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"nish" Discussed on The Bugle

The Bugle

06:53 min | 6 months ago

"nish" Discussed on The Bugle

"And it's not a good idea that does it. It's just heat. It wasn't like so we'll drop the real truth bomber. This guy it was night to drop the real actual bomber. This yes this is. This is what happened with a body from pompeii. They found a couple of buddies. That have basically vitrified brains which you say glossy rock turned brains. And they posit that the heat made these brains explode and turn into glass josh. Have you ever headed exploded gloss brain dope like it for months. I like. I feel like when lately when i've tried to think of had tried to have new ideas. I'm probably just a big hunk of glass up there. Just some kind of paperweight or something. The brain was petrified at nine hundred fifty degrees because of the proximity to active volcanic eruption. So i don't know much about this person. But i do know. They didn't have the smartest brain if they were standing next to volcano. We'll say i did have a terrified reaction to this because like if organic matter of a human brain can be discovered and have the kind of like acids within it analyzed two thousand years after death. I am so scared about who finds my laptop hard drive after i die vetting way sturdier than my head well past time for us to reintroduce like getting cremated with all the valuables including particularly your most recent five laptops. Like you can't take it with you refers to your wealth but it should not revert to your browser history. Able to take that to the grave literally. Surely this is the new business idea like the really destroying your laptop. Like there's no chance that anybody's going to be able to find your today history. Yeah we'll turn the ashes of your beloved ex-spouse into a diamond and then use that diamond to scratch the shit out of the mother and then put it in a canon shoot that canon into the cloud they whatever whatever server host the clouded just explode that this is the thing there's all these project underway to sort of recreate people's people's conversations through a after death conversations. A you including are you feeding into this. Ai because you might end up having some surprisingly suggestive chats with your ex husband. We're just betty ones. I don't want like my loved ones being like. I'm josh so bad. And then and then they bring me back john. How are are you papa. Can you believe the in line at this brunch place. It's banks in other things. That have glitched out. My human brain news. Philip morris that moustache twirling hinch doug suba douches of the cigarette. Industry have decided to move into the wellness space. Josh mom you live in new york so i assume you're surrounded by people artistically smoking cigarettes at all time at followed this story. Yes well as you know. My apartment is a large leather jacket. People frequently stopped to smoke outside it because the building is shaped like the ramones. And it's i just think that this is like it's infuriating. To a degree that turns my brain to glass. I mean obviously they've been trying to diversify it feels like tobacco is kind of like not in vogue and they've been trying to get into this kind of health space there no trying to buy an inhaler producing company called victoria and they were working on this but for years. Science hadn't gotten far enough for philip morris to enter this because they hadn't invented balls big enough tobacco company. Do an inhaler maker. It is a bit like coca-cola owning coca-cola nelson mount franklin water you just feel a little bit surrounded on all sides. If you point jack the ripper to be the chief of police then you should not be surprised if the number of murder investigation drop spectacularly there. If one day turns out mcdonald's veggie burgers. Were all full of cal. I don't think anyone is going to be surprised. Eagerly if you start letting philip morris eyeless. I think you'd better get ready for some smoking. Twelve year olds and do not want that taken out of context. Okay i mean on one hand who knows what what you need an inhaler better than the people that had and hid the data about how dangerous for decades. So they do have the inside track on what people need in an inhaler just held off telling us how bad the disease will for so long because they were looking for a cure. The home honestly. That's sweet it's like the husband who comes and goes darling. Decided to stop changing on you. Thanks philip apartment. The companies to at least one billion in revenues by twenty twenty five from it's beyond nicotine products. I know what that means but partly one of the respiratory junk delivery and the other one just says self care wellness. And i don't know what that means but i assume it's the practice that resulted in man in tokyo. Having a stroke we'll beyond nicotine is actually fully vegetarian nicotine. So that's exciting. Just clouds of broccoli smokes beyond nicotine walker. Which is it doesn't taste great. But i can't stop eating into the wellness space they already have your cigarettes and vapes and patches. I'm i'm just been waiting. For nicotine. oil burner aromatherapy would show. Upsetting is the best wellness product. They could offer is just no cigarettes like if they just stopped making cigarettes they would be so good for health and wellness. No secrets old trade. That's it you well cut by. Yeah philip morris no tobacco and some occasional other plants corporation for public health. Whatever they're doing now because it's inventing an inhaler acquiring a company that well this has been fun but if you want to hit the rest of it. What did the goggle wherever you do. That kind of say now. A link is possibly the share night. What say show no..

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"nish" Discussed on The Bugle

The Bugle

08:47 min | 6 months ago

"nish" Discussed on The Bugle

"Babysit batch of ten and his gone on holiday is due process of the god of walls. Cry so it to me. To put something out dayton are how to do this so his the latest episode of the goggle. Alice fraser is the host and she is joined by josh gordon. Don't mind a niche team solid. He was about that donald trump. I think he wishes his head. Dr doing a number two is the show. This is a podcast from the bugle. Hello i'm alice fraser. And i've seen things you people wouldn't believe attack ships on fire off the shoulder of orion i bought. Cbs glittering the dock. Near the ten hoyes a gate. All those moments will be lost in time. Unless you're listening to the goggle the sonic glossy magazine to the bugle newspaper for visual weld. Welcome to the show fresh fancy and full of opinions al guest fashion editor. This week is niche. Kuma welcome to be here. Remember freshness. And i'll guess science technology and dunkin donuts editor. Is josh gunderman. Welcome back my three passions. And i would say equally. Welcome to the magazine. Gentlemen people diving. Let's have a look at the front. Cover the front cover this week is simone biles posing provocatively in a white tracksuit. Going on now you give about gymnastic scary. The sub-headline is is it. Time for mental health olympics other words on the cover include culture section jazz is it and why not and top tips to the new body confidence. Eight of them a- surgical intervention and the other to just get over it plus jesus and his homeopathic fish defeat a host with just a drop of fish source diluted in half a glass of water the satirical cartoon today is a movie poster of j. Lo and ben affleck gritty reboot lo and ben affleck of course known as blow -pez in this gritty reboot. She's weaponized and rebuilt her iconic but after burning it down for the insurance money when she was on the run from the mafia and he's actually the grim batman from the dc movies but one. Who isn't bruce wayne by day. They making out together on a yacht with surprisingly visible. Amount of tongue causes a rift in the space time continuum. That's making the robot who played draws in the movie jaws achieved sentence and become an existential philosophy professor at penn state. It's a lot to carry for one penalty. Typical cartoon but the artist has really carried. I'm so worried. That if they break up ben affleck will get the worst tattoo in human history. I think every day about with that tattoo and the two that i've come up with are like it's like the green monster at fenway park. Full chest the green monster at fenway park and like the yankees are storming it and the red sox are pouring boiling dunkin donuts iced coffee down upon them and then the other version is. It's the last supper rate famous the last supper but with the drop kick jesus the apostle i feel like the most telling thing about cultural pressure on appearance even for hollywood actors is the fact that she hasn't aged and he has. I do think though if us. I feel since they've gotten back together. He's d age like nine years like in the past month. If you look at it. I one hundred percent agree. There is some sort of aura around jennifer lopez. Like if you put a baby near jennifer lopez it devolves back into sperm and yeah this some kind of magic around the curious case of benefit button since dive into the magazine. Alpher section is human brain section and now the story. A man in japan has stroked himself while stroking himself in the worst olympic event. Nobody ever asked for this fifty one year. Old man is being reported as having masturbated himself into a stroke just government. Have you been following the story. I have been following the story. This man was masturbating around three times a day and no judgement here but who has the time and he had a stroke. It's almost like a very frequently fatal condition and he survived and the french call the moment after an orgasm lepetit more right the small death and this guy almost got the whole thing. which is. He's japanese but spiritually very french. Anyways every orgasm is just the tip of the he's described in news reports as being an unnamed right handed man and how much masturbating you have to do for someone to look at you. I don't know your name. But i'm sure you're right handed. That is enormous. It looks like a giant foam finger. You'd get it a basketball game. The thing about this is that he masturbated frequently enough. He masturbated several times. A day is entirely possible that the stroke just happened and when he went into emergency he didn't need to mention the mets of. I'll go this far. I think the masturbation might have been what shook it loose. The blood clot. I could have saved his life. He's used to like expelling things. I think he his body was just in top flow form of all fluids out a very different reaction to the story to by the view because my reaction was oh so i guess we can't do anything anymore too much alcohol. It's not good for you. Don't have too much coffee chocolate. A now is like the one pleasure. I thought we had left. As human beings has been compromised. Is he gonna turn out looking at pictures. Of briana and channing. Tatum gives you diabetes. This is what happens when you expose yourself to the work left out of your brain watches you masturbate and goes this is toxic masculinity. I'm cutting it. And i think especially given the last eighteen months that we've all did i feel like part of what we all went into lockdown. Initially the first thing they should have done is said right. First of all you got to try stay to me as apart from people hands wear masks and also if you go to town yourself three times a day your brain my explode because has been one of the key health risks of the pandemic. I do think you're right that globally. We've been in kind of a golden age right a real renaissance. This this really has the the. What did you study periods thing. Why is this particular time. Why this particular place to look at the cocktail of circumstance full to stay indoors and the proliferation of high speed into that that is to ingredients for vintage of vintage masturbaters epoch. Absolutely i think that's what it's going to be known as the history books more than the pan-demic remember at the beginning of like early twenty twenty like march april and people like there's going to be so many pandemic babies but i think what we're really gonna find is it's going to be like somehow sock. Companies became incredibly profitable and like just dozens of new lotions invented sex toy companies and experience that share value was gone through the roof through the roof people by dildos other new disaster capitalists. It does plug a hole in a dyke. The little dutch boy it other brains. Exploding news on twitter. It is often tempting to ask. What do you have rocks for brains but it looks like that might be offensive to people whose heads exploded during the extreme heat event known as pompeii getting volcano niche. Kumai you'll have a volcano. Have you been following the story. Oh listen i've been following the story very closely. I love a volcano exploded. Brian the one thing that i would say for this story is that i've never really understood. Why the phrase mind-blowing was ever meant to be a compliment because having your mind blown apo- is sounds like one of the worst possible. It's like having a dinner and boy. This is a real ira's demolish.

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"nish" Discussed on The Skinny Confidential Him And Her Podcast

The Skinny Confidential Him And Her Podcast

01:59 min | 7 months ago

"nish" Discussed on The Skinny Confidential Him And Her Podcast

"I just gotta get those nipple shirt and then we're basically twinning. It's so funny. But i'm doing this and i was like wait. I can do such a good job in the beauty space. But i have no idea with this base. He'd be asking me okay. i'm feeling stressed. What are the things you can give me an. I'd be making these like custom concoctions for him and it was so annoying for me to write like just every time. He has an issue coming to me. Like oh i need like whatever for this issue and so then we were looking at the wellness space and we saw such a gap whereby the beauty space is so straight-forward for any to navigate. Okay like of course you can get into depth about ingredients if you want to. But like anyone can go into sephora or sephora dot com or anything and find whatever issues like race solutions. They have for issues that they deal with right. Whereas in the wellness world it was this convoluted process. Everything was hideous. Those individual ingredients which i had to buy by. God didn't want them to be seen anywhere in my house like they were like in my pantry so so we wanted to fill that space like we really wanted to create simplified effective products which actually looks chic on someone's nightstand because we felt that the professional great supplement brands were not speaking to people like normal women and the blends that kind of existed on the market. As while. like just cutesy things you'd see like at your local drugstore. We take it to notch doctors and they'd be like this is not high quality enough. It's not potent enough to many ingredients like all of these issues. So there was this big disconnect with like consumers and people in the wellness world like actual like professionals so we decided. We wanted to bridge that gap. So i would love to know where you even got started..

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The Greater Houston Area Of Woodlands Ranked No. 1 Best City To Live In America

Joe Pags

00:39 sec | 11 months ago

The Greater Houston Area Of Woodlands Ranked No. 1 Best City To Live In America

"And according to a ranking and review site, called Nish The Woodlands is that to make that the 2021 best place to live in the entire country of the United States, decisions are made from residents, reviews and information from the U. S. Census Bureau, FBI U. S Bureau of Labor statistics. And the U. S Department of Education. Now the fact is that they're looking for in this study include the quality of local schools, crime rates, housing trends, employment statistics and access to amenities and an attempt to measure the overall quality of each

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Ten years after Fukushima, Japan remembers 'man-made' nuclear disaster

The World

06:52 min | 11 months ago

Ten years after Fukushima, Japan remembers 'man-made' nuclear disaster

"Japan then caused a nuclear power plant in Fukushima to go into meltdown. It was a traumatizing event, one that left the Japanese public and the world wanting guarantees that a nuclear disaster like that would never happen again. But can Japan make that promise? Some of Japan's most prominent earthquake, experts say. Not really the world's Patrick win has more. Okumura. Koji is a paleo seismologist. That means he studies earthquakes, old earthquakes that may have shaken the earth. When wooly mammoths were still around. It's like archaeology off course Quake. Archaeology of earthquakes. Sounds really nish on Lee. It's not. It's actually a matter of life and death because if they fault erupted even 10,000 years ago, that's a sign that it might erupt again in our lifetime, and you really shouldn't build a nuclear reactor anywhere near it. Because this could happen. In 2011 tsunami created by an undersea earthquake that squeaking noise, those air buildings crumbling in a torrent of water. And at the Fukushima nuclear plant. Waves pounded the power plant, causing a meltdown. It happened on March 11 and Japanese people still call it 3 11 shorthand for catastrophe now, Okumura. He is one of the top earthquake experts in Japan. And before 3 11. He was on a government safety panel as a caveat. He wants to say this. Nobody knew and nobody could have predicted kid. What he means is no one could have predicted this earthquake at this specific time. But Okumura and a few others were warning the nuclear industry that some of their reactors were sitting on potentially shaky ground. In those days, nuclear companies were almost regulating themselves. But after 3 11, Japan started over what they knew nuclear watchdog agency one with an unofficial motto, the new nuclear regulatory regime in Japan must be the world's strictest, which tracks with an acknowledgement that seismic risk in Japan is among the world's worst. Drew Richard is an author whose new book, Every Human Intention follows Scientists struggling to figure out how to prevent another Fukushima because that's what people want to hear. Alice that this will never happen again. Okamura, the seismologist says. That's almost an impossible request. We cannot tell when underwear a big Oscar eco cars, he can tell you this, like it or not. No nuclear problem. These profit pretty save Every nuclear power plant, he says, comes with risk, especially in Japan. Here's the deal. Japan just doesn't have much oil or gas. So starting in the 19 sixties, with lots of American help, it went heavy on nuclear to power, one of the world's biggest economies. And they did this. Knowing Japan as a lot of earthquakes again. Here's Drew Richard nearly all of Japan in nearly all the sites where nuclear reactors are built, our seismically hazardous. It's a nation that faces a level of seismic risk that's almost uniformly comparable to Seismically active areas of California on Lee, California has one nuclear plant. Japan was running 50 Woz after 3 11 that nuclear watchdog shut down all of them. It has since allowed only five to reopen. Watchdog is so strict that even experts who were advising the government before the disaster are effectively not allowed to join. That includes scientists like Okumura, Koji. And others who were warning the government, Okumura says. They just scrap the whole system for them, or the system was useless and I'm used to, and I'm useless to, he says. Other Japanese seismologists, who could join the watchdog agency won't because well, scientists don't want the spotlight the immense political pressure Okumura says. Right now, the agency actually does not have a solid team of earthquake specialist say Don't Tall, you know, professional scientists. Yes, it's a big laws. Drew Richard says. Most earthquake experts agree seismic safety is a real blind spot in a real weak spot for the current regulatory agency. And that's glaring because the Fukushima disaster was a seismic event. That's bad, Richard says. The current top seismic safety regulator isn't really an earthquake expert. He's more of a geologist, so it's a little bit like asking an influential kidney doctor to operate on your heart. Richard says most officials mean well, yet they face a traumatized public. Still looking to scientist for peace of mind the expertise of these earthquakes, scientists has been applied to Ah, fundamentally impossible question that question. Are any of those dozens of reactor sites absolutely safe from earthquakes. And as it turns out on the basis of the limits of human knowledge At this time, the answer is maybe we don't know. At this point half of all Japanese people just don't want nuclear power at all. Nuclear companies are pushing to reopen their reactors, but keep getting denied. Try again, Regulators say, Make it safer. Meanwhile, with most nuclear plants closed, Japan has had to import way more coal, dirty polluting coal warming the whole planet and people aren't happy with that, either. Just listen to these protesters. Follows at US. I'll call, you know, Call Japan. They're chanting, Okamoto says. There are no easy solutions here. He knows the public. Just want scientist to tell them their energy source is safe. What science can never be published again. It's the nature or not. You're Hauser. I admit he also admits that actually, he wants more nuclear plants to open up. That's coming from the scientist who foresaw Lay Fukushima like nuclear nightmare. Look, some of Japan's plans should clearly never open again, He says. They're just too close to fault lines. For others. The odds of another earthquake seem low enough that Japan should take the risk. He says. The country needs power. Yes, I'm afraid people against nuclear power may be hungry after me. Just try not to be too angry at me, Okumura says. He's just a guy who wanted to study prehistoric earthquakes, never imagining that pursuit could affect the fate of his country. And the entire planet. For the world. I'm Patrick Quinn.

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"nish" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:41 min | 1 year ago

"nish" Discussed on KCRW

"Years, the Advertising Council has been helping Americans face national challenges. Remember, only you can prevent fires fires the same non profit group that created Smokey Bear informed us that loose lips sink ships in World War two in the nineties. They told us that friends don't let friends drive drunk. Now they're deep into a campaign around the coronavirus. They already launched an effort with the hashtag mask up America, and the newest phase is a $50 million campaign to persuade Americans that a vaccine is safe. Earlier today, I spoke with the president of the Ad council, Lisa Sherman. We are embarking on the largest communications effort in our history around this campaign were focused on really moving people from vaccine hesitancy to getting educated about the facts so that they can have more confidence about taking the vaccine. And as we think about this campaign because it is going to be the most significant in our history, I kind of think of it as our Moonshot moment. We're approaching this with size and the speed and the scale and the urgency unlike anything we've ever done before. So this effort to make Americans confident in a vaccine will involve, you know politicians giving speeches and all kinds of other elements, but has an advertiser. What makes the most compelling message in an ad? I mean, how do you get a campaign like this to work? You know, this is an issue that literally effects every American in this country. So what we need is a unified And consistent message versus a patchwork approach. We we really don't think that that would work. Everything we do has to be science based and data driven, so we'll be working with The nation's top vaccine, and public health experts will have AH specific focus in reaching communities of color that have been the hardest hit by the pandemic and where we see higher levels of presidency. You say there needs to be a unified, consistent message, but also that messages need to speak to specific individual populations that are different from one another. So how do you balance those two things? Well, that's the great news about the ad council. You know, I think that we have a model that is really wired for crisis and We are able to quickly bring together partners who give us broad reach. But then we also have relationships with all of the technology platforms and other more Nish media partners who Congar oh deep and reached a specific audiences with more tailored messaging. It's interesting that you for detect platforms because the advertising landscape today, as you know, is so completely different from Only you can prevent forest fires or loose lips, sink ships. I mean, how do you approach the infinite number of places that people get their information today? We really understand, you know, based on who were speaking to so in this case. If we're targeting specifically communities of color, you know, we understand where they You know where how they consume media who they trust to deliver messaging, and then we have those partners that are able to connect. Really to meet them where they are with the right message at the right place and at the right time, sure, saying in some communities, it might be Facebook ads and others that might be radio ads and others. It might be a billboard on the side of a bus stop. Exactly, And for some, it might be an athlete or musical artist. You remind me that in 1956 Elvis publicly got a polio vaccine to inspire confidence in that vaccine. It sounds like you're saying there could be something similar happening 50 years later with one of the top pop artists of today, or wrappers, or whoever it may be. Absolutely. I think that people trust people, and Elvis was a trusted influencer of his day, and there are many folks who could play that role today. And so if this is effective do you think a year from now we will have your ads as deeply burned into our brains as phrases like got milk or where's the beef? That would be nice. But most importantly, I think the way I would measure success is to see how a significant percentage of our country having been vaccinated and they're doing their part. In getting us all back to work and feeling safe and healthy again. That's ad council president Lisa Sherman. Thank you for talking with us about this. Thank you. Tens of thousands of farmers.

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"nish" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

06:05 min | 1 year ago

"nish" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"With just days to go till Election Day. President Trump rallies in New Hampshire and Maine This weekend's police break up a high school party and all students now at Marblehead High, going to full remote learning for the next couple of weeks. Another protest outside Governor Charlie Baker's home demonstrators call on stepped up security along Boston so called methadone mine. With more than 220,000 American deaths from covert 19 White House chief of staff Mark Meadows says the U. S is not going to control the pandemic. Ah, deeply Tourney US Senate is about to confirm Amy Cockney Barrett to the Supreme Court. Last procedural hurdle in the Senate was cleared over the weekend on this boat. The A's for 51. The nays are 48 the motion is agreed to on so the Republican controlled US Senate is set to vote during the day on the Supreme Court nomination off Amy Cockney. Barrett just eight days before an election, Democrats said, should determine the future of the court. For now, that is not happening. Tom Foti, CBS NEWS Washington Democrats, Of course, they're livid with the prospect of a conservative tilted Supreme Court for decades to come, and they could fight to turn the tide in their favor. If the Democrats win the White House and full control of Congress legislation, Senate rules changes even the possibility of granting statehood and a couple of Senate seats to the District of Columbia or Puerto Rico, all reportedly on the table right now, But many Democrats are calling only for adding judges to federal trial and appeals courts. As a way to counter President Trump's success in winning confirmation off more than 200 federal judges. Community leaders in Springfield huddle up around computer screens. It's a virtual meeting this weekend at issue murals in tribute to the Black Lives matter movement. The newest of the murals is on a building in the entertainment district of Springfield, the other on the street in front of City Hall. Although the building mural has been left on touch, the street mural has been vandalized three times once by spray paint two other times by burning rubber. My first question was, Are you going to be charged with a hate crime? Because if you're defacing a mural that's talking about black lives matter that is indeed a hate crime to Nish Arena is the executive director of arise for social justice, She says she would have never thought such an act of destruction. What happened to the mural so many times there have been no arrests. Police have publicized video of the defacements in the Springfield bureau. John Baby W. B Z Boston's news ready to Covad Clusters in Winthrop, prompt community leaders into action officials there there are asking people to get tested. After nearly two dozen cases have been tied to social events of the alcohol in the Pleasant Park Yacht Club. Anyone who visited those areas between October 15th of the 18th they're being asked to go into self isolation right now free testing available at the McKenna basketball courts in Winthrop, fifth grade students from the eighth in elementary school In Seekonk or switching to remote learning this week after an individual test positive for Cove it it's not known if the infected person was a student teacher or staff member. But the school has ordered them into self quarantine. Hockey in New Hampshire is back just as Massachusetts has said goodbye to the sport for the time being re opening games of the Granite State includes new rules like Mandatory Covad testing recent spike in cases here in Massachusetts, putting hockey for high school and all indoor ranks on hold for the next couple of weeks. Meantime, the president of Fox News and several of its news anchors air told to quarantine after being exposed to an infected patient on board. A recent flight with the network 6 49 now clouds and drizzle out the door this morning in Boston's 51 degrees right now, European governments are trying to get their arms around the corona virus as well. The check report. Blake is back in full national lock down. Spain has declared a six month state of emergency and ordered a nationwide curfew and Italians are being strongly advised to stay at home with municipalities granted the power to impose local restrictions. Bars and restaurants in the Netherlands are closed as part of the Dutch response, and in the past few days, the leaders of Bulgaria and Poland have both tested positive for covert. 19. Vicki Barker, CBS NEWS London doctor's urging people to get the flu shot this winter. But in South Korea there a bit skeptic. Eagle, CBS News correspondent Elaine Cobb with the stories South Koreans are shunning the flu vaccine after 59 people who got it died. Theo authorities say there is no link, but people are wary. Last month, five million doses of the vaccine had to be destroyed after they were stored it incorrect temperatures. The Health Ministry said. There have been some cases of adverse effects, but that's the benefits far outweigh the minor risk. Countries all over the world, including the United States are vaccinating against the flu in hopes of avoiding a double epidemic, which many are calling a twin endemic. After putting on a phenomenal performance in his debut on Friday night, Wisconsin freshman quarterback Graham Mertz Has tested positive for Corona virus. No comment yet from the college. But a positive test does not necessarily mean that Mertz will not be able to play in Wisconsin's next game. Murch threw for five touchdowns in the Badger's 45 7 victory over Illinois on Friday night. Rapper Iggy Azalea shares photos on instagram of her new Baby Boy Onyx Azalea has not disclosed to the father is and says she's raising her son alone more in entertainment news this morning. The Dala returns to the spotlight is host of Saturday night Live this weekend, and she was quick to dispel any rumors about the release of a new album has been a lot of chatter about me just being the house I've seen over there. Why hasn't she demeans caucus and stuff like that, and that's a couple of reasons. Happens, not finished, but I'm also too scared to do both. I'd rather response. Um, waves and this is all mine, by the way, have a final six and just see what happens. Singer went on to thank Saturday night Live for introducing her to an American audience over a decade ago. The actual musical guest was her introduced.

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Russian opposition leader is in a coma, allegedly poisoned by toxic tea

AP 24 Hour News

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

Russian opposition leader is in a coma, allegedly poisoned by toxic tea

"Politician and President Putin's long time foe, Alexey Navalny is in a coma in hospital. His allies believe he fell ill from deliberate poisoning because of his political activity. Navalny felt unwell on a flight back to Moscow from Tomsk, a city in Siberia and was taken to a hospital after the plane made an emergency landing in Omsk. Navalny Specs. Woman Cure a yard. Nish said she believes he must have consumed something from T. He drank. It's an airport cafe before boarding the plane. During the flight, Navalny started sweating and asked her to talk to him so that he could focus on the sound of a voice then went to the bathroom and lost consciousness. Navalny is currently being treated at the Omsk Ambulance. Hospital number one He's in a grave condition. Doctors at the hospital remain tight lipped about his diagnosis. I'm

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"nish" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:44 min | 1 year ago

"nish" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Make sure you check it out. This whole conversation comes back to something fingers we often talk about when you are smoking a cigar right down what it is you're experiencing. What did you eat that day? What you drink that day. What's the temperature that day? Because just like as you're discussing all those things have an effect. And you're playing with it. What you where you are, What you're at what you're doing changes it. So sometimes you read a review online. You'd be like, I'm not getting that experience at all. It's all wonderfully and gloriously subjective In that way, You know, it's interesting. Okay? I got to say this, but when I think of fingers, I think of a new home testing kit for the throne of Iris. Have you seen that New year's when you looked at him? I know you haven't seen that home till you got a patent this test basically, stick their finger up your butt if it comes up Purple. Then you're you're safe. If it's right, then he's got the virus. So I think fingers. You gotta patent this tow us. Well, it's interesting. You bring up Dr Rocket Tell John right now from the CDC brought the Corona virus. I wanted to ask you this question because we've talked about this on the show. Previously about how it's had an impact on retailers and obviously lounges like this. Let's are now closing. Unfortunately on Wednesday For two weeks. So it I mean, there's certain factors down there that have about 68 people out of the viruses, others at 48 we had eight cases, you know, sad and unfortunately, they're not getting the virus really at the back is because the factories are the safest, most sanitized places down in Central America. I mean, besides social distancing and gloves and masks, I mean We make sure they wash their hands every 45 minutes. In that culture. You have families and 12 14 people living together on they are so used to visiting each other and family, and they don't know they don't understand being away. So dancing doesn't go up there. They're out there mingling in England family, the family. And that's the problem so on these terrible and they don't have enough diagnostic, I just approved another 100 Dustin kids, but they don't have even have enough testing kits down there. So it's sad in a country like that. First of all, there's not enough sanitization. Secondly, the people over for the son of hospitals and medical care, so we have to be careful. So that scary will this have an impact on supply and longer? Absolutely absolutely. I mean, we have a big back or issue. We're already closed for a month and 1/2. Closing again on you know, with the covert virus. People are at home drinking and smoking and so has room in this car culture. But unfortunately way of supplies is Rocky Nish, Rocky battle dotcom. Thank you guys..

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"nish" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

03:14 min | 1 year ago

"nish" Discussed on 600 WREC

"As we continue to nish, the Souza and Horace Cooper or Willis. All right, so the Democrats well, you got Joe Biden mostly in hiding, except you know what he said this weekend. But they don't have standing on this issue. Nancy Pelosi has no standing. Schumer has no standing as far as I'm concerned because they've all had their opportunity. They can all their words at this point to me are meaningless. Horace Because when it mattered, they weren't there. There has been one political group. I call them the party of racial separatists that started from its beginning. Promoting the idea that we should use the power of government and coercion to separate people according to their race. And guess what? There was just a small period of time in the middle of the 20th century, where they need to stop doing it and then immediately started back again. And it is amazing. That every single place on the planet where political parties use racial separatism as a purposeful power. What you see is death. What you see is mayhem. What you see is division. I'm asking Americans listening this Col. Lege. Take what marvels there, King said. To be true that America is premised on the idea that people are going to be judged not by the color of their skin, but by the content of their character. One political party alone from its inception. All the way to the present is always tempted to divide us on the basis of race. That is an evil we have. Let's not yield to it last 30 seconds Danish Be a slave plantation in America only developed in the 19 century, three decades after the founding the massive plantation system and a Democratic party started in the 18 twenties as the defender of that system, So the Democrats are the party of slavery and segregation and Jim Crow, and if we want to get rid of reminders of slavery and segregation A good way to do that is to get rid of the Democratic Party. Well, just the history speaks for itself. The hypocrisy just like with Russia. They didn't care about the Russian dossier. They didn't care about quid pro quo Joe or zero experience, Hunter. It is just it is at a level that is unprecedented and the mob. They go along with it. Biggest challenge in 120 days from today. All right, Thank you. Both finished. Thank you, Horace. Thank you. 809 for one, Shawn. You want to be a part of the program will get to your calls coming up next as we continue. Good afternoon. I'm Jim Purity. Funeral arrangements now complete for the child killed at the Galleria details coming up first traffic and weather together. Thiss report is brought.

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"nish" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

04:56 min | 1 year ago

"nish" Discussed on KTOK

"On newsradio one thousand okay T. okay more from Cuomo today and why stations give him all the time that you're my don't know there are other governors in this country from very big states like Florida Florida is a state that's actually bigger than New York in terms of population how did that happen Texas has a bigger popular how did that happen well people have left New York because they're sick and tired of people like Cuomo and deblasio some people can't leave but one only they love their city they love their state but they hate what's been done to them here's more Cuomo cut nine go we need to support the states because I was waiting the other day you moron you went on and on about federalism you know what happened in nineteen eighteen everybody likes to talk about nineteen eighteen you know what happened in nineteen eighteen when Woodrow Wilson a Democrat was president Mr progressive the first progressive Democrat as president of the United States you know what he did for the states you know what he did in the middle of the worst flu in modern American history nothing zero nothing trump is conducting himself in a way that progressives should be happy with not that he's a progressive but they won the last hundred years if trump was doing what Mr progressive was doing in nineteen eighteen they would get a damn penny go ahead are the ones who are doing this re opening is up to the states right that's the federal decree it's no no no no that's what you demand it you made a whole issue about federalism do not remember one day to the next are all of you so did Joe Biden Nish go ahead the governors will decide the states have to decide everyone is in a different position and it's up to the states which I agree Prozac is me the constitution but now it doesn't happen to be the constitution every with this guy and even hear some idiotic conservatives go on and on and on I'm not gonna repeat the Interstate Commerce Clause I will if I come under attack or it does and I will of you know I will demonstrate how wrong the cheap shot artists are but let's continue go ahead I also think it's the right approach okay it's up to the states but then don't ask the states don't give them this massive undertaking that has never been done before why not massive undertaking to open your economy is that a massive undertaking ladies and gentleman to say okay let's get together this business can open this business can open you know maybe we'll wait on sports stadiums a little better this one it may be what whatever that's a massive undertaking what does it cost any money what is that cost a plug nickel it's the businesses that are losing money it's the individuals are losing money they're losing their livelihoods but look look totally radical leftwing progression by the name Andrew Cuomo conducts himself he's talked more about his state budget in his state needs money Danny has about the businesses and people in New York who are suffering as a result of the economic shutdown and what he really wants let's be clear and I've talked about this before is for you and me to bail out his debt that's what the clown in California once the clown in New Jersey once they planted a lot only once that's what they really want for all of us to bail them out for instance she says here earlier he wants unrestricted aid from the federal government is acting what I go for will go for abortions we'll go for aid for illegal aliens what will go for this guy's tyrannical he's got a mind of a sponge go ahead give the many resources to do it Hey pal it's not up to us to give you resources to do it you've tax the hell out of your people waited all that money go you've packed backpacks that hell out of your business is what all that money go your tax the hell out of anyone who drives a vehicle in and out of New York City what all that money go what did I tell you moron solar panels I'll be right back given all that's happening in the world we've decided to make some exciting changes at live in TV will not be doing special programming once per week exclusive for living TV and place TV subscribers.

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Is It Rolling, Bob? Talking Dylan: Nish Kumar

Rock N Roll Archaeology

04:23 min | 2 years ago

Is It Rolling, Bob? Talking Dylan: Nish Kumar

"What I was about. Fifteen years old. We went on a Fourteen is just before I turned fifteen. We went on this field trip to we went to Sheffield for a history field trip because we were studying something about the industrial revolution in the Arkwright Orlando Carmel Stuff. And we stopped as a treat at a now defunct building called the Sheffield History of popular music and I was just listening to it was forums. It was not great but I was listening to like a weird. There's like a listening post and you could just listen to some albums that they deemed classic albums and actually I my cousins were big Jimi Hendrix fans and so I started listening to Electric Lady Land and I remember listening to the first three songs and I just wrote the going. Great Well Mine Tie. World was just changed on so I ball. Electorally land go really into Hendricks and then viral electric lady land. Obviously through all along the watchtower read the liner notes. In its Britain by Dylan and niece of I guess if you're I'm thirty four and when we were school used to sing blowing it was a him so I guess there's just a moment of either has a sort of David. Your mind of who Bob Dylan is roughly and I. I was a into the Beatles at the time. So I sort of knew roughly a would big dylan fans and you know blowing the wind and he sort of saying you have some vague idea and then so my friend. Andy gave me the nineteen sixty seven greatest hits the he had which is his dad had which is just a best of everything op too blonde on. Blunt. I say it doesn't include anything for the debut album but it's just a great hits a of the of the pre John Wesley Harding nineteen sixties out on. Its I mean. That's a pretty place to star. Need because you sort of realized that this is by the time that period ends. He's probably about twenty five. I think. Yeah he yeah. He's about twenty five twenty six when the motorcycle accident happens. And so that's the if you think about the style changes the happen just did not show period of time. It's a pretty exciting thing to get like a quick precede history of and so from then on I was just you know I was just I was I was getting everything and I do think there is something really interesting. Did you go see blinded by the light? I know you on the show. There's a really amazing pit in that movie. Which is a beautiful film about. Safra's monsters obsession with Bruce springsteen this amazing bitten where it's kind of in the eighties and him and his friend who both of british-asian ethnic heritage and one of them is trying to get Bruce springsteen to be played on the School Radio Tannoy system and the guy says Bruce Springsteen isn't he got going on dodger into And the two Asian kids look at me. Go No ought not only definitely think. That's a work because when I was a kid my friends he's like. Oh that's the music DODD LISTENS TO A. My parents liked the bills in the light of the music. That was big when they moved to Britain like things like yellow and stuff but they they had no specific relationship with Dylan so I didn't have association with that. It was like a dragon something that your parents enforced you to endear. When you were growing up so to me I just couldn't. I just couldn't believe it. It just absolutely blew my mind. I had no full context for it and so I just bought as much as I can possibly buy that. There's a period where pretty much all I spend my birthday money. Christmas money on was Bob Dylan CDs and also quite good period to get into Bob Dylan because it was before they released the audio remastered CDs. So they were just so. I just I got. I bought time out of mind for one pound CD copy of time out of mind for a quid. From W H Smith's in Croydon and so it was really easy and cheap for me just to buy almost

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"nish" Discussed on 10 Things To Tell You

10 Things To Tell You

09:32 min | 2 years ago

"nish" Discussed on 10 Things To Tell You

"Like how I moved through the world because it has become very common to me to move through the world with the Lens of I don't always share everything but I feel like my brain brain works in a way of like. How would I package this Even for stuff. I'm not I know I'm not gonNA share. I do not share a lot of our personal life online from COSC- reasons for nature of my husband's life and job in like there's a lot of things I don't share but my brain has still been trained to like package it if that makes sense of like if I was going to share it this this is what the caption would be. Maybe that's also a little bit of a byproduct of me being like a writer. My spirit always sort of making a story always sort of making a narrative. That's probably both of those things but definitely social media plays into it and so anyway. While I was thinking about my wise I came to the conclusion. And I'm not GonNa Label this as pathetic. It's not I haven't seen it yet. I have a feeling I know where it's going but continue now like I posed like to prove I was here. Yeah like it makes me feel more in the world new be sharing it And that's not all social media's fault like when I studied abroad in Europe in college I kept a meticulous scrapbook which was like the mental and emotional equivalent of saying like I was here. This was that time. Well now. We're able to share it immediately with others but like the thought process isn't really that different and so some of us are just wired to be like. I need to constantly to prove that I'm here. I talked about this in the Journal episode but I- journalists several different ways. I I have lots of different journals and I have a different approach to all of them but my main sort of journal. That's a document of our family's life that no one's ever read so far as I know I have dozens of them but I write them as if for an audience and I've John this again pre social media did this when I was a teenager I wrote as if it would be read and so now that we have the Internet uh-huh. It's like proof that I was here and I don't know if that's good or bad I'm not gonNA label that bad I like. I know I don't don't feel that that's bad and I don't if if nobody ever posts are never gets on social media. That doesn't mean they weren't here. It's more just like philosophically. Offically like a clinging to this earth a clinging to this existence. You know and when I had this I've I've never thought about it like that until this week and I was like. Oh yeah this is my. This is my proof. I was here and I I don't know I don't have I don't have anything else to say about other than it was like sort of it was sobering thought and then I journaled about it. I don't know I want to be seen. We all want to be acknowledged that we're here. We all WANNA be seen. We all want to be known. I think that's a deeper desires to actually be known and not just known but known and accepted accepted for who we are and have our existence accepted for what it is and social media plays into that desire altruistically negatively in all the ways it can prey upon people's desire and exploit it can satisfy it in really meaningful ways. It's a both and it's not an either or it's it's it's a phenomenal tool in that way and as I watch people back away from social media myself included wanting to live a little bit more private life. I'm not naive right. Like social media ain't going anywhere like there are people who are moving completely the office refusing to engage with it now and stepping away from it which is fine but it's only going to become more intensified and it's only going to become more intricately intricately ingrained into our culture right like even what you were saying about seeing different events and experiences through the Lens of how. It could be packaged edge. That sounds very advertising but I understand what you mean when you say it like. Oh what is what's a really compelling way that I could share this really meaningful experience right and our brains have been trained that way and there's no getting around it anymore and I think that there is a naievety from folks who think that they're going to be able to escape it hold wholesale. A lot of people can definitely separate themselves from it but it's going to become more and more part of our culture and so the question question that I sit with as I move forward is how do I engage with it and use it as a tool. We'll in my own life in the life of my family in a way that's healthy and beneficial both for myself my family and the people around me and part of that that for me is asking. Some of those introspective questions before I post. That's just me. I'm always kind of wanting to check my motivations just to be aware I like the self awareness piece and I think it's just something that everybody is going to have to wrestle with and sift through in their own personal way and to learn how to not make excuses for it or apologies for it right How it works for you is how it works for you and you don't have have to be sorry about that? And if you see every experience through the lens of Social Media and how to package it and make it meaningful for someone else that can be a gift to somebody and you don't have to apologize for that and so yeah I want all of us to I guess just own it own it own. Its role in our life in a way that is helpful and healthy. I guess I duNNo. I want people listening to this. You know there's going to be everyone who's going to bring their own stuff to this type of a conversation listening to it having it and so we just scratched the surface of all the different. Gosh way you can can talk about this and think about this and so what I really want people to do after listening to sort of talk through it without any conclusions and we're sort sort of going in different directions on it. You're you're actually stepping away while I'm leaning so hard in and I love it because it makes me so oh happy happy like I feel like after ten years of being online. I'm only just now finding exactly how I want to be on line. You know what I mean like. I feel like I've just just discovered it in the last year. Making this show and not something. My tone has changed like I'm still me but like I'm just now discovering like this is how I want to share. This is how I WANNA engaged after all this time I like now. I'm all in on it and so I just like that. We're able to talk through it and and I want people to be able to talk about it with their friends again. Even if your accounts are lockdown private to just have the conversation with a friend like hey a do you share your kids online. Why or why not do you second? Guess what you post. Are you like trying to be overly sensitive to every single the person that might see your post and that's stopping you or are you like not thinking about anybody at all when you post and maybe that's not a great choice either like I just want people to be able to talk about it and get real with their. Why why are they doing this? And I don't think it has to be you even if it's a vulnerable why of like I just I really like showing everybody. How cute my kids are? Even if that's like your wife that does not have to be like uglier. Oh you're negative or anything no no and so I just it. It doesn't like it whatever and so I had this conversation with your girlfriends friends. If you have a great conversation with your friends if you decide to bring this conversation to your own social media please tag the show at ten things to tell you so that I can make picture and I want to see what you guys are thinking about. What you're saying about this? I know there's one million spots to land on this topic but I love that we were able to just talk it through me to thank you so much. This is like I don't know this is it. It is such a popular topic and I think that as it becomes like I said more layered into our culture and into our societies and our families and culture like all communities all that. It's only going to become a more prevalent conversation and figuring out how to do it well in a way that works fresh so like you said man. We only scratched the surface. We didn't even get into politics. Let's its own animal. I feel like I'm not going to be able to avoid void that on the show and all of twenty twenty because like I leave it to me Laura I believe it. I cannot manage to be the band that that plays on. The titanic sings fat. Okay thanks for being on Nash. I love having you on the show every. It's always.

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"nish" Discussed on 10 Things To Tell You

10 Things To Tell You

09:32 min | 2 years ago

"nish" Discussed on 10 Things To Tell You

"Like how I moved through the world because it has become very common to me to move through the world with the Lens of I don't always share everything but I feel like my brain brain works in a way of like. How would I package this Even for stuff. I'm not I know I'm not gonNA share. I do not share a lot of our personal life online from COSC- reasons for nature of my husband's life and job in like there's a lot of things I don't share but my brain has still been trained to like package it if that makes sense of like if I was going to share it this this is what the caption would be. Maybe that's also a little bit of a byproduct of me being like a writer. My spirit always sort of making a story always sort of making a narrative. That's probably both of those things but definitely social media plays into it and so anyway. While I was thinking about my wise I came to the conclusion. And I'm not GonNa Label this as pathetic. It's not I haven't seen it yet. I have a feeling I know where it's going but continue now like I posed like to prove I was here. Yeah like it makes me feel more in the world new be sharing it And that's not all social media's fault like when I studied abroad in Europe in college I kept a meticulous scrapbook which was like the mental and emotional equivalent of saying like I was here. This was that time. Well now. We're able to share it immediately with others but like the thought process isn't really that different and so some of us are just wired to be like. I need to constantly to prove that I'm here. I talked about this in the Journal episode but I- journalists several different ways. I I have lots of different journals and I have a different approach to all of them but my main sort of journal. That's a document of our family's life that no one's ever read so far as I know I have dozens of them but I write them as if for an audience and I've John this again pre social media did this when I was a teenager I wrote as if it would be read and so now that we have the Internet uh-huh. It's like proof that I was here and I don't know if that's good or bad I'm not gonNA label that bad I like. I know I don't don't feel that that's bad and I don't if if nobody ever posts are never gets on social media. That doesn't mean they weren't here. It's more just like philosophically. Offically like a clinging to this earth a clinging to this existence. You know and when I had this I've I've never thought about it like that until this week and I was like. Oh yeah this is my. This is my proof. I was here and I I don't know I don't have I don't have anything else to say about other than it was like sort of it was sobering thought and then I journaled about it. I don't know I want to be seen. We all want to be acknowledged that we're here. We all WANNA be seen. We all want to be known. I think that's a deeper desires to actually be known and not just known but known and accepted accepted for who we are and have our existence accepted for what it is and social media plays into that desire altruistically negatively in all the ways it can prey upon people's desire and exploit it can satisfy it in really meaningful ways. It's a both and it's not an either or it's it's it's a phenomenal tool in that way and as I watch people back away from social media myself included wanting to live a little bit more private life. I'm not naive right. Like social media ain't going anywhere like there are people who are moving completely the office refusing to engage with it now and stepping away from it which is fine but it's only going to become more intensified and it's only going to become more intricately intricately ingrained into our culture right like even what you were saying about seeing different events and experiences through the Lens of how. It could be packaged edge. That sounds very advertising but I understand what you mean when you say it like. Oh what is what's a really compelling way that I could share this really meaningful experience right and our brains have been trained that way and there's no getting around it anymore and I think that there is a naievety from folks who think that they're going to be able to escape it hold wholesale. A lot of people can definitely separate themselves from it but it's going to become more and more part of our culture and so the question question that I sit with as I move forward is how do I engage with it and use it as a tool. We'll in my own life in the life of my family in a way that's healthy and beneficial both for myself my family and the people around me and part of that that for me is asking. Some of those introspective questions before I post. That's just me. I'm always kind of wanting to check my motivations just to be aware I like the self awareness piece and I think it's just something that everybody is going to have to wrestle with and sift through in their own personal way and to learn how to not make excuses for it or apologies for it right How it works for you is how it works for you and you don't have have to be sorry about that? And if you see every experience through the lens of Social Media and how to package it and make it meaningful for someone else that can be a gift to somebody and you don't have to apologize for that and so yeah I want all of us to I guess just own it own it own. Its role in our life in a way that is helpful and healthy. I guess I duNNo. I want people listening to this. You know there's going to be everyone who's going to bring their own stuff to this type of a conversation listening to it having it and so we just scratched the surface of all the different. Gosh way you can can talk about this and think about this and so what I really want people to do after listening to sort of talk through it without any conclusions and we're sort sort of going in different directions on it. You're you're actually stepping away while I'm leaning so hard in and I love it because it makes me so oh happy happy like I feel like after ten years of being online. I'm only just now finding exactly how I want to be on line. You know what I mean like. I feel like I've just just discovered it in the last year. Making this show and not something. My tone has changed like I'm still me but like I'm just now discovering like this is how I want to share. This is how I WANNA engaged after all this time I like now. I'm all in on it and so I just like that. We're able to talk through it and and I want people to be able to talk about it with their friends again. Even if your accounts are lockdown private to just have the conversation with a friend like hey a do you share your kids online. Why or why not do you second? Guess what you post. Are you like trying to be overly sensitive to every single the person that might see your post and that's stopping you or are you like not thinking about anybody at all when you post and maybe that's not a great choice either like I just want people to be able to talk about it and get real with their. Why why are they doing this? And I don't think it has to be you even if it's a vulnerable why of like I just I really like showing everybody. How cute my kids are? Even if that's like your wife that does not have to be like uglier. Oh you're negative or anything no no and so I just it. It doesn't like it whatever and so I had this conversation with your girlfriends friends. If you have a great conversation with your friends if you decide to bring this conversation to your own social media please tag the show at ten things to tell you so that I can make picture and I want to see what you guys are thinking about. What you're saying about this? I know there's one million spots to land on this topic but I love that we were able to just talk it through me to thank you so much. This is like I don't know this is it. It is such a popular topic and I think that as it becomes like I said more layered into our culture and into our societies and our families and culture like all communities all that. It's only going to become a more prevalent conversation and figuring out how to do it well in a way that works fresh so like you said man. We only scratched the surface. We didn't even get into politics. Let's its own animal. I feel like I'm not going to be able to avoid void that on the show and all of twenty twenty because like I leave it to me Laura I believe it. I cannot manage to be the band that that plays on. The titanic sings fat. Okay thanks for being on Nash. I love having you on the show every. It's always.

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"nish" Discussed on 10 Things To Tell You

10 Things To Tell You

15:50 min | 2 years ago

"nish" Discussed on 10 Things To Tell You

"And then the the other thing I wanted to say and listener. I understand this as a disjointed conversation. We're just talking. This is friends talking. This is how I talk in real life hits. Everyone wants to know. It's true the other thing that I want to say is I follow a bunch of women. I mean I can just rattle off women. I'm in that I have followed for. Oh probably nearly ten years same and I love them showing their family I see them. I love their kids kids. I wouldn't go so far to say I'm invested like if they stopped posting. I wouldn't cry or anything but like I genuinely enjoy. I enjoy their postings. I enjoy seeing their kids grow up. I enjoy their motherhood musings like I just like it and so when I sort of see a lot of people because a lot all these women I'm talking about have hundreds of thousands of followers. They have a lot of people who are watching their family so to speak and we want other people to do it but then for me to say like but I'm not gonNA show mine like my kids deserve privacy but your kids. I love seeing your kids. I don't know it's it's sticky. It's super super messy and I would be remiss if I didn't mention that like man I mean those early years of of like mom blogging and reading other MOMS experiences of the difficulties and frankly the horrors of effing really little kids and also the joys and the victories like that carried me it was so meaningful and it was so life changing to look out at this landscape of women writing honestly about being moms and to feel less sologne during the season that is inherently very isolating. It is it was profound it is still profound has shaped me. It has shaped in some some ways how I parent and how I mother. It has shaped how my marriage operates within the context of parenting. Because of other moms that I have read who bravely shared about their marriage. Marriage stuff in parenting like the list could go on and on and on and on and on and also you. This is maybe less serious but it's also really fun done like I have like what you were saying. I have loved following these moms and like I'll be on I am invested like. Oh my gosh that mom who who was writing about her kid. Her Kid just got accepted to Harvard or like like he was a huge victory in your like. I've been following this family for so long long and have learned so much and have gained so much from them sharing there's just this sense of camaraderie around being a mom and sharing about it on social media media which is and it's beautiful and it's one of the things that I love so much about social media I mean you and I would not have met had it not been social media and those times right like right. We would not be as close in good friends without and so there are wonderful. Amazing profound things that have come from mom sharing airing their lives. I think what we're seeing now is will. There's there's multiple aspects. I think that were kind of wrestling with the role role of social media in our broader culture number one. What's its role around everything from politics to parenting too? I mean you name it. We're all kind of talking about rate like what's the role of social media and our broader culture number one and number two. I think we're seeing like what you mentioned women who have shared for a really really long time starting to swing to the other extreme and totally pullback some maybe out of necessity some may be out of an inherent deep desire to want to just be private after being public public for so long. That's kind of how I feel but also like I don't think we've really seen many people at least yet. kind of openly openly walk through the transition of being really really open and talking about motherhood and talking about their kids candidly to starting adding to pull back in a way that protects their kids but still talks about motherhood. There's not a ton of examples of women who are still doing that and so I think think we're all kind of left in this vacuum. That's like empty space of not knowing what's the happy medium right like what you were saying. Like I would love to still talk about the ways in which motherhood is profoundly shaping me right like I have a kid gets ten. WHO's autistic and I have a seven year old and those things even though they're older they're not babies anymore? These kids are still shaping me into the person that I'm slowly becoming right. I would love to talk about. That and talked candidly about that. In a way that still honors their privacy. It's it's it's it's pushing pole and I think we're trying to figure out the happy medium. How do we do that? Well and how do we do that in a way that yes does on our kids privacy. Who are asking for it like that's the other thing? It's not so much like oh I wanNA protect my kids in their privacy like my kids have asked asked me to not post about on social media and so for me. I'm like oh I gotTA figure out a way if I do talk about motherhood how do I do that. In a way that respects serve them not wanting me to post about them post pictures or whatever the case may be and yet still be candid and honest about my own experience. I think it's just this like what you're saying. It's just sticky. It's weird in between place that were all kind of trying to stumble our way through. Tell me more about how they asked you to not talk about Komo post about them on social media. Because I haven't really had that conversation with my kids. Well first of all. I didn't give them a lot of options. It was fair. I mean I'm being honest like yeah I'm starting to now. I'm only just now starting to give them the option. My kids are ten and eight but the few times that I have said. May I post this. And that's typically when it's just a picture of them alone when I'm posting getting a family photo I don't really give the option like I usually like. This is our family. I don't ask Jeff for permission. I Post your family sure so but there have been a few times. Where right asked kids individually if it was just a picture of just them if I could post it and they're almost confused and what I'm asking not they're not confused in how it works but I guess we haven't it had a maybe a bigger picture conversation of like why they might say no so they're all like every time they're sort of like sure? Show tell your friends show your your friends or strangers like they don't have a lot of energy around it but also because I haven't explained maybe and so. I just want to hear how you how that happened. Yes yeah so I took a photo of my daughter Scout who is now seven who is incredibly photogenic. And just darling in the cutest kid. Gosh I love her and I took this photo of her and it was really really cute and she stopped and she looks at me and she goes. Are you going to post that on facebook and I was like. I'm sorry. What did you just say with your mouth and if you know me that's how I talked to my kids and she was like? Are you going to post on facebook book. And I'm like excuse me. How do you know what facebook and she was like? It's where all the grownups on the computer to talk to each other and I was. I like that yet. Yes yes that is kind of what it is. And she's like can you guys post pictures and you can buy stuff and you talk about the news and I was like it was just kind of sat. There stunned that my daughter had this really basic understanding of what facebook was and I was like well I mean I was thinking about it. Why do you ask? And she's like well. Can I see the picture much sure and so. I showed her the picture and she was like. I don't want you to post it. I'm like you don't want me to share it. And she's like no she's like you can send it to Katie. Who is our our friend here in town and she has a daughter the same age? She's like you. Can you can send it Takeda so that she can show Jada which was her little friend and I was like Haha okay. That's totally fine and I just had this like instant where I just astor. I'm like do you want me to ask you before I post. Would you like to see the pictures I. She's like yeah. I would like you to ask me. I and I'm like okay. That's totally Italy. Find an ashtray. I'm like do you know what instagram's just out of sheer curiosity. I wanted to know how deep my kids knowledge of of social media went and she was like. Yeah I instagram is. Now it's like Oh what is it and she was like. It's kind of like facebook except it's just pictures and I'm like it. Just kind of like where is she. She and she's like well. I learned about it at school. Other kids talk about their MOMS and DADS on facebook. Maybe that's the thing we don't talk about it in our house Jeff's not on social media and I'd never talk about it. Yeah I haven't really talked about it at length either. I mean every now and then Eric I'm ex husband will have conversations about something that we saw on facebook or twitter stupid news like whatever we have kind of general conversations but we don't go it like into in depth conversations about something that someone said on facebook because no one cares but living in a really small town we live in a town about three thousand. So it's a really tiny town if you I wanna know what's happening in town you. You have to be facebook everyone posts events and that's how you know what's happening in different spots and so towns very active on facebook and so everyone talks talk about it like oh I saw it on facebook. Are you going to that thing. It was posted on facebook and so kids are naturally hearing what that is all the time. Just because that's how the social construct of our town can operate so I think she understood the basics of what it was from appears from hearing parents. Talk about it. It's just kind of part of our our culture in our in our in our small town and my son was in the room when I had the conversation with scout about social media and I asked ruin it. Who who is autistic has some disabilities? He takes a long time to process information and so I kind of asked him some some different questions that were appropriate for him and he said the same thing I mean. He doesn't getting his picture taken anyway. So it's hard to snap one of him anyway so but I asked him like. Do you want me to share. You're pictures of you. In a way that he understood and he was like no mommy. I don't want you to. I'm like okay. That's fine and so I ended up starting a really almost. It's like a week long conversation with my kids because then scout brought it up a couple of days later in the car and she asked me. She's like why are you on facebook. Why do you show other people that you don't know.

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"nish" Discussed on 10 Things To Tell You

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"nish" Discussed on 10 Things To Tell You

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"nish" Discussed on 10 Things To Tell You

10 Things To Tell You

05:08 min | 2 years ago

"nish" Discussed on 10 Things To Tell You

"They're going to have to try to enright undo which sounds like silly questions when they're so young right like they're ten and seven but it's a question on the less that I think we have to wrestle with especially as our kids now like they're ten and seven and they know what facebook is. They know. Instagram is they understand understand what those things are and so yeah. I don't know it's just forced me to really think about go. Like why am I doing this. What is the cost? What do you mean about? What a narrative that you've written for them that they might have to undo? This is where I snack a little bit. Because are you saying I. I mean you weren't being deceitful when you posted about your kids or your family life like you were you were showing it as a fair representation. One of what it was. So why do you feel like they would need to be counter to that. Possibly in the future you know what I mean. Yeah yeah no totally and I think that the nature of social media because is an answer to that right because we're I'm showing snippets of let's Hugh Scout is an example like I because I don't really post much about ruin online. Because he hates getting his picture taken number one but also he's asked to but scout for one like let's see scout in his example book like she's Larry She's funny. She's wicked smart. She's witty she's wonderful. She's just this little pixie amazing child but social media the nature of it is. I've shown the world these snippets of who she is and just these little snapshots that over time create this string of who who she is to the outside world that people perceive her to be. It's not that she's not those things but she is also so many other things right like she's he's just this little human like we are in so that's the question that I that I wrestled through all of these little individual moments that you share online about your kids what what picture have you inadvertently and with the most wonderful of intentions still painted about who they are as people and it's not not that it's necessarily negative like I hope that I always pay my kids in a positive and wonderful light because that's who they are in their amazing and they have their own issues. They're not perfect but I hope that what I shared about them to. The world is inherently positive. But it was. It was just a question that I had to ask myself itself of. What's the picture I've painted them? Is there something that they would want to have to go back and undo or give context to or answer for four or whatever the case may be it just it just prompted that question Yeah I mean I hear you and all because because most of us are sharing generally positive things like you said even in their positively if a child is to grow up and then later be lake AAC. Yeah it wasn't all sparkles rainbows and then want to sort of like say. It's not that anything that was posted was wrong. Necessarily it was just. This whole other thing was happening happening behind the scenes. And I don't mean your family just generally And this is like an outlandish example but what if terror Westover who wrote the book educated. What if her are essential oil selling mom had been like posting all these wonderful things about their amazing family? And then you but then this other stuff was happening behind the scenes and you know I mean if you sort of look in the context of a family like that for example and then but another thing is as an again. This is complicated but I also get like sort of my backup over. Women Women saying this is their story. This is the kids story because I feel like it. Minimizes the the mom story and the holy are like ingrained to sacrifice everything all the time including our own story to me. It seems like a lot of times the more honorable quote unquote position is to protect your kids. Heads Privacy that that is more important than you sharing your story and I'm not trying to say I don't want kids to have privacy. I do think you you people are entitled to Privacy. Especially when they're at when they can't choose when their children and also I want women and to be able to share their stories and how hard it is or even how Joyce it is. It doesn't matter that they can just be like this is motherhood for me. Well it's impossible. We'll talk about your motherhood without talking at least indirectly about your children and so then if you have a whole wave of of women analysis happened every year. There's a new wave of women who take a step back because their children get to a certain age and they have to. They have to tap out. And it's not that I'm not understanding it..

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"nish" Discussed on 10 Things To Tell You

10 Things To Tell You

15:45 min | 2 years ago

"nish" Discussed on 10 Things To Tell You

"I'm Laura Tremaine and I have ten things to tell you and do you have ten things to tell. This show is about connection talk with each other and with ourselves and the hope. Is that the things we talk about here will be fuel for better conversations and a personal awareness. This is an interactive podcast. Each episode has a prompt and a topic that I want you to take to the Journal. Text to your best friend or answer on social media using the Hashtag ten things to tell you this is a show about digging deeper and sharing our stuff. I'll go I I.

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"nish" Discussed on 10 Things To Tell You

10 Things To Tell You

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"nish" Discussed on 10 Things To Tell You

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"nish" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:27 min | 2 years ago

"nish" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"What do you want to talk about is the alcohol a drug testing clearing out the federal government to kick in on January sixth yes what happened in a work in the website crashed with that government setting of websites that don't seem to work I mean you go back member the day that the obamacare website rolled out and what are the bottle that was rated M. wasn't the the registry for the the DOT physicals that I don't know if that's still fully operational and brought that back to help but that does little side jobs that are you guys is yeah you need to get a hold all the drivers and get them to take care of this and register and all that and I kind of got into it with my boss my boss is the boss and they said we're not legally federally required individually register dash Nish clearing out it is by choice now if you go to hire date you ask your query as the employer and get my permission to go into the clearing where are clearing house and if you're not you have to register at that point but you know if you're going to retire from a company you don't intend on changing companies legally you do not have the right and and I can build my yelp my boss's boss in the city that year either make it big here you've heard a portion people they're a little bit where they don't legally after yours well it goes it's now company policy as okay but as I took in well one of the guys before in a team run last night got four guys out sick the fluids that brutal so and I ran one guy in shadow banner to computer learning center and we went the whole website crashed and date the FMCSA did put a statement out that said look into we can get this straight now the Steve Somers trucking wants to hire a lobster you use the power of the previous message when we get it up and running then you know after run lobsters through the the federal clearing house and all that kind of stuff so maybe get a chance I know freeways magazine at def put some of those statements out might be something to touch on the night very good yep that's it I had that is a part of my headline believe it or not yeah well I again next steps were a little side things that yeah between doing yard Jackie and the office work and so I will not use your call a girl Friday anymore I guess some guy Friday you know I get that through a little bit or whatever else is necessary and that kind of chasing down compliance with drivers on certain things it it gives my immediate boss a little bit of a break but it was interesting and when you get that big red thing up on the screen now this site is unavailable yeah that was it the title or something it says that you know you get that dead dead screen but you talk about that Steve welcome back and I I'm going to be polite again Dave did yeoman's work in your absence we I I actually called Dr so and we're good deal try to bury the hatchet it was in need of one of our heads older adults will and thanks thanks to Dave for fill in and I guess he's.

"nish" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"nish" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"On this week's cultural front line how to make beautiful music from animals and their habitats I've heard the by our family has a collective sound where the insects were in one frequency Nish the bridge to another area and I've heard it that way and you can just imagine that the animals are just like instruments in an orchestra mall from Bernie Krause the mastermind behind the great animal orchestra after the latest BBC knees BBC news with Danielle yeah look at Scott North Korea has carried out what it said was a crucial test its strength in its nuclear deterrence although Pyongyang did not say what was being assessed it's the second test in just a week at the Sir Hey satellite launch sites which North Korea said last year it would be permanently dismantled a corruption trial in the Sudanese capital Khartoum against the former president Omar al Bashir is reaching its conclusion a verdict is expected shortly Propertius supporters disrupted the process as the judge was about to announce his verdict his lawyers have described the trial as politically motivated protest is in the east Indian city of Calcutta angry about a controversial new citizenship low have attacked railway stations vandalize trains and blocked highways in the second day of protests the state's chief minister Mamata Banerjee a fierce critic off the new provisions has announced plans for protest rallies early next week negotiations at the U. N. climate summit in Madrid have been extended often officials failed to decide how to implements the twenty fifteen Paris agreement the talks which would you to and lays on Friday are deadlocked on a number of issues like financial support for poorer nations and father emission cuts Britain's newly re elected prime minister Boris Johnson is heading to the north of England today to visit places where his party won seats it had never held before support for Mister Johnson's policy in the heartland of the opposition labor party helped him achieve the largest victory for the conservatives for more than thirty years tens of thousands of people are expected to gather in the Italian capital Rome laser for what's expected to be the biggest money yet buy a new street protest group against the far right what's become known as the sardines movement has grown rapidly BBC news hello I'm Andrea Kennedy and you're listening to the program that explores the world we live in through the black and voices of all welcome to the cultural front line.

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Exit poll in Austria released by public broadcaster says ex-Chancellor Kurz leading snap election, far right slumps

Weekend Edition Sunday

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Exit poll in Austria released by public broadcaster says ex-Chancellor Kurz leading snap election, far right slumps

"Voters in Austria are electing new leaders today for months after a cash for contracts scandal right down the previous government Joanna could kisses reports the conservative people's party is expected to come in first in today's election and its leader thirty three year old Sebastian courts will likely return as chancellor courts could also team up with the far right Freedom Party which blew up his government in may yeah yeah yeah. the steam video emerged showing former leader and vice chancellor Heinz Christian Straka offering contracts in exchange for financial support to a woman posing as a rich Russian with ties to the Kremlin yet the Freedom Party hasn't lost much support and political scientist right hard high Nish says the very good in opposition ever used opposition courts is also considering partnering with the leftist

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