't refer to. My guests is a big ball of entertainment. She's an absolutely incredible person. And so i get to talk with a little bit about people who stutter stuttering education. Her book which is fantastic. Stutterer interrupted so. Then we get into some advice. It is just an awesome episode. And you guys are gonna enjoy it if you like what you hear. Police support her follower on instagram by her book. Stutterer interrupted and follow her support..

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"nina" Discussed on Toure Show

Toure Show

07:20 min | 1 year ago

"nina" Discussed on Toure Show

"You worked really closely with senator. . Bernie Sanders on <hes> this last presidential run why do you think he lost? ? He was leading Close to the end and then everything stopped away. Why . do you think he lost? ? Control of things there's never any one thing is you and I both know. . When it comes to elections a certainly senator one Iowa is the popular vote people still. . Debate that's going to throw that in there and we won. . New Hampshire and we one Nevada in a fan five fashion in multicultural fashion, , which was so exciting for this campaign, , and then we get to South Carolina and beings change be part of it. . Certainly was the the coalescence of the moderate wing of the Democratic Party. I . mean I don't think it's any accident that. . Mr Bujak got out of the race he was poll and really not just Poland his performance was us doing well, , I think he was number two at that point in time and you got. . Senator Senator Kosher got out of the race. . So a lot of that coalescing of the moderate ruin going into South Carolina had an. . Impact on our campaign? ? Yeah. . I mean with <hes> Pete and amy, , was there a third candidate they all who's third candidate and and don't forget I mean Congressman Clyburn you know put down in South Carolina he he was a really important. . He's extremely important but <hes> with Pete and amy dropping out <hes>. . So close to Super Tuesday, , it really changed the whole trajectory of the race. . Are you supporting Biden. . One of those I know that trump must go. . So it is a binary choice at this point. . anti-trump. . That's. . I mean I found myself just to be anti trump story because so many people are anti trump me that's really the Democratic Party's platform which I think is really the wrong way to go is it's it's you have to give people something to vote for two years. . Later when fighting against neo-fascism no doubt. . That point right there you have to give people something to vote for is sort of the core of the argument that I've been having with other Democrats throughout this whole process that a lot of people are saying we just want to get rid of trump and I'm like I'm Ashley with you but we also need to give voters something to vote for and in a moment when so many people are saying anybody but trump, , why would you then go with a moderate? ? WHO's you know? ? Toward the middle of the scale when you could say, , okay, , let's then really change things in have a progressive who's truly going to have a revolution. . Inquiry. Mayes . wanted notes. . Recount election I asked myself those questions a lot of course, , many people reach out to me. . They have the same questions especially because of the moment that we're in Kovic is exposed all the fisa jurors in our system it was already broken. . A lot of people were already having a pan on regular basis. . You know if you are black and poor if you're white and pork Brown and. . Poor I mean if you just pour this pandemic, , just revealed in a deeper way which you went through what you are going through every single day, , and so you're right to combat somebody like Mr trump it takes his antithesis and I cannot even tell you how many folks since the primary have said to me. . You know what s t you guys right because what Medicare for all having Fifty million in climate people who've lost their jobs and we know that healthcare for example is tied to one's employment. . He got people who lost their jobs no fault of their own, , a pet pandemic it they lost their job and Bingo. . Now they lost their employer sponsored healthcare. . So unless they're blessed enough to have a spouse or partner who has healthcare they. . Right. . So yeah it just doesn't make sense and push a moderate at this time when people need boldness the thing that bothers me about. . What so much of this is I feel like it's a trade off in that a lot of people said Biden will get other people read. . Suburban Republicans right. . They will vote for bided and thus you sort of move the overton window over to the democratic. . Party. . Is kind of trying to make sure that Republicans are happy feeling comfortable to join the Democratic Party at least this one's. . Rather than saying, , we have these progressives don't take them for granted. . Give them something. . Right. . But you know the Republican Party doesn't think about things that way they don't try to win Democratic voters but we're trying to win them over and and. . In the success of a Biden. . True. . Democrats. . The democratic wing of the democratic. . Party. . Loses out because even if he wins if his if his win is thanks to what the fringe of Republicans did in terms of coming across the over, , then he doesn't need to pay attention to us and progressive issues he needs to pay into what they need. . That's exactly right. . The way you run is more like more than likely way you're going to govern. . Though. . It is a window into how the vice president. . Will govern and it is going to take a movement of people to continue to push who knows a miracle could happen. . But as it stands right now, , based on what we know right now the policy positions he's taken you may remember he had an interview probably been about three months ago now, , and he was asked by the interviewer if Medicare for all tasks and you both go, , that would be a miracle epic, , a necessary proportions, , but it the past. . Would you sign it? ? And he said he would not even in the face of a pandemic and so my suffering when it comes to lack of access to healthcare ninety, , two, , million people in this country are either uninsured or underinsured in that number continues to climb Toray so it doesn't make any sense and so the Republicans help you get over. . Yeah. Those . are the make book with for your entire term as president of. The . United States of America meanwhile back at the ranch meanwhile back in rural America Urban America. . Bourbon America with so many people are suffering because nope. . Just because somebody lives in suburb doesn't mean not catching hale but the people who are catch inhale the poor the work important. . Barely middle class what is where is the vision that provides pro vision for the people and because president trump is so bad. . because. . He is a clear and present danger. . This is an excellent opportunity for the Democratic Party to go. . Bold. .

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"nina" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

MYfm 104.3

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"nina" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

"Lakers 2020 MBA Chance, Nina she and tell him what a port three That Staging votes and it does you Just Studio. Radio. Well. Stab More music, More variety show for three My FM birds of a feather human Me, but he didn't move around me happened in Gaza tumble in our bus. All of.

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"nina" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

Entrepreneur on FIRE

05:41 min | 2 years ago

"nina" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

"What is holding us back? Nina from having more powerful and authentic sales conversations well, the one thing that I found held me back and has held back all my mind is their mindset. They seemed like is all the scary stuff out there? It's getting on the phone and having to talk about your price in your great product, and having to convince someone that they should be spending money with you and this affair about the prospect, saying no than all interested too expensive, or they need to think about it until we think is all coming from the outside, and that's what's scaring us, but actually <unk> are thinking thinking. We're creating moment by moment about. What we believe is going to happen on. That sells coal which fills us with fear. And up. What about biggest enemies that we makeup through our thinking is anticipation. We're anticipating house go. At. Such a big gap between US having been warring. How things actually are. When we buy into this big scary worry about how it's going to pan out. That's what makes us feel so scared is all coming from inside of us? Now I do have a question for you Nina de you have Karaoke and Scotland's I'm not prompt Scotland. I live near London Scottish dancing school, but we do have carried okay here. You Have Karaoke in England as well. Good because for me, this is always two quick things to is people across the board? They're scared to make those initial sales calls because like you said they have this anticipation. About how is GONNA go and They're filled with dread so I always tell people hey. Just do one call. Just do one call this week. That's it and what happens is they make that call? Because it's just one it's not like. Oh do one hundred calls today, which is very daunting. They do one like that was actually kind of easy and like to bring it around to like the actual conversation that have with people around Karaoke with this is. If you've ever been Karaoke Bar, you always see. There's like that one person that gets like pushed on stage by their friends. They don't WanNa, do it. They're terrified. They don't WanNa, do Karaoke and then they sing that song and like by the third bar? They are just like you. You, Know Adele? They're out there and they're singing there. Hardaway, then you literally can't get them off the stage and it's just sometimes breaking that ice. Realizing that is not nearly as scary as you're anticipating that it was so for me. That kind of comes back to mindset. So why is having the right mindset? Absolutely crucial for successful sales calls because we can think our way into being okay about having sales cools and taking away the fair, because everything is you know that we're seeing in the world where making up through thoughts and everyone has a unique perspective on the world, because there are seven billion or more unique thinkers in the world. Because! We are able to create thinking because we're the crates. Is Thinking bothered than the some possible thoughts? We are able to change our thinking and it's it's amazing. We have this. Incredible Gift of free thought that we can use to Crato reality and most located. We don't pay any attention because a busy. Reacting furiously to was on outside of US and eat a big sky, and anxious and overwhelmed, and yet we forget we have this amazing palace superpower. When we can change our thinking about anything. It changes our feelings, and it can just bring up so much. Courage and resilience and you'll. Writer is about taking action. I helped my clients to overcome. They block so they can take action in their business because we don't take action obviousness. No can't get kinds <unk> simplisafe. Semi. People scared. They're so scared off having conversation because they pay rejection. They worried about getting <unk> because when they get no. Those people are selling the services products, and when they get the take it, Brady Pass, nate and they feel that being passed rejected who they are is being rejected by the prospect, and that could fill a berry berry painful. We'll do anything become to avoid that pain. At. That's why we're muddling up. The the failed to sales compensation will make you all up in ahead, and we think he is waded through with buying into the story, but if we would strip that story away at just say okay. What I'm going to do now is have a conversation with this person for good <unk> together. That's all that can happen and what we take away. All the meanings that were attached to this means again. No too terrible, they may think. They may think I'm too expensive. I believe with my value, and they believe my value either won't be stocked crazy with these stories around taking a acton. Than, we can easy took US outfit, but we see justice neutral action, which is a compensation. That's all. That's GONNA happen the. Pus might say yes. They may say nerve it fun and they. We're GONNA have another compensation off that. There are plenty more competition going to have when we strip away and just. Look at the neutrality if you lie. Then it will stop making us feel scared because this the meanings for attaching. To the action, thus causing the fan or the actual action

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