35 Burst results for "PSA"

Transformation, Healing Thru Poetry

Los Compas Lounge: a PSA for Brown Men

02:03 min | 2 weeks ago

Transformation, Healing Thru Poetry

"I don't hate people anymore. I used to hear people even even racist white people to lose like they're just ignorant in. They have problems in their heart. You know and and it goes out to see. Where's your humanity. And and how could we connect and love each other. So what what what. I learned to my own experience. Dealing dealing with my own demons was two things i see. My life was poetry learning to love myself. that's what saved me to change and transform myself and forgive whoever has hurt me an extra. Forgive me forgive forgiveness for me hurting boy did i love for me now. The that i do. I do it out of love. And how could i help. People transform and become conscious human beings. And that's what i try to do. A lot of public speaking. And i do with People that are from the gangs drug addicts homeless to people would would widow walsea. Doctors lawyers teachers professionals. Because we all need I took has so. We're all wounded. And how do we help wound. Help heal that wound. So when i try to do it. I try to go deep into the soil. I unless this is a lot of autry for heating and and it's interesting. Because i think poets and i consider myself a poet. We're magicians will were. Were were alchemist.

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American Airlines to Resume Hiring Pilots This Fall

Aviation News Talk podcast

01:46 min | Last month

American Airlines to Resume Hiring Pilots This Fall

"But we have more stories of airline hiring in episode one forty two back in march twenty twenty one at the beginning of the pandemic. We've talked about how people training to become. Airline pilots would probably see their plans. Pushback a couple of years but that they should keep working on their certificates and building hours. And now we're seeing that recovery. American airlines according to the story from dallas news dot com is starting to hire pilots again for the first time since the pandemic began. It says american airlines will start hiring pilots again. This fall hoping to add nearly nine hundred aviators by the end of two thousand twenty. Two american said it plans to recall all formerly furloughed pilots back to active status by the end of the summer as well. Americans plans call for hiring about three hundred new pilots by the end of the year in double that number in twenty twenty two trying to make up for the thousand pilots who have retired due to age or who took early retirement during the pandemic. It's pilot plan. Comes as airlines boost schedules in anticipation of the strong summer. Flying season kovic vaccination distribution and fatigue from the virus have traveled buying tickets at levels not seen since before. The pandemic hiring pilots is stark. Change from just a few months ago. When american airline was threatening to furlough more workers without additional government payroll support including eighteen hundred and fifty pilots. The carrier also plans to honor its job offers to pilots hired before the pandemic. But who never made it into training or an american airlines cockpit. The sudden demand for new pilots could put a strain on regional airlines where those pilots are now employed about half of new pilots. American come from one of its regional airlines including envoy. Psa in piedmont. American said it will coordinate with its wholly owned subsidiary regional airlines to make sure the pipeline of new pilots doesn't disrupt flying

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Mother's Day Picks we Love (April's Eco Picks)

Good Together: Ethical, Eco-Friendly, Sustainable Living

02:26 min | 2 months ago

Mother's Day Picks we Love (April's Eco Picks)

"Mother's day is just around the corner friendly. Psa it's on. Sunday may ninth and besides being a great reminder to celebrate the most important women in your life it is also a day when we as consumers spent a lot of money in this episode. Laura and i share our favorite. Apple's echo product fines and give you creative ideas for waste free and planet. Friendly mother's day gives aura. Hey how's it going good ed. I'm excited to do another of our favorite kind of episode serious right our eco-friendly peaks in products. And right now. We are in april and the where lesin a month away from the second biggest holiday of the year. i guess after christmas of course It's mother's day and yeah just wanted to share you guys know me a whenever we talk about this high spending holidays. I love to share with you. Some data numbers and are on average. According to national regional duration. People up lending spent two hundred and five dollars. Mondays ski gifts and celebrations. So that's that's not a little for a of the us and so there's going to be a lot of spending and is a reminder. Every dollar he spent is a vote for the kind of world. You want to leave it. So let's get into alfred products curated by laura. Yeah and i feel like mother's day. I mean it's just totally depending on your family like how much you celebrate it growing up. I think we we did more for my mom what i was like at home. But i'm excited to you know. I always love to send flowers that are from eco-friendly brands. We talk about that a little bit. But we're also gonna talk about like some ruffy physical stuff. So yeah you want to get a start at liza. Yeah starting without favorite pedagogy. You guys are ready. It's kitchen so yeah one of the things that i have been really experimenting with this year is trying to defend olive oils You know we're cooking oil especially extra virgin olive. Oil is extremely extremely healthy. You can actually cook with it pretty much anything unless you like deep frying their this kind of a myth that you know obviously you. You should not be using it. It's very high temperatures but actually most of the day to day cooking. You're not using this Extremely high temperatures at you cannot use olive oil and again oil extroversion. Wine is one of the most Healthy olive oil auctions. You can

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Understanding Hesitancy Is Key In Changing Minds About COVID Vaccine

Post Reports

01:41 min | 2 months ago

Understanding Hesitancy Is Key In Changing Minds About COVID Vaccine

"Aerial plotnik is an audio producer for the post and she spoke to leana muhammad about these efforts to better understand vaccine. Hesitancy researchers want to know who are the people who are hesitant. And where does that skepticism come from. And how can public health officials change people's minds and get them comfortable with getting a vaccine and that's where this group the ad council comes in. They've released this. Psa that takes a strategy. That is somewhat surprising. I wanna start actually playing some tape. The covid nineteen vaccines become available. You might be asking yourself. Should i get it. And if i do blood be able to go about life without putting my family at risk. You've got questions and that's normal. The fact is the vaccines are safe and effective. They're going to save lives to get the latest on the kobe. Vaccines visit get vaccine answers dot. Org because getting back to the moments we miss starts with getting informed. It's up to you. I thought it was interesting that they've acknowledged that like you've got questions and that's okay. I feel like we don't normally hear that. I thought that was interesting too. When i first heard this ad i in that it as it's up to you to your part you need to get this vaccine to save humanity and our health reporter. Dante thought the same thing to now. When i first heard that. I thought oh that make sense. It's up to you it's up to you aerial. It's up to me. Dan like we have to do our part to get vaccinated. But when i asked the ad council about that they said no no. It's not about individual responsibility as much as acknowledging hesitancy.

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"psa" Discussed on Who Invited Her?

Who Invited Her?

04:15 min | 2 months ago

"psa" Discussed on Who Invited Her?

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Spectators From Overseas Are Barred From Tokyo Olympics

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:40 sec | 2 months ago

Spectators From Overseas Are Barred From Tokyo Olympics

"Of the corona virus. The Tokyo Olympics will bar Spectators from outside of Japan. About a million tickets have already been sold abroad. So the Tokyo Organizing committee now has that ache of arranging refunds. IOC President Thomas Bach Toe respect the PSA priorities. That means that you will have and we will have Toe take difficult decisions. The Tokyo Games begin in July. They were originally scheduled for last year, but delayed because of the pandemic.

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Cloud Contact Centers and the 'Real World' with Julien Rio From RingCentral

The CX Hustle Podcast

03:29 min | 4 months ago

Cloud Contact Centers and the 'Real World' with Julien Rio From RingCentral

"I want to sort of starting to i. Guess your all the mind in terms of ringcentral because ringcentral is obviously in business and provide software for coal centers Tell me a little bit. And this is by no means an ad for ringcentral. Because we don't do that here at six central bet. I am intrigued because there is so much interesting in cloud software at the myron. And that's really the backbone. I guess if you products how are you saying things apply out in the cloud context amok it. I i i love that you say contact center really the word i'm gonna use nuts coal center Simply because i feel like in twenty twenty one of course is still incredibly important. But it's more than that. There's just more than than coal. And i also love the fact that you talk about cloud because i mean this pandemic has made it very clear you need the cloud you need to be able to work remote. You need to be able to manage your contact center your entire. it system. Anyway you need to be able to manage it remotely And what used to be convenience in the past now it's just a necessity So as you mentioned yes ringcentral. We are company that was born in the cloud. So i do believe five hundred person in the power and the necessity of cloud And that's a trend that's just keeps growing yesterday. Yeah absolutely we ringcentral. i mean what. Where do you say because as a call center practitioner. Now it seems to me like every different wake there is. A new cloud context vendor. That just comes out of nowhere. And he's trying to so advertises a very crowded marketplace and a lot of it he's potentially just rebranded coal platform underneath people white labeling it and doing all sorts of we'd multiple stuff for ringcentral. I mean. give me the bit of the story. I guess about how you guys came out. Psa ringcentral is a company that was originally born for the u. market so you would be unified communication as a service right so born in the cloud later late nineteen And it has been for so many years Leader of the metric quadrant of gartner. For this you cast product so when you talk you. Can you talk about a video. Conferencing you talk about a cloud. Pbx meaning the phone system and you talk about t- messaging oldest messaging software that we use internally within the company. That's what it was known for for so many years And a few years ago. Seven eight nine years ago. I don't have the dates in in mind right now with started to contact centers. Well because connect senator is is ios. Aside of communication is great to have internal with you need to have x. no communication as well and so many players you mentioned that his credit market so many players nowadays actually starting to do both internal and external communication so for ringcentral. We started working on this many years ago. All originally in the cloud no on prem. We really believe in the power of cloud from day one and what's interesting about my personal background is actually join four years ago. A company a french company called de mello That created a remarkable Tech for digital contact centers and this company got acquired by ringcentral. And that's how i got into into the bigger. The bigger company that is ringcentral today is through this acquisition of this fantastic technology that he's now one of our major products entering

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Psycho Cycle

Los Compas Lounge: a PSA for Brown Men

04:47 min | 5 months ago

Psycho Cycle

"We decided that it'd be in your best interest if we put you somewhere where you can get the help that you need and go. Wait what are you talking about. We decided my best interest. How do you know what my best interest is. How can you say what my best interest is. I went to your schools. I went to your churches. I went to your learning institutional learning facilities. So how can you say. I'm crazy crazy. Everybody's crazy crazy driving me crazy. Stick me in institutions. Said was the only solution to protect me for my worst enemy myself. Yeah that's a great role Now it's like you know a lot of times people they just keep doing the same thing over and over and they just expecting different results. You know it's like it's just go through a cycle you know and it's like okay here we go again you do it. And maybe things will be different and non. They end up the same result. It cycle you end up blaming somebody else or look at me. I did everything you told me to do. Or or try to walker or a line and then fell off a fucking. Why what's the point in trying to get excited psycho cycle man. You know like you know it's like a psychopath. You're you're doing what everyone tells you to do. Because that's the way it has to be done. You doing things the way the society tells you to do because that's the only way to fit in. That's the only way to be but you know what what if it doesn't fit you. You know what if what you keep on doing isn't showing the results that everyone else is saying is going to happen and it starts messing with. You starts messing with your mind. Starts messing with your body starts messing with your friendships. It starts messing with. Your family. Starts messing with your money you know. Where are you at your the people around or making you insane. Because it's not working for you or or rather in know that's definitely one way to look at it but also the country has at some point. You're responsible for your own actions and your own behaviors. At some point. You have to learn that you have to take that leap you have to grow and be able to Take control your life. I totally understand that. Maybe he didn't have the tools and the developmental support. Not maybe you were in an abusive family abusive relationships or whatever. The situation is i totally get it. I mean i know plenty of people to see plenty of people in your cycle to well. I know people in my experience where yes. They came from abusive Families and maybe they dropped out in junior high or whatever it is and they didn't have those tools and support networks at all and you talk to them now. They're stuck in junior high. Mander mentality is totally stuck in. Junior is just kind of say. Hi doing and you just move on. But at some point dot person if they're able to wake up from where they're at and realized that he. I need to do something today to grow and improve myself or to break. That cycle cyclic. Behavioral situation. We're talking about here in. That's the first man. Because if you're too far gone then you're basically clinically insane right. You know that's where we're talking about In terms of doing the same thing expecting different results. That's the definition of of insanity. But we have folks that that we all grew up with There at that border where they're using this as a crutch or an excuse to say You know a do all these great deans. And i'm still a failure. Poor me poor me you know and and and blame everybody but exactly and that's what i'm talking about. I think this podcast episode is really about that. It's like get your head out of your behind give yourself a slap in the face. Take a shot of some coffee or some grownup pills or something and way got

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Combine Chrysler, Fiat, Peugeot and You Get Stellantis. Stella-What?

Wall Street Breakfast

01:51 min | 5 months ago

Combine Chrysler, Fiat, Peugeot and You Get Stellantis. Stella-What?

"The merger between fiat chrysler. Automobiles peugeot began trading. Today under the name still lantis shares rose as much as seven point seven percent and milan where the ticker s. t. la replaced fiat chrysler symbol. While the stocks also gained in paris where the company listed in place of peugeot the fourth largest automaker in the world by volume will also trade on the nyse under ticker symbol. T. la instead of fca you. What kind of name is that. The automaker said it draws from the latin words still meaning to brighton with stars while that may be better suited for a space company. The latin root reflects the combined companies french and italian heritage. The hopes brands house. Understa lantis include pujo. Ciro in ds opel vauxhall alfa romeo fiat lancia dodge jeep chrysler ram and a barth. It'll utilize fiat's ramen. Jeep divisions in north america revitalized peugeot citron brands dead of excelled in europe as well as greater resources to compete with electric car makers that are reshaping the sector the new entity expects to save five point nine billion through combined platforms increase purchasing power supply chain skill and other merger benefits many challenges await. Neither company has much a foothold in the luxury car. Business or china's vast auto market the prior merger of fiat and chrysler also did little to improve the fortunes of alfa romeo and roz herati while psa's purchase of only made the company more reliant on europe. The splashy entrance forced to lantis also comes at a busy time for the automobile industry with gm making a huge electric vehicle. Push and tesla forecast to deliver one million vehicles in two thousand and twenty one.

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State Capitols Nationwide Prepare For Possible Inauguration Violence

All Things Considered

01:48 min | 5 months ago

State Capitols Nationwide Prepare For Possible Inauguration Violence

"Attacks on the U. S. Capitol state capitals throughout the country are preparing for the possibility of violence that might coincide with the inauguration of President elect Joe Biden. Among the state's bracing for who knows what over this next week is Arkansas, where a PSA Hutchinson is governor. He's Republican. He is vice chair of the National Governors Association. And he joins me now, Governor Good to speak with you again. Good to be with you, Mary Louise. Thank you all dive right in with the basic question. How concerned are you about possible unrest there in little rock? You have to be concerned after what everyone saw in our nation's capital last week. I think about our school Children. I think about those that have been in our nation's capital, and it's a horrific sight that will sear in our memory for years to come. And so the first concentration is let's have a successful inauguration in Washington, and we are actually sending 500 of our National Guardsmen to Washington D C to help with the total effort of securing our capital, and I think that's important for governor to participate in in terms of our state capital. I have been in homeland security. I understand threat and threat analysis. Sometimes the intelligence is difficult to ascertain. But in this climate We're taking every precaution were aware of certain rallies that will be conducted in our state Capitol in Little Rock on We have security in place or And in reserve. We've also we have strengthened our physical security of the capital will tell me a little bit more about some of

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Fiat Chrysler and PSA Group Merge With Eyes On the Future

Business Wars Daily

02:35 min | 5 months ago

Fiat Chrysler and PSA Group Merge With Eyes On the Future

"And this business. Wars daily on this thursday january fourteenth. Here's a word you hear a lot in january reset you know out with the old in with a new new year new me okay. I'll stop it with a new year cliche now. But two automakers are taking the opportunity to reset to a new level fiat chrysler and the psa group will officially merge and become still lantis this weekend. It's a move years in the making and it's go well. I survive second catch up now. All carmakers suffered in twenty twenty new car. Sales declined factories were shuttered. An inventory stalled all thanks to covid nineteen but fiat chrysler soon to be one. Half of sta lantis suffered a lot. It's us sales. Were down seventeen percent compared to twenty nineteen and when other automakers saw slight gains in their fourth quarters as the year ended fiat. Chrysler saw more read so beyond brushing off a disappointing year. The newly minted sta lantis has its work cut out for it as it contends with the likes of similarly sized general motors fiat chrysler and psa may eight million vehicles a year combined that gives it a slight edge on gm which sold about seven point seven million cars in two thousand nineteen but gm has something to lantis doesn't significant presence in china while gm sold more than three million cars in china in two thousand nineteen fiat chrysler in psa sold only about a quarter of a million combined. That gap isn't sitting well with psa chief executive carlos taveras who became ceo to lantis. He's made it clear that year in up for the chinese market is one of still antennas. Top priorities device explained. No global car company can afford not to be in the largest car market in the world. And there's another slice of the market that may prove crucial forced to lantis electric vehicles. Fiat chrysler did announce pre merger that they were making an electric pickup truck last year but it was a bit late to the party. Gm ford and of course tesla were already at work on similar models whilst atlantis sets its priorities. Gm says it plans to spend twenty seven billion dollars over the next five years to make electric cars and trucks still. Antennas hasn't

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"psa" Discussed on Los Compas Lounge: a PSA for Brown Men

Los Compas Lounge: a PSA for Brown Men

05:28 min | 5 months ago

"psa" Discussed on Los Compas Lounge: a PSA for Brown Men

"So this episode inspired by john. Laura who suggested that we dig deeper into a season one episode. We're looking at life priorities. So so this goes out to. John mara thank you john. Maura asked us a few questions in terms to dig a little deeper and the one that really stood out was like why do you have to choose your family in france. And how do you do with the backlash of choosing one or the other and we thought we we dig a little deeper into that with this topic and hobby. Yeah so we came up with that the ability to choose who you surround yourself with hoop which family which friend is around with. That's important you know and to why is it important. Well what's important is that you have the ability to choose many people. They they let other people choose for them you know. They're just going about their like you know. They want to coast through life without making decisions. They want other people to make decisions for them. But you know we we were twenty years ago. That's that was all man. You know what. I am the first one to be. You know when you give him to peer pressure and then certain people after a while people start categorizing all your this type of person. You're that type of person and then you start believing. Would other people say about you. Exactly how remember like in high school way back. We were like we're like social being just like regular people we want to belong right. I remember in high school <unk>. I'll be the first one to say. Just like you hubby off by something all the leaders until they follow the neater but the important part is that that that we are the part that we want to share his. We have to recognize that relationships right. How you who you surround yourself with who you choose to build relationships with and julia choose to follow either. You're the follower your leader and unfortunately there's a lot of followers out there. When i was in high school. I remember my dad would tell me the gear on not recognize so for those. That don't know spanish. It's like tell me who you hang out with. And i'll tell you who you are you know and i saw my dad. You know. it's not my friends. It's me you know like i will go out with some friends and come home late or whatever it was i mean yeah i mean it's easy to look back and say like oh man you know i was wrong right there but we live forward. You know so a lot of people during that time like you know. Just go with the flow a lot of times. It's like oh let's do this. Let's do that. Let's do it and they're like this. There's times when when you need to be a follower and they're censoring. You need to be a leader because you're not born leader. I mean li leaders in leadership. Think those are qualities that you learn throughout life <hes> and <hes>. And being a follower you're thinking and you're looking and you're observing you know who you're following you know and what you're learning from them <hes>. And you know when you're in high school in your early twenties. Well you know you're you're still learning <hes>. Still learning about life. You're learning how to reopen and early early early early. Eight seventeen sixteen folks. It's thirty s thing. I mean it's it's it's a process it's alive process you know and <hes>. You know going back to <hes>. To the original question you know. Why is it so hard. I think part of it is it might be are familial background might be our background going up wherever we grew up <hes>. Because there might have been you know certain social normative where we grew up. you know. it's like you're only going to be this. You know you can only aspire to be that or you know what this is what your grandfather did. This is what your father did. So this is what you're gonna do. you know. I think that plays a part in it but once again there's gonna come a point in time when you had to put on the big boy pants and make a decision for yourself because ultimately you're no longer making a decision for yourself. You might be making decision for you and your partner for new and your and your family your kids or your your aging parents or your business you know and i think you know like i said that's a that's a process right there and how do you. How do you go about learning that process. Know we all mentioned you know. And i'm gonna mess him now mean i was. You know i was nowhere near leader. You know in my teens or twenties and i'll admit that because i was still learning. I was fumbling all over the place. Hell into my thirties. I was fumbling all over the place you know and <hes> but <hes> lisa was conscious and aware that and i was aware to know that i'm messing up not really anywhere until later on in life when i said okay you know. Now it's time to really focus

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Choose Your Family Wisely

Los Compas Lounge: a PSA for Brown Men

05:28 min | 5 months ago

Choose Your Family Wisely

"So this episode inspired by john. Laura who suggested that we dig deeper into a season one episode. We're looking at life priorities. So so this goes out to. John mara thank you john. Maura asked us a few questions in terms to dig a little deeper and the one that really stood out was like why do you have to choose your family in france. And how do you do with the backlash of choosing one or the other and we thought we we dig a little deeper into that with this topic and hobby. Yeah so we came up with that the ability to choose who you surround yourself with hoop which family which friend is around with. That's important you know and to why is it important. Well what's important is that you have the ability to choose many people. They they let other people choose for them you know. They're just going about their like you know. They want to coast through life without making decisions. They want other people to make decisions for them. But you know we we were twenty years ago. That's that was all man. You know what. I am the first one to be. You know when you give him to peer pressure and then certain people after a while people start categorizing all your this type of person. You're that type of person and then you start believing. Would other people say about you. Exactly how remember like in high school way back. We were like we're like social being just like regular people we want to belong right. I remember in high school I'll be the first one to say. Just like you hubby off by something all the leaders until they follow the neater but the important part is that that that we are the part that we want to share his. We have to recognize that relationships right. How you who you surround yourself with who you choose to build relationships with and julia choose to follow either. You're the follower your leader and unfortunately there's a lot of followers out there. When i was in high school. I remember my dad would tell me the gear on not recognize so for those. That don't know spanish. It's like tell me who you hang out with. And i'll tell you who you are you know and i saw my dad. You know. it's not my friends. It's me you know like i will go out with some friends and come home late or whatever it was i mean yeah i mean it's easy to look back and say like oh man you know i was wrong right there but we live forward. You know so a lot of people during that time like you know. Just go with the flow a lot of times. It's like oh let's do this. Let's do that. Let's do it and they're like this. There's times when when you need to be a follower and they're censoring. You need to be a leader because you're not born leader. I mean li leaders in leadership. Think those are qualities that you learn throughout life and And being a follower you're thinking and you're looking and you're observing you know who you're following you know and what you're learning from them And you know when you're in high school in your early twenties. Well you know you're you're still learning Still learning about life. You're learning how to reopen and early early early early. Eight seventeen sixteen folks. It's thirty s thing. I mean it's it's it's a process it's alive process you know and You know going back to To the original question you know. Why is it so hard. I think part of it is it might be are familial background might be our background going up wherever we grew up Because there might have been you know certain social normative where we grew up. you know. it's like you're only going to be this. You know you can only aspire to be that or you know what this is what your grandfather did. This is what your father did. So this is what you're gonna do. you know. I think that plays a part in it but once again there's gonna come a point in time when you had to put on the big boy pants and make a decision for yourself because ultimately you're no longer making a decision for yourself. You might be making decision for you and your partner for new and your and your family your kids or your your aging parents or your business you know and i think you know like i said that's a that's a process right there and how do you. How do you go about learning that process. Know we all mentioned you know. And i'm gonna mess him now mean i was. You know i was nowhere near leader. You know in my teens or twenties and i'll admit that because i was still learning. I was fumbling all over the place. Hell into my thirties. I was fumbling all over the place you know and but lisa was conscious and aware that and i was aware to know that i'm messing up not really anywhere until later on in life when i said okay you know. Now it's time to really focus

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"psa" Discussed on CarCast

CarCast

08:45 min | 5 months ago

"psa" Discussed on CarCast

"It's an american cowan company from the fiat chrysler merger years ago and as we expected we we we. All sort of envision some consolidation again another round of consolidation within the industry so fca has been approved now to merge with p. s. with peugeot the parent company peugeot so fca and peugeot could be joining the new company's going to be called longest. Maybe sta lantis alana's so salon is going to be the new company that has ram and dodge and jeep and who's show and an alfa romeo and maserati. They're to they're going to become the fourth largest automotive manufacturer in the world. I think the ranking is volkswagen. Toyota and renault nissan is one company. You would think gm and ford by volkswagen group which courses audi lamborghini porsche. Volkswagen toyota which is just massive. Do car sales toyota and lax and then renault nissan and we know that nissan is doing some restructuring. Sales are down. They're coming out with some cool products. But there's going to be sort of a slimmer more nimble version of the company's still number three on the list and then and then this new stallone tests will be a number four on the list nice and an in psa the company also on citron. And then you know the new company of course is going to have to. They're going to make some cats. You know they're going to have to make some cuts are going to have to do some things so i think what's going to happen and this is kind of interesting. It could end the chrysler brand. You know which is interesting because the chrysler brand is a big part of american history. It's been a long been around for so long but you know we had mercury and mercury is gone now. We've had several other brands. That are that are that are kind of gone now. And i just honestly at this point. I don't even know what chrysler's even doing other than the chrysler three hundred c and the minivan right because there are many vendors always been fairly successful but the current versions get a little long in the tooth. So i don't know that doesn't mean those products go away. I mean the the three hundred. See i can see. We don't need because we have the dodge charger. And it's just one of the other. And i could see the mini van. Just becoming a dodge product right. Just be the dodge caravan or something just sort of their version of it so if they had a product that was really successful and kind of stand alone. That wasn't a shared across either a dodge ram platform or something like that. Then i understand it but when you look at you know some of the other car companies of course the easy one to say is the ford to go. Well you know ford mustangs and ford's guide you know the the suv's but they're trying to do something a little different with the suv's then. Let's say lincoln's brand right but anyway there's a lot of a lot of interesting news. I sort of the scenes things but how does it affect the consumer is is possibly the elimination of the chrysler brand possibly some some consolidation on platforms things that peugeot is doing citron's doing and the abolishing the chrysler brand is much more shocking to hear the the actual inventory. That would go. Yeah you're right because of the history and there's some know there's just a lot of legacy and stuff there and and maybe it offers some collectability for wants. That brand is gone if that really happened. But i can tell you this. Most of the consolidation. That's going to happen. It's going to happen on the european side. I because psa being a european company and fca being largely an italian company. As well as american. I think a lot of the. Let's say the financial integration the overlap where they started to cut the fat. You know say well. What size workforce. How many plants do we have. Do we start to consolidate. Do we take you know. Do we take a platform From from you know alfa romeo and go. Hey this should extend through you know through through dodge vehicles and through peugeot vehicles or whatever some version of that. You know that's where you're going to start to see things happen first and then. Eventually it'll start to trickle down to what's happening in america for for these car so i wouldn't expect chrysler to be cut like right away. I mean they're still building cars inventory. Lots there's startling to hear it is but also you think of like all the tasks involved all the dealers that signed up. You have chrysler i mean. Do they do they just take on other. Do they take on another brand or they just expanded versions of dodge ram jeep or or if they don't have those currently if there's a chrysler dealer that let's say doesn't have jeep. Do they put in the application to go. Well we want something. What are we going to do or or do they take on something else. Like there's been talk about. Having some of those brands like pujo wanting to come here and bring that brand back to chrysler. Dealers become peugeot dealers. Do they become a alfa. Romeo dealer survey. Do they expand for me landscape area and anytime you make a decision like this. There's a lot of voices that need to be heard right. Because the manufacturers the shareholders the dealers association and all those individual dealers. There's a lot of voices to be heard. And i can't imagine that that's going to be easy. That's not easy part for for sure. But anyway i kind of see it as as the potential for for some exciting things. Oftentimes products be can become better when they're shared across multiple brands. If you take a platform a vehicle platform and you're sharing it like take for example. Volkswagen group has The porsche cayenne shared with with volkswagen shared with audi shared with me. You know i think on some level with with bentley with with their battaglia takes standalone platform. But what you get is more development. More engineering money More eyeballs on it more vehicle sold more sort of trial and error on that platform and ultimo. You get all of that feedback hopefully just contributes to you know at the cars that get better the next version of cayenne the next version of of guan or whatever our next version of audi. Q eight a huge. You kidding how. How could lamborghini do the lamborghini. Yes you've if if it wasn't audi platform porsche platform if it wasn't a shared platform. I don't think you'd be able to do it. And i do like the differentiation between lamborghinis crazy looking fast as hell. Suv versus the other ones question. Luke and don't get me wrong. The audi q eight fast version is damn near as fast as the lamborghini but different style completely. Different really kind of a different looked kind of a different customer for sure. So i i dunno. I see it'll be interesting to see how this hell this goes. So the other thing. I wanted to mention was. Did you see this singer singer..

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Shareholders of Fiat Chrysler and PSA Peugeot vote for merger creating world's 4th-largest car maker.

South Florida's First News with Jimmy Cefalo

00:21 sec | 5 months ago

Shareholders of Fiat Chrysler and PSA Peugeot vote for merger creating world's 4th-largest car maker.

"And Peugeot shareholders hold virtual meetings today to vote on the proposed merger of the two automakers. The deal would create the world's fourth largest car company behind Volkswagen, Toyota and Renault. Nissan Two firms see opportunities to cut costs. The impact on jobs and heritage brands is unknown. Carl

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Cuts likely as Fiat Chrysler-PSA tie-up nears approval

NPR News Now

00:35 sec | 5 months ago

Cuts likely as Fiat Chrysler-PSA tie-up nears approval

"Via chrysler and france's. Psa group shareholders tomorrow to vote on a merger that if approved would create the world's fourth largest automaker the new company to be called still. Lantis will be run by. Psa ceo carla's taveras was known for cutting brands and vehicles. That don't make money early. Cost cutting moves will likely be held in europe where psa and fiat chrysler have overlapping factories but cuts are less likely in the united states. Where via chrysler makes big profits on its large trucks and suv's don't sell very well in

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Year In Review 2020

Los Compas Lounge: a PSA for Brown Men

05:08 min | 5 months ago

Year In Review 2020

"Wow you know it's been a whole year. Our first our first year as las compa clowns has has been has been something. Let me tell you something that none of us ever expected would happen all kinds of weird stuff. happened A lot of derailments you know and And i guess you know this is what twenty twenty is you know. But twenty twenty isn't what it is. Twenty twenty is what we make it to be. You know and this episode. You know we'll be you know. We'll be having flashbacks of of this This year twenty twenty you know The good the bad the ugly the raw and the yet to be and you know what composite. It's been a wild ride man. I mean it's you know. It started off pretty tame and then next thing. You know you know We have some civil unrest going on throughout the country. You know black lives matter and then Then kogo nineteen hits and And then all kinds of other stuff has been happening. You know and it's been it's been pretty wild man. I feel like we got jack man. I remember since like the nineteen hundreds. We used to talk. Oh man in the twenty twenty. We're going to get jet packs. Actually they told us that about the year. Two thousand you know thinking of the year two thousand and flying cars and nothing happened. Okay maybe maybe twenty twenty is like you said we're gonna started of well. You know what. I mean started normal one. What normal was a normal level. You know twenty twenty was a nice Has a nice ring to it. You know january first twenty twenty right cool twenty years passed into this new decade of the two thousand and then bam right you go through this whole craziness of the impeachment process with The president and Then that doesn't go anywhere and like you said we've been lives matter. Movement is crazy and then covid nineteen in. That's the part that i at least for me where i was like. Fuck you know I don't want to be apocalypse. But if there were as ambi- apocalypse type of situation. I think a lot of was will be screwed. You know the anti massacres But you know it is what it is you know not to get too political but Twenty twenty has been rollercoaster. Look at us now. You know we're towards the end the twenty twenty and and trying to look back and try to Make a little bit sense out of it and and In what it meant to us and and hopefully what. We're looking forward to for twenty twenty one. I don't think he was a a A roller coaster. I actually think it was like it was like one of those like waterslide that you're going down but a bunch of down all overmanned bumps arrive what you think. It's it's getting a little better. There's like you know bigger bumps and you know. Yeah there's there's no way to enjoy this damn bloom something else on us You know it's just like you know like we've been missing all these global and national events you know but for me you know One the main thing six out to me you know. It's just been a very hard and painful year. You know. I actually you know in my household we call it. The the year of of sage. You know And the reason. I say that is because there's been so many people that we've lost in in in my circles and whatever someone passes away we burn sade for them. You know Or when we find out that friends or family members are ill or near the end. We burn sage for for their for their families. You know and one you know. I had a real close friend of ours. Pass away and then You a month later. Another person passes away and then Good friend of all of ours. His father passed away. You know just a couple of months ago and some of them are code related others or just. You know death happens. You know our our elders or or passing are passing away now man and that's been a big thing for me personally. It's just too. I mean when you think it's it's it's sorta getting okay. Twenty twenty goes in hits us with you know with with another another loved one. Gone down you know. And it's been very painful for in ramiz household

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A Compas Christmas

Los Compas Lounge: a PSA for Brown Men

06:54 min | 6 months ago

A Compas Christmas

"This is known this year. My name is relevant and this is a podcast about brown men talking about issues that matter to you we talk about things that we don't usually talk about in the brown communities we're just three regular compass sharing our experiences to inspire positive chains. Combine pool proceed. We have one ready for you. Welcome back to another episode of las compa sludge in this episode. We're going to be talking about christmas. The christmas traditions with they mean to us and how we celebrate their and how things have changed from when we were literally to now will we hope to pass onto the next generation to. What does christmas to go pass christmases man. I remember it would take for every for christmas to get to arrive. Like i remember my first christmas that i remember i got hey was like a little hammer and pigs that you would just nail through like pat pat and it's like that was one of those things that it was like like. I just remember waking up and like oh this is for you this for you and it was like. I didn't even know what was going on. You know that was the first christmas. I remember after that. I remember when christmas would come. It's like me and my brother's like we always try to wake up as early as we could to try to go under the christmas tree and for us our tradition was dead. We put her a shootout there. We put our shoe by the christmas tree. And then whatever. Santa claus brought for you. It was the your should be on top of it and so then so my parents they got some gifts and then whatever was for me had my shoe wa. I know with my parents but hers mus was was fun. Man has a as a little kid. You know as a little kid until like ronnie eight you know. It was really fun because we were still living in texas and in the desert it snows so we literally have. You know the white christmas island and know we'd have our fake christmas tree from sears. Up you know and Yeah i remember know. I'm the youngest of two. So you know. I was the baby so i would love like antipates. A sort of just didn't like the anticipation. Because i wanted open. I wanted to open up the gifts right there. You know but but you know but it sort of became a game for me and And and it was fun you know with with my mom my father and my brother you know christmas day and our dog On our dog bullet you know opening up the president's Having at the model is and was fun for me was then going over to the us house or My godfather's house. you know. And and continuing the celebration there you know and You know so and and it really wasn't even as a little kid and you really wasn't about the presence of your the presents. Were really good the wrong. The presents were weren't always good but the presence for the presence. But it was just knowing that i was loved. You know And knowing you know that was my family and with my extended family you know with my So you know our our god or godparents and everything you know and seeing the slow you know fall down from the sky or you know already on the ground melts enough to to have snowball fights. Yeah yeah on on certain certain years would you know and We wouldn't my brother. And i would actually build our little stolen. I think my mom took photos of us. You know building are awesome and everything. Yeah yeah so. I mean the really young years was fun man and the la years They were interesting. You know Because you know we you know our economic status you know went downhill. You know so The gift part wasn't wasn't fun anymore. You know but but the family was was was was really beautiful. You know being with my with my name was over here and my elite dan. Yes so here in california you know that was that was beautiful. And then the the tradition of the mollis you know and make you know that became really really big. You know so christmas Was was a beautiful time in you know and a time of family you know i can agree with both of you. That was my most favorite holiday. Probably outside of halloween. Because i like. I used to like dressing up scaring people but as a little kid like you guys said you know. We wake up early in the morning because you want to open up your presence or even sometimes they will let us open up the presence like at midnight. You know so we would try to fight to stay awake. And then when christmas day came we would open them up because as you guys know at least for an our family and most latino mexican families. We celebrate christmas on christmas eve. That's the yeah shabangu. There's christmas eve right and my mom and dad especially my mom's really religious so we they will go hard core mandible sada's and and The singing and and the in a would prey and the rosary and and at the and it was it was beautiful. That's what i grew up with. It was totally awesome. But the the best part of it is being being. The best part was being a little kid. It just enjoying unwrapping the presents waking up early and just remembering that. It was all my cousins because we were the party house. Everybody would go to my mom and she was. She cooked pretty pretty well as you could tell my my wake. She's she got down with. Everybody will come to to my mom's house so our house was the party house. christmas For sure you know my mom would do. The prasada said and we will go to different cousin's house in different help france homes cousin's house to do the posadas with them and you know i didn't like that part of it because then you had to sit down and or get on your way and and i was like dan. Can we just get to the ball. The ball was a little boy. All right the was the little snack bag or money or whatever it would be like. I just wanna i just wanna do that or i want to be played football outside tag or whatever kicked the cat but the cousins. Yeah and it was just beautiful. Because you're innocent. You're a little kid. And you're you're experiencing this and it's awesome

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A Compas Christmas

Los Compas Lounge: a PSA for Brown Men

05:37 min | 6 months ago

A Compas Christmas

"Welcome back to another episode of las compa sludge in this episode. We're going to be talking about christmas. The christmas traditions with they mean to us and how we celebrate their and how things have changed from when we were literally to now will we hope to pass onto the next generation to. What does christmas to go pass christmases man. I remember it would take for every for christmas to get to arrive. Like i remember my first christmas that i remember i got hey was like a little hammer and pigs that you would just nail through like pat pat and it's like that was one of those things that it was like like. I just remember waking up and like oh this is for you this for you and it was like. I didn't even know what was going on. You know that was the first christmas. I remember after that. I remember when christmas would come. It's like me and my brother's like we always try to wake up as early as we could to try to go under the christmas tree and for us our tradition was dead. We put her a shootout there. We put our shoe by the christmas tree. And then whatever. Santa claus brought for you. It was the your should be on top of it and so then so my parents they got some gifts and then whatever was for me had my shoe wa. I know with my parents but hers mus was was fun. Man has a as a little kid. You know as a little kid until like ronnie eight you know. It was really fun because we were still living in texas and in the desert it snows so we literally have. You know the white christmas island and know we'd have our fake christmas tree from sears. Up you know and Yeah i remember know. I'm the youngest of two. So you know. I was the baby so i would love like antipates. A sort of just didn't like the anticipation. Because i wanted open. I wanted to open up the gifts right there. You know but but you know but it sort of became a game for me and And and it was fun you know with with my mom my father and my brother you know christmas day and our dog On our dog bullet you know opening up the president's Having at the model is and was fun for me was then going over to the us house or My godfather's house. you know. And and continuing the celebration there you know and You know so and and it really wasn't even as a little kid and you really wasn't about the presence of your the presents. Were really good the wrong. The presents were weren't always good but the presence for the presence. But it was just knowing that i was loved. You know And knowing you know that was my family and with my extended family you know with my So you know our our god or godparents and everything you know and seeing the slow you know fall down from the sky or you know already on the ground melts enough to to have snowball fights. Yeah yeah on on certain certain years would you know and We wouldn't my brother. And i would actually build our little stolen. I think my mom took photos of us. You know building are awesome and everything. Yeah yeah so. I mean the really young years was fun man and the la years They were interesting. You know Because you know we you know our economic status you know went downhill. You know so The gift part wasn't wasn't fun anymore. You know but but the family was was was was really beautiful. You know being with my with my name was over here and my elite dan. Yes so here in california you know that was that was beautiful. And then the the tradition of the mollis you know and make you know that became really really big. You know so christmas Was was a beautiful time in you know and a time of family you know i can agree with both of you. That was my most favorite holiday. Probably outside of halloween. Because i like. I used to like dressing up scaring people but as a little kid like you guys said you know. We wake up early in the morning because you want to open up your presence or even sometimes they will let us open up the presence like at midnight. You know so we would try to fight to stay awake. And then when christmas day came we would open them up because as you guys know at least for an our family and most latino mexican families. We celebrate christmas on christmas eve. That's the yeah shabangu. There's christmas eve right and my mom and dad especially my mom's really religious so we they will go hard core mandible sada's and and The singing and and the in a would prey and the rosary and and at the and it was it was beautiful. That's what i grew up with. It was totally awesome. But the the best part of it is being being. The best part was being a little kid. It just enjoying unwrapping the presents waking up early and just remembering that. It was all my cousins because we were the party house. Everybody would go to my mom and she was. She cooked pretty pretty well as you could tell my my wake. She's she got down with. Everybody will come to to my mom's house

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Goals: Write it Down, Break it Down!

Los Compas Lounge: a PSA for Brown Men

04:52 min | 6 months ago

Goals: Write it Down, Break it Down!

"You know wanting that That you know the three of were talking. The other day was You know things that Things that we put on the board. You know What we wanted to accomplish this This year you know. And start thinking about goals man and What exactly are goals and do you achieve them. And then we started asking you know maybe not everyone knows what a goal is you know and and you know we're kicking back in the lounge and usa. Hey man this sounds like a topic you know and So that's where we're going to be talking about today is Are twenty twenty goals so compass. John's like a good topic to get into while for me. I like to think about goal as an idea of future result. Sometimes you put a vision out there. You want to see what would be your preferred south. Were look like or preferred result would look like and now is the best way that i learned about goes and believe it or not I didn't know what a goal and objectives. And how to define that nadia to like high school man. I mean not. I'm sorry into college in highschool shit you know it just didn't click but it was a big eye opener for me in college and i had to catch up right. I do think about this. Okay i got out to start writing down stuff. And i'm breaking it out so a goal is for example. You know an idea or a future something you wanna get like if you want to buy a new car or say you want to lose weight right so you say that's glow i wanna lose weight in twenty twenty for example so if you look at that you break it down further those would be your objectives so one of your objectives is to figure out what your exercise routines gonna look like have a plan for that. Another objective can be. How do you cut back on carbs. A third objective is. I want to lose five pounds week one. I want to lose ten pounds week to i to have these different milestones. That's the kind of example that i always like to use is the big goal and in the little steps and again as you were saying you just triggered or you said a word that i was gonna say that about milestones that when you when you have a goal you have to set out Like a path you know and it's good. It's nice sometimes. You have to have realistic. I mean you have to have realistic goal. But it's good to drink too but those are two different two different things. Yes it can be positive negative. Because i always hear my wife sometimes like there's nothing wrong with dreams. You have to shoot for the stars sometimes or have these your trees follow your dreams and it's beautiful dream To have nice things or whatever it may be and then figure out backtrack were work yourself when when sometimes when you're a little kid and somebody had that you amaze your. Here's a start. Here's the end times. It was easier to start at the work your way back. You know shooting. I don't know if you remember cleaned out with mazes not exactly as little kids i mean this vision visualizing stuff is very important and we shouldn't squash our kids dreams right. Had these really big dreams and then as you get older or if you're able to break down those dreams and you have to break it onto like what's the reality realistically can you do. Is this a far fetched dream that you want to be the best piano player but yet you don't wanna put in the time to learn piano then. Hey come on. that's just you know that's just a false dream where aruban. What do you call those kinds of dreams. Well i'm just going on on on dreams. I think dreams are great man. And i think as we get older we lose the magic of of dreaming big men and we get complacent and we. You know ten fifteen twenty years down the road. You're like ban. i'm still working here. You know what happened to my dreams. My aspirations what i was gonna be you know and And we get caught up in the day to day stuff you know and before you know it. One year two years five years ten years gone down. What wh- has gone have gone by. And what happened to your dreams.

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No Speako Espaol

Los Compas Lounge: a PSA for Brown Men

05:26 min | 6 months ago

No Speako Espaol

"To say who has the right. Who has the final say that says atrushi gano a true latina through. Mcconnell is only someone that could speak spanish. You know and i don't think that's right. Man i mean who who who makes up these rules and and should we follow them. I personally think I don't think languages a pre prerequisite for being latino being chicano Being a brown man. What do you guys think well. That's a good topic to jump into because it's so true it's like the level of your of the your command of the spanish language this should not dictate whether or not near brown right so the big question is does speaking spanish. Make you any more brown than the next person. So i grew up speaking spanish. That was my first language you know and then but the other thing is also like with my father you know. I'm not saying that he's right or you know but It's just the way that it was that he's like Kind of he was one of those people that would hate it when a dark person a didn't speak spanish it and he's like i said i will not pollyanna frontier needs to buy new like it. Would it would. It would hurt them. You know like like lexus. Like one time we went to the beach and then after that that there was this this like these chillers. The man talking In english and everything like that. My dad's like like talking smack about him just because he was talking in english you. That was kind of weird like that. You know as it needs needs to get a He said he needs to get the house by like like. I don't know why you would bother him. Her whatever and then the man just to let my dad know that he didn't spanish. He's all like all a let or something like that. You know like the guy told him not even confrontational sort of put them in check in a night. Yeah exactly and so on. My dad's like not need a colonoscopy de niro and so it kinda like silence my dad now you know. Let let like like he. Did you know it was like that was my experience and i mean i'm not a like even when we're at at at the table like my dad. He didn't like me talking to my my siblings and sp in english in by noel. And it's like he always made us talk in in spanish like everything so that was my my experience I mean like. I said it. That's not how i feel. I mean it's like Because as i start as i started speaking more more english my spanish started You know I started seeing things wrong and stuff like that. You know so. Like so. Even when i went to mexico and i saw some of my cousins and they were like i'll say like a word like spanish or i'd say it wrong and then they'd they'd make fun of me. You know like a skit way. I'll go to assist you. Know he you know yes but you're trying to each other on. Who's the better spanish speaker. That's that's what that's what this episodes about. It's like why do we power trip over that stuff. Yeah man you know. That is a really good question. What what is this about. Power trip know or authenticating. You know you know and why you know why. Why is language such a important part of who we are. you know. Like like maya bringing is little bit different My mother is he. Gonna you know she was born in he comb. My father is gone. He was born in texas. But you know but all our families are from different. Parts of michael and i was born on the border town. You know on a border town so we spoke spanish. We can all speak english but we spoke spanish. That's was the star norm. You know especially right. They're living literally on la la frontera in this five miles away from the fence. And i remember it was like a hard core as a little child by man owes a hard corden nasa student. You know like little four year old five year old you know like totally proud of being brown and everything you know and and only wanting to speak spanish men you know and And because my mind english was such an ugly language you know such a detached language. You know there is no cutting no love in there. you know. And it wasn't until. I went to first grade at the americanization process began. I didn't know it at that time. But that's basically what it is you know. The american is ancient process of denying us. The our our right to speaks spanish.

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"psa" Discussed on Los Compas Lounge: a PSA for Brown Men

Los Compas Lounge: a PSA for Brown Men

02:41 min | 7 months ago

"psa" Discussed on Los Compas Lounge: a PSA for Brown Men

"It was like similar to to to you hobby. We organized the football games. Or you know the baseball games or something you know. It was like a tradition with the kids. And as we got older especially with me. I became a fanatic of football. So you know the tradition for me up until you know. My my teens was to basically wake up. I would watch the morning football game which was detroit lions versus. Whoever and the afternoon game was i was a you know i was a cowboy fan in my younger days was the cowboys versus whoever and then we'd have our our thanksgiving Late a laid luntz early dinner and you know and that was that you know and and and it was fun and then you know later on when i became aware you know The history and politicized and everything You know took a different meaning. And like i said i lived. I've been living here in the bay area On and off since Ninety three and when i when i finally made the the final jump to make this make the east bay or the bay area. My home Every year i would go to alcatraz island Because we have a We have an annual event where indigenous peoples from throughout manicas literally from the tip of alaska and canada. All down to the tip of south america. You know folks you know business folks from everywhere come and we have our celebrations you know and we have our offerings and we have our discussions of you know of indigenous peoples. You know and you know for me. It's sort of like you. And and Sorta like rolling and your stated a reunion of sorts. You know. I reconnect with the friends. That i haven't seen elders price in the previous years or sometimes even longer than that and it's a family reunion of sorts and you're like you alluded to or you know you. It's it's it's difficult and you don't want to stay stuck in a negative eating so you know for me. That's that's where. I was in my mid twenties until i beginning until an elder sat me down and then you know he told me you know. When you're you're you're both you.

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"psa" Discussed on Los Compas Lounge: a PSA for Brown Men

Los Compas Lounge: a PSA for Brown Men

06:29 min | 7 months ago

"psa" Discussed on Los Compas Lounge: a PSA for Brown Men

"To announce but pse for brown men we are your host. This is this year my name is relevant and this is a podcast about brown men talking about issues that matter to you we talk about things that we don't usually talk about in the brown communities. We're just three regular kompass sharing our experiences to inspire positive chains combine. We have one ready for you. Welcome back to las campus lounge in today's episode. We're gonna be talking about thanksgiving <hes>. Would it means to us how we how we celebrated growing up and how we celebrate it now and will. We hope to pass onto the next generation. Yeah thanksgiving man. you know. it's had its evolution with me you know and <hes> with <hes> with my partners over the years and <hes>. And my family. You know and thanksgiving. First and foremost is family time <hes>. That's what it is for me as an individual as a family man and with that we can't <hes>. Ignore the historical facts. And maybe some folks don't know the historical facts <hes>. As kids growing up you know we were. We were taught the fantasy that the pilgrims sat down with <hes>. What the native americans and broke bread literally and had a feast. Because the native americans you know helped out the the pilgrims and whatnot otherwise they would have died in the in their first winters in in <hes>. Ekos well that's like. I said that that's actually a a fairytale. The reality is thanksgiving was actually a celebration of the european american the white settlers after they basically slaughtered a group of indians a group of americans and after they did that the after the european american settlers did that they feasted they. They celebrated the kill basically and that became a an annual tradition. You know of celebrating. Celebrating the the coin conquest of a group of native americans and along the way the celebration began to lose its history and it became <hes>. What we call a tradition and a tradition is basically so then that's passed on from generation to generation where you forget the historical origin that is origins of thanksgiving here. In the united states of america is basically the slaughtering in massacring of native americans. That's the real story behind thanksgiving. I know it's it's an ugly truth that people don't want to hear to wanna talk about probably don't even know. But that's the reality you know and for me knowing that it's a mixed feeling for me <hes>. Thanksgiving that's why with myself my family and my circles. We usually don't call thanksgiving. We sometimes just called. Thanks taking <hes>. But now they're boulder. I'm a little mark more gutter baldo on. Just call it family. You know it's <hes>. It's family day. Well that's really. Well put because a growing up. I was fair. That fantasy of we really make costumes in elementary school of the little feather and and a pilgrim hat and we had plays and that was really beautiful. It was it was something <hes>. You know. I believed in as a little kid and then and then <hes>. You grow up and you're coming up as a as a young kid in east. La and your mom and dad first generation. He got knows and they did their part. I think in a from a good place to do some assimilation so to speak and he said okay. Well here in the united states <hes>. We do thank the we or a you know. We do thanksgiving in terms of a turkey and all that but and she knew we loved it right. It was really good and it was a good way to bring in <hes>. Bring us all into the table right. Food brings people together. And that's that's very true for the latino community and and of course he would add flavor to it right. You know don molly s and other traditional foods but in mexico. Yeah you don't celebrate thanksgiving the way the way. It's celebrated here in the united states. But like you ruben. I once i started learning the reality of the origins of thanksgiving it. it's <hes>. i struggled with it as a young man. And now's a older man. I i don't struggle with it as much. I just try to think about what. How do we use this day and for family. You know like you said we've been. How do we use and adopt to this day for family and try to look at the good side of the tradition because after all what does it mean to us now as grown men. We're creating our own traditions for families. We're creating our own celebrations if you will of a holiday a national holiday in how we know like it or not. We're here in the united states and like it or not. We have kids and like it or not. We have to struggle with this kind of stuff and it kinda sucks a little bit because <hes>. You kind of want to tell your kids that the origins but hall soon. And i guess we'll talk about that later put but anyways so for me what it means really is just like you said it's about family. It's about being thankful and not necessarily trying to stir up negative thoughts or feelings about a historical the historical events because then that just pisses me off and puts me in a really bad mood and not want to do that to my family.

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"psa" Discussed on Los Compas Lounge: a PSA for Brown Men

Los Compas Lounge: a PSA for Brown Men

05:47 min | 7 months ago

"psa" Discussed on Los Compas Lounge: a PSA for Brown Men

"For example. Like my father right now. He's i mean he's retired and and so he has a lot of time. You know and so a lot of times. He calls me. And i'm gonna meeting or something like that but i can't get the call and it seems like every time he calls me. He leads me a message like the he uses up the whole the whole time like i. I like to hear him. You know two three minutes. He's he's like having a conversation with my with my answering machine with my voice mail. And and i love talking to my dad you know. And it's like and a lot of times especially after he's had a few drinks he starts repeating the stories like. Oh well let me tell and you knew it and say you know what i heard it. But i'm going to hear him. You know i'm not gonna yeah you told me already you know. Even though i know where the push that is going to be still laugh at it. And i'm not laughing. The sympathy life actually makes me laugh because he's so animated the way he's telling the story that everything and then after that when it gets to the punch line and a laugh you know and sometimes let me like. Sometimes i'll be like like playing on you know monopoly or clue or something with the kids and then my calling i i can't i can't i'm not like with my kids or should talk to my dad. You know i mean so. It's like and so most of the time. I wouldn't interrupt the game. Because anyway if i if i if i take the call them my kids are going to go with their machines or you know the video games or whatever so i go no okay An example that. We're doing family game right now. You know But after that. I just say like man. I hoped say that the kids learn. I hope that the kids learn. Also they like you know a lot of times. You know the elders they just wanna talk to somebody you know and so it's like a get the phone you know and now brown proud. Psa we encourage you to have a conversation with your family about how you plan to care for your parents and remember. It's also about love and emotional support. We beat honored to have you as compa. Please subscribe to our podcast on your favorite listening app..

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"psa" Discussed on Los Compas Lounge: a PSA for Brown Men

Los Compas Lounge: a PSA for Brown Men

01:59 min | 8 months ago

"psa" Discussed on Los Compas Lounge: a PSA for Brown Men

"There you go. He's seeing that to me and obviously I'm the youngest of three and he's the older brothers I'm looking I literally look up to him and I look up to him figuratively and I'm like. Okay so that's looking back. It's like it in a squash it, but it was just like. Fuck. It's this I remember him having these books about four Trans and all these these languages and I'm just thinking to myself. Looks like something I. Don't more. Boring and. He's doing it at and. It was a little discouraging and. I. It feels bad like I know I know what you're saying because I mean you know because he he's like he's older brother. So obviously, he's older than you. Yeah. You know this stuff is for the big boys I'm not a big Fan. There you go. Who Am I to say that I want to ask John. I'm sure he didn't mean it to discourage. Hockey. But looking at it at school and just get big boys doing it like my interest was quite they're doing stuff. That's kitty stuff that. What you're yeah, exactly. Yeah. So it only became interestingly became grew as obviously when college you know and I got my brother's hand me down of computer little. That little one. I remember it used to have a computer back to make us flyers. Yeah, exactly. Yeah. So so my only biggest interest funniest it became creative creativity. So but graphics part affects parts of it or mixing music or whatever right or whatever it is. It's the creative part of it but not the programming I I don't know what the Heck I'm doing. And now he brown and proud PSA. Stem stands for science technology engineering and mathematics report found that stem related jobs in computers math are projected to grow by twelve point seven percent by twenty twenty, eight Latinos. Hispanics. Are the biggest minorities in the US, but we are underrepresented in stem related jobs..

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"psa" Discussed on Los Compas Lounge: a PSA for Brown Men

Los Compas Lounge: a PSA for Brown Men

05:40 min | 9 months ago

"psa" Discussed on Los Compas Lounge: a PSA for Brown Men

"Being cousins you know that's what I call my generation. Might you know the cousins we just? We lost it in. You know we lost it and you know and And we know how to deal with it and we didn't know what to do. You know what I mean. At the funeral. We did what you're supposed to do, which is why I don't know what I was supposed to do is I'm just GonNa be quiet I'm not gonNA make an asset of myself. I'm not gonNA fuck things up just GonNa stay quiet and just going to put my head down. And cry but no one's GonNa. See me cry. You know literally all of us did that. You know and once the. You know the the funeral commenced to you know and we. Your Mom's you know. Went. Together, you know So there was three. Might my tooth Ese Mama you know the? They went they went together and did their did their thing And basically sort of left left the dozens you know to ourselves. Well, fuck what the fuck are we gonNA. Do you know that we did the only thing? We did the only thing that that know Twenty five year old men. Do you know what I mean? We went to liquor store. We got Chingoka or fucking beer and liquor. We. went to my cousin my cousin admins place. and. Started drinking dude started. Drinking. And and when you will we were doing, but we couldn't we couldn't say we couldn't verbalize it. You know we knew what we were doing. We we decided drinking drinking in you know. And then finally I had to say something so I said you know. I love my answer. And then boom everybody started crying and everyone started crying all basically. It was almost like. It was like a seance almost dude I mean we're all. Saying I will eat I'll eat up boom and we drank required more drag more more and yeah as always who when the cousins get together teaching hospitals broke out. I don't even know why. But yet we note new why? Because I remember your family parties I remember you vitamin to your family parties. And the thing is. The reason we drink. And the reason we fought. Is because we know any other way. We need know any other way to to express our emotions and express our feelings except that we were angry we do want to be said it's better to be angry than to be sad and we were like. Crying as fucking hit each other man. And we're crying crying and..

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"psa" Discussed on The big d zone

The big d zone

04:13 min | 9 months ago

"psa" Discussed on The big d zone

"Okay This is a prestige wound what a very hard day at the finding out that carnival sold my very first ship that I ever been on with just the Carnival mad donation and then more stuff going around. Male and everything and have those emailed indeed. And then finding out that I had to do -plication just because I've been in member four. Yawn. Then, out of the clear blue sky and thank anchor I had been asked to do three days for the upcoming election and I while. and. One of them is the one of the big dog is democracy now and I was like. Wow don't those one of the big dogs when it comes to the election I mean there was two others that are I haven't heard of yet but I mean follow the email and Kinda shocked those like back to back to back. So Yeah let me see if I can find it. And does email allow me My intimate has been going to screw illegally. Let's see one of them? if I could just yeah. Wonderful and I never heard this one before Yan. SOM- looking at the website that I'll have to say the name when I do it but I was hoping now even use one. For each one because it's almost like the same thing to get people out to the polls or they want to mail in their ballots or to the absentee ballot. Even. Even a scam post offices. And people know be ready when they do mel imbalance but Yeah. district Ciardi from ocean or PSA Yeah. One was like democracy. Now, another one was ballot ready and. The third one what's headcount? Yeah. That's the one dollars democracy. So it was democracy worse yeah. Not, democracy now democracy works I'm sorry democracy words headcount and also ballot ready though I like to thank those three and welcome to the citizenship ability country for d twenty, twenty election Soon as I calmed down I will be doing I won't be corning one of the first of the three three. That I'll be using and then I'll probably using one for all three at the same time. Doesn't give me any specific distortion to what the on one of them but I'll town the name of the website on each one, and then when I do the one for all three, I'll tell the website or or just sending website in the marquee. So you could go to the website but yeah, I've been asked to do A. Three PSA heartbreak of a day. Though Thank you. Wow. Democracy worst and Hey callum and valid ready I mean. One I know I to recognize what democracy vote or worse because I heard a lot about doing different Every time that there is an election fell. Wow I mean I want to thank you for theme the value even if the PSA I wanNA thank you for being of value of the big deep down even when I do my rant then everything my comedy and everything like that I wanNA. Thank you. Because I really really been having time not only. You know even before I moved to a brand new second palace. All welcome to the country Welcome to those praying new PSA sponsor and I will start it definitely are now but we'll be this week not since icon now though. Thank you very much..

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"psa" Discussed on Los Compas Lounge: a PSA for Brown Men

Los Compas Lounge: a PSA for Brown Men

05:36 min | 9 months ago

"psa" Discussed on Los Compas Lounge: a PSA for Brown Men

"You know that's why I say freedom. You know it gives it gives you the flexibility you know and it's like well, you know. It's it's my happiness. You know it's my happiness you know your Your number two is freedom. Your number two role is is happiness. Pretty much the same for me you know for number three is called freedom. And now a brown and proud PSA, we want to encourage you to think about what's important in your life and then right down. You must be able to visualize it. To really make. Sure to continue the conversation online. At Bus Lounge DOT, com Happiness Ruben you said freedom and. Harmony. In A and it's like I was told my kids like. Come on kids wet to live in harmony. You know let's let's be in harmony. You know. Like I mean kids are kids I used if I were my brothers all the time I know that they're going to be fighting in is just part of growing up you know but I was emphasized how much that we have to be in harmony and it's So in the mornings I take them for walks sometimes a whoever's awake taking for walk with me. And I go. Look. This is the symphony of nature you know you hear the birds. And The, win narrating and it to me that's like it's beautiful like I love walking early in the morning when it's wet. The. least amount of human interaction you know it's like no cars no. Every. So often sometimes, I'm like this or even go to the munches out. And then a pass in ruins the moment you know. you know. Helicopters. Met. I love when my morning walks. Sometimes, in take my kids I go. Oh, let's see how many people could say to say good morning or how many how many people could get to smile. So we're walking and it's easier when I have my daughter with me. Later. Good Morning Good morning as the like that like the other people like that sometimes like the. But even when I go alone also how many people I could say could get to say good morning or learn to put a smile on their face. But like for me, it's like harmony lake. If we start harmony at home it we could extend it and I. Just think that global harmony could bring global peace and I mean. Might be hippyish or something like that. You know you my kid what am I. Beheld were you when you became a Hippie what are you talking about? What you're always talking about harmony and. He's I used to have long hair you. But he.

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"psa" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:22 min | 1 year ago

"psa" Discussed on 710 WOR

"York eight years he's had a turf and turf is like roto rooter clean out of the prostate so the surgeon does urologist did a roto rooter on him he never had a biopsy was never checked he was told since you have the roto rooter the prostate that he said tainting his **** he says that when he has direction since the rotor rooters **** curved Inspiron news disease so he's got the curved **** during erections his pain so he didn't get any benefit from the rotor rooter of the turf to transurethral resection of the prostate is weighs a hundred and eighty pounds is five foot six and he comes to me because he wants to get some information he wants to know what's going on he's been seen by urologist for eight years and he came to me and got a PSA and check them out and found a large prostate number one number two is PSA is high four point nine normal PSA is only up to four shows PSA is high India's symptoms and he has cancer we arrange for a biopsy of painless easy simple biopsy of his prostate and this is a man has been going to urologist for eight years else really did surgery and he was left with a deformed **** and pain without surgery and yet he was never a value added for prostate cancer in eight years even though he was going to a specialist and I can tell you so often so I'm going to a specialist everything must be okay well not necessarily not necessarily was going to a specialist who's doing things to him and procedures to M. and surgeries to him but they never diagnose the prostate cancer which we found immediately when he came here at a high PSA we offer them a biopsy at a painless biopsy is cancer he wants to be treated he wants to be treated because he wants that cancer to go is only fifty seven years old he's got six children is got married she's got a wife he wants to live in this is the work that we do every day and with his numbers with his PSA Gleason score PSA is what the blood test shows Gleason scores with the biopsy shows with his PSA Gleason.

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"psa" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

04:42 min | 1 year ago

"psa" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"It's time to get down but only after dropping a PSA where he employs everybody else to stay down I think that sax I know that sex is the undefeated undisputed heavyweight champion of the world bought you better make up a new belt for aid if dopes like how Walker are allegedly hiring sex workers during a pandemic especially after telling everybody else to stay indoors and stay safe that is an incredible move even more incredible when you consider that a few hours after the women allegedly left he was back to telling everybody they should stay at home yeah everybody I guess except for the sex workers down to bring into my home and just so we're clear Walker is not some anonymous scrub the nobody's heard of he plays for man city he's got forty eight caps for England he has one point five two million followers on Twitter one point seven million Instagram he is very well known he's very recognizable one of the women spoke to the sun and said quote I work for an agency in Manchester I got a message from my boss saying a high profile client was looking for somebody classy and right because nothing says classy like hiring a sex worker during a lockdown inspired by a global pandemic deaths you pay me a class with a class set up K. and if you thought that hiring a Paris sex workers during a time of social distancing was a dumb move hold on but get even dumber the woman continued to explain quote I got a cab from Manchester to the address a driver picks me up outside the gates of his apartment then his friend came out and met me there was another girl in the car to end quote she says the Walker tried to conceal his identity by calling himself hi right good call I know it's gonna crack that code hi your name is title and the best covered I mean you can come up with this guy you contact an agency looking for some company and they say somebody will be on their way you're obviously really jonesing for some sex so when but the same time you don't get caught you get exposed is the famous moron who hired sex workers for a sex party well in a lock down after you dropped a PSA saying everybody stay down so you've got to come up with a plan to keep dry Danity secret you have all the time in the world to come up with your cover story and a fake name when you come up with hi your name is tie all you came up with hi even Holyfield going by Evian fields thanks to a tie is a horrible alias your name is Kyle your name is tile hi is not an alias it's just not saying at the end of your name that be like me saying my name is Jeff and thinking wait when people say wait are you Jim Rome now I'm Jeff it's got a rock bottom right there's no way you can be any dumber than being a high profile public figure in hiring a sex worker during a lock down and then giving yourself the worst fake name ever right yes you could you could sink even lower you can allow yourself to be photographed by one of the women in your place shirtless and counting money this moron actually is inventing new ways to be an idiot you got to rock bottom and they kept right on drilling to make sure he could get even lower or even dumber check this out call for a sex worker during a global pandemic lockdown Jack was thick that fake name ever checked photograph shirtless counting money Jack at that point when I just stroking the Jack make sure you sign with your actual name to that way there's a paper trail hi now some get busy a guy you're lucky I'm out of time guy I'm not done with you too many snacks just not agreeing with you don't worry Pepto Bismol has you covered with Pepto Bismol liquicaps they're just as effective as liquid so take the very first sign of trouble enjoy worry free use as directed keep out of reach of kids finished with you tomorrow because I got a great day thank the listing I'm Jim Rome we are out don't forget to stay open when.

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"psa" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

04:35 min | 1 year ago

"psa" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Possibility of cancer and also follow the treated prostate cancer this friends had a PSA that was parked along and one one point six one point one for years and all of a sudden the jumps to two and then all of a sudden jumps to four point seven and you could say wild because from one to two to four point seven got a PSA velocity it's gone up almost five hundred percent and yet nothing was done and then another year passed and no one up to ten point four so how could someone let this possibility actuality happened without taking action this man's obviously a thoughtful man is obviously caring about himself he comes from quite a distance of many of our patients come from quite a distance to get a fresh second opinion was because he's gone from one one point one up to ten point fourth ten fold a thousand percent and nothing's been done and well of course I saw him and I met with him and I met with his wife and this is a man who has gone from a two hundred forty pounds up to twenty pounds he's five feet ten he's working he has active business most of a man and his family have died of heart attacks or COPD is lot of smoking in this family but this is not a smoking disease pressed is not a smoking disease and that PSA ten we know that more than thirty five percent chance of having cancer and with a high PSA velocity it's even higher and I asked him look you want to know if you have cancer do you want to be treated if you have cancer if you want to know you have cancer and you want to be treated you want to try to be cured then you should have a biopsy as soon as possible and really there could have been a biopsy year of two ago when his PSA started rising you don't have to have a PSA more than four to have a biopsy of a patient right now because they went from less than one to one to two to three to three and a half its PSA velocities tripled and I would advise a biopsy if he wants to know if he has cancer and we have one of the the men on our video tape if you call and get our DVD about prostate cancer you'll hear Ralph talking about how he diagnosed himself his doctor told him he was fine with his PSA hit three and a half but the fact is that doctor my PS is been going up from one to two to three to three and a half in a short period of time I'm worried about it and the patient diagnosed himself and then when I was diagnosed with cancer the surgery went through surgery he said no I don't want surgery I don't want to be left impotent content I want to go to doctor Lieberman I treated him fifteen years ago and you can learn his whole story if you call our office our office now even now if you want and get our prostate book with the DVD which is so helpful and talks about different kinds of treatment and interviews are patients and gives you a lot of information get our booklet and DVD which is very useful for men and women who want to know about prostate cancer and I can assure you it's not only men but women I also want to know because they care about their husband they care about their boyfriend they care about their intimate relations they care about the quality of life everyone cares that's what we're trying to provide the best possible treatment and if you hear us talk and we talk about one two three four for prostate cancer one two three four one is to get the best chance to be cancer free to is to avoid radical in robotic surgery which is so harmful to so many men the number three is to keep the sexual life which is so commonly destroyed with opener robotic surgery in number for us to keep the urinary life which is so commonly destroyed with opener robotic surgery so if you have a prostate cancer issue think about one two three four and why we're talking about one to three for the time easy to come to the conclusion about getting the best possible treatment for prostate cancer my name is Dr Lieberman real doctor and on the radio you often hear lots of people talk talk talk talk talk talking about all kinds of things and giving advice but you don't really have their background how do I tell you in summary I was born and raised in Waterloo Iowa a small town in the Midwest I went to public school I went to university I went to medical school university cut M. D. real doctored age twenty five after medical school went on to the university.

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"psa" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

04:28 min | 1 year ago

"psa" Discussed on 710 WOR

"The possibility of cancer and also follow the treated prostate cancer this friends had a PSA that was parked along and one one point six one point one for years and all of a sudden the jumps to two and then all of a sudden jumps to four point seven and you could say wild because from one to two to four point seven it's got a PSA velocity it's gone up almost five hundred percent and yet nothing was done and then another year passed and no one up to ten point four so how could someone let this possibility actuality happened without taking action this man's obviously a thoughtful man is obviously caring about himself he comes from quite a distance of many of our patients come from quite a distance to get a fresh second opinion was Pisces gone from one one point one up to ten point fourth ten fold a thousand percent and nothing's been done and twelve course I saw him and I met with him and I met with his wife and this is a man who has gone from a two hundred forty pounds up to twenty pounds he's five feet ten he's working he is active business most of the man and his family have died of heart attacks or COPD is a lot of smoking in this family but this is not a smoking disease prostate is not a smoking disease and that PSA ten we know that more than thirty five percent chance of having cancer and with a high PSA velocity it's even higher and I asked him look you want to know if you have cancer do you want to be treated if you have cancer if you want to know you have cancer and you want to be treated you want to try to be cured then you should have a biopsy as soon as possible and really could have been a biopsy year two ago when his PSA started rising you don't have to have a PSA more than four to have a biopsy of a patient right now is they went from less than one to one to two to three to three and a half its PSA velocities tripled and I would advise a biopsy if he wants to know if he has cancer and we have one of the the men on our video tape if you call and get a DVD about prostate cancer you'll hear Ralph talking about how he diagnosed himself his doctor told him he was fine with his PSA hit three and a half but the fact is that doctor my PS is been going up from one to two to three to three and a half as short of time I'm worried about it and the patient diagnosed himself and then when I was diagnosed with cancer the surgery went through surgery he said no I don't want surgery I don't want to be left impotent con and I want to go to doctor Lieberman I treated him fifteen years ago and you can learn his whole story if you call our office our office now even now if you want and get our prostate book with a DVD which is so helpful and talks about different kinds of treatment and interviews are patients and gives you a lot of information get our booklet and DVD which is very useful for men and women who want to know about prostate cancer I can assure you it's not only men but women I also want to know because they care about their husband they care about their boyfriend they care about their intimate relations they care about the quality of life everyone cares that's what we're trying to provide the best possible treatment and if you hear us talk and we talk about one two three four for prostate cancer one two three four one is to get the best chance to be cancer free to is to avoid radical robotic surgery which is so harmful to so many men the number three is to keep the sexual life which is so commonly destroyed with opener robotic surgery in number for us to keep the urinary life which is so commonly destroyed with opener robotic surgery so if you have a prostate cancer issue think about one two three four and why we're talking about one to three for the time easy to come to the conclusion about getting the best possible treatment for prostate cancer my name is Dr Lieberman real doctor and on the radio you often hear lots of people talk talk talk talk talk talking about all kinds of things giving advice but you don't really have their background how do I tell you in summary I was born and raised in Waterloo Iowa a small town in the Midwest I went to public school I went to university I went to medical.

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"psa" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

04:28 min | 1 year ago

"psa" Discussed on 710 WOR

"The possibility of cancer and also follow the treated prostate cancer this friends had a PSA that was parked along and one one point six one point one for years and all of a sudden the jumps to to and then all of a sudden jumps to four point seven and you could say wild because from one to two to four point seven got a PSA velocity it's gone up almost five hundred percent and yet nothing was done and then another year passed and no one up to ten point four so how could someone let this possibility actuality happen without taking action this man's obviously a thoughtful man is obviously caring about himself he comes from quite a distance of many of our patients come from quite a distance to get a fresh second opinion well his PSA's gone from one one point one up to ten point force ten fold a thousand percent and nothing's been done and twelve course I saw him I met with him and I met with his wife and this is a man who has gone from two hundred forty pounds of two or twenty pounds he's five feet ten he's working he is active business most of the men in this family died of heart attacks or COPD is a lot of smoking in this family but this is not a smoking disease pressed is not a smoking disease and the PSA ten we know that more than thirty five percent chance of having cancer and with a high PSA velocity it's even higher and I asked him look you want to know if you have cancer do you want to be treated if you have cancer if you want to know you have cancer and you want to be treated you want to try to be cured then you should have a biopsy as soon as possible and really there could have been a biopsy year two ago when his PSA's started rising you don't have to have a PSA more than four to have a biopsy of a patient right now is a one from less than one to one to two to three to three and a half it's PSA velocities tripled and I would advise the biopsy if he wants to know if he has cancer and we have one of the the men on our video tape if you call and get our DVD about prostate cancer you'll hear Ralph talking about how he diagnosed himself is doctor told me was finding his PSA hit three and a half but the fact is that doctor my PS is been going up from one to two to three to three and a half as short of time I'm worried about it and the patient diagnosed himself and then when I was diagnosed with cancer the surgeon one do surgery he said no I don't want surgery and I want to be left impertinent con and I want to go to doctor Lederman I treated him fifteen years ago and you can learn his whole story if you call our office our office now even now if you want and get our press the book with the DVD which is so helpful and talks about different kinds of treatment and interviews are patients and gives you a lot of information get our book with a D. V. D. which is very useful for men and women who want to know about prostate cancer and I can assure you it subtly man the women I also want to know because they care about their husband they care about their boyfriend they care about their intimate relations they care about the quality of life everyone cares that's what we're trying to provide the best possible treatment and if you hear us talk and we talk about one two three four for prostate cancer one two three four one is to get the best chance to be cancer free to is to avoid radical robotic surgery which is so harmful to so many men the number three is to keep the sexual life which is so commonly destroyed with opener robotic surgery in number for us to keep the urinary life which is so commonly destroyed with open a robotic surgery so if you have a prostate cancer issue think about one two three four and why we're talking about one two three four the time easy to come to the conclusion about getting the best possible treatment for prostate cancer my name is doctor Lieberman real doctor and on the radio you often hear lots of people talk talk talk talk talk talk about all kinds of things giving advice but you don't really have their background how do I tell you in summary I was born and raised in Waterloo wire was small town in the Midwest I went to public school I went to university I went to medical school.

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"psa" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"psa" Discussed on 710 WOR

"A couple days ago while I waved on for almost five years now sixty seven year old bear these marriages three children came with his wife and yeah the prostate cancer at a very aggressive prostate cancer get a PSA PSAs prostatic specific antigen it's a blood test which most men know about and they want to gather many men come here together get checked out for prostate cancer and of course you're welcome to come here and get a check of brothers the man or woman whatever man woman or child you're welcome just give us a call two one two choices and make a date well this man had a PSA that went from one to four to ten all within a short period time well that's PSA velocities of PSA went up ten fold it's a thousand percent any of the first biopsy of his life which also showed a very aggressive cancers and aggressive rise in this PSA and aggressive cancer the microscope Gleason nine and multiple cores for positive he had a cat scan and bone scam they were all negative yet some blood when he had the **** I went away his weight is under ninety six pounds he's five foot ten and he came to me seen by a surgeon who won new surgery on him while had he had surgery there's some almost minuscule chance of success surgery for a Gleason nine the successor it's about twenty percent it's tiny success rate with surgery to remove the prostate either open surgery robotic surgery it's tiny compared to us and.

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"psa" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Talks

Mayo Clinic Talks

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"psa" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Talks

"Let's talk a little bit about the problems with the PSA specificity. I had a patient last summer who's who had had several PSA's done in the past usually been around one point zero in this year's came back over twenty and I suspected there was something unusual nut specifically prostate cancer. But on further questioning turns on just went on a five day bike trip, and when we checked him after voiding his bicycle it went right back down to normal. What are some other reasons? PSA can go up unrelated prostate cancer. You're exactly right PS day does have its limitations. Then there's other reasons that the PSA can be elevated one thing BPH can cause Novick PSA bigger prostates produce more PSA, inflammation infections such as prostitites it and causing increased PSA urinate tract infection can cause increased PSA prostate biopsies or any prostate surgery. Or if the urinary tract has been instrumented either with a fully catheter anything else will cause an increase in PSA, generally as we age PSA increases as well and not to get too far into the weeds. But there's certain imaging they can cause both elevations the PSA such as with the process and Gan other thing, and you can see temporary small rises the PSA with recent Jackie Latian rigorous digital rectal exam by clean hepatitis. And 'cause increase in PSA, and there's also factors that can. Reduce PSA artificially e- crease value which should be considered such as by Alfred duct tape hitter medications that can do the PSA by fifty percent.

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