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"osher" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

08:16 min | 4 months ago

"osher" Discussed on KGO 810

"Osher Foundation, Ethics and accountability. Certainly two words that can be used to describe your late husband. Let's take we have a couple of questions from our Travers fellows. Let's begin with the first question and I'll have you respond after we hear what this young person has to say. Hi, Mrs McCain. My name is Katrina Bullock and I'm a third year at U. C. Berkeley, studying political science. My question for you is how do you think future leaders of America can work together to relieve bipartisan tension? That's a really good question. I'm glad she asked at. First of all, I love the fact that you go to Berkeley but I went to USC. So we are rivals, you know. Um, you know, uh, it's up to to to all of us that are my age in your age and others to leave the world a better place for those who are behind us who come in behind us. Unfortunately, I don't know what we've done that great a job this time, So it's up to these young people to take the helm and work together. Practice the things we have talked about within the generation but haven't done a very good job at and and work civilly with others. Fine civil discourse find The ability to to perhaps agree to disagree, But if we continue this screening match that's going on around the world, and I know everyone's familiar with it. We're never going to get anywhere. And I'm I have great faith in young people like your but your recent question, because I believe that they've had enough. I think they've seen what's happened with with all of this going on, and they have had enough and they're going to take charge down. I think that's a wonderful thing. It's really wonderful. You know what I think we've we see so much more activism among young people lately and whether it's the need to movement Black lives matter movement. Now a lot of people rallying around what's been happening the Asian Americans in the country But there was a period of time where there was so much I felt cynicism from young people about politics that they that many wanted to check out. I think a lot of people wanted to check out of all ages, but there is it seems a renewed sense of Commitment by young people who, after all, will drive our futures to be involved to be committed to causes and to make a difference. I know that must make you happy in which certainly make the senator very happy. Oh, yeah. You know, our next generation leaders are very important and no matter what field you may be in The truth is, we need you and we need people to be active, Maybe not in politics, but in in in areas that I do nonprofit work and other things like that. It's all very important. And I'm grateful that these young people are now pretty much standing up and saying, Okay, enough Now it's our turn. And we're going to do a better job at it. And I I'm just I've watched the same activism that you have with the black lives, Black lives, movement and the and all the other things that Happened in Phoenix was very, very tragically affected by a lot of this, and it's to me that had never occurred in Phoenix before to see activism to that degree, And even though there was some damage and things that occurred, it was wonderful that people were active and out there doing it and it was hot in those days. It was a No. This summer here. I was grateful for it. You know it's a great point, because, uh, While so many difficult things have happened the last year during the pandemic, An the silver lining is that they've gotten people out in the streets. Peacefully in the streets. Those people demonstrating and gotten people involved and really raised a lot of awareness and a lot of aspirational ideas among young people, and that's a very good thing. It is a It's an absolutely It's a marvelous thing. Because because for those of us who have tried our best, and we hope we made a little bit of a difference. Um then comes this generation that are truly engaged. And they they truly want to be a part of of making this country a better place, and I just It really warms my heart and my Children are included in that all four of mine are very, very active in their various areas, and what they you know what they what they do. Together. Well, let's listen to the second question now from our Travers, fellow Good afternoon. Mrs McCain. My name is Sarah, Mother of and I'm, a senior at U. C. Berkeley, majoring in political science and history. Your activism around equitable access to health care comes from your personal experiences. How can young people identify and advocate for issues that are important to them? Thank you so much. What I tell people that come to me and say I want to get involved. How do I do it? Well, the first thing I say to them is first of all, you have to do it from your heart. Whatever moves you It has to touch your heart because that drives you to be a part of whatever issue it may be whatever it may be. You have to be excited about it. You can't do it just to do it. And so I tell people find something. It doesn't matter what it is. You don't have to go to the bizarre places I wind up in or anything like that. Your own community needs you. So I remind everyone. First of all your It has to come from your heart, and that's a lesson Mother Teresa told me. Years ago was should you do it with your heart and so and and that and also realizing that if you do it, then people are going to follow people going to follow you into it or follow you through it or whatever it may be, uh, to to to help make change, And that's exciting. It's really exciting, but you can't You can't do it, because whatever issue it is, you can't do it because it may be the issue of the day. The fad. You know what I'm saying? You have to do it because you really believe it, And that's the most important part. That's an excellent take away. It has to be sincere has to be authentic. Uh, well, let me I want to turn to some of your activism before we wrap up. But prior to that, I want to talk about something else you talk about in the book that I think can be Helpful to a lot of people as you well know, we have an opioid crisis in this country and its devastating communities and families all over America only been getting worse. That's something you know about firsthand. Please tell us a little bit about that. And then your thoughts on what we need to do. Well, when this all began for me, I have the attitude that this will never bother me. That only happens in other neighborhoods or other other places, and as a result, opioid addiction is in every family. Whether you want to know whether you want to believe it or not. It's their addiction of some kind. Is there the miraculous thing that has occurred even though we have a serious issue is that people are beginning to recognize it's a disease. It's not an affliction when I was when I came forward with this years ago, uh, with the media and the people, you know the general public that well Oh, my God. She's crazy. She's she Who does that? You know, and they ashamed of me for it, and I was sick. I was really sick. So now we have an a media and the general public that are much more understanding of the fact that it is a disease and in shame plays no part in this. It should never be a part of anyone in the way that they deal with someone who has an addiction problem, and there are ways to get help. I tell every audience, I talked to their their ways you can help. Call me I will get help for you. Whatever. Whatever the issue, maybe. Um but But we're there for you. Those of us who walk the walk, were there. Were you surprised at how it at the power at hand over you. Oh, absolutely. I mean, addiction is a very cunning enemy. This is something that I was full blown addicted and my husband never knew because I was so good at hiding it from him. And And so it's things like that. I mean, it was it was, It was such over it overwhelmed my life, and it was my parents as I'm describing the book. My parents came to me and said there, they didn't know what it was. But he said, there's something wrong with you. Whatever it is, let us help you, and that was the best thing they could have done. I went cold Turkey Baton. Right? And the lesson is there's help, and there's a way out right?.

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The Rigor Of Transmedia Production

Topgold Audio Clips

03:29 min | 1 year ago

The Rigor Of Transmedia Production

"Hey. It's topcoats clips five, three four. Block on a busy July twenty, nine, twenty, twenty they about the rigor up producing contents. For creative media, students, Detroit animators, Enga- mark designers. Work Inside the Creative Campus Nick Glendale Ireland and I want to see if it's possible to set up lanes of academic depth. As well as to produce content on the fly with career students follow a rigor. Of expression. So. I start my rigor with words a word document that they can see that students can see in the form of a brief or mission objector. I use an Amazon model of not having more than two pages of my brace with hyper links. That goto examples of how the content might be done but start with tax, and actually that's how I started the blog post to with tex what you're hearing right now. Can Be, done text. Using transcription programs such as archer. Were audio. Bursts. The auditor Osher by product is always better than ninety percent for me when a use an external mic. I'm using the Mike Right. Now of the Samsung note nine and I'm not sure it'll be high enough quality to produces a transcript from the first go but you know this. It starts with words. In text form. Normally I have my students take those words and try to imagine how they might be presented as short clips of text information. Headlines titles. Key words, phrases, things that can be pushed out on twitter. Or on facebook or on Lincoln. And I tried to do that with all my semi compelling content. That could try to do that with every blog posts that I make on inside viewed I e. The. Point is this. Very few things you do. We'll get noticed if you don't offer them in places where people are already used. To read. Or to here to see. So, in today's world of socially connected people. Twitter facebook instagram linked in. Youtube. Those are all places that are common watering holes for for folks who are in my thought space. And most importantly. Most students have at least two those watering holes as places a look to see the spray Spiratou from folks that want to work with for jobs, they may want to get as creative interns or paid employees in the near future. So my goal is To get some form of process. which believe reaches the rigor of production. To put all this content in different media formats in different places. That's the rigor. And what I know is if I have students write some things down or sketch some notes out that they're gonNA end up with some really high quality learning on the back of it all. Is The kinesthetic to mention that seems to evolve. In other parts of my speaker content or on my blog, I've talked about offering people for different lanes of access to educational material starting with the techs. Access. Making sure. There are images or video clips. Allowing some of that stuff to occur live in HD format while also ensuring that there's an asynchronous method to rewind and play it back as slow or as fast as they want to. It's all part of the rigor of doing it right. You WanNa, follow my educational adventure using the Hashtag. Dig. PED- digital pedagogy. The PD you can check it out. I. Handle Top gold. That's me on all good social networks.

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"osher" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

Almost 30 Podcast

04:35 min | 2 years ago

"osher" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

"You talked to fifty cent or g Yuna are just sit. Hey. Like, I was supposed to be. Guys here for totally accidents higher time. Like I'm supposed to be in the building. And these are my seat. Oh, though, I don't occur people to sneak into places, and I don't encourage people to break any type of laws. I do encourage people to act as if it is already done in my mind. I was convinced. I was so convinced that I was getting in. I was so convinced I was walking his Rick carpet. I was so convinced I was gonna have seats and all of that manifest it. Now. The only thing I didn't see when I was visualized, and I didn't see us. I visualized and tell people what you visualize you materialize. So I'm very conscious of the visuals. I just let in my face has I- vibrated such a high frequency my manifestation process doesn't take long starts moving like lightning speed. So I'm like really conscious of it. Like the other day. I was in the store, and I was like she's that Camilla Vargas, I watched the show Queen of the south hartsdale show, and I was just like her. So I asked the lady in the store might were in Atlanta and. And she's just like, yes. Oh, excuse me. I am a huge fan of your show. And I don't get excited about celebrities. But I'm happy to meet you. And I said oh gosh. This is happening. Again. I watched something. And then I start manifesting the people. I was like watch out. Yes, I'm just very conscious of that. And from having an experience just working in the entertainment industry. I'm like okay here. They come. I know I just saw the most thing so time goes on and yeah that happened one time it was a kiss Osher or what? No kiss lips. No. We just ran down this. I never saw him again. Then yes is ran and kept going to give you a little taste, and she just wants them to ya. I want. How? Never shared this. When I'm talking about manifestation. There was a guy who is artists that I would say like in my college years that I had a crush on his name's net can be mentioned that. My sister me one day the middle sister Alcott, I see this guy area. He's like Sawyer type. And I was just like oh my gosh. I'm watching his video right now on TV and literally few weeks later, I'm Emma. So I'm headed to my store from Vegas from a buying trip. And I hear him on the radio, and I'm like doing Tallahassee next thing. You know, he's at my store, and I was oh Lord here at go visualize. Really really quickly. Yeah. Did you data? That's being. What's your exact title type? She's like, oh, he's your type like one hundred type. We're just gonna say tall, dark and handsome. Some. Back to the story. Time went on horse. We had to move out of shales place. I'm back to the car. And I'm like, you know, what's I've danced in the rain as, but then I started getting frustrated and respond start impressed writers because I've always been quote, unquote. And she ver- I don't wanna say. Yeah. And shaver so like middle school straight high school three point nine three college magnum Lodhi, and I'm like applied for hundred fifty three jobs. Nobody's take me like through this whole period of me being unemployed in not having a house. I was just like what is happening, and I parked widened park. I was just sat at a green light. And I was not moving and my mother calls, and she's just like off into the semi year across the country. And I sent my modest. I don't have the ball secure myself. I so on that note, you can calm down. I sit what I can't tell you in this moment. I'm exhausted. I'm. Like interior. She's framing I'm screaming. I'm like, I'm just exhausted. I don't see what I did wrong. And in that moment. That's when I just learned that life can just happen. It doesn't matter your background as a matter. Anything else things can just happen. And it's going to be up to you to figure out how you're gonna respond to it and pick up and move on..

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"osher" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

.NET Rocks!

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"osher" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"They would initiate the actual by saying this account has been closed now i want to move all the dancer osher and then make make it available to the customer by sending them an email saying he's linked to go and download yourself how can you solve the problem for us and said i can do several pock can use little code to solve the problem that we were even surprised ourselves not it would work out in the end so the idea was to use logic ops to pull the data from the server blob storage to store their pdf's then you stable storage which is extremely teeth to store the customer records or with scores sponde to the pdf and then customer account us is ray dvd see to allow these customers to log into this specific account and the date house and we set up a very as simple single obligation that with driven by ostra functions to drive the front end for the columnist logan and then go and cert said their documents using is your shirts these were all component it's that we pulled out from hajer and within it took a six days days one week three days another week all through espn appropriately icy in the customer walked in and said right let's go through the damn will discuss about that they were quite happy without so we're on the dam where i initiate the beauty quest and logic go and pick up the files that couldn't do glove storage sixty opera functions pan out to fetch the data constantly going to wait or sequence event and then within a minute we held the files there and we'll look into the side with a demo count and boo do a search for you know when was my last car payment and there were taken aback by only how simple it was but how little good together and the punchline obviously calms wedneday about the cost and.

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Syrian army cleaves rebel enclave in eastern Ghouta

02:30 min | 3 years ago

Syrian army cleaves rebel enclave in eastern Ghouta

"I'm rene monse good morning president trump held a rally last night in pennsylvania there's a special election there were the republican candidate is in a surprisingly tough rates also on the call ian guns in america we hear from threegun owners who've been thinking a lot about the role dense play in american life hollywood heavyweights donate a big bucks to start times off the campaign to fight sexual harassment in the workplace how that money is being spent and the breeder's the lie up that hit a big in the early nineties has recorded their first album in 25 years it sunday march xi two thousand eighteen news is next law from npr news at washington on trials snyder the syrian government assault on the rebelheld enclave of eastern gouda is continuing today with airstrikes in fierce fighting on the ground the two largest rebel groups in eastern kuta vowed to resist the army's offensive but the bbc sebastian osher reports they've lost more than half of the enclave's territory in the past couple of weeks of fighting the syrian government says it seized move in half of easton gouta in this ferocious threeweek assault moving one thousand civilians have already been killed that will more casualties of the night his as strikes continued despite residents taking refuge in that basements the most intense battles seems to be on the eastern edge of the area still under rebel control this is the stronghold of one of the two main rebel groups failed at a rough men part of the free syrian army there are reports that local leaders on the go sheeting and evacuation deal for one of the towns that feyler corrupt man has denied this vowing to fight on as the fighting in eastern gouda intensifies defense secretary james mattis as warning the syrian government against the use of chemical weapons mattis told reporters traveling with him in the middle east said he's aware of unconfirmed reports of the use of chlorine gas president trump took his message on his terrace he's planning to impose on steel and aluminum imports to pennsylvania steel country spoke last night in western pennsylvania at a campaign rally a moon township aimed at boosting the republican candidate in tuesday's special election for a house seat when we start running in can you believe it two years from now is going to be key america gray exclamation point cape america trump spoke about the.

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Syrian army splinters rebel enclave in Ghouta onslaught

NPR News Now

04:40 min | 3 years ago

Syrian army splinters rebel enclave in Ghouta onslaught

"Live from NPR News in Washington on Giles Snyder, the Syrian government assault on the rebel-held enclave of eastern Gouda is continuing today with airstrikes in fierce fighting on the ground. A two largest rebel groups in eastern Kuta vowed to resist the army's offensive. But the BBC Sebastian Osher reports save lost more than half of the enclave's territory in the past couple of weeks of fighting the Syrian government since it seized move in half of eastern Gutu in this ferocious, three-week assault move in one thousand civilians have already been killed. That will move casualties of the night, is as strikes continued despite residents taking refuge in that basements. The most intense battle seems to be on the eastern edge of the area still under rebel control. This is the stronghold of one of the two main rebel groups fighting back a rough men part of the free Syrian army. There are reports that local leaders on the go, She eighteen and evacuation deal for one of the towns that final. Rodman has denied this vowing to fight on as the fighting in eastern Gouda intensifies Defense Secretary James Mattis as warning the Syrian Government against the use of chemical weapons. Mattis told reporters traveling with him in the Middle East said, he's aware of unconfirmed reports of the use of chlorine gas President Trump took his message on his tariffs. He's planning to impose on steel and aluminum imports to Pennsylvania. Steel country spoke last night in western Pennsylvania at a campaign rally M moon Township aimed at boosting the Republican candidate in Tuesday's special election for a house seat. When we start running in, Can you believe it two years from now is drawing, Give me key America, gray exclamation by Keep America. Trump spoke about the tariffs amid international concern about how they would affect the global economy. He also sounded optimistic about his potential meeting with North Korea's leader. The house will vote this week on a school safety Bill drafted in response to the Parkland school shooting. The bill supporters say it could help prevent such violence as an Pierre Susan Davis reports. The stopped school Violence Act is the first action congresses taking since the February fourteen shooting at a Florida high school left seventeen dead. The legislation does not affect gun rights. It establishes a federal grant program to train students. Teachers and other school administrators had identify and intervene when an individual shows early signs of violence, The bill's chief sponsor, Florida. Republican Congressman, John Rutherford is a former Jacksonville Sheriff. He says, the bill is intended to stop violent attacks before they can occur Utah Republican. Senator Orrin Hatch has sponsored a similar bill in the Senate, but there is no vote scheduled there yet, Susan Davis, NPR News, the capital from Washington, You're listening to NPR News. Wall Street is heading into the trading week after a rally on Friday, Steve back Noor says, the Labor Department's report at three hundred thirteen thousand jobs were added to the US economy last month was welcome news on Wall Street. It seems rumors of the bull markets demise were premature following a week in which trade war fears caused heavy selling. Investors were relieved when President Trump softened his stiff tariffs on steel and aluminum, and they were thrilled by the employment report even though non-farm payroll surged and more people entered the labour force wage gains were moderate and that helped calm Wall Street fears of aggressive Federal Reserve interest rate hikes with Friday strong finish The DOW ended the week up by three and a quarter percent The S and P's higher by three and a half and the NASDAQ by more than four percent For NPR News. I'm Steve Bucknor and Beijing today lawmakers said China's annual session of Parliament. The National People's Congress approved constitutional changes that would abolish term limits on the presidency. Nearly three thousand hand-picked delegates approved the amendment the move would allow Xi Jinping to serve as president indefinitely moving to Japan which is marking today's seventh anniversary of the earthquake that said office, who NAMI the killed more than eighteen thousand people and caused a partial meltdown of the Pook Oshima nuclear power plant at the official ceremony in Tokyo today prime minister in Prime Minister Shinzo Ave said more than seventy thousand people remain displaced. I'm trial Snyder NPR News.

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Oscars 2018: "The Shape of Water" wins big at 90th Academy Awards

NPR News Now

04:40 min | 3 years ago

Oscars 2018: "The Shape of Water" wins big at 90th Academy Awards

"Live from NPR News in Washington on core of a Coleman Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu meets today with President Trump at the White House as NPR's. Daniel estern reports. Their meeting comes amid uncertainty surrounding Trump's Mideast, peace efforts, and the Israeli leader's own political future. The Trump administration has spent the last year working on a peace proposal for Israelis and Palestinians and says, it will present its proposal soon. But after Trump recognize the disputed city of Jerusalem as Israel's capital, The Palestinians have rejected A U S led peace process piece is not at the top of the agenda for Netanyahu's meeting today with Trump, They'll be focusing on the Iranian nuclear deal and Iran's military buildup in Syria a day before Netanyahu flew to Washington police questioned him in one of several corruption cases he's facing polls suggest about half of Israelis want him to resign, but his party still has a strong base of support. Daniel esturine NPR News. Washington United Nations convoys are bringing relief to the besieged enclave of eastern Gouta Syria. It's the first aid to reach the region since one of the deadliest government assaults opened on the enclave two weeks ago, the BBC Sebastian usher reports, aid workers hoped to deliver enough supplies for twenty seven thousand people. The convoy has only a couple of hours left of a five hour daily pools in fighting to get the aid to the main town of Duma and unload it. It's been a tortuous process even to get to this stage. It's only the second such delivery to Easton Gutu this year, And there were precious few last here. The UN has said that they planned to send in another convoy on Thursday with the rest of the aid. They prepared for some seventy thousand people. The BBC, Sebastian Osher students in West Virginia are out of school for the eighth day in a row today as teachers protest their wage levels in health benefits. The West Virginia Governor in state house had proposed a five percent wage increase. But NPR's Amy held reports. The state Senate did not agree. Great, and set a lower percentage wage increase the state Senate agreed to a four percent raise for teachers as well as service personnel in state troopers, They say the lower raise will potentially allow all state workers to get a bit more, But that just won't cut it said Dale Lee president of the West Virginia Education Association. All public schools in West Virginia be closed again on Monday and remained closed until the Senate honors. The agreement that was made the governor has already agreed to the five percent raise and so has to house Now with the impasse It is unclear when West Virginia's two hundred seventy seven thousand students We'll get back to class, Amy held NPR News in Congress. Lawmakers are expected to vote on a major rewrite. A financial industry rules. This week is aimed at scaling back rules for medium-sized and smaller banks. The rewrite of the Dodd-Frank law appears to have supportive several Democrats in the Senate. This is NPR. The ninety th Academy Awards have wrapped up with the film, the shape of water being the big winner of the night, including winning Best Picture and peers. Andrew Limbong has more on the surface. The ship of water doesn't seem like your stereotypical Oscars contender is the John her movie with both fantasy and horror vibes. Neither of the Leeds talk and it's about Inter Species romance. But Director, Guillermo del Toro told the audience that these kinds of movies are exactly the kind of movies that speak to re-live issues and encourage others to make them everyone on his dreaming of a Wall of using John. Our founders, The dollar stores are ugly. Things are real in the world today gun door. This is a door ticket, open uncommon. The movie also picked up three other wins director, production design and original score in Jhelum among NPR News. Other Oscar winners include Frances McDormand his best actress four three billboards outside of being Missouri. Best Actor Gary Oldman for darkest hour, Best Supporting. Actress Allison Janney for I Tania and best supporting actors and Rockwell 4-3 billboards outside ebbing misery. Hundreds of thousands of people remained without power from Virginia to Massachusetts. The outages come after a destructive winter storm on Friday. The Associated Press says that nine people have died because of the storm. Coastal flooding remains a danger from Delaware up to main The National Weather Service has announced a separate set of warnings for the Northern Plains. A powerful storm system is bringing blizzard conditions from parts of North Dakota, South through Nebraska. I'm Korver Komen NPR News.

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"osher" Discussed on The Overwhelmed Brain

The Overwhelmed Brain

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"osher" Discussed on The Overwhelmed Brain

"Do the dan let me tell you about get out of the most dot com i talk about osher every now and then she's an independent associate for legal shield in she will help you connect with a service if you're in the us or canada this service is really cool i pay about twenty 24 i think we pay 24 montgomery family plan i think we're on the family plan and i'll what it does is it connects she with a law firm and this law firm i will answer your questions i mean this is for some phenomenal we low rate as opposed to like two hundred fifty an hour to ask a lawyer questions take up a lawyers time this is a specific law firm that assigned to you and your state are province that you can call any time in just ask questions it's very very handy i've used them several times my girlfriend has used them a multitude of times it just becomes a great way to keep yourself protected and um you know with so many things nowadays were people just become litigious for no reason her seemingly no raise epic the reasons money i mean they just become litigious 'cause they want something firm you they want to get money out of you're out of the system or whatever it's nice to how someone on your side someone that thumb maybe you wouldn't have been able to afford to have at your beck and call whenever you needed them that's what this does you whether you've got some sort of legal.

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"osher" Discussed on The Overwhelmed Brain

The Overwhelmed Brain

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"osher" Discussed on The Overwhelmed Brain

"Thank you for listening to another episode of the overwhelmed the brain i wanna bank troy choice says i hear all the people thanking you and your podcast may sound so heartfelt in meaningful but here's one more thanks so much you help me find what i needed and i'm thankful you helped so many and me as well i'll make sure you get as much value from my membership as i have taken away from your show an extras it's definitely a hell yeah moment from your last podcast i think he's talking about the patron membership thank you so much troy i appreciate you thank you for writing those words that that is very heartfelt i appreciate that so much and thanks for being a supporting member in the patron program and i want to thank uh i to interviewer lola four four six seven they say paul thank you so much for your podcast it's saved my week from having a bad week you changed completely my perspective about breakup you are amazing you are amazing low of four four six seven anna interesting used talk about breakup i just talked about that in the first segment of this episode so i hope you get something from them as well thank you and i appreciate you taking the time to uh write that that means a lot to me and i wanna thank osher with get out of the mess she is there to let you know if this service called legal shield is right for you she answers your questions about it and um she's not there to sell you she just there to tell you what it's all about so give our call six seven eight three five five eight seven seven seven or go to get out of the mess dot com shall answer all your questions and if you like it she can connect you with it she's an independent representative four legal shield anna she knows quite a bit about itself giver call six seven eight three five five eight seven seven seven and i wanna thank members of the patron program thank you for those of you supporting the show at patron dot the overwhelmed brain dot com.

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"osher" Discussed on The Rack Radio Show

The Rack Radio Show

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"osher" Discussed on The Rack Radio Show

"The violate ju ruler i'll the xfl is returning is a wonderful idea american football has always been two way to flashing osher of this new model the new more refined and wholesome beginning for the sport bravo outfits mcmahon hashtag xfl 2020 a are any so now we're gonna do the not so happy happy that eyeing and i throw it in first charcoal for only k prepare cliche and into it but are linked than ever better late than never of like before the bell rings i got up click on the teacher i've got my some of them a totally wasn't doing my homework during the during the announcements in the rollcall not a thing uh so cheers in the the year is 2020 the exits l championship game it is the las vegas outlaws verses roman reigns now this will be what gets of overstates vince but man from the production truck as kevin none nods in the background different speak man could make that happen would be something made the team called the roman empire actually they could stick it in rim georgia flee to sign the rome romans now no takers fine screw you all are we we your free with you we agreed god unless of course mesh speakers meat themselves did the did thank you sky can you hear of male okay knocking area there you go live radio we responded directly to you so and what was the response because i did not hear the response so magath later response i don't remember what the response was the rome rome's roman all right there yeah though the rome robbins laigo sanal into the not too and here i mean it was worth the response anyway by want uh so happy funky from the store who was reported earlier this week the uh enzo maury has been accused of sexual assault while rusting entertainment at that point suspended mr enzo more and then the daily.

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"osher" Discussed on Touré Show

Touré Show

01:42 min | 4 years ago

"osher" Discussed on Touré Show

"Actually think that post should be an article and we talked a darno moore who has than one of the um um coq curator of the feminists wire and he's like we can host it and so she wrote this long article myself opel dr now and i think a couple more people were editing it working on it and then she put it out and that was the love story the the her story of black lives matter and it was an intervention to say who created it it was an intervention are also around up the politics of black lives matter that we were a movement that was about all black lives and not just some and it was a uh that the story that as we understood it m it was a story that we felt was necessary to bring to the forefront because we know if we don't our own history i will get written out of it and so that was a very important intervention and from there we start the global network we were like okay this momentum people are in it people are using black lives matter let's take this of them as a moment to say we a global network let's build out a chapter system and now we have forty chapters across the globe a was reading your book when they call you a terrorist of black lives matter memoir which is extraordinary thing cool written with osher been daily and you know you're saying in the book opel a leafy and i never wanted or needed to be the center of anything we were purposeful about decentralizing our role in the work but neither did we wont or deserve to be erased i could tell you it was painful to watch the story of black lives matter told without us but the truth is that it was in raging and.

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"osher" Discussed on The Overwhelmed Brain

The Overwhelmed Brain

02:05 min | 4 years ago

"osher" Discussed on The Overwhelmed Brain

"Advice legal guidance osher calls it a legal legal insurance plan and she would go without medical insurance before that so that says a lot you can reach oursix seven eight three five five eight seven seven seven or go to get out of the messcom and i wanna thank the patron members for supporting this show i just saw someone joined the patron program thank you lori for joining i appreciate you you know the patron members are great support system for the show it helps us pay the bills which is the you know the financial part you have to pay the bills and keep going but i like to give an return to so they get private episodes workbooks and work sheets and also email coaching which are a lot of people take advantage of and i appreciate all of you connecting with me through the patron program thanks again and whether you're a patron or not i wanna thank you if you've purchased one of my books are work sheets are use the amazon link on the website the amazon link is the easiest way to give back so if you've been listening four a day or two days or even three days or months or years use that amazon link every time you shop your shopping habits are making a difference thank you so much and finally thank it a kevin mcleod of incompetencecom for some of the music transitions in the overwhelmed brain all right a close the show i'm gonna talk about uh something we sort of hit on of i would say definitely hit on today which is a infidelity come i have a article on my blog called uh infidelity and overlooked warning sign and healing in the aftermath i wrote at leica what two years ago and it is one of the most popular blog articles uh aside from the how to deal with the rational people article and i have like i dunno seventy something comments on this infidelity article and i had a comment recently uh from someone who stated that people who follow their intuition because of the articles about when you sense something.

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"osher" Discussed on Pardon My Take

Pardon My Take

02:00 min | 4 years ago

"osher" Discussed on Pardon My Take

"Close to be an even right now if not exactly even we think about that i'm not paying attention would anyone i'll says but my own brain vega says it has even on okay trust your brain as well they say osher own brain um artless to explain tank i'll with one jim boxes were made me laugh it also has to do with rowdy this kid says last night i was watching all the rough rowdy prefight videos which gummy all excited for some 15th however that night i was dreaming that i was in a boxing match myself i ended up waking myself and my girlfriend up i absolutely obliterating her lamp by punching the shit out of it i was totally asleep and i shouted the lamp in fucked on my hand yet you should see the other guy that lamps faulk town hall men actually punching a light is pretty sweet yeah that's as you addicts you get that could crunch with the glass and then a yet the visual effect of all the late in the room to razor like that's pretty cool that's actually kind of bad us like hege i'm fighting in my sleep what are you doing sleeping nonfighting art explained hanks what color is a mirror faulk what the fuck inc yo silver why silver silver it no it's not silver yet silver it's whatever colour you hold up against it notes silver so so what is it white is every caller oh my dad i asked that the trip chamber of getting out to grass tyson look i'm in the trip chamber right knocking a man that's a really tough you're like i just clincy into another dimension right now because asked i question guide him and he could look at a mere silver final answer all right uh howard calories a calculated into food oh god it's has to do with like energy energy take howes oil here issue is resolved if you let it on fire how much fire would it make right exactly k cal that's when you want to sound like a nutritionists and our why is also the in california on fire in like why i like i know it's like four spiral the iron outlive arriving white wire people driving in the middle of guys ronald get it's all his it's all the in and out.

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"osher" Discussed on Erin Burnett OutFront

Erin Burnett OutFront

01:42 min | 4 years ago

"osher" Discussed on Erin Burnett OutFront

"Let's go to osher angop of former fbi special agent a mark preston our senior political analysts astra how damaging is this development we find out that the guy who is leading the hillary clinton email investigation not only turned down lording significantly but then was on the muller investigation and was saying negative things about trump yeah i think laura had it right this is bad for optics it's you never want to give uh uh anyone in the outside the appearance that the fbi is biased at all well one of the things that they train you very strongly the emphasize all the time is that perception is reality and you always have to maintain the utmost objectively so you know i think the changing of the language you know it was changed to actually reflect what the lee what was the final conclusion and komusin lawyer and he he wanted it to be accurate and and it was at accurate based on what he was saying but yeah it doesn't it doesn't help muller's case that that this agent was on there and has this history right and mark you know look this has got to be music to the president's ears right he has repeatedly called this investigation a witchhunt lest you forget here he is this rusher thing with trump and russia is made up story at the entire thing has been a witchhunt there's been no collusion no obstruction in virtually everybody agrees to that russia story is a total fabrication it's just so excuse for the greatest loss in the history of american politics.

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"osher" Discussed on AppleInsider Podcast

AppleInsider Podcast

01:30 min | 4 years ago

"osher" Discussed on AppleInsider Podcast

"Now let's keep in mind the hundred thousand module's two per day by the end of two thousand seventeen doesn't necessarily mean quality approved module's as just yield rego here's some module's running through your tests and accept what you accept well now obviously they have to be functionally do some quality check non osher oh yeah i mean i'm sure they're functional but this has been historically a thing with apple like will you'll get say one hundred thousand of the widget they need for their new product apple will take half of them and the other half of them will go somewhere in if everyone remembers back to each piece tablet initiative the engineers lamented the fact that they were stuck with apple castoffs right so i'm curious to see what happens with this factory more parks end up going forward historically sony was the provider of cameras for for iphone cameras for a long time and so what the sounds like me is both apple not being tied to a single supplier and also trying to meet the the greater demand that they forecast yeah apple talks a lot about multiple supplier avenues for things and they say because they don't like being stuck with one supplier but i think some of the reality of the situation is when you're looking at these kind of volumes on a single component i think that you can really challenging really strain a single supplier for any given thing while on the flip side of that is what happened with thumb imagination where apple was the primary customer and when the primary customer decides they no longer need you there goes your business.

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"osher" Discussed on Game of Thrones The Podcast

Game of Thrones The Podcast

01:30 min | 4 years ago

"osher" Discussed on Game of Thrones The Podcast

"Like let's say stand as get only iron thrown yeah well it's a worse time right i think now is probably the best time friday like leg maybe instead like him instead of this night business you should go to a shy you know where some red robes do some shadow baby training find some dude and the tavern that's that that that that the likes year and then that's that's the path forward but yeah i i feel like um that would be that that i worry that it's going to be a source of friction between cat in brienne that like you know brands are gonna be wanna let off the chain and and and cat not because she needs her as a servant because she generally concern for is like no nine as at the time speaking of confusing names people come to not bran not braun but brand and they're asking for things and he gives them what they need sir roger iq thin bus into the great hall aaron winter fell and says torrance squares under seige and the day decide to send a whole bunch of men to defend the area brann asks osher about the three at raven afterward he's he's apparently been dreaming about it and he's also dreaming about the sea crashing into winter fell which is i think the second piece of the puzzle which to me says winter fell is should be worry about theon yeah because they have now done essentially what theon was implying what happened is they sent a bunch of their troops to take back torn square right.

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"osher" Discussed on The Read

The Read

01:39 min | 4 years ago

"osher" Discussed on The Read

"And in that time of the month just makes it worse lay could be another few days or a week before you go back to normal mouthing was like if this whole him it was it was not pregnant and she's if she said that she's not pregnant i'm just think i feel inclined the believer right like you would know right you know at an uterus more than i will it rowan be the point of saying you're not pregnant if you know you're pregnant by february riot it is doesn't right now that justifies logic and it wasn't like she looked nine months pregnant wasn't like brandy was around your rhode island it looks like it may have been like a little baby bomb grim could him innovative luck could have been you had a bunch of pope worth it could have it so friendlies just let me know that she is pregnant with nothing okay but a love for queen of the night um osher oh okay asan at a think about it so uh usher apparently responded to the civil lawsuit that he got smacked across the genitals with last month twenty million dollars in fact by an anonymous woman who's accusing him of infecting her with the herpes that we've all been discussing recently here might right um and ushers response he's uh reportedly claiming that uh the the alleged victim has no proof that she was infected by him she could have been infected before after the encounter.

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"osher" Discussed on Pop Culture Affidavit

Pop Culture Affidavit

02:07 min | 4 years ago

"osher" Discussed on Pop Culture Affidavit

"Into earth's what's left of earth civilization and there's a lot of strife and again like these are heavy things for a television show for cartoon right that children children would watch you had like essentially a lot some some stuff about um in a really race relations things and maxim mira if if i'm gonna go with shipping and couples of this stuff maximir probably my favorite couple on the show osher because i love miria as a character because she such a bad ass yeah ed how she sneaking around the uh the stf one as a spy be she feels like she's been dishonored because yogi beat her battle but he didn't kill her and he's he's going to find him get her avenge and di fight each other video gave it its death ed edward i find funnier like little bits and pieces of how they look at human culture and since there so used to combat they don't they don't grasp the concept of of entertainment pleasure so like the one episode were um the kyle in mid mayor in the movie as a kung fu via these like shooting bullets at of his hands are like they could do that fuddy funny stuff but it i realized that a but i really maximir probably my second favorite like pair of of characters because because he such the hotshot she's just it's the two rivals coming together in that in that sort of way that i always love seeing mice a great care dicuss leica over is it is like one of the few cares who looks like he's from an animated with his blue hair via of but he's he's a very nice appleby guy he's like an amazing fighter pilot and it's implied that like he soak it because he's really good if you knew games like mike near the of the series though he he's he's always a fancy for use my use mum brothers favorite and uh he's he's one that like i care it's gonna see can kind of you know developed in that sort of in the background throughout the series.

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"osher" Discussed on Thompson & Trudell

Thompson & Trudell

01:47 min | 4 years ago

"osher" Discussed on Thompson & Trudell

"A guy who might he might get tired of losing gem maybe i need a change of scenery what this was always my thing with jerry west when he was running the lakers and really wherever if jerry west called me proposed a train and i'm just saying 'no because i know he knows more about it than ideology yeah ability i've they say hey i think in got this player what do you think about this guy you'd like him right now at the world a yeah but i know the you know something i notice on a on a hang up the phone now face jerrianne habits down to a scott as an exactly right i will change for a second when we come back and i want to talk a little bit about the nfl and in particular michael vix comments about colin kaepernick in here and just trying to walk back a little bit he's china is trying to clarify perhaps in his and mic point i want to get your thoughts on what he said about khan cabinet will do that next thompson entered l espn on thompson and trudell espn la put lawns oh side for just a second get back to lawns oh it's all on so all the time that's all it matters now zone had osher laws on the dodges on through se football when they start a for about the ramsar up my rambus radio he ought to see what happens with jared gough yes we're at all is this year if you've got a quarterback there will be will be interested did you happen to watch anything know the answer this maybe i'll i'll ask you guys this is i take as a jerry gana up in a goal of state in the family will now thought it was a skateboarding really think she's cheered getting the weight room is not a real muscular guy did did any guys watch the amazon series all or nothing but i missed that i wanted to see them they missed that is it is a hard knocks it's yes it's it's same thing is that a training camp it's over the course of the whole sosas not on tv it's on amazon at streaming so you can stream it at home computer your ipad or whatever gates i finished it the other day it's fantastic vehicles amee episodes seven something like that they're.

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"osher" Discussed on The Ryen Russillo Show

The Ryen Russillo Show

01:40 min | 4 years ago

"osher" Discussed on The Ryen Russillo Show

"It also got nasty osher what was the war the worst moment win it almost maybe even king the blow all couple times one time they brought us in the office we'll have a couple of times i think the worst one which has chronicled in the movie is when we were going to good indianaforgame six thembapacersknicks series i believe was in 2000 they played a lot soi may have mig by was game six knicks were they were probably down they were up three to puppy lost so as a maybe 2000ami didn't want to go on the airplane to get indiana playing a kanso had a ethical to washingtonandmike didn't want to go because it was a different scenario coach said for sclasstalbotandi got all annoyed honor now we're not gonna wanna remote mike is you don't want to stop and change plans in dcnowi do a lot of things that draw my crazy tube it is the one i'm gonna pick out since yonder guest opicmike wanted that one of the mike dinner and mike didn't want to go sweden the going and that for whatever the reason really bother me for a period of time so as result i picked danmike a lot in those next two months specifically with scottiepippen who he loved who was on a trailblazers at the time and april that series of lakersif you never quicker engineersvote at at at a nineteen they like a thirteenpoint lead early liberals yeah that a chance they should have one for hip did nothing in a game and i did make about pippenandi'mtanya right then that threemonth period i did not think we are going to make it andi was what 910 years in our relationship nowi'm not going to tell you at this the movie chronicles it soi won't go into detail but that period right tariff what was the worst.

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"osher" Discussed on Game of Thrones The Podcast

Game of Thrones The Podcast

01:34 min | 5 years ago

"osher" Discussed on Game of Thrones The Podcast

"Who knows right i mean on the extreme level analysis like i you know i've been parts of the groups or sometimes like i could see some some person freeze framing and leg calculating how fast the pieces design these removed when they got cross the barrier and would tell you how many kila jewels of magical force it was brief but in the end of this like this you know that works in star trek in star wars i don't know that in even star wars it doesn't really work for calculating the force right soul idol i don't know like maybe they'll be something that that that answers all this may begin would be kinda cool of that it ends up being a strategy i got his come of that at the top of my head but like what if the white walker show up with dry tribute as loaded up with dead horses and dudes and they get flung the other side and just start their like living missiles i'd be kinda cool yeah i don't i honestly can't answer the question it's hard to even speculate because magic i thought it was pretty amazing seen osher talking about the gods and other talking and how the brand dismissed it is only the wind rate win seemed like the first thing i thought of as his interactions with his father like you know our joy at the tower of joy in the the the three i'd raven said well it's it's just the wind will you put our season one hat back on that kind of is very internally conclusive proof that no no he's actually having a real effect on on what's going on in the past seems like an could be i mean the the usage of the words identical.

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